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We asked our Book Creator Ambassadors to choose their favourite apps for smashing with Book Creator. Here’s their top choices.
The 5Ds framework, from Book Creator Ambassador Jim Tuscano, can help make learning with technology more meaningful, purposeful, and authentic.
This case study from Apple Distinguished Educator Katie Morrow is from a science project, but the methods could easily be applied to another subject on the curriculum.
A very experienced Book Creator Ambassador shares her project – look out for her top tips at the end of the article!
Book Creator Ambassador Christina Mahar sent us an email that was so lovely we asked if we could publish it.
When students become familiar with their iPads, let them dictate how they want to smash apps to create the final product.
This teacher had the great idea to create template books for her students. She chose Apple’s Keynote app to create the template.
Book Creator 4.0 comes with comic book templates. Here’s some thoughts about how and why comic books can be used as a writing stimulus, and more.
This Proloquo2go Coach explains how she and her colleagues faced the challenge of teaching students who have trouble communicating their ideas. Read how they used ebooks to inspire and engage their students.
This special education teacher shares some useful tips and examples of how she and her class use Book Creator.
Part 4 of our series looking at how to app smash Book Creator and Explain Everything. This time we’re creating hand-drawn animations in Explain Everything on multiple devices, and compiling them into one published ebook in Book Creator.
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