General Course Information
At the latest after the experiences from the Lockdown and Distance Learning periods, the indispensable importance of digital collaboration in teaching use has become clear. In particular, the ability to create and edit shared documents regardless of spatial circumstances has proven to be extremely valuable.
However, the importance of collaborative work is not limited to sharing documents. Rather, it is also about highlighting the individual strengths of each student and combining them in cooperative teams. This kind of collaboration can not only effectively combine different perspectives and skills, but also create a supportive learning environment in which students can inspire and motivate each other.
Course ContentIn four lessons, we'll show you everything you need to start digital lessons with the iPad:
- Lesson 1 (Collaborative working: Settings)
Collaborative work on the iPad made easy: Use iCloud to work smoothly as a team. Choose and change locations as needed, organise files intuitively and optimise collaboration. iCloud settings give you the flexibility you need to work efficiently on projects and collaborate successfully.
- Lesson 2 (Collaborative working: Infinite board)
Optimise teamwork on the iPad! Effortlessly share files, extend collaboration with the 'infinite whiteboard' in Numbers and customise favourites. Efficiency and collaboration in perfect harmony. Get the most out of your iPad!
- Lesson 3 (Collaborative working: iCloud & Co)
Collaborate smart on the iPad! Access your files from anywhere via iCloud, regardless of platform. Share and edit effortlessly as a team. Create QR codes in an instant for quick content sharing.
- Lesson 4 (Collaborative working: Inspiration & Apple Learning Center)
Motto: “Sharing is caring”. Educators use the technologies on the iPad in a variety of ways. In this lesson, we present many practice-oriented teaching examples that invite you to try them out in the class and motivate you to do something.
Reference is also made here to the Apple Learning Center, where the content discussed in the MOOC is repeated and summarized.
The participants ...
- can use apps in the iCloud.
- can create a backup.
- can select, change and organise storage locations.
- can create documents for collaborative work.
- learn how to set different sharing options and send sharing links in different ways.
- learn how to edit documents, design and discuss a topic at the same time.
- can access the data on the iPad from any platform (e.g. Microsoft).
- can create a QR code.
- explore how game-based learning can enable the integration of text, images, audio and video for sharing.
- purchase the bagde “iPad” in the Education Community Learning Center.
- purchase the badge "Numbers for iPad" from the Education Community Learning Centre.
- are inspired with many practical teaching examples.
No special previous knowledge is necessary.
The course consists of four lessons, each containing at least one video, various additional materials and a final quiz. The individual lessons are all activated at the start of the MOOC and are then available as self-learning courses.
In order to deepen the learning content and to give you the opportunity to exchange ideas with Anna Weghuber and Thomas Wimmer, we are offering a one-off Zoom question time on the following date, in which you can participate voluntarily:
Date: Tuesday, December 5th, 2023 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Zoom meeting: https://zoom.us/j/94294370711
All registered course participants will be informed by email one day before the zoom meeting!
We look forward to an interesting exchange!
CertificateFor active participation in the course, an automated certificate will be issued upon completion, which contains your user name, the course name and the completed lessons. It should be noted that this is only a confirmation that you have correctly answered at least 75% of the self-assessment questions.
LicenceThis work is licensed under CC BY 4.0
All embedded videos are released under CC BY NC ND 4.0.
- Do I have to create an iMooX account to take part in the course?
If you are already enrolled at a college/university, you can select "eduID" when logging in and then log in with your PH online access data from your university. Otherwise you can of course register again.
- Are there fixed lesson times during which I have to be online?
No, the modules are completed in self-study.
However, there is an online question time on Tuesday, December 5th, 2023 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., which you can attend voluntarily.
The invitation will follow by email.
- I missed the MOOC start time, can I still join?
Yes, you can join the course at any time.
- How do I get a PH-Online participation confirmation?
If you have successfully completed the MOOC, you will find the registration link to a PH online event at the end of lesson 4. Register for this training event. Prerequisite is the enrollment at the Private University of Education, Diocese Linz . Also send the MOOC certificate to email@example.com. The PH online participation confirmations with 7 teaching units are issued quarterly.
- I heard that after the 6 MOOCs you also have the certification for the Apple Teacher?
In each of the 6 MOOCs of the iPad Innovation Academy series, lesson 4 refers to the Apple Learning Center, where the content discussed in the MOOC is repeated and summarized. Work through these lessons and complete the relevant quiz to earn your badge. Earn all six badges and you'll be certified as an Apple Teacher and meet the requirements to become an Apple Learning Coach.
Anna Weghuber & Thomas Wimmer
teach in education, training and further education at the Private University of Education, Diocese of Linz.
Among other things, they deal with new training formats for educators, developed the completely redesigned online training series iPad Innovation Series and are certified Apple Professional Learning Specialists.
Support in creating the MOOC: Birgit Zauner
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