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iPad and SmartBoard: A Great Duo to Boost your Classes

  1. LaSalle College Pedagogical Day – October 5th, 2012 iPad and SmartBoard:A Great Duo to Boost Your Classes Rafael Scapin, Ph.D. Coordinator of Educational Technology Dawson College
  2. “Any sufficientlyadvanced technologyis indistinguishablefrom magic”.Arthur C. Clarke
  3. The Beginning
  4. The BeginningSource: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wfU___GMMJw&feature=related
  5. The Beginning
  6. Do not Touch the Screen...
  7. ... You can Break it
  8. iPad: A LandmarkSteve Jobs announces the iPad on January 27th, 2010Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5F3EB5UT6KI
  9. Survey Who has an iPad?When you got your first iPad?
  10. A Visionary There’s an old saying by Wayne Gretzky that I love: “I skate to where the puck is going to be, not where it has been.” And we’ve always tried to do that at Apple.
  11. Changing Paradigms: Touch the Screen!Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aXV-yaFmQNk
  12. Consumer Availability
  13. The Rise of Tablets
  14. Other Tablets
  15. EcosystemOpen Source Proprietary – Closed Environment
  16. Ecosystem
  17. Applications (“Apps”) Apple App Store
  18. Applications (“Apps”) Apple App Store
  19. Applications (“Apps”) Android App Store (Play Store)
  20. Applications (“Apps”) Android App Store (Play Store) 675,000 apps (Sept. 2012) 25 billion downloads
  21. Applications (“Apps”) RIM App Store
  22. There is an app for that!
  23. 16, 32 and 64 Gb (SSD internal memory, not expandible)
  24. Ultrathin Keyboard CoverSource: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zsIJUiTlrGI
  25. Cloud Computing
  26. The iPad was made for the Cloud [Video] Google Drive
  27. Cloud Computing
  28. Multimedia broughtthe world into theclassroom
  29. Ubiquitous Connectivity
  30. Learning with the iPadSource: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BxfloSNpujI
  31. Using the iPad in the Classroom The main uses of the tablet in the classroom are:• reading digital books and textbooks,• note taking and annotating,• searching for images on the Web,• listening to or viewing multimedia content,• sharing documents,• communicating and collaborating,• manipulating content with applications.
  32. Using the iPad in the ClassroomThese tasks can be performed with any computer, sowhat are the differences between a tablet and alaptop?A tablet is a portable computer indeed, but it hasspecific characteristics that can be taken advantage ofto enhance learning experiences.
  33. Using the iPad in the Classroom1) Touch screen:The ability to manipulate objects directlywith the hand rather than with a mousemakes the tablet more intuitive andencourages kinesthetic learningexperiences.A tablets touch screen can represent objects, data orcomplex processes that can be annotated and manipulated.For example, the application Molecules for iPad letsstudents examine and manipulate complex molecules inthree dimensions.
  34. Using the iPad in the Classroom2) Mobility:A tablet can be used anywhere to produce material quickly.A teacher can modify class notes or do exercises live, whilecirculating in the classroom.If the tablet is used as a whiteboard, students no longer haveto go in front of the class to interact with the device.The tablet can also be used in a laboratory or in the field toperform recordings and collect data, which can be treatedimmediately with applications.
  35. Using the iPad in the Classroom3) ApplicationsApps: Simple and user friendly. Free and paid.Many can be used in educational contexts:Evernote (for note-taking),Dropbox (for storing documents online),Splashtop (for connecting with a desktop computer from atablet),iThoughts or Thinking Space (for mind mapping), etc.
