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    • Visual education Audiovisual education Learning theories ID education IT education
    • What is iPad ?!! The iPad is a book-sized, touch screen computing device.This 1.5 pound device has a surface that isa single piece of multi-touch glass with only one physical button.
    • Like iPhone and iPod Touch, the iPad is controlled by a multitouch display—a departure from most previous tablet computers, which used a pressure-triggered stylus—as well as a virtual onscreen keyboard in lieu of a physical keyboard. The iPad uses a Wi- Fi data connection to browse the Internet, load and stream media, and install software. Some models also have a 3G wireless data connection which can connect to HSPA data networks. The device is managed and synced by iTunes on a personal computer via USB cable.
    • Apple released the first iPad in April2010, and sold 3 million of the devices in 80 days. During 2010, Apple sold 14.8million iPads worldwide, representing 75percent of tablet PC sales at the end of 2010. By the release of the iPad 2 in March 2011, more than 15 million iPads had been sold — more than all other tablet PCs combined.
    • Steven Paul "Steve" Jobs(born February 24, 1955)is an American businessmagnate and inventor. He is the co-founder and chief executiveofficer ofApple Inc.Jobs also previously served aschief executive of Pixar AnimationStudios; he became a member ofthe board of directorsof The Walt Disney Company in2006On March 2, 2011 Steve Jobs madean appearance at the iPad 2 launchevent.
    • The iPad battery canlast an entire school day.
    • With just a few taps, you can print your reports, documents, email, and photos right from your iPad to AirPrint-enabled printers over Wi- Fi.2 There’s no software to download, no drivers to install, and no cables to connect. AirPrintPrint everything wirelessly
    • How The iPad Helps You At School•Keep track of your class schedules•Keep track of when assignments are due•Take notes and share them with others•Study for your class subjects•Take a break and have fun•Keep in touch with Email and Social Networking(Twitter/Facebook)•Write papers•Read books•Enjoy movies and music (for some downtime)•Extend your learning
    • How The iPad Helps You At SchoolWrite and edit essays using pages.Create and share presentations using KeynoteGather research by searching the webCreate artwork using Sketch-upExplore the night sky using StarWalkTake quizzes using eClickerRead books using iBooksLean to read music using the TabToolKit
    • How to Use the iPad in the ClassroomWith so much buzz being created by the iPad, educators are beginning to explore ways the handy device can be utilized in the classroom. Students are very technologically savvy and the introduction of the iPad into the educational environment may be a way to ignitestudent excitement for learning. The iPad is portable and easy to use, and there are a variety of ways that it can be incorporated into classroom activities. With the iPads ever-growing list of apps and capabilities, schools may soon be looking to make the iPad a staple in every classroom.
    • iPad in the ClassroomTechnology helps enhance thelearning experience. An Apple iPadLearning Lab provides flexible andconvenient access to technology,easily transforming any classroominto a digital learning environment.
    • iPad in theClassroom and theWith Video mirroringApple Digital AV Adapter(sold separately), your HDTVor HD projection screenbecomes a bigger version ofyour iPad. Students can seethe iPad display and everytap, swipe, and flick of yourfinger — even when yourotate from portrait tolandscape. Video mirroringmakes it possible to teachusing educational iPadapps, movies, videos, and
    • Instructions things youll need: iPad •1Purchase a set of iPads for the class. Schools should beable to get a discount for purchasing the iPad in bulk. Itmay actually cost less than purchasing textbooks.Textbooks can be uploaded to the iPad for students toread. Rather than students carrying a book bag full ofheavy textbooks, they would have access to all the booksthey need on one handy device.
    • Instructions things youll need: iPad •2Students can take notes using the iPad. Using a stylus,students write notes in the iPads note-taking application.The program then converts the hand written notes toa computer font. Then the notes can be saved by date,subject or keyword for later review. This can eliminatemessy, disorganized notebooks and students losing classnotes.
    • Instructions things youll need: iPad •3Allow students to do research using the iPad. With accessto the Internet, students can easily use the iPad toresearch topics discussed in the classroom. Teachers canrefer students to online materials to reinforce educationalconcepts.
    • Instructions things youll need: iPad •4Download subject-specific apps. The Apple app storeoffers a variety of apps that are perfect for theclassroom. With mathgames and flash cards, just toname a few, teachers will be sure to find numerous appsthat will suit their instructional needs.
    • Games are a great way tomotivate students to study practice
    • Examples of iPadEducation Applications
    • Maps of World"Maps of World" is a fun and educational collection of high-resolution historical maps. Check it out to keep up withyour history, learn something about history.
    • Math Cards Quick quizzes in basic math for iPad touch.Improve math skill with the built-in lessons onarithmetic, percentage, and letter grades.
    • Dictionary.co m The free Dictionary.com app delivers trusted reference content from Dictionary.com and Thesaurus.com.. The app includes nearly 2,000,000 words, definitions, synonymsand antonyms. It also features audio pronunciation, voice-to- text search and Dictionary.com’s popular
    • iBooks iBooks is an amazing way to download and read books.iBooks includes the iBookstore, where you can download the latest best-selling books or your favorite classics – dayor night. Browse your library on a beautiful bookshelf, tap a book to open it, flip throughpages with a swipe or a tap, andbookmark or add notes to your favorite passages.
    • On this day"On this day…" is a stylishcalendar that lets you viewhistorical events, birth and death dates on your iPad touch.
    • LearningDisabilities Discover how to recognize if your child really has a learning disability. This guide examines different types of learning disabilities and explores the unique challenges toliving and dealing with each
    • Grammar UpAn application works on improving grammarskills and you can test your self by using it.
    • The MathMaster Practice makes perfect, andMath Master Free makes mathspractice fun. Now your child can learn toadd, subtract, multiply, divide, a nd more.... Match each sum tile with its correct solution tile in the fastest time. Along with Math skills; memory and speed play a big part in thisgame, making it more challenging
    • Word Magic
    • MusicReader MusicReader is a digital music stand app for the Apple iPad. It make it possible to: - View your PDF sheet music - Catalog your PDF sheet music