iPads & OtherMobile Devices                in the Social                                 Studies                          ...
common                       core     why?            where            are we            going?                           ...
what’s your number?
19th centuryschool
factory                         sferable skills                non-tranrepetitive                   monotonous
this is Erin
this is        J   ake
they think history is   boring
they’re not  so fond of       civics,geography or  econ either
and they’re not alone
“I have to powerdown when I get toschool.”HS student
21st century school?
critical thinking                       c ommun icationcollaboration                        creativity     flexibility
the problem?
the solution?
engage kids in their learningincrease test scoresaccess multi-media
individualize learningmobile learningencourage push / pull
Tips?teacher PDstudent email & train to usebandwidthwireless access points
best practice conversationsAUPloading appsVPP
The Civil War TodayNewspapersPolitifactEarly JamestownRomaThe Presidents
iTunes UPodcastsVideos
Elbow partner?
“In times of change thelearners shall inherit theearth, while the learned findthemselves beautifully equippedto deal with ...
have more questions?   contact: Glenn Wiebe glennw@essdack.org socialstudiescentral.com historytech.wordpress.com View pre...
NSSSA 2011 - iPads in the Social Studies
NSSSA 2011 - iPads in the Social Studies
NSSSA 2011 - iPads in the Social Studies
NSSSA 2011 - iPads in the Social Studies
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NSSSA 2011 - iPads in the Social Studies

  1. 1. iPads & OtherMobile Devices in the Social Studies Classroom Glenn Wiebe glennw@essdack.org ESSDACK
  2. 2. common core why? where are we going? examplessample apps tips & tricks
  3. 3. what’s your number?
  4. 4. 19th centuryschool
  5. 5. factory sferable skills non-tranrepetitive monotonous
  6. 6. this is Erin
  7. 7. this is J ake
  8. 8. they think history is boring
  9. 9. they’re not so fond of civics,geography or econ either
  10. 10. and they’re not alone
  11. 11. “I have to powerdown when I get toschool.”HS student
  12. 12. 21st century school?
  13. 13. critical thinking c ommun icationcollaboration creativity flexibility
  14. 14. the problem?
  15. 15. the solution?
  16. 16. engage kids in their learningincrease test scoresaccess multi-media
  17. 17. individualize learningmobile learningencourage push / pull
  18. 18. Tips?teacher PDstudent email & train to usebandwidthwireless access points
  19. 19. best practice conversationsAUPloading appsVPP
  20. 20. The Civil War TodayNewspapersPolitifactEarly JamestownRomaThe Presidents
  21. 21. iTunes UPodcastsVideos
  22. 22. Elbow partner?
  23. 23. “In times of change thelearners shall inherit theearth, while the learned findthemselves beautifully equippedto deal with a world that nolonger exists.”Eric Hoffer
  24. 24. have more questions? contact: Glenn Wiebe glennw@essdack.org socialstudiescentral.com historytech.wordpress.com View presentations at: slideshare.net/glennw98

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