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Published on Jun 25, 2014
Created with Haiku Deck, Explain Everything, and published via YouTube Capture with an iPad for iPad Media Camp in Loves Park, Illinois: June 2014. The following questions are answered in this video, access hyperlinks to each answer by clicking the times below or visiting: http://wiki.ipadmediacamp.com/faqs
How do I face the challenge of only having one iPad in a class of 31 Juniors? (0:23) Please explain how to get out of private YouTube (1:24) How could I make math vocabulary more interesting? (2:39) What are some other ways elementary teachers could use QR codes in our classrooms? (3:17) Do you have any particular apps you recommend for P.E.? Also, what do you recommend I use to show the break down of a skill? (5:43) How do we make sure projects using technology don't become just another way of separating our "haves" from our "have nots"? (8:02) Can you please go into further detail on why public share is a beneficial method? I hesitate publishing on blogs among my coworkers, so I'm really on the cautious side and see public as risky. (10:48) Can you only use QR Codes with a Website or app with a link? What if you wanted to have a code for center directions....does it gave to be connected to a web page or site? (13:01) How do you create a digital based project in a time and content constrained classroom when all the students do not have the same access to technology and the teacher's iPad is the only guaranteed one in the room? (13:42) What would be the easiest app for making recordings with pics/stories for primary kids? (15:00) How often do you have your students use audioboo, kidblog, or educreations? When you are first introducing the new apps to your students how much time do you typically spend doing a walkthrough of the app? (15:46) Can two teachers be using air display on the same network at the same time? (16:53) If you are just starting to use IPADS in the 'whole class' 1:1 setting, what would be the first 3 APPS you would propose for use in the elementary classroom, middle school classroom and high school classroom? (17:36)