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Karen Bosch got her class engaged in poetry by creating an ebook anthology with Book Creator and publishing it on the iBookstore.
Apple Distinguished Educator Jane Ross lets us in on some of the tips and secrets she’s learnt from publishing ebooks with her students.
Meg Wilson describes the process of setting up a Global iBook, with schools from across the world collaborating.
Technology Coach Chris Loat shares his ideas on how Book Creator can be used effectively in the classroom.
Jane Ross was bold enough to put publishing into the hands of her students. Look what happened.
In 2012 John Tambunan became one of the youngest ever publishers on Apple’s iBookstore. This is his story. (2015 update – 10,000 downloads!).
Kristi Meeuwse found out that you don’t really need to teach kids how to use Book Creator to make ebooks in the classroom. This is her story.
Google Certified Teacher Andrea Hernandez tells the story of how her students collaborated to make an ebook about a week in their class.
An excellent example of how Book Creator for iPad can be used within schools to help students with equations.
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