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  • But our students want to engage with their learning, make connections & experience it. Our books can work as maps and starting points but we will want to at times make our own path. Unfortunately teachers tend to make it the main tool
  • https://sites.google.com/a/hanoverpublic.org/byod/
  • https://sites.google.com/a/hanoverpublic.org/byod/
  • Throughout my career, I needed help! How many of you need help? How many of you in your first year of teaching know you will want help quickly and from experienced educators in the field? How many of you would like this quickly while you face problems such as classroom management, communicating with parents effectively, or integrating new technology you were never trained in effectively? Throughout your career you will face many problems and like the Beatles say it is great to get a little help from our friends!
  • Throughout my career, I needed help! How many of you need help? How many of you in your first year of teaching know you will want help quickly and from experienced educators in the field? How many of you would like this quickly while you face problems such as classroom management, communicating with parents effectively, or integrating new technology you were never trained in effectively? Throughout your career you will face many problems and like the Beatles say it is great to get a little help from our friends!
  • Flickr.com/photos/eltpics
  • Flickr.com/photos/eltpics

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  • 1. We Like to Bring It! Ideas for Bring Your Own Tech/Tools (BYOT)ShellyTerrell.com Bit.ly/ELTLINKs
  • 2. The principle goal ofeducation in schools should be creating men and women who are capable of doing new things,not simply repeating what other generations have done. ~ Jean Piaget
  • 3. I want toexperiencewhat I learn!
  • 4. Why BYOT?
  • 5. Our map
  • 6. Which devices will you allow and support? LaptopsiPods Smartphones Media players Cell Touch Tablets Digitalphones Cameras
  • 7. Is the school’sInternet access safe, secure, and have the bandwidth to handle the devices?
  • 8. Mobile MondaysEvery Monday you’re free to bring in yourcell phones or smart phones
  • 9. Get Parents & Students on Board!
  • 10. Example Questions
  • 11. Use Google Forms
  • 12. Sites.google.com/a/hanoverpublic.org/byod/
  • 13. Sites.google.com/a/hanoverpublic.org/byod/
  • 14. Teach digital citizenship! by Ruth Cohenson, @tearoof
  • 15. we are all leavingdigital trails behind us,as we make our wayaround our individuallives.~ Jer Thorpby Ruth Cohenson, @tearoof
  • 16. How do weact online?
  • 17. Create GroupsTeam Leader:ensure the group is listening toMs. Shelly when she gives thesilence symbolOrganizer: makes sure thateveryone participatesread the instructions for alltasksDeliverer: uploads the video
  • 18. •Explore an animal’s habitat•Include images of the habitat•Include bookmarkedresearch with an app likePearlTrees, Diigo, Delicious,Popplet•Create a short video with theinformation and images yougathered•Upload to DropBox folderCell phone camera by L-ines, Flickr
  • 19. Intro Activity: What can you do with your device? 365/215 - Mobile Learning, dragonsinger, Flickr
  • 20. Intro Activity: Show N Tell with a Cell
  • 21. •Group students withdifferent devicestogether•Each deviceresponsible for anaspect of the project•If you use an appmake sure 1 devicehas the app
  • 22. Evernote App •Organize pictures, websites, notes, videos, etc. •Some text in images become searchable •Organize by notebooks, tags, categories •Great for a shopping list, creating audio reminders, workout journals, creating lesson plans, designing presentations, research, taking notes at a conference
  • 23. Google Drive for the Cloud & Creating!
  • 24. Bit.ly/objectstory LinoIt.com
  • 25. Animoto
  • 26. Flickr.com/account/uploadbyemail
  • 27. Activity: Visual DictionaryThis Week’s Theme: At a RestaurantTask:We are focusing on actions, phrases, orvocabulary you’d find involving an experience ata restaurant.Take a photo then email the photo as anattachment to nut14nite@photos.flickr.com. Inthe subject line include title of your photo & addtags: restaurant1a. In the description, addwhere you took the photo and the phrase, action,etc. that is represented.
  • 28. Text Input Feature •Summarize •Annotate •Blog •Create descriptions •Write questions •Write instructions •Write poems •Comment •Argue & support •Hypothesize •Brainstormingwww.schooltechnology.org Photos of elementary students using iPads at school to do amazing projects. Photo taken by LexieFlickinger, Flickr, CC 2.0
  • 29. Audio Recording Feature •Interview •Sound bytes •Report •Podcast •Recite poetry •Radio commercials •Storytelling
  • 30. Text Input•Summarize•Annotate•Blog•Create descriptions•Write questions•Write instructions•Write poems•Comment•Argue & support•Hypothesize•Brainstorm
  • 31. Video Recording Feature •Create digital stories •Vodcast •Commercials •Short clips •Animation
  • 32. Image Capturing Feature•Observe anddocumentphenomena or object•Collect visuals fordigital storytellingprojects•Collect visuals toaccompany research•Create a slideshow
  • 33. http://pear.ly/b5eOr
  • 34. Bit.ly/mlearningLINKS