Additionally, we should remember to teach digital citizenship: For example, a first lesson might include using the camera to take a photo of and introduce a partner in the class... Students are taught to ask, "May I take your picture?" Once permission has been granted by the 'model', and the photo taken, the 'photographer' shows the model the photo and asks, "May I use this photo for...?" (If done in the late junior or intermediate grades, students can then share this learning with younger learning buddies.)
Another comment during the workshop was that some creations can happen "in the moment", and we can share and teach from them, and then delete them afterwards; no need to archive everything! (This changes the way we do business in classrooms... some of us -- both teachers and parents -- will have trouble with this... not everything students make and do needs to be sent home!)
“First and foremost, the iPad is simply a tool -
it is not the magical, shiny, object
that will innovate education.
The power of the tool lays in its users,
and, in education, the teachers.
Pedagogy comes first, iPads follow.”
~ Jennifer Carey