Here is a link to my latest blog post on our iPad trial at BNIT.
There were a huge amount of new mobile operating system features announced today for the iOS iPad and iPhone platform, including the fact that there are over 200 million iOS devices out there, making it the leading mobile platform (44%). There are over 425,000 apps available now also. Its one that large amounts of educators are leveraging to enhance their teaching and learning - so here is a summary (based on the TUAW top ten …Continue
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With the tagline "Join us for a preview of the future of iOS and Mac OS X", and now the news that iCloud will also be announced, the early morning of the 7th (for us in Australia) could be a very exciting time. So who will be getting up?!
Follow the Aussie Mactalk.com.au live blog at:…Continue
Two teachers with one day off a week to research everything about mobile devices? - Id like to see that.....
Thats what Dan Green and I (Lachlan Maclean) are doing this year.
We are looking specifically at improving numeracy but we have included everything so far. I'm IT and Numeracy and Dan is Art. We have team taught various classes including Maths. I have had great feedback from Louise at Shepparton HS, Deon at St Aloyisius, Sean at Acacia College and Michael at St…Continue
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We have successfully rolled out just under 400 iPads to Students and Teachers in Years 9 & 11. Part of the roll out was creating a website that provides detailed information in relation to the iPad programme at Redlands College for teachers, students and parents, covering goals/ rationale, set-up, support and a news forum to name a few.
Feel free to visit the Redlands College iPad Programme Portal at:…Continue
A few teachers at my school have just started to explore the possible uses of iPod technology and I think my brain might explode! This site has provided some top ideas already, but one thing I'm wondering is about the bulk syncing of a class set of iPods. I'd love to buy 30 iPods, identify some apps to buy, have them in the library or something then lend them out to classes to use for lots of different purposes. Is this do-able? I know an individual iTunes account can…Continue
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Protection is ALWAYS about insurance. You use protection to reduce the possibility of a an event that could be disastrous. In a school environment the loss of equipment is a bad thing.…Continue
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For those who are looking for a rationale or research base for mobile learning projects, my presentation looks at two things - our research in Australian and overseas schools, backed up by international studies to suggest that mobile devices have a big impact on student learning; and high quality Australian apps with feeds into a backend assessment system. Please contact me if you need further info.…Continue
Please find attached presentations from this session and app lists mentioned during this presentation. Please note this presentation also includes Ungarie Central School.
You may also like to check out the iPod Touch Classroom Ning which currently has over 400 members from around the world!…Continue
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