Recently I had created a “Read-Along” book for our first graders to accompany their Magic Tree House podcast and am continuing to have fun creating e-books for my iPad from Word Documents, pdfs and thematic blog posts from Langwitches. Next year, we will have an iPad cart to use with our students and I am looking forward to brainstorming more ideas and opportunities to allow students to create and organize their own e-books on the iPad.
- What are the advantages/disadvantages of creating our own e-books instead of purchased textbooks?
- What new learning opportunities can creating your e-book bring to your classroom?
- How can we integrate teacher-created e-books, personalized for students?
- Will student created e-books motivate, engage and empower learners?
Let’s put our heads together to think of the opportunities and possibilities. Have you already created and used your own e-books in your classroom. Please share your thoughts and ideas.
Download the Create Your own eBook for your iPad as a pdf
I have had several requests to create another How-To-Guide Flyers:
Create your own E-Book for your iPad
Making Your Own E-book For Your Ipad.