iTeach Session 1: Overview and Introduction to iPad Integration in the Classroom


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iTeach Session 1 by Christina Smith for Sacred Hearts Academy, February 13, 2013.

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iTeach Session 1: Overview and Introduction to iPad Integration in the Classroom

  1. 1. iTeach Session 1Introduction & Overview of iPad Integration
  2. 2. Download these AppsTeachers Pick HD ($1.99)Student Clicker - Socrative(free)Teacher Clicker - Socrative(free)QR Reader (free)
  3. 3. GoalsUnderstand stages of theSAMR ModelIdentify practical exampleswithin SAMR stagesExplore apps at variousSAMR stagesAsk questions, learn more,collaborate
  4. 4. Quadrant Partners Find a partner, introduce yourself. Write each others names in the same number on your handout.Find a 2nd partner, introduce yourself. Write each others names in the same number on your handout. Repeat with a 3rd & 4th person. Seek out someone new or someone not in your grade level, department, or school.
  5. 5. Reflect on how you use technology when you are working with your students.Please use the index card at your table. Write ONEtech integrated project you currently do in yourclassroom, or one way technology is embedded inthe curriculum at your school.
  6. 6. SAMR ModelDeveloped over 5 years ago by Dr. RubenPuenteduraIn simple terms, SAMR is the acronym forsummarizing a four-stage model for looking at andunderstanding ones use of educational technology from Gary Akermans blog
  7. 7. 4 Stages to Integration• 1 - Substitution: technology acts as a direct tool substitute with no functional change.• 2 - Augmentation: technology acts as a direct tool substitute with functional improvement.• 3 - Modification: technology allows for significant task redesign.• 4 - Redefinition: technology allows for the creation of new tasks, previously inconceivable. from
  8. 8. The Four Stages of the SAMR Model from
  9. 9. An Example• Mrs. Smith is a classroom teacher who teaches writing. Some time ago, the primary mode for writing in class was pencil/pen and paper.
  10. 10. Substitution Students use a word processor forPaper their writing.Pencil Students can now easily edit and format their writing. Published student work is now printed rather than handwritten. Students can save various drafts of their work and can produce multiple copies of the finished product.
  11. 11. AugmentationWordprocessor Students improve their writing utilizing embedded tools in the wordEdit processor like spelling & grammarcapabilities check and the built-in thesaurus.Font, Size, Images, digital photographs &Style graphics are incorporated in thePrint, print, document.PRINT Students choose easily from layouts & alternate page designs to enhance their product.
  12. 12. Modification Shift the focus of some of assignmentsSpell Check to be collaborative.Grammar Check Students use online wikis to write inBuilt-in Thesaurus small groups, conduct peer editing &Digital images (clip art,photographs, scanned) feedback, and comment on each groups final products.Layout options(themes, page design) Work on the projects can be done asynchronously out of class. The final writing projects are shared electronically with the wider school community through the class website/blog.
  13. 13. Redefinition The class collaborates with other classesOnline locally or globally on a common issue orcollaboration problem.Asynchronouslearning: email, Students research and share their findings indiscussion boards, order to find a common solution.blogs The project has grown to be cross-Chats & curriculum and multidisciplinary, utilizing thevideoconferencing strengths of the students in different classes. Students use a variety of multimedia to collect, communicate, and distribute their findings and conclusions. Various technologies are used to communicate and share information between the various school groups.
  14. 14. Where does your current teaching fit in the SAMR model?
  15. 15. Breakout ActivityUse the SAMR model to identify variousstages your activity has fit into over timeShare your activity with Quadrant Partner #3Choose one of the activities that falls underEnhancement; Collaborate with your partnerto formulate ways in which your activitiescould be moved up into Transformation
  16. 16. Break
  17. 17. Teachers PickSubstitutionGroupAlerting
  18. 18. Questions & Sharing
  19. 19. Student Clicker - Socrative Augmentation Group Alerting Available on desktop, smart phones, and tablets
  20. 20. SocrativeRoom: iTeach 808Student will wait to start an activity until… theteacher starts the activityMultiple choice and True or FalseAsk a question, write it on the board, display in apresentation
  21. 21. Was attending this session mandatory? True or False
  22. 22. How do you like the pacing of the workshop so far? A - Too slow B - Speed it up a bit C - Just right D - Too fast
  23. 23. Socrative - TeacherSign up with an email andpasswordTeacher DashboardManage Quizzes
  24. 24. Create a QuizName the quizType of quizType the questionSelect the answerSave
  25. 25. Review
  26. 26. Join Room iteach808 Pleas provide feedback on todays session. See you next week!