Educators around the world are using iPad to build dynamic learning experiences. See how real teachers enhance their lessons from start to finish, using apps, books, movies, music, and more.
11th/12th Grade Science
A heart anatomy lesson with a digital pulse.
Texas-based science teacher Jodie Deinhammer uses iPad, iTunes U, digital textbooks, and a suite of apps to help her students learn the anatomy of the human heart, from how it works to how to keep it healthy for life.See Jodie's lesson
School of Education
Student teachers reimagine the textbook.
Using iBooks Author to create their own Multi-Touch books, Ireland’s Seán Ó Grádaigh develops the next generation of teachers to write their own chapters.See Seán’s lesson
9th Grade Humanities
A modern take on Romeo and Juliet.
New York-based high school teacher Larry Reiff makes Shakespeare relevant and exciting through engaging, performance-based assignments on iPad that use apps, books, videos, and more from iTunes. See Larry’s lesson
4th Grade History
Piecing together Tudor history. A Classroom Renaissance
With a custom textbook for iPad and activities that prompt collaboration and conversation, Sophie Post and her students come together to visualize the Tudor family tree at their London elementary school. See Sophie’s lesson
5th Grade Language Arts
The Secret Garden grows into an immersive experience.
Using apps, books, and iPad, Rhiannon Sparkes taps into her elementary school students’ creativity as they explore their town in Quebec to learn about the setting and themes of The Secret Garden. See Rhiannon’s lesson