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iPad: An Apple for the Teacher

Getting to Know Your iPad
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Jennifer Filipovich

on 14 August 2013

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iPad: An Apple for the Teacher

Proper Care
Apps
General iPad Description
Similarities and Differences
iPad 1
contains front and back camera
A5X Processing Chip
1 GB RAM
9.50 x 7.31 x0.37 inches
1.44-1.46 lbs.

iPad 2
contains back and front camera
A5 Processing Chip
512 MB RAM
9.50 x 7.3x 0.34 inches
1.35 lbs

iPad 3
no camera
A4 Processing Chip
256 MB RAM
9.56 x 7.47 x 0.5 inches
1.5 lbs.
Goals:
Pros
identify the built in basic functions of the iPad that can be integrated into the classroom

list and discuss the pros and cons of utilizing low or no cost apps

evaluate a variety of low or no cost apps that can be readily downloaded and implemented into therapy

to inspire and encourage personal
creativity

More portable and flexible (for photo taking, etc.), smaller, convieinent, long lasting battery (9-10 hours)
Can purchase an Apple wireless keyboard for convenience
application store to download apps
useful applications for people of all skills and interests
sold with Wi-Fi and cellular models
Accommodating for visual and hearing impaired
Interactive through touch
Apple
USB cable
USB power adapter
iPad 1, iPad 2, iPad 3, and the iPad Mini
Wireless/Cellular

What it does...

all are NOT created equal
Positioning
Agenda
student
teacher
iPad
iPad is common factor
engage and interact for new learning to take place!
Gestures
*Tap to click or select something
on the screen.
*Drag to scroll up and down, left or
right on the screen.
*Swipe left or right with 4 or 5 fingers to switch between open apps.
*Double tap to zoom in or out on
photos, webpages, and certain apps.
*Pinch to zoom in or out almost everywhere.Pinch 4 or 5 fingers
together to jump to home screen
no matter where you are.
*Swipe up with 4 or 5 fingers to pull
up the multitasking bar.
, CCC-SLP http://the-speechguy.com/
Passcode Lock
iPad is a teaching TOOL
not a replacement for YOU!
Rubrics


surfing the internet
downloading and playing games
checking and responding to e-mails and texts
online shopping
text message
taking pictures and recording videos
watching videos and movies
read books
write documents and other papers
listen to music
Cons
no USB ports
no Microsoft Office
typing position
Apple ID
Useful Applications for School
iBooks
Dropbox
Pages
Documents To Go - Office Suite
GoodReader
Keynote
iMaps
Wunderlist
Evernote
Penultimate
MathBoard
Algebra Course Assistance
Kobo
Kindle
iTunes U
Safari
Google Drive
Jennifer Filipovich, TIS
Fayette County
August 2013
LET'S CHECK OUT SOME BUILT- IN APPS
SETTINGS
WIFI
REMINDERS
COMUNICATION
CONTACTS
CALENDAR
VIDEOS
CAMERA
EVERYDAY TASKS
SAFARI
BOOKMARKING
HISTORY
There are some apps that you can buy or are
FREE
in the app store and on other websites.
MUSIC, MOVIES, and more
BOOKS (iBooks)
LEARNING MODULES (iTunes University/iTunes U)
GAMES (Built-in, app store)
Sample Super Apps (TED, Dropbox)

http://www.apple.com/itunes/what-is/
Facetime
HD
iSight camera
Front Camera
Let's practice!
iPad Mini
Thin and light
Lightning Connector
Digital eight-signal design
Got
?
Cleaning
Battery
Connection
Student use
Typing
Laying flat
Large group view
1. Status bar
2. Notifications
3. App icons
4. Home screen
5. The dock
Front camera
Multi-touch screen
Home button
Zooming
- In order to zoom in, pinch with two fingers and drag outwards. To zoom out, pinch with two fingers and drag towards the center.
Switching between recent apps
- using 4 or 5 fingers swipe to the left of the right.
Jump to home screen
- Pinch with 4 or 5 fingers
Multitask bar
- Swipe up with four or five fingers.
Zooming on photos
- Double tap.
Scrolling
- Drag up or down with one finger.
To flip through pages on a keyboard or to go through photos
- Swipe left or right.
Multi-touch Gestures
Operations with the Home Button and the Sleep/Wake Button
Screenshot- Press the home button and the sleep/wake
button at the same time

