10+ Activities to Get Students Moving with the iPad

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  • Anyway we try to spin it, a textbook is not real world learning. It doesn’t:Get children out of desksTouching real world objectsObserving and analyzing authentic materials Exploring hands-onExperimentingUsing their senses to explore knowledgeTalking to first hand sourcesDisplay knowledge in 3D or in multimediaShow knowledge within its context
  • 10+ Activities to Get Students Moving with the iPad

    1. 10+ Activities to Get Students Moving with an iPad ShellyTerrell@gmail.com Bit.ly/ShellTerrell
    2. “As soon as I sawyou, I knew anadventure wasgoing to happen.”– Winnie The Pooh
    3. A textbook isnot authentic
    4. But with the right technology we can introduce students to real-world learningwww.schooltechnology.org Photos of elementary students using iPads at school to do amazing projects. Photo taken by LexieFlickinger, Flickr, CC 2.0
    5. Active iPad learning promotes… Creativity
    6. Audio recording Video recording Photo capturingNote-taking ScanningGeolocation Texting Augmented Reality
    7. Ex. Take a picture of an animal that swims. Ex. Record an odd sound an animal makes! We will guess what animal it was in class.www.schooltechnology.org Photos of elementary students using iPads at school to do amazing projects. Photo taken by LexieFlickinger, Flickr, CC 2.0
    8. Students create a video encouraging peers to visit their favorite places Ex. I love the mystery section of the library because….www.schooltechnology.org Photos of elementary students using iPads at school to do amazing projects. Photo taken by LexieFlickinger, Flickr, CC 2.0
    9. •Students capture clueson their iPads about theirobjects•Swap iPads to guesswhat the object is
    10. •Students capture audio,video, or picture clues ontheir iPads that are stepsthat lead to a place theywere•Students swap iPads•Student must follow theclues and reenact thesteps to get to the place•You can add a prize to thejourney once they getthere
    11. Guess Who I Amwww.schooltechnology.org Photos of elementary students using iPads at school to doamazing projects. Photo taken by LexieFlickinger, Flickr, CC 2.0
    12. www.schooltechnology.org Photos of elementary students using iPads at school to doamazing projects. Photo taken by LexieFlickinger, Flickr, CC 2.0
    13. www.schooltechnology.org Photos of elementary students using iPads at school to doamazing projects. Photo taken by LexieFlickinger, Flickr, CC 2.0
    14. www.schooltechnology.org Photos of elementary students using iPads at school to doamazing projects. Photo taken by LexieFlickinger, Flickr, CC 2.0
    15. Water by Incase, Flickr
    16. www.schooltechnology.org Photos of elementary students using iPads at school to doamazing projects. Photo taken by LexieFlickinger, Flickr, CC 2.0
    17. Multimedia JournalsBlog Girl, after Norman Rockwell (detail) by Mike Licht, NotionsCapital.com, Flickr
    18. Real World Word Problemswww.schooltechnology.org Photos of elementary students using iPads at school to doamazing projects. Photo taken by LexieFlickinger, Flickr, CC 2.0
    19. Plastic bags help maintain mobile devices!iPad by zeromk, Flickr
    20. Pocket WavePad
    21. Capzles
    22. Interactive Timeline Capzles.com
    23. Ecobugs AppAugmented Reality
    24. Geolocation
    25. 20 20 10 90
    26. QR Codes
    27. QRidee QRafter
    28. Classtools.net/QR/index.php
    29. Technology is just a tool. In terms of getting the kids working together and motivating them, the teacher is the most important.” ~ Bill Gates
    30. Bit.ly/mlearningLINKS

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