iPads

Recording Lessons For Independent Work

Here is an example of a recorded page from SmartNotebook. This is something that seems more difficult than it is and take very little time to do.

If you don’t want to upload it to Youtube and then post it on a blog, it is also possible to save a file saved to your computer and paste it into a shared drive or individual z drives for students to access at school.

Creating videos for students to review lessons or introduce them to concepts can also easly be done on and iPad with a screencasting app like Explain Everything. The three types of movies below could also be done by students as a way to show their understanding of a concept or teaching other students.

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Flipping the classroom does not mean that work has to be sent home to do at home. It can mean doing things differently in the classroom.

School District Launches iPads

Adopting the iPad as a school wide tool is part of the discussions here at AES. We are having great success with the ways teachers are piloting from KG to 5th grade. The middle school is also moving their set of 20 iPads around to different teachers and subject areas, while the high school has gone the direction of making them dedicated devices to two teachers. Here is an article about a school district in Michigan that is investing in students from grades3 to 12 to have their own tablet. What have your experiences with an Ipad or other tablet been like in a school setting?