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23 Things Every Teacher Should Be Able To Do With An iPad Using an iPad is simple due to its intuitive interface, elegant touch interface, and user-friendly operating system. Below we’ve listed 23 different tasks a teacher should be able to perform with their iPad. We’ve tried to focus on the basics, along with some typical tasks a teacher may be required to complete. And let us know which important ones we’ve missed below on twitter or facebook. 1. Power button; long press and plug it in. 2. Apple has you covered: “To redeem an iTunes Gift Card or Gift Certificate, click the Redeem link in iTunes, enter the code on the card or certificate into the Redeem Code box on the page, and click the Redeem button. 3. For reference, check Apple’s help page, or Appducate’s page for some troubleshooting tips. 4. And this probably means social media messages, too. 5. This one is simple provided you’ve got an iTunes account. 6. 7. Just as you organize your books, magazines, clothes, and holiday decorations, organizing your apps isn’t a bad idea either. 8. 9.

Teknik & Trender - Göteborgs-Posten Jo, det går att hämta appar utan att koppla in ett kreditkort. Många som fått iphone eller ipad i julklapp, framför allt ungdomar, har inget kreditkort och kommer inte vidare när de försöker skapa ett konto för att komma in i App store. Men det går även utan kreditkort. Ett sätt är att sätta in pengar i förväg. Det går att köpa presentkort i Pressbyrån, eller från ett annat konto i Itunes. Då får du skrapa fram en kod som du skriver in när du skapar kontot i App store eller Itunes Store. Men det går även utan att koppla in några pengar alls. Du skapar ett nytt konto i Itunes i datorn. Det finns för mac och Windows. Klicka på Itunes store i vänsterkanten. Kolla i övre högra hörnet att ingen redan är inloggad. Men du ska inte logga in nu, utan klicka på App store. Där väljer du en gratis app, vilken som helst, och väljer att ladda ner den till datorn. Då får du upp en ruta som uppmanar dig att logga in eller skapa nytt konto. Klicka på Skapa nytt konto. Sen fyller du i formuläret som kommer.

Save Webpages as PDF in Safari on iPad without Third-Party Apps Apple’s App Store contains quite a significant number of quality iPad apps for PDF viewing, editing, annotation and organization. Hence, it is logical to save webpages as PDF for reference purposes. Without using any third-party app, webpages can be easily and quickly saved as PDF from within Safari. Follow the steps below to create a bookmarklet (a bookmark having Javascript code) that can then be used to save any webpage as PDF. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. javascript:pdf_url=location.href;location.href=' Done and ready to use! To save a webpage as pdf, simply tap Convert to PDF from Safari toobar. This bookmarklet utilizes the online pdf conversion service from pdfmyurl.com.

Skriva ut från iPad - En utvärdering av utskriftsappar Utskriftsalternativ Det finns olika sätt att skriva ut ifrån sin iPad: På en Airprint-skrivareMed hjälp av en AppVia sin dator AirPrint En variant är att investera i en AirPrint-skrivare. De kan man antingen ansluta till befintligt nät (vilket inte alla IT-avdelningar går med på) eller så låter man bli. Appar Jag har testat ett antal appar som säger sig kunna göra så att man kan skriva ut direkt till nätverksskrivare. Jag har angett iPad-priset, men det kan vara värt att köpa iPhone-versionen. Via dator Vissa appar stödjer utskrift via dator. Testade appar Sammanfattning I App Store finns över 700 st ”print-appar”. Många skolor har 1-1. Men om man måste så är det en del man skall tänka på: Är det bara jag, eller är det många som skall skriva ut? Frågorna är många, därför har jag svårt att rekommendera en universallösning. Min favorit är PageScope Mobile for iPhone/iPad. Av betalapparna tycker jag bäst om PrintCentral Pro.

Använd potentialen hos din iPad till mer än appar Inspirerande sätt att arbeta med iPad. Fungerar både på stora och små barn. Jag läste en intressant artikel på Skolverket om ”hur digitala medier förändrar villkoren för ungas språklärande”. Språkläraren och forskaren Sylvi Vigmo säger i sin avhandling från våren 2010 att: Den snabbt växande tillgången på digitala medier förändrar ungas möjligheter och villkor för att lära sig språkDet ligger en stor utmaning för skolan när det gäller användningen av it i undervisningen.Det handlar om att utveckla användningen och nå bortom den upptäckarglädje och entusiasm som ofta finns när lärare och skolor börjar använda nya former av digital teknik.Sylvi Vigmo menar att språklärare ofta är mycket duktiga när det gäller att utveckla spännande arbetsuppgifter. Källor: Håller du med? Hilbert Center – ‘We Create’ from Doug Stotts on Vimeo. Relaterade Webbverktyg en del av skolans vardag?

