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These are the slides from the Friday, April 8th presentation "Paradigm Shift in Mobile Learning" from the Mobile Learning Experience 2011 in Phoenix, AZ

These are the slides from the Friday, April 8th presentation "Paradigm Shift in Mobile Learning" from the Mobile Learning Experience 2011 in Phoenix, AZ

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  • iear.org where volunteer teacher/administrator app reviewers ‘grade‘ educational apps \n
  • Community:\nover 900 member\nplace where teachers, administrators, parents and app developers come together.\n\nMention Lan School partnership -- session after this one\n\nNotable members: Tony Vincent, Kathy Burdick, Meg Wilson\n
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  • equity: access to information, Culbreth talked about this and its importance within their program, cost helps make it so\n
  • ipads are new, but there is much anedoctal evidence from teachers about their success. We have more quantifiable data from school using iPod Touches: Culbreth has hard data to show their standardized test scores have improved. Canby shows their success through their test scores and action research projects done by teachers in their classrooms.\n
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  • calculator, apps for practice, music...but engagement, change of attitude\n
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  • Flashcard apps that let teachers/students add content, Kathy Burdick talked about taking Learning AZ content and interacting with it on mobile devices\n
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  • iear.org where volunteer teacher/administrator app reviewers ‘grade‘ educational apps \n
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    • 1. Paradigm Shift in Mobile Learning Judith Epcke Northbrook, ILhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/zbowling/3697507974/ Twitter: IEAR
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    • 5. Shift Happens...• empowered learners• differentiated/personal learning• equity Twitter: IEAR
    • 6. Shift Happens... • empowered learners • differentiated/personal learning • equity...when students are given a mobile device Twitter: IEAR
    • 7. Whatʼs the impact on learning? •Culbreth Middle School •Canby School District Twitter: IEAR
    • 8. http://wiki.canby.k12.or.us/groups/ipodusergroup/blog/ Twitter: IEAR
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    • 10. Student Feedback (video)http://wiki.canby.k12.or.us/groups/ipodusergroup/blog/ Twitter: IEAR
    • 11. Student Feedback (video)http://wiki.canby.k12.or.us/groups/ipodusergroup/blog/ Twitter: IEAR
    • 12. Assistive Technology Daily evidence of success Twitter: IEAR
    • 13. EBook Rating Toolhttp://edreach.us/tag/research/ Jeremy Brueck Twitter: IEAR
    • 14. What has the IEARcommunity taught us? Twitter: IEAR
    • 15. Teachers WantControl over Content Twitter: IEAR
    • 16. Twitter: IEAR
    • 17. Twitter: IEAR
    • 18. Create iBooks!Use Pages to create ePub format books Twitter: IEAR
    • 19. Have the students... Create iBooks!Use Pages to create ePub format books Twitter: IEAR
    • 20. Teachers WantConstructivist Apps Twitter: IEAR
    • 21. Apple Distinguished Educators Cindy Huson, Karen Bosch, Sherri Clemens, Jerome Burg, Jim Harmon, Paul Devotohttp://sites.google.com/site/digitalstorytellingwiththeipad/home Twitter: IEAR
    • 22. List of Constructivist Appshttp://www.iear.org/iear/tag/constructivism Twitter: IEAR
    • 23. Inklinghttp://vimeo.com/14448256 Twitter: IEAR
    • 24. Inklinghttp://vimeo.com/14448256 Twitter: IEAR
    • 25. Teachers WantProgramming Apps Twitter: IEAR
    • 26. Robo Logic 2 HDNot True Programming but Logic is involved! Twitter: IEAR
    • 27. Teachers WantMultiple Device Overlap Twitter: IEAR
    • 28. Twitter: IEAR
    • 29. Splashtop Remote http://youtu.be/ch55-kNkVJg Twitter: IEAR
    • 30. Splashtop Remote http://youtu.be/ch55-kNkVJg Twitter: IEAR
    • 31. Teachers WantSafe and Secure Apps Twitter: IEAR
    • 32. http://www.mobicip.com/ Twitter: IEAR
    • 33. Teachers WantBetter access to “the cloud” Twitter: IEAR
    • 34. Google Apps Integration Google Office2 HD Twitter: IEAR
    • 35. http://www.evernote.com/ Twitter: IEAR
    • 36. http://www.dropbox.com/ Twitter: IEAR
    • 37. Teachers WantClean Management of the Devices! Twitter: IEAR
    • 38. Contributed by Patrick Ledesma: http://edtechbytes.com Twitter: IEAR
    • 39. Contributed by Patrick Ledesma: http://edtechbytes.com Twitter: IEAR
    • 40. Contributed by Patrick Ledesma: http://edtechbytes.com Twitter: IEAR
    • 41. Contributed by Patrick Ledesma: http://edtechbytes.com Twitter: IEAR
    • 42. Contributed by Patrick Ledesma: http://edtechbytes.com Twitter: IEAR
    • 43. Twitter: IEAR
    • 44. Can you find the “Hole” in thissolution? Twitter: IEAR
    • 45. Twitter: IEAR
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    • 47. Canby School Districthttp://wiki.canby.k12.or.us/groups/ipodusergroup/ Twitter: IEAR
    • 48. App Purchases1 Computer = 1 Account = No Limit5 Computers can share 1 Account Twitter: IEAR
    • 49. App Purchases1 Computer = 1 Account = No Limit5 Computers can share 1 Account Twitter: IEAR
    • 50. http://volume.itunes.apple.com/us/store Twitter: IEAR
    • 51. http://iear.wikispaces.com/Volume+Purchase+Program Twitter: IEAR
    • 52. Can I move credit from an existing iTunes Storeaccount to a Volume Purchase Program Facilitatoraccount?No, credit cannot be moved between iTunesStore and Volume Purchase Program accounts. http://volume.itunes.apple.com/us/store Twitter: IEAR
    • 53. Tony Vincent1.Setup: http://learninginhand.com/blog/classroom-ipod-touches- ipads-dos-and-donts.html2.Issues to think about: http://learninginhand.com/blog/ipad-iphone-ipod-touch- issues-for-schools.html3.Volume Purchase Program: http://learninginhand.com/blog/app-store-volume- purchase-program-explained.html Twitter: IEAR
    • 54. Teachers WantHelp finding the best “educational apps” Twitter: IEAR
    • 55. Tony Vincenthttp://learninginhand.com/ Twitter: IEAR
    • 56. App Advice Twitter: IEAR
    • 57. Adam Bellows Twitter: IEAR
    • 58. Adam Bellowshttp://newedutecher.net Twitter: IEAR
    • 59. Meg Wilson - Connecticuthttp://www.ipodsibilities.com Twitter: IEAR
    • 60. http://www.apptivities.org/ Twitter: IEAR
    • 61. http://www.adesontheweb.com/ADEs_on_the_Web/ADE_Hottest_Apps_Blog/ ADE_Hottest_Apps_Blog.html Twitter: IEAR
    • 62. Twitter: IEAR