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Computerhulp voor ouderen aan huis — De iPad heeft simpele, leuke en handige mogelijkheden. Wij helpen u veilig over de drempel met lessen email, internet, chat, reis plannen, online winkelen enz. Niet uit een boek maar bij u aan huis. Vooral voor digibet. iPad voor beginners: iPad gekocht, wat nu? Je hebt een iPad gekocht en staat te popelen om het apparaat in gebruik te nemen. Wat moet je doen, welke apps zou je willen installeren? We geven op deze pagina allerlei tips waar je als nieuwe gebruiker iets aan hebt. Om het overzichtelijk te maken hebben we de informatie verdeeld over meerdere tabbladen: Uitpakken en in gebruik nemen Als je de iPad-doos openmaakt en het folie van de iPad hebt gehaald druk je een paar seconden op de aan/uitknop (bovenop het apparaat). Standaardtaal instellen.Aanmelden bij iCloud.Aangeven of apps je locatiegegevens mogen gebruiken.iPad verbinden met een Wi-Fi-netwerk.Eventueel een back-up van een eerdere iPad terugzetten.

Je krijgt aanwijzingen op het scherm om deze stappen te doorlopen. Heb je de ontgrendel-schuifknop gebruikt, dan verschijnt het scherm zoals op de afbeelding rechts. Lees verder op het volgende tabblad: iPad opladen. iPad opladen De iPad heeft een interne oplaadbare batterij die je op twee manieren kunt opladen: iCloud en iTunes Welke apps? Ipad Video Lessen | iPad les 1: Speciaal voor senioren! | IPAD VIDEO LESSEN. Op youtube staan er nu maar liefst 6 iPad video lessen beschikbaar voor iedereen! In deze 6 video’s leg ik alvast de absolute basis uit van de iPad. Deze 6 video’s zijn maar een klein deel van mijn video bibliotheek. Op deze manier kun je rustig kennismaken met mijn manier van iPad les geven! Ik maak korte video’s en leg niet teveel in een keer uit.

Zo kun je stap voor stap alles in je eigen tempo leren. In deze blogpost staat alvast de eerste iPad les! In deze iPad les leg ik uit welke knoppen er op de iPad zitten en wat je hier zoal mee kan. iPad Les 1: iPad voor senioren, hoe werken de knoppen op de iPad? <a href=" src=" alt="" width="640" height="460" /><br />Bekijk deze video op YouTube</a> Wat heb ik in deze iPad les uitgelegd? De power knop De home button Volume omhoog en omlaagDe mute knop (geluid helemaal uit of aan) De ingang voor een koptelefoon iPad les voor senioren.

LES 1: iPad voor Senioren. Aging Capriciously | Fads, Foibles, Follies and Myths of Growing Old. Kathy Schrock's iPads4teaching - iPads for Teaching. Moving photos and videos to and from your iPad wirelessly. iPad Academy - Learn How to Use the iPad | Tutorials, Tips & Training. Developing iPad learning workflows for best learning outcomes. Rethinking the approach to learning with an iPad was one of the key points that arose from our recent iPad study tour in Queensland. Many of the schools talked about the development of 'Learning Workflows' where work is created in one app, then built on in another App and so on.

Using the iPad where many Apps are generally single function, requires a different approach to create useful learning outcomes that moves the integration of the iPad in learning from the Subsitution model to the Redefinition model. A very useful explanation with some practical examples of how to achieve a learning workflow in your classroom can be found in the following video by ELearning Laura based on work done at the Apple Teacher Institute 2012 in Cheltenham.

Read the full post with more details at: Elearning Laura - Video iPad lesson workflows Bounty Boulevard State School, one of the schools we toured, also had a very useful handout towards creating a 'Learning Workflow' available from their iPad portal. Teachers iPad Apps. 15 iPad Skills Every Teacher and Student should Have. Check the learning goals below and share with us your feedback. Enjoy 1- My students should be able to create presentations . Here are the apps to help you achieve this goal : Sliderocket Idea Flight3- Slideshark5- SlideGrabber6- Prezi Viewer4- Xavier Presentation 2- My students should be able to create digital stories. 1-StoryKit2- Talking Tom & Ben News3- I Tell a Story4- Scholastic Storia5- Talking Tom Cat6- Toontastic7- Our Story8- Bunsella Bedtimes Story 3- My students should be able to create eBooks . 1- Book Creator for iPad2- eBook Magic3- Demibooks Composer4- Story Patch5- Creative Book Builder 4- My students should be able to print their docs right from their iPad. 1- Epson iPrint2- Print Magic3- ACT Printer4- Doc Printer5- Air Sharing 5- My students should be able to create videos . 1- Animoto Video2- Videolicious3- Vidify app4- ReelDirector5- Magisto6- Super 87- Vintagio8- iMovie 6- I want to Improve my students reading skills. 11- My students should be able to screen share .

