Join Sean Colins for an in-depth discussion in this video Capacity planning for many iPads, part of iPads for Educators: Deploying 1:1 iPads.
- In a classroom environment,…you will have iPads equal to the number of students…sitting in the classroom.…If we start with this assumption,…we can start doing the math necessary…to construct our network,…but remember…that is only a minimum connected device number, right?…Many students will also have phones that need…to be allowed to connect, or maybe allowed to connect.…And then we have the occasional visit…from a device laden parent, or a presenter,…and other guests we need to accommodate.…
Once we have a good guess of what kind of capacity…we expect in each area,…we can begin to look at the areas together as a whole.…Take notes of which classrooms will host iPads…for instruction, and where you will have shared space…like hallways, courtyards, and lunch areas…where you'll have large congregations of iPads altogether…trying to get online at the same time.…The manufacturer of the WiFi equipment you purchase…will have numbers for the devices of how many connections…that each will support listed in the tech specs…
- Getting funding for your classroom technology
- Setting up an Apple Education account
- Choosing an iPad model
- Enrolling in Apple programs
- Planning a Wi-Fi network
- Setting up mobile device management (MDM)
- Getting free and paid apps
- Configuring MDM profiles
- Exploring 1:1 deployment alternatives
Skill Level Intermediate
Learning Management Systems (LMS) Quick Startwith Aaron Quigley41m 38s Intermediate
1. Planning Your iPad Purchase
2. Getting with the Program
3. Planning and Executing Wi-Fi
4. Out of the Box iPad Management
5. Working with Mobile Device Management (MDM)
6. Alternatives to 1:1 Deployment
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