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Itunes Ipod101 Math

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This is a basic intro to your new iPod and iTunes along with special attention to free math content for your iPod in the iTunes store.

This is a basic intro to your new iPod and iTunes along with special attention to free math content for your iPod in the iTunes store.

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    • 1. iTunes and your iPod Spring Math Summit February 28, 2009 Reagan High School Houston Independent School District
    • 2. What is a podcast?
        • A podcast is a multimedia file that can be distributed by subscription (usually free) over the Internet.
        • Files can be played by anything that will play an audio or video file i.e. cellphone, computer, mp3 player, iPod, etc.
    • 3. Types of podcasts
        • Audio Podcasting – speech and sounds only
        • Enhanced Podcasting – audio with images or slides
        • Video Podcasting (Vodcast) – a full video with audio
    • 4. Why use podcasts?
      • Professional enrichment
        • Teaching with Smartboard - Grades 6-12 Math
        • Using the Equation Editor in Word - http://deimos3.apple.com/WebObjects/Core.woa/Feed/usf.edu.1273012993.01410137977
      • Content for remediation or extension
      • Absent student review
    • 5. Why use podcasts?
      • Show procedures, processes, reflective questions
      • Student projects - The Adventures of Dr. negative and Ms. Positive
      • weekly logic puzzle, lesson review, vocabulary, flash cards, etc.
    • 6. Math Content – Reinforce & Extend
      • Calculus - video
      • Adding Integers - video
      • Math Tutor - great for enrichment
      • Math Grad - short lessons on basic math
      • Math Factor – math conversations and puzzles
      • Math Mutation – fun interesting and just plain weird corners of mathematics
      • Miss Davis Math Magic – 6 th grade Math
      For links to these resources see houstonisdcia.blogspot.com
    • 7. Find your own Good Stuff
      • Select iTunes U.
      • Put in your search term.
    • 8. Navigation and Viewing Navigate back, forward and home. Change the way content appears.
    • 9. Get it Free! Sort by price by clicking on the header.
    • 10. Read Your Results Even when searching for podcasts apps or other items appear in the results. Often a video podcast will specify that in the title.
    • 11. Save your podcasts
      • Search for relevant content
      • Click subscribe or get episode
      • Go to your Podcast and listen to downloaded content
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    • 12. Downloading from the web
      • iTunes shows you that something is being downloaded.
      • When finished the number of podcasts you’ve downloaded will appear.
    • 13. See your podcasts
      • Click on Podcasts in iTunes to see the podcasts you’ve downloaded.
    • 14. Get to know your iPod
      • Hold Switch
      • Click Wheel
      • Center Button
      • Play/pause
      • Menu
      • Forward/back
      • Dock connector
      • Headphones port
    • 15. Move podcasts to your iPod
      • Note:
        • Sync manually if you use more than one computer.
        • Sync automatically only if you are a single computer user.
    • 16. Move podcasts to your iPod
    • 17. Drag podcasts to your iPod
    • 18. Always eject your iPod before removal
    • 19. Connect to a different computer
      • When you change computers, your iPod will ask if you want to sync – try it. All your podcasts will be gone and replaced with the ones on the new computer.
      • Manually managing your files is necessary if you use more than one computer with your iPod.
    • 20. Appendix
      • Where to find this presentation and resources
      • How to find and install iTunes
    • 21. Find this presentation and other resources
      • houstonisdcia.blogspot.com
    • 22. Downloading and Installing iTunes Spring Math Summit February 28, 2009 Reagan High School Houston Independent School District
    • 23. Getting iTunes Go to the following web address: http://www.apple.com/itunes/download/
    • 24. Download iTunes
      • Uncheck the boxes and click the blue button
      • It is unnecessary to put in your email address.
    • 25. Save the file Click Save Save it on your desktop.
    • 26. Install
      • Close your browser window
      • Double-click on the file iTunesSetup
      • Follow the program prompts to install the iTunes software
    • 27. If you need assistance, call or email Marty Daniel [email_address] For campus professional development, call or email Pam Anderson [email_address]
    • 28.  

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