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HAEBIG ISTE 2014: Got iPads? Explore instructional strategies and differentiated professional learning

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This professional learning framework for supporting teachers during iPad implementation. We'll cover cross disciplinary instructional strategies and 1:1 management solutions.

This professional learning framework for supporting teachers during iPad implementation. We'll cover cross disciplinary instructional strategies and 1:1 management solutions.

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  • 1. Please Complete Form Now goo.gl/0wzE1o
  • 2. hhttp://todaysmeet.com/ HaebigISTE Join the Backchannel Got iPads! Explore Strong Instructional Strategies & Differentiated PD
  • 3. Caroline Haebig ! @Haebig Instructional Technology Coordinator  Adlai E. Stevenson High School ! Apple Distinguished Educator Google Certified Teacher Google Education Trainer ISTE OutstandingYoung Educator University of Indiana Jacobs Educator ms.haebig {at} gmail.com
  • 4. 5 Things we will cover today
  • 5. 1:1 iPad? WHY
  • 6. What does Deeper Learning with Mobile Tech look like?
  • 7. Text Professional Learning
  • 8. Tools for Assessment
  • 9. Curating Student Content
  • 10. 1:1 iPad? WHY
  • 11. Student Engagement
  • 12. Differentiation
  • 13. Formative Assessment
  • 14. Adlai E. Stevenson High School ! SMART Program Stevenson’s Mobile Academic Realtime Technology
  • 15. SMART Courses: 2012-2013 Anatomy & Physiology AP Music Theory Spanish 2
  • 16. Redefinition! Technology allows for the creation of new tasks, previously inconceivable Modification! Technology allows for significant task redesign Augmentation! Technology acts as a direct tool substitute with functional improvement Substitution! Technology acts as a direct substitute with little or no functional improvement EnhancementTransformation Based on the work of Ruben Puentedura, Ph. D SAMR Model
  • 17. * No Task or functional improvementSubstitution
  • 18. Augmentation
  • 19. Modification
  • 20. Redefinition
  • 21. What does Deeper Learning with Mobile Tech look like?
  • 22. Formative Assessment
  • 23. Desired State Current State
  • 24. Student Thinking
  • 25. Growth Over Time Technology helps students to articulate their gaps and reflect on growth over time
  • 26. Demonstrate, Explain Reflect Support Metacognitive Activities What learners can do:
  • 27. Formative Assessment
  • 28. Designing Reflective Learning Experiences
  • 29. Instructional Moves
  • 30. • Make sure students have prior experience or exposure to the content/ gauge student readiness
  • 31. • Provide clear directions, to support students in understanding the assignment
  • 32. • Think about how to provide students with feedback?
  • 33. Some Apps for making thinking visible & audible Explain Everything Final Argument Educreations Show Me Puppet Pals
  • 34. Explain Everything Examples
  • 35. App Features
  • 36. Physical Education
  • 37. First Grade
  • 38. Text Professional Learning
  • 39. Finding Efficiency
  • 40. Rethinking Productivity Build Student Potential What is Student Success?
  • 41. What does that mean for students?
  • 42. Differentiation: Not Just for Students
  • 43. Organizing Professional Learning with PLCs
  • 44. Core Team Leaders Division Director Core Team Leaders Team Leaders Team Leaders Team Leaders Teams Teams Teams Teams Teams Teams
  • 45. Goals, Projects, Initiatives RTI Collaboration Formative Assessment Student Engagement
  • 46. Core Team Leader Focus Division Director Student Engagement Instructional Technology Core Leader Core Leader Core Leader Teams Teams Teams Teams
  • 47. Identify 1 Team
  • 48. Identifying where Adult Learners are at.
  • 49. Evaluation Insight Incubation PreparationElaboration
  • 50. Professional Learning Map
  • 51. iTunes U
  • 52. Dynamic Resources
  • 53. Stage 1: Preparation Technical Basics, Setting goals for Proficiency
  • 54. Stage 2: Incubation Workflow Supports
  • 55. Being Practical
  • 56. Google Drive
  • 57. What role do they play? Google Apps for Education: your cloud computing, collaborative tools Learning Management System: Managing workflow on a mobile device These products work together to Making Content Accessible and Collaborative: Google Drive, Google Calendar,All sorts of files and other web tools or content you may use
  • 58. Little things Matter…
  • 59. Extending Learning Spaces
  • 60. Simplicity can help people... Pick a main one GoodNotesBy Time Base Technology Limited
  • 61. Diane Sweeney: Coaching tool
  • 62. How to make Professional Learning valuable? • Modeling • Job Embedded • Check for Understanding • Reflection
  • 63. Stage 3: Insight Designing Learning Experiences
  • 64. VIDEO CONTENT Camera RollApps
  • 65. Redefining the Learner Role
  • 66. Haiku Wiki Projects
  • 67. CreateVideo Content Block Then choose video or create.
  • 68. Choose video from Camera Roll
  • 69. Find video > Select “Use”
  • 70. Learner Reflection
  • 71. Google Sites: Inquiry Projects
  • 72. Stage 4 & 5 • Stage 4: Evaluation • Stage 5: Elaboration
  • 73. Extending Collaboration: Going Beyond Suggestion
  • 74. Modeling and Hands-On Experience
  • 75. Collaborative Assessment
  • 76. Tools for Assessment
  • 77. 1. Use criteria, Rubrics you have created already... focused on content
  • 78. 2. Other Assessment Tools
  • 79. Curating Student Content
  • 80. Content Curation & Management What to do with those student projects, after they are created!
  • 81. Augmented Reality
  • 82. What is Augmented Reality? • Taking the concept of a QR code to a new level • Image based • Basically pulls information from the Cloud (like a video, website, document etc) that a user can view on a mobile device
  • 83. Instructional Goals? Embedding Technology in all PD? Transforming How Students are Learning? How do we improve workflow? MY REFLECTION...
  • 84. Learner Experience
  • 85. What we learn...check out our Book in iTunes Supporting Learning Environments with 1:1 iPads
  • 86. Coming soon… Modernizing Learning
  • 87. Resources goo.gl/yDhCPb
  • 88. Caroline Haebig ! @Haebig Instructional Technology Coordinator  Adlai E. Stevenson High School ! Apple Distinguished Educator Google Certified Teacher Google Education Trainer ISTE OutstandingYoung Educator University of Indiana Jacobs Educator ms.haebig {at} gmail.com