I’ve just come across this wonderful resource for any educator trying to meaningfully use iPads in the classroom or planning to do so.
What I loved about the site is that though it is run by the REMC Association of Michigan, it is Creative Commons licensed and it can be used as a training program for schools. According to the site,
The skills taught in this series have been designed to support the ISTE National Educational Technology Standards for Teachers (NETS-T).
It is packed with learning activities for educators with complete tutorials and ideas on how to use the apps and tools in 21 different areas, ranging from iPads basics up to assessment resources.
So, gather with a friend, make an learning movement in your school and start using the comprehensive resources generously offered by 21 things for iPads site team.