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Ppt using i books to transform learning -anjali copy
Ppt using i books to transform learning -anjali copy
Ppt using i books to transform learning -anjali copy
Ppt using i books to transform learning -anjali copy
Ppt using i books to transform learning -anjali copy
Ppt using i books to transform learning -anjali copy
Ppt using i books to transform learning -anjali copy
Ppt using i books to transform learning -anjali copy
Ppt using i books to transform learning -anjali copy
Ppt using i books to transform learning -anjali copy
Ppt using i books to transform learning -anjali copy
Ppt using i books to transform learning -anjali copy
Ppt using i books to transform learning -anjali copy
Ppt using i books to transform learning -anjali copy
Ppt using i books to transform learning -anjali copy
Ppt using i books to transform learning -anjali copy
Ppt using i books to transform learning -anjali copy
Ppt using i books to transform learning -anjali copy
Ppt using i books to transform learning -anjali copy
Ppt using i books to transform learning -anjali copy
Ppt using i books to transform learning -anjali copy
Ppt using i books to transform learning -anjali copy
Ppt using i books to transform learning -anjali copy
Ppt using i books to transform learning -anjali copy
Ppt using i books to transform learning -anjali copy
Ppt using i books to transform learning -anjali copy
Ppt using i books to transform learning -anjali copy
Ppt using i books to transform learning -anjali copy
Ppt using i books to transform learning -anjali copy
Ppt using i books to transform learning -anjali copy
Ppt using i books to transform learning -anjali copy
Ppt using i books to transform learning -anjali copy
Ppt using i books to transform learning -anjali copy
Ppt using i books to transform learning -anjali copy
Ppt using i books to transform learning -anjali copy
Ppt using i books to transform learning -anjali copy
Ppt using i books to transform learning -anjali copy
Ppt using i books to transform learning -anjali copy
Ppt using i books to transform learning -anjali copy
Ppt using i books to transform learning -anjali copy
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This is the story of my journey from static hardcopy books to interactive iBooks.

This is the story of my journey from static hardcopy books to interactive iBooks.

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  • 1. Using iBooks to Transform Learning P. Anjali Rajan anjali.rajan@aths.ac.ae Applied Technology High School
  • 2. Books Not portable No preview on e-devices Can’t connect to anything! Can’t interact Static pictures Static content Simply not our style!
  • 3. Books Not portable No preview on e-devices Can’t connect to anything! Can’t interact Static pictures Static content Simply not our style! Portable Preview content Connected InteractiveInteractive Interactive images Videos, keynote, review.. Tailor made for the digital natives
  • 4. Our students- The Digital Natives
  • 5. Applied Technology High Schools Apple one on one education plan Grade 9 to 12 boys Every student has an iPad or MAC
  • 6. What is in it for you? Who are our learners? Adapting to changes The Principles and Models that inspired us. A demo of our iBooks- The transformation
  • 7. iGeneration Born in the 1990s and above tween,teens, secondary, primary and even children as young as 2-3 They are also called the ‘Screenagers’.
  • 8. What Makes them Different? Connected 24/7
  • 9. They are communicators Social networking Texting Second life Chatting Video chatting e-mails
  • 10. They love to work together want to go Beyond the classroom interact discuss share collaborate-work together collect information Work with the world
  • 11. They want to collaborate, create and share
  • 12. They are Master Multitaskers Don’t get them wrong if you see them using
  • 13. iGeneration and Education
  • 14. iGeneration and Education Please don’t limit us! Please don’t block us! Please don’t stop us!
  • 15. Books Not portable No preview on e-devices Can’t connect to anything! Can’t interact Static pictures Static content Simply not our style!
  • 16. Books Not portable No preview on e-devices Can’t connect to anything! Can’t interact Static pictures Static content Simply not our style! Portable Preview content Connected InteractiveInteractive Interactive images Videos, keynote, review.. Tailor made for the digital natives
  • 17. Alternatives to hardcopy books Moving from hardcopy books Finding an alternative
  • 18. Our first iBook iBooksiBooks Regular books Regular books Students’ Survey ResultStudents’ Survey Result
  • 19. 98%students own digital devices 73% of students said they would not be able to study without technology An independent online survey conducted by eCampus.com, US, revealed the following
  • 20. Question: Why did you choose an eTextbook over a traditional print textbook?
  • 21. Interactivity
  • 22. SS AA MM RR Technology acts as direct substitute There is no functional change. Technology acts as direct substitute There is no functional change. There is a slight functional change in the task There is a slight functional change in the task Technology helps to modify and redesign tasks. Technology helps to modify and redesign tasks. Technology allows for complete redefinition of tasks, which were previously unimaginable. Technology allows for complete redefinition of tasks, which were previously unimaginable. Dr. Ruben Puentedura
  • 23. SS AA Technology acts as direct substitute There is no functional change. Technology acts as direct substitute There is no functional change. There is a slight functional change in the task There is a slight functional change in the task Enhancement of tasksEnhancement of tasks
  • 24. MM RR Technology helps to modify and redesign tasks. Technology helps to modify and redesign tasks. Technology allows for complete redefinition of tasks, which were previously unimaginable. Technology allows for complete redefinition of tasks, which were previously unimaginable. Transformation of tasksTransformation of tasks
  • 25. ContentContent TPACK Theory (Mishra & Kohler, 2010) TPACK Theory (Mishra & Kohler, 2010) What we teachWhat we teach
  • 26. PedagogyPedagogy How we teachHow we teach
  • 27. TechnologyTechnology Technology changes how we teach & what we teach Technology changes how we teach & what we teach Re-purposeRe-purpose Use technologyUse technology IntegrateIntegrate InnovateInnovate
  • 28. ContentContent PedagogyPedagogy TechnologyTechnology TPACK TheoryTPACK Theory
  • 29. ATHS- RAK Survey 83% use iBooks 17% use Good reader to read books on iPad Out of 50 grade 9 students 86% like reading on iPads
  • 30. Most used features of books 70% highlight and write notes 44% watch videos 33% share notes 21% create study cards
  • 31. iBook-A New Experience My favourite features on iBooks Demo
  • 32. The way forward
  • 33. They are different...... Engage them Let them participate in their education....
  • 34. Questions???
  • 35. Thank You!
  • 36. Bibliography [1] Chen, Angela. “Students Find E-Textbooks ‘Clumsy” and Don’t Use Their Interactive Features.” The Chronicle of Higher Education. 22 August 2012. Web. 15 November 2012. http://chronicle.com/blogs/wiredcampus/students-find-e-textbooks-clumsy-and-dont-use-their-interactive-features/39082 [2] Marc Prensky, (2001) "Digital Natives, Digital Immigrants Part 1", On the Horizon, Vol. 9 Iss: 5, pp.1 – 6 [3] Miranda, Twyla, Dara Williams-Rossi, Kary Johnson and Nancy McKenzie. “Reluctant Readers in Middle School: Successful Engagement with Text Using the E-Reader.” International Journal of Applied Science and Technology. 1:6 (2011): 81–91. Web. 27 November 2012. http://www.ijastnet.com/journals/Vol_1_No_6_November_2011/9.pdf [pdf] [4] Rosen D Larry. “Teaching the iGeneration.” Educational Leadership. Volume 68. February 2011. Web.2013. http://www.ascd.org/publications/educational-leadership/feb11/vol68/num05/Teaching-the-iGeneration.aspx Pictures & Media [1] http://www.apple.com/education/ibooks-textbooks/ [2] http://www.slideshare.net/TDOttawa/the-i-generation-v14

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