Join Laurie Burruss for an in-depth discussion in this video First day "demo" in the iPad classroom, part of iPad Classroom: The Basics.
In this movie, I'm going to share a typical first day demo or what I should …really call a first day of playing and experimenting and discovering with the …iPad in your classroom. There are certain things that the …students need to know and they should do it day one and figure it out on their own …and help each other to do it. So the first thing I have the students do …when they come into the class after they have checked out their IPad is to sign …into Evernote, DropBox and their WikiSpaces. …So let's go to WikiSpaces right now. So this student is already signed in.…
And I want them to learn how to download things from the Wikispace into their …Evernote notebook. So I ask them to tap on the download for …the syllabus. The syllabus will open up. …If I tap on the document an option comes up to open an ever note. …Then I have them click on their notebooks and I have them add a new notebook for …just this course as opposed to all of the documents they create.…
They title it the name of the course plus their initials. …
- Exploring common device ownership models
- Using iPads with a learning management system (LMS)
- Downloading apps
- Setting up the master sync
- Projecting from an iPad
- Printing with AirPrint
- Sharing content with Dropbox
- Creating an iPad photo gallery
- Browsing the web
- Exploring the world with Maps
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Getting Ready for an iPad Classroom
2. Setting Up the iPad Classroom
3. Getting Things In and Out of the iPad
4. Top Tips and Tricks
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