Tricks to using the iPod Touch in class http://bit.ly/nxuQID Tricks to using the iPod Touch in class
I’ve written previously on using mobile devices in class, and have made reference to quite a few excellent resources in my re-Tweets on Twitter. I thought I’d bring some of the best together in one post as I often find myself forgetting where I put them.
100 Ways to Use Your iPod http://bit.ly/oIA9A4 100 Ways to Use Your iPod to Learn and Study Better
To find out about the many different ways you can transform your iPod into a learning device, check out our list below ...
I Teach Therefore iPod http://iteachthererforeipod.blogspot.com/ I Teach Therefore iPod I wanted to make you aware of our recently developed blog that provides some details about the IPod Touch Pilot at our school, Sandy Plains Elementary School in Baltimore, Maryland.
I encourage you to check it out, comment, provide feedback, and ask questions so we may share and learn together."
Turn iPod Touch into iPhone http://bit.ly/crxm9p Turn iPod Touch into iPhone By Chinese Company
A Chinese company named Yosion has developed a device and they have given a name of Apple Peel 520, which is able to convert your iPod Touch into iPhone.
iPods at 'Learning in Hand' Blog http://learninginhand.com/ipod/ iPods at 'Learning in Hand' Blog
iPod nano and iPod classic are more than just music and video players. iPods have functionality that can be used in many different ways for teaching and learning.
Managing a Major iPod Deployment http://bit.ly/cQ46Hz Managing a Major Deployment
Or, "How to un-box, label, tag, update, sync, and get into carts 840 iPod touches without going crazy
We have been working diligently to manage what seemed to be a monumental task of getting these 800+ iPod touches ready for our Fall deployment, when we will provide iPod touch devices to every child in 3rd Grade (and 2nd and 4th Grade children in the classrooms blended with 3rd Graders).
We also have carts going to 4th and 5th Grade classrooms in some schools, math classes at the middle school, and reading & English language learner classrooms at the high school (our science teacher is moving to iPads this year).
My Collection of iPod Apps http://bit.ly/cZYQR0 My Collection of iPod Apps
Except for the iPhone's built-in camera and the obvious advantage that it is a cell phone (and therefore always connected to a network), an iPod touch 2G or 3G connected to a Wi-Fi network and equipped with an optional microphone is closely functional to its more expensive cousin.
Innovating with iPods in the Classroom (Part 1) http://bit.ly/aJDOwh Innovating with iPods in the Classroom (Part 1)
Some excellent practical advice for teachers who plan an iPod project with their students Part Two can be see HERE