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iPods in Education
iPods in Education
iPods in Education
iPods in Education
iPods in Education
iPods in Education
iPods in Education
iPods in Education
iPods in Education
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    • 1. iPods – Engaging Your Students to Learn! Presented by Lisa Thumann CMSCE, Rutgers University
    • 2. Educational Uses of the iPod
      • Curriculum content dissemination tool
      • Classroom recording tool
      • Field recording tool
      • Study support tool
      • File storage and transfer
    • 3. Benefits of Using the iPods
      • Portability
      • Student engagement
      • Flexibility in regards to meeting location
      • Supports differentiated instruction
      • Fosters collaboration
    • 4. Healthmont College in Australia
    • 5. Extra Storage http://www.videotutorialoutpost.com/externalharddrive.mov
    • 6. Unitedstreaming streaming.discoveryeducation.com “ Discovery Education streaming is a digital video-on-demand and online teaching service to help improve students' retention and test scores; it is aligned to U.S. state and provincial standards.”
    • 7. Flickr-Storm
      • http://www.zoo-m.com/flickr-storm /
    • 8. Some Suggestions for Uses
      • Record vocabulary words and their definitions
      • Students use voice recorders to give each other feedback on assignments rather than writing notes on paper
      • Record audio or video tutorials from peers or teachers for test or unit reviews
      • Download and view any school-related content
    • 9. Additional Resources
    • 10. Bibliography
      • http://cit.duke.edu/pdf/reports/ipod_initiative_04_05.pdf
      • http://ipod.gcsu.edu/
      • http://www.indiana.edu/~tltl/docs/millard/teachwithipod/
      • http://www.ipodined.org
      • http://teachwithgrace.com/TWG/Home.html

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