-Integrating iPads into your curriculum-
::Enhancing 21st Century Learning- Plymouth Regional High School::
1. Flipped Classrooms
Take advantage of teachable moments by changing the dynamics and enhancing independent learning in your classroom! Encourage students to share their favorite educational apps and presentation tools with the class or entice them to investigate new relevant apps and share their pros and cons!
Utilizing iPads can instantly start engaging collaboration within your classroom! Assign group projects such as producing pod casts and videos, utilizing collaboration tools or creating digital presentations! The use of the iPad will give your students instant access to materials and resources and keep their group work flowing.
3. Technology as a Transformative Tool
Develop strategies to improve your students academic achievement by incorporating iPads into your daily teaching techniques as a supportive tool. Incorporate tools such as Padlet to teach a collaborative lesson, launch a discussion forum or create lessons utilizing the iPads that challenge your students by incorporating problem solving and reflection.
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iPad Tips and Tricks:
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iPad in Education:
Best Practices for Technology in High Schools
iPads in the Classroom: Amazing Apps for Educators:
High School iPad Apps
A virtual whiteboard for helping students with challenging concepts. You can write on your iPad using your finger or stylus and audio record your voice, and immediately play back a tutorial!
All of the Common Core State Standards are at your fingertips on this easy to use app with search capabilities. Includes math and language arts standards for K–12.
Create and save your own flashcards for any subject area or use any of the sets that others have created. Students can create cards to help them study for upcoming tests and quizzes.
PRHS, share your iPad success stories and classroom best practices!
The PRHS community would love to hear how you are integrating iPads into your curriculum! Share your ideas, favorite apps and best classroom collaboration stories by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org and have your stories shared in our new monthly technology news letter!