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This presentation was to help educators to identify and evaluate instructional practices and corresponding technologies to support engaging students in learning.

This presentation was to help educators to identify and evaluate instructional practices and corresponding technologies to support engaging students in learning.

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Making Thinking Visible & Audible: iPad apps in secondary education Making Thinking Visible & Audible: iPad apps in secondary education Presentation Transcript

  • Start Here: http://tinyurl.com/apps4hs
  • Caroline Haebig @haebig ms.haebig@gmail.com Instructional Technology Coordinator  Adlai E. Stevenson High School Apple Distinguished Educator Google Certified Teacher Google Certified Trainer ISTE Outstanding Young Educator University of Indiana Jacobs Educator
  • Today’s Session hinking Visible & Audible: Metacognition Apps Performance Problem Solving Creativity Demonstration Reflection Authentic Creation Workflow
  • Join the Backchannel What technologies are students using in your learning environment? https://todaysmeet.com/haebig
  • Learning Targets • Identify instructional practices and corresponding technologies to support engaging students in learning
  • Part 1: Supporting Metacognition
  • What learners can do: Demonstrate, Explain Reflect Support Metacognitive Activities
  • What do these learning experiences look like? •Examples from Physical Welfare, World Language, Science
  • What Do these learning experiences have in common? •1. Review your own. •2. With your group make a list of what these have in common. •3.Each group will report out your group observations by completing the Google Form.
  • Applying it: Learning Experience Template
  • Spanish Example
  • Physical Education
  • Chemistry Example
  • Supporting Metacognition • Explain Everything • Educreations • Puppet Pals • Doceri • ToonTastic
  • Part 2: Supporting Formative Feedback & Student Response Systems
  • What do you use?
  • Formative Feedback & Student Response Systems • Infuse Learning • Socrative • Google Forms (and Conditional Formatting) • Today’s Meet
  • Student Response Systems Socrative Infuse Learning
  • Question Types • Infuse Learning: • • • • • • • Multiple Choice True/False Sort & Order • Socrative: • Multiple Choice • • True/False Text Response Numeric Response Likert Scale Draw Response Short Answer
  • Login & User Experience • Socrative - Internet Connected Devices, Student and Teacher App for IOS • InfuseLearning Internet Connected Devices
  • Google Forms • • Quick • Conditional Formatting Must keep organized
  • Purpose of these tools • Allow teachers to engage students in realtime response and assessment • Allow teachers to make informed decisions and shape instruction based on immediate feedback or to collect student data to review at a later date • Support students in thinking more about their own learning • Engage groups of students in collective learning
  • Overall Recommendation at the time: • Recommend Infuse Learning • Socrative recently has some updates that are being worked out at the moment- just something to consider • Both are great tools that engage students in real-time feedback, collect data and allow teachers and students to engage in learning as a process and make informed decisions.
  • Part 3: Supporting Collaboration
  • Workflow & Collaboration • Google Drive app • SubText
  • Subtext • • • • • 1. Download FREE Subtext App for the iPad. • 6. Have students annotate, highlight and tag examples, make connections, engage in close reading... Subtext helps students to engage with a text in collaborative ways. • 7. Add a discussion- this allows teachers to select excerpts of a text or ask questions to have students delve deeper into the text and share with other students. • 8. Teachers can also link to the web, add images or provide other supports that connect to that text. 2. Login with your teacher email. 3. ID yourself as a teacher (if you are a teacher...or a student if you are a student) 4. Create a Group - this links your students together to review learning. 5. Find Content Explore books already on Subtext, articles, web links, images, or upload your own PDF document.
  • Organizing Google Drive Using the Google Drive App for iOS
  • Locate Google Drive App
  • Start by Creating an Account or Signing In
  • Click “Create Account”
  • Features of Google Drive App on the iPad
  • Create a Folder 1. 2.
  • Name Folders & Files
  • Viewing your files: List view...
  • Viewing your files: Document view...
  • “Shared with Me”
  • Share with others:
  • Shared can be viewed or edited *Can View or Edit
  • Organizing & Moving Files & Folders
  • Move a Document:
  • Rename:
  • Googly things to know... • Convert: Converts it to a Google File hence, can be edited collaboratively • Non Converted: Just stored and shared people must download the
  • Part 4: Supporting Evidence Based Reporting
  • Evidence Based Reporting • Google Sites • Blogger • Apps for Journaling • Haiku LMS Wiki Projects • Others: Wix,Weebly
  • Making Thinking Visible & Audible Problem Solving Metacognition Providing Feedback Over Creativity Time Demonstration Performance Reflection Authentic Creation
  • Establishing a Common Language
  • Bloom’s Face Lift...
  • Why ePortfolios Self Reflection Self, Peer and Teacher Feedback Incorporate Diverse Mediums
  • Who is Audience? • Classmates? • School? District? • Community? • Career Readiness? • Future Education? • Higher Ed or other
  • Student Reflections
  • Tools for Curating Learning • Google Sites • Haiku Wiki Projects (part of Haiku Learning LMS) • Weebly • Wix
  • Creating the Process...ideas • Create Google Sites Template • Help students clearly define the purpose and audience of their portfolios • Provide opportunities to share and model student work • Connect beyond the walls of the classroom
  • Spanish 2 Project: Using Google Sites for Portfolio Projects Project Example
  • Assessment Tools
  • General Rubric
  • Getting Started!Resources! http://www.edtechchallenge.com/
  • It’s all about GROWTH
  • Caroline Haebig @haebig ms.haebig@gmail.com Instructional Technology Coordinator  Adlai E. Stevenson High School Apple Distinguished Educator Google Certified Teacher Google Certified Trainer ISTE Outstanding Young Educator University of Indiana Jacobs Educator