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Dean Mantz

Computer crashed, moved iPad to new...: Apple Support Communities - 6 views

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    Correct Answer by virtualgeo  on May 14, 2010 11:24 PM I just went through this myself. Here's what you need to do: 1) Without connecting your iPad to your laptop, start iTunes. Click on Edit. Click on Preferences. Click on Devices. Check the box next to "Prevent your iPod etc. from automatically syncing." Click OK. 2) Now connect your iPad to your laptop and start iTunes. 3) When iTunes starts, right click on your iPad under Devices in the left column. Select Transfer purchases etc. 4) After it finishes transferring all your apps to your new laptop, right click on your iPad and select Backup your iPad. 5) After it finishes backing up your iPad, right click on your iPad and select Restore etc. 6) After it finishes restoring, left click on your iPad , then click on the Apps tab on top, and check the box next to Sync Apps, then click on Apply below. If everything on your iPad looks good after the sync, go back and click on Edit / Preferences / Devices and UN-check the box next to Prevent your iPod etc. The only other thing you may want to check is if your contacts, bookmarks, etc. are syncing correctly now. If not, go to the Info tab after connecting and make sure you indicate which features you want to sync with what sources. That should do it.
Kathy Fiedler

Kathy Schrock's iPads4teaching - iPads for Teaching - 1 views

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    Welcome to the iPads4teaching site! This site will provide you with tips, tricks and resources for teaching and learning with the iPad.  It does not include the links of apps by Bloom's. You can find those (and more)  on my iPads in the Classroom page, Teaching and Learning with the iPad page, and Bloomin' Apps page, which are listed in the navigation menu. This site will promote the use of the iPad to support sound pedagogical practices and provide professional development options for you. If you have items to share, please use the form in the footer to let me know about them!
John Evans

Your Perfect Solution For Sharing Student iPad Projects | teachingwithiPad.org - 25 views

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    "There is an ever growing number of teachers and students using iPads for creation projects. Little by little, people are understanding that the iPad is not just a consumption device for reading emails, watching YouTube and checking FaceBook and Twitter. The iPad is a powerful creation device. But an issue arose during the year at my school: How does one share large student videos and other projects with parents? Read ahead to find out."
Dean Mantz

Mark W. Smith: In Zeeland, an iPad for every high school student in the district | Detroit Free Press | freep.com - 3 views

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    Stacks of paper and some textbooks have been replaced by the Apple iPad -- one for every high-schooler in the district. That's 1,800 iPads between the two high schools.
John Evans

iPads and the Embarrassment Factor - ProfHacker - The Chronicle of Higher Education - 26 views

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    "News that all the graduate students in my Future of Media seminar would receive iPads for the semester generated a flurry of excitement. Then something odd happened: The students, all in their mid- to late 20s, became self-conscious about carrying iPads. They refused to use them in public"
John Evans

$10 iPad App Setup | My Hullabaloo - 10 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)"
Dean Mantz

Tony Vincent's Learning in Hand - Blog - Classroom iPod touches & iPads: Dos and Don'ts - 24 views

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    Tony Vincent's list of DOs/Don'ts for use of iPods & iPads.
Dean Mantz

iPad Resources for Administrators - 20 views

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    Collection of iPad apps for administrators compiled on this site by Mid-Hudson Regional Information Center. 
Dean Mantz

iRollout of iPads | Mr Lovegrove - 16 views

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    The "Why", "How" and resources for an iPad initiative. 
John Evans

Why Aren't We Talking More About iTunes U? - iPads in Education - 8 views

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    "With so many schools adopting the use of iPads I find it strange that we aren't hearing more about the incredible opportunities available in iTunes U. Well I suppose it isn't that strange given that schools in the early stages of transitioning to an iPad platform are extremely busy and learning one more thing can seem overwhelming. Trust me, I understand that, but I believe if you were to learn one more thing it should be about the power of iTunes U. The possibilities of this incredible tool are endless. I'd like to provide you with just a few examples of the many uses of iTunes U in the hopes that more schools will join this incredible network of learning resources."
Dean Mantz

Disp Recorder for iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation), iPod touch (5th generation) and iPad on the iTunes App Store - 20 views

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    An effective way of creating screencasts directly from the iPad of the iPad and apps themselves.
Carolyn Rains

A list of All The Best iPad Apps Teachers Need ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning - 21 views

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    A list of all the Best iPad Apps teachers need.
Dean Mantz

Virginia using iPads to teach social studies | Business News | eSchoolNews.com - 10 views

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    K-12 education's early steps in movement to an all digital curriculum. Students in 4th, 7th, and 9th grade social studies will be on an iPad.
Dean Mantz

Cydia App: Display Out for iPad | iEvolution - 11 views

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    Cydia app for iPad to display
Dean Mantz

iPad and iPod Touch Handouts | Teaching with Technology - 33 views

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    Special education resources for use with an iPad and iPod Touch. Handouts provided in PDF format.
Dean Mantz

teachwithyouripad - home - 36 views

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    Very nice collection of iPad apps by grade level as well as a variety of different ways to use the iPad.
Amanda Kenuam

Free iPhone/ iPpod / iPad Special Education Apps - 0 views

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    "special education, iphone, ipod, technology, free resources, autism awareness, apps, ipad"
Amanda Kenuam

iPods & iPads are Innovative Tech Tools for Special Education - 0 views

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    "teenagers, SPED, Special Education Software, ipod, videos, technology tools, Assistive Tech, interactive, Apple, Special Education, assistive technology, functional skills, high school, ipad"
Dean Mantz

Is the iPad Fit for School? - 5/1/2010 - School Library Journal - 1 views

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    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. Steve Dembo, online community manager for Discovery Education, has postulated about the device on his blog. "While being able to store a thousand books on the device is wonderful, that in itself doesn't increase student learning," he wrote in an email. "But when you begin combining the written knowledge with images, videos, and interactive activities in a personal, intuitive interface, that's when we begin truly experiencing the future of learning."
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    iPad education visions
Dean Mantz

iPad for Learning for All the Wrong Reasons - Ewan McIntosh | Digital Media & Learning - 17 views

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    Nice and insightful blog post about why iPads can be beneficial beyond just replacing textbooks.
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