How to Fix a Slow iPad. Is your iPad running slow?
Does it seem to get bogged down after a few hours? While this is more common with older iPads that don't have the processing power of the new iPad Air line and iPad Pro tablets, even the newest iPad can bog down. There are multiple reasons why an iPad may begin running slow, including an app running in the background or simply a slow Internet connection. Luckily, this is often easy to fix. First: Purge Apps From Memory The most common reason for an iPad to start chugging along is an issue with apps running in the background. To close the application, we need to bring up a list of all apps that are running in the background. To close an app, hold your finger down on the active window, and without lifting your finger from the screen, swipe toward the top of the display. Go ahead and close the first four or five apps and see if that helps. If it doesn't, proceed to step two. Next: Reboot the iPad Quitting apps won't always do the trick.
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Apps Suggestions: iMovie ($4.99), AudioBoo (free)Directions: You will interview a real, historic, or fictitious person. Ask them about a specific event in their lives (historic period, eye witness event, family story, contribution to society, expert advice, etc.) Script introduction to the person you are interviewing, give background information about the person. and formulate interview questions. If using iMovie: Take an image of the real person you are interviewing (and maybe the surroundings/settings) or find and download an image (licensed under Creative Commons) of a fictitious person and pertinent images that would go with your interview. Import the images. What does research really say about iPads in the classroom? Two educators put the research to the test.
When (and how) are iPads most effective? Popular mobile devices may come and go, but the iPad has remained a hit in the K-12 classroom. But even though they’re in schools, our work with teachers has led us to understand that while many of them would like to use iPads meaningfully in their classrooms, they can’t because of time, access, and training. So for the past year and a half, we’ve both been working with teachers and university students integrating iPad technology into the classroom in a controlled way. While doing this, we came across several outcomes that made us question and dig deeper into what the research actually says about using them in the classroom. First, a note about who we are.
10 Tips For Smarter iPad Use In The Classroom. Unlocking The Learning Potential Of The iPad by Terry Heick The iPad.
Pop culture’s plaything and #edtech’s (somewhat dimming?) Neon sign. 6 Hidden iPad Secrets That Will Turn You Into a Pro. Apple loves the idea of hiding features above, below or to the side of the screen.
For example, if you swipe down from the very top edge of the iPad's display, you will reveal the notifications center. The same is true for swiping from the very bottom edge of the iPad's screen where the display and the bevel meet. When you swipe up from the bottom edge, you reveal the hidden control panel. You can do a lot of cool things from this panel such as access the AirDrop feature, turn the brightness up or down, go into Airplane mode and lock the rotation. You can even launch a timer, and perhaps best of all, open the iPad's camera. You also have quick access to music controls by swiping from left-to-right on the control panel to reveal the playback section. Of course, if all you need to do is adjust the volume, don't forget the buttons on the side of the iPad! Teaching and Learning: Using iPads in the Classroom. Updated 01/2014 If I had thirty iPads in my class, what would I do with them? How would I use them to help my students learn better and help me teach better?
Perhaps a better question is what would I do with them that I could not do with other tools that are available and cheaper? Certainly iPads are cheaper than computers, desktop or laptop, and they are more mobile. Speaking of computers, they were supposed to be the transformation of teaching and learning as we know it. Resources for Using iPads in Grades K-2. If you are teaching with one, a few, or a class set of iPads, finding the right apps and project ideas for your students can be a challenging task.
We’ve organized some of the best resources from Edutopia and beyond to help you figure out what tools are best for your early elementary school students. Explore different ways to integrate technology into your instruction! Favorite Apps 7 Apps for Helping Others (Edutopia, 2015) Children can practice empathy through apps that encourage collaboration, whether it’s drawing pictures together, cooking for each other, or creating lessons to share their knowledge.Social-Emotional Apps for Special Ed (Edutopia, 2015) On this list you’ll find nine apps to help special ed students build emotional literacy. It includes apps and activities to teach self-regulation, and focus on problem solving and task planning.Student Apps for Winter Reading (Edutopia, 2015) This list of apps focuses on seasonal storybooks.
Resources for Using iPads in Grades 3-5. Teachers across the country are using technology, including iPads, in their classrooms.
But, when it comes to finding the best resources for students, it can be hard to sort through the large volume of apps in the Apple app store and numerous teacher blogs sharing best practices. To help you find what you need, we’ve compiled blog posts on Edutopia and resources from websites that feature great ideas for using iPads with third, fourth, and fifth grade students. iPads in the Classroom. iPads2Learn. 25 Ways Teachers Can Use iPads In The Classroom. iPads. Getting the Most Out of Your iPad - 2015 Leadership Connections. 10 Activities to do on an iPad instead of a Worksheet.
15 Apps for the One iPad Classroom. 6 Helpful Tips For The 1 iPad Classroom. By Ben Lovegrove, inkids.com.au While most educators and teachers are aware of the benefits that can arise in the classroom through the use of iPads and tablets, budgetary constraints can often limit the way that technology can be used to augment learning activities in smaller schools (or school districts).
In many cases, schools find that the money required to buy iPads for an entire class would be better spent on other equipment or products but this doesn’t mean that the classroom should be an iPad free zone. 15 Unique and Creative Ways to Use iPads in the Classroom – teachingwithipad.org. Here are some great new ideas to use your iPad in your classroom, K-12 and beyond!
