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iPad Tutorial

iPad Tutorial

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Author: Stacy Lohman
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Goal: Introduce the iPad, its care and basic operations.

iPad Lesson 1

Goal: Introduce the iPad, its care and basic operations.

1. Introduce the parts of the iPad

• Cover and how it slides into the back to make a slanted stand.

• Home Key (round button on the front at the bottom)

• Power button (top button)

• Mute button (on the right side at the top, it is orange when it is muted)

• Volume control (on the right side at the top)

• Dock connector port (on the bottom edge, underneath the Home Key)

2. Introduce basic operation

• 3 ways to turn the ipad on

o Click the home button and slide the slider bar

o Click the power button

o Hold the power button until the apple appears

• Tilt changes the display

• Each of the dots at the bottom represents the page that you are on

• Swipe your finger to the left or to the right to change pages

• If you are on some other page and you want to get to page 1, just click the

home key

• Content of each page

o Page 1 – Reference

o Page 2 – Productivity and Project Tools

o Page 3 – Math

o Page 4 – Reading

o Page 5 – Language

o Page 6 – Science

o Page 7 – Social Studies

o Page 8 – Art and Music

• How to open an app (just touch the app and it will open)

• How to exit an app (click the home key)

• 2 ways to turn it off

o Put it to sleep (click the power button at the top one time)

o Power off (hold the power button at the top until the “power off” bar

shows up, then swipe to power off)

3. Basic care of the iPad

• Do not wipe the screen with anything but the black cloth.

• Do not spray any water or other cleaner onto the screens.

• Keep the iPad out of extreme heat or cold.

• Hands should be clean before use.

4. Explain responsible Student use

• The iPads are the property of the school, we cannot load personal items such as

music, photos, games or apps that belong to individuals.

• They are an expensive piece of technology that is a privilege to use, not a right.

If you misuse the iPads you will lose the privilege.

• Students are not allowed to make any changes to the apps, the pages or the

setup of the iPad. This also includes the wallpaper and the backgrounds.

• Students are not allowed to purchase an item and put it on the iPad, even if it is

through an individual account.

• Just as when using a school computer, all websites visited, projects and written

work should be appropriate for school.

• Students are not allowed on any page past Page 8. (You can show them the Page

9 and explain how it is for apps to help the Teacher do his/her job, and contain

teacher information. We want to take the mystery out of it, but yet convey that

anything past Page 8 is absolutely not a place where they are allowed to

explore.)

5. Using an App

• Choose one app that you would like your class to spend time using

• Show the students where to locate the app and give them time to use it

independently

6. Cleanup

• All iPads should be POWERED OFF, not just put in sleep mode.

• Screens should be wiped clean of fingerprints

• Place the iPads back into the cases according to their numbers

• Make sure the dock connector port is facing up

(so we can plug in the

chargers easily)

• Classroom teachers are responsible for making sure all iPads are accounted for.

iPad Lesson 2

Goal: Become more familiar with the iPad, learn how to lock the

display, quickly open a recently used app, and close all apps

running in the background.

1. Review the parts of the iPad

2. Review basic operation (be sure to open and close 2 or 3 apps during this time)

3. Review basic care

4. Review responsible use

5. Introduce new operations

Quickly opening a recently used app

• Click the home button 2 times and you will see a row of apps appear at the

bottom. These are apps that are running in the background. You can touch

the app from the bottom row and it will open that app back up.

Locking the display

• Click the home button 2 times

• Swipe your finger to the right and you will see a set of controls

• The first button (an arrow in a circle shape) is the lock/unlock screen. You

will use this button when you want to lock the display so that it doesn’t

change orientation when you tilt the iPad.

• The slider bar with the sun symbol is to dim or brighten the display.

Teachers will want to use this button when displaying under the document

camera. It reduces the glare.

• The next 3 buttons are for controlling music through the ipod.

• The slider bar with the speaker symbol is a way that you can adjust the

master volume of the iPad.

• The last button is a quick link to the iPod part of the iPad where you can play

any music that you have loaded.

Closing apps running in the background

• Click the home button 2 times and you will see a row of apps appear at the

bottom. These are apps running in the background, that when you are

finished, you no longer want them to run so you can save your battery

power.

• To close each app, hold your finger on top of one of the apps until all the

app icons start to wiggle.

• You will see a – sign appear beside each icon. Click this – sign ON THE

BOTTOM ROW OF APPS ONLY. This closes the app.

• NEVER CLICK AN X on an app when it is wiggling. That will delete the app

from the iPad.

6. Students explore an app or set of apps as determined by the teacher.

7. Review and complete Cleanup steps.

iPad Lesson 3

Goal: Become more familiar with the iPad, use an app or set of apps

to reinforce a concept.

1. Review the parts of the iPad

2. Review basic operations

3. Review basic care

4. Review responsible use

5. Students explore an app or set of apps as determined by the teacher. Remember to

monitor use and watch for students straying beyond page 8.

6. Review and complete Cleanup steps.

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