Using iPads to Create
Innovative Scientists
Ben Smith and Jared Mader
@edtechben @rlmaderj
www.edtechinnovators.com
Ben Smith:
• Physics Teacher
• Keystone Technology
Integrator
• Making IT Happen
Award Winner
• Former ISTE Board of
Direc...
Our Website

www.edtechinnovators.com
Friday PSTA Presentations
• 9:00 – 10:00 AM – Using iPads to Create
Innovative Scientists (Room #112)
• 11:30 AM – 12:30 P...
Special Interest Groups
Why this session?

http://www.schrockguide.net/bloomin-apps.html
The “Triangle” to Creating
The “Triangle”
Students are guided to use different tools

Creating
Students are making sound c...
Why this session?
What do students iDo?

The Practices
Created by YETC - 2012
What do iDo?

Practice Makes….
Created by YETC - 2012
Increasing Complexity of Technology Skills
Technology choices become autonomous

Increasing Levels of Cognition
Curriculum...
• Creating the Canvas
• Word, PowerPoint, Inspiration, Wikis,
Google Docs

• Learning to Paint
• User Created Content: Pod...
Why this session?
Finding Information
Periodic Table
Different Approach
How can students keep track of
their work?
Evernote - Warehouse
Lab Books
How can students use the iPad
to collect data?
Data Collection
Weather Data
Measuring
Real Caliper
Acceleration
Magnetic Field
Angles
Sound Level
Oscilloscope
Sparkvue
How can students analyze
videos?
Vernier Video Physics
Vernier Video Physics
How can students simulate lab
work?
Exploriments
Creativity & Communication
How can students annotate
photos and make their own
content with drawing tools?
Annotating Images
Drawing/Sketching
How can students take images
and make a creative cartoon?
Comic Books
How can students narrate
photos with annotations?
Photo Narration
How can students communicate
information through drawing,
images and narration?
StoryTelling
How can students record video
and export for use elsewhere?
Movie Making
Collecting Data

•

Example Task: Take video of experiment for later analysis.

Video Capture
Video Capture
How can students make use of
physical science based games?
Physics Based Games
Screenshot of Path

Physics Based Games
I want students to keep a photo
diary of their work.
Photo Diary
How can students make a
presentation of information with
audio, images and drawings.
Educreations
How can students mark up
video?
Coach’s Eye
How can students record audio
for use later?
Audio
What Else?
• Email: info@edtechinnovators.com
• Website: www.edtechinnovators.com
• Ben  @edtechben ben@edtechinnovators.com
• Jared...
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Got iPad? We will show you the best apps and how to work with students using this device. Whether you have one device or a classroom set, you will leave with ideas on how to leverage these tools for finding information, collecting and analyzing data, and communicating learning.

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  • PSTA13 - iPads to Create Innovative Scientists

    1. 1. Using iPads to Create Innovative Scientists Ben Smith and Jared Mader @edtechben @rlmaderj www.edtechinnovators.com
    2. 2. Ben Smith: • Physics Teacher • Keystone Technology Integrator • Making IT Happen Award Winner • Former ISTE Board of Directors About Us Jared Mader: • Director of Technology • Former Chemistry Teacher • Keystone Technology Integrator • Masters in Instructional Technology • ISTE Consultant
    3. 3. Our Website www.edtechinnovators.com
    4. 4. Friday PSTA Presentations • 9:00 – 10:00 AM – Using iPads to Create Innovative Scientists (Room #112) • 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM - The World of Google in Science (Room #203) • 12:45 – 1:45 PM – Putting Web 2.0 into the Science Classroom (Room #219) • 2:00 – 3:00 PM – Google Me This: How to Make Collaboration Work in a Wiki World (Room #205) 2013 Presentations
    5. 5. Special Interest Groups
    6. 6. Why this session? http://www.schrockguide.net/bloomin-apps.html
    7. 7. The “Triangle” to Creating The “Triangle” Students are guided to use different tools Creating Students are making sound choices about the appropriate synthesis of content and technology into a final product
    8. 8. Why this session?
    9. 9. What do students iDo? The Practices Created by YETC - 2012
    10. 10. What do iDo? Practice Makes…. Created by YETC - 2012
    11. 11. Increasing Complexity of Technology Skills Technology choices become autonomous Increasing Levels of Cognition Curriculum mastery deepens A Taxonomy for Integrating Technology
    12. 12. • Creating the Canvas • Word, PowerPoint, Inspiration, Wikis, Google Docs • Learning to Paint • User Created Content: Podcasts, Movies, Animoto, Mapping • Creative Process • Instructional Design: Be Vague Inspiring Creativity
    13. 13. Why this session?
    14. 14. Finding Information
    15. 15. Periodic Table
    16. 16. Different Approach
    17. 17. How can students keep track of their work?
    18. 18. Evernote - Warehouse
    19. 19. Lab Books
    20. 20. How can students use the iPad to collect data?
    21. 21. Data Collection
    22. 22. Weather Data
    23. 23. Measuring Real Caliper
    24. 24. Acceleration
    25. 25. Magnetic Field
    26. 26. Angles
    27. 27. Sound Level
    28. 28. Oscilloscope
    29. 29. Sparkvue
    30. 30. How can students analyze videos?
    31. 31. Vernier Video Physics
    32. 32. Vernier Video Physics
    33. 33. How can students simulate lab work?
    34. 34. Exploriments
    35. 35. Creativity & Communication
    36. 36. How can students annotate photos and make their own content with drawing tools?
    37. 37. Annotating Images
    38. 38. Drawing/Sketching
    39. 39. How can students take images and make a creative cartoon?
    40. 40. Comic Books
    41. 41. How can students narrate photos with annotations?
    42. 42. Photo Narration
    43. 43. How can students communicate information through drawing, images and narration?
    44. 44. StoryTelling
    45. 45. How can students record video and export for use elsewhere?
    46. 46. Movie Making
    47. 47. Collecting Data • Example Task: Take video of experiment for later analysis. Video Capture
    48. 48. Video Capture
    49. 49. How can students make use of physical science based games?
    50. 50. Physics Based Games
    51. 51. Screenshot of Path Physics Based Games
    52. 52. I want students to keep a photo diary of their work.
    53. 53. Photo Diary
    54. 54. How can students make a presentation of information with audio, images and drawings.
    55. 55. Educreations
    56. 56. How can students mark up video?
    57. 57. Coach’s Eye
    58. 58. How can students record audio for use later?
    59. 59. Audio
    60. 60. What Else?
    61. 61. • Email: info@edtechinnovators.com • Website: www.edtechinnovators.com • Ben  @edtechben ben@edtechinnovators.com • Jared  @rlmaderj jared@edtechinnovators.com Questions http://bit.ly/nsta13
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