How To Use Your iPad Efficiently for Planning A Better University Life

Image from pixabay.com   There are so many things considered essential for university life nowadays, and an iPad is considered one of them by many students. iPads in the classroom are a common sight being used by both students and teachers to keep themselves up to date. But how does your iPad help you to plan a better university Life? Here are a few tips on how to…

4 Technologies We Wish to See Perfected in 2019

There are fascinating new tech revolutions every year. Some win our hearts, while others don’t make any impression. With that being said, following we are going to name four technologies they wished were perfected before 2019. All we can do now is hope that this new year will improve on them.  1. Self-Driving Cars When the concept of self-driving…

App #55: Extempore – A Language Teacher’s Most Important Tool!

As a language educator, it is my goal for my students to be able to speak spontaneously in the target language. Every language teacher knows the challenge of getting all students to speak authentically in class. Here is an excellent tool that all foreign language teachers will love to have. Extempore is a service designed…

Since the release of Apple’s iPad, there’s been an ongoing debate about whether or not the device should be used in schools to teach kids. Both sides of the argument were explored on The Verge, with one teacher stating that the iPad has helped him save time in grading, returning papers, and printing lesson documents. While…

How A Smartwatch Can Help You In Your Everyday Teaching

  With their versatility as an educational device, it is no wonder that iPads have become a staple piece of technology in many classrooms around the world. The affordability, endless functionality, and features, along with the growing number of educational apps on offer make the iPad a great textbook replacement. However, there’s always room for…

Differentiated Instruction: Strategies for Teachers

It’s a familiar scene in classrooms across the country. A teacher has a class of thirty students and needs to teach a lesson about a new concept, like long division or prepositional phrases. Some students will take to the concept easily; others will struggle. How should the teacher structure the lesson so the greatest number…

Review: Affordable Leather Cases for iPhone and iPad from Jisoncase+

Featured this week on teachingwithipad.org is the premium leather goods company Jisoncase. This is a company founded in 2001 that creates affordable leather cases for iPhones and iPads. If you want the premium feel but not at an astronomical cost, Jisoncase is your best bet. Your Apple devices will be very well protected with these…

How Augmented Reality with iPads is Changing the Classroom

Kids today have more resources at their fingertips than ever before. Raised in the digital era, most children have traded outside playtime for iPads and other mobile devices for communication and entertainment. Today’s students are the first to grow up amidst such aggressive advancements in mobile technology, and in order to be smart communicators, educators…

Easily Save YouTube Videos for Offline Use!

With iOS 12, there is a new Shortcuts app from Apple. This app may seem a little daunting and confusing at first, but once you play around with it, it can prove to become  very useful. I have discovered a very valuable tool that all teachers (or anybody) can use to download and save videos…

5 Online Math Resources You Can Use On iPad in Your Classroom

Who doesn’t have a tech device or gadget these days? Even the most traditional systems and lifestyles have all been influenced, if not fully changed, by technology. In the classroom, teaching mathematics is now possible through the iPad, thanks to available online math resources – some of which we will share with you today. Teaching…

Effective Foreign Language Apps

Have you ever wondered how many foreign languages can you learn with iPad? Master languages with iPad It’s no wonder that nowadays you don’t need any specially devoted time to learn a new language. With mobile technologies, languages can be learned while riding in a bus, traveling, working, in other words – in a few…