iPads in the Classroom: Implementation Steps

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Learn how Alsace Learning Academy, an alt. ed. of BCIU (#14), successfully implemented an iPad program and changed classroom instruction. Your iPad implementation will require careful thought and …

Learn how Alsace Learning Academy, an alt. ed. of BCIU (#14), successfully implemented an iPad program and changed classroom instruction. Your iPad implementation will require careful thought and preparation. Topics covered: pedagogical considerations, infrastructure, ed. apps. (purchase, distribution), device and acct. mgmt., PD, and policy management.

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  • The Learning Academy at Alsace has been providing Alternative Education to Berks County for many years. The program has undergone many changes and continued to develop. In July of 2011 a decision was made to change the administration. This change occurred partway through the planning for the iPad project.
  • Grades 6 - 12 ES and AEDY 18 districts, 52% Reading 83% free and reduced lunch
  • Perhaps the most critical, yet overlooked, issue related to a successful iPad deployment is leadership. Schools desiring to implement an iPad 1-to-1 program must consider the personnel available within the organization. It is our experience that launching an iPad program requires a champion with sufficient positional power to command the attention of all constituents within the school community, including the faculty, IT staff, parents, students, and community leaders. Based on our experiences, successful schools will have an administrative leader driving this initiative. The principal must be a champion for technology and have sufficient knowledge to coordinate an internal and external technological vision. Furthermore, iPads change the educational process, requiring significant pedagogical shifts within the classroom. While IT personnel may have the technical knowledge to lead portions of the implementation, it is our experience that they do not have the ability or knowledge to facilitate the necessary pedagogical change in the classroom.
  • Perhaps the most critical, yet overlooked, issue related to a successful iPad deployment is leadership. Schools desiring to implement an iPad 1-to-1 program must consider the personnel available within the organization. It is our experience that launching an iPad program requires a champion with sufficient positional power to command the attention of all constituents within the school community, including the faculty, IT staff, parents, students, and community leaders. Based on our experiences, successful schools will have an administrative leader driving this initiative. The principal must be a champion for technology and have sufficient knowledge to coordinate an internal and external technological vision. Furthermore, iPads change the educational process, requiring significant pedagogical shifts within the classroom. While IT personnel may have the technical knowledge to lead portions of the implementation, it is our experience that they do not have the ability or knowledge to facilitate the necessary pedagogical change in the classroom.
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  • Perhaps the most critical, yet overlooked, issue related to a successful iPad deployment is leadership. Schools desiring to implement an iPad 1-to-1 program must consider the personnel available within the organization. It is our experience that launching an iPad program requires a champion with sufficient positional power to command the attention of all constituents within the school community, including the faculty, IT staff, parents, students, and community leaders. Based on our experiences, successful schools will have an administrative leader driving this initiative. The principal must be a champion for technology and have sufficient knowledge to coordinate an internal and external technological vision. Furthermore, iPads change the educational process, requiring significant pedagogical shifts within the classroom. While IT personnel may have the technical knowledge to lead portions of the implementation, it is our experience that they do not have the ability or knowledge to facilitate the necessary pedagogical change in the classroom.
  • What kinds of learners do you have in your classroom? How can the iPad increase student learning? How do I prepare myself for digital learning?
  • iPad provides access to information and media to supplement instruction. Allows students to create - produce and takes learning outside of the clsassroom
  • Students need to use 21st century skills to prepare for real world experiences.
  • Teachers should be evaluating lesson development to include (Common Core) and engaged instruction for student involvement.
  • Teachers should be evaluating lesson development to include (Common Core) and engaged instruction for student involvement.
  • Encourage teachers to development to include multiple intelligences.
  • Use Webb ’ s Depth of Knowledge to measure rigor
  • APPitic is a directory of apps for education by Apple Distinguished Educators (ADEs) to help you transform teaching and learning. These apps have been tested in a variety of different grade levels, instructional strategies and classroom settings.
  • Students need email accounts
  • Students need email accounts
  • Students need email accounts
  • Students need email accounts
  • Students need email accounts
  • Students need email accounts
  • APPitic is a directory of apps for education by Apple Distinguished Educators (ADEs) to help you transform teaching and learning. These apps have been tested in a variety of different grade levels, instructional strategies and classroom settings.
  • Students need email accounts
  • Web Based Apps
  • Apple Apps
  • Students need email accounts