11 Ways to Make an Inquiry based Classroom. You became a teacher not to pontificate to trusting minds, but to teach children how to succeed as adults. That idealism infused every class in your credential program and only took a slight bump during your student teacher days. That educator, you figured, was a dinosaur. You’d never teach to the test or lecture for forty minutes of a forty-five minute class. Then you got a job and reality struck. Until the inquiry-based classroom arrived where teaching’s goal was not the solution to a problem, but the path followed.

One step at a time, and here are fifteen you can take. Flip the classroom The night prior to the lesson, have students read the lecture materials so you can spend class time in hands-on discovery. Don’t answer student questions–show them how to do it themselves. When students have questions, you guide them toward answers. Listen when students speak It’s tempting to think you know what students are going to ask/say.

Encourage questions. That’s OK. “Tell me and I’ll forget. Teamleren_de_sleutel_voor_effectief_teamwerk. Charles Jennings on “Unleashing the Full 100%” This post is part of 3 covering my review of the Stimulearning L+D talks of October 2013. The full article was published in Dutch in the Stimulearning magazine, December 2013. Charles Jennings used to be a professor and is attributed with the creation one of the first online learning modules. This happened long before 2013 and sometime after the black and white picture he showed us of him playing guitar (“every waking hour in his 20s”) in the last century.

Taking “the graveyard shift” in our October L+D Talks, Charles introduced the 70:20:10 model and told us that it is time to think differently about organisational learning. Jennings founded the 70:20:10 forum to help learning people develop and share strategies to unleash the huge amount of non-structured non-formal and non-intentional learning that happens in organisations. According to Albert Einstein “learning is experience, everything else is just information”. And if individuals are growing, the network can profit. Like this: The Many Benefits That Come From Using ‘Stay” Interviews. Karen Kocher: KISS and Tell at Cigna. Sometimes the best thing you can have in business is a big, fat KISS, as in, keep it simple, stupid.

A popular phrase coined from a 1960 U.S. Navy project, the acronym has multiple iterations, but its meaning — don’t overcomplicate that which does not need complexity — could be a motto by which learning leaders operate. Karen Kocher, chief learning officer for global health services company Cigna Corp., has made it her mission to tone down learning jargon when making her case to executive stakeholders.

Her method of keeping things simple has helped others not only appreciate learning, but also ensured that it has an effect on business. “Some people can make all this seem very complex, and it’s really not,” she said. That said, keeping things simple doesn’t mean there isn’t a lot going on behind the proverbial wizard’s curtain. To help fulfill that mission, a few years back the company built a capability maturity model. Building a capability takes quite a while.

Teaching with the Brain in Mind. Visible Learning. Best Practices. @magalidep. M-Learning’s dirty little secrets. I have a confession to make. At my workplace a little while ago, I created a smartphone-friendly version of our online induction course. Ownership of smartphones is relatively common in this corner of the world, and a large proportion of our new recruits are Gen Y. So conventional wisdom dictated that a mobile version of the course would be a smash hit. It tanked. But my confession is not that it tanked. You see, when you have been in the e-learning game for as long as I have, you learn a few things that a surprising number of my peers in the broader L&D industry don’t know – or perhaps don’t want to know! This insight bubbled to the surface during my little m-course experiment. To explain why it failed, let me share with you m-learning’s dirty little secrets… SECRET #1. Some may say most people won’t train inside business hours, but let’s remain generous.

The working day is typically defined as Monday to Friday, 9:00am-5:00pm, or thereabouts. SECRET #2. SECRET #3. Oh the quirks! SECRET #4. COGNITIVE AND METACOGNITIVE FACTORS. Learner-centered psychological principles The following 14 psychological principles pertain to the learner and the learning process 1. They focus on psychological factors that are primarily internal to and under the control of the learner rather than conditioned habits or physiological factors. However, the principles also attempt to acknowledge external environment or contextual factors that interact with these internal factors. The principles are intended to deal holistically with learners in the context of real-world learning situations.

Thus, they are best understood as an organized set of principles; no principle should be viewed in isolation. The 14 principles are divided into those referring to cognitive and metacognitive, motivational and affective, developmental and social, and individual difference factors influencing learners and learning. Details available online at 1. 2. The strategic nature of learning requires students to be goal directed. 3. Blits. Learning Methods A to Z. There are SO many ways to approach learning. This post is the beginning of a learning methods A to Z, based on ideas I have been collecting and discussing in various conferences and workshops… If you have ideas, please comment and I will add them! Agenda tracking (time-tracking – see when you are most productive etc..)Assessment Back-channel learning (eg using Twitter # to support non-present learning participants or see for example, LnDDave‘s ASTD2012 ICE back-channel blog page)Blogs (like this one… or related to specific topics, lessons…)BooksBottom-Up Innovation (eg: Kluwer Inspiration Market)BrainstormingBrown Paper SessionsBuddy System (as originally used in diving, climbing etc.. now used in onboarding and induction)Business Games (see also “Serious Games”) Digital libraries, virtual bookshelf (like Shelfari.com)Discussion e-LearningEmailing (communication updates, tips and tricks…)Exercise (eg security drills, fire alarms)Evaluation (thus improving self-knowledge…) Gamification.

