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Rethinking the Classroom - Research - Herman Miller - 2 views

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    "Educators, researchers, and students are discovering the benefits and advantages of cooperative, active, and engaged learning. Classroom spaces that support such a shift in teaching and learning have lagged behind. A significant opportunity exists for maximizing learning opportunities and creating meaningful experiences by rethinking the classroom experience."
John Evans

Apple TV in Schools |  IPAD 4 SCHOOLS - 2 views

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    "Apple TV (US$99) is a box you attach to the projector / TV that picks up the screen of any iPad and displays it without the need for wires! The teacher can walk around their room and display anything that's on their iPad screen on the Projector/TV. This means the teacher can display from anywhere and even use the iPads camera to show student work 'live' without gathering students around one point in the room"
John Evans

How to Set Up Class iPad and iPod Touch Devices « The Spicy Learning Blog - 0 views

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    "Originally posted Sept 2010.

    Modified June 2011 (I have struckthrough ideas I've changed, and put in purple new ideas).

    Modified Oct 2011 for iOS 5 update (I have struckthrough ideas I've changed, and put in green new ideas).

    Modified (pink) May 2012 thanks to Bryan Hughes alerting me to Air Server.

    Modified (orange) Sept 2012 thanks to Disp Recorder's release. Finally, a way to record your iPad screen in any app!

    The Apple Fairy has come to your classroom and given you some iPads and/or iPod Touches to use for learning? You and your students sure are the lucky ones. I know what you're thinking though: "So what now, technically speaking?" There are many different ways to set your iDevices up. Here is how I've done mine:"
John Evans

$10 iPad App Setup | My Hullabaloo - 0 views

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    "One question I seem to get a lot about the iPad is what apps do I recommend that are free. I am hearing from a lot of teachers that they have no way to add paid apps and thus are stuck trying to find free apps. My experience is that many free apps stink. They have many adds, require in app purchases to be useful, or are just junk. I tend to stay away from most free apps. So what are you to do if the district controls adding paid apps? My suggestion is to build relationships with the decision makers. Don't just ask for a bunch of apps, instead provide documentation and purpose for a few apps you would like to have. I know this process takes time and effort but if you can show the purpose and learning you have a much better chance. If you need lesson ideas I suggest checking out my Pinterest page, and three of my favorite Pinterest pages: iPadsammy, TechChef4u, and Sue Gorman. Look for apps and lesson ideas there and modify them to fit your standards and kids.

    If I was starting from scratch this is the $10 iPad app setup I would push for in my kindergarten classroom. (I will be posting a $20 setup later)"
John Evans

Initial iPad Setup - 1 views

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    "This site is to support people as they first get their iPad and to look at the apps that Allanah thinks are pretty cool to use in a primary school classroom. I've also added some of my favourite iPhone apps that I use on my iPhone."

    Great site by Allanah King
John Evans

Initial iPad Setup - 7 views

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    "This site is to support people as they first get their iPad and to look at the apps that Allanah thinks are pretty cool to use in a primary school classroom. I've also added some of my favourite iPhone apps that I use on my iPhone. "
John Evans

Get Started With Your New iPad - The Right Way [Setup Guide] | Cult of Mac - 5 views

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    "Just got an iPad for the holidays? You lucky sod! You scored the crown jewel, the Big Tamale - the most marvelous gadget Apple has ever made. Yes, go ahead, pick up its slim aluminum frame and dive right in - Steve knew that's what you wanted to do, and he designed the iPad so you could do just that.

    We want to make sure you get everything right though, and we know there are a few key setup tricks along the way that new (and even some not-so-new) iPad users miss. So take a look at the short list of steps we've lined up here. They won't take long, and they'll make sure you get the best out of your iPad 2. Ready? Here we go."
John Evans

How to Set Up Class iPads and iPods « The Spicy Learning Blog - 4 views

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    ""So what now, technically speaking?""
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