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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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    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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    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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    14 Ways to Use Garageband in the Classroom

    Follow @ed_apps Garageband is a great app that I think any student or teacher using an iPad should consider buying. It is a multi-track audio editing app that is as robust as you will ever need (unless of course you teach audio production). Later this week I will be posting a new page full of Garageband resources for teachers, students and learning. For now, you can get your brain juices flowing by reading the list below, watching the embeded ‘how to’ videos,  and then go start playing with Garageband yourself! Download Garageband from...

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    Introducing School-Wide Digital Citizenship Practices with iPads

    Follow @ed_apps An elementary school in our district recently got 30 iPads and asked for some advice implementing them with students and teachers. In addition to suggesting some starter apps, I recommended that we have conversations with kids around the appropriate use of these devices. While almost every child has used an iPad, iPod Touch, or iPhone, the exciting learning opportunities these mobile, Internet-connected, media creation devices create also open the door to new challenges. Cyberbullying or inappropriate web publishing happens more through the camera than regular computer use does; the...

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    Get Your Students Comic Stripping: Create Comics with Strip Design for iPad

    Follow @ed_apps   A staple of web2.0 in the classroom is using a variety of online comic creation websites for students to write fiction, re-imagine historical events or re-tell personal experiences. With the iPad, creating comics is even faster and easier, without the headache and worries of student accounts. The only struggle sometimes is getting content off of the iPad, but for that, check out our post on iTunes File Sharing Strip design is a great tool to use your pictures and graphics (or some you find online) to tell...

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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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    Intro Video to Qwiki App

    Follow @ed_apps   One of my favourite apps to sit down with and learn is Qwiki. Qwiki must have millions of ‘articles’ that are actually interactive videos. Using the simple english from wikipedia and a series of photos and videos from wikimedia, Qwiki generates videos that you can watch, pause, interact with, and explore new learnings. A feature that I fell in love with while at ASCD12 in Philly is the location feature. Qwiki takes all of their video articles and embeds them on a map, allowing you to explore...

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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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    What Happens on iPads Stays on iPads

    Follow @ed_apps   A big issue with school mobile devices is that they are often shared, and don’t have full profile accounts like a computer does. This means that any user has access to any app or information from any other user. I put together a poster (prints best in 11×17 Tabloid size paper) that talks about some of the basic things students should consider when using shared mobile devices to keep themselves safe and to respect others they are working with. Check out this Digital Citizenship & iPads   Follow...

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    ASCD12 Handout: Using iPads to Address Student Diversity

    Follow @ed_apps Engaging Students with Mobile Technology Using iPads to Address Student Diversity Session #3101, 8:00 am – 9:30 am, Room 204C, Philadelphia Convention Centre On Monday March 26 @DannyMaas and I will be presenting at the ASCD annual conference (#ASCD12, if you’re on twitter). Here is the handout we will be using: ASCD12 Handout 3101 Espejo Maas. Our session will have so much more to offer than this handout can – but we can’t post the videos and experiences we’ll share due to student privacy concerns.   Follow @ed_apps

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