How iPads Can Help Children With Autism

Technology has enhanced the communication and learning processes for children all over the world. With the innovation of the iPad, autistic children now have greater opportunities to effectively improve their behavior and develop their skills, too. This is mostly because iPads offer greater portability and flexibility than traditional computers and laptops and they come with…

5 Impactful Ways the iPad Has Changed Teaching

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…

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…

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…

iPad Not Showing up in iTunes? Here’s How to Fix It!

Last time, I wrote a post on how to find the “Summary” tab in iTunes. The solution was actually very simple: Just click your iPad icon located on the top left of the app. You'll see the tab immediately, and then you can sync files or backup your device data. Today, I encountered another issue….

ATech iPad Case with Pencil Holder

Featured here is an excellent full coverage iPad case for both the 9.7 inch and 12.9 inch iPad Pro. ATech is an up and coming American company from San Francisco that not only makes cases, but also other accessories such as battery power banks, usb-c hubs, and Bluetooth headphones.   I have used the grey…

Use Quizlet to Play Bingo in your Classes!

Quizlet has become a great teaching tool that I have used for the past few years. I wrote this post a little while ago about easily adding images to Quizlet sets. For younger students, I have found a fun and easy way to use Quizlet flashcards plus a bingo tool for fun and effective review…

6 Creative Ways to Use the new Jumble Feature on Kahoot

Many of you are already playing Kahoot, a wildly popular assessment game using any device plus a projector in your classroom. I wrote this post two (!) years ago about how all students would love Kahoot. There are now over 13.9 MILLION public Kahoots created! Very recently, the makers of Kahoot have recently come up…