Closing an app- Press the home button once

Lock- Press the sleep/wake button once
Buttons and Icons
Organize Folders
1. Press and hold down an app icon.
2. Icons will begin to wiggle.
3. Drag icons to rearrange.
4. Press the black X to delete.
Create Folders
1. Press and hold an app icon.
2. Icons will begin to wiggle.
3. Drag icons on top of each other.
4. Type the name of the folder.
Web Clips
1. Open a URL in Safari.
2. Tap the arrow at the top of the screen.
3. Choose ADD TO HOME SCREEN.
Screen Shots
1. Press and hold the HOME button and the POWER button simultaneously.
2. Locate photo in PHOTOS.
Spilt Keyboard
1. Open the keyboard
2. Drag the keyboard apart with your fingers.
3. Drag the keyboard together to rejoin split.
Wifi
1. Press SETTINGS
2. Choose WI-FI.
3. Turn wi-fil on/off.
4. Choose which wi-fi to join.
1. Press SETTINGS.
2. Choose GENERAL
3. Choose PASSCODE LOCK.
1. Press and hold area you
want to copy.
2. Choose to select text.
3. Choose COPY.
4. Move to new location.
5. Press and hold.
6. Choose PASTE.
Copy/Paste
Screenshot- Press the home button and the sleep/wake button at the same time
Closing an app- Press the home button once
Lock- Press the sleep/wake button once

Operations with the Home Button and the Sleep/Wake Button
Voice of the Active Learner
What do you think is the
message behind this video?
Benefits
Learning styles
Creativity
Technical
Accessibility
No age limits
Anyone
Motivation
Special needs
Pros
Cons
Welcome, Voice of the Active Learner
Goals, buttons and icons
iPad descriptions, similarities/differences, what iPads can do
Pros and cons, benefits and effective integration
Multi-touch gestures
apps, useful apps for school, evaluating apps
Apple TV
iSight camera
Proper iPad care/iPad positioning/student daily use
Creating/organizing folders, wifi settings, webclips, spilt keyboard, screen shots, passcode locks, and copy/paste
Educational benefits
Register iPad training, contact info, FCS Technology Toolbox blog
iPad resources, Questions?


Getting to Know the IOS
Thank you!
Any questions?
Register this training at
jfilipovich@access.k12.wv.us
http://fcstechnologytoolbox.blogspot.com
http://wvde.state.us/training
iPad Resources
http://www.gcflearnfree.org/ipadbasics (videos)
http://ipad.about.com/od/ipad_basics/iPad-Basics-Guides-To-Get-Your-Started-With-Your-iPad.htm (tips and guides for new users)
http://ipad.about.com/od/iPad-Tutorials/tp/iPad-Lessons-For-Beginners.htm (8 Lessons for the Beginner)
http://support.apple.com/manuals/#ipad (iPad User Guides)
Managing Apps and Notifications
Benefits of Effective iPad Integration
Engagement
Improved motivation
Independent learning
Self-directed learning
Collaboration
Team building skills
Built-in differentiation

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FREE apps to integrate into Reading, Language Arts, Math, Social Studies, and Science!
Airsketch
HistoryPin
Apple TV
2. Naming Your Apple TV
http://www.edline.net/files/_nMCQt_/048d2c92d17ebfbd3745a49013852ec4/Naming_the_Apple_TV.pdf
1. Apple TV Set Up Instructions
http://www.edline.net/files/_fCBdQ_/418cd5901ecb1f193745a49013852ec4/Apple_TV_Directions.pdf
3. Sending your iPad’s screen to the Apple TV
4. Benefits

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