In 2018, a group of educators gathered at George Washington University in Washington, DC as part of book sprint event. They released a handbook, under Creative Commons (CC-BY 4.0) specifically geared towards using Jupyter for education. It covers a wide range of key topics, including: what is Jupyter, how to try Jupyter, sharing notebooks with students, locally installing Jupyter, cloud offerings, finding example notebooks, writing lessons in Jupyter, making collections for a course, exporting to other formats with nbconvert, writing textbooks with Jupyter, using Binder and JupyterHub, making assignments and auto-grading, making online courses, teaching with Jupyter in the classroom, active learning and flipped learning pedagogies with Jupyter, and guiding learners to create their own content in Jupyter.
The guide can be found here: https://jupyter4edu.github.io/jupyter-edu-book/
For specific chapters to the guide, click below.