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Using Bluetooth headsets and keyboards with iPad - Apple Support You can use iPad with many Bluetooth accessories1, including stereo headphones, headsets, and keyboards. Here are basic setup and troubleshooting suggestions for using Bluetooth accessories with iPad. Before you can use a Bluetooth accessory, you'll need to pair it with your iPad. About pairing a Bluetooth accessory Pairing configures iPad to work with a specific Bluetooth accessory. You can configure and use multiple Bluetooth accessories simultaneously, allowing you to use a Bluetooth keyboard while listening to music on your Bluetooth headphones.

Interactive ICT resources for schools What2Learn provides a wealth of resources for teaching ICT as a separate subject. It will also help you to integrate ICT right across the curriculum. Designed by a winner of three national teaching awards and based on quality educational materials provided by the Pearson Publishing Group, What2Learn provides a resource that can be used in ICT lessons throughout the year and intensively at revision times. At Key Stage 4 we have many general resources to develop student understanding of ICT hardware, software, applications and theory.

The Differentiator Try Respondo! → ← Back to The Differentiator Wire the World If you’re ever unsure about the working status of a well known website such as Twitter or Facebook, check out Down Right Now to see if it’s up or having technical issues. It’s a great resource to keep you in the know instead of sitting there refreshing or wondering if your network is having issues. What to do if Down Right Now itself goes down? The HTG Guide to Using a Physical Keyboard With Your iPad or iPhone iPads come with touch keyboards, but there’s nothing stopping you from connecting a good old fashioned physical keyboard and typing on that. Apple even shipped a keyboard dock for the original iPad. iPads and iPhones don’t support mice, so you can’t couple your Bluetooth keyboard with a Bluetooth mouse.

Best tools and practices for concept mapping Last summer my interest in concept mapping was renewed when I read How Learning Works by Susan Ambrose et al.. At several points in the book they encourage higher educators to use concept maps. It has taken me a while to follow up but, with a little help from the POD List, here we go. International Journal of Mobile Learning and Organisation (IJMLO This site uses some unobtrusive cookies to store information on your computer. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies. We use cookies to store sessions in order to provide an interactive and personal experience to our website users.

An Incredible Way To Teach Music Using iPads In The Classroom [Video] What happens when you take a classroom of students, add 24 iPads as well as sound recording gear and then throw in a live band? A pretty catchy song that gives you hope for the future of music in the digital age. Sounding like a professionally recorded and mixed track, Neil Johnston of Store Van Music (UK), created the song in a british classroom as you can see in the video below.

iPad: Use Keyboard Shortcuts with Bluetooth Keyboard If you are using a Bluetooth keyboard on your iPad device, you should take advantage of the keyboard shortcuts for quicker access to copy, cut, paste, undo, redo, and other commands. Command + C : Copy Selected TextCommand + V : PasteCommand + X: Cut Selected Text Command + Z: UndoCommand + Shift + Z: Redo Command + Delete: Delete everything to the left of the cursor on the current lineOption + Delete: Delete the word to the left of the cursor Command + Up Arrow: Go to top of documentCommand + Down Arrow: Go to bottom of documentCommand + Left Arrow: Go to beginning of current lineCommand + Right Arrow: Go to end of current line

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