iBuild iPad Lessons: Mobile 2012

Sharing the resources from “iBuild iPad Lessons” workshop, which was offered at Mobile 2012, we (Yolanda and I) created multiple documents and PDF handouts to share.

Unfortunately Yolanda was unable to attend due to funding… (video created with Silent Film Director).

The two-hour Bring Your Own Device workshop included:

    1. Where to find the best educational apps
    2. Cautionary Apps & Info on Settings/Restrictions
    3. Sample Student Products & a discussion about consumption vs. production and how students submit work
    4. A compilation of  20+ free edu apps with provided integration ideas
    5. An iLesson template and time to create an iLesson of their own using the tools/resources provided.


Built in to each section was time to share resources, tips, and reactions and collaborate with colleagues.

If you missed the presentation…check it out.















Documents utilized in the course:

  1. Appy Integraion
  2. Lesson Template


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iBuild iPad Lessons by Lisa Johnson & Yolanda Barker is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

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  1. Your link to your presentation is not working… give me a holler when you get it back up for your original document I would love to take a view of it!

    • lisajohnson2007

      My sincerest app-ologies. I had some issues with the plugin I was using. Let me know if you still have issues with it.

    • lisajohnson2007

      It should be available – let me know if you still have issues with it.

  2. Bianca

    Is there some way that I could be notified each time you publish something new? Your posts are amazing!!!

    • lisajohnson2007

      First. Thank you so very much for your kind words. I really try to put good content out there for teachers and proponents of the iClassroom. Second, you should be able to subscribe to the blog via the toolbar on the right. If the email subscription option is not working, please let me know and I will get it up and running ASAP.

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