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This iPad Camp presentation is used to introduce teachers to the basic functions of the device as well as how to manage the devices in the classroom (e.g. setting restrictions, reviewing apps, ...

This iPad Camp presentation is used to introduce teachers to the basic functions of the device as well as how to manage the devices in the classroom (e.g. setting restrictions, reviewing apps, creating task cards & iLessons, submitting student work, etc...).

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  • iPad CampA techchef4uProduction ©2011. Lisa Johnson. All rights reserved.Permission to reproduce for classroom use granted TechChef4U.com
  • Lisa Johnson Linkedin: http://www.linkedin.com/in/ ljohnson79 Twitter: ComputerExplore Google+: Blog Talk Radio & iTunes: “Appy Hours 4 U” Blog: www.techchef4u.com
  • iPad BasicsSlide to unlockSpotlight searchOrientationCreating FoldersWeb clipsScreenshotsSettingsNew Features in iOS5
  • Restrictions Why have restrictions? Do we want restrictions to be fluid? Standard 4 digit code •
  • RestrictionsSuggested Restrictions: YouTube Off FaceTime Off iTunes (turns of Ping automatically) Turn off Allow Installing & Deleting Apps Accounts: don’t allow changes Turn off In-App purchase Adjust content age limits as appropriate Turn off multi-player games & adding friends
  • iCloud Settings Suggested iCloud Settings: Mail: Off Contacts: Off Calendars: Off Reminders: Off Bookmarks: Off Notes: Off Photo Stream: Off Documents & Data: Off Find My iPad: On Storage & Backup: iCloud Backup Off
  • Mail, Contacts, Calendar Suggested Settings: Fetch New Data: Turn Push Off Load Remote Images Off Confirm Signature is Set
  • More FeaturesSuggested Settings: Twitter: Do Not Create New Account Safari: Private Browsing Off Video: Closed Captioning On Photos: Photo Stream Off (will also be restricted/locked down in iCloud)
  • Device Management# all devices# backgrounds on devicesremove unnecessary accessoriescarts (security and management)same student receives devicecheck in and out each periodadd apps/folder to dock for quick accesscustom email signature for devicemonitor devices (no signing in to an account or in a different app)
  • Class Management: Planning task cards recording sheets focused activities alternate activity prepared extension activities A Techchef4u iLesson
  • Reviewing Apps App Review Forms Considerations: Lite/Free: Do I need to buy an app? Ratings, Screenshots, Descriptions, Reviews App Review Process Kathy Schrock Evaluation Form
  • Be Cautious: Preselect & Preview Ads Inappropriate Content (sometimes not age- appropriate) In-App Purchases How and Where is work being published? Updates Check out our “Cautionary Apps” episode in iTunes from “Appy Hours 4 U” show
  • Student Products Videos can be emailed, uploaded to YouTube (consider AUP and privacy settings), or saved to Photo roll Compile videos in iMovie or Splice Video Editor to create one complete project Talking Heads: Sums of 10 A Carnazzo Creation Puppet Pals Doubling
  • App Approval Process Teacher: completes form App Approver: approves/denies Downloader: downloads app An NEISD Sample App Request Form
  • VPP: Getting Multiple Paid Apps The Volume Purchase Program allows districts to purchase multiple copies of the same app (sometimes at a bundled discount): iTunes VPP Step-By-Step Process
  • Places to Find Apps TCEA (Twitter) Reaching All Learners (Mark Coppin) Schrock iPads in the Classroom TCEA iPAD Google Doc
  • iPad LessonsTechchef4uScoop.itiBuild iPadLessons: OnlineWorkshop inEdmodo Techchef4u iLesson Book
  • Appy HourHOT Apps 4 HOTSSecondary: Math, Science, Techchef4u ResourcesELAR, History Jog the Web Resource PDF Menu
  • Appy Hours 4 UBlogTalk Radio: Thursdays@ 3:30pmiTunes: Anytime/Anywhere30 minutesDiscuss free apps &provide ideas forintegration that crosscontent and grade levels