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An interview with Hans and Jen Hartvickson, founders of Adventures in Writing Camp, a 25-location summer writing program for elementary school students in California and Nevada.
Another Book Creator masterclass from librarian Karin Hallett. A detailed lesson plan and some resource ideas – ideal for teachers who are new to Book Creator.
UK teacher Lee Parkinson offers a fun and creative way to get students excited about learning English.
First Grade teacher Autumn Zaminski shares how she and her students set about creating penguin books.
The #TWIMA Poetry project was a worldwide collaboration effort to get a book published on the iBooks Store. And it was a massive success.
Teaching core vocabulary is an important part of speech therapy, and this app expert has found a way to get creative with one of her favourite kids’ books.
This innovative use of Book Creator demonstrates how you can move beyond Substitution to Modification on the SAMR model.
Allanah King shares her entire lesson plan, the apps she used, and the process she went through to publish her students’ work on the iBooks Store.
When working with young students, typing can be quite a difficult thing for them to do. Why not make use of the iPad’s dictation tool instead?
What follows is a fascinating insight into a teacher’s lesson plan and learning process for using Book Creator in the classroom. A must read for teachers!
This 4th grade teacher combined old-school storytelling techniques with new technology to get her students writing masterpieces!
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