Mind mapping is a method that works for quite a lot of people. Brain storming, idea mapping, thought generation, think tanks – call it what you will. Traditionally done on large pieces of paper, why not use your iPad to create mind maps? You could use these for your own purposes, or “convert” those large flip charts into a smaller, digital version.
Robin Good: Rachel Smith explains in very simple words how you can use your iPad to capture and record visually the key ideas and concepts presented during a lecture, keynote, training class or presentation.
She provides a good round-up of four relevant tools that can be used for this task, analyzing their key pros and cons as well as providing logistic and technical advice on how to best organize and setup yourself for doing visual recording on the iPad.
As similar tools will provide more ready-made icons, templates and patterns available for this kind of real-time idea-capturing, this rare and pioneering visual recording work will begin to catch up even more rapidly.
"We are seeing more and more iPads in schools. They offer all kinds of possibilities for new ways to teach students. Because they are so portable, it is much easier for students to bring them anywhere they go, and bring the learning with them.
The iPad is even useful for young students because of its intuitive, easy to understand user interface. Almost anyone can pick one up and know exactly how to use it. Of course, the device on its own is not much of an education tool. You need iPad apps for education. Sure, you can use Maps to learn a little geography and Notes to jot down some thoughts, but you really need to download some of the amazing third-party apps out there to make the most out of your iPad. Today, I am here to show you some of the very best iPad apps for students. With these apps, students will become mobile learning machines, ready to soak up knowledge anywhere they go..."
"The iPad looks amazing when projected onto a large screen. The students in a 1 to 1 iPad classroom gets to see the apps at work. Have a look at the list below to see if any of these might be useful in your classroom..."
Het betreft hier zeven apps. Voor één app moet je betalen en de andere zijn gratis. De apps zijn verkrijgbaar in de Apple-winkel (iTunes).
Ik heb zelf geen iPad, dus ik weet niet hoe je een iPad aan een Windows PC moet koppelen en of dat wel kan. Ook weet ik niet of je een iPad rechtstreeks aan een digibord kunt koppelen. Ik heb hier ooit ergens iets over gelezen, maar waar..???
Maar goed, er zal hier ook wel weer een truc voor zijn, toch...? Of heb ik "Apps in Education" verkeerd begrepen...?
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"One of the weaknesses of iPad app store is its glaring shortage of productivity apps. Apple is too busy with other things to seriously address this issue letting the room for other developers to take charge of it. CloudOn is one of the apps that has recently been added to the productivity sector of the iPad allowing users to have an instant access to Microsoft Office as if they were on their computers..."
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