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EdTechTeacher iPad Summit - The Connected Classroom

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  • 1. The Connected Classroom Presented by Karen Lirenman @klirenman ETT iPad Summit, San Diego February 2014 #ettipad https://todaysmeet.com/ ettconnectedclass Photo Credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/ 73645804@N00/440672445/ by woodleywonderworks
  • 2. This year it all started with one little tweet...
  • 3. ...and the world responded. New Zealand England Australia India USA Canada South Africa
  • 4. But the most fascinating tweet of all was... ...from the class with no windows!
  • 5. We use twitter to connect...
  • 6. ... through interactions with authors
  • 7. ... who take the time to connect with us.
  • 8. ... through our own hashtags to... Practice Numeracy #mathstory #2d3dshapes Practice Literacy
  • 9. ... to back channel with other children.
  • 10. When twitter is blocked for others... we connect through Today’s Meet.
  • 11. We connect through our class and student blogs...
  • 12. Blogging in Grade One Video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGVukT_a4_0
  • 13. Through our class blog ... we connect by sharing our learning.
  • 14. Through our class blog ... ... we connect through the comments we receive and reply to.
  • 15. Through our class blog... ... we connect with other children through their class blogs.
  • 16. Through our student blogs... we connect by sharing our learning.
  • 17. Through our student blogs... we connect with other students.
  • 18. Through our student blogs... we happily accept comments from others...
  • 19. ...to connect and extend our learning.
  • 20. Through our student blogs... ...we connect with experts such as authors.
  • 21. We use video conferencing to connect... as a class and one-on-one.
  • 22. Video Conferencing Video http://video.theloop.ca/watch/-/ 2355256542001#.UuiZ3qWtuHI
  • 23. As a class we use video conferencing to connect to ... • practice math • discuss literature • compare communities • share learning • learn from experts • teach others
  • 24. One-on-one we use skype to connect ... ... with others to learn math
  • 25. ... and with others to share reading.
  • 26. We co-create with others to connect.
  • 27. We co-create with classmates to connect over class collaborative projects.
  • 28. We co-create with our grade five big buddies to connect and expand learning.
  • 29. We co-create with our classmates to create and connect with highschool friends.
  • 30. We co-create with our classmates to create and connect with children around the world .
  • 31. We connect through globally organized collaborative projects. • Global Read Aloud • Quad/Primary Blogging • International Dot Day • Projects by Jen • Global Classroom Projects • Kinderchat Projects
  • 32. We connect with our families too!
  • 33. ... through Community Read
  • 34. ... through inviting our families to join our class Skype calls.
  • 35. Would you like to connect with us too? Karen Lirenman @klirenman Skype: klirenman karen.lirenman@gmail.com learningandsharingwithmsl.blogspot.ca handoutsbykaren.wikispaces.com Grade One, Division 19 Woodward Hill Elementary, Surrey, BC @MsLsClass mslirenmansroom.blogspot.ca kidblog.org/mslirenmansclass2013-2014