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5 Mistakes You May Be Making with Your iDevice

Adapted from: http://edudemic.com/2012/09/5-critical-mistakes-schools-ipads-and-correct-them/

April Holloway

on 10 April 2013

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hands-on Obstacle Obstacle Obstacle Goal Where do we start ... Mistake #1:

We only focus on content apps. Mistake #5:

We don't communicate a compelling answer to, "Why iPads?" We use iDevices in education to provide meaningful instruction and to facilitate 21st Century Learning Skills from students. 5 Mistakes... we may be making with an iDevice! Mistake #2:

We assume "personal use" will translate to "educational use". Mistake #3:

We try to use an iDevice as a laptop. Mistake #4:

We think single-user and multi-user will work the same. http://teachinglikeits2999.blogspot.com/p/about.html http://www.apple.com/education/resources/
(search iPad or e3) To Do
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Thank you! annotation app
screencasting app
audio creation app
video creation app
assessment app Video on "Buddhism" as you exit today. http://www.apple.com/education/resources/videos/
http://ipadsummitusa.org/ There is incredible flexibility to provide varied learning activities at a moment’s notice. We should remind constituents that with iDevices, students have the world at their fingertips– anywhere they might be — and the only limitation to what students might do in this vast space is the vision of educators. Letting the purchase speak for itself isn’t enough.
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