Technology has gone a long way in all spheres, even in education. Now, teaching and preparation for teaching can be done in a much easier way than before. Thanks to the iPad, teachers will have a fabulous new opportunity to use the different apps to create their study material in a marvelous way. Want to know how? Here are a few of my favorites:
The Teacher’s iPad Spectrum
First, check out the popular iPad Spectrum for Teachers by Edudemic (embedded below)
Even More Goodies
GOOGLE EARTH – This will help you to visualize the process of emergence of motifs or themes from some geographical regions. You can infer the causal relation which can have a significant contribution in that emergence. This is how this app can help the teachers.
WUNDERLIST AND INSTAGRAM – With Wunderlist you can plan the required project details and have some visual evidence of the event, issue or problem with the help of Instagram. Your entire presentation becomes a wonderful educational material with the collaboration of the two tools.
PREZI – With this app, you get the opportunity to view presentations which can provide you intricate multi-media ideas. Won’t this help you with your learning process?
TWITTER – This is not only a social networking site, you can find many useful elements for your teaching. There are experts and mentors on various subject with whom you can get in touch and acquire expert knowledge on any subject under the sun.
GOOGLE MAPS – Using this app, you can spread the philosophical idea across.
iCAL – Using the calendar of the internet you can very well plan for your future projects and relate to the due dates of different events.
STORIFY – This is a wonderful application with the help of which you can blog your academic event so that it is known to the others as well.
AUDIOBOO – This feature enables you to make podcasts so that you can communicate with the parents if your students regarding learning targets, examination and examination dates and projects.
CAPTURENOTES 2 – This application helps you to record lectures, take notes and record a group discussion with audio. Now, you do not have to struggle with a pen and paper to take the note.
Isn’t the teaching and the entire teaching process is really becoming easier with iPads???
Author’s Bio: Jessica Hill is a mother and a teacher. She shares some of the iPad apps quite effective for the education of the small kids. Online iPad support services also gives her a detailed knowledge about the different apps.