There’s no arguing that iPads have permeated their way through most streams of education. These amazing devices are becoming more evident in all areas of lives, both for fun and … Continue reading
Introduction The iPad was first introduced almost exactly five years ago (February, 2010). Has time ever flown by! I remember the first impressions were mostly somewhat negative, and people wondered … Continue reading
Kahoot is a educational tool that your students will love. It is not an “app” per se, however you can use basically any tablet or device or computer that is … Continue reading
Happy Holidays! This past month, I have reached over 500,000 views for teachingwithipad.org! Thank you so much for being a loyal reader! This could not have been predicted when I … Continue reading
My colleague and good friend Matt Przybylski and I love discussing Apple products. He has had the iPhone 6 plus since day 1 (almost 3 months ago!). I have had it for just over three weeks. We wanted to take the opportunity to share why we think the 6 plus is the better phone. Here are some reasons why, if you are debating which iPhone to get next, the iPhone 6 Plus should be the one you get.
Fun at the ballpark is a unique app for kids who love baseball. There are lots of fun math questions and activities that can be done either at the game … Continue reading
In iOS8 and OS Yosemite, Apple introduced a new feature which allows you to answer phone calls on your iPad and your MacBook. While this is a cool feature, I … Continue reading
@DetroitBORG @sly111 my high school gave us iPads instead of books and it was the worst decision ever, horrible idea — Nick Boone (@2050TGOD) November 22, 2014 @sly111 not very … Continue reading