ipad basics - Springfield Public Schools

ipad basics - Springfield Public Schools
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IPAD BASICS
NAVIGATION AND CLASSROOM SETUP
• CHAPTER 1 •
IPOD BASICS
Let’s begin with some iPad basics on moving and
navigation.
• Section 1 •
General Navigation
Search Page - Apps and Content on the iPad
Rearrange icons
Stop the “jiggling”.
Tap the “Home Button”
The search page is to the left of the Home Page. Return to the Home Page and scroll
Press and hold an icon and the apps start “jumping”. Drag an icon to rearrange the
left or tap the “Home Button” twice.
apps. Drag an icon on top of an icon to create a folder.
Apps beyond the 11 screens can only be searched. There are 20 apps or 20 folders
per screen. Each folder can contain 20 apps.
Want the apps in alphabetic order?
6 apps are displayed in the bottom of the iPad.
1.
Settings
2. General
Control the Search Page
3. Reset
Search will search for the categories you select, in the order you select.
4. Reset “Home Screen Layout”
Icons can also be arranged on the computer within iTunes when the iPad is
1. Settings
2. General
3. Spotlight Search
connected.
Screenshot
Hold the “Home Button” down and tap the On/Off button. The screen flashes and
the screen shot is added to the Photos app. Photos can be transferred to iPhoto
when you connect to a computer. Photos can also be shared between iPads with the
apps Bump, or WiFi Photo Transfer.
Quick volume mute
Hold the down side of the volume button for 2 seconds
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Speech
1.Setting
2.General
3.Accessibility
4.Speak Selection
5. Drop the Rate, the
default is too fast.
Screen Orientation Lock
Double tap “Home Button” scroll to the left for the option to lock the screen.
Double Tap “Home Button”
Double tap Home is one way to easily switch between apps, another option is to use
the four-finger swipe. The iPad will remember the sequence of apps if you are
switching back and forth.
Home Button or Pinch
Use five fingers and pinch to return to the home screen,
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• Section 2 •
Notes
Use Notes and get comfortable typing.
Turn the iPad for a wider keyboard
Extra Characters?
Copy and Paste
Need é or other characters? - Hold the key on the keyboard, you’ll see the special
Double tap a word or hold on a word to make a selection.
characters that are part of that key.
Highlight the desired text Choose Copy.
Double tap an area or hold down. Select Paste
Want the ¢, hold down on the $. Need a degree º? Hold down the “zero” key.
End of the sentence?
Tap the spacebar twice, that adds a period, a space and sets a capitol letter.
Practice selecting an exact location to edit. Tap and Slide to get the magnifying glass
to show exactly where the cursor is.
All CAPS
Tap quickly 4 times to select the entire paragraph.
Double tap to select all caps (be sure that’s enabled, Settings, General, Keyboard,
Shake the iPad to undo.
Enable caps lock)
Try the Split Keyboard!
Notice the first line on each notepad names the note.
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Add a ShortCut
1. Settings
2. General
3. Keyboard
4. Add New Shortcut
Apostrophe Shortcut
Need an apostrophe? Quickly swipe up on the comma key. Swipe up on the period to
insert a quotation.
Auto Correct
The auto correct is as simple as tapping the space bar. Click the word if you don’t
want to use the auto-correct. Auto-correct can be turned off in Settings. Auto-correct
is powerful, continue to practice!
Keyboard
Tap the keyboard symbol in the lower right to hide the keyboard. Hold down on the
keyboard icon to change the location of the keyboard.
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• Section 3 •
Safari
Safari
Tap the top of the screen to edit or add a URL (web address)
Top of the Webpage
Double tap on a column of text to zoom in.
Quickly Scroll to the Top of the Web Page, double tap the title bar at the top of the
“Pinch” to zoom in and out.
iPad.
Tabbed Browsing in iOS5; tap the plus button and put in a new URL, it adds a new
tab.
