August 27: What is an iOS Device and what is it for? What can my iOS Device do for me?

Intro-- Teaser Lesson showing the application (Pearson Successnet Math Lesson?) (Dewey)
  • Maintaining your iOS Device (Blunt)
    • Wash your hands
    • Cleaning your device
      • No bleach
      • Screen cleaner
      • soft cloth
    • This device belongs to the District, not to you (usually), so take care of it, don't write on it, don't put stickers all over it, etc.
      Cables
      • Plug
      • USB cable
      • VGA Adapter
    • Caution - don’t drop, leave in pockets and wash in the laundry, get wet, leave in the car (stolen/melt), put next to a keycard (ie. hotel keycard)
      Cases, cover, screen protectors

  • Basic Use/Navigation (Dewey)
    • Power Button - on and off
    • Home button and slide to wake up
    • Power button to put to sleep
    • Force shut down - power and home button
    • Home ButtonFlicking through screens
      • to wake up
      • to return to the home screen of apps
      • to search
      • double click to see recent apps and other options - Multitasking bar

    • Rotating the screen landscape and portrait
    • Touch screen "buttons"
      • to open apps
      • within apps
      • Keyboard
      • adding a web page to your home screen
    • Two fingersSlide-down Dashboard
      • touch
      • zooming in and out
      • two-finger tap

    • Moving/deleting apps
    • Creating app folders
    • Sound & headphone jack
      • Some sounds play even when its muted

  • Standard apps on your iOS Device that we will briefly point out but go into depth about later in the course: (Dewey)
    • Calendar
    • Contacts
    • Notes
    • Maps
    • Videos
    • YouTube
    • iTunes
    • App Store
    • FaceTime
    • Camera
    • PhotoBooth
    • Settings
    • Reminders
    • Newsstand
    • Safari - No flash, therefore no Pearson, etc.
    • Main
    • Photos
    • Music
    • Messages

  • Settings (Blunt)
    • Airplane Mode
    • Wi-Fi
    • Notifications
    • Brightness & Wallpaper
    • General
      • About - Name
      • Software Updates
      • Sounds
      • Bluetooth
        • Keyboards
        • Conserve power by turning it off
      • Auto-Lock
      • Passcode Lock
      • Lock Rotation/Mute
      • Multitasking Gestures
      • Date & Time
      • Keyboard
      • International
      • Accessibility
    • Specific app settings (don't go into detail, just mention they are there as well)
    • Mail Contacts Calendars (Dewey)
      • Adding your District Exchange account (using the screen shot to show how to fill in the blanks)
    • Store (Blunt)
      • Wirelessly connecting to an iTunes account
        • Purchase apps on your own computer on your own account so they're backed up
        • Don't plug into your computer... yet
      • Apps you purchase vs. apps your school purchases - individual purchases vs. VPP - copyright is the reason behind all this
      • Free vs. paid apps
    • iCloud (Blunt)
      • what to sync and what not to sync, on what account
      • Find my iPad
      • Options for backing up data

  • They should download a free app and use it to see if their account settings are in order - download a free QR code reader (Dewey)
  • Discuss what they know about iOS devices - use their QR code reader to go to an online survey for them to take
  • Adding the App Start App-- to help them browse some apps, it also has some how-to to review