Join Laurie Burruss for an in-depth discussion in this video Selecting apps for your course and activities, part of iPad Classroom Fundamentals.
Selecting and evaluating apps is primarily about teaching style and course objectives. …And as there are infinite varieties of students and learning styles, so there …are teachers and teaching styles. That said, be warned that is is far too …easy to be seduced by the app store in iTunes. …Yes, I know, there is an app for that. But after browsing minutes, hours even, …most likely you will not be any closer to designing or planning a lesson or project. …My best advice, be selective and always, always start with the learning objectives …and artifacts that will produced by students.…
In selecting apps there are a number of websites out there that will give you a …lot of head start here. APPitic is an app list for education. …It's put together by Apple distinguished educatiors. …It has all kinds of information here for all different ages. …It's a great site that aggregates a lot of ideas, and it was put together by the …Apple distinguished educators. But it's open to the community. …As you can see at the bottom of the website, you can submit an app and give a …
- 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 Appropriate for all
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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