Click the
Searching on the webpage? Type the text and select “On this Page”
button to “Add to bookmarks” or “Add to Home Screen”. The
home screen option is only possible if there’s room on the home screen.
Google Search App
Notice the magnifying glass that allows you to search visually.
Save a Photo
Tap and hold an image to get the option “Save Image” to save it to Photos.
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• Section 4 •
More
Article on selecting Multiple Photos
In iPad photo library, tap the Share button at the top right of the screen
Have an iPhone or iPod? Miss a calculator and timer? A few suggested
Tap with two fingers held close together and hold just for the briefest moment
apps:
and then drag the two fingers across all the photos you want to select.
Calculator
Reboot the iPad
Hold in the power button until ‘slide to power off’ appears. Slide to power off. Hold
the power button until the apple logo appears to power on.
TroubleShooting, Quit an App.
• Double Tap Home to see the Apps
Giant Timer
• Hold down on an App to make it “jiggle”
• Click the minus to delete the App from the bottom bar. That will quit the App.
• Return to the Home Screen and Open it again.
• There is no reason to manually close all the apps, but if an app is not working
correctly, forcing the app to quit might solve the problem.
Great collection of iPad tips
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• CHAPTER 2 •
SETUP
Classroom setup begins with student and teacher
needs. Where will the iPads be stored after class?
How will they be used during the day? What
procedures will students need in place for smooth
daily access?
• Section 1 •
Purchases
1. iPad
Interactive 2.1
2. Bretford charging
Cart
3. Trident cases
4. Student email
5. Velcro strips
6. Headsets
7. Apple TV
8. Audio Sound Box
9. Video Stand
A few things to consider in the beginning.
10.Microphones
11.Printing - Printopia
12.List of Apps for the
iPad 1:1 created by
http://
www.applist.me/
us.php
Getting Started
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• CHAPTER 3 •
STUDENT INTRODUCTION
Regardless of how many iPads your classroom has students will
need to explore the basics. Our rollout was designed to help
students:
Get Familiar with the iPad
Personalize the iPad
Check the setup, and note things that are missing
Setup Email
Create a Comic Life and email it to the teacher
• Section 1 •
Quick Overview
1. Check Wireless
2. App Navigation
3. Sound
4. Storing the iPad
5. Safety rules
6. Use Notes App
7. Use Camera
8. Add Personal photo
to desktop
9. Verify audio files,
books, photos
10. Setup email
11. Use Comic Life
Student Introduction
On the day of the rollout students receive
instruction on the care and use of the iPads.
12.Use Whiteboard App
13.Use i-nigma
In the 1:1 setup we have personal email accounts
that are set to go to the classroom teacher. The
email accounts are restricted to the school
domain.
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In iPad carts we have a classroom email account
on each iPad. This makes it easy to send work to
the teacher.
Interactive 3.1 iPad Rollout
Keynote slideshow for the first day of iPad use.
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RESOURCES
• Section 1 •
Resources
SplashTop app to control teacher’s laptop through the iPad.
Trident Kraken Case
Splashtop WhiteBoard - more options that the Splashtop App
http://www.tridentcase.com/case/apple/ipad/ipad2/apple-ipad2-kraken-ii-
District iPad 1:1 webpage
case.html
http://www.springfield.k12.il.us/schools/techservices/ipad/
iOS 5 Education Deployment Guide
District iPod and iPad in the Classroom
http://images.apple.com/education/docs/
IOS_5_Education_Deployment_Guide.pdf
http://www.springfield.k12.il.us/schools/techservices/
ipod_touch_in_the_classroom/
Getting Started with iOS Devices
http://www.apple.com/education/docs/
Getting_Started_with_Apple_iOS_Devices_20110912.pdf
Beginning an iPad Deployment
http://darrencoxon.net/2012/02/26/getting-ready-for-ipad-deployment-tenthings-id-wish-id-known-about-last-year/
Classroom Tools
Apple TV - a blog on using the Apple TV and the iPad in the classroom
Reflections - share the iPad screen on your MacBook
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