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  • 1. iPads in the Classroom: Implementation Steps
    • Kathy Evison - Principal, Alsace Learning Academy
    • Jeff Rothenberger - Program Administrator, BCIU
    • Matt Mierzejewski - System Analyst/Developer, BCIU
  • 2. History
    • Program Focus
    • Staffing
    • Leadership
  • 3. Alsace
  • 4. Philosophical Framework
    • Student Engagement
    • Structure
    • PBIS
    • Teaching and Learning
  • 5. Leadership Top Down Model use Pedagogical Changes http://www.coalitionblog.org/2011/10/are-you-a-leader-or-a-steward/
  • 6. Behavior
    • Structural Changes
    • Two Programs
    • SWPBIS
  • 7. Cost
    • Title I Funding for Equipment
    • Staff Professional Development
    http://jimromenesko.com/2011/12/01/newspaper-sale-turns-16-staffers-into-millionaires/dollar-signs/
  • 8. Teacher Readiness
    • Background
    • Initial Teacher Response
    • Summer
  • 9. Security Concerns for Security of Equipment Initial Reaction and Concerns Considerations Reality
  • 10. Internet Filter
    • How Best to Protect Students
    • While Meeting the Guidelines
    • for CIPA
    http://desonsilva.deviantart.com/art/Mascote-da-CIPA-2009-Corneta-123349528
  • 11. Policies MDA Rewards for Reinforcement Expectations of Teachers and Administrators
  • 12. Pedagogy Instructional Changes That Had to Happen Apple ~ CBL ~ iPad Training Many Days of Coaching With Staff & Students On-going PD With Staff http://www.dreamstime.com/royalty-free-stock-images-education-books-pedagogy-image6701889
  • 13. Implementation
    • Organization and Meetings
  • 14. Critical Factors for Success
    • Strong Leadership
    • Strong Instructional Curriculum Delivery
    • Classroom Management
    • Student Support and Clear Expectations
    • Strong Partnerships with IT and PD
    • Clearly Defined Roles
  • 15. Classroom Student Engagement
    • Instructional Design
    • Learning Through Apps
    • Textbook Development
    • Student Perspective
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  • 22. http://www.globallyconnectedlearning.com /
  • 23. Learning Through Apps
  • 24. http://appitic.com /
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  • 29. iBook Author Pages Flexbooks
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  • 31. http://appitic.com /
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  • 36. Keynote Pages Numbers
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  • 40. Student Engagement
  • 41. Mobile Device Management
    • Device Types
    • Google, Apple, and RIM
    • Mobile Browsers
    • Email
    • Authentication / Passwords
    • Mobile Device Wireless Network
  • 42. Mobile Device Management - cont.
    • Policy Settings / Updates
    • Device Tracking
    • Support
    • Management Software
  • 43. Device Types
  • 44. Google, Apple, and RIM
  • 45. Mobile Browsers
    • Mobile Browsers Render Websites Differently
    • May Cause Issues with Web Applications
    • Some Do Not Support Flash
    • Mobile Sites May Have Limited Functionality
    • Apps Can Provide a Good Alternative
  • 46. Email
  • 47. Authentication / Passcodes
    • Most mobile devices do not authenticate with domain at login
    • Administrators may have issues tracking internet filtering
    • Potential issues with shared network resources and websites
  • 48. Mobile Device Wireless Network
    • Internet Filtering Rules
    • Network Access Restrictions
    • Unauthenticated Network Access
  • 49. Policy Settings / Updates
    • Specific Settings
      • Device Passcodes
      • Data Encryption
      • Restrictions
      • Application Compliance
      • Wi-Fi
      • Email
    • Limitations
    • Updates
  • 50. Device Tracking
    • App Required to Return Location on Both Android and iOS
    • Downside: Many Ways to Disable Tracking
  • 51. Management Software
  • 52.
    • Improved Student Learning Through the Pedagogical Changes Brought by the Integration of iPads!
  • 53. Q&A
  • 54.
    • Contact Information:
    • Kathy Evison - [email_address]
    • Jeff Rothenberger - [email_address]