InstructionalTechnologyCoordinatorCaroline HaebigChaebig@me.com@HaebigApple Distinguished EducatorUniversity of Indiana Ja...
  hhttp://todaysmeet.com/HaebigISTEJoin the Backchannel
Why a one-to-oneenvironment?
Student Engagement
Differentiation
Formative Assessment
Adlai E. StevensonHigh SchoolSMART ProgramStevenson’s Mobile Academic Realtime Technology
SMART Courses:2012-2013Anatomy & PhysiologyAP Music TheorySpanish 2
Finding Efficiency
RethinkingProductivityBuildStudentPotentialWhat isStudentSuccess?
What does that mean forstudents?
MWhat to Expect when ExpectingA Faculty iPad?O R E
Differentiation:Not Just for Students
EvaluationInsightIncubationPreparationElaboration
iTunes U
Creating a CommonLanguage
Technology IntegrationMatrixUniversity of South FL
Stage 1: PreparationDemonstrate basic technical functions and navigationof an iPad (eg. general settings, iPad vocabulary)...
Stage 2: IncubationAssess how students currently engage in learning duringclass, outside of class (homework? in school act...
What is Workflow?
Infuse LearningStudent Response System
Being Practical
Google DriveStudent Turn in Folders
What role do they play?Google Apps forEducation: your cloudcomputing, collaborative toolsLearning ManagementSystem: Managi...
Solutions that worktogether...work best forusers
Extending Learning Spaces
How to make ProfessionalLearning valuable?•Modeling•Job Embedded•Check forUnderstanding•Reflection
Alike but Different Activity
Slow the conversationdown... me...
Find Balance...
Simplicity can helppeople...Pick a main oneGoodNotesBy Time Base Technology Limited
Stage 3: Insight• Construct lessons that integrate the iPad to supportstudent-centered learning• Incorporate the iPad into...
Taking our LMS furtherHaiku Wiki Projects
Reflecting on student growth over time:Haiku Wiki Projects
Lesson Example: ExplainEverything
Creative Book Builder
Google Sites:Student Projects
Student Experience
Stage 4 & 5•Stage 4:Evaluation•Stage 5:Elaboration
Stage 4: EvaluationInvestigate strategies and processes for engagingstudents in their course content in new ways• Create c...
Stage 5: Elaboration•Explore the use of technology to providestudents with feedback and support studentgrowth•Explore web ...
Extending Collaboration:Going Beyond Suggestion
Modeling andHands-On Experience
CollaborativeAssessment
InstructionalGoals?EmbeddingTechnology inall PD?Transforming HowStudents are Learning?How do we improve workflow?MY REFLECT...
What we learn...check out our Book iniTunesSupporting LearningEnvironments with 1:1 iPads
It’s a big task..
It can be scary...
Yet Fun & Exciting
InstructionalTechnologyCoordinatorCaroline Haebig@Haebigemail: chaebig@me.com
HAEBIG Got iPads! Explore Strong Instructional Strategies and Differentiated PD
HAEBIG Got iPads! Explore Strong Instructional Strategies and Differentiated PD
HAEBIG Got iPads! Explore Strong Instructional Strategies and Differentiated PD
HAEBIG Got iPads! Explore Strong Instructional Strategies and Differentiated PD
HAEBIG Got iPads! Explore Strong Instructional Strategies and Differentiated PD
HAEBIG Got iPads! Explore Strong Instructional Strategies and Differentiated PD
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HAEBIG Got iPads! Explore Strong Instructional Strategies and Differentiated PD

  1. 1. InstructionalTechnologyCoordinatorCaroline HaebigChaebig@me.com@HaebigApple Distinguished EducatorUniversity of Indiana Jacobs EducatorGoogle Certified TeacherISTE OutstandingYoung Educator 2012
  2. 2.   hhttp://todaysmeet.com/HaebigISTEJoin the Backchannel
  3. 3. Why a one-to-oneenvironment?
  4. 4. Student Engagement
  5. 5. Differentiation
  6. 6. Formative Assessment
  7. 7. Adlai E. StevensonHigh SchoolSMART ProgramStevenson’s Mobile Academic Realtime Technology
  8. 8. SMART Courses:2012-2013Anatomy & PhysiologyAP Music TheorySpanish 2
  9. 9. Finding Efficiency
  10. 10. RethinkingProductivityBuildStudentPotentialWhat isStudentSuccess?
