ipad Curriculum is a good place to get started and then to keep bookmarked so that you can familiarise yourself with the sort of apps which could be used in a school curriculum. There are some very good ones. If they are paid apps then the school will have to work out how these will be paid for on shared iPads. The syncing to one computer then seems to be an issue which , in the end, will be resolved. The apps on iPad curriculum cover a number of subject areas. The advantages of an iPad in class as I have experienced are that you cannot multitask. The student has to be focussed on the app or apps you provide. Students are also very motivated to use iPads and use them very easily.They love them and want to use them. I have found the one I have been taking into class as a bit of an experiment for the last two weeks has been used constantly for the entire lesson and whether students share the iPad or are asked to try it out for me for one lesson, then they will be totally absorbed and are also finding it very easy to ask me questions. Not sure why that is. They just ask when they are stuck and even the shy students will ask.It is a matter of finding the right apps to practise various aspects of the curriculum . My students like the reference material, they like the apps which include sound, they like quizzes to test their knowledge and the ones who don’t have laptops like to use them as a help to completing worksheets.iPads + students + good apps = happy classes!