Going One-to-One                    creating a limitless classroom                                A presentation by Patric...
Thanks for being here!                          A presentation by Patrick Fogarty
I have to thank to mycolleagues...Because I wouldn’t want to facethe reality of a 1:1 slide projectingenvironment.
And finally I’d like to thankthe Edmodo community for the hundreds of teaching  ideas, suggestions, and     recommendations.
About me•  I’m the Faculty Advisor of   Instructional Technology at   Xaverian High School, one of   the first Apple 1:1 sc...
About me•  I’ve spent over a decade   teaching in various schools,   from grade school to Yeshiva to   college.•  My Edmod...
Four segments of my presentation          I. Why go one-to-one               II. The research             III. Getting sta...
Why go one-to-one?
Our story begins inBrooklyn, NY......but not in skinnyjeans, hipsterBrooklyn.
This is TonyManero’s Brooklyn.
The iPad 1:1movement started inGreenock, Scotland.It spread quickly, and ed techevangelists like Fraser Speirshelped get t...
Speirs spoke at our school and we came away proud to betrying something different and empowered by thepossibilities.
Apps and sites like Edmodo helped us shape our visionand made our classrooms more active and engaging.
Is this really just a “PowerPoint projector?”
Two very different schools with similar results.
“...the new technologies make the materials vivid, easy toaccess, and fun to play with -- and they readily address themult...
Wired classrooms   That doesn’t mean we alland mobile         understood it right away.computing aren’tnew ideas.
1:1 classrooms have been in the works for yearsApple developed and deployed several versions of its Classroom of Tomorrow ...
But these ideas make more sense today, since today’s students are digital natives.
One day, people won’t remember a time before President Bieber.
Ideas get old fast.
The research
# of studies that advocated returning to a paper/    pen class model after a 1:1 deployment:"                     0       ...
From Fleischer’s article:     “82% of teacherssaid that students did more    in-depth research.”  “90% of students reportt...
Warschauer and Grimes:Survey says...•  Writing: In their study of a   California middle school one-to-   one deployment th...
Students say...•  In Michigan, students loved the   Freedom to Learn 1:1   computing initiative. 90% of the   nearly 6000 ...
“Overall, the use of the 1:1 laptops appeared tocontribute generally to the effectiveness of thelearning environments per ...
How we did it
Don’t be afraid tomake mistakes.The beginning of theimplementation was a bit of aroller coaster ride for teachers(students...
We embracedblended learning andflipped classrooms.“Blended learning” is the termused to describe combiningphysical and virt...
Flipped classrooms and blended learning embrace the idea thatlesson content can be delivered at home so that homework may ...
We untethered the classroom from its physicalspace, using Edmodo as our centerpiece."
Changing the  Classroom
+   =
Why Edmodo?               •  “The Facebook of                  education”               •  It’s free?!? How is it         ...
Why Edmodo?               •  Provides a safe social                  space for students               •  Student blogs    ...
Edmodo was the teaching assistant I never had. Ithelped me shift from instructor to facilitator.
Khan is great, but you might bebetter.
Portfolio                                               s                                                            Wikis...
No more forgetting books, losinghandouts, or misplacing quizzes.It’s all on Edmodo.
Going Paperless......has its advantages.
Going 1:1 involves creating a student environmentthat mirrors and in some ways improves upon theclassroom, and Edmodo make...
Thanks for listening. Enjoy the rest of EdmodoCon2012!
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1:1 Computing and the Limitless Classroom Presented by Patrick Fogarty

  1. 1. Going One-to-One creating a limitless classroom A presentation by Patrick Fogarty
  2. 2. Thanks for being here! A presentation by Patrick Fogarty
  3. 3. I have to thank to mycolleagues...Because I wouldn’t want to facethe reality of a 1:1 slide projectingenvironment.
  4. 4. And finally I’d like to thankthe Edmodo community for the hundreds of teaching ideas, suggestions, and recommendations.
  5. 5. About me•  I’m the Faculty Advisor of Instructional Technology at Xaverian High School, one of the first Apple 1:1 schools in the United States.•  My book Going One-to-One: iPads and Mobile Computing in the Classroom will be released in October.•  I teach at the college level as well and utilize a 1:1 laptop environment with my students there.
  6. 6. About me•  I’ve spent over a decade teaching in various schools, from grade school to Yeshiva to college.•  My Edmodo group for this presentation is called One-to- One Classrooms and the group code is khk2p0•  You can also email me at pfogarty@gmail.com, or contact me via my favorite form of social media by following @fogarty22
  7. 7. Four segments of my presentation I. Why go one-to-one II. The research III. Getting started IV. Transforming the classroom A presentation by Patrick Fogarty
  8. 8. Why go one-to-one?
