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