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These are slides from my presentation at Warren ISD on August19 ,2013 …

These are slides from my presentation at Warren ISD on August19 ,2013

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  • Thank you all for coming Introduction - Quick survey - who’s in the room? Teachers? Admin? Tech people? Librarians? Other? I have something for all of you in this presentation, b/c it takes you all to make this work right.
  • Make a Thinglink of this page hyperlink
  • Thank you all for coming Introduction - Quick survey - who’s in the room? Teachers? Admin? Tech people? Librarians? Other? I have something for all of you in this presentation, b/c it takes you all to make this work right.
  • A little bit about me. I think about what school will be like for them. I mean. High School in 10 years? Surely not a lot can change between now and then.
  • Change happens quickly
  • Eanes located
  • Some demographics
  • LEAP - We love acronyms in Education
  • Take you through the timeline quickly - It’s not about the technology, but it’s amazing what a driver of change it can become
  • Mention - they were curious about textbooks, email, internet, notes, etc - Important for later
  • Had teachers apply to be in a 1:1 class, Juniors senior level teachers won out.
  • Ryan/Me - Distribution Day
  • DOn’t make the same mistake, get it in the hands of teachers early
  • Got approval to expand to the rest of HS this year, and the 8th grade We learned from previous mistakes, but we made some new ones :)
  • A little later we added 2 grades at every elementary
  • All of this to really say, without some level of access, the growth and change we want to make in teaching and learning would be more difficult. the new learning standards don’t say, have everykid bring a device or have access to one, but when you really start to look at how kids are learning and where they are heading in society, you quickly really, that kind of access at our schools and in our districts should be priority number 1. Because it’s really about....(how kids learn)
  • Thank you all for coming Introduction - Quick survey - who’s in the room? Teachers? Admin? Tech people? Librarians? Other? I have something for all of you in this presentation, b/c it takes you all to make this work right.
  • Number one. This is the most important and most obvious, but also hardest to do.
  • Parents Teachers Librarians Administrators Custodians Principals Legal Accessories Business Office HR School Board Tech Department
  • Started as a way to give parents ideas and a way to share concerns. Some did so publicly porn story distraction for boys (guided access) Girls more social use (8th grade story)
  • One thing I’ll mention is we experienced this dip once again. This is from Fullan. Now on our second round of this, we’ve learned that distraction reigns supreme during the first month or so. Goal is to reduce that dip length and depth which will happen with more student, teacher and community training as well as some of the novelty wearing off. Lastly
  • Started as a way to give parents ideas and a way to share concerns. Some did so publicly porn story distraction for boys (guided access) Girls more social use (8th grade story)
  • Classroom workflow CRCD Model - Let’s model this today
  • Collect these three images and save them in your camera roll Show how to crop a screen shot.
  • This one was hard for me. I’m always hearing stories at the beginning about how teachers aren’t using the technology, or barely using it. Be patient. it takes time, and there is research to prove it.
  • The other side of this besides the new learning standards is as we were doing 1:1 and researching, I kept coming back to this guy. Dr. SAMR I call him. His model...
  • These top two really tie in to the New Learning standards of the Visioning document. The shift from teacher led, to student driven starts to happen here.
  • Talk about those early teachers exploring the iPads. How they were interested in subsitituion tools primarily.
  • explain everything iMovie - taking the camera and creating
  • Voicethread - Vietnam project iBooks - Bats with 3rd grade YouTube - the ultimate publishing platform - ask The gangnam style guy
  • Watch and comment on my board. Create your own. Comment. Thumbs up other comments.
  • Here’s another one for you tech people in the room, but also for teachers.
  • You ever feel like this?
  • Add in the iMouth app Thought about ending this with some sort of ron burgendy quote, but I’ll just stick with Stay classy donut
  • iPad Policies Oath
  • iPad Policies Oath
  • Too Noisy App, Nearpod, ClassDojo
  • Go to move for most apps. However, there are others
  • The camera roll is like your file folder
  • Create a Gami -
  • eductational use vs distraction/games is correlarry
  • Disclaimer - No Eanes iPads were hurt during this film
  • Remember this? It happens for kids too.
  • The learning objectives are the goal - Don’t make it about the apps. Kids don’t have that fear.
  • Needless to say we’ve made many mistakes. Anyone notice a mistake on this slide? You get two years to make mistakes and take risks. Year one - your new at it Year two - We just started this last year! Yes. When embarking on this, its easy to feel like Adam Sandler in this scene
  • “ may god have mercy on your sould”
  • Look for volunteers
  • listly list
  • Play is not a word we would use to describe what we are doing. Explore, Evaluate, analyze, create. Those higher order thinking skills, top level stuff. By comparison’s sake, state tests like TAKS and STAAR only apply to lower order skills like remembering/understanding
  • Joint project
  • Focus on the goal, vision, not the device. The why vs. the what.
