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Construire des bandes-annonces pour votre cours. Le guide de l’iPad à l’usage des enseignants… Enfin! Certaines histoires sont tellement embrumées de circonvolution qu’il en est difficile d’en remonter le fil. Telle est l’histoire du Guide de l’iPad pour les enseignant. Ce projet est né sur un coin de bureau. Comme ces recettes de cuisine que l’on inscrit au détour d’une conversation et d’une bonne bouteille.

L’iPad original était entre mes mains depuis sa sortie en France. Cet humble fichier pdf fut beaucoup lu. L’année 2011-2012 fut très chargée et le projet éditorial prit du retard. Cette expérience fut néanmoins riche car elle m’a conduit à presser l’éditeur mentionné plus haut : la troisième édition était prête pour arriver sur les iPads 2 et Retina. Or, il y a deux semaines, je recevais des nouvelles de mon éditeur. J’ai donc soumis mon guide à la validation des lutins de l’iBookstore. Cet ouvrage n’est pas parfait. Like this: J'aime chargement… Integrate iPads Into Bloom's Digital Taxonomy With This 'Padagogy Wheel' You’re going to want to turn on your printer and fire up a PDF viewer. This is just that good. It’s called the Padagogy Wheel and it offers a fantastically useful perspecitve on how to figure out which iPad apps work with Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy. Created by Allan Carrington, this thing is a monster and deserves some focused attention. So I’d make a personal plea to save the hi-res image (below) or print out the PDF (available here) and then spend your long weekend closely examining this thing.

The Padagogy Wheel takes an expanded approach Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy and offers 62 iPad apps that fit into the organized chaos that is Bloom’s. See Also: 35 Digital Tools That Work With Bloom’s Taxonomy What do you think of some of the apps and where they’re placed on the wheel? The Padagogy Wheel by Allan Carrington is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. Untitled. 10 Steps To A Successful School iPad Program. 10 Steps To A Successful School iPad Program by Sam Gliksman, Author of iPad in Education for Dummies iPads have quickly become a the hottest commodity in educational technology. Apple reports that schools are purchasing iPads over MacBooks by a ratio of 2:1.

However, the rush to purchase the latest technologies often precedes the careful planning and preparation that’s crucial to their success as educational tools. There’s simply no magic pill – whether it’s the laptop, smartboard, iPad or the next device that comes along in a year or two. Here’s a list of ten requirements for a successful iPad implementation in schools. 1. Don’t consider purchasing iPads without an appropriate technical infrastructure to manage and deploy them. Do you have adequate incoming Internet bandwidth? 2. Our educational institutions roll along year after year and yet it’s the question that’s rarely discussed. Any successful initiative requires that your entire organization be on the same page. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Le RIRE lance aujourd’hui son répertoire iPad! Répertoire des usages pédagogiques pour iPad Destiné aux praticiens, le répertoire regroupe les meilleures applications pédagogiques développées au cours des dernières années.

Pour faciliter sa consultation, les applications sont affichées selon leur utilisation, la discipline, le scénario pédagogique et le coût. Vous avez des idées plein la tête? Des scénarios pédagogiques à proposer? Des nouvelles applications à soumettre au répertoire? Envoyez-nous vos scénarios pédagogiques par courriel, par Facebook ou via la section commentaires disponible au bas de ce répertoire! Au fait, qu’est-ce qu’un scénario pédagogique? [Consultez notre répertoire] waferbaby Dernière modification : 12 février 2015. The 10 Most Useful iPad Accessories For Classrooms. Apple’s iPad offers plenty of tools and options for classroom settings. Instructors at both the K-12 and university levels are continually finding new ways to use the tablets , but new uses can introduces new needs.

So which accessories are right for the classroom? Education Dive has compiled a list of 10 great iPad accessories, ranging from simple styluses to germ-killing wands, to help maximize the iPad’s potential and convenience in numerous classroom situations. If you decide to use these tablets at your school, here are some options to consider: 1. A STYLUS While The Verge chose the Wacom Bamboo stylus as the best buy (it does have inexpensive replacement tips) in its review of iPad styli , the LYNKtec TruGlide ’sperformance is reportedly just as accurate—and at $15.95, right around half the price. The TruGlide sports a microfiber tip, as opposed to rubber, which reduces resistance against the iPad’s screen, but can make drawing lines with sharp corners a little more difficult. 2.

Why (Not How) We Should Use iPads In Education. Last November, Justin Reich, our co-founder at EdTechTeacher, wrote a piece on his Education Week blog, If You Meet an iPad on the Way, Smash It. The piece came out the morning of the first iPad Summit in Boston and put iPad use in schools into perspective. As Justin explained in the piece, “If the nitty-gritty details of iPad use distract us from our larger mission, then we need to smash them. If we get too lost in the “how” of iPads in classrooms, then we need to stop and ask ”why?” Why iPads is a critical question that must be addressed, and the schools that are making the decision to introduce these devices into the classroom are hopefully examining the why before the how.

