We have all used productivity software in the past (whether that be a Microsoft Office product or some other version of productivity software). We know what it can be used for. Many of us have even moved off of the old standards to a cloud-based productivity tool set (Google Apps for Education and others).
When we consider the touch pad interface of the iPad, though, and the elegant user interface that Apple includes in ALL of their software, we may want to think about re-incorporating productivity software that makes use of the iPad to make beautiful, hands-on presentations, brochures, letters, resumes, and learning modules. This presentation focuses on ways to use these products creatively to think outside the standard of productivity software, and how to put the iPad touch interface and camera to use in these projects. Bring your understanding of productivity software along with you and quickly progress up the SAMR ladder from basic substitution (you already know how to do this anyhow...you've used this type of software before) to Augmentation and possibly even Modification!
Each of the resources below are stored in Google Drive. Click on the links provided from the browser on your iPad (or Mac) and open in the appropriate apps.