The iTouch and iPad In The Classroom http://bit.ly/cEgNPJ The iTouch and iPad In The Classroom ... Blog Post from the Nerdy Teacher
iPad in the Classroom: Round 2 http://bit.ly/9N1qVv iPad in the Classroom: Round 2
Last time I posted on this topic I included some brief videos (extremely blurry videos, I will admit) that displayed how I planned to employ note taking software, dictation software, and geography/mapping apps with my students.
Is the iPad Fit for School? http://www.schoollibraryjournal.com/article/CA6727279.html Is the iPad Fit for School?
Kevin Honeycutt watched as a group of students at the Turning Point Learning Center, a K—8 charter school in Emporia, KS, took turns with an iPad, rocking out on a virtual guitar as they rehearsed for an upcoming spring concert.
iPad Apps for Instructors and Students http://ipadappseducation.blogspot.com/p/welcome.html iPad Apps for Instructors and Students
This site is for university instructors and students who have an iPad and want to know about some very useful iPad apps for school/education use. Many of the apps also have an iPhone version or are universal for both the iPad and iPhone.
Best Academic Reference Apps for the iPad http://bit.ly/bH8y3o Best Academic Reference Apps for the iPad
iPad Apps that are Great for Young Children http://bit.ly/bTnTcl iPad Apps that are Great for Young Children and FREE !
Libraries launch apps to sync with iPod generation http://wapo.st/9CscL4 Libraries launch apps to sync with iPod generation
Will iPad School the Kindle? http://bit.ly/aHfNSd Will iPad School the Kindle?
I recently interviewed Len Edgerly, a former business journalist and executive in the energy industry who is now the host of some of the most widely followed podcasts in the e-reading industry, including The Kindle Chronicles. We discussed how the Kindle matches up with Apple's (Nasdaq: AAPL) iPad, as well as other players in the e-reading space.
Projection Apps listed at 'Teach with your iPad' http://teachwithyouripad.wikispaces.com/Projection+Apps Projection Apps listed at 'Teach with your iPad'
When teaching a class, being able to display from your device is crucial. Using the iPAD VGA adapter, the iPAD can be connected to anything that has a VGA port ( LCD TV, projector). The VGA adapter will not display the screen on its own. The iPAD needs apps that are built to project to use the VGA cable. Below are apps that have the VGA projection feature built in.
If the iPad is jail broken then the complete screen and anything displayed can be projected using ... 'Display Out'
Padilicious http://padilicious.com/ The whole point of this website:
To provide easy-to-use Mac tools, that create browser-based content for display on computers and the iPad.
So browse this site, download and use the free tools, and tell your friends and classmates.
iPad Licence http://bit.ly/blzrrH iPad Licence ... Assessment tool to monitor student use of the iPad
How To Setup Parental Controls on iPad http://bit.ly/c6WnNB How To Setup Parental Controls on iPad Simple Steps for the iChallenged Parent
Here is a step-by-step guide to setup parental control restrictions on the iPad with OS 3.2.
This is a follow-up Knol to the hugely popular How To Setup Parental Controls on iPhone & iPod Touch (OS 3.x Edition). Though this page is long, the steps are generally intuitive and easy to follow.
If you prefer video, catch the video tutorial on YouTube instead.
iPad Apps for the Classroom — Video Edition http://bit.ly/cb9ZbF iPad Apps for the Classroom — Video Edition
As a way to make my experiences with the iPad thus far accessible to my colleagues (and archived for future reference, as I’m sure these musings will play a major role in my Presidential Library), I thought I’d shoot some brief FlipCam videos describing these useful apps and how I see integrating them in my own teaching.
iPod and iPad User Group Wiki http://wiki.canby.k12.or.us/groups/ipodusergroup/ iPod & iPad User Group Wiki
We welcome you to our wiki and blog for supporting iPod & iPad devices in education.
Although our focus is K-12, many of the techniques should work for you at any level and with any number of devices. On the wiki side of this site are the deployment and management articles, and on the blog side, you will find the classroom activities (written primarily by teachers) where iPods are supporting achievement improvement for our students.
Phone Disk http://www.macroplant.com/phonedisk/ iPad, iTouch or iPhone Disk Mode is made easy with Phone Disk.
Using your standard USB cable, this tiny program runs in the menu bar or system tray of your Mac or PC. When it finds an iPod Touch or iPhone it seamlessly mounts it to your file system so you can directly access its files using Windows Explorer, Finder and every other program.
Tapped-In: iPad Application Reviews (Podcast) http://bit.ly/ckuUPv Tapped-In: iPad Application Reviews (Podcast)
Our concise video reviews let you see the apps BEFORE you download. We’ll show you which applications shine and point out tips and tricks for getting the most out of your iPad. Subscribe to keep up with the best new apps out there, from games to productivity tools, and everything in between.
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iPad Today http://twit.tv/ipt Tech geeks Leo Laporte and Sarah Lane love their iPads so much, they've created "iPad Today," the TWiT network's first show highlighting the best apps, most helpful tools, coolest tricks, and essential news surrounding the iPad revolution. "iPad Today" is smart, informative, and lots of fun.
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