  36. Must Have Apps CloudOn brings Microsoft Office® to your iPad and links it to your Box, Dropbox and Google Drive accounts. CloudOn Digital Corkboard to add notes Keynote: an eBooks Apple version of Powerpoint Source: http://apop.qc.ca/?id=377&lang=en
  37. Classroom AppsAttendance iThoughts HD: Mindmapping toolWhiteBoard HD SplashTop: Run a virtual machine! Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TKNJwAL8cG8 Source: http://apop.qc.ca/?id=377&lang=en
  38. Marking AppsGoodReader Quick OfficeiAnnotate Sundry Notes DocScan Source: http://apop.qc.ca/?id=377&lang=en
  39. Admin Apps Penultimate IM+ Informant HD Text+Source: http://apop.qc.ca/?id=377&lang=en
  40. iPad in Education: Resources Source: http://www.scoop.it/t/ipads-in-education
  41. iPad in Education: Resources Source: http://paper.li/tag/ipad
  42. iPad in Education: Resources Source: http://edudemic.com/2012/09/100-ways-to-use-ipads-in-your-classroom/
  43. The Mini iPad
  44. iPad Survives 100,000+ Foot Fall From Space Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X4xNcF6T7Is
  45. SmartBoardsThe Smart Board is a line of interactive whiteboards(IWB) produced by the Calgary, Alberta-basedcompany Smart Technologies. It was created in 1991
  46. SmartBoardsSource: http://vault.smarttech.com/videos/wolverhampton/index.html
  47. SmartBoards Uses for interactive whiteboards may include:Running software that is loaded onto the connected PC, such as a webbrowsers or proprietary software used in the classroom.Capturing and saving notes written on a whiteboard to the connected PCCapturing notes written on a graphics tablet connected to the whiteboardControlling the PC from the white board using click and drag, markup whichannotates a program or presentationUsing OCR software to translate cursive writing on a graphics tablet into textUsing an Audience Response System so that presenters can poll a classroomaudience or conduct quizzes, capturing feedback onto the whiteboard
  48. Using the SmartBoardNotebook Software
  49. The $50 Interactive White Board Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OghxXT1faSU
  50. Transforming an iPad into an Interactive White Board App Absolut Board (Free) ShowMe Interactive Board (Free) 2Screens (Free) Explain Everything ($2.99) Doceri SplashTop (Remote Deskotp) + Sankore (Free IWB tool)
  51. Connecting an iPad and a SmartBoard1) Using an Apple VGA Adaptor Cable
  52. Connecting an iPad and a SmartBoard1) Wirelessly
  53. Connecting an iPad and a SmartBoardApple TV device ($99) and a WIFI connection.Connect the Apple TV device directly to the SMARTboard viaHDMI cable.The iPad connects to the Apple TV device wirelessly via theshared WIFI connection.Many SMARTboards have a standard computer VGA connection(analog).In this case, you need a HD converter too.AppleTV cabled by HDMI to HD Converter Box cabled by VGA toSMARTboard. The iPad is again connected wirelessly sharingthe internet connection. This setup allows you to wander theclass room wirelessly while still controlling your SMARTboard.
  54. SmartBoard NotebookSource: http://vault.smarttech.com/videos/notebook11launch/index.html
  55. Open Sankoré: The Free Interactive Whiteboard Software Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pCJPK8UAksw&feature=plcp Download: http://open-sankore.org/
  56. Active Learning Lab at Dawson
  57. Source:http://www.profweb.qc.ca/index.php?id=3397&L=1&cHash=71d4bf14f8a086e40ee301aa90afabf2
  58. Source:https://docs.google.com/file/d/1WtqfbdnRBge25VIiOhW3NcRxerfVIerLCk7rqz4Jm0HLhoIVOdqYoK2Hwka4/editOriginal Source: http://wallwisher.com/wall/why-smartboards
  59. Guidelines for effective classroom use of Interactive Whiteboards (IWB) Source: http://moe.eun.org/c/document_library/get_file?uuid=daf59604-5e41-475d-ac75- ad44105c2ff5&groupId=10620
  60. Source: http://www.whiteboardblog.co.uk/
  61. Source: http://www.lulu.com/shop/danny-nicholson/the-best-of-the-whiteboard-blog/paperback/product-14704836.html;jsessionid=25096B9B3EB0948A3DF2B9E9D6FDE0A2
  62. Questions
  63. Contact Me Rafael Scapin, Ph.D. rscapin@dawsoncollege.qc.ca rscapin DawsonITE Bloghttp://dawsonite.dawsoncollege.qc.ca