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  • 1. Powering Up Students: Ideas To Get Started Carlene Walter http://schools.spsd.sk.ca/curriculum/techyteacher/
  • 2. It’s Not About The Device It’s About Teaching and Learning DifferentlyCritical Thinking Collaborative Conversations Engagement Inquiry-Based LearningSharing Learnings with Authentic Audiences
  • 3. iPads and iPods as aPHOTOGRAPHY tool
  • 4. VISUAL
  • 5. FIELD TRIP ARTIFACTS Calgary Science School
  • 6. SCIENCEEXPERIMENTS
  • 7. PICTIONARY
  • 8. Photo Editing Apps )_ _ AdobeSnapseed Aviary Photoshop Express
  • 9. Photo Collage Apps )_ _Pic Collage Pic Stitch Frame Artist
  • 10. iPads and iPods as aDOCUMENTATION tool
  • 11. VIDEO
  • 12. EPORTFOLIO
  • 13. Documentation Apps )_ _Evernote AudioBoo iMovie
  • 14. iPads and iPods as a PRODUCTION tool
  • 15. Notability Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano
  • 16. Production Apps )_ _ ExplainEducreations Notability Everything
  • 17. iPads and iPods as a THINKING tool
  • 18. GRAPHIC
  • 19. Thinking Apps )_ _Popplet Skitch LinoIt
  • 20. iPads and iPods as a CURATION tool
  • 21. EvernoteandGoogleDrive The Verge
  • 22. Curation Apps )_ _Diigo Evernote FlipBoard
  • 23. Prepare Students )_ _ Expect Share Model TransparentExpectations Appropriate Use Learning
  • 24. Prepare Students• Share responsibilities and expectations• Train routines and procedures• Model appropriate use• Teach specific apps which will be used often• Give students time to explore
  • 25. REMEMBER…
  • 26. Don’t• Put the cart before the horse• Get caught up with the "hype"• Focus only on the technology• Go subject-wide at first• Forget about next year - sustainability
  • 27. Do• Have a vision for teaching and learning with technology• Plan ahead• Be flexible and make changes as needed• Be strategic in placing devices in classrooms• Equip teachers• Prepare students• Develop consistent procedures and policies
  • 28. Carlene Walterhttp://schools.spsd.sk.ca/curriculum/techyteacher/