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Robert EM Craven


Introduction to the iPad
  • What's in the box and buttons
  • Discussion about accessories
  • General Control
  • Setting up your iPad
  • Settings
Adding Content to your iPad
  • Audio
    • Playlists
  • Video

iTunes App Store

  • Searching
  • Organizing
  • Removing 
  • Syncing
iTunes App Store Volume Purchase
    Apps on each iPod Touch will need to be purchased. Recently, Apple began the App Store Volume Purchase Program for education. With this program an Authorized Purchaser for your school or district will purchase an App in bulk. Apple will then send a series of codes that can be used to download the app to your iPods. The codes are similar to redeeming an iTunes gift card and work only for the specific App purchased. Many Apps are available at a bulk discount via the Volume Purchase Page. To find out more information visit: 

    Marketing page:

    Volume Purchase Program:

    VPP FAQs:

Growing List of iPad Apps for Education

 Reference CreativitySubject Specific
 DropBox World Book
 SonicPics Lite (iPhone)
 3D Brain
 GoodReader Dictionary Postcard Lite
 Periodic Table
 HistoryMaps PhotoPad (Photo editing)
 Brain Pop
 USA Today
 Evernote Google Earth
 Dragon Dictation
 Weather Channel
 Google (Google Form)
 Quick Voice
 Etextbooks Toy Story (digital book)
 Skype/AIM Kindle Strip Designer (.99)
 Constitution Alice Lite NPR Reel Director (2.99)
 My Congress TED
 Jumbo Calculator
 Science Dictionary
 Virtuoso (piano keyboard)
 Planets Puppet Pals
 Huddle Museum of London Comic Touch Lite
 APOD (Astronomy Pic of Day)
 PrintCentral (9.99)
  Draw GeoSky Watch
 Dragon Dictate  Lifecards Molecules (web not app)  Filterstorm (photo editing)
 PocketCAS Lite (Graphing Calc)
 iTalk Lite  SketchBook Pro Quick Graph
 Air Display  DoodleBuddy 3D Sun
   Art Studio Brain Tutor 3D

Taking your iPad Online
  • Connecting to a wireless access point
  • Browsing the Internet
    • Multiple browers
  • Adding a Bookmark
    • iPad in Ed Website (
    • iPad in Ed (

  • Saving Images
    • Tap image>Save image
    • Finding images on iPad
  • Printing
    • Print Central App
  • Searching for Apps on the iPad

Mobile Learning in the Classroom

Sample survey using Student Response Systems: QuickieQ 

If you've some extra time be sure to check out to see how iPod Touch devices and iPad devices are being used in the classroom. This site is run by Apple Distinguished Educators and showcases how best to use apps in the classroom. The site includes lesson plans with video of students and teaches working on the particular lesson. Also, student work is shared and made available. 

Wrap Up