Yesterday I shared the first of three presentations I am doing at iPadU: Slide to Unlock Learning, and today I am happy to share presentation number two – 60 FREE Apps in 60 Minutes…or less! I have done a lot of presentations over the last two years or so, but I have always wanted to do a “60 in 60”, and although I did co-present one recently, I am glad I had the chance to do one on my own this time.
This is a very different type of presentation that I normally give. There is not a great deal of time to talk about integration strategies because you only have around 60 seconds per app. This is more about a rapid dissemination of information, a list that you can refer back to at a later date, or a quick and snappy way to introduce new apps. All the apps can be shown to have great classroom applications with students.
I know that the iPad is about more than just the apps. It has to be. It is the application of these apps that is most important and the ways that they can be used to meet your classroom objectives. I try to make that as clear as I can when giving this presentation, but the pace of it is such that I sometimes forget to repeat enough. So, use it as you see fit! 🙂
The Slideshare version is below, but if I make any changes after the conference, you can see those immediately on the Google Presentation version: http://goo.gl/wKlvh