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  • 1. Mobilizing Learning with iPods, iPhones and iPads Lucy Gray http://www.lucygray.org AFSA Conference • February 4, 2013 1
  • 2. Session Information 2 http://www.lucygray.org
  • 3. http://cosn.org/MobileLead
  • 4. http://www.mhsmi.org/
  • 5. http://it.mhsmi.org
  • 6. http://mhsmi.org/curriculum/book_purchasing
  • 7. How does mobility change teaching and learning? How can you personalize learning experiences? How can help learning happen anytime, anywhere? How potentially can we bridge the digital divide? 8
  • 8. 9 Background “Mobile learning: Learning a variety of content and skills anytime, any place with a small device light enough to be carried in one hand.” Project Tomorrow Report 7 http://www.tomorrow.org/speakup/
  • 9. HOT TOPIC: NETP 10
  • 10. HOT TOPIC: Project Tomorrow Speak Up Survey 11
  • 11. HOT TOPIC: K12 Horizon Report 2012 12
  • 12. HOT TOPIC: NASSP 13
  • 13. NASSP 14 "For years, the conversation about mobile and social technology in schools has revolved around how to block it," said NASSP Executive Director Gerald N. Tirozzi. "But it's becoming increasingly clear that simply blocking such technologies does students a disservice. An education that fails to account for the responsible use of mobile devices and social networks prepares students for our past, but not for their future."
  • 14. Hot Topic: Bring Your Own Device 15
  • 15. Gary Stager: Worst Idea of the 21st Century 16
  • 16. If schools adopt digital textbooks, according to the Digital Playbook, “No longer will students have to tote 50 pound backpacks with … print textbooks [outdated by seven to ten years.] New digital textbooks will be light digital devices – such as a laptop or tablet – that combine Internet connectivity, interactive and personalized content, learning videos and games, and other creative applications to enable collaboration with other students while providing instantaneous feedback to the student and teacher.” According to the Digital Playbook… Obama administration wants all students using digital textbooks within five years.
  • 17. Going Beyond the Stuff: Taking Advantage of the Possibilities 19
  • 18. Content Curators Content Creators 20
  • 19. Differentiated Learning Via Apps 21
  • 20. http://www.apple.com/education/apps/ 22
  • 21. Access to Digital Content 23
  • 22. 24
  • 23. 25
  • 24. Feedback and Assessment 26
  • 25. Student Response Systems polleverywhere.com 27
  • 26. Google Docs Forms 28
  • 27. Google Docs Spreadsheets 29
  • 28. Managing and personalizing app experiences 30 App Ecosystems
  • 29. Listening and Learning Centers 31
  • 30. 32
  • 31. 33 Replace
  • 32. 34 Replace
  • 33. 35
  • 34. Research 36
  • 35. History Maps of the World World Heritage WorldCat World Book This Day in History NASA HD Qwiki National Geographic World Atlas HD Wikipedia Mobile
  • 36. Delivery of STEM Content and Activities 38
  • 37. LeafSnap Project Noah Encyclopedia of Life 39
  • 38. Organization and Productivity 40
  • 39. GoogleGoodreaderEvernote
  • 40. Web 2.0 Tools & Cloud Computing
  • 41. Google Apps for Education iCloud Dropbox Box.net 43
  • 42. Diigo Browser 44
  • 43. Flipped Classrooms 45
  • 44. From Jackie Gerstein’s blog post The Flipped Classroom Model: A Full Picture http://usergeneratededucation.wordpress.com/2011/06/13/the-flipped-classroom-model-a- full-picture/ 46
  • 45. From Jackie Gerstein’s blog post The Flipped Classroom Model: A Full Picture http://usergeneratededucation.wordpress.com/2011/06/13/the-flipped-classroom- model-a-full-picture/ 47
  • 46. 48
  • 47. eTextbooks 49
  • 48. iTunes U iPad App http://www.apple.com/education/itunes-u/
  • 49. iBooks Author
  • 50. 53
  • 51. Drag and drop ePub and PDF files to your Books folder in iTunes and sync your iPad. Documents will appear in your iBooks app. 54
  • 52. 55
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  • 57. Digital Creation, Publishing, and Sharing 60
  • 58. 61
  • 59. Face Time Skype UstreamGoogle Docs Edmodo 62
  • 60. 63
  • 61. 360 Panorama App Panorama 360 Camera AppCamera App
  • 62. Content Creators
  • 63. The Use of Peripherals and Toys 68
  • 64. ProScope Mobile 69
  • 65. Pasco Vernier 70
  • 66. Life of George 71
  • 67. Access to Supplementary Content 72
  • 68. QuickMark QR Reader Optiscan Sekai Camera SCVNGR Aurasma
  • 69. 74
  • 70. Resources 75
  • 71. San Domenico Marin County, CA 76
  • 72. iPad Resources Cheryl Davis 77
  • 73. Acalanes Union High School Lafayette, CA 78
  • 74. iPod & iPad User Group Wiki Joe Morelock 79
  • 75. iPads in Education Sam Gliksman 80
  • 76. iEAR Scott Meech 81
  • 77. 36 Interesting Ways to Use iPads in the Classroom Tom Barrett 82
  • 78. The Flipped Learning Network 83
  • 79. iPads at Burley Carolyn Skibba 84
  • 80. Teach Like It’s 2999 Jennie Magiera 85
  • 81. iPad, iPhone & iPod Touch Users Diigo Group 86
  • 82. Leadership for Mobile Learning Diigo Group 87
  • 83. Our challenge is to help students power up in school, not power down. The Airplane Effect? 88
  • 84. Planning for Mobile Learning
  • 85. http://cosn.org/MobileLead
  • 86. http://www.mhsmi.org/
  • 87. http://it.mhsmi.org/
  • 88. Canby School District, Oregon, USA http://wiki.canby.k12.or.us/groups/ipodusergroup/
  • 89. Areas of Focus Leadership School Culture Planning and Refining Process Outcomes Workflow Policies Professional Development Network Community Support 95
  • 90. Tips Value the role of your leadership team. Study your school’s culture. Plan and refine continually. Define measurable outcomes. Experiment with apps to find your work flow. Re-think policies. Provide ample professional development opportunities. Ensure a robust network. Enlist parents and community in support of your program. 96
  • 91. Define Outcomes Increase student achievement and... Boost student engagement? Student attendance rates? Support project-based learning? Increased faculty use of technology? Provide personalized learning opportunities anytime, anywhere? 97
  • 92. Lucy Gray lucy@lucygrayconsulting.com http://lucygrayconsulting.com Twitter: elemenous Slides inspired by Julene Reed & Larry Anderson 98