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iPad 101 Tips and Tricks to Using Your iPad
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11 12:30 – 1:30 ROOM E115
A Little Background Information Pat Hittle I have been at Watertown-Mayer Elementary for 34 years, the last 5 as Dean of Students. I helped to facilitate the iPad implementation and rollout to 1600 students and staff in the fall of 2013. I have led our Elementary School in the implementation of 1:1 iPads for the last two years. Gail Singsank I have been teaching in the Watertown-Mayer School District for 18 years. I started as a Middle School math teacher for ten years, then moved to fifth grade when we built a new Elementary School. I was part of the original Apple Cohort, which implemented the training model we utilized to introduce the new technology to our staff and students.
iPad 101 By the end of our session, you will... know basic functions of the iPad know how to customize your iPad know keyboard shortcuts and tips know how to take, view and share photos k By the end of our session, you will... know basic functions of the iPad know how to customize your iPad know keyboard shortcuts and tips know how to take, view and share photos k
iPad Overview FaceTime HD Camera Multi-Touch Display FaceTime HD Camera Home Button FaceTime HD Camera Status Bar Apple Icons Home Row
iPad Overview Sleep/Wake Button Side Switch Volume Button Headset Jack LIghtning Connector Speakers Camera
Home Button Functions Press Home Button Once = Opens iPad to Home Screen Press Home Button Twice = Shows Open Apps - Swipe R or L to see (Swipe up to close them) Press Home Button and Hold= Opens Siri to use Press Home Button and Sleep/Wake Button at Same Time= Takes a Screen Shot and saves it to Camera Roll
Side Switch and Volume Functions Side Switch = Has 2 functions: Mute or Lock Rotation To select go to Settings>General, then tap Lock Rotation Volume = To mute: Hold Volume Down Button To Set a Volume Limit: Go to Settings> Music> Volume Limit
Basics To Open an App: Tap once on app Swipe left or right to see other screens To Close an App: Double click Home Button and drag app up To Delete an App: Press Home Button to bring up Home Screen Press App Icon down until it begins to wiggle Tap X
Multitasking Gestures Return to Home Screen: Pinch 4 or 5 fingers together Reveal the multitasking display: Swipe up with 4 or 5 fingers Switch Apps: Swipe left or right with 4 or 5 fingers Turn multitasking gestures on or off: Go to Settings> General> Multitasking Gestures
Customizing your iPad Arranging your Apps: Touch and hold any app on Home Screen until it wiggles, then drag app around. Drag an app to the edge of the screen to move it to a different page or to the Dock at the bottom of the screen Press Home Button to save The dots above the Dock show how many pages of apps you have To Start Over: Go to Settings > General > Reset Tap Reset Home Screen Layout - Folders are removed and original wallpaper is restored
Customizing your iPad Creating Folders: Touch and hold any app on Home Screen until it wiggles, then drag app around. Drag an app on top of another app. Take finger off and a folder appears. Tap name of folder to rename it Press Home Button when done To delete folder: Drag all apps out of folder and it will disappear.
Customizing your iPad Changing the Wallpaper: Settings let you set an image or photo as wallpaper for the Lock screen or Home Screen Go to Settings > Wallpapers & Brightness > Choose New Wallpaper > Tap either Dynamic or Stills or Photos > Tap chosen image > Tap Set Both
Customizing your iPad Adjust the Screen Brightness: Go to Settings > Wallpapers & Brightness > Drag Slider to desired brightness If Auto-Brightness is on, iPad adjusts the screen brightness for light conditions using sensor You can also adjust this in Control Center
Keyboard Tips and Shortcuts Tap a text field to see onscreen keyboard Tap Shift to type uppercase Double Tap Shift for caps lock Tap the Number key.?123 or the Symbol Key +*# to enter numbers, punctuation or symbols Double space at end of sentence to add a period and a space Tap the Keyboard key to hide the onscreen keyboard Go to Notes and let’s try it!
Keyboard Tips and Shortcuts Hold down comma/exclamation key = apostrophe Hold down period/question mark key = quotation marks Hold down a, e, z, i,s, o or u = alternate language letters Create email or common phrase shortcuts: Go to Settings > General > Keyboard Tap Add New Shortcut Type in your email in phrase box Type in first 3 letters of email in shortcut box Tap Save in upper right corner
Keyboard Tips and Shortcuts Keyboard Layouts: Split Keyboard: Using two fingers, spread keyboard apart from the middle OR hold down Keyboard Key and slide to Split Move Keyboard to Middle of Screen: Hold down Keyboard Key and slide finger to Undock and release
Keyboard Tips and Shortcuts Different Language Keyboards: Go to Settings > General > Keyboard > Keyboards > Add New Keyboard > Choose Emoji
Go to Notes and bring up keyboard You now have World Symbol on keyboard Tap World Selected keyboards appear Tap World to return to English keyboard Keyboard Tips and Shortcuts
Camera and Photos Tap Camera App to open Choose Photo or Video Tap Shutter Button or press Volume Button To zoom in or out, stretch or pinch the image on screen with 2 fingers
To View, Share or Print Photos or videos are stored on Camera Roll. To access, tap Photo icon Select My Photo Stream or Camera Roll Select photo and tap Select how you will share photo - mail, message, iCloud, etc
Trouble Shooting #1 – Try closing down app or closing out on the website #2 – Do a hard shut down
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