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iPad for Learning & Teaching at #eLi3!


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Presentation slides for a 1-day hands-on workshop on using iPad for learning and teaching facilitated at the Third International Conference of e-Learning and Distance Education (eLi13) in Saudi Arabia …

Presentation slides for a 1-day hands-on workshop on using iPad for learning and teaching facilitated at the Third International Conference of e-Learning and Distance Education (eLi13) in Saudi Arabia on the 2nd February, 2012. It explores how to empower teachers and students in using iPads more strategically and effectively for learning, sharing, communicating, collaborating, creating, assessing and publishing their creativity, projects and work using a range of apps.

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  • 1. Zaid Ali Alsagoff
  • 2. Use this backchannel for QUESTIONS & FEEDBACK!
  • 3. NOWSource (Slide 8):
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  • 8. Embrace a Multi-Device Learning Strategy! Bring Your Own Devices (BYODs) Inspired by:
  • 9. Today’s Mission Explore iPad for Learning & Teaching!
  • 10. Major Reasons for NOT using an iPad? Matthew Gudenius
  • 11. Why Use iPad? Let’s Explore!
  • 12. LET’S EXPLORE!1. Basics2. Apps for…3. Learning4. Creating5. Collaborating6. Assessing7. Next Move?
  • 13. 1 BASICS
  • 14. Master the Baby Steps First…
  • 15. How to Make a Stylus in 2-Minutes…
  • 16. 17 iPad Tips & Tricks
  • 17. 16 New iPad Tips 2012
  • 18. Challenge: Can You… Lock the Screen Save Images while Browsing Rearrange App Icons Take a screenshotQuick Scroll to the Top of Any Page Type Faster with Double Spaces Force your iPad to Restart Delete Apps Copy and Paste Text Change Default Search Engine Create & Rename Folders Do Multi-Touch gestures Punctuation Shortcuts Split keyboard Create Shortcuts Add Emoji keyboard Set Speak Selection
  • 19. 2 APPS FOR…
  • 20. THE APPLE GALAXY?764,000+ Apps35 Billion+ Downloaded80,000+ Educational Apps Source (as of 4 January, 2013):
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  • 27. SAMR ModelRuben Puentedura Image source: The SAMR Model (Background and Exemplars):
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  • 29. LOOKING FOR INSPIRATION? A Chicago School’s Start Here! Journey to Redefine Learning Presentation:
  • 30. Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) A framework that identifies the knowledge teachers need to teach effectively with technology. “Reproduced by permission of the publisher, © 2012 by” TPACK 101 (Video):
  • 31. Evaluation Rubric for Educational Apps?
  • 32. REMEMBER… 3 BIG RULES!1. ONLY use tool (app) guides mentioned to discover new tools and how they can be applied.2. With a bit of IMAGINATION AND CREATIVITY most tools can be used in a variety of ways and levels.3. NEVER FORGET THIS!
  • 33. The Golden Rule? “If you NEED A USER GUIDE tolearn the basics of a Tool (App), FIND ANOTHER ONE for Learning and Teaching!” ME!
  • 34. LALT2SET Framework ENVIRONMENT Digital Physical LEARNING OUTCOME(S) Pedagogy Learning Skills Technology Content ASSESSMENT Technology Content TEACHER STUDENT LEARNING ACTIVITIES Motivation Motivation TOOL(S) Substitution Augmentation Modification Redefinition T R A N S F O R M AT I O N - Zaid Ali AlsagoffA creative value-added fusion of SAMR, TPACK, SETT Frameworks (SETT:
  • 35. 3 LEARNING
  • 36. The rest are free, or have a free version.This means ‘NO FREE VERSION’
  • 37. Apps For…
  • 38. Learning?iTunes U Gives you access to complete courses from leading universities and other schools — plus the world’s largest digital catalog of free education content. TED Presents talks from some of the worlds most fascinating people: education radicals, tech geniuses, medical mavericks, business gurus and music legends. Find more than 1,100 TED Talk videos here.
