Join Laurie Burruss for an in-depth discussion in this video Third-party tools for use with the iPad, part of iPad Classroom: The Basics.
When you develop an iPad classroom one of the things that will come up are what …accessories do you need or not need? What should you purchase for the students …that will last through the wear and tear? There are a number of third-party devices …and tools for use with the iPad. There are many types of accessories …available to enhance the use of the iPad for teaching and learning. …These include cables, connectors, power adaptors, stylus types, tripods, cover …and cases. External keyboards, external speakers, …camera connectors, card readers, microphones and headsets and ear buds.…
There are even some really fun homemade do it yourself ideas. …Apple has a whole section devoted to iPad accessories. …The accessoires that are available on the iPad store include things like your …cables, earbuds with microhphones, which I highly recommend. …I actually have my students purchase this as since they're put in the students ears. …Adapters for the HDMI and for the camera then there's the power adapters. …
- 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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