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PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM
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PETE&C 2014 - iPads in STEM

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The iPad can be used to collect and create. Learn how students use the on board sensors and probes to produce creative STEAM productions.

The iPad can be used to collect and create. Learn how students use the on board sensors and probes to produce creative STEAM productions.

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    • 1. Using iPads to Create Innovative Scientists Ben Smith and Jared Mader @edtechben @rlmaderj www.edtechinnovators.com
    • 2. Our Website www.edtechinnovators.com
    • 3. ISTE
    • 4. Why this session? http://www.schrockguide.net/bloomin-apps.html
    • 5. Transformation - SAMR
    • 6. Increasing Complexity of Technology Skills Technology choices become autonomous Increasing Levels of Cognition Curriculum mastery deepens A Taxonomy for Integrating Technology
    • 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. • 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
    • 9. Finding Information
    • 10. Periodic Table
    • 11. Different Approach
    • 12. How can students keep track of their work?
    • 13. Evernote - Warehouse
    • 14. Lab Books
    • 15. How can students use the iPad to collect data?
    • 16. Data Collection
    • 17. Weather Data
    • 18. Measuring Real Caliper
    • 19. Acceleration
    • 20. Magnetic Field
    • 21. Angles
    • 22. Sound Level
    • 23. Oscilloscope
    • 24. Sparkvue
    • 25. How can students analyze videos?
    • 26. Vernier Video Physics
    • 27. Vernier Video Physics
    • 28. How can students simulate lab work?
    • 29. Exploriments
    • 30. Creativity & Communication
    • 31. How can students annotate photos and make their own content with drawing tools?
    • 32. Annotating Images
    • 33. Drawing/Sketching
    • 34. How can students take images and make a creative cartoon?
    • 35. Comic Books
    • 36. How can students narrate photos with annotations?
    • 37. Photo Narration
    • 38. How can students communicate information through drawing, images and narration?
    • 39. StoryTelling
    • 40. How can students record video and export for use elsewhere?
    • 41. Movie Making
    • 42. Collecting Data • Example Task: Take video of experiment for later analysis. Video Capture
    • 43. Video Capture
    • 44. How can students make use of physical science based games?
    • 45. Physics Based Games
    • 46. Screenshot of Path Physics Based Games
    • 47. I want students to keep a photo diary of their work.
    • 48. Photo Diary
    • 49. How can students make a presentation of information with audio, images and drawings.
    • 50. Educreations
    • 51. How can students mark up video?
    • 52. Coach’s Eye
    • 53. How can students record audio for use later?
    • 54. Audio
    • 55. What Else?
    • 56. • 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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