iPod Touch Background Research

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iPod Touch Background Research

  1. 1. Good Morning! iPod Touch for Math & Science Session #1somsd 
  2. 2. A New Adventure For K-5 MathPhase 1: Professional LearningPhase 2: Program DevelopmentPhase 3: Implementation (Staff Development Day September 3, 2010)
  3. 3. 2010-2011 Adventure For K-5 MathPhase 1: Professional Learning • Research: National Math Advisory Panel • Common Core Standards for Math • Available Math Programs • Ways to Target Student Needs NOW (Staff Development Day September 3, 2010)
  4. 4. IMI Building-Based Trainings November 9: Tuscan November 16: Clinton November 30: Jefferson December 7: South Mountain December 21: Seth Boyden January 4: Marshall
  5. 5.  2010 
  6. 6. ‐Schmidt and Houang, 2002 
  7. 7. Assessment  Iden-fy skill needs and mastery  Tasks Select tasks that target student needs  Monitor  Measure student progress 
  8. 8. Monitoring Problem  Skill   Solving  Individualized  Games  Tasks  Independent  Small Group  Learning Tasks  Instruc-on 
  9. 9. Phase 1: Professional Learning We can use iPod Touches to…• Support students mastery of numeracy, facts,computation, geometry, and measurement tasks.(National Math Panel Report and Common Core State Standards)• Target student needs. Provide fact practice. Helpstudents connect their effort to progress. (NationalMath Panel and Response to Intervention Reports) • Enhance our professional knowledge of math (andscience) programs, pedagogy, research, resources,and movements.
  10. 10. DiscussionAlignment with standards and following a districtscope & sequence help us ensure equitableinstruction and access for all students.What is the value of individualizing some mathinstruction?

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