5 Ideas for the One iPad Classroom - Getting Smart by Susan Oxnevad - I am excited to be part of a plan to roll out iPads to all teachers in my school this spring.
All classroom teachers in our schools will be getting an iPad, an Apple TV for projection and a stand to utilize the device as a document camera. The initial goal of this one iPad classroom is to allow wireless mirroring of an iPad through the projector in the classroom. This will add some interactivity and recording capabilities. I can think of many good ways to utilize this iPad equipped classroom, but of course, this is not yet something I have gotten my hands on so my depth of knowledge and experience has a lot of room for growth. Here are some things I hope to try. iPad Anchor Activities Make efficient use of instructional time by taking advantage of the projection device to capture students’ attention during transitions and provide a focus for discussion or to prompt writing, blogging would be a good fit. Project videosProject the newsProject an image of the day. Jing. La capture d'écran réussie. iPad Screencasting: Educreations and Explain Everything.
[This is a guest post by Lissa Pompos and Kevin Yee. Lissa is an undergraduate English Literature student and Research Assistant for the Karen L. Smith Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning at the University of Central Florida. Kevin is an Assistant Director at the UCF Faculty Center. Follow Kevin on Twitter. --@jbj] Nearly two years after its initial release, the iPad has become a technological staple in the world of higher education. One academic task the iPad lends itself towards is screencasting. Many of the PC/Mac screencasting tools available—including software such as iShowU, SnapzPro X, ScreenFlow—require purchase (usually $20-$99), while the “free” options—including Jing and Screenr—restrict users with time limits and less-comprehensive editing tools. Educreations Educreations is a “personal recordable whiteboard” for the iPad that captures both the user’s voice and digital handwriting for the creation of video lessons or “screencasts.”
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TechSmith is probably best known as being the company that produces Jing and Camtasia screen capture software. Ask3 is a tool that teachers can use to create short instructional videos that are shared directly to their students’ iPads. Students can use Ask3 to ask questions about the video, mark the video with drawing tools, and create their own audio comments about the video. You share Ask3 videos to your students through a virtual workspace room.
When you register as a teacher you are given a room number to share with your students. Ask3 could be a great app to use to develop and share short tutorials with your students. Tags: Flipped Classroom, Flipped Lessons, Flipped Videos, free ipad apps, Instructional Videos, ipad apps, whiteboard app. YouTube Capture Comes To iPad. YouTube Capture is now available for iPad and iPad mini.
The app, which originally launched for iPhone in December of last year, lets you record videos and instantly upload them to YouTube. If your video needs a little sprucing up, the app has color correction and stabilization options built in. You can also trim up a particular clip, or add a music track to your finished product.