The iPad is for Creating

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Thirty apps in thirty minutes, this is not. Instead, this session will explore the device from a unique, instructional-design problem perspective. After this session, you will be able to shift your …

Thirty apps in thirty minutes, this is not. Instead, this session will explore the device from a unique, instructional-design problem perspective. After this session, you will be able to shift your student’s use of the iPad from a consumer to a producer by tapping into carefully selected apps that elicit creativity and engagement.

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  • How can students collaborate on concept maps and the creation of ideas?
  • How can students collaborate on concept maps and the creation of ideas?

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  • 1. iPad is for Creating Using Apps for Communication and Creativity Jared Mader Director of Educational Technology http://www.slideshare.net/jpmader/ipadcreate
  • 2. Creating the Content for Mobile Devices
  • 3. • Creating the Canvas • Word, PowerPoint, Inspiration, Wikis, Google Docs • Learning to Paint • User Created Content: Podcasts, Movies, Animoto, Mapping • Creative Process • Instructional Design: Be Vague Inspiring Creativity
  • 4. Extending PowerPoint
  • 5. Notesharing
  • 6. PDFs
  • 7. Podcasts
  • 8. Screenshots
  • 9. Delivering the Content for Mobile Devices
  • 10. Web Access
  • 11. URL Truncaters
  • 12. QR Codes • Generators • http://qrcode.kaywa.com/ • http://zxing.appspot.com/generator/ • QR Code Maker App (Free) • Readers • i-nigma • Scan
  • 13. Twitter Feeds • Text Follow “twitteraccount” to 40404
  • 14. Google Drive
  • 15. Apps to Transform the Classroom
  • 16. Why this session? http://www.schrockguide.net/bloomin-apps.html
  • 17. How can students take notes and keep a record of their work.
  • 18. Notes Warehouse
  • 19. Record Keeping
  • 20. Notetaking
  • 21. Drawing/Sketching
  • 22. Practicing
  • 23. How can students collaborate on concept maps and the creation of ideas?
  • 24. Mapping
  • 25. Mapping
  • 26. How can students record audio and video for use later?
  • 27. Audio
  • 28. Movie Making
  • 29. Video Capture
  • 30. How can students mark up video?
  • 31. Video Markup
  • 32. How can students collaborate and comment on other student audio/video products?
  • 33. VoiceThread
  • 34. Practicing
  • 35. How can students edit and annotate photos and make their own content with drawing tools?
  • 36. Editing Images
  • 37. Annotating Images
  • 38. How can students narrate those photos with annotations?
  • 39. Photo Narration
  • 40. How can students make ready- made, ready-edited slideshows?
  • 41. Slideshows
  • 42. I want students to keep a photo diary of their work.
  • 43. Photo Diary
  • 44. Practicing
  • 45. How can students take images and make a creative cartoon?
  • 46. Comic Books
  • 47. Cartooning
  • 48. How can students communicate information through drawing, images and narration?
  • 49. StoryTelling
  • 50. Practicing
  • 51. How can students make a presentation of information with audio, images and drawings.
  • 52. Educreations
  • 53. Doceri
  • 54. What Else?
  • 55. Questions