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+ Diffusion of Innovations iPads in the Education by Kristy Burrough Picture taken from http://staff.bbhcsd.org/kolism/2011/01/08/the-debate-over-ipads-in-education/
+ iPads in Education The Need Picture taken from http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2010/04/ipad-textbooks/
+ iPads in Education Digital Textbooks Available Educational Apps “Green Initiatives” Portability 21 st Century Skills
+ iPads in Education Research Picture taken from http://blog.learnboost.com/blog/how-to-go-1-to-1-ipads-for-education/
+ iPads in Education Development of the iPad began with: Newton MessagePad 100 PenLite MessagePad 2100 iPhone iPad iPad 2
+ iPads in Education Development Picture taken from https://edutechdebate.org/tablet-computers-in-education/assessing-the-impact-of-ipads- on-education-one-year-later/
+ iPads in Education Problems: Original iPad Speed No Camera Battery Life iPad 2 Mediocre Camera Battery Life Market Education Business Healthcare Travel
+ iPads in Education Commercialization Picture taken from http://ndsuipads.wordpress.com/
+ iPads in Education
+ Timeline Picture taken from http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/south-australia/ilearn-by-ipad-say-students/story- e6frea83-1225954828072
+ iPads in Education Newton Message Pad 1993 PenLite 1993 MessagePad 2100 1998 Knowledge Stage
+ iPads in Education iPad Introduced March 12, 2010 iPad 2 Introduced March 2, 2011 Persuasion Stage
+ iPads in Education iPad Release April 3, 2010 iPad 2 Release March 11, 2011 Decision Stage
+ iPads in Education iPad WiFi + 3G April 30, 2010 iPad Unlimited Plan June 7, 2010 Apple Released in China September 17, 2010 iPad 2 Released Internationally March 25, 2011 Implementation Stage
+ iPads in Education iPad Sales at Best Buy April 3, 2010 iPad Sales at Wal-Mart October 15, 2010 iPad Sales at A.T. & T. and Verizon October 28, 2010 Confirmation Stage
+ iPads in Education Mass Media Social Media Wireless Carriers Announcement Events Communication Channels
+ iPads in Education S-Curve Picture taken from http://www.macdaddynews.com/2010/04/17/minnesota-school-buys-hundreds-of-ipads- for-students-and-staff/
+ iPads in Education Categories of Adopters Innovators (venturesome) – “Their interest in new ideas leads them out of a local circle of peer networks and into more cosmopolite social relationships” (Rogers, 2003, pg. 282). Early Adopters (respect) – “Are a more integrated part of the local social system than are innovators” (pg. 283). Early Majority (deliberate) – “Adopt new ideas just before the average member of a system” (pg. 283). Late Majority (skeptical) – “Adopt new ideas just after the average member of a system” (pg. 284). Laggards (traditional) – “The last in a social system to adopt an innovation” (pg. 284).
+ S-Curve Information taken from http://ipod.about.com/od/ipadmodelsandterms/f/ipad-sales-to-date.htm Laggards Innovators Early Adopters Late Majority
+ iPads in Education Key Innovators and Early Adopters Picture taken from http://www.wiu.edu/news/newsrelease.php?release_id=8594
+ iPads in Education Key Innovators Teachers or administrators who enjoy trying out new technologies. These are the ones when a new technology comes out they have to try it. Early Adopters Those teachers or administrators who generally follow behind those innovators. These are the ones who see someone using a technology and have to try it.
+ iPads in Education Persuasion Strategies Picture taken from http://yourhub.denverpost.com/denver/visual-persuasion-an-adobe-cs5-training-firm- announces/5u9Xd1zx4BsmiN9XbSUfYL-ugc
+ iPads in Education Persuasion Strategies for Innovators and Early Adopters They will be shown the advantages of using an iPad in the classroom. They will be shown the compatibilities of using an iPad in comparison to a computer or text book. The ease of use will be demonstrated. The teachers and administrators will be allowed to try an iPad. We will discuss other similar districts that are using iPads in the classroom.
+ iPads in Education Key Laggards Picture taken from http://blogs.scb.rit.edu/jangelis/2010/09/15/what-does-technology-ubiquity-mean-for- your-company/
+ iPads in Education Key Laggards Those teachers or administrators who have resisted technology. Persuasion Strategies They must be shown there is a true advantage to using the iPad in the classroom. They must be shown how easy they are to use and update. They must be able to try the iPad for a set amount of time. If they observe others using them they may perceive a need.
+ iPads in Education Perceived Attributes Picture taken from http://www.maccessories.biz/product/isound-stand-for-ipad
+ iPads in Education Perceived Attributes: More compact for students Ability to update textbooks more often Cost savings “Green Initiative” Apps available for education Ability to view videos embedded in the text
+ iPads in Education Justification
+ iPads in Education The decentralized diffusion system will be used Horizontal Networks between teachers Innovations created by a few leaders within schools May be re-invented by other teachers
+ iPads in Education Key Change Agents
+ iPads in Education Key Change Agents Administrators Educational Technologists Tech Savvy Teachers Roles To develop a need – Teacher and Student Benefits To establish an information exchange - Departmental To diagnose problems To create an intent to change To translate intentions into actions To stabilize the adoption and prevent discontinuance To achieve a terminal relationship
+ iPads in Education Critical Mass Achieved when 10-20% adoption is met. Achieving Critical Mass The innovation will be introduced to departments who have members that are innovative when adopting technology.
+ “Education is not the filling of the pail but the lighting of a fire.” --William Butler Yeats
+ References http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IPad http://www.apple.com/education/ipad/ Rogers Book
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