Top 5 Reasons iPad in Education for Dummies is Worth Getting Vlog & Giveaway

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Back in February, I reviewed the iPad in Education for Dummies book by Sam Glickson.  After having used the tips and suggestions in it in our homeschool for the last 6 months, I wanted to share a vlog of 5 reasons I think the book is worth getting for not just educators, but parents and really anyone who is wanting to use their iPad more efficiently and effectively for learning.

It’s not very long, just 5 minutes (that means just 1 minute per reason, see that’s not much!), so grab your coffee and sit with me a while!

Now that you’ve watched the video and know why I think iPad in Education for Dummies is worth getting, enter to win a copy of it!

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18 thoughts on “Top 5 Reasons iPad in Education for Dummies is Worth Getting Vlog & Giveaway

  1. The Book helps with working the I-Pad. this is a good thing because electronics can be so confusing Thank you, Jerri Davis

  2. It gives you a list of free downloadable and payable ipad apps! That's important for us as we need quality guidance.

  3. As a homeschool mom, I would LOVE to know how to print from my Ipad, but I'm frugal, so the free app info would be welcome as well.

  4. The book is geared toward educators and all ages. Even if you don't teach the book will still help you. Learning to print from my iPad. Thank you for the chance!!

  5. I learned that there are apps out there that actually help you organize your apps? Cool! I also like that the book is in full color and great screen shots. I'd love this book for teaching my special ed students. Thanks!

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