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iPods -Walden University EDUC 7101
iPods -Walden University EDUC 7101
iPods -Walden University EDUC 7101
iPods -Walden University EDUC 7101
iPods -Walden University EDUC 7101
iPods -Walden University EDUC 7101
iPods -Walden University EDUC 7101
iPods -Walden University EDUC 7101
iPods -Walden University EDUC 7101
iPods -Walden University EDUC 7101
iPods -Walden University EDUC 7101
iPods -Walden University EDUC 7101
iPods -Walden University EDUC 7101
iPods -Walden University EDUC 7101
iPods -Walden University EDUC 7101
iPods -Walden University EDUC 7101
iPods -Walden University EDUC 7101
iPods -Walden University EDUC 7101
iPods -Walden University EDUC 7101
iPods -Walden University EDUC 7101
iPods -Walden University EDUC 7101
iPods -Walden University EDUC 7101
iPods -Walden University EDUC 7101
iPods -Walden University EDUC 7101
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  • Greetings Board of DirectorsAs we have just witness the tools we use to listen to music has changed significantly. Consequently, the tools that we use to educate our children have changed also. My name is LaTonya Simmons and I am here to share with you a new and innovative way of learning with iPods, a small, slim, sleek device packed with endless learning opportunities.
  • Every year since iPods have hit the scene they have presented a new model or generation of a previous model. The anticipation keeps Apple’s customers in suspense. Applehas used a variety of advertising tools to promote its line of iPods. The advertising include television and radio commercials, print ads, the internet, celebrity spokesman and women.
  • Early adopters of iPods progressed through the five stages of The Innovation Decision Process rather quickly and will continue this trend as iPod continues to present new and improved versions of iPods.
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    • 1. Big and Bulkythatis OUT
      Third picture: http://www.pocketcalculatorshow.com/boombox/decline1.html
    • 2. Slim and Sleek that is IN
      Pictures from; http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1353
    • 3. iPods
      Presented by :
      LaTonya Simmons
      Picture retrieved from: http://www.apple.com/ipodnano/
    • 4. Walkman
      1970’s
      Picture retrieved from: http://www.pocketcalculatorshow.com/walkman/history.html
    • 5. Discman
      1970’s
      Late 1980’s
      Moving disc retrieved from: http://www.sevenoaksart.co.uk/ipod.htm
    • 6. MPMan
      1970’s
      Late 1980’s
      1990’s
    • 7. iPods
      1970’s
      Late 1980’s
      1990’s
      2000’s
      The Need
    • 8. Research
    • 9. Concerns
      Clipart retrieved from: http://www.mobiletoones.com/
      browse/free-mobile-wallpapers/s18-animation-wallpapers/f22241-animated-battery-new.html
    • 10. Commercialization
      Picture retrieved frhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IPodom:
    • 11. The Innovation- Decision Process
      Knowledge
      First exposure to the
      innovation but lack
      sufficient information
      Confirmation
      Final decision is made
      whether to continue
      using the innovation
      Decision
      Pros and cons are
      determined and from that
      the innovation will be
      rejected or adopted.
      2001
      1992
      2003
      2007
      2008
      Persuasion
      An interest has
      sparked and now
      information is actively
      seek.
      Implementation
      The usefulness is
      determined and more
      information may be needed.
      Click on each dot for a link with more information
    • 12. S-curve
      Actual iPod Sales
      Chart retrieved from Turley Muller at: financial-alchemist.blogspot.com/2008/04/look...
    • 13. The iGeneration
      Picture Retrieved from: http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://www.webtvwire.com
      Posted in: Advertising, Apple Mobile Video News by Chris Tew on April 7, 2007
    • 14. Intended Audience
      Photographer graurrazvanionut – business man, Photographer: ArvindBalaraman- school boy, Photographer: Andy Newson all pulled from http://www.freedigitalphotos.net/
    • 15. The Need for iPods in Elementary
      Engagement is KEY
      Pictures retrieved from: http://blogs.scholastic.com/classroom_solutions/2010/01/ipod-invasion-energizing-your-students-about-the-use-of-ipods.html
    • 16. Innovators and Early Adopters in the field of Early Childhood Education
      Picture retrieved from: askpang.typepad.com/.../04/microniche_mark.html
    • 17. Laggards
      Imagine by Laura Clark retrieved from
      http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1169085/Schools-pay-18million-compensation-injured-teachers-ONE-year.html#ixzz0urTZVRp7
    • 18. Decentralized Approach
      Picture retrieved from: www.lifeinamatrix.com/wp-content/uploads/2008
      Life in a Matrix by Chris PearsonPodcast Powered by podPress (v8.8)
    • 19. Change Agents
      Media Center Specialist
      Students and teachers that are currently using iPods
      Technology Integrations Specialist
    • 20. Critical Mass
      Picture retrieved from: http://www.apple.com/education/itunes-u/profiles.html
    • 21. Strategies for Adoption
      EXPOSURE
      No PRESSURE
    • 22. Benefits
      The iPods has universal usage
      Portable learning
      Differentiation
      Interactive learning
      The work is already done
      Builds confidence
    • 23.
    • 24. References
      Cop, M. (2010). iPod a history – iPod generation 1 and 2. Retrieved from: http://hubpages.com/hub/iPod_a_history__2
      Kahney, L. (2006). Straight dope on the Ipod's birth. Retrieved from: http://www.wired.com/gadgets/mac/commentary/cultofmac/2006/10/71956?currentPage=1#ixzz0uqmI0Jzt .
      Rosen, L. (2010). Welcome to the iGeneration!. Education Digest: Essential Readings Condensed for Quick Review, 75(8), 8-12. Retrieved from ERIC database.
       
      Ullman, E. (2010). Reaching ELLs with Mobile Devices. District Administration, 46(2), 18. Retrieved from ERIC database.

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