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Learn how to create a full-length, interactive math lesson with a glossary, equations, illustrative charts and graphs, and a section that tests your students on what they've learned. This course builds on the lessons in iBooks Author for Teachers: Fundamentals and shows teachers how to leverage their existing math material and present it in an engaging digital way. Author Mike Rankin shows you how to import text from Microsoft Word, format your pages, add images and hyperlinks, and even add a useful calculator widget so students can perform calculations right inside the lesson.
(music playing) I'm Mike Rankin and welcome to iBooks Author for Teachers: Creating a Math Lesson In this course, we'll be using iBooks Author to create a great-looking math lesson with interactive content for students with iPads. I'll show how to bring in content for Microsoft Word including math equations, and we'll be adding interactivity in the form of sidebar glossary items, pop-overs to reveal answers, plus a calculator, and a review quiz.
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