The iPad in EDUCATION SLaughter PD | September 14, 2011 | MISD
PART 1: iPad Basicsh"p://www.apple.com/educa0on/apps/
Wireless Set up • Click on Se0ngs (Screen 1). • Click on Wi-‐Fi (at the top). • Wait for the system to ﬁnd wireless networks. Then select: MISDWIFI • Enter your Munis ID and Password • Wait for it to be checked. • Now you’re live!
iPad 1 BuDonsThe Screen Rota0on Lock was eliminated as a switch in the last so<ware update. The most recent update allows you to customize this bu"on.
iPad 2 Available in White or BlackFront Camera Home
iPad 2 Bu=ons Back CameraSilent/ Screen RotaQon Lock Volume
Safari • A Web Clip is an icon you can add to your Home screen as a shortcut to a website. With one tap, Safari will open to the Web Clips page. – To make a Web Clip, simply open the page in Safari. – Tap the Plus sign at the boUom of the screen. – Tap Add to Home Screen and edit the Qtle (if you want). – Tap Add and, presto, a new icon is added to your Home Screen!
Email Setup Se0ng up your e-‐mail is very simple. 1. Press your se0ngs icon on your home page. 2. Then press Mail, Contacts and Calendars. 3. The box similar to the one on the leZ appears. Fill in the box with your informaQon as seen on the leZ and click next. 4. The correct server will show up on the next screen. Press next again and adjust your se0ngs and then you are complete. Note: If it asks you to delete or merge your contacts, merge them so that you don’t lose your current ones. 8
iTunes• Download the latest version of iTunes from Apple.com onto your PC or Macbook.• Using the USB cord in your box, plug in your ipad to your computer.• Download the latest update for your ipad. It is suggested to download only and then update your device later. This allows you to keep working with your ipad while the software downloads to your machine in the background.• Always go to “My Computer” ﬁnd your device and copy your pictures to your hard drive before updating.• In addition, always click on File> Transfer Purchases to copy your new purchases to your machine before updating to the latest version. Both of these steps ( this and the bullet point above) are important to avoid frustration and disappointment later. 9• To save information and have the ability to update on multiple computers, go to Store> Authorize This Computer. You can share your device with 5 computers.• To share your iTunes Music library and other purchases between computers go to Advanced > Home Sharing and put in your iTunes registration information.
iPad Basics Take a screen shot (a picture of what you are seeing on the screen): • Hold down home buUon and click the on/oﬀ buUon quickly and then release both. You will see the screen ﬂash white and you will hear the sound of a picture being taken. • Find your screen shot in the Photo App
SimilariQes to the iPhone/iPod Touch • Uses same cord for synching and charging • Mul@-‐touch • Same basic apps included (Calendar, Contacts, Notes, Maps, Videos, YouTube, iTunes, App Store) • Same apps in dock (Safari, Mail, Photos, iPod) • Built-‐in microphone (Voice Memos App), accelerometer (New York App), and digital compass (Toy Story or New York Apps) • Runs all iPhone/iPod touch appsAccelerometer An accelerometer is a device that measures proper accelera0on, the accelera0on experienced rela0ve to freefall.Mainly gaming Flick Fishing (wrist ac0on) or driving games, compass, probeware
Diﬀerences from an iPhone/iPod Touch • Higher resoluQon screen • Larger virtual keyboard • iPad-‐speciﬁc apps • Larger screen area with more viewing opQons • Faster
Diﬀerences to the iPhone/iPod touch • MulQ-‐column email in Mail • Separate iTunes video (Videos) and music (iPod) • Redesigned Calendar • Up to six apps in the Dock instead of four • Animated photo frame
More Diﬀerences: • iWorks apps (Words, Keynote, Numbers) for iPad only – View documents – Create documents – Edit documents – $9.99 each
iPad Basics • iPad comes with a screen reader, support for playback of closed-‐capQoned content, and other innovaQve universal access features — right out of the box.Apps that act as screen readers:1-‐Voice Memo2-‐Speak It
iPad Basics • Like iPhone and iPod touch, iPad includes VoiceOver, the world’s ﬁrst gesture-‐based screen reader for the blind. – Instead of memorizing keyboard commands or pressing @ny arrow keys, you simply touch the screen to hear a descrip@on of the item under your ﬁnger, then double-‐tap, drag, or ﬂick to control iPad. – VoiceOver speaks 21 languages and works with all of the applica@ons built into iPad.
iPad Basics • Double tap the home buWon. That should pull up a list of recently used applica@on (this is for fast switching between apps). You can swipe leX to see even older apps, or swipe right to get a liWle control panel. • On the leX is the orienta@on lock/unlock buWon, and theres also easy access to brightness and iPod controls.
iPad Basics • The icons in the status bar at the top of the screen give informa@on about the device: – Wi-‐Fi: Shows that the iPad is connected to the Internet over a Wi-‐Fi network. The more bars, the stronger the connec@on. – Lock: Shows that iPhone is locked. – Play: Shows that a song, audio book, or podcast is playing.
iPad Basics -‐Bluetooth: – Blue or white icon: Bluetooth is on and a device, such as a headset or car kit, is connected. – Gray icon: Bluetooth is on, but no device is connected. – No icon: Bluetooth is turned oﬀ. – Ba=ery: Shows baWery level or charging status. In your Sengs you can also add the percent to help you beWer understand your @me leX.
iPad Basics Maximize Ba=ery Life • Turn down the LCD (Sengs >> Brightness). • Turn Wi-‐Fi new network scanning oﬀ or Wi-‐Fi oﬀ (Sengs >> Wi-‐Fi). • Set the Autolock to 1-‐minute (Sengs >> General >> Autolock). • Turn Bluetooth oﬀ. • Close apps not being used. (To see live apps, double click the home buWon. A menu of open apps will appear at the boWom of the screen. Hold down one to see the minus sign that allows you to turn oﬀ the app.
