The impact of i pads

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  • The impact of i pads

    1. 1. The Impact of iPads in the Classroom Gina Bongiorno
    2. 2. OpportunitiesPower Up Conference in JulyVirtual Tech Conference in OctoberiPads for Education GraduateClass in November3 iPads and iTunes card topurchase/test apps in December
    3. 3. Professional DevelopmentLearned how to create a PLC (Twitter)Learned the value of connecting withothersLearned how to bring the world to myclassroom (Live from the StockMarket Floor)
    4. 4. Uses of the Camera Video students reading Video students doing book club Students record their writing into the iPad (Instant Feedback Loop) Video students working on projects
    5. 5. Seven Survival Skills for the 21st century according to Tony Wagner Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence Agility and Adaptability Initiative and Entrepreneurialism Effective Oral and Written Communication Accessing and Analyzing Information Curiosity and Imagination
    6. 6. What this means for teachers:We must teach kids how to ask good questions, toproblem solve, and to think critically.We need to teach kids to be curious versus thinking"I know the answer."We need to teach kids to communicate well.We need to help kids become self-directed, selfstarters who are willing to take risks.We need to teach kids how to process informationefficiently and effectively.
    7. 7. Some Recent Initiatives in EducationiTunes USocial Media IntegrationFlipped ClassroomKhan AcademySmartphone IntegrationPersonalized LearningMITxTED-ediPad ImplementationApple Textbook InitiativeProfessional Learning Communities
    8. 8. Social NetworksTwitterFacebookEdmodoPinterest
    9. 9. Using consumption- based apps vs.product based apps
    10. 10. Bloom’s TaxonomyRemembering (Flashcardlet and DoodleBuddy)Understanding (Pages and Motion Math)Applying (Show Me and Educreations)Analyzing (Popplet)Evaluating (Ted-ED)Creating (Audioboo, Puppet Pals,Toontastic, Animoto)
    11. 11. Bloom’s Taxonomy Visual
    12. 12. Student Friendly Search EnginesSweetsearchInstagrokDiscovery EducationEnchanted LearningAsk Kids
    13. 13. Student Work SamplesStoryRobeShowMeEducreationsVoicethreadPreziToontasticAnimotoGoogle Presentation
    14. 14. Apps the kids enjoy Brain Pop Stack the States/Stack the Countries Math Soccer Motion Math Rocket Math Symmetry Shuffle Tangram HD/Tan Zen Toontastic
    15. 15. Tips for ParentsEstablish tech-free zones at thetimes and places you do control(dinner table, car, child’s bedroom)Consider your child’s behaviors,both online and offlineGive your kids guidance ondigital life
    16. 16. “Today knowledge is ubiquitous, constantly changing, growingexponentially… Today knowledge is free. It’s like air, it’s likewater. It’s become a commodity… There’s no competitive advantage today in knowing more than the person next to you. The worlddoesn’t care what you know. Whatthe world cares about is what you can do with what you know.” -Tony Wagner, author of The Global Achievement Gap

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