  9. 9. Our story begins inBrooklyn, NY......but not in skinnyjeans, hipsterBrooklyn.
  10. 10. This is TonyManero’s Brooklyn.
  11. 11. The iPad 1:1movement started inGreenock, Scotland.It spread quickly, and ed techevangelists like Fraser Speirshelped get the word out.
  12. 12. Speirs spoke at our school and we came away proud to betrying something different and empowered by thepossibilities.
  13. 13. Apps and sites like Edmodo helped us shape our visionand made our classrooms more active and engaging.
  14. 14. Is this really just a “PowerPoint projector?”
  15. 15. Two very different schools with similar results.
  16. 16. “...the new technologies make the materials vivid, easy toaccess, and fun to play with -- and they readily address themultiple ways of knowing that humans possess.” HowardGardner
  17. 17. Wired classrooms That doesn’t mean we alland mobile understood it right away.computing aren’tnew ideas.
  18. 18. 1:1 classrooms have been in the works for yearsApple developed and deployed several versions of its Classroom of Tomorrow in 1985.About ten years later, Microsoft Launched its Anytime, Anywhere Learning Initiative.
  19. 19. But these ideas make more sense today, since today’s students are digital natives.
  20. 20. One day, people won’t remember a time before President Bieber.
  21. 21. Ideas get old fast.
  22. 22. The research
  23. 23. # of studies that advocated returning to a paper/ pen class model after a 1:1 deployment:" 0 A presentation by Patrick Fogarty
  24. 24. From Fleischer’s article: “82% of teacherssaid that students did more in-depth research.” “90% of students reportthat the laptops have had a positive impact on how much they learn from school.” “...during the first year ofimplementation, test-scores increased moderately.”
  25. 25. Warschauer and Grimes:Survey says...•  Writing: In their study of a California middle school one-to- one deployment that was the largest of its kind at the time, Douglas Grimes and Mark War- shower concluded that “a laptop program can have an important affect on facilitating the teaching and learning of writing, especially after the first-year adjustments.”•  Reading: “The results of the initial and final assessments suggest that in a matter of six weeks, [the student] had improved one full grade level in reading ability.”
  26. 26. Students say...•  In Michigan, students loved the Freedom to Learn 1:1 computing initiative. 90% of the nearly 6000 student participants wanted to continue working in a one-to-one environment during the next school year.
  27. 27. “Overall, the use of the 1:1 laptops appeared tocontribute generally to the effectiveness of thelearning environments per the design criteria ofbeing more learner-, assessment-, community-and knowledge-centred.” Dunleavy, 2007
  28. 28. How we did it
  29. 29. Don’t be afraid tomake mistakes.The beginning of theimplementation was a bit of aroller coaster ride for teachers(students were happy with it fromthe start).
  30. 30. We embracedblended learning andflipped classrooms.“Blended learning” is the termused to describe combiningphysical and virtual classroomelements to create a personalizedlearning environment for yourstudents.Edmodo was vital to this effort.
  31. 31. Flipped classrooms and blended learning embrace the idea thatlesson content can be delivered at home so that homework may becompleted in class, with a teacher there to facilitate.
  32. 32. We untethered the classroom from its physicalspace, using Edmodo as our centerpiece."
  33. 33. Changing the Classroom
  34. 34. + =
  35. 35. Why Edmodo? •  “The Facebook of education” •  It’s free?!? How is it free? •  Course and learning management tool •  Maintains gradebooks •  Grades quizzes for you
  36. 36. Why Edmodo? •  Provides a safe social space for students •  Student blogs •  Work submission via Google Docs integration •  Offers each student a personalized learning environment •  Makes differentiating lessons easy
  37. 37. Edmodo was the teaching assistant I never had. Ithelped me shift from instructor to facilitator.
  38. 38. Khan is great, but you might bebetter.
  39. 39. Portfolio s Wikis Twitter BlogsThe teacher becomes a facilitator of knowledge.
  40. 40. No more forgetting books, losinghandouts, or misplacing quizzes.It’s all on Edmodo.
  41. 41. Going Paperless......has its advantages.
  42. 42. Going 1:1 involves creating a student environmentthat mirrors and in some ways improves upon theclassroom, and Edmodo makes that easy andintuitive with a deceptively powerful website andapp.
  43. 43. Thanks for listening. Enjoy the rest of EdmodoCon2012!

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