WELCOME
Teaching and Learning withTabletTechnology
Teaching and Learning
with Tablet Technology
Paul Fuller	

Literacy and Numeracy Support
“My interest is in
the future
because I am
going to spend
the rest of my life
there.”	

Charles F. Kettering,
American inv...
The entire sum of human
knowledge available to every
human being on the planet.
A stage on which every
individual can shine.
‘Podkids Australia’
‘Facebook Easy’
‘TECHNOLOGY LIKE AIR’
?
MOBILE
TACTILE
AFFORDABLE
MULTI-MODAL
GENERAL CAPABILITIES
“Teachers are expected to teach and
assess general capabilities to the extent
that they are incorporated within each
learn...
Literacy
Numeracy
ICT capability
Critical and creative thinking
Personal and social capability
Ethical understanding
Inter...
The ICT general capability
is to theTechnologies
learning area...
... as the Literacy general
capability is to the English...
A MEANINGFUL CONTEXT
EVERYTEACHER	

!
EVERY CLASSROOM
SUCCESSFULTABLET PROGRAMS
• 	

 are clear about their target students;	

• 	

 have specific learning outcomes;	

• 	

 for...
Substitution
Augmentation
Modification
Re-definition
Substitution
Augmentation
Modification
Re-definition
Substitution
Augmentation
Modification
Re-definition
Technology acts as a direct
tool substitute with no
functional change.
Substitution
Augmentation
Modification
Re-definition
Technology acts as a direct
tool substitute with
functional improvement.
Substitution
Augmentation
Modification
Re-definition
Technology allows for
significant task re-design.
Substitution
Augmentation
Modification
Re-definition
Technology allows for
creation of new tasks,
previously inconceivable.
Substitution
Augmentation
Modification
Re-definition
TRANSFORMATION
ENHANCEMENT
SHOWME
SUBSTITUTIONAUGMENTATION
MODIFICATION
REDEFINITION
FOSTERING INNOVATION
TRADITION
Feedback
Professional
Collaboration
Self-assessment
Reflection
Practice
Whole school
approaches
Engagement
Zone o...
CONTENT CURATION
CONSUMPTIONOR CREATION?
Evaluation Rubric: Assessing the value of iPad applications for teaching and learning
Evaluation Rubric: Assessing the val...
WORKFLOWS
‘APPSMASHING’
Popplet (mind mapping)
Sling note (research)
Pages (writing)
iMovie (presenting)
Showbie (submitting)
Sling note (research)
Popplet (mind mapping)
Sling note (research)
Pages (writing)
iMovie (presenting)
Showbie (submitting)
Popplet (mind mapping)
Popplet (mind mapping)
Sling note (research)
Pages (writing)
iMovie (presenting)
Showbie (submitting)
Pages (writing)
Popplet (mind mapping)
Sling note (research)
Pages (writing)
iMovie (presenting)
Showbie (submitting)
iMovie (presenting)
Popplet (mind mapping)
Sling note (research)
Pages (writing)
iMovie (presenting)
Showbie (submitting)
Showbie (submitting)
Popplet (mind mapping)
Sling note (research)
Pages (writing)
iMovie (presenting)
Showbie (submitting)
SUPPORT FOR SCHOOLS
TEN IPAD SCHOOLS	

YAKAMIA PS	

MANJIMUP PS	

PARKFIELD PS	

KALGOORLIE PS	

AUBIN GROVE PS	

CAMPBELL PS	

CURRAMBINE PS	...
ITUNES U
DEMO
tinyurl.com/DOEipadkit
(on an iPad with iTunes U installed)
CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTORS
• Teacher access	

• Professional Learning	

• Designated coaches	

• Technical support	

• Caref...
Q&A
MULTIPLE CHALLENGES
Ignorance	

Self-doubt	

Cost	

Fear
Make
glorious,
mistakes.
amazing
MISTAKES
THANKYOU
paul.fuller@education.wa.edu.au
Teaching and Learning with Tablet Technology
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Teaching and Learning with Tablet Technology
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Teaching and Learning with Tablet Technology

