Lakeland Village iPad 101 1-24-2017

Welcome to iPad 101. In this session, we'll walk you through some introductory steps to using the iPad in your classroom.

Knowing the features of an iPad helps you plan for awesome learning activities using it!
Being cognizant of the features of the camera, the microphone, the web browser, speakers/headphone jack and the touchscreen helps align use to multiple learning styles and strengths

Experiment with different picture types.

Let's talk about what the features in the System Tray and Spotlight Search enable you and your students to do!
"Pulling up" form the bottom of the screen shows you the System Tray
"Pulling Down" from the top of the screen pulls up Spotlight Search
Squiggly Mode-Hold Down an app to move around, put in the quick access bar at the bottom, and even put apps in folders.

We're always looking to use technology as a functional improvement to learning outcomes. Dr. Rueben Puentadora talks about a continuum of S-->A-->M-->R (SAMR)

Once students create awesome projects, you may want to share them, have them sent to you, or share with your colleagues. Here's how you set up Mail/CalendarContacts on an iPad in one step.

  1. Go to the Settings App
  2. Choose Mail
  3. Choose Add Account
  4. Choose Exchange
  5. Enter your email address and password
  6. When prompted, fill in the remaining fields as shown below (don't use my name and info. obviously)
Use outlook.office365.com for the server to connect your iPad to Office 365

One Last Thing

Start out with these 3 free apps. They work online (with your computer) and with an app.

These three tools are awesome for students and teachers!

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