The iPad, as we all know, is a great tool for education. We are hoping that you can use at least a few of these new and creative ideas. This post is a collaborative piece that was created with the help of two respected educators: Jonathan Wylie, a Google Apps Certified Instructor and Instructional Technology Consultant from Iowa, USA. Please take time to check out his blog at Find Jonathan on Twitter at @jonathanwylie. Meg Wilson, an Apple Distinguished Educator, special education teacher and technology specialist from, Connecticut, USA. 1. With this app, and the help of a dedicated, or DIY, mount you can use your iPad as a document camera, annotate over anything you set under the camera, and even record what you show. 2. iPad Basics Students Need to Know about. April 8, 2014 Yesterday when I posted "How to Control What Students Can Do on iPad Using Guided Access", somebody emailed me asking for an iPad basics guide to share with her students.
I have had a look at my archive and found this wonderful presentation.The slideshow below features the essential and basic tips iPad beginners need to know about in order to tap into the full potential of this versatile device. Here is a round-up of the things your students will get to learn from this presentation: 20+ Ways to Integrate iPad in Your PBL Classroom. 25 Ways Teachers Can Use iPads In The Classroom. Resources for Using iPads in Grades K-2. If you are teaching with one, a few, or a class set of iPads, finding the right apps and project ideas for your students can be a challenging task. We’ve organized some of the best resources from Edutopia and beyond to help you figure out what tools are best for your early elementary school students. Mrs. Davison's Kindergarten: What We Are Doing With iPads!
Coding Fun With Daisy The Dinosaur! Today we explored the world of coding again thanks to a couple of parent volunteers! It was so fun creating code! Exploring Number Frames! During our math workshop time we explored a new app called; Number Frames! It was a wonderful way to explore the concept of comparing. How to Build Reading Fluency in the iPad Classroom – Whooo's Reading Blog. By Tiffany Copple There are fewer tasks more important and less daunting than building fluency in young readers. Once a student has mastered the fine art of decoding and word attack skills, they’re ready to move toward developing the fluency and stamina needed to tackle higher-level reading comprehension. It’s no secret that the key to becoming a more fluent reader is practice, practice, and more practice.
When I moved to first grade after teaching four years of third grade, I was suddenly finding myself at a loss for meaningful fluency activities. I had felt for years that the activities I had completed with students were beneficial for my understanding of student growth, but had failed to provide the learner with activities that both enhanced their understanding of their learning while being engaging. 15 Unique and Creative Ways to Use iPads in the Classroom – teachingwithipad.org. Managing iPads in Education. The iPad is hugely popular in schools, so it’s surprising there isn’t more information available about how best to configure them in an educational environment. Whether yours is a 1:1 deployment, a shared cart of iPads, or you’re just researching your school’s IT plan we’ve put together a guide for you.
While setting up an individual iPad is really simple, configuring and managing large numbers of the devices is a little more complicated. Mrs. Davison's Kindergarten: What We Are Doing With iPads! Some Great Apps to Turn your iPad Into An Interactive Whiteboard. January 22, 2016 Visual whiteboarding is a great way to enhance the intelligibility of your teachable content in class.
IPAD ideas & tips. iPad - Aprender con el iPad. iPads in the Classroom. 7 easy, powerful ways to use iPad cameras in the classroom - Let's Teach With Tech. Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: 8 Great iPad Games to Develop Kids Mathematical Thinking. August 18, 2015 Below is a collection of some of the best iPad math games for young learners. These apps involve strategic use of mathematical skills in working on simulated challenges. iPad Apps and Extensions. The State of the iPad in Education in 2015. Creative Commons License Image Source With Competition Slowly Creeping in, How Goes it for the Behemoth of the Classroom Tablet Scene? When Apple released the iPad in 2010, they took the world by storm, adding another jewel to their crown as the world’s leading provider of technology.
The iPad suddenly made the until-then-overlooked tablet market something that mattered, and it kicked the mobile revolution into high gear. The introduction of the iPad also played no small role in Apple becoming the most valuable company in history by August of 2012. Teachers who just got iPads. I had the privilege of holding a Google Hangout with Holly Clark (@HollyEdTEchDiva) and Tanya Avrith (@EdTechSchools). It was a great chat, where we compared US, NZ and Canadian school systems. ¿Qué 50 usos le puedes dar al ipad si eres docente? 25 Free iPad Apps for Teaching Geography - eLearning Industry. 5 Great iPad Apps for Running Surveys and Polls in Class. March 5, 2015 Surveys and polls can serve a wide variety of educational purposes. As a teacher, you can use them to initiate quick formative assessments, gather informal feedback on your students learning, run mock exams, learn about students interests and learning pace to mention a few.
0ver 150 EdTech Tutorials to Help You Integrate iPad in Your Instruction. IPad = Flipped Classroom Made Easy. Yes, the Flipped Classroom (Video lessons watched before class time) is a fashionable topic but whilst there’s still chalk-and-talk together with standardised testing I feel I must continue to push it. And no, it’s not just chalk-and-talk in disguise. It creates a whole new learning environment for the student. Kathy Schrock's iPads4teaching - iPads for Teaching. Digital Storytelling with an iPad. Inquiry Learning Ideas for Math and Science With iPads.
12 Characteristics Of An iPad-Ready Classroom - Implementing iPads isn’t exactly a just-add-water proposition. While they’re wondrous little devices capable of enchanting learners for hours, to get the learning results you’re likely after will take planning, design, and reflection. It can help to start out by asking yourself some important questions, such as “What can the iPad do that is not possible without it? Back to School with iPads: 5 Steps for the First 5 Days. Teaching With Tablets. There's a Maker Faire in That iPad! 10 Ways to Create Student Makers With Apps - Getting Smart by Alison Anderson - edapps, iPad, maker, maker fair, makerchat, makered.
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