Consumers, Collaborators & Creators in a Mobile World

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  • 1. Consumers,Collaborators, & Creators in a Mobile World Jennifer Gingerich Educational Technology Trainer & Coach Providing Dynamic Staff Development jennifergingerich@mac.com Resources and links available at https://sites.google.com/site/edtechsimple
  • 2. Objectives• Think critically about the effective integration of iproducts into the instructional process.• Examine the roles students play as consumers, collaborators and producers while using iproducts.• Demonstrate a variety of creative and collaborative uses for iproducts.• Be able to identify and evaluate apps for possible use as a creativity and/or collaborative tool.
  • 3. Socrative Teacher has account which allows Download them to ask questions, createstudent app or quizzes, or administer an exit ticket go to website: for instant feedback.m.socrative.com Students join teachers class, when Join my class enabled by teacher, to take quiz,when prompted answer questions, or complete an 7396 exit ticket.
  • 4. Think Pair Share How can I ensure that students areengaged in learning and understanding content when using mobile devices? How do I effectively integrate these devices into the entire instructionalprocess to support the curriculum and standards?
  • 5. Use this app
  • 6. Math Lesson - Take 1 • Teacher finds an app that matches the learning goal • Teacher delivers lesson • Students complete an assignment • When finished students use iProduct to practice independently
  • 7. Math Lesson - Take 2 • Find an app that matches learning goal and use it to deliver lesson and model your thinking • Collaborate on app using driver/navigator or tapper/ talker strategy • Create a product (camera) to demonstrate learning • Take a quiz (socrative) to assess understanding of content.
  • 8. Consumers Collaborators Creators
  • 9. Blooms
  • 10. Socrative Teacher has account which allows Download them to ask questions, createstudent app or quizzes, or administer an exit ticket go to website: for instant feedback.m.socrative.com Students join teachers class, when Join my class enabled by teacher, to take quiz,when prompted answer questions, or complete an 7396 exit ticket.
  • 11. Talking Sticks How does the learning experience differ as a consumer, collaborator, and a creator? In what ways can you plan for mobile learningexperiences that allow students to be consumers, collaborators, and creators?
  • 12. Paper Slide VideosAssign concept toexplainStudents write scriptCreate paper slidesPRACTICE!Take VideoCollect, share,use toreview http://bit.ly/nJpcQ4
  • 13. Finding Apps • Start with your standard or learning goals • Many ways to find an app - itunes store • Check out my list of lists: http:// tinyurl.com/iproductsJG • Identify 3-10 apps, combination of content based and creation apps
  • 14. Using Apps • Best instructional practices • Gradual release of responsibility... I do, We do,You do • Integrate throughout lesson • Utilize Driver/Navigator roles • Scaffold use of app • Repeat use of app • Reevaluate app after using with students • Share your finds and experiences
  • 15. Meeting Modalities How can we provide for a variety of learning styles with ipads?
  • 16. Use this simple appin any subject area
  • 17. Be creative... Combine text, photos, drawing, and narration • Language  Arts  -­‐  Write  Poetry,   Retell  Story,  Prac8ce  Spelling • Social  Studies  -­‐  Use  Vocabulary,   Create  Timeline,  Tell  the  Story • Math  -­‐  Explain  Concepts,  Show   your  work,  Solve  a  ProblemMy Published Story • Science  -­‐Document  an  Experiment,   Analyze  the  Results,  Explain  Cycles
  • 18. Language Arts Lesson • Create a simple story, poem, vocabulary card, book report, grammar examples • Focus on literary device • Use preloaded photos as writing prompts • Record voice to to tell story or poem You Tube Example
  • 19. Math Lesson • Use drawing tools to show arrays, geometry • Take picture of math manipulatives • Use text to label • Record voice to explain
  • 20. Social Studies Lesson • Find pictures on Safari and save image • Use draw tools to show connections • Add text and voice to explain your understanding
  • 21. Science Lesson • Take photos of experiments • Take screen shots using power + home buttons • Use text or voice to provide details
  • 22. 5 Ways iProductto get Photos/Images on your 1. Take a picture with the built in camera 2. Upload into iPhoto and sync 3. Find image on Safari. Press and hold to save image into camera roll 4. Take a screen shot by pushing Home and Power buttons at the same time 5. Navigate to an online collection of photos (flickr, picassa, pics4learning, etc..)
  • 23. Try these Apps for Creating free, simple, and cross curricular Haiku Deck Create a Pic Collage Create a stunning Create a book with presentation poster text, voice, with text with text, pics, and and built in pics, and drawing image stickers *iPad only searchPopplet Edmodo Create a *iPad only Create a Create a graphic movie of space for organizer your screen class with text, with discussion, pics, and voiceover, assignments, drawing Educreations text, pics, and quizzes and drawing more
  • 24. Creation Stations• Travel in pairs or individually• Scan the QR code to bring up the direction sheet and read through to get an understanding of the app.• Download the suggested app• Follow directions/suggestions to go through app and create a sample curricular product• Post a description and sample on our Padlet Wall by taking a screen shot.
  • 25. Share Your CreationsTake a screen shot and upload to a new note on our wall. Describe your creation.
  • 26. Evaluating Apps • Existing rubric available at: http://learninginhand.com/blog/ evaluation-rubric-for- educational-apps.html • Revise the rubric • A list of App should and should not • Share with parents
  • 27. Reflect & Connect With Answer Garden
  • 28. Reflect & Connect with Google Forms