This introductory iPad course is designed for classroom teachers to explore, practice and create content as it applies to the K-12 classroom. From basic management of the iPad to content creation, learners will develop an understanding how the iPad can transform teaching and learning and place students at the center of the process. Students will create movies, publish interactive books, create screencasts and presentations, and learn how to use the iPad to develop formative assessments. In doing so, Students will connect the content with pedagogical practices such as the SAMR model, where the iPad immerses students in the learning process.
These six learning modules will connect to the four domains of Danielson's Framework such as: planning and preparation, classroom environment, Instruction, and professional responsibilities. Participants will document evidence of their work through online discussions, reflective journaling, and product creation.
Through our partnership with the Harrisburg University, selected courses through PD Campus can be applied towards a Harrisburg University's Masters in Learning Technologies & Media Systems.