In some circumstances, students maybe issued an iPad
District Managed iPad
Apps are pushed upon request by the teacher.
Access to G-Suite for Education Tools
Productivity: Docs, Sheets, Slides, Drawings, Forms, etc.
Communication: GMail, Meet, Hangouts,
Learning Management: Google Classroom
Cloud Storage: Google Drive
PLUS Access to classroom learning software!
Click to learn more about Accessibility features on an iPad (by Apple).
External Video Overview by Scott Hagedorn
In this video, will cover how I use:
Mono Audio L/Right Channel
Voice Over - Braille - how to use
Display Accommodations - Invert Colors - Color Filters
Speech - Speak Selection
Bold Text - Button Shapes
Do Not Disturb in my classroom
Access and Setup
1. Launch the Settings app.
2. Tap the "Screen Time" tab.
3. Tap Use "Screen Time Passcode," and enter your chosen numeric code (if this is already done, the tab will read "Change Screen Time Passcode," which you may want to do periodically).
Tap "Content & Privacy Restrictions."
iTunes & App Store Purchases: Limit how stuents can engage with the iTunes and App Store purchases.
Allowed Apps: Disable apps you don't want students to use, like iTunes Store, or the App Store.
Content Restrictions: Set the ratings you will allow for media (G-rated movies, e.g.), filter web content (no explicit language), and set limits to the types of websites your child can vist.
Allow Changes: Disable the students ability to set a passcode on the iPad.
Record my Screen
Take a picture of my Screen
Apple iOS has the ability to take a screenshot built into their devices.
Open the screen you want to take a picture of
Press and hold down the HOME button and the POWER button at the same time. You might hear a camera snapshot sound.
The image will temporarily appear in the bottom right corner. You can click on it, annotate on the image, then click Done to save it to your Photos app.
Locate and click on your Photos app to locate the image.
Record Actions on my Screen
Apple iOS has the ability to take a screen recordings built into their devices.
Apple offers great instructions to enable and use the Screen Recording feature.
Add Screen Recording to Control Center. Go to Settings > Control Center > Customize Controls, then tap the green + next to Screen Recording.
To capture sound while you record, press deeply on and tap Microphone Audio.
Tap , then wait for the three-second countdown.
To stop recording, open Control Center and tap . Or tap the red status bar at the top of your screen and tap Stop.
You can find your screen recording in the Photos app.
You can solve most issues by shutting it down, or orce restarting .
iPad WiFi Not Connecting
First, try to look at your settings if your tiPad ablet can find the WiFi connection. If it’s not working, try to reset your router if possible. Does the issue persist?
Then the next thing to do is restart the iPad. This can help reset the hardware to detect a better signal. Still in trouble?
See if the problem is with a specific network or with any WiFi connection.
For network-specific problems, go to Settings > WiFi, tap on the network you want to forget and press “Forget This Network” and then try to reconnect to the same network using the right credentials.
iPad Screen Keeps Freezing
There might be software conflicts or memory corruption that puts your iPad on a loop.
The number one solution to this is to turn the iPad off and then on again. You can do so by pressing and holding the power button. Swipe the slide to power off.
Does it keep persisting? Force restart the iPad.
Press the volume up button once, press and release the volume down button and, soon afterward, press and hold the Power Button until the device restarts.
iPad Not Charging
Try to connect it first to a charging cable and see if it is showing the charging icon. If it does, then your iPad is not charged.
If your iPad does not charge, make sure you have your charger connected to the wall socket, not a usb port.
Test with a different charger and a different lightning cable.
iPad Not Turning On
Try charging the ipad. Plug it to the charger. Connect the lightning cable and let it sit for at least 20 minutes.