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  • Let me tell you a little more about the IEAR initiative.
  • Let me tell you a little more about the IEAR initiative.
  • Let me tell you a little more about the IEAR initiative.
  • Let me tell you a little more about the IEAR initiative.
  • Let me tell you a little more about the IEAR initiative.
  • Let me tell you a little more about the IEAR initiative.
  • Let me tell you a little more about the IEAR initiative.
  • Let me tell you a little more about the IEAR initiative.
  • Let me tell you a little more about the IEAR initiative.
  • Let me tell you a little more about the IEAR initiative.
  • Let me tell you a little more about the IEAR initiative.
  • Let me tell you a little more about the IEAR initiative.
  • Let me tell you a little more about the IEAR initiative.
  • 1. For the same price as a graphing calculator a school district can buy handheld devices that can be used by students • For Word processing • For Search and retrieval • For ebooks • For testing / quizzing / practicing in all subjects • For Computation • For Data acquisition • For Visually displaying and processing information • For Genuine access to diverse languages and cultures • For ... Fill in the Blank 2. Learning anytime anywhere: Video Example: Mobile Devices for Reflection in a Classroom - Wes Freyer said he is looking the for the ultimate device and I don’t think this will every happen. We need to targeted purchase. 3. Differentiation - Video Example 4. RTI 5. Collaboration / Cooperative Learning
  • 1. For the same price as a graphing calculator a school district can buy handheld devices that can be used by students • For Word processing • For Search and retrieval • For ebooks • For testing / quizzing / practicing in all subjects • For Computation • For Data acquisition • For Visually displaying and processing information • For Genuine access to diverse languages and cultures • For ... Fill in the Blank 2. Learning anytime anywhere: Video Example: Mobile Devices for Reflection in a Classroom - Wes Freyer said he is looking the for the ultimate device and I don’t think this will every happen. We need to targeted purchase. 3. Differentiation - Video Example 4. RTI 5. Collaboration / Cooperative Learning
  • 1. For the same price as a graphing calculator a school district can buy handheld devices that can be used by students • For Word processing • For Search and retrieval • For ebooks • For testing / quizzing / practicing in all subjects • For Computation • For Data acquisition • For Visually displaying and processing information • For Genuine access to diverse languages and cultures • For ... Fill in the Blank 2. Learning anytime anywhere: Video Example: Mobile Devices for Reflection in a Classroom - Wes Freyer said he is looking the for the ultimate device and I don’t think this will every happen. We need to targeted purchase. 3. Differentiation - Video Example 4. RTI 5. Collaboration / Cooperative Learning
  • 1. For the same price as a graphing calculator a school district can buy handheld devices that can be used by students • For Word processing • For Search and retrieval • For ebooks • For testing / quizzing / practicing in all subjects • For Computation • For Data acquisition • For Visually displaying and processing information • For Genuine access to diverse languages and cultures • For ... Fill in the Blank 2. Learning anytime anywhere: Video Example: Mobile Devices for Reflection in a Classroom - Wes Freyer said he is looking the for the ultimate device and I don’t think this will every happen. We need to targeted purchase. 3. Differentiation - Video Example 4. RTI 5. Collaboration / Cooperative Learning
  • Who would you start with? Students, teachers or administrators?
  • Who would you start with? Students, teachers or administrators?
  • Who would you start with? Students, teachers or administrators?
  • Let me tell you a little more about the IEAR initiative.
  • #oetc11 IEAR presentation

    1. 1. I Education Apps Review http://www.iear.org
    2. 2. Jeremy Brueck Co-Director, Akron Ready Steps – University of Akron @brueckj23 http://brueckei.org/
    3. 3. iDevices are nothing more than paperweights with apps if they are implemented without a strong instructional rationale. Who said?
    4. 4. - Jeremy Brueck Who said? iDevices are nothing more than paperweights with apps if they are implemented without a strong instructional rationale.
    5. 5. We want some “iPod Touch” devices!
    6. 6. Does anyone have a “study” that we can refer to on the effectiveness of “educational” apps in the app store?
    7. 8. http://www.canby.k12.or.us / Canby School District http://learninginhand.com/blog/ipod-touch-in-canby-school-district.html
    8. 9. http://www.canby.k12.or.us / Canby School District http://learninginhand.com/blog/ipod-touch-in-canby-school-district.html
    9. 10. Components of the IEAR Community
    10. 13. IEAR Ning
    11. 14. 40 App Reviewers
    12. 15. Over 700 Members
    13. 17. Tips and Tricks Posts
    14. 20. IEAR “Presenters”
    15. 21. Student App Reviewers
    16. 22. Have we learned anything from the IEAR community?
