Teaching with iPad

With iPad, educators can design and share resources, sketch and explore ideas, manage their time and wellbeing, and personalise learning.

In the Forum posts linked below, Apple Professional Learning Specialists from across Australia and New Zealand share a series of ideas and resources that can help educators go further with iPad in the classroom.

Let's Get Creative with Markup

Rachel Minns from Australia demonstrates a range of ways you and your students can use iPad and Apple Pencil to mark up work, create drawings and illustrations, and demonstrate creativity in new ways.

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Supporting Literacy with Accessibility Tools

Mandy Dempsey from Aotearoa, New Zealand, demonstrates some of the powerful built-in accessibility tools that students have access to on iPad and Mac. Learn how to turn on Speak Selection and Dictation, customise Control Center, and use a range of features in Safari that can help students as they research information.

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Digital Wellbeing and Time Management

Chantelle Sansness from Australia shows three of her favourite iPad apps and features for minimising distractions, staying on top of tasks, and setting limits for managing time. Chantelle also shares a resource for exploring digital well-being with students.

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We hope you enjoy these resources and tutorials that can help you go further with iPad in the classroom. 

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