  11. 11. What does that mean forstudents?
  12. 12. MWhat to Expect when ExpectingA Faculty iPad?O R E
  13. 13. Differentiation:Not Just for Students
  14. 14. EvaluationInsightIncubationPreparationElaboration
  15. 15. iTunes U
  16. 16. Creating a CommonLanguage
  17. 17. Technology IntegrationMatrixUniversity of South FL
  18. 18. Stage 1: PreparationDemonstrate basic technical functions and navigationof an iPad (eg. general settings, iPad vocabulary)• Explore cloud based computing concepts- such asGoogle Apps• Demonstrate content sharing from the iPad• Differentiate between account settings (eg.icloud,apple ID)• Identify features of the selected course textbook onthe iPad
  19. 19. Stage 2: IncubationAssess how students currently engage in learning duringclass, outside of class (homework? in school activities?)• Develop and organize student- teacher workflow systems• Investigate the workflow features of Google Apps forEducation• Investigate and select note-taking apps specific to studentproductivity• Explore learning management system features
  20. 20. What is Workflow?
  21. 21. Infuse LearningStudent Response System
  22. 22. Being Practical
  23. 23. Google DriveStudent Turn in Folders
  24. 24. What role do they play?Google Apps forEducation: your cloudcomputing, collaborative toolsLearning ManagementSystem: Managing workflow on amobile deviceThese products work together toMaking Content Accessible andCollaborative:Google Drive, Google Calendar,All sorts of files andother web tools or content you may use
  25. 25. Solutions that worktogether...work best forusers
  26. 26. Extending Learning Spaces
  27. 27. How to make ProfessionalLearning valuable?•Modeling•Job Embedded•Check forUnderstanding•Reflection
  28. 28. Alike but Different Activity
  29. 29. Slow the conversationdown... me...
  30. 30. Find Balance...
  31. 31. Simplicity can helppeople...Pick a main oneGoodNotesBy Time Base Technology Limited
  32. 32. Stage 3: Insight• Construct lessons that integrate the iPad to supportstudent-centered learning• Incorporate the iPad into formative assessmentactivities, inquiry based projects and studentportfolios  • Collect student artifacts and evaluate the impact ofthe technology / app used on student engagement
  33. 33. Taking our LMS furtherHaiku Wiki Projects
  34. 34. Reflecting on student growth over time:Haiku Wiki Projects
  35. 35. Lesson Example: ExplainEverything
  36. 36. Creative Book Builder
  37. 37. Google Sites:Student Projects
  38. 38. Student Experience
  39. 39. Stage 4 & 5•Stage 4:Evaluation•Stage 5:Elaboration
  40. 40. Stage 4: EvaluationInvestigate strategies and processes for engagingstudents in their course content in new ways• Create consistent experiences for students todemonstrate their learning• Consider changing instruction based on studentartifacts and other data collections• Create opportunities for student-centered andcollaborative learning incorporating the iPad• Use technology to support students in curating theirown learning
  41. 41. Stage 5: Elaboration•Explore the use of technology to providestudents with feedback and support studentgrowth•Explore web 2.0 & 3.0 technologies totransform student learning•Identify ways to assess student progress overtime•Investigate the use of mobile learningtechnology to engage students in reflection oftheir learning•Redefine how student engage in a task andtheir learning
  42. 42. Extending Collaboration:Going Beyond Suggestion
  43. 43. Modeling andHands-On Experience
  44. 44. CollaborativeAssessment
  45. 45. InstructionalGoals?EmbeddingTechnology inall PD?Transforming HowStudents are Learning?How do we improve workflow?MY REFLECTION...
  46. 46. What we learn...check out our Book iniTunesSupporting LearningEnvironments with 1:1 iPads
  47. 47. It’s a big task..
  48. 48. It can be scary...
  49. 49. Yet Fun & Exciting
  50. 50. InstructionalTechnologyCoordinatorCaroline Haebig@Haebigemail: chaebig@me.com

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