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  • Mobile Technology, Mobile Learning

    1. 1. MOBILE TECHNOLOGIES,MOBILE LEARNING
    2. 2. Overview
    3. 3. Overview
    4. 4. Overview• Wireless network
    5. 5. Overview• Wireless network• Apps
    6. 6. Overview• Wireless network• Apps• Camera
    7. 7. Overview• Wireless network• Apps• Camera• Portability
    8. 8. Learning Tool
    9. 9. Learning Tool Educational Apps- 24,526 and counting...
    10. 10. Learning Tool Educational Apps- 24,526 and counting... Differentiates for learning style/ ability
    11. 11. Learning Tool Educational Apps- 24,526 and counting... Differentiates for learning style/ ability eBooks/podcasts/audiobooks
    12. 12. Learning Tool Educational Apps- 24,526 and counting... Differentiates for learning style/ ability eBooks/podcasts/audiobooks Collaborative
    13. 13. Learning Tool Educational Apps- 24,526 and counting... Differentiates for learning style/ ability eBooks/podcasts/audiobooks Collaborative “Just-in-time learning”
    14. 14. Learning Tool Educational Apps- 24,526 and counting... Differentiates for learning style/ ability eBooks/podcasts/audiobooks Collaborative “Just-in-time learning” Highly motivating/engaging
    15. 15. iPod Touch Pilot Program
    16. 16. iPod Touch Pilot ProgramPurchased 20 ipod touches + synching station in October 2010
    17. 17. iPod Touch Pilot ProgramPurchased 20 ipod touches + synching station in October 2010Create a 1:1 environment
    18. 18. iPod Touch Pilot ProgramPurchased 20 ipod touches + synching station in October 2010Create a 1:1 environmentGoals: Try an emerging technology and measure effect onliteracy and math skills.
    19. 19. iPod Touch Pilot ProgramPurchased 20 ipod touches + synching station in October 2010Create a 1:1 environmentGoals: Try an emerging technology and measure effect onliteracy and math skills.Maintaing a blog to reflect on learning
    20. 20. iPod Touch Pilot ProgramPurchased 20 ipod touches + synching station in October 2010Create a 1:1 environmentGoals: Try an emerging technology and measure effect onliteracy and math skills.Maintaing a blog to reflect on learningpre/post surveys and running records
    21. 21. ChallengesTime!Learning curveCost?Training
    22. 22. Literacy and iPod Touch Reading and Writing Word Study/Spelling Storykit Stanza WordBook WordWebAudiobooks Storymouse iThoughts Evernote Storyrobe Audioboo
    23. 23. Math and iPodTouchMath Drills Math Bingo Easy ChartCoins Genius
    24. 24. Science and Social Studies iMovie Planets World WikiLondon Zoo
    25. 25. Audioboo-Collaborative Story Building Get a student to record the first line of a story, pass it on to the next student. Listen to it and add to it continuing the story is complete.
    26. 26. Mapping and DirectionsUsing the app, “Maps”, students can measure distances from nearby locations. You could have students learn geometry concepts for real locations. Adapt maps from here http://edte.ch/blog/maths- maps
    27. 27. Collaboration-Bump!Children can work collaboratively on, say, a research task and passimages to each other with the free Bump app.Images can be gathered from the web, annotated with one of themany comic apps (eg Comic Twist or Strip designer) and collectedvia bump on on touch. The images could then be strung togetherwith a slideshow app (Sonic Pics) adding audio.
    28. 28. Assessment with online polls- eClicker Using eClicker, you can create polls/quizes to see if students have learned content. All students can connect at the same time. Or have students create their own polls!
    29. 29. Foreign LanguagesWorking with a partner, create somethingthat the other person needs to describe:Create an alien with Martian App and describe the creatureDress up a character with DressUpLite (or other clothing app) and describe clothingCustomize the face with PicBook and have students describe facial features and emotionsDraw with DoodleBuddy (or any other drawing app) and describe what is happening using verbs and adjectives
    30. 30. ESL/Learning Support ActivityUsing the apps Etch a Sketch Lite or some CC pictures from Safari. Find picturesrelating to a set topic. Save these pictures to your camera roll. (4 pictures is ideal).Go to "Strip Design". Select how manyframes you would like. Add the picturesto your frames. (Put a border to make itstand out). Add text boxes/speechbubbles to each of your picture frames.Save the picture via email or as a screen-shot. This will save it in your Photos App. They then can be used as flashcards forlearning new skills, languages or to help students with ESL.
    31. 31. Communication Skills-Skype Latest version of skype, coupled with latest iPod touch gives you the ability to move around a wireless-enabled school video-conferencing / broadcasting back to another skype account being used in the classroom on the projector. So many possibilities are opened up. 1. Student reporters going around an activity or sports day with live link up back to the studio 2. Treasure hunt, with classroom doing the problem solving whilst Anneka Rice volunteers go round the school folllowing the instructions of their classmates. 3. School council can be video streamed straight into the dining room. 4. (Skype even streams video via the 3g network so iPhone/MiFi enabled groups could even report back from field trips...)
    32. 32. Science-Weather I have a set of ipod touches in my classroom. Last year my first graders used the weather app to learn about line graphs. We kept track of the weather in the locations of our pen pals in Zambia, Lebanon, New Hampshire (US), and our own in Colorado (US). They not only learned to graph, they learned about the difference between Celsius and Fahrenheit as well as the different seasons in the northern and southern hemispheres. At the same time, we referred to the time using the clock each day as well. It showed not only the time difference, but also clearly showed the young learners when it was day here, but night somewhere around the globe. Simple lessons without purchasing any apps!
    33. 33. Questions?
    34. 34. Hands-on TimeGet an ipod touch and try out someof the apps are on it. Discuss ideas on you could use these in the classroom with a partner.

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