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  • Now, students use their blogs to post book reviews, respond to text, share  new learning in inquiry projects and ask questions of our blogging community.
  • Digital devices presentation

    1. 1. Digital Devices Explore possibilities, enhance instruction, engage students.
    2. 2. Opening ActivityO Download QR Reader O i-nigmaO Socrative survey O Download app – Student Clicker-Socrative OR O M.socrative.com
    3. 3. What devices?O Smartphones O Portable Media O iPhone, Android, Devices Blackberry, etc. O iPodO Tablet Computers O Laptop/Netbook O iPad, Android Tablets, etc. O eReader O Kindle Fire (limited)
    4. 4. QR CodesO Book reviews Record & attach to bookO Homework help Open how-to video Khan Academy, MathTrain.tv or a student/teacher generated video from your class.
    5. 5. QR CodesO Share digital files Easy access to documents.O Link to website Easily open site for classO Scavenger Hunt http://classtools.net/QR/
    6. 6. InstructionO Screen recording O Teacher explains missed problems on test for independent relearning. O Kindergarten student explaining math. O Student explaining factor trees.O Activities O Annotating documents O Mindmapping
    7. 7. InstructionO Research O Search for an answer or solution. O Research a topic, screenshot, highlight & take notes on text.O Multimedia O Take pictures, record audio or video to create a presentation. O Take picture of written work to submit to teacher. O Record audio or video of book review.
    8. 8. ConnectO Digital file sharing O Submit work O Distribute materials (no copies!)O Collaboration on projects O Online sticky notes – linoit example O Presentation-using Google or web toolO Blog O Communicate with classmates and/or public, quick assessments, reflections, writing pieces, etc. O Kidblog.org
    9. 9. AssessmentO Blogs O Students type reflection on blog. Parents can see and teacher can read. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WfT8xlnMQKU&feature=player_ embedded)O On-screen quiz or surveyO Quizlet (study tool)O Socrative (app) & websiteO Google Forms O Instant results by student & question. O Can be practice for state testing. O Google Forms How-to. (1:07)
    10. 10. Content Area -QR on maps for -Screen record steps certain locations to of solving problem look up -Khan Academy or Math -digital timelines Train videos -write digital story -Practice withabout historical event flashcards-record video of event -Scavenger hunt with or life of historical QR Codes figure -Google maps in geography
    11. 11. Content Area-Free ebooks of some novels -research animals or habitats -Use digital document to correct grammar -create video oror identify themes/key presentation on steps points or results of experiment-journaling/blogging -take pictures -digital storytelling outdoors to create a -Writing pieces in presentation digital form -use image of animal-podcast or video book or plant & label parts. reviews (or chapter (best with touchscreen) reviews) O Ideas?
    12. 12. Resources O http://literacyspark.wordpress.com/ O Be amazed at what students can do! These two teachers blog almost daily about the technology in their classroom & show videos/pictures! O http://ipaddiction.blogspot.com/ O Middle school teacher blogs almost daily about technology in his math classroom with videos! Great explanations about the individual learning of his students!Cami Knapp cknapp1@murraystate.edu

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