Jul 212012
 

The Institute has been very enriching indeed! I have come across some inspiring teachers, great IT cracks and very dedicated educators. So what am I taking home – apart from the assignments for the group project on Digial Citizenship and OER?

A list of new Twitter contacts: The Hashtag #ADE2012 comes up with a lot of names of people I’d like to keep in touch with.

An inspiring new video, showing what Apple Distinguished Educators are and do.

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Loads of useful Links:

TheFreeMac.com – Software
Strawhatvisuals– Bill Frakes
iPadagogy – video channel of app reviews
Mgleeson edublog – it’s teaching, not iPads
Copyrightconfusion – bringing clarity
The Padagogy Wheel – Allan Carrington
Digital Differentiation with Screencasting
YouTubeChannel digital citizanship – curriculum
YouTube Channel Google for Educators
Flipped classroom – Research and resources

Accessability
Mobile Accessability Community
Recommendations Braille Institute
Apple Insider: Accessability in Mountain Lion
HTML5 and Javascript for Accessability
VoiceOver Keyboard Shortcuts
Closed Captions, Track element Standard
SEN

Case Studies and Best Practices:
ipadacademy.com/-Apps, Best practices etc.
iPads have revolutionised teaching

iPad inEducation Wiki
Apple TV in Classroom
eMobilize
Schools of the future
Learning and Teaching Technologies
iTouch Review 2012
Tpack-Model
SAMR-Model

Free Resources (for ADEs or general):

Showbie – Free Lifetime Premium Account
Apps for presentations
iBooks Author Guides for Schools
classwidgets.com/ – widgets for iBooks
iBookWidgets
ibooksgenerator.com/ –embed videos and maps
OERs
Open University on iTunesU
Copyrightfriendly
Legally reusable Media – Collection by John Shoemaker
Infogr.am
easel.ly
Setting up Mac OS Server

Some new definitions and interesting quotes:

We require our teachers not to teach, but to mentor (Peter Scott, Open University)
Data has to belong to the learner (Peter Scott, Open University)
It’s not what you DO, but how you DESIGN it (Peter Scott, Open University)
A good communicator is falling in lover everyday (Bill Frakes)
Don’t show the tools – show the magic (Aline)
Learning how to fall ofd the bike is just as important as learning how to ride it (?)
Technology should be like oxygen – ubiquitous and invisible (?)
If you’re teaching the way you were 10 years ago, you’re guilty of educational malpractice.-J Rickabaugh

Useful Apps

Music
professional development
Omigraffle – for Layout and Infographics (rather expensive, but impressive)
Perspective
Kendama
Reflection
Apps for your Primary Classroom
Creative App-titude
Initial iPad Setup

Pitch videos

Creative Challenges for Music
iPad Classroom Implementation Guide
Professional Learning (iTunesU)

Photostreams and Collages

Digitalnative

Rob Appleby

Jenny Hulme

Reflections on the ADE Institute

fs. Fraser Speirs
techieang.edublogs
JerseyITguy
TechnologyBucket

ADE Kit Global Institute 2012

And of course a passport full of stickers,

stamps and souvenirs, a T-Shirt and a Rain-Jacket!

Should you have any Links, Resources, Pitch Videos etc.
that I have missed, please past them into a comment,
and I will add them accordingly. Thanks!

 

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Lovey Wymann, Inhaberin von Lovey Wymann's Schreib-Lounge, ist leidenschaftliche Werbetexterin, anerkannter Gadget-Freak und neugierige Reisende.

  16 Responses to “Apple Global Institute, Cork 2012: Takeaways”

  1. […] Here is the link to Lovey’s blog post. Have a look at this Apple Distinguished Video. It was showed each morning and it united us in our vision. http://schreib-lounge-blog.ch/2012/07/21/apple-global-institute-cork-2012-takeaways/ […]

  2. […] Here is the link to Lovey’s blog post. Have a look at this Apple Distinguished Video. It was showed each morning and it united us in our vision. http://schreib-lounge-blog.ch/2012/07/21/apple-global-institute-cork-2012-takeaways/ […]

  3. Thanks for gathering all of these resources from our week. I’ve posted a link to your blog on my blog. :)

    • Let me know if you have others that I have missed – I will gladly add them to the list!

  4. Thanks for gathering all of these resources from our week. I’ve posted a link to your blog on my blog. :)

    • Let me know if you have others that I have missed – I will gladly add them to the list!

  5. Wonderful work. Tremendous listing of very helpful teaching resources. Thank you.

  6. Wonderful work. Tremendous listing of very helpful teaching resources. Thank you.

  7. Thanks for collecting all the links and resources from the conference. Very helpful to find it all organized in one location!

  8. Thanks for collecting all the links and resources from the conference. Very helpful to find it all organized in one location!

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  11. Hi Lovey – just brilliant You got it all together
    My writeup of the week is taking a long time but i will get to it
    in the meantime i have listed you site under the  menu of my site
    http://www.jentunes.com – do help yourself to anything you like – there are some nice collages there too. Jenny

    • Thanks, Jenny! Will hava a look as soon as I am back from my annual holidays!

  12. Hi Lovey – just brilliant You got it all together
    My writeup of the week is taking a long time but i will get to it
    in the meantime i have listed you site under the  menu of my site
    http://www.jentunes.com – do help yourself to anything you like – there are some nice collages there too. Jenny

    • Thanks, Jenny! Will hava a look as soon as I am back from my annual holidays!

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