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Introduction to iPads for Learning

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A short intro to some of the things you should consider when introducing iPads into the classroom.

A short intro to some of the things you should consider when introducing iPads into the classroom.

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  • We’re going to look at the basics of getting to grips with iPads, before we get started we can’t assume the everyone knows how to use an iPad. It’s good practice to do this with any class you introduce ipads to.Some may be new to ipads, Some might just pick up a wee trick or 2And Some might know the device inside outBut, we can’t assume knowledge so we need to provide the basics to make sure everyone’s where we need them to be.
  • There are a huge variety of apps available for the ipad, in this section we’ll hopefully identify some of the apps which may be useful, or some of the areas of interest that you might like to look at when it comes to app types.
  • In this section we’ll look at ipad management for more than one device (devices that you will provide to your students in class). I don’t expect people to be able to do everything in this section but I’d hope that, if you have a set of ipads you might have some knowledge of the options available to you.
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    • 1. An introduction to iPads for Learning Jisc RSC Scotland
    • 2. Margaret McKay John Maguire Advisor: Accessibility & Inclusion Advisor: Learning Technologies An introduction to iPads for Learning Jisc RSC Scotland
    • 3. iPad Orientation John Maguire – Advisor Learning Technologies Margaret McKay - Advisor: Accessibility & Inclusion CC Image courtesy of Sean MacEntee Flickr
    • 4. iPad Orientation Getting to grips with basic iPad operation The iPad is a great table and feels very easy to pick up and use but do you know your way around the basics? » iPad buttons › On/Off, Home, Volume, Mute » Basic operations › Swiping Pages, Creating Folders, Searching for apps, Multi tasking » Additional operations › Settings menu, Control Center, notification CC Image courtesy of Sucello Leilões Virtuais Flickr
    • 5. iPad Accessibility John Maguire – Advisor Learning Technologies Margaret McKay - Advisor: Accessibility & Inclusion CC Image courtesy of Sean MacEntee Flickr
    • 6. iPad Accessibility Getting to grips with basic iPad operation The iPad comes with assistive features that allow people with disabilities an equal experience of iOS. » Accessible Features › Zoom, › Speak auto-text, speak selection, › Larger text, bold text, › VoiceOver, › Siri, › Accessibility shortcut, › Guided access, › Assistive touch, › Switch control. CC Image courtesy of Janitors Flickr
    • 7. Activity Follow the instructions to access features Zoom: 1. Go to settings > general > accessibility > zoom. 2. Turn zoom on and go to home page double tap 3 fingers to move around the screen. 3. Double tap 3 fingers and drag to magnify page. Larger type: 1. Go to settings > general > accessibility > larger type. 2. Turn on larger type and drag the slider to select your preferred reading size. Speak selection: 1. Go to settings > general > accessibility > speak selection. 2. Choose some text on a website and highlight with your finger, click the speak button and 3. listen to the text being read back. Invert Colour: 1. Go to settings > general > accessibility > invert colours. 2. Turn on invert colour and explore your iPad.
    • 8. Useful Apps John Maguire – Advisor Learning Technologies Margaret McKay - Advisor: Accessibility & Inclusion CC Image courtesy of Sean MacEntee Flickr
    • 9. Useful apps Planning and organising This type of app helps individuals to plan and organise their studies. They can be invaluable for students with a wide range of additional support needs where in may cases these skills are weak. » Calendar (built in) » Reminders (built in) » Notification Centre (built in) » Sticky notes » SQA My Study Plan » Mind jet CC Image courtesy of fsse8info Flickr
    • 10. Useful apps Managing information These apps work mostly with RSS feeds and collect together online services and resources that you subscribe to in one place. Resources are presented in a user friendly manner often in a magazine style. » Feedly » Pulse » Flipboard CC Image courtesy of Luke McKernan Flickr
    • 11. Useful apps Note-taking Taking notes is an essential part of studying, iPad apps offer a number of different ways of doing this, ranging from enhanced typed, notes to audio notes and images as notes. » Notes (built in) » Paperportnotes – Case study » Educreations – Case Study » Audio Boo » Audio Note CC Image courtesy of Rameshng Flickr
    • 12. Useful apps Augmented Reality Augmented reality brings together elements of the real world with the virtual world, enhancing what we see with information and other sources. » Wikitude » Acrossair » Blippar Uses in education » LearnAR – Demo Video » Anyone can be a mechanic – Demo Video CC Image courtesy of dmolsen Flickr
    • 13. Useful apps Augmented Reality
    • 14. Useful apps eBooks and eBook Creators eBook readers have a number of very useful tools including bookmarking, highlighting, dictionary definitions, magnification, add notes, change fonts. Enhanced eBooks add to the traditional written word with audio, video and interactions. » iBooks » Our Choice » Man on Moon » Book Creator CC Image courtesy of nikkorsnapper Flickr
    • 15. Managing your iPads John Maguire – Advisor Learning Technologies Margaret McKay - Advisor: Accessibility & Inclusion CC Image courtesy of Sean MacEntee Flickr
    • 16. Managing classroom iPads » Sharing vs. Individual » The classroom workflow » Decisions you need to make › Turning off pre installed apps › Restricting access to areas & functions › Restricting access to content › Locking the iPad to 1 app (Guided) CC Image courtesy of Sean MacEntee Flickr
    • 17. Managing a large group iPads » Apple Configurator › Suited to 10 – 100 devices › Range of admin restrictions › Create a master and copy to all others » Mobile Device Management (MDM) › Sync apps wirelessly › IT doesn’t need to collect up iPads › User needs to accept http://snapguide.com/guides/use-apple-configurator/ CC Image courtesy of blakespot Flickr
    • 18. Purchasing apps Decide how many copies of the app you will need and create an organised deployment plan. Decide which apps go on which iPads. » Decide apps to go on » 1 app per iPad? » Purchase using Apple VPP » Licence codes managed centrally https://volume.itunes.apple.com/gb/store/ CC Image courtesy of {Flixelpix} David Flickr http://www.apple.com/uk/education/volume-purchase-program/faq.html
    • 19. Evaluating Apps John Maguire – Advisor Learning Technologies Margaret McKay - Advisor: Accessibility & Inclusion CC Image courtesy of Sean MacEntee Flickr
    • 20. Evaluating Apps Deciding if an app is right for you and your students The usefulness of an app is dependent on the intended purpose and the student’s needs. If you are thinking of purchasing an app for use in the classroom it is handy to score it. Apps that score low might still be good, but just not for the purpose you’re assessing them. Some areas to consider » Relevance » Ease of use » Sharing of data created
    • 21. Evaluating Apps iTunes Store » Start at the iTunes store » Pay attention to user reviews » Less than 10 reviews many not be enough Image: iTunes store screenshot
    • 22. Evaluating Apps Your criteria http://bit.ly/xug4HV http://bit.ly/HEwviH
    • 23. Evaluating Apps Your criteria http://bit.ly/HFTU3k
    • 24. Today’s resources www.scoop.it/t/tablet-devices-living-learning-productivity http://bit.ly/147ReQc - Shortened link to above Contact details Email: support@rsc-scotland.ac.uk Telephone: 0141 585 0022 Useful links and information John Maguire – Advisor Learning Technologies Margaret McKay - Advisor: Accessibility & Inclusion

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