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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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    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, iPads were a huge focus of my work. I’ve been in hundreds of classrooms and worked with thousands of students. I honestly believe that mobile technologies, such as the iPad (and the ecosystem that surrounds it), provide the most engaging, personal, and simplest way for students to interact with the curriculum. Students are excited. Teachers are excited. I’m excited! The strength of the iPad lies in the apps. At the same time, an...

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    Creating Book Trailers with iPads

    Follow @ed_apps   When I found out our school was going 1:1, I was very excited.  I felt ready to ntegrate technology due to coursework I had taken through our local writing project, Prairie Lands Writing Project.  This learning track is structured around 21st Century learning.  We experienced many technology integrated writing assignments to better engage students in the writing process.  One of my favorites was creating Book Trailers.  The Book Trailer was introduced as an alternative to the traditional book report. We all know how traditional book reports work: ...

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    A Lesson at the Zoo: Enhancing Field Trips with iPads

    Follow @ed_apps Recently I hosted 20 teachers in my school district at the zoo for an afternoon. The idea was to explore how we might use iPads during a field trip. It was certainly an exciting form of professional development. Instead of sitting at a desk and listening to someone like me talk about what you could do, we just went out and did it! Teachers had a lot of fun, and many ideas were shared. Below are some of the activities that we (I co-hosted the afternoon with a...

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    How To Video: iMovie Intro for iPad

    Follow @ed_apps The most popular post I’ve ever written is 13 Ways to use iMovie in the Classroom, having reached thousands of readers in the first day. I’ve been meaning to follow it up ever since, and now I finally have created a short video introduction to using iMovie on the iPad. This first video is a short (less than 5 min) tutorial on using iMovie for iPad from start to finish. The next video I will be posting (which might take a week or two) will be on some...

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    10 Apps For Inquiry Learning

    Follow @ed_apps This post will show 10 apps or ways that iPads and iPods become powerful learning tools in an inquiry-based learning environment, tied to sound research by a leading education network, the Galileo Network. They offer up a rubric to determine how well a lesson aligns with the inquiry learning process. According to the rubric, there are 8 dimensions of inquiry: Authenticity Academic Rigor Assessment Beyond the School Use of Digital Technologies Active Exploration Connecting with Experts Elaborated Communication The iPad can easily support any of these dimensions, and I want...

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    13 Ways To Use iMovie In The Classroom

    Follow @ed_apps Is there an app for that? Well, chances are there are dozens of apps for anything you want to do, but sometimes you find one app that is robust enough to have multiples uses for you and your students. For me, iMovie is that app. I find myself using it for everything from slow motion videography to documentation, to presentations and everything in-between. Below are 13 ways that I have used iMovie (or have heard of others using iMovie) with students to enhance learning. Documentation: Use the camera...

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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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    iPads as Assessment in PhysEd

    Follow @ed_apps I’ve been doing some work with a physical education curriculum consultant, Mark. The iPad is exciting for phys.ed. because of it’s built in camera, large screen, powerful processor and simple user interface. Students can easily use the camera to record themselves perform various skill sets, and instantly replay on the large screen their performance. Using iMovie, students can even slow down the video of them, say, doing a lay-up, to watch it frame by frame and analyze things such as footwork, hand placement, elbow position, etc. We also...

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