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  1. 1. Application for Educators Gregory S Mihalik LCPS
  2. 2. * Smartpens capture everything a user hears and writes.* Notes are recorded using an infrared tracker and computer processer in the Smartpen to monitor movement, while recording audio through a microphone.* They provide quick and accurate access to information by simply tapping directly on the written notes to replay audio.
  3. 3. * Smartpens write on Livescribe dot paper, which is plain paper printed with an almost invisible grid of micro-dots.* The Smartpen’s high-speed infrared camera reads the dot pattern to record notes along with audio.* Notes can then be uploaded Dot Paper directly onto a computer to view with linked audio.
  4. 4. *K-5 Classroom Teacher*Reading Specialist*English Language Learner (ELL) Teacher*Administrator
  5. 5. K-5 Classroom TeacherBelow are some possible uses for classroom teachers. For each activity, the appropriate Virginia Standard of Learning (SOL) is listed.* Reading - sight word reading for practice and assessment* Social Studies – geography and map skills* Math – geometric shape identification* Science – interactive science texts
  6. 6. Second Grade - Quarter 1 Standard of Learning (SOL) old after Reading – 1st and 2nd Grade over every under now 1.6 The student will apply phonetic principles tobecause or read and spell live -Use word patterns to decode unfamiliar word. thank -Read and spell common, high-frequency sight once were words, including the, said, and come put again us 2.4 The student will use phonetic strategies how when reading and spelling. could off new our 2.7 The student will read fiction and nonfiction, using a variety of strategies independently. open think -Read stories, poems, and passages with some any fluency and expression. walk -Reread and self-correct when necessary. know
  7. 7. Social Studies SOL – 2nd Grade2.5 The student will develop map skills by locating the equator, the seven continents, five oceans on maps and globes. LOCATIONS Africa Antarctica Europe Arctic Ocean Indian Ocean Asia North America Atlantic Ocean Pacific Ocean Australia South America Equator Southern Ocean
  8. 8. THE WORLD Identify the equator, the seven continents and the five oceans located on this world map. Use the word bank below. Equator Africa Europe Antarctica Indian Ocean= Dot Paper Arctic Ocean North America Asia Pacific Ocean Atlantic Ocean South America Australia Southern Ocean
  9. 9. Rectangle TriangleX X X Hexagon Square Parallelogram Circle Cylinder CubeX X X Rect. Prism Cone Pyramid Sphere Math SOL – Geometry 2.16 The student will identify, describe,X X X compare, and contrast plane and solid geometric figures (circle/sphere, square/cube, and rectangle/ rectangular prism).X X X X = dot paper
  10. 10. Science SOL – 2nd Grade2.4 – Life Processes* The student will investigate and understand that plants and animals undergo a series of orderly changes in their life cycles. Key concepts include* some animals (frogs and butterflies) undergo distinct stages during their lives, while others generally resemble their parentsConcepts Overview* Throughout their lives, plants and animals undergo a series of orderly and identifiable changes.* Some animals, such as frogs and butterflies, go through distinct stages as they mature to adults.
  11. 11. Butterflies By Martha E. H. RustadPage 1Butterflies are insects.insects – animals with six legs, three body parts and wingsPage 2Butterflies hatch from eggs. They begin life as caterpillars.hatch – to break out of an eggPage 3Caterpillars eat leaves all day long. They grow quickly. Caterpillars outgrowtheir skin and shed it many times. A full-grown caterpillar forms a shellaround its body it is called a chrysalis.chrysalis – the hard case that forms around a caterpillar
  12. 12. Page 4Its body changes inside the chrysalis. The caterpillarbecomes a butterfly. Soon the butterfly pushes outof the chrysalis.Page 5It waits for its wet wings to dry. Then it can fly.Butterflies have a narrow body and four wings.narrow – not widePage 6Tiny colored scales cover each wing. They form patterns. Some butterflies arebrown or gray. They can look like leaves.Page 7Some butterflies have bright colors. Bright color show birds a butterfly is bad toeat. Butterflies eat nectar from flowers. Nectar give them energy for flying.nectar – a sweet liquid found in flowers
  13. 13. Page 8Butterflies use their antennas to smell. This is how they find nectar. Allinsects have size legs. Butterflies can taste nectar with their tips of their legs.antennas – a pair of long, thin feelers on an insect’s headPage 9Butterflies have a mouth shaped like a straw. They drink nectar through it.Butterflies lay eggs on leaves. They make sticky liquid that holds the eggs tothe leaves.Page 10Soon new caterpillars will hatch from the eggs.Text adapted from print book.
  14. 14. Reading Specialist* Running record - document/evaluate oral reading  Record reading errors and corrections  Analyze responses  Time fluency* Comprehensive reading assessment  Support note taking and audio recording  Developmental Reading Assessment (DRA) - response  Phonological Awareness Literacy Screening (PALS) - accuracy* Fluency practice and analysis  Teacher analyze oral reading  Student listen to own recorded reading
  15. 15. English Language Learner (ELL) Teacher* Translator application – words can be written in English and translated into multiple languages* Fluency practice – students can listen to modeled oral reading
  16. 16. Common Words Number Words*hello *zero * nine*goodbye *one * ten*please *two*thanks *three*coffee *four Spanish Translator*chocolate *five Application*water *six*banana *seven *eight *nine *ten
  17. 17. - Thank you for attending the presentation- Hope you learned something valuable about this new technology- Your feedback is critical to make technology access possible for teachers- Please complete the brief educator survey so LCPS can identify the interest and needs of teachers

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