  • HIghly successful 2 days now Great Keynote that I might tell youif you really nice and listen to the very end. Someone remembers to ask me on my last slide and I’ll let youknow who. Registration starts next week The difference in presentations proposed is from Sub/Aug to more Mod and Redef
  • One campuses way of doing this - You have to be willing to share and donate your ideas. THats’ where growth happens.
  • Create a Thinglink
  • Focus on the goal, vision, not the device. The why vs. the what.
  • Middle School
  • Expository writing + Aurasma
  • Lord of the rings and rosa parks? 4th grade class.
  • Little more indepth (wanted students but here you go)
  • 2 kids, Aleethia and London, new to the school, wrote a poem about bullying Aleethia’s uncle in Kelly Clarkson’s band They recorded a song instead of turning in the poem I got recruited to shoot the video and was blown away by the song
  • I let the kids choose what they wanted to do, I was going for single shot, and the kids planed out little vignettes. Problem was, I was way to bouncy. I needed help.
  • youtube - lend a hand eanes
  • Got on the news, kids get interviewed and actually go to all the elemetnary schools now as 6th graders to tell their story. We’ve adopted it as a mantra.
  • my daugther yesterday - amazing how an idea of one project, can turn into a mantra
  • Chris Lehmann says--technology should be like oxygen: invisible, ubiquitous and necessary.
  • CHoose just one thing.
  • write down 3 things
  • Easy to stay the same...It’s harder when you try to make this work.
  • Thank YOu!
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    • 1. Top 10 Things NOT to do in a 1:1 iPad Classroom 1:1 iPad Classroom Carl Hooker @mrhooker Director of Instructional Technology Eanes ISD
    • 2. Apps needed Today Google Earth Ask3 Tellagami Thinglink
    • 3. Top 10 Things NOT to do in a 1:1 iPad Classroom 1:1 iPad Classroom Carl Hooker @mrhooker Director of Instructional Technology Eanes ISD
    • 4. Todaysmeet.com/Warren
    • 5. Blockbuster Video Clip http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3TrPwOrf4sM
    • 6. Todaysmeet.com/Warren What are some things kids born this decade will never experience?
    • 7. Eanes ISD Austin, TX
    • 8. Demographics: 7800 Students 2700 High School Students 1000 Staff (650 Teachers) 1 High School 2 Middle Schools 6 Elementary Schools
    • 9. L earning throughEngaging and Access Personalization E A P and
    • 10. TimeLine Fall 2010 Small Pilot 6 iPads
    • 11. Teacher Leaders & Special Education 70 iPads Spring 2011 TimeLine
    • 12. WIFI Pilot At Westlake 1800 iPads Fall 2011 TimeLine
    • 13. QuickTime™ and a H.264 decompressor are needed to see this picture.
    • 14. All K-12 Staff Added 2400 iPads Spring 2012 TimeLine
    • 15. All WHS & 8th Grade Students 3900 iPads Fall 2012 TimeLine
    • 16. 1:1 elem grade levels & Shared 5400 iPads Fall 2012 continued TimeLine
    • 17. 1:1 All Students & Staff 8400 iPads Spring 2013 TimeLine
    • 18. Top 10 Things NOT to do in a 1:1 iPad Classroom 1:1 iPad Classroom
    • 19. 1. Do NOT forget to communicate with EVERYONE all the time Courtesy Paulo Signorini
    • 20. Communication ParentsParents TeachersTeachers AdminAdmin HRHR LibrariansLibrarians BoardBoard TechTech DeptDept StudentStudent ss RUGRUG LegalLegal ParentsParents TeachersTeachers AdminAdmin HRHR LibrariansLibrarians BoardBoard TechTech DeptDept StudentStudent ss RUGRUG LegalLegal
    • 21. digital Parent night
    • 22. Implementation Dip
    • 23. digital Parent night
    • 24. Donate Create Relate Collect
    • 25. Collect Virtual Vacation Challenge 1. Collect three images of a place with a structure 2. Get a picture from the web 3. Get a picture from Google Earth Street view 4. Get a 3d picture from Map App
    • 26. 2. Do NOT expect teaching and learning to change overnight http://richtaveras.com/2012/07/17/time/
    • 27. Dr.“SAMR” http://www.hippasus.com/rrpweblog/
    • 28. Substitution Augmentation Modification Redefinition Source: SAMR Model -http://www.hippasus.com/rrpweblog/archives/2012/01/19/SAMR_GuidingDevelopment.pdf “SAMR” Model
    • 29. Technology as a direct substitution for an existing tool No functional change Substitution
    • 30. Technology as a substitute but with some functional improvement Technology used as an advantage for learning Augmentation
    • 31. Modification Technology allows for significant task redesign and collaboration Becoming more student-driven
    • 32. Redefinition Technology allows for the creation of new tasks, previously inconceivable Student-led Learning and publishing through voice & choice
    • 33. Relate Ask3 Challenge 1. Launch the Ask3 App 2. Join as a Student and “Sign UP” 3. Join the Warren ISD class 4. Create a board 5. Comment or reply to someone else Class Code: 54331
    • 34. 3. Do NOT try and control everything about the iPad
    • 35. Chevy Chase in the Hoover Dam Clip http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SnmX4f6VBRw
    • 36. 10 minutes after I announced to the district that YouTube SafeSearch would now be opened for students...
