ChallengeU is an online educational platform that allows teachers to create and share learning activities. Teachers can make content available to students anywhere at anytime, and ChallengeU is compatible on all devices and completely free.
Teachers can upload different file types and student questions all in the same activity. Students can then hand in assignments in the form or videos, audio, pictures and a handful of other file types. They can even comment on the work of their peers and develop online learning communities. Teachers can track students progress and instantly let students see comments, corrections and feedback on assignments.
The iPad so much more than a content consumption device! This year turn your students into creators using these fantastic iPad apps. Most of the tools on this list are free and you can learn more about each one by clicking on the links below.
- Adobe Voice
- Book Writer
- Drawp for School
- Comics Head
- ShadowPuppet EDU
- Adobe Sketch
- Sketchbook Express
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iTunes U is a terrific tool for creating your own course and easily distributing materials to students. It lets teachers set up a course that can be accessed on an iPad. Students can watch, read and listen to a variety of multimedia organized by their teacher. It’s a great choice for flipping your classroom and keeping students on task throughout the semester.
This week Apple is rolling out new features for iTunes U that will be game changers in many learning environments. Teachers will now be able to access the course manager directly from their iPad instead of logging into a website on a computer. This will let them make changes and upload content including pictures and video straight from their iPad. In private courses students will be able to participate in discussions for a collaborative learning experience. Learn more from Apple’s official announcement or visit their iTunes U page.