iPads - You're Never too Young

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Ways iPads can be used in the early years.

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iPads - You're Never too Young

  1. 1. iPads: You’re Never Too Young Using iPads to Transform Learning in the Early Years Presented by: Karen Lirenman karen.lirenman@gmail.com @klirenman
  2. 2. Young learners are cute. But they are far more than just cute.
  3. 3. + Young learners =
  4. 4. + Young learners = iPads
  5. 5. + Young learners = iPads Transformational Learning
  6. 6. What does good teaching in the early years look like with iPads?
  7. 7. What does good teaching in the early years look like with iPads?
  8. 8. What does good teaching in the early years look like with iPads?
  9. 9. What does good teaching in the early years look like with iPads? Is it really even about iPads?
  10. 10. iPads CAN and SHOULD play a role with young learners.
  11. 11. What Can iPads Promote?
  12. 12. What Can iPads Promote? •Creation vs Consumption
  13. 13. What Can iPads Promote? •Creation vs Consumption •Increased Learner Engagement
  14. 14. What Can iPads Promote? •Creation vs Consumption •Increased Learner Engagement •Opportunities for Differentiated Learning
  15. 15. What Can iPads Promote? •Creation vs Consumption •Increased Learner Engagement •Opportunities for Differentiated Learning •Opportunities for Personalized Learning
  16. 16. What Can iPads Promote? •Creation vs Consumption •Increased Learner Engagement •Opportunities for Differentiated Learning •Opportunities for Personalized Learning •Increased Collaboration
  17. 17. What Can iPads Promote? •Creation vs Consumption •Increased Learner Engagement •Opportunities for Differentiated Learning •Opportunities for Personalized Learning •Increased Collaboration But iPads DO NOT Replace Good Teaching!
  18. 18. Consumption vs Creation Apps
  19. 19. Bloom’s Taxonomy
  20. 20. Bloom’s Taxonomy Consumption apps promote ...
  21. 21. Bloom’s Taxonomy Consumption apps promote ... knowledge
  22. 22. Bloom’s Taxonomy Consumption apps promote ... knowledge Creation apps promote...
  23. 23. Bloom’s Taxonomy Consumption apps promote ... knowledge Creation apps promote... knowledge analysis comprehension synthesis application evaluation
  24. 24. The SAMR Model
  25. 25. How Do I Choose Apps for Young Learners?
  26. 26. How Do I Choose Apps for Young Learners? 1. Consumption vs Creation
  27. 27. How Do I Choose Apps for Young Learners? 1. Consumption vs Creation 2. Is it simple enough for young learners?
  28. 28. How Do I Choose Apps for Young Learners? 1. Consumption vs Creation 2. Is it simple enough for young learners? 3. Where does it save and share to?
  29. 29. How Do I Choose Apps for Young Learners? 1. 2. 3. 4. Consumption vs Creation Is it simple enough for young learners? Where does it save and share to? How much space does it take up?
  30. 30. How Do I Choose Apps for Young Learners? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Consumption vs Creation Is it simple enough for young learners? Where does it save and share to? How much space does it take up? How much does it cost?
  31. 31. iPads allow young learners to learn in ways that work best for them.
  32. 32. While learning about 2d shapes and 3d solids some learners...
  33. 33. While learning about 2d shapes and 3d solids some learners... ... video conferenced with a student in Iowa
  34. 34. While learning about 2d shapes and 3d solids some learners... ... video conferenced with a student in Iowa ... tweeted shape/solid clues to twitter #2d3dshapes
  35. 35. While other learners...
  36. 36. While other learners... ... created a castle and labeled it with skitch.
  37. 37. While other learners... ... created a castle and labeled it with skitch. ... used the iPad camera and PicCollage app to create a digital poster
  38. 38. And others still created their own movies with an iPad camera, Skitch, Draw and Tell, and iMovie .
  39. 39. An independently created iMovie documenting 3d solids knowledge.
  40. 40. iPads allow young learners to make choices about how they learn to read, write, and understand math concepts.
  41. 41. Technology’s Impact on Student Reading (From the Student’s Point of View)
  42. 42. In all cases young learners are capable of making decisions on how they best learn a new concept. iPads allow them to be empowered, engaged learners.
  43. 43. iPad apps make it easy for young learners to make their thinking visible.
  44. 44. Presentation apps provide choice for young learners to show their knowledge. Pic Collage Popplet lite Skitch
  45. 45. Pic Collage
  46. 46. Pic Collage
  47. 47. Pic Collage
  48. 48. Popplet (lite)
  49. 49. Popplet lite
  50. 50. Popplet lite
  51. 51. Skitch
  52. 52. Skitch
  53. 53. Skitch
  54. 54. How do you or would you use presentation apps in your classroom?
  55. 55. Screen casting apps allow young learners to create their own content. Educreations Show Me Draw and Tell Explain Everything
  56. 56. Educreations
  57. 57. Educreations
  58. 58. Show Me
  59. 59. Draw and Tell
  60. 60. Draw and Tell
  61. 61. Draw and Tell
  62. 62. Draw and Tell
  63. 63. Explain Everything
  64. 64. How do you or would you use screen casting apps in your classroom?
  65. 65. Voice recording apps allow young learners to talk about their work and self assess.
  66. 66. Tellagami
  67. 67. Voice Record Pro
  68. 68. Croak.it
  69. 69. How do you or would you use voice recording apps in your classroom?
  70. 70. Story Telling Apps
  71. 71. Story Telling Apps Book Creator
  72. 72. Story Telling Apps Book Creator My Story
  73. 73. How do you or would you use story telling apps in your classroom?
  74. 74. When you allow young students to have CHOICE with their learning, and provide them with iPads ANYTHING is possible! Ownership of Learning = Engaged Learner
  75. 75. A student’s perspective on the impact of using technology for learning.
  76. 76. Young learners can use iPads to co-create ...
  77. 77. ... with classmates
  78. 78. Animal Research in Grade One
  79. 79. ... big buddies
  80. 80. ... high school students
  81. 81. ... and with the world. Good News Bad News
  82. 82. Good News Bad News
  83. 83. The Very Hungry Student
  84. 84. How do you or could you see collaborating with your class?
  85. 85. So while young learners are indeed cute, they are far more than just cute. They are mini super heroes who can use iPads to transform their world.
  86. 86. Contact Information 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

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