Are you interested in teaching with iPads, but wondering what’s the difference between an iPad and an iPad Pro? If you’ve owned or used an iPad in the past, the answer is not immediately obvious. Why should you pay almost double for an iPad Pro, when it looks pretty much the same as a regular iPad? Continue reading “What’s the Difference Between an iPad and an iPad Pro?”
Are you considering teaching with an iPad Pro, but are unsure of which size iPad Pro would be best for you? The iPad Pro currently comes in two screen sizes: 10.5″ and 12.9″. Which size iPad Pro is best for teachers? Well, a lot depends on how you plan to use it. Read on to decide for yourself whether the 12.9″ or 10.5″ iPad Pro makes the most sense, given how you will use it.
Interested in teaching with an iPad Pro? Wondering what iPad Pro apps you’ll need? In this post, I review the 6 apps for teaching with the iPad Pro you’ll want to use regularly to deliver presentations, create and annotate documents, and use the iPad Pro as a mobile whiteboard in your classroom. Continue reading “The 6 Apps You Need for Teaching with the iPad Pro”
The iPad Pro is superior to a laptop or desktop in the university classroom. In this post, I tell you what hardware you will need to teach with the iPad Pro.
When my computer bit the dust in 2016, I had come across some information on the iPad Pro, which seemed to suggest it had interesting potential in the college classroom. None of the reviews I consulted, though, spoke specifically about teaching with it in the college classroom, and none gave me information about how it would measure up to a non-tablet for academic research and writing purposes. Continue reading “An In-Depth Review of the iPad Pro for Professors and Academics”