An alternate take on the "close reading" standard - @fisher1000 SmartBlogs. The first standard in the College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Reading under the Common Core State Standards for Language Arts says, in part, that students should “read closely to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it.” There has been a national push to get “close reading” into the curriculum in a variety of ways, and much of the new offerings from almost all of the vendors focus on close reading as an essential instructional skill. Let’s take a few steps back and look at this from a more aerial standpoint. We are interpreting this in a slightly biased way, I think, dependent upon the resources we are using and how adherent those resources are to what “close reading” should be.

Consider this: the anchor standard is the ONLY place that the phrase “reading closely” is mentioned; it is not used again in any grade-specific reading standards. I also am not asking questions about everything she reads. Reading is the same. New Version of Blooms Taxonomy for iPad. Questioning Toolkit. Essential Questions These are questions which touch our hearts and souls. They are central to our lives. They help to define what it means to be human. Most important thought during our lives will center on such essential questions. What does it mean to be a good friend? What kind of friend shall I be? Who will I include in my circle of friends? If we were to draw a cluster diagram of the Questioning Toolkit, Essential Questions would be at the center of all the other types of questions. All the other questions and questioning skills serve the purpose of "casting light upon" or illuminating Essential Questions.

Most Essential Questions are interdisciplinary in nature. Essential Questions probe the deepest issues confronting us . . . complex and baffling matters which elude simple answers: Life - Death - Marriage - Identity - Purpose - Betrayal - Honor - Integrity - Courage - Temptation - Faith - Leadership - Addiction - Invention - Inspiration. Why do we have to fight wars? 5 Powerful Questions Teachers Can Ask Students. My first year teaching a literacy coach came to observe my classroom.

After the students left, she commented on how I asked the whole class a question, would wait just a few seconds, and then answer it myself. "It's cute," she added. Um, I don't think she thought it was so cute. I think she was treading lightly on the ever-so shaky ego of a brand-new teacher while still giving me some very necessary feedback. So that day, I learned about wait/think time. Many would agree that for inquiry to be alive and well in a classroom that, amongst other things, the teacher needs to be expert at asking strategic questions, and not only asking well-designed ones, but ones that will also lead students to questions of their own. Keeping It Simple I also learned over the years that asking straightforward, simply-worded questions can be just as effective as those intricate ones. . #1. This question interrupts us from telling too much.

. #2. . #3. . #4. . #5. How do you ask questions in your classroom? Questioning. An Essential Question for Developing Student-Centered Classrooms - Education Week Teacher. Effective Questioning Strategies. Questioning Techniques Questioning is one of the most important dimensions of teaching and learning. It gives tutors the chance to find out what students know and understand, and it allows students to seek clarification and help. There are many types of questions. One dichotomy is the closed vs. open question types. Closed questions require only a yes/no or single answer, factual response, while open questions require students to reflect thoughtfully on the subject. Another way of understanding question types is in terms of lower vs. higher order questions. Some tutors plan key questions ahead of time.

Source: Example Questions Open-ended Comprehension Questions Amplify: “Tell me more about that.” Source: Meyer, E., & Smith L.Z. (1987). Closed-ended Memory Level Questions “What is the acceleration due to gravity?” Source: Gattis, K. (2002). Questioning Techniques: Research-Based Strategies for Teachers — Energy and the Polar Environment.

Questioning techniques are a heavily used, and thus widely researched, teaching strategy. Research indicates that asking questions is second only to lecturing. Teachers typically spend anywhere from 35 to 50 percent of their instructional time asking questions. But are these questions effective in raising student achievement? How can teachers ask better questions of their students? How can current educational research inform practice? Teachers ask questions for a variety of purposes, including: To actively involve students in the lessonTo increase motivation or interestTo evaluate students’ preparationTo check on completion of workTo develop critical thinking skillsTo review previous lessonsTo nurture insightsTo assess achievement or mastery of goals and objectivesTo stimulate independent learning A teacher may vary his or her purpose in asking questions during a single lesson, or a single question may have more than one purpose.

How many questions should a teacher ask? Cotton, K. 1989. Comprehension Strategies - Making connections, questioning, inferring, determining importance, and more. Questioning Strategies. 15 Best Educational Resources Online. Will. Games to support learning: the science behind zondle. Learning in Hand.

50 suggestions for implementing 70-20-10. 70:20:10. Download eXeLearning. 50 really useful iPad. 50 really useful iPad 2 tips and tricks. 17 iPad Tips & Tricks For Beginners. IPAD SITES/APS. iPad, Mac and web apps for academics | academiPad. Lesson Plans. Top 10 iPad Apps for Lesson Planning. On Sarah's iPad. Ways to Evaluate Educational Apps. 50 Must-Have Educational Apps.