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  • iPads and Inquiry Learning

    Follow @ed_apps These are the slides from the ATA Science Conference Session. iPads and Inquiry learning Follow @ed_apps

  • Apple Film Making Camp for Kids: ‘Make Movie Magic’

    Follow @ed_apps Apple has again announced a 3 day summer camp for 8-12 year old kids at their Canadian and USA...

  • The Pursuit of Appiness

    Follow @ed_apps Over two years ago the world had its first glimpse at the iPad 2. For much of that time,...

  • How I Learned to Make Better Digital Stories with iPads and iMovie

    Follow @ed_apps   Watch this youtube video/digital story on Biomagnification.   Pretty good, right? Well, I think so. It’s concise,...

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Developing A Student iPad Leadership Team In Your School

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A Lesson at the Zoo: Enhancing Field Trips with iPads

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13 Ways To Use iMovie In The Classroom
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    Help! I’m New to Using an Ipad!

    Follow @ed_apps   The purpose of this post is to help teachers who are very new to their iPads understand basic operation to be able to begin using their iPad in their classroom with students.   In this post: Connecting to and surfing the Internet Using Email Taking Pictures and Video Apps Installed on your iPad Finding and Installing New Apps Organizing and Finding Your Apps Connecting to The Internet   Surfing the Internet With Your iPad Adding an Email Account   Finding and Installing New Apps   Organizing Apps...

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    13 ways to use iPads at #ISTE12 (For a Better Conference Experience)

    Follow @ed_apps The Top 10 Make A Movie of What You Learned: Make a movie of the sessions, ideas, resources, people and anything else you’ve seen. When you go back to your school to share, you’ll have something to actually show everyone. Get more help with iMovie here. Read The ISTE Digital Conference Book Save your back – leave everything in the hotel room  and just carry your iPad. Now you can access an enriched version of the conference program through ISTE’s conference app! Scan business cards The CamCard app...

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    Developing A Student iPad Leadership Team In Your School

    Follow @ed_apps Every teacher seems to fully acknowledge how quickly and comfortably the average student adopts new technology. The truth is, students learn how to have fun on an iPad pretty quickly, but they don’t always learn how to trouble shoot, be safe, and learn effectively right off the bat. Having a team of students that are well trained in iPad support can help build leadership amongst your students, and will help alleviate the stress on both students and teachers as they learn to adopt this new technology. Lesson 1:...

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    Thoughts on AppleCare for iPads in Schools

    Follow @ed_apps I don’t want to make blanket statements regarding purchases. I fully recognize that every educator, school and institution has to decide what makes sense for them; ultimately, it is you that must live with the purchasing decision. At the same time, I would like to point out some things to consider. Applecare, from what I understand, extends the standard warranty of your iPad from 12 months to 24 months. Additionally, if you crack the screen of your iPad, you can have that iPad replaced for an additional $49...

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    7 Summer Activities to Get Better With Your iPad

    Follow @ed_apps Many teachers and schools are buying iPads now in preparation of next year. I’ve made this list of ‘Summer Goals’ after a few schools have asked for assistance in getting teachers ready for Septembers iPad roll out in their schools. I’ve tried to order these from simplest to most complex task – but don’t feel like you must follow this order. After all, summer is about having fun! 1) Surf the Net and Watch Youtube I think that if you can enjoy the iPad, you can learn with...

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    Video: How To Transfer Photos from iPad or iPhone to another iPad

    Follow @ed_apps When students start taking photos and video on a variety of iPads, iPods and iPhones for a collaborative project, it can be a little hairy trying to pull all of that media into one place. Last year while struggling to share photos through a variety of apps that just never seemed to work well enough, I discovered that I could use the camera connector kit to connect one iPad to another to share photos and even large video files. It works like a charm every time! This is...

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    iPad Built In Text to Speech: Speak Selection

    Follow @ed_apps A very techno-skilled young teacher, Lindsay, was in a session with me on Friday. I could tell pretty quickly that she is keen on learning and has a lot of iPad expertise. During a discussion on uses for Dragon Dictation (an app that converts voice to text), Lindsay shared the speak selection feature of iOS as a complimentary technology. Great! I had never thought of tying dragon dictation to the voice over feature of the iPad before to give you a fully integrated speech-to-text-to-speech again experience. The feature...

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    Saving iPad Files Through iTunes

    Follow @ed_apps If you’ve ever made a video in iMovie, a song in Garageband, a book in Book Creator, (or made anything really) on an iPad, than you know the pain of getting that product off of the iPad. That’s why I’ve made this video (below) to teach you how to pull files off of the iPad, and how to put it back on to the iPad, in less than 5 minutes. I’ve started to teach students how to do this, so that as a teacher I’m not stuck for...

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    How To Expand Your iPad Storage with a USB Stick

    Follow @ed_apps Using the iPad Camera Connector kit, you can plug in a USB stick to import videos and pictures without having to connect your iPad to iTunes. If you need more storage than you have on your iPad, you could simply keep some videos on a stick, and download them to and delete them from your photo library at will. This also means that if you need to import video and pictures onto the iPad from a computer, you can do so. Here is how it works. Plug your...

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    The App Starter Kit

    Follow @ed_apps When ever I run a training session on iPads for learning, people ask me about my apps, they want a list everything I have. If I did that, most would be overwhelmed. I have 512 apps installed on my iPad right now (I consult in classrooms k-12). That is too many for any teacher or student. I often preach to teachers and administrators that they should start with a dozen apps, get to know them well, and start using them in the classroom. I’ve put together 9 apps...

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