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    • 1. iProducts in the K-8 Classroom Jennifer Gingerich Agenda & Links available at http://tinyurl.com/iproductsworkshop jennifergingerich@mac.com
    • 2. Workshop Description
    • 3. Workshop DescriptionGot iProducts in your classroom? Come experiencehow these tools (ipads and ipods) can be utilizedmost effectively in a classroom setting. Explore waysthat students can go beyond consuming informationand playing games. Experience how to use thesedevices in a collaborative nature with your students.Identify apps and instructional strategies that ensurefor higher levels of Blooms Taxonomy.
    • 4. Objectives
    • 5. Objectives• Think critically about the effective integration of mobile devices into the school setting.
    • 6. Objectives• Think critically about the effective integration of mobile devices into the school setting.• Examine the roles students play as consumers and producers while using mobile devices.
    • 7. Objectives• Think critically about the effective integration of mobile devices into the school setting.• Examine the roles students play as consumers and producers while using mobile devices.• Demonstrate a variety of creative and collaborative uses for mobile devices.
    • 8. Objectives• Think critically about the effective integration of mobile devices into the school setting.• Examine the roles students play as consumers and producers while using mobile devices.• Demonstrate a variety of creative and collaborative uses for mobile devices.• Be able to identify and evaluate apps for possible use as a creativity or collaborative tool.
    • 9. Getting to know you Google Forms tinyurl.com/ ncceiproducts
    • 10. How might you use Google forms in yourclassroom?
    • 11. Talking Sticks
    • 12. Talking SticksWhy use mobile devices in the classroom?
    • 13. Talking SticksWhy use mobile devices in the classroom?How do we know students are engaged inlearning and making meaning of content?
    • 14. Math Lesson - Take 1 • Find an app that matches learning goal • Teacher delivers lesson • Students complete an assignment • When finished students use iProduct to practice independently
    • 15. Math Lesson - Take 2 • Find an app that matches learning goal and use it to deliver lesson, model your thinking • Pairs collaborate on app - driver & navigator • Create a product to demonstrate learning
    • 16. Consumers Collaborators Creators
    • 17. Talking Chips
    • 18. Talking ChipsHow does the learning experience differ as a consumer, collaborator, and a creator?
    • 19. Talking ChipsHow does the learning experience differ as a consumer, collaborator, and a creator? In what ways can you plan for mobile learning experiences that allow students to be consumers, collaborators, and creators?
    • 20. Bloomshttp://tinyurl.com/iproductsJG
    • 21. Reflect & Connect with Edmodo Group code: iqx2v2
    • 22. Be creative...Combine text, photos, drawing, and narration • Language Arts - Write Poetry, Retell Story, Practice Spelling • Social Studies - Use Vocabulary, Create Timeline, Tell the Story • Math - Explain Concepts, Show your work, Solve a Problem • Science -Document an Experiment, Analyze the Results, Explain CyclesMy Published Story
    • 23. Math Lesson • Use drawing tools to show arrays, geometry • Use text to label • Record voice to explain
    • 24. Social Studies Lesson • Find pictures on Safari and save image • Insert into story kit or poplet • Add text and voice to explain your understanding
    • 25. Science Lesson • Take photos of experiments • Take screen shots using power + home buttons • Use text or voice to provide details
    • 26. 4 Ways to get Photos/Images • Take a picture with the built in camera • Upload into iPhoto and sync • Find image on Safari and Save image into camera roll • Take a screen shot by pushing Home and Power buttons at the same time
    • 27. Creation Stations Audio Note Pic Collage Sonic Pics ly n ly On d Oi Pa d i Pa Popplet
    • 28. Share Your CreationsPost to group, attach, or link to, one of your creations.
    • 29. Comparing Apps Unlimited pages, no font choices, draw, type, photo, voice, Storykit upload only with email address One photo, 60 seconds to record, upload to teacher created Fotobabble account 3 photos for 10 minutes with lite version, uploads to teacherSonic pics lite created YouTube account, paid version is $2.99 iPad only, shows screen action while recording, can pause and Show me then keep recording, uploads to teacher created account
    • 30. Finding Apps • Start with the standard • Identify learning goals • Find an app • Check out my list of lists: diigo.com/list/jgingerich/ipad
    • 31. Evaluating Apps • Existing rubric • http://learninginhand.com/blog/ evaluation-rubric-for- educational-apps.html • Revise the rubric • Share with others
    • 32. Using Apps • Best instructional practices • Effective instructional strategies • Gradual release of responsibility... ~ I do, we do, you do • Scaffold use of app • Make it social - collaborate with driver/navigator • Reevaluate app after use with kids • Share your finds and experiences
    • 33. KeyLearning Muddiest Pointhttp://tinyurl.com/iproductsreflect