The ‘How’ Question Once the why question has been addressed, and once the devices are in hand, the how question needs to be solved. The Important Thing To Consider The concept Amber presented resonated with me, because it not only neatly encapsulated where many classrooms go wrong but also how to right the ship. 4 Great iPad Apps to Create Digital Portfolios.

A View into a 1:1 iPad Classroom - Perspectives. Ten reasons the iPad is an awesome tool for classrooms and education. The ability to work with iPads right on the desks of students makes them a powerful classroom tool. Over the past couple of years, I have had the awesome opportunity as a principal and teacher to be part of a school that adopted iPads on a 1:1 device to student ratio. I went into the program unsure if iPads would be as effective of a classroom device as traditional laptops, but have become convinced that the iPad offers more for classrooms than traditional desktop or laptop computers. Here are the ten reasons I why I have found iPads to be the perfect classroom tool. 1 – Price At $499 for the newest iPad or $399 for the iPAd 2, the iPad is cheaper than many traditional laptop or desktop computers.

Apple also offers an educational discount for schools when iPads are purchased in packs of 10 that saves about $200 per 10-pack. At my school we have found the cheapest 16GB iPad to offer plenty of storage. 2 – Battery Life 3 – Portability 4 – Easy Upkeep 6 – Easy Screen Sharing 8 – Ease of Use. Compte rendu du iPad Summit de Boston. Par manque de temps et surtout par manque d’espace où le publier en ligne, voici mon compte rendu du iPad Summit de Boston.

Celui-ci s’est déroulé les 7 et 8 novembre 2012. Cet article ne couvre pas l’ensemble des conférences, mais celles qui ont eu le plus grand impact sur ma vision de l’implantation technologique en éducation. Cet évènement a été organisé par le EdTechTeacher. Voici le fil de nouvelle pour le mot clé utilisé pendant la conférence: #ettipad Conférence d’ouverture Présentation d’ouverture par Tony Wagner Très bonne présentation sur l’importance d’innover et de préparer nos jeunes pour le futur. Les 7 techniques de survie: 1) Pensé critique et résolution de problème 2) Collaborer et influencer positivement 3) Adaptation et flexibilité 4) Entrepreneuriat et initiative 5) Bonne communication orale et écrite 6) Capacité d’organisation et d’analyse de l’information 7) Imagination et curiosité Il a expliqué deux défis importants auxquels les écoles vont être de plus en plus confrontées.

5 Reasons The iPad Will Stay The King of the Classroom. The following piece is by the amazingly talented Adam Webster, Assistant Director of Learning and Teaching at a secondary school in Surrey, England. He writes for both the Edudemic Magazine and his blog ‘ Cageless Thinking ‘ (worth bookmarking). This article originally appeared on Cageless Thinking and was cross-posted with Adam’s permission. 1. It’s not a laptop The biggest and most oft-heard criticism of the iPad usually revolves around it not behaving like a desktop PC or laptop. The fact that it isn’t a laptop, to me, is its greatest attribute: The SAMR model suggests that there are 4 degrees of sophistication for using technology in education: As you can see from the diagram (created using Paper by Fifty Three) the most sophisticated levels involve ‘Transformation’.

I believe that the iPad makes transformation far more possible, indeed likely, than a laptop. 2. 3. Yes, Apple devices are more expensive than most other devices. 4. 5. iPads What are we learning FINAL.pdf. Déploiement et gestion des iPads/iPods dans nos institutions avec Apple Configurator | Tablettes tactiles. – 9 novembre 2012Publié dans : Colloque 3 oct 2012, Conférences Christophe Barrois Technicien en informatique – Édouard-Montpetit Grâce aux nouvelles technologies, plusieurs possibilités s’offrent aux enseignants et aux étudiants.

Cependant, les professionnels des TI vivent une période intense d’adaptation. Les technologies Apple donnent l’opportunité de découvrir comment transformer les méthodes d’enseignement à l’aide de nouveaux outils. Top 10 Things NOT to do in a 1:1 iPad Initiative « Part of the benefit of jumping forward with a 1:1 iPad deployment like we have tried is that we get the opportunity to impart knowledge to other districts looking to do a similar initiative. While that might not seem like a benefit, it actually also means we can make some mistakes because there is not a long history of this type of deployment in the world. Many districts have had 1:1 Laptop projects, which we have benefited from and could easily be applied to this list I’m about to share. However, for the sake of our specific district, and the questions I get from other districts on a daily basis, I’m going to break down the ten things you should NOT do when implementing a 1:1 iPad program. 1. 2.

We planned the launch day as perfectly as we could have, but there are always a couple of issues to deal with. 3. Don’t Ctrl 4. 5. 6. It’s not all about scores kids…heh heh! 7. Teachers without a CMS 9. Like this: Like Loading... Six steps for a healthy start to iPad deployment in schools.