Kaleidoscope 19-21 July 2011

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1 iPadagogy
1.1 Background paper:
1.2 Background Image
1.3 90 second Introduction
2 Programme:
2.1 Intro
2.2 Concurrent Sessions:
2.3 Wrapup:
2.4 Equipment:


This is the innovation team for presenting the joys of the iPad to Unitec staff at the upcoming "Kaleidoscope" event. This will involve 5 x 20 minute (repeat) interactive presentations with 5 participants in each over 3 days in the July semester break, 19-21 July. Rather than simply talking about how we have used the iPad for education, we will facilitate 5 small groups EXPERIENCING some of what the potential of the iPad in education is. Ideas so far are 5 x 20 minute interactive sessions with all participants given an iPad2 for the sessions.

Background paper:

iPadagogy (https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ESAnAMqJ8SiQ6Ro3s3o8lk5LkWiNY_sKJmWK-Oiz4iU/edit?authkey=CPqp95kG&hl=en_GB)


Background Image
Students with iPads
Apple iPad TV adds looping.

Full resolution:
external image Music_students_with_iPads.jpg

90 second Introduction

Illustrate how innovative mobile technology is enabling change in the way we approach teaching and learning, i.e. enabling a change from Lecturer delivered content to:experiential learning - play 30 second snippet from Kick Ass from the iPad 60 second slideshow from iPad illustrating: student-generated content student-generated contexts



1minute overview of each activitiy by each presenter as iPads handed out (All). Default homepage on iPad set to Kaleidoscope Wiki page for links to examples, accessible on the iPads.

Concurrent Sessions:

Each activity to start with a 1-2 minute presentation of a student activity.

1. Augmented Reality and the iPad/iPhone. Augmenting the real world with rich media and digital information (Vickel)

Enabling Student-generated learning contexts populated with student-generated content.
Wikitude (http://wikitude.org) and Archifail (http://archifail.wordpress.com/) example from Architecture project 2010

2. Presenting, Polling and researching using the iPad. Tools for in class interaction (James Oldfield (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kihL8hunRHU)

Reinventing lecture interaction
Polleverywhere (http://www.polleverywhere.com)

Mindmeister (http://www.mindmeister.com)

3. Mobile Movie making. Creating, editing, and sharing movies via the iPad (Thom Cochrane)

Enabling Student-generated content
PASA Mobisodes 2011 Playlist (http://www.youtube.com/playlist?p=PLB2FFDB84091FD488)

iMovie - participants record short clips and edit movie on iPad then upload and share on YouTube

4. Music composition and performance using the iPad & Garageband (Rima Cooper)

Enabling Student-generated content
iBand YouTube example iBand1 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Ifnk0CCkKU) Garageband on iPad for 'virtual' band Garageband for recording and editing a short PODCast

5. Productivity and the iPad/iPod. Four tools/Apps for effective workflow on the iPad (Brett Murphy)

Reinventing vocational teaching - augmenting the hands-on experience with student-generated eportfolios
Student created videos of boatbuilding (http://www.youtube.com/user/chrisfowens) Blogging on the ipad eBooks


Single page summary handout with links to all 5 example activities and QR Code handed out as iPads returned (All presenters).

Each presentation leader records participants BRIEF reflections on the iPad/iPhone and upload to a YouTube playlist that is later emailed to all the participants as a summary.

YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/2011Kaleidoscope


screen for each concurrent session audio for movie and music groups Internet connectivity for polling, productivity and Augmented Reality groups 25 iPad2s for participants, 5 iPad 2 s for presenters iPads imaged with apps for each of the five demoes