Teaching with Tablets and Pads

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Answers to your questions + tips, tricks and resources for teaching in higher education with tablets and pads.

Answers to your questions + tips, tricks and resources for teaching in higher education with tablets and pads.

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  • 1. Teaching with Tablets and Pads Fred Feldon, Eric Wilson, Chau Tran & Josh Levenshus Summer Institute, July 25, 2014 Coastline College
  • 2. 2-Minute Sample Video
  • 3. Decisions, Decisions Low-Cost Tablet vs True Computer
  • 4. Decisions, Decisions Low-Cost Input Device vs True Computer
  • 5. Decisions, Decisions Convertible vs Pure Slate?
  • 6. Decisions, Decisions Journal vs OneNote?
  • 7. Decisions, Decisions Wired vs Wireless VGA?
  • 8. Unleash the Power of your Tablet • Inking Your Lectures – Click and Drag TI Screen Shots – Print to Acrobat PDF • Using the Handwriting Tool – Type, Character-Write, Free-Flow Write • Tablet-Specific Programs – Journal, OneNote, Sticky Note • Annotating Files – Word, PowerPoint, Print Screen, SnagIt • In the Classroom – AC Power, Internet, VGA connection – Plan Ahead!
  • 9. Inking Your Lectures
  • 10. Inking Your Lectures
  • 11. Inking Your Lectures
  • 12. Inking Your Lectures
  • 13. Tips to Survive and Thrive with EdTech
  • 14. Tips to Survive and Thrive with EdTech • Give yourself permission to be childlike • Being good at using the tools will be a process of trial and error • Give yourself time to explore freely • Learn by doing • Learning new hardware and software should be a shared social experience including with your students! • Don’t blame yourself if something doesn’t seem to work right. It might not be you
  • 15. Tips to Survive and Thrive with EdTech • Give yourself permission to be childlike • Being good at using the tools will be a process of trial and error • Give yourself time to explore freely • Learn by doing • Learning new hardware and software should be a shared social experience including with your students! • Don’t blame yourself if something doesn’t seem to work right. It might not be you • Growth through failure—you can’t be perfect at something you’ve never done before • Don’t focus on the tools. Focus instead on the learning outcomes • Be open and aware: The 21st century classroom will present unforeseen opportunities for further learning for both you and your students! Derral Garrison, Master Teacher, HP Teacher in Residence, June, 2014
  • 16. Show Me the Power!
  • 17. Show Me the Power! …Then “Take It Away” Eric, Chau and Josh!
  • 18. THE IPAD…THE RIGHT CHOICE FOR ME… Eric Wilson
  • 19. The Apple iPad • It is a Toy • It is a Book • It is a Music Player • It is a Movie Theater • It is a Computer Add On • It is my Secretary • It is my Buddy
  • 20. iPad Office
  • 21. iPad Journal Evernote Microsoft OneNote
  • 22. Notes Handwriting
  • 23. iPad for Accessories Remote Mouse AirDisplay TwelveSouth HoverBar
  • 24. iTeacherBook
  • 25. Textbook Updated!
  • 26. iPad Class Interactions
  • 27. Word on Flash Cards • Many of you know Quizlet, FlashCards Deluxe, and other flash card software • Caution – Recently discovered to help with cheating – Test questions and answers uploaded • Each class and teacher is different
  • 28. Thank You Questions or comments? ffeldon@coastline.edu This presentation is available to download at http://www.slideshare.net/ffeldon