Teaching with iPads. Are Your Students Distracted by Screens? Here's A Powerful Antidote. I was fortunate to teach in a 1:1 laptop classroom for seven years.
In my classes, students took daily notes on computers, did research, wrote essays, created various multimedia publications, and worked on collaborative projects. Yet I knew that if I wasn’t watching their screens, my students would at some point be doing something they were not supposed to be doing. So, while I was thrilled with the tremendous educational content available to my students, I was concerned with the less-than-desirable elements pervasive on the Internet. Today, I stroll through many schools that are using technology extensively, and invariably I see students using computers for Facebook, IM, playing games, checking sports scores, and all manner of other “evil” things. Allan's Blog.
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This PDF Poster has links to 122 of the latest and most popular educational apps. Now these resources are available in 19 different languages. The poster also has app selection criteria according to Blooms taxonomy. Sharing. Learning. Leading. Pisa: Elever, der bruger iPads, klarer sig dårligere.
Ideas for Using iPads for Digital Storytelling. By Sam Gliksman.
iPads In The Classroom: The Right Questions You Should Ask. The pressure is on to make sure the education of U.S. students is on track with their global peers.
Unfortunately, according to a 2015 report by Pew Research Center, that’s not the case, particularly in the areas of science and math. It’s no wonder, then, that in the quest for educational advancement, teachers want their students to have access to the newest, theories, processes and technologies to help the students excel. One of the most popular technologies has been the introduction of tablets, particularly, iPads, in the classroom.
Maybe you’ve been thinking about augmenting your program with iPads or another type of tablet.
A Good iPad Fluency Graphic for Teachers. Blooms Taxonomy of Apps by Kelly Tenkely. iPad Workflow Solutions for Educators. Recently, I attended ITEC 2012 -Iowa’s premier technology conference for educators.
David Pogue and Marco Torres were the keynote speakers, but there were dozens of other excellent breakout sessions over the course of this three-day event. I myself had the opportunity to present twice, so I opted for a couple of iPad sessions that I had been wanting to talk about for some time now, and I have included the slides to the first of these two sessions below – iPad Workflow Solutions for Educators. A digital workflow for the iPad, or the process of getting student work to and from the device, has long been a subject of some consternation among those who use iPads in the classroom.
23 Ways To Use The iPad In The 21st Century PBL Classroom By Workflow. 23 Ways To Use The iPad In The 21st Century PBL Classroom.
How to be a TERRIBLE iPad Teacher. The following is a list, written in the first-person, of ideologies or stances from a Terrible iPad Teacher: Kompetensutveckling. Why Teachers Are Trying Out Apple TV In The Classroom. Apple TV is a little black box that can work miracles in a classroom. Built largely for entertaining purposes by Apple, Apple TV is used increasingly in the classroom by educators who primarily want to take advantage of the mirroring capabilities of the device. For those who are not familiar with the term “mirroring”, simply put, a key feature in Apple devices called “AirPlay” can literally mirror or project your device’s screen (iPod/iPad/iPhone), via an LCD projector that is connected to the Apple TV.
All you need aside from an Apple TV is an iPad 2 or newer, an LCD projector, and then, the sky is the limit. 6 Ways to Show Your iPad on a Projector Screen. A Day in the Life of an iPad Student. 7.00 am: Woken by fancy chime and skyscraper illumination on iPad.
Switch off and go back to sleep. 7.15 am: Woken by beeping Angry Bird effect and grudgingly get up for school. Head down to breakfast to find Dad has somehow got hold of the iPad and is catching up on ‘that Piers Morgan and Lord Sugar arguing about grammar again’? 7.45 am: Mum waves goodbye as Dad brings iPad charger out ‘just in case the battery runs low’. It is charged overnight but Dad’s laptop is always running out of power. 7.55 am: Find seat on bus and use famous ‘inside PE shirt, inside bag’ technique to play Temple Run on iPad. A Day in the Life of an iPad Teacher.
6.30 am: Woken by the dulcet tones of Lana Del Rey and a new ‘Wake up Light‘.
Contemplate staying in bed then notice the email icon flashing with a number of new messages – check twitter. 7.00 am: Access news app whilst devouring breakfast. Apologise for spraying coffee during reaction to latest education announcement. Carefully wipe iPad screen and check all is in working order by scrolling twitter timeline.
Keynote. An iPad a day keeps school absenteeism at bay. An iPad app that offers access to over 600 school textbooks, spanning 33 subjects in six South African languages was launched on Wednesday.
"The app offers access to CAPS-aligned [new curriculum] textbooks for grades one to 12," said Linda de Klerk, marketing director for ZA Books.