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How we're using our ipad

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A brief overview of the apps we're using on our iPads.

A brief overview of the apps we're using on our iPads.

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  • 1. How were using our iPad
  • 2. Corkulous• A mind mapping tool• Allows you to gather ideas, contacts and To Dos in one easily viewable and editable space• Am using for initial planning - gathering ideas together.• You can colourcode post its to identify areas where you are using key competencies.• Can get students to keep track of planning on it, then blast up to the board.
  • 3. To do• to do organiser list• Syncs with Corkulous• Lists can be project based.• You can use the free service toodledo to sync these to the web and to your other devices.• Also syncs with class notes app.
  • 4. Noterize• Open a PDF document in this, and you can use the mark up tools to draw on it, highlight items or attach notes to it.• You could use this to mark students work, then return it to them.
  • 5. Guardian Eyewitness• Photo of the day from the Guardian.• Use to discuss current events and composition with students.• Free.
  • 6. Course Notes• A note taking app. Particularly good for students organising their work.• Includes a subject lexicon for each subject for storing subject specific vocab.• Links to To Do.• Email notes or share online.
  • 7. Attendance• Take rolls• Email reports• Take notes of handouts - you can tell if a student was there when it was handed out.• Added functionality coming will allow you to note behaviour issues lesson by lesson.
  • 8. Flipboard• Allows you to flip though your Twitter, Facebook or other interest fields.
  • 9. NPR• Streams NPR.• You can add items of interest to a playlist to listen to later.
  • 10. Two Screens• Annotate a webpage / photo or just conntect to whiteboard and use as a smart board.• Great for demonstrating composition in a photograph - sort of thing youd normal do on a projector, but now you can save it afterwards and upload it to the intranet.• Heap of extra functionality not explored yet.
  • 11. Getting documents on• In an ideal world you would simply use Dropbox.• Still having issues with this with proxy settings.• Alternative - email to the iPad or upload / use through Google Docs. Google Docs functionality is limited on the iPad though.
  • 12. iBrainstorm
  • 13. Syncing calendars• Use Google Sync to link calendars.• You can sync up to 25 different calendars.
  • 14. Links to hook up with Google• Set up your Apple Device to sync Calendars, Mail & Contacts• Choosing which calendars to sync
  • 15. Other subject areas - art• These would be amazing in an art history or art classroom.• A couple of these would allow easy access for students to high quality reproductions.• Besides specific apps such as Art Authority, there are also free apps from museums such as MoMA.
  • 16. Photoshop Express• A free app that allows you to do simple photo editing tasks such as crop and rotate.
  • 17. Keynote• A paid app based on Keynote for Mac.• Super easy to grab images off Internet and paste into a document to discuss.