iPads in Education - Exploring the use of iPads and mobile devices in education. Creating and Managing Digital Portfolios – iPads in Education Polls continually reveal that employers are more interested in what you can do over what you studied and traditional resumes are slowly giving way to digital portfolios as the primary gauge of your employability. A portfolio is both a container and a presentation platform for your best work - whether that be written pieces, photography, videos, presentations, performances or anything else. There's no better place than school to start developing that portfolio. Many software systems have a "portfolio feature" but you'll want to carefully consider your goals before jumping into the water. A. What are you storing and where will you keep it? B. Who will be able to see it? C. Who will be able to edit it? D. Will it work on all computers and devices? E. What system will you use to manage it? With that in mind, let's take a look at a few tools for creating and managing student portfolios. 1. 2. Use the Share/Open In feature to send content to Google Drive 3.

The 4 Apps Needed To Run A One iPad Classroom If you don’t have the luxury of a 1:1 classroom or even a 10:1 classroom then you might want to sit down. I have some seriously shocking news that you might not be adequately ready to hear. Ready? Sitting? Here goes: you only need one iPad to have an effective connected classroom. Wait, that wasn’t even the big one. You only need four apps to run a one iPad classroom. The idea is simple. As you can see, it’s quite easy to integrate these apps into one cohesive flow. Next, start getting familiar with your newest friend, Evernote.

How to be a TERRIBLE iPad Teacher | teachingwithipad The following is a list, written in the first-person, of ideologies or stances from a Terrible iPad Teacher: 1. I own an iPad and I use it in class. I am, therefore, an effective Twenty-First century educator . 2. 3. 4. Above: A search for “Education” in the App store yields over 10,000 results. 5. 6. Above: Explain Everything records visual and audio for your classes Above: Haiku Deck offers beautiful (and free!) 7. 8. Above: While the pre-installed apps on an iPad are great, there is just so much more available 9. 10. All of us have been guilty of at least some of the list at least once. Further reading: iPads: Creation vs. iPad is right for PE! iPaddiction: Creation Apps Used on the iPad Do you have any other tips for iPad teachers? Did you like this post? Authors: Steve Lai ( @sly111 ) is a French Teacher from Richmond, British Columbia, Canada in his twelfth year of teaching. Like this: Like Loading...

A Day in the Life of an iPad Student | syded 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’. 7.55 am: Find seat on bus and use famous ‘inside PE shirt, inside bag’ technique to play Temple Run on iPad. 8.25 am: Arrive at school and remind friends that the ‘iPad lost it’ excuse doesn’t work. 8.45 am: Registration and while we are answering our names the ‘iPad teacher‘ comes in to remind us about sharing folders in Dropbox and how to use the Edmodo conversation wall. 9.05 am: First lesson and we have to do a quiz straight away. 10.05 am: Second lesson and the teacher tells us off for getting our iPads out. 3.30 pm: Hometime and I’m glad to get on the bus.

A Day in the Life of an iPad Teacher | syded 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. 7.20 am: Plug iPad into car stereo and load ‘Driving’ playlist. 8.00 am: Deal with overflowing inbox on iPad whilst waiting for school computer to load. 8.25 am: Contemplate handing in resignation as only free period of the day has become a history cover with year 10. 8.45 am: Take staff briefing notes on iPad and share with form group on Edmodo before walking to classroom. 9.10 am: Lesson one with year 7 and they are all excited to share their completed projects. 10.10 am: Lesson two starts with a mild panic as projector isn’t working. 11.10 am: Break-time and the slow walk around the playground begins. 6.30 pm: Stay in car and check twitter. 11.15 pm: Fall asleep.

There is More to iPads in the Classroom Than Apps  In a previous post, Evaluating Apps with Transformative Use of the iPad in Mind, I describe my ambivalence about teacher asking my for the “perfect” app to teach this or that. I have teachers ask me frequently about app recommendations for different subject areas.“What app could I use to teach subtraction?”“What app would you recommend for my students to practice writing?”“I want to use iPads in my Science class. What app is good for that?” In a recent article, titled ” How the iPad Can Transform Classrooms” by Ben Johnson on Edutopia, raises awareness of the difference between using the iPad as a way to teach students versus the iPad as a tool to learn for students. The lesson planning questions I hope my teachers will learn to ask will change from “How can I teach this content?” He calls for the paradigm shift in seeing the iPad as a TOOL TO THINK WITH: images used with permission from Andrea Hernandez @edtechworkshop You can download all four images as a pdf. Related 27. 15. 20.

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