Teaching with Tablets and Pads

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Teaching with Tablets and Pads

  1. 1. Teaching with Tablets and Pads Fred Feldon, Eric Wilson, Chau Tran & Josh Levenshus Summer Institute, July 25, 2014 Coastline College
  2. 2. 2-Minute Sample Video
  3. 3. Decisions, Decisions Low-Cost Tablet vs True Computer
  4. 4. Decisions, Decisions Low-Cost Input Device vs True Computer
  5. 5. Decisions, Decisions Convertible vs Pure Slate?
  6. 6. Decisions, Decisions Journal vs OneNote?
  7. 7. Decisions, Decisions Wired vs Wireless VGA?
  8. 8. Unleash the Power of your Tablet • Inking Your Lectures – Click and Drag TI Screen Shots – Print to Acrobat PDF • Using the Handwriting Tool – Type, Character-Write, Free-Flow Write • Tablet-Specific Programs – Journal, OneNote, Sticky Note • Annotating Files – Word, PowerPoint, Print Screen, SnagIt • In the Classroom – AC Power, Internet, VGA connection – Plan Ahead!
  9. 9. Inking Your Lectures
  10. 10. Inking Your Lectures
  11. 11. Inking Your Lectures
  12. 12. Inking Your Lectures
  13. 13. Tips to Survive and Thrive with EdTech
  14. 14. Tips to Survive and Thrive with EdTech • Give yourself permission to be childlike • Being good at using the tools will be a process of trial and error • Give yourself time to explore freely • Learn by doing • Learning new hardware and software should be a shared social experience including with your students! • Don’t blame yourself if something doesn’t seem to work right. It might not be you
  15. 15. Tips to Survive and Thrive with EdTech • Give yourself permission to be childlike • Being good at using the tools will be a process of trial and error • Give yourself time to explore freely • Learn by doing • Learning new hardware and software should be a shared social experience including with your students! • Don’t blame yourself if something doesn’t seem to work right. It might not be you • Growth through failure—you can’t be perfect at something you’ve never done before • Don’t focus on the tools. Focus instead on the learning outcomes • Be open and aware: The 21st century classroom will present unforeseen opportunities for further learning for both you and your students! Derral Garrison, Master Teacher, HP Teacher in Residence, June, 2014
  16. 16. Show Me the Power!
  17. 17. Show Me the Power! …Then “Take It Away” Eric, Chau and Josh!
  18. 18. THE IPAD…THE RIGHT CHOICE FOR ME… Eric Wilson
  19. 19. The Apple iPad • It is a Toy • It is a Book • It is a Music Player • It is a Movie Theater • It is a Computer Add On • It is my Secretary • It is my Buddy
  20. 20. iPad Office
  21. 21. iPad Journal Evernote Microsoft OneNote
  22. 22. Notes Handwriting
  23. 23. iPad for Accessories Remote Mouse AirDisplay TwelveSouth HoverBar
  24. 24. iTeacherBook
  25. 25. Textbook Updated!
  26. 26. iPad Class Interactions
  27. 27. Word on Flash Cards • Many of you know Quizlet, FlashCards Deluxe, and other flash card software • Caution – Recently discovered to help with cheating – Test questions and answers uploaded • Each class and teacher is different
  28. 28. Thank You Questions or comments? ffeldon@coastline.edu This presentation is available to download at http://www.slideshare.net/ffeldon

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