Safari In Safari, double tap to zoom in. You can also “pinch” (pung your thumb and index ﬁnger on the screen and pinching in and out) to zoom in Safari and in Pictures.
Safari Get a Bigger Keyboard in Safari • Before you begin browsing, rotate the iPad horizontally. • Now tap the address bar and you’ll get a wider keyboard.
Safari • Ever scroll preWy far down a web page, only to ﬁnd that the address bar has disappeared? No need to scroll back. Instead, double-‐tap the white bar (or the @me) along the top of the screen to jump right to the top of the page. • The address bar will reappear, regardless of where you are on the actual web page.
Safari Get Access to Other Domains • Hold your ".com" buWon for a second in a web address. • Youll be presented with a list of alternate domain endings, such as .net, .edu, and .org.
Safari Save Images in Safari/Mail • Just touch and hold an image in Safari or Mail. • An ac@on sheet will be presented to enable you to save the image. • The image will get stored in the “Saved Photos” library of the Photos app.Go to Google Images and search for ‘student’
Safari MulQple Pages Open in Safari: Up to nine pages can be open at any one Qme.
Organize Your Apps• An easy way to organize the order of the Apps on your device is to select the “ApplicaQons” tab within the iPad Screen when connected to iTunes. • When selecQng the applicaQons to sync (on the leZ hand side), you can change the arrangement on the right side (for iTunes 9 and above only).
Organize Your Apps – AlphabeQcally – Most used – By categories (news, media, educaQon, etc.) • To move an app, hold your ﬁnger on top of the app un@l it starts to wiggle. Then just slide it where you want it. • To delete an app from your device, hold your ﬁnger on the app and then tap the X to delete. (An X only appears on items that you can delete.) • To stop the wiggling, press the Home buWon.
Organize Your Apps Want Things in Alphabe?cal Order? Reset your iPod touch home screen and re-‐ arrange all of your Apps into alphabeQc order: SeXngs> General> Reset> Reset home screen layout
Organize Your Apps The Search Screen (Spotlight) Searches apps, as well as Mail messages, music, contacts, and calendar events
Keyboard Punctua?on and Capitaliza?on • Double-‐tapping the space bar aZer a leUer or word inserts a period and a space. The next word will be capitalized. • iPad, iPod Touch and iPhone automaQcally capitalize certain words like “I” and “iPod.” • Also, they add apostrophes to many words like “youre” and “Im.”
Keyboard Typos • Want to undo typing?? Just shake your device. • Made a typo? Press and hold the word you spelled wrong and a magnifying glass will appear. • Slide your ﬁnger back and forth to move the cursor.
Keyboard Access Special Characters • Holding down leUers on the keyboard will pop up the accents/symbols associated with those leUers. Once it pops up, slide your ﬁnger over to the accent/symbol you like.
Updates: Updates may have become available for the apps on your iPad since you last used them. Check for updates: 1-‐Go to the App Store in the boWom right-‐hand corner of the touch screen. 2-‐Click on Updates in the boWom right. It will check to see if there are any available. If there are, they will show on the screen. You may update them using your password.
iOS 4.3 • AirPlay – The wireless technology that lets you stream content (movies, music, and photos) from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to your HDTV via Apple TV.
Updates: iOS 4.3 iTunes Home Sharing – Designed to let you stream and transfer music, videos, and more with up to ﬁve other computers on your local network. – You must turn Home Sharing on in iTunes.
Updates: iOS 4.3Customize side switch (mute or screen rota@on lock). • Go to Sengs – General – Lock Rota@on.
Managing the iPad for your StudentsIf Needed, You Have Control… • You can hide applicaQons on the iPad (Safari, YouTube, iTunes, locaQon noQﬁcaQon). • You can limit/control download capabiliQes. • Nothing can be added or removed without teacher approval. • You can limit TV shows, movies, podcasts and apps by raQng or explicit content warning.
Managing the iPad: SeXng Student Access Sengs > General > Restric@ons
Managing the iPad: SeXng Student Access Password Control for Student Access
Managing the iPad: SeXng Student Access PrevenQng App DeleQon • To prevent students from dele@ng apps, you must have installed iOS 4.2.1. • Go to the Sengs app, tap General, tap Restric@ons, tap Enable Restric@ons, choose a password, and switch Dele@ng Apps to oﬀ.
Learning Opportuni?es1. Ipads in Schools2. iPads in Administration3. Learning with the iPads4. Administrators with the iPads5. iTunes University6. 50 iPads Tips and Tricks7. Schrocks iPad 44