Working with the iPad Class Sets
Technology Management and Classroom Activities
Kevin Forgard
Instructional Designer
Brist...
Working with the iPad Class Sets
Technology Management and Classroom Activities
Session Objectives:
• Develop a basic unde...
History of
iPads at BCC
The iPad class set
functioning as a mobile
computer lab
History of iPads at BCC
① Purchased first set of iPads – distributed to
faculty for pilot use – collected feedback
② Purch...
What is mobile learning?
Mobile learning relates
to iPads, iPhones, and all
other tablet computers.
Time for a quiz
What is the name
of the U.S. science
station on the
South Pole?
Amundsen–Scott South Pole Station
What are some things to do in Xi’an China?
What are some things to do in Xi’an China?
Hint: There is no right answer
What is the most powerful tool of
mobile computing devices?
Say Cheese!
Capture
Produce
Disseminate
iPad Distribution Model
Phase One: Get
the iPads in
faculty hands
Phase Two:
Train for
classroom use
Phase Three:
Schedule...
iPad Functionalities
Screencast
Communications
Content delivery
Desktop publishing
Reference
Data/File access
Assessment
Screencast/Lecture Capture
Explain Everything
VoiceThread
Doceri
ScreenChomp
Communications
Twitter
VoiceThread
Skype
Email
College eLearning
Content Delivery
Air Sketch – remote whiteboard
Blogsy
Prezi
Keynote
Discipline Specific
- Astronomy
- Anatomy and
Physiol...
Desktop Publishing/Notetaking
Evernote (and Skitch)
iAnnotate – for pdf
highlighting and
notetaking
Penultimate
iA Writer
...
Assessment
Socrative
(Teacher app lets
you create quizzes
– Student app is
for answering)
Chrome – use to
access Google
to...
Concern: How to get things created
on college iPads to faculty?
Homework
Concern: How to project what’s on
the iPad?
Only 2nd generation and beyond
Concern: Who manages the iPads?
iPad Distribution Model
Phase One: Get
the iPads in
faculty hands
Phase Two:
Train for
classroom use
Phase Three:
Schedule...
Distribution models
1:1 – 1 iPad per student
Bring iPads into class via a cart. Students use for just that class.
Most Pop...
Distribution models
1:group – 1 iPad for group
Only 4 or 5 iPads needed in a class
Distribute for
more classes
Distribution models
1:class – 1 iPad for a class
Instructor uses iPad similar to classroom computer- can pass it around
Si...
Thanks for attending my session!
Kevin Forgard | Instructional Designer
Bristol Community College (BCC)
kevin.forgard@bris...
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    1. 1. Working with the iPad Class Sets Technology Management and Classroom Activities Kevin Forgard Instructional Designer Bristol Community College Presentation available at:
    2. 2. Working with the iPad Class Sets Technology Management and Classroom Activities Session Objectives: • Develop a basic understanding of the concept of mobile learning • Learn the basics of the BCC iPad distribution process • Develop a conceptual understanding of how to use the iPad in a face-to-face class
    3. 3. History of iPads at BCC The iPad class set functioning as a mobile computer lab
    4. 4. History of iPads at BCC ① Purchased first set of iPads – distributed to faculty for pilot use – collected feedback ② Purchased iPad class sets with sync cart ③ Facilitated various training programs ④ Rolled cart into classrooms for initial student use ⑤ Distributed iPads to students in a learning community for a semester (twice) ⑥ Integrated use into some courses ⑦ Continued support of iPads through training
    5. 5. What is mobile learning? Mobile learning relates to iPads, iPhones, and all other tablet computers.
    6. 6. Time for a quiz
    7. 7. What is the name of the U.S. science station on the South Pole?
    8. 8. Amundsen–Scott South Pole Station
    9. 9. What are some things to do in Xi’an China?
    10. 10. What are some things to do in Xi’an China? Hint: There is no right answer
    11. 11. What is the most powerful tool of mobile computing devices?
    12. 12. Say Cheese! Capture Produce Disseminate
    13. 13. iPad Distribution Model Phase One: Get the iPads in faculty hands Phase Two: Train for classroom use Phase Three: Schedule in-class use and support Phase Four: Develop sustainability plan Evaluate and identify useful apps
    14. 14. iPad Functionalities Screencast Communications Content delivery Desktop publishing Reference Data/File access Assessment
    15. 15. Screencast/Lecture Capture Explain Everything VoiceThread Doceri ScreenChomp
    16. 16. Communications Twitter VoiceThread Skype Email College eLearning
    17. 17. Content Delivery Air Sketch – remote whiteboard Blogsy Prezi Keynote Discipline Specific - Astronomy - Anatomy and Physiology
    18. 18. Desktop Publishing/Notetaking Evernote (and Skitch) iAnnotate – for pdf highlighting and notetaking Penultimate iA Writer Dragon dictation – voice to text recorder SimpleMind & Popplet – mind mapping Quickoffice
    19. 19. Assessment Socrative (Teacher app lets you create quizzes – Student app is for answering) Chrome – use to access Google tools such as surveys
    20. 20. Concern: How to get things created on college iPads to faculty? Homework
    21. 21. Concern: How to project what’s on the iPad? Only 2nd generation and beyond
    22. 22. Concern: Who manages the iPads?
    23. 23. iPad Distribution Model Phase One: Get the iPads in faculty hands Phase Two: Train for classroom use Phase Three: Schedule in-class use and support Phase Four: Develop sustainability plan Evaluate and identify useful apps
    24. 24. Distribution models 1:1 – 1 iPad per student Bring iPads into class via a cart. Students use for just that class. Most Popular Approach
    25. 25. Distribution models 1:group – 1 iPad for group Only 4 or 5 iPads needed in a class Distribute for more classes
    26. 26. Distribution models 1:class – 1 iPad for a class Instructor uses iPad similar to classroom computer- can pass it around Similar to classroom desktop
    27. 27. Thanks for attending my session! Kevin Forgard | Instructional Designer Bristol Community College (BCC) kevin.forgard@bristolcc.edu @kforgard www.linkedin.com/in/kevinforgard/
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