Where should you start with finding great Apple resources, apart from T4L of course? Here are a few different approaches you can take to finding fantastic resources, networks and experts on Apple tools.
Join Apple Camp at Home!
Recreate the Apple Camp magic you may have experienced in-store with three creative PBL projects at home using Pages journals. There are three free projects to explore and great for end of year projects.
Don’t forget about Twitter – this hashtag features wonderful chats from educators on teaching, learning and leadership using Apple tools. The last topic discussed was school culture.
There are 30 creative activities for kids available for NSW public school teachers. These creative activities are suited to kids aged 8-12+ and can be used with in-built features on the iPad. Each activity is easy for students to get started on their own and can be tailored for older ages with a focus on literacy. But wait, there’s more – there's now even 30 more creative activities for kids available.
Everyone’s an Author
This highly engaging online writing program features ten of your favourite Australian authors covering different aspects of writing. Each aspect is complemented by a downloadable Pages journal containing up to four learning experiences, and additional extension activities for older students. Suited to Stages 1-4, it can easily be added to your creative writing units of work, or completed on its own over a term.
Want to save time?
This handy time-saving tips for teachers poster from Apple will give you plenty of ideas for getting the best out of apps using in-built features on iPad covering everything from annotating photos for effect, through to eliminating web page distractions for yourself (and students).
Everyone Can Create in Action
You might be familiar with the Everyone Can Create range of e-books, but have you seen these ideas in action? Everyone Can Create in Action is a fantastic resource of teacher-tried-and-tested ideas in the classroom, that might give you great food for thought.