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  • 1. Chris CasalTechnology Coordinator/TeacherP. S. 10 Brooklyn (15K010)ccasal@ps10.orgTwitter: @mr_casaliPad Implementation: OneSchool’s StorySimple K12.com webinar - 4/29/13
  • 2. P. S. 10 - an overviewNew York City Department of Education public schoolPark Slope vicinity, Brooklyn~950 studentsPre K- 5th grade40 classroom teachers, 7 clusters, 10 Related Services(OT/PT/SETTS/Speech) 2 coaches, 2 administratorshttp://ps10ipads.wikispaces.com
  • 3. P. S. 10 iPadsInitiative spearheaded by Principal Laura Scott & TechnologyTeacher/Coordinator Chris CasalAll k-5 classroom teachers invited38 teachers accepted, 2 declined2 Pre-K & 1 long-term sub not currently eligible2 Science teachers involvedeach has “teacher” iPad plus shared 20 iPad cart for studentuseAssistant Principal, Literacy Coach, Math Coach & RelatedServices also involved
  • 4. Teacher iPadsTeachers who accept the iPad agree to:attend 4 hours of introductory PD, non-paidsync only to DOE classroom computer or iCloudcreate iTunes/iCloud account using DOE emailuse personal credit card99% of apps used are freepaid apps are paid for by teachers, noreimbursement
  • 5. Mobile Cart20 iPads1 MacBookiTunes account tied to official school email accountiTunes account tied to Principal’s DOE issued “P-Card”each iPad numberedlabeled externally & “Home” & “Lock” screen imagesGreat “how to” http://learninginhand.com/blog/classroom-ipod-touches-ipads-dos-and-donts.htmlConfigurator - Apple’s own tool for wireless mass configuration of iOSdevices
  • 6. Professional DevelopmentIntroduction/issued iPad - 4 hours - mandatory2x 2 hour sessionssetup, syncing, email, basic appsWorkshop series - 10 hours - optional5x 2 hour sessionseach session devoted to specific apps or tasksContinual/ongoing supportps10iPads.wikispaces.com
  • 7. P. S. 10 looking forward...Ongoing professional developmentLoaner iPad 1 devices - managed via ConfiguratorIn process:iPad 2 upgrade for all staffnot “new” - 16 GB iPad 2 @ $399 is a no brainer for us - “new” iPad doesn’toffer enough to disregard savingsexisting iPad 1s recycled to Kindergarten2 iPads per class for student useManagment flexibility - via Configurator or teacher controlledApplied for TeachingMatters.org Elizabeth Rohatyn Prize for School Innovationgrant, NYC Reso-A grants...
  • 8. The process...Who, What, When, Where, Why, How...(...and not necessarily in that order...)
  • 9. Why do you want iPads?Truly ask yourself that question.... why?To keep up with the trend?To invest in current technology?Because they’re cool?Because someone told you to?Answer that question and it’ll be easier to answer the...
  • 10. What will you use them for?This will help you align and clarify your goalteacher use?student use?both teacher and student?What are the tasks the iPads will undertake?What do you hope to achieve with the iPads?
  • 11. When...?
  • 12. When to begin, assess,evaluate, reflect...?What is your timeline?In a week we will...In a month we will be...By the end of the year we will be...Next year we will start off...A timeline isn’t just for starting & stopping but shouldinclude ongoing benchmarks to judge progress,success & next steps...
  • 13. Who is involved?Lock down all the players...Who is the point person for the initiative?Who orders, inventories, issues, etc...?Who provides training?Who are the users?Who approves the purchases, designs the curriculum,issues the devices to users, provides training, providestech support, uses them daily... might be many, might beone. Name names...
  • 14. Where...?
  • 15. Where is this happening?Identify necessary facilities...Secure storageLocation to accept, prep, inventory & issueProfessional development site (real or virtual)Use - library, lab, classrooms, carts...Where isn’t just about where they’ll be used, it’s aboutwhere they’ll be stored when not in use, where staff willmeet for PD, where tech support & updates will occur...
  • 16. How...?
  • 17. How...? The greatest of allHow will this happen?Start-up funds - $$$On-going funding - $$$Organizing purchase, delivery, issuing, PD, etcStaff buy-in: excited for use, excited for toy, annoyedat “additional responsibility”...?You have figured the easy parts, now, how will you makeit happen? How will you bring your plan to reality?
  • 18. Our answers...Why - mobility, access, paper workWhat - conferring & assessing, collaboration, communicationWhen - 9/10 test a few, 1/11 20 iPads to gr. 3-5, 6/11 all classroomteachers, 11/11 clusters (Art, Music), 5/12 related service providersWho - tech, admin, classroom teachers, coaches (Lit & Math), Sciencestudents, clusters...Where - computer lab for prep & PD, classroom teachers, cart forScience studentsHow - NYSTL, Reso-A, any available funds (enthusiasticadministration), build interest & excitement for staff buy-in throughmethodical & effective roll out and professional development
  • 19. PS 10 iPads, virtually speaking...http://ps10ipads.wikispaces.com
  • 20. Implementing your iPads...Be smart, plan well, train effectively, support continually,and always spend wisely....(...and pretty much in that order...)
  • 21. To steal a “take-away” ortwo...“You don’t buy a drill for the drill. You buy a drill for thehole it makes. Don’t buy an iPad for the iPad, buy aniPad for the opportunity it creates”Mary Beth Banios, Assistant Superintendent of Shrewsbury, MA schools during the EdTech Teacher iPad Summit, Atlanta, GA, April 2013“If you can do it without an iPad, then why are youusing an iPad?”@mrskatymiller via @gregkulowiec #ettipad
  • 22. ContactChristopher M. CasalTechnology Teacher/CoordinatorP. S. 10 (15K010)Email: ccasal@ps10.orgTwitter: @mr_casalDiigo: mrcasalps10ipads.wikispaces.comwww.mrcasal.com