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SlideDeck for PGCPS Summer Leadership Institute for Admins

SlideDeck for PGCPS Summer Leadership Institute for Admins

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  • 1. Joquetta Johnson PGCPS Summer Leadership Institute June 25, 2013Dr. Henry A. Wise, Jr. High School
  • 2. Making  Best  Use  of  iPads®    and    Other  Digital  Tools    in  Your    School  Library  Media    Program    Joquetta  L.  Johnson  Seminar  Leader  
  • 3. h#p://www.flickr.com/photos/catspyjamasnz/4007683970  
  • 4. Think of today as a smorgasbord…You will get to taste and samplea buffet of iPad Apps & resources.  
  • 5. iPad Fluencyhttp://langwitches.org/blog/2011/06/11/ipad-­‐fluency/    Skilled…Literate…Fluent…
  • 6. Skilledability to do something well: the ability to do somethingwell, usually gained throughtraining or experiencehttp://www.bing.com/Dictionary  
  • 7. ü take screenshotsü substitute tasks they used to doing ontheir laptopü upload and sync images and documentsorganize apps into foldersü search for, open, close, multi-taskü type, copy/paste, edit text, etc.http://langwitches.org/blog/2011/06/11/ipad-­‐fluency/  A SKILLED iPad User Knows how to…
  • 8. To be literate means to haveknowledge or competence21st  Century  Fluency  ProjectTo have to think about whatyou are going to do nextLiterateIan  Jukes  
  • 9.    ü manipulate and edit images and videoü read books and documents, allowannotations, share highlightsü aggregate and read my RSS feedsü organize and access filesü brainstorm and mindmapü tweet, blog and facebookü take notesü create presentations, graphs, flyers, etc.http://langwitches.org/blog/2011/06/11/ipad-­‐fluen  A Literate iPad User - finds and uses specific apps to…
  • 10. Fluency  To be fluent is to demonstratemastery and to do sounconsciously and smoothly21st  Century  Fluency  Project  Are unconscious skills, you justknow what to do next Ian  Jukes  Fluent
  • 11. ü connect tasks effortless together (ex. creatingand editing a video, then uploading, embedding anddisseminating on several platforms)ü create and then being able to communicate -the ability to create and communicate your creation is one of the maincharacteristics of fluencyü read in a RSS Reader and seamlesslydisseminate links to Twitter, Facebook andother social bookmarking serviceü not rely on a laptop as a “translator” toconvert a file, remix files, upload files…  http://langwitches.org/blog/2011/06/11/ipad-­‐fluency/    A Fluent iPad User Knows how to…  
  • 12. http://m.socrative.com    Room Number: ipads4adminPleasevisit
  • 13. Don’t Stress
  • 14. RELAX
  • 15. Everyone is at different levels
  • 16. We shouldntexpectout of the boxthinkingwhen we onlyemployin the boxteaching or[LEADERSHIP].Tom  Whitby  
  • 17. It’s aboutlooking at thetools andapplications tosee which onewill help youaccomplishteaching andlearning of 21stcentury skillsand literacies.
  • 18. Curriculum StandardsDrives Instruction
  • 19. If the only toolyou have is ahammer, youtend to seeevery problemas a nail.  Abraham  Maslow    
  • 20. h#p://www.flickr.com/photos/plugusin/  
  • 21. Let’sPlay
  • 22. http://goo.gl/OkuioAll resources will be found here:
  • 23. h#p://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-­‐ouOwpYQqic  

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