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Mobile Devices, Anytime Learning  The Student-Centered ClassroomDouglas KiangPunahou School
Critical Thinking Skills
Two TrendsMobile Devices   Curricular Change
iPads are unique.They are well-suited to curricular trends.
Number of iPads on Punahou campus35030025020015010050        2010   2011   2012   2013
Mobile Technologies Laptops                     iPads   Cellular Phones   iPods
Mobile Internet Users           Desktop Internet Users200015001000 500   0    2007   2008    2009     2010    2011   2012 ...
Characteristics ofMobile Technology
Not school managed
Personalized
Personalization is Differentiation                   n gs                 so           lo ve     ap py   s
Social, Anytime, Anywhere
Productivehttp://www.flickr.com/photos/yoursecretadmiral/4007675545
Social                                                                     Not school managed                             ...
The technology shiftmirrors thepedagogical shift.
Student-owned      Personalized                Productive Social
a caveat
http://www.flickr.com/photos/67897418@N00/224534117It’s not about the tool.
Mobile technologymakes us more mobile.                 http://www.flickr.com/photos/60499376@N00/176951892
Don’t type two spacesafter a period.Use an em dash --like this—it looks better.Don’t underline foremphasis—that’s whatital...
How are these different from a laptop?             GPS             Touch             Camera             Accelerometer/Gyros...
Gathering quantitativedata over timeEnabling visualcommunicationAnytime, anywherelearning
MapMyRUNfree
Puffin Web Browser$0.99
Hudlfree
Coach’s Eye$4.99
Instant Heart Rate$0.99
Gathering quantitativedata over timeEnabling visualcommunicationAnytime, anywherelearning
Idea Sketchfree
Coach Whiteboardfree
Gathering quantitativedata over timeEnabling visualcommunicationAnytime, anywherelearning
QR Reader for iPhonefree
What does this look like in theclassroom?
www.challengebasedlearning.org
Why Challenge Based Learning?  Blurs the lines between formal and informal learning—capture  more time           24/7 acce...
“Doing challenge-based learning helped us learn time management, teamwork, and problems that we actually face on a daily b...
“Doing challenge-based learning helped us learn time management, teamwork, and problems that we actually face on a daily b...
OngThe Framework                                        Asse oing Inf                                                     ...
Challenge  Create an iPhone app that will be  useful to our school community.
Guiding                           What resourcesQuestions              What is       are there?                      reali...
Guiding  Guided                           Activities Discussion               Meeting with              somebody who      ...
“I think what coaching is all about, istaking players and analyzing theirability, put them in a position where theycan exc...
Mobile Technology and the Student-Centered Classroom
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Mobile Technology and the Student-Centered Classroom
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Mobile Technology and the Student-Centered Classroom
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  1. 1. This slide intentionally left blank
  2. 2. Mobile Devices, Anytime Learning The Student-Centered ClassroomDouglas KiangPunahou School
  3. 3. Critical Thinking Skills
  4. 4. Two TrendsMobile Devices Curricular Change
  5. 5. iPads are unique.They are well-suited to curricular trends.
  6. 6. Number of iPads on Punahou campus35030025020015010050 2010 2011 2012 2013
  7. 7. Mobile Technologies Laptops iPads Cellular Phones iPods
  8. 8. Mobile Internet Users Desktop Internet Users200015001000 500 0 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Source: Morgan Stanley Research, April 2010
  9. 9. Characteristics ofMobile Technology
  10. 10. Not school managed
  11. 11. Personalized
  12. 12. Personalization is Differentiation n gs so lo ve ap py s
  13. 13. Social, Anytime, Anywhere
  14. 14. Productivehttp://www.flickr.com/photos/yoursecretadmiral/4007675545
  15. 15. Social Not school managed Personalized Productivehttp://www.flickr.com/photos/yoursecretadmiral/4007675545
  16. 16. The technology shiftmirrors thepedagogical shift.
  17. 17. Student-owned Personalized Productive Social
  18. 18. a caveat
  19. 19. http://www.flickr.com/photos/67897418@N00/224534117It’s not about the tool.
  20. 20. Mobile technologymakes us more mobile. http://www.flickr.com/photos/60499376@N00/176951892
  21. 21. Don’t type two spacesafter a period.Use an em dash --like this—it looks better.Don’t underline foremphasis—that’s whatitalics are for!
  22. 22. How are these different from a laptop? GPS Touch Camera Accelerometer/Gyroscope
  23. 23. Gathering quantitativedata over timeEnabling visualcommunicationAnytime, anywherelearning
  24. 24. MapMyRUNfree
  25. 25. Puffin Web Browser$0.99
  26. 26. Hudlfree
  27. 27. Coach’s Eye$4.99
  28. 28. Instant Heart Rate$0.99
  29. 29. Gathering quantitativedata over timeEnabling visualcommunicationAnytime, anywherelearning
  30. 30. Idea Sketchfree
  31. 31. Coach Whiteboardfree
  32. 32. Gathering quantitativedata over timeEnabling visualcommunicationAnytime, anywherelearning
  33. 33. QR Reader for iPhonefree
  34. 34. What does this look like in theclassroom?
  35. 35. www.challengebasedlearning.org
  36. 36. Why Challenge Based Learning? Blurs the lines between formal and informal learning—capture more time 24/7 access to tools & resources—students can do their work and access experts Teams are required to do the best work Working across disciplines is natural, not contrivedStudents must know how to find, communicate and apply information Students can respond to a challenge in a variety of ways Students practice managing time and commitments—prioritization Students publish their solution online—communicating with media Challenge Based Learning can scale—in a free open online environment Students can make a difference - NOW! Standards and curriculum are contextualized
  37. 37. “Doing challenge-based learning helped us learn time management, teamwork, and problems that we actually face on a daily basis.”Tasha L, CBL Pilot Student
  38. 38. “Doing challenge-based learning helped us learn time management, teamwork, and problems that we actually face on a daily basis.”Tasha L, CBL Pilot Student
  39. 39. OngThe Framework Asse oing Inf ssm o ent rmative Big Idea Essential Evaluate Question Challenge Implement Solution Guiding Guiding Questions Activities/ Resources Ongand oing Do tion Pub lishi cument l ec ng atio g Ref n ng oin O
  40. 40. Challenge Create an iPhone app that will be useful to our school community.
  41. 41. Guiding What resourcesQuestions What is are there? realistic?How can we brand Can we charge it as an official money? Punahou app? How many peopleHow can we getthe word out? have cell phones? What does “useful” mean?
  42. 42. Guiding Guided Activities Discussion Meeting with somebody who Campus-wide works at Apple Survey Meeting withCommunications Meeting with Dining Services
  43. 43. “I think what coaching is all about, istaking players and analyzing theirability, put them in a position where theycan excel within the framework of theteam winning. And I hope that I’ve donethat in my 33 years as head coach.” Don Shula“Selecting the right person for the rightjob is the largest part of coaching.” Phil Crosby
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