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Schools across the country are all struggling with how 2 manage digital content. Teachers and Media Specialists are all shifting from analog systems to digital systems. The iDig Video team looks at some of the problems in this transfer as well as some solutions. Also students are increasingly doing their work in digital format and schools are figuring out ways to best showcase this digital content.
James gives a step-by-step on iPad deployment. He’s done the research and has created a model for how to plan and purchase iPads for your school.
The new iPhones are out and we review the pros and cons of using them in your classroom. Also the CECA 2013 Conference (Connecticut Educators Computer Association) is coming next month and iDig Video will be there! Both James and Jonathan have been selected as presenters: James will present on iPads Across Elementary Grades: Behind the Scenes. Jonathan will present: Take the Leap: Creativity in the 21st Century Classroom!
A new season of iDig Video – join us to hear What’s New on the Horizon at Apple. Also James discusses an exciting 1:1 deployment in his Media Center and how it applies to video production. And video students seem to pick up the tech stuff pretty quickly, but struggle with story structure. We outline an intro to teaching story structure to video students.
Life changing events don’t occur that often, but when they do, well…they’re life changing.
Innovative educators have been finding ways to personalize the one-size-fits-all mentality of published materials for decades. As we break open the dreaded boxed curriculum materials at the start of every school year, our first thoughts revolve around how we will modify and improve the content to meet the unique needs of each student. If anyone knows how to spice up a learning experience, it is a first class teacher. We have all been doing this for years.
Meg Wilson (@iPodsibilities) joins us for a look at some fascinating ways in which new tech and media are now being used in education. From the first time Meg brought an iPod into a room of “doubting” educators – Meg has been at the forefront of developing new tech ideas for the classroom! She shares of some of the innovative work she is now doing at the Avenues – World School in NYC.
Hosts: Meg Wilson Kelly Dumont Guest: Jethro Jones A discussion with Jethro about his new book, The Paperless Principal. No iPad Mini invitations this week. New iPods released App of the Week – A selection of apps to help you go paperless. Check out our Show Notes Leave us some feedback! Contact us with any questions or comments- firstname.lastname@example.org
Hosts: Meg Wilson Kelly Dumont Meg and Kelly discuss a few different work flow scenarios for iOS devices in schools. Apple Maps Apology iPad Mini in a couple of Weeks App of the Week – Evernote Check out our Show Notes Leave us some feedback! Contact us with any questions or comments- email@example.com
iOS 6 was released on Wednesday and we’ve had a chance to check it out. Join us and our guest Mark Coppin – @mcopp – as we check out the new features and share what we like about this update to the iOS software. You can view the video of this episode on the EdReach Youtube channel, as we had the opportunity to show off a few of the new features like Guided Access.
Hosts: Meg Wilson Kelly Dumont Luis Perez iPhone 5 and iOS 6 Discussion Check out our Show Notes Leave us some feedback! Contact us with any questions or comments- firstname.lastname@example.org
What is all the fuss about iTunesU all of the sudden? Meg and Kelly talk about the recent changes to iTunesU and what it means for districts, schools, and you. Hosts: Meg Wilson - @ipodsibilities Kelly Dumont - @kdumont Check out our Show Notes Leave us some feedback! Contact us with any questions or comments- email@example.com
We’re back from a late summer hiatus, with Sue Gorman joining us for a discussion on new beginnings, professional development, and what’s upcoming for Apple in the next couple of months.
Chad, Judi and Tammy are back ‘midsummer’ to share all kinds of mobile news that has happened recently. We wrap up ISTE and talk briefly about what Chad learned at the ADE Institute in regards to iTunes U and building courses with iTunes U Course Manager. We also break down some apps we’ve been using including Apple’s Podcasts app, Chrome for iOS and Google Drive for iOS. All this and more on this week’s episode of Mobile Reach!
This week on LiTTech: Addie and Emily talk about the upcoming ALA Annual Conference in Anaheim, CA. It’s the largest gathering of librarians and one of the largest conferences in the world, so there’s lots to think about! Show Host: Emily Thompson Show contributors: Adrienne Matteson Leave us some feedback! Contact us with any questions or comments- firstname.lastname@example.org
Mobile Reach #34 – Back from EdCamp Chad, Judi and Tammy are back and talk all kinds of mobile learning. We share out recent news related to Apple and using mobile phones in the classroom. We also share out some apps and end with an audio QR #eduwin! Show Host: Chad Kafka (@chadkafka) Co-Hosts: Judi Epcke (@jepcke), Tammy Lind (@taml17) The Mobile Reach Show Notes Leave us some feedback! Contact us with any questions or comments- email@example.com
Has the interactive whiteboard technology run its course? Is it worth the time, money and effort to install? This week on the Razor’s Ed, I look at interactive whiteboard technology and riff on if it is the right time to buy. Update: Word is the Reflection app is almost ready for PC beta testing. Stay tuned to their website for details
I had a life changing experience this past January. No, not one that will live in infamy. And no, not one that is really a big deal anymore for many people. But for me, it’s been a game changer. I bought my first iPhone. Now while I love all the ways I can use it to call, text, email, tweet, research, play “Words with Friends”, etc. some of the most fun I’ve had with it is as a video creation […]