    17. 23. We can control content in many apps.
    18. 26. Math Board Kelly Dumont gives it an A http://www.iear.org/iear/2010/9/4/mathboard.html http://twitter.com/kdumont
    19. 27. http://www.apptivities.org /
    20. 28. The iDevices are not just for consumption .
    21. 29. Art http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5OLP4nbAVA4&feature=player_embedded
    22. 30. Music http://kevinhoneycutt.org /
    23. 33. http://sites.google.com/site/digitalstorytellingwiththeipad/home Apple Distinguished Educators (l to r) Cindy Huson, Karen Bosch, Sherri Clemens, Jerome Burg, Jim Harmon, Paul Devoto
    24. 34. iDough
    25. 35. Why can’t you “program” with these devices?
    26. 36. Robo Logic 2 HD Not True Programming but Logic is involved!
    27. 37. Sam and Louie Two 7th Grade Students 2008 http://www.iear.org/iear/2009/6/29/two-7th-grade-student-app-developers-show-48-and-interview-7.html
    28. 38. http://www.mobilelearninginstitute.org/21stcenturyeducation/films/film-elliot-cathie.html The Math Master
    29. 39. http://www.mobilelearninginstitute.org/21stcenturyeducation/films/film-elliot-cathie.html
    30. 40. February 12, 2011
    31. 41. There is a lot of possibility to combining these devices.
    32. 43. Camera A/B Camera for iPad
    33. 46. http://piratalondon.com/boatrace/
    34. 47. These devices can be controlled effectively.
    35. 51. These devices can access the “Cloud” .
    36. 52. Office² HD
    37. 53. … today we demonstrated new mobile editing capabilities for Google Docs on the Android platform and the iPad . In the next few weeks, co-workers around the world will soon be able to co-edit files simultaneously from an even wider array of devices. - Girouard http://appadvice.com/appnn/2010/09/google-docs-editing-coming-ipad/
    38. 56. ... Printing ...
    39. 57. Is HP Saving the Day?
    40. 58. “ Air Print” Coming Soon? End of 2010 is the Rumor!
    41. 59. Projecting the device ...
    42. 61. ... The Library of Congress Says You Can Jailbreak Your Smartphone ... http://www.iplawalert.com/2010/08/articles/copyright/library-of-congress-says-you-can-jailbreak-your-smartphone/
    43. 62. ... Apple doesn’t ... http://www.iplawalert.com/2010/08/articles/copyright/library-of-congress-says-you-can-jailbreak-your-smartphone/
    44. 63. These devices are getting easier to manage.
    45. 64. Contributed by Patrick Ledesma: http://edtechbytes.com
    46. 65. 1 Computer = 1 Account = No Limit 5 Computers can share 1 Account School’s Original Understanding
    47. 66. 1 Computer = 1 Account = No Limit 5 Computers can share 1 Account School’s Original Understanding
    48. 68. Can you find the “Hole” in this solution?
    49. 69. http://volume.itunes.apple.com/us/store
    50. 73. With EdApp Certified educational apps, any teacher running the LanSchool Lite console (free to K-20 educational organizations) can perform the following features: • Discover and monitor student devices • View the current EdApp and last visited URL • Monitor student progress through an app or see a final score • See student’s requests for help • Monitor battery status of the device With the paid version of LanSchool v7.4, teachers can perform the following additional features: • Assess student understanding with a built in classroom response system • Send students messages
    51. 74. <ul><ul><li>Setup:   http://learninginhand.com/blog/classroom-ipod-touches-ipads-dos-and-donts.html </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Issues to think about:   http://learninginhand.com/blog/ipad-iphone-ipod-touch-issues-for-schools.html </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Volume Purchase Program:  http://learninginhand.com/blog/app-store-volume-pu rchase-program-explained.html </li></ul></ul>Tony Vincent
    52. 75. How can I find the best educational apps when there are so many to choose from?
    53. 77. http://learninginhand.com /
    54. 78. App Advice
    55. 79. Do teachers need traditional laptops or computers or can we provide them with iPads ?
    56. 82. Let’s do some App Reviews !

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