  • 39. Keeping Yourself Updated? Zite An intelligent magazine that helps you discover interesting things to read.Feedly A fast and stylish way to read and share the content of your favorite sites.Flipboard A personal news magazine filled with everything being shared across the Web.
  • 40. Saving Online Articles for Offline Reading? PocketInstapaper
  • 41. Reading e-Books?Google Play Books iBooks
  • 42. Taking Notes?Notes EvernotePaper Notability
  • 43. Annotate Notes & Documents? iBooks iAnnotate PDF ZotPad PagesPaperPort Notes Notability
  • 44. Storing & Accessing Files?Dropbox iCloud Box Google Drive
  • 45. Mindmapping & Brainstorming? MindMeister Mindo Popplet Maptini Idea Sketch MindNode Simple Mind+ iThoughts HD iBlueSky9 Mindmapping & Brainstorming Tools:
  • 46. QR Code Readers?QR Code Reader & Scanner Scan Download App and SCAN ME! Quickmark Unfurlr More QR Code Reader Apps:
  • 47. 4 CREATING
  • 48. Creating Presentations? Prezi CloudOnHaiku Deck Keynote
  • 49. Presenting Slides with Animations?SlideShark Keynote
  • 50. Writing Content?EvernoteCloudOn GoDocs PagesArticle (Evernote for e-Portfolios):
  • 51. Creating, Editing & Sharing Images?Skitch Explain Everything Flickr Visualize
  • 52. Recording & Editing Audio?GarageBand SoundCloudFotobabble AudioBoo
  • 53. Recording & Editing Videos? Videos iMovieVideolicious FiLMiC Pro
  • 54. Creating Screencasts? ShowMe Educreations ScreenChompExplain Everything Teach Doodlecast Pro RECORDABLE WHITEBOARDS!
  • 55. Empower Your Students!Educreations Students create screencasts to share their ideas, work, problem solving process, etc. How?  Create a generic teacher / class account for students to create.  When students create in generic account it is immediately viewable when the teacher logs into that account.  Students can create offline at home & upload when they return to school.  Student creations can be sorted into classes created by the teacher. Adapted from:
  • 56. Digital Story Telling? AnimotoVoiceThread
  • 57. Creating e-Books?Book Creator Comic LifeBook Writer iBooks Author ONLY
  • 58. Blogging (Journal/e-Portfolio)? Blogger WordPressPosterous Tumblr
  • 59. Creating an e-Portfolio using…Google Drive Evernote Article:
  • 61. Live Online Video Discussions? Google+Skype (Hangouts) WizIQ
  • 62. Collaborative Learning & Sharing?Twitter Facebook Google+ LinkedIn Box Google Drive Edmodo Pinterest
  • 63. 6 ASSESSING
  • 64. Classroom Engagement?Web-based(No App required)
  • 65. Effective Questioning StrategyQuestion 1 - 1st Vote (independent) Do not reveal results Turn & Talk - Defend your positionQuestion 1 - 2nd Vote Reveal Results Goal Students guide each other towards understanding & learning. Source:
  • 66. Socrative A smart Student Teacher Clicker Response System(SRS) that empowers teachers to engage their classrooms through a series ofeducational exercises and games via any Student Clicker computer device.
  • 67. Infuse Learning  Interactive tools to engage and assess students.  No Login required (for students)!  Works on all types of mobile devices.  Web-based (No App required)  Separate login…
  • 68. Control My Computer Remotely?Splashtop 2 TeamViewer PocketCloud LogMeIn Doceri
  • 69. 7 NEXT MOVE?
  • 70. If We Can Claim for a Taxi ride,Why Can’t We Claim for an App, too? Yeah!
  • 71. 5 Critical Mistakes Schools Make With iPads1. Focusing on content apps.2. Lack of Teacher Preparation in Classroom Management of iPads.3. Treating the iPad as a computer and expecting it to serve as a laptop.4. Treating iPads like multi-user devices.5. Failure to communicate a compelling Tom Daccord answer to “Why iPads?“. Source:
  • 72. Roadmap for Success? - Keith YoungSource (Slide 73):
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  • 78. You Are Not Alone, Please Join Us!
  • 79. ‘IMU Learning Series’ is about connecting inspiring and exceptional educators around the world to… JOIN THE LEARNING ADVENTURE!
  • 80. Finally, You Might Want To… Have a ZaidLearn!
  • 81. Zaid Ali Alsagoff E-Learning ManagerE-mail : zaid.alsagoff@gmail.comBlog : : : +603-2731 7327Ext. : 3115