    • 37. http://goo.gl/QGhGWi
    • 38. http://goo.gl/QGhGWi
    • 39. 4. Do NOT expect email to be the answer for workflow & communication http://i-cdn.apartmenttherapy.com/uimages/unplggd/082310_rg_InboxZero_04.jpg
    • 40. Email Out http://www.cni.us.com/newsroom/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/email-integration-2.jpg
    • 41. Camera Roll
    • 42. Create Tellagami Challenge 1. Create a Gami 2. Choose a Character (hair, clothes, emotion) 3. Use one of your travel photo as a background. 4. Type or record a story about the location 5. “Share” to Camera Roll when finished
    • 43. 5. Do NOT assume that students know how to use them
    • 44. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TTC422UV6oI Middle School iPad Orientation
    • 45. Implementation Dip
    • 46. 6. Do NOT be afraid to take risks.
    • 47. We’ve Made some Mistakes along the the way
    • 48. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wKjxFJfcrcA Adam Sandler Clip from Billy Madison
    • 49. Pecha Kucha Style Slides and Time can be changed Pictures are RANDOM http://pechaflickr.cogdogblog.com/
    • 50. 7. Do NOT start out with only consumptive apps http://tweakyourbiz.com/technology/files/Native-Hybrid-Mobile-Enabled-And-Facebook.-So-Many-Types-Of-Apps-But-What-Are-They1.jpg
    • 51. http://eaneisd.net/leap/apps
    • 52. Source: http://langwitches.org/blog/2012/03/31/ipad-apps-and-blooms-taxonomy/
    • 53. QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. http://tfiskeblog.blogspot.com/2013/04/childrens-book-student-reflection-8th.html
    • 54. What are some of your favorite Apps? todaysmeet.com/warren
    • 55. 8. Do Not forget to Allow time for reflection and sharing
    • 56. Time To collaborate -Appy Hours -Lunch n’ Learns -iTunesU -iPadpalooza
    • 57. iReflect
    • 58. Donate ThingLink Challenge1. Create a Thinglink account or sign in with Facebook or Twitter 2. Choose a different background photo from your Gami 3. Add Video and Text hotspots 4. Title your Thinglink and “Post” 5. Open your Saved Thinglink, copy the link and paste in Todaysmeet.com/warren
    • 59. MathyCathy http://www.thinglink.com/scene/385123329398276097
    • 60. 9. Do NOT get in the way of kids learning
    • 61. QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. Student App Reviews
    • 62. Student app Reviews http://www.bobcatblog.com/1/post/2013/02/walkabout.html
    • 63. 4th Grade living Wax Museum
    • 64. Lincoln Debate on Padlet
    • 65. Life of an Eanes Pioneer (iBook)
    • 66. What do the students say?
    • 67. QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture.
    • 68. Student Voice & Choice Choice
    • 69. First Try First Draft
    • 70. Final product http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ylk9UsYHgcA Lend A Hand
    • 71. In the News Authentic Learning Global Audience
    • 72. 10. Do Not Try And CHANGE Everything At Once
    • 73. “Technology should be like oxygen: invisible, ubiquitous and necessary.” Chris Lehmann
    • 74. One Thing - City Slickers Clip http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6r9iX39wUAg
    • 75. Choose 1 Thing These are things I will do in my classroom in the first... •5 Days •5 Weeks •5 Months With iPads
    • 76. “Courage is the power to let go of the familiar” - Raymond Lindquist
    • 77. Thank you! @mrhooker chooker@eanesisd.net http://hookEDonInnovation.com http://iPadpalooza.com http://EdTechTeacher.org