The Why Teachers Should Use Rubrics Infographic shows how providing detailed explanations of an assignment using a rubric can assist students in both completing tasks and improving future performance and suggests various ways teachers can use.
the don'ts are ridiculous. Classroom Management Mantra: a good reminder for the teacher. Sometimes you'll get a group of kids who just grind down your nerves; in those situations it's good to remind yourself of these do's and don'ts.
SMARL The Common Truth: here’s lots of talk of the SAMR model, which simplifies the common process that people go through when introducing any technology, designed by Ruben R. This of course applies to introducing iPads too
Technological Literacy: This is a resource that teachers could use to learn how to effectively implement the literacies in their classroom and develop skills that will create active and responsible citizens.
A Teacher's Dream Grader! This has made grading just as the app suggest, a "Zip!" ZipGrade: Grade paper tests using your iPhone's camera - you could probably just use scantrons but this might also work
Tynker is the easiest way to learn programming. Solve puzzles to learn concepts and easily build your own games. Use built-in themed graphics, music, and animated characters to create imaginative games, apps and stories.