iPad in Education
iPad has changed everything. Including the classroom. It has changed the way teachers teach and taking learning way beyond the classroom. There are thousands of education apps, books and courses, to make lessons come to life like never before. The iPad has software designed exclusively for educators, to manage the classroom and collaborate with students in new ways.
A suite of free creativity and productivity apps included with every iPad will inspire all-new lessons and learning experiences. The App Store offers unlimited potential with over 170,000 educational apps made just for iPad.
The iBooks Store is full of interactive materials to support teach almost any subject. An engaging and interactive experience is offered to students by the Multi-Touch magic of iBooks Textbooks.
iTunes U for iPad
With iTunes U, it’s easy to develop and deliver lessons on iPad that include apps, web links, photos and videos. With an integrated grade book and access to the world’s largest library of free educational content, you’ll find inspiring materials to incorporate into any lesson plan.
iOS is the intuitive, advanced, intelligent and secure mobile operating system designed for iPad that also comes with great features for education that work seamlessly together.
Apple School Manager
A central system for schools to coordinate all that they need to deploy iPad. Create accounts for everyone in the school, define roles and permissions, manage devices and buy and distribute content.
This is a powerful free iPad app that helps teachers guide learning, share work and manage student devices. It is easy to set up on the teacher’s iPad with the help of MDM.
This provides a personalised learning experience using shared devices, even when a 1:1 student-to-iPad ratio isn’t possible. After students log in, their homework, apps and assignments appear exactly as they left them, regardless of which iPad they last used.
Frederick Bird Primary School, Coventry
Lessons have become more dynamic at Frederick Bird Primary School since the introduction of iPad in the classroom. Children are engaged and excited to learn as well as being inspired and empowered by the independence iPad gives them.Watch their video case study to learn more
Holme Valley Primary School, Scunthorpe
Coping with an ageing and cramped PC suite the school was finding the use of technology in lessons both difficult and distracting. Staff were eager to integrate learning into the classroom to enhance the curriculum and improve pupil engagement through more creative learning.Learn more about their journey
Powerful assistive features are built into iPad to complement vision, hearing, motor skills, learning and literacy to create opportunities for all learners. Conveniently stored together under Accessibility in Settings, here are just three of them.
To help with colour blindness or other vision challenges, iOS will let you invert colours, enable greyscale or colour filters can be applied. These settings will apply to everything once set and can be customised to what works for you.
Working in full screen or picture-in-picture, Zoom is a built-in screen magnifier that can be adjusted between 100 and 1,500% allowing you to see the zoomed area in a separate window. It also works with VoiceOver.
VoiceOver offers support for more than 30 languages and quite simply will tell you exactly what is happening on the screen of your Mac or iPad, when you can’t see it. Giving auditory descriptions and helpful hints, the speaking rate and pitch can be adjusted to your preference.