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iPad Naviga9on • The iPad is navigated by a range of touch gestures on the screen. Tap Swipe Press and Hold Pinch and Zoom
Mute or Lock Screen rota9on Via SeZngs, choose to use the side switch to Mute or Lock Screen Rota9on Hint: Mute works for certain types of sounds, e.g., alerts, no9ﬁca9ons. Not videos or all games
Searching your iPad • Find your Apps easily on your iPad • At the Home Screen swipe from le< to right • A search bar and keyboard appears. Start typing the name of the App you wish to locate. As it appears, tap on the icon to open it.
Organising your Screen Move an iPad app: • Press and hold the App icon with your ﬁnger. • Icons will jiggle (most icons will also show a black circle with an x in the middle.) • Move icons by holding your ﬁnger down on top of them and simply moving your ﬁnger.
Moving Apps to other screens • Move the apps icon to the le< or right side of the display and the App will shi< to the screen to the le< or right. • Li< up your ﬁnger when the App is at screen you want.
Crea9ng App folders • Press and hold down on one App and move it with your ﬁnger over the top of another App. • A folder with a suggested name will open. Tap the suggested name to rename the folder.
Dele9ng Apps • Press and hold the icon un9l all of the icons on the screen are jiggling. • Tap the "x" buKon that appears on the App to delete an app. You will be asked to conﬁrm dele9on.
Deleted Apps • Apps deleted from the iPad are s9ll linked to your iTunes account to reinstall at any 9me. • Locate Apps not on your iPad via the ‘Purchased’ sec9on of your App store App.
Mul9-‐tasking bar Double tap the home buKon and swipe from le< to right • Switch between Apps, • Delete Apps • Control volume • Change screen brightness • Access Airplay to wirelessly display your iPad to a projector or TV.
Tap or Swipe: your choice Mul9-‐task between recently used Apps: Exit an App: • Double tap the Home • Tap the Home buKon and swipe from buKon or le< to right, or • A ﬁve ﬁnger pinch on the screen • A four ﬁnger swipe across the screen horizontally
Photos and video for learning • Camera App can be used to document work, gather visual samples or set up albums of important visual cues. • Videos can be made to assist learning or improve social skills
Taking photos or video Select photo or video mode using the camera/ video switch You can switch camera modes to take: • photos of documents, students work, surroundings (rear facing camera) • self portraits (front facing camera)
Taking a photo Tap or press volume buKon to take a photo. To display a grid on the screen, tap Op9ons. To zoom in or out: Pinch the screen (forward facing camera only).
Taking a video • Switch the camera/video slider to video. • Tap the Record buKon
Viewing your photos • Your photos or video are saved to your Camera Roll album in the Photos app. • From here you can edit, share and organise your photos.
Sharing/organising your roll of photos In thumbnail mode select ‘Edit’ • Tap the photos you wish to work with; the selected photos will have a 9ck. You now have the op9on to: • Share -‐ email, print, delete or add to exis9ng or new albums.
Saving your edited photos • Apply your edi9ng choice and select Save. • At any 9me you can select Revert to Original to retrieve the unedited photo. • Tap Photos to go back to Thumbnail mode.
Photos from the Web • You can save photos from the Internet easily for use in student work • Using the Safari App search Google for the image topic you want. Choose the Images submenu. Hint: Use copyright free images, like those from Crea9ve Commons
Saving photos from a web search • Press and hold the image to get a submenu. • Save the image to your camera roll or copy the image to paste it into another App
Screenshots Take a photo of the iPad screen or within an App to document work Press at the same 9me the: + Home bu(on and Sleep/Wake bu(on and quickly let go.
Images for learning • Students can use their photos in other Apps to annotate, add to, explain, make ﬂashcards, or use in a story. • Teachers can use photos to keep a visual record of student progress for assessment. Or to annotate and feedback to the student.
Ac9vity: Annota9ng a drawing Open the drawing App Skitch Select + (to start a new drawing) Select Choose a Photo, Select a photo from the camera roll. Use the text and drawing tools to annotate the image. Press save.
iPad Accessibility Features VoiceOver-‐ Speaks items on the screen Zoom-‐ Magniﬁes the en9re screen Large Text-‐ View larger text in Mail, Contacts, Calendars, Messages and Notes Invert Colours-‐ Inverts all screen colours Speak Selec9on-‐ A speak buKon will appear when you select text
iPad Accessibility Features Speak Auto-‐Text-‐ Automa9cally speak auto correc9ons and auto capitaliza9on Mono Audio-‐ Adjust the audio volume between le< and right channels Guided Access-‐ keeps the iPad in an app, and allows you to control which features are available.
iPad Accessibility Features Assis9ve Touch-‐ allows you to use your iPad if you have diﬃculty touching the screen or if you require an adap9ve accessory Home Click Speed-‐ adjusts the speed required to ac9vate Double and Triple-‐click Home Triple Click Home-‐ Easy access to the accessibility features Dicta6on-‐ Voice to text
Ac6va6ng and Using the iPad Accessibility Features • Go to SeZngs – General – Accessibility
Guided Access You must be within an app for Guided Access to work. • Triple Click the home key • Select Guided Access • Circle the op9ons you would like to disable • Select Start
Guided Access You will see the op9ons you have disabled are grey. To disable Guided Access: • Triple Click the Home key -‐ you will need to use the passcode • Select end
Dicta6on • Only available on iPad 3 or 4 • Provides Speech to Text • Go to SeZngs – General • Turn Siri on
Dicta6on • In Apps where the keyboard is available there will be a microphone key • Select the microphone key and speak into the microphone • Dicta9on works best with Apple headphones with a microphone
Using Speak Selec6on • Press and hold the word at the beginning of the text you would like read then let go • Choose ‘select’ • The word will be highlighted with a small blue circle at the beginning and end • Hold and drag the end blue circle to highlight all text to be read • Let go and you will have the op9on to ‘speak’
Crea6ng QR Codes • Tap the URL address once • Tap the URL again – choose ‘Select All’ • Choose ‘Copy’
Create your own QR Code • Use Google to complete an Advanced Search on a topic of your choice • Select an appropriate site with a Basic Reading Level • Copy the URL and create a QR code • Have someone else scan you code