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CoSN 2012 Presentation
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The North Fond du Lac School District and Marian University are conducing a case study on the impact of the iPad on student engagement. This information is after the first 2 months of the study

The North Fond du Lac School District and Marian University are conducing a case study on the impact of the iPad on student engagement. This information is after the first 2 months of the study

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  • 1. An iPad Study in the School District ofNorth Fond du LacThe Student Engagement Project
  • 2. The Student Engagement ProjectProject Statement –The School District of North Fond du Lac is dedicated to evolvinginstructional practices to better meet the needs of our students and prepare them for life outsideof school through fundamentally changing the way students are engaged in the learning process. Goals: Increase student engagement in the learning process. Increase student achievement. Cognitive, Social, Creative and Emotional Growth. Engagement – students actively involved in the learning process Achievement – the attainment of specific skills or knowledge
  • 3. Data Collection:How do we know if the iPad2 is having an impacton engagement and achievement?Leading Indicators - what would we see if people are doing this work? Students Engaged in the Learning Process Creativity, Collaboration, and Caring Fostered Positive Relationships (with all) FosteredLagging Indicators - what are the results - test scores/achievement Improved Test Scores, Achievement, and Career Readiness Positive Community Perception Improved School Attendance/Enrollment Increased Parental Involvement
  • 4. Teacher’s Perceptions 60% of the Teachers believe their students are slightly to moderately bored at school 60% of the Teachers believe their students are moderately engaged Teachers state 80% of their students have average grades of B’s or less 80% of the Teachers believe the iPad will highly impact their students’ learning 20% of the Teachers believe the iPad will greatly impact their students’ learning
  • 5. High School Student EngagementPrior to the Study 92% of the High School Students owned a piece of technology, but did not own a “lite, mobile computing device” 50% of the High School Students relied on their phone more than any other technology 75% of the High School Students used technology on a daily basis for educational purposes 58% of the High School Students used technology for information gathering purposes 100% of the High School Students agree that they accomplish more academically because of the use of technology
  • 6. 1 2 2%2 14 13%3 34 32%4 39 36%5 18 17% 1. On a scale of 1 (bored at school) to 5 (love school), how do you feel about school? Out of 107 Elementary and Middle School Student Responses
  • 7. 1 1 1%2 5 5%3 21 20%4 65 61%5 15 14% 2. On a scale of 1 (you don’t pay attention) to 5 (always listen and participate), how engaged do you feel at school? Out of 107 Elementary and Middle School Student Responses
  • 8. 1 4 4%2 28 26%3 28 26%4 34 32%5 13 12% 3. On a scale of 1 (never saw one before) to 5 (use them all the time), what is your experience with iPads? Out of 107 Elementary and Middle School Student Responses
  • 9. 1 0 0%2 1 1%3 9 8%4 14 13%5 83 78% 4. On a scale of 1 (don’t like them) to 5 (love them), how do you feel about iPads? Out of 107 Elementary and Middle School Student Responses
  • 10. 1 3 3%2 4 4%3 32 30%4 48 45%5 20 19% 5. On a scale of 1 (not good) to 5 (straight As), how are your current grades? Out of 107 Elementary and Middle School Student Responses
  • 11. 1 0 0%2 6 6%3 10 9%4 45 42%5 46 43% 6. On a scale of 1 (not better) to 5 (drastically improved), how do you think your grades would be with the help of an iPad? Out of 107 Elementary and Middle School Student Responses
  • 12. Applications Used to Engage Elementary StudentsNotability Dropbox Mail SimpleMind+Dictionary Maps FlashcardletCamera Quick Voice ToontasticiBooks Story Maker HD Safari
  • 13. Applications to Engage Middle School StudentsAnimoto Flashcardlet Paperport DropboxDictionary iBooks VoiceThread FaceTimeEducreations Book Creator Bump MailNotability Notes Calculator Safari
  • 14. Applications use by High School StudentsiTunesU Vernier Voice Thread CameraDictionary Flashcardlet Calculators FaceTimeiBooks inClass Dropbox MailNotability Notes Elevated Math SafariPaperport ShowMe Graph It YouTube
  • 15. Built-in CameraRecord students reading aloud, students self-evaluate for fluency,pace, expression, word recognition and more
  • 16. Book CreatorStudent Projects
  • 17. http://bit.ly/AB6FHLWiki Websites with Embedded MediaEighth Grade Engagement all done on the iPad
  • 18. NotabilityTaking, annotating, reviewing notes
  • 19. For More InformationThe School District of North Fond du Lac, Wisconsin:http://www.nfdl.k12.wi.us/Aaron Sadoff, SuperintendentMarian University Fond du Lac, Wisconsin:http://soe.marianuniversity.eduJenna Linskens, Assistant Professor of Education

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