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  • 425,000 Apps available100,000 iPad Apps30% are free15 Billion Downloads200 million iOS users in 90 countriesIf you want to put the number of downloads into perspective, think about this. Apple announced the 10 billionth download back in January. In the past 5 months, Apple has seen over 5 billion apps downloaded from its App Store. That’s half of the downloads from the entire 2 and a half years that the App Store had been open.Today’s release did not give any details on the split between free and paid apps, but it did say that Apple has paid developers more than $2.5 billion over the past 3 years. This would suggest that developers earned about $.16 per download.
  • In education, three key technology-related shifts are underway that shows this to be an idea whose time has finally come.The first involves shifting computers from school tech labs to classrooms and from classrooms to pupils’ backpacks. The second replaces books and print-based analogues with online curricula and digital content. The third removes one-size-fits all, teacher-at-front-of-the room instructional approaches in favour of personalised lessons, assessments, and instructional modalities."Global education strategist Dr Mark Westo
  • Helping students learn (why am I doing this?) and to gauge student progress (How do I know it is working?)
  • Greg
  • GregSummary
  • Enhancement to Transformation
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    • 1. Introduction
      to the iPad
      in Special Education
    • 2. Greg O’Connor
      Education Services Manager, Spectronics
    • 3.
    • 4. iPad
    • 5. “Every new literacy changes the way we think about the world. The alphabet did this to oral cultures. Cheap books did it after Gutenberg. Mobile, interactive multimedia technologies are doing it in our time. As educators are we up to the challenge?”
      Pat Clifford, Galileo Educational Network
    • 6. Introduction to the iPad
      • The iPad
      • 7. Accessibility
      • 8. The Classroom
    • iPad Resources
      www.spectronicsinoz.com/blog/apple
    • 9.
    • 10. The iPad
    • 11.
    • 12.
    • 13.
    • 14. iTunes
    • 15.
    • 16. Accessibility
      • Settings
      • 17. Pointers, keyboards & keyguards
      • 18. App embedded assistive technology
      • 19. Switch access
    • Switch Access
      Switch Box
      by Therapy Box
      Blue2 Bluetooth Switch
      By AbleNet
    • 20. The Classroom
    • 21. Management
      Bretford PowerSync Cart for iPad
      By Apple
    • 22. Accessories
    • 23. Accessories
    • 24. Assistive Technology
      • Communication / AAC
      • 25. Visual Supports
    • Teaching and Learning
    • 26. Assessment
    • 27.
    • 28.
    • 29. Rubrics
      http://learninginhand.com/
      http://treetops.org.au/groups/ipadagogy/
    • 30. Student
      Environment
      Tasks
      Tools
      www.joyzabala.com
    • 31.
    • 32. SAMR Model (Ruben Puentedura)
      4-level approach to selecting, using, and evaluating technology in education
    • 33. Redefinition
      Technology allows for the creation of new tasks, previously inconceivable
      Modification
      Technology allows for significant task redesign
      Technology acts as direct tool substitute, with functional improvement
      Augmentation
      Substitution
      Technology acts as direct tool substitute, with no functional improvement
    • 34. Critical Decisions
      • Assessment tools
      Then….
      • Setting Options
      • 35. Content management & editing tools
      • 36. Data Tracking / Reporting
    • Curriculum
    • Transformational
      • Differentiation / UDL
      • 40. Portability
      • 41. Convergence
      Gray & Silver-Pacuilla (2011) Breakthrough Teaching and Learning
    • 42. Thanks.
    • 43. http://gregoconnor.wikispaces.com
      http://twitter.com/gregoconnor
      http://delicious.com/ocgreg
      Email: grego@spectronics.com.au

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