  1. 1. WELCOME Teaching and Learning withTabletTechnology
  2. 2. Teaching and Learning with Tablet Technology Paul Fuller Literacy and Numeracy Support
  3. 3. “My interest is in the future because I am going to spend the rest of my life there.” Charles F. Kettering, American inventor (1876-1958)
  4. 4. The entire sum of human knowledge available to every human being on the planet.
  5. 5. A stage on which every individual can shine.
  6. 6. ‘Podkids Australia’
  7. 7. ‘Facebook Easy’
  8. 8. ‘TECHNOLOGY LIKE AIR’
  9. 9. ?
  10. 10. MOBILE
  11. 11. TACTILE
  12. 12. AFFORDABLE
  13. 13. MULTI-MODAL
  14. 14. GENERAL CAPABILITIES
  15. 15. “Teachers are expected to teach and assess general capabilities to the extent that they are incorporated within each learning area”. General Capabilities in the Australian Curriculum, ACARA, 2013
  16. 16. Literacy Numeracy ICT capability Critical and creative thinking Personal and social capability Ethical understanding Intercultural understanding
  17. 17. The ICT general capability is to theTechnologies learning area... ... as the Literacy general capability is to the English learning area ... ... or the Numeracy general capability is to the Mathematics learning area.
  18. 18. A MEANINGFUL CONTEXT
  19. 19. EVERYTEACHER ! EVERY CLASSROOM
  20. 20. SUCCESSFULTABLET PROGRAMS • are clear about their target students; • have specific learning outcomes; • form part of a balanced literacy and numeracy program; • focus on teachers not tools; and • start small and grow.
  21. 21. Substitution Augmentation Modification Re-definition
  22. 22. Substitution Augmentation Modification Re-definition
  23. 23. Substitution Augmentation Modification Re-definition Technology acts as a direct tool substitute with no functional change.
  24. 24. Substitution Augmentation Modification Re-definition Technology acts as a direct tool substitute with functional improvement.
  25. 25. Substitution Augmentation Modification Re-definition Technology allows for significant task re-design.
  26. 26. Substitution Augmentation Modification Re-definition Technology allows for creation of new tasks, previously inconceivable.
  27. 27. Substitution Augmentation Modification Re-definition TRANSFORMATION ENHANCEMENT
  28. 28. SHOWME
  29. 29. SUBSTITUTIONAUGMENTATION MODIFICATION REDEFINITION
  30. 30. FOSTERING INNOVATION
  31. 31. TRADITION Feedback Professional Collaboration Self-assessment Reflection Practice Whole school approaches Engagement Zone of a Proximal Development Home involvement VS INNOVATION
  32. 32. CONTENT CURATION
  33. 33. CONSUMPTIONOR CREATION?
  34. 34. Evaluation Rubric: Assessing the value of iPad applications for teaching and learning Evaluation Rubric: Assessing the value of iPad applications for teaching and learning © Department of Education WA 2012 Licensed for NEALS 1 Domain 1 2 3 4 Links to Australian Curriculum content descriptions Skills reinforced are not clearly connected to the Australian Curriculum content descriptions. Skills reinforced are a prerequisite or requirement of the Australian Curriculum content descriptions. Skills reinforced are clearly linked to the Australian Curriculum content descriptions. Skills reinforced are explicitly linked to the Australian Curriculum content descriptions. Cognitive opportunities Remember: Application allows students to exhibit memory of previously learned materials by recalling facts, terms, basic concepts and answers to describe; name; find; list; tell. Understand: Application allows students to demonstrate understanding of facts and ideas and explain; compare; discuss, predict, translate, outline, and restate. Apply: Application allows students to use new knowledge and solve problems to new situations by applying acquired knowledge, facts, techniques and rules in a different way to show; complete; use; examine; illustrate; classify; and solve. Analyse: Application allows students to examine and break information into parts by identifying motives or causes; make inferences and find evidence to support generalisations; and compare; examine; explain; identify; categorise; contrast; and investigate. Evaluate: Application allows students to present and defend opinions by making judgments about information, validity of ideas or quality of work based on a set of criteria to justify; assess; prioritise; recommend; rate; decide; and choose. Create: Application allows students to plan; invent; compose; design; construct; imagine. Level of technology integration Substitution: Technology acts as direct tool substitute, with no functional change. Augmentation: Technology acts as a direct tool substitute, with functional improvement. Modification: Technology allows for significant task redesign. Redefinition: Technology allows for the creation of new tasks, previously inconceivable.
  35. 35. WORKFLOWS
  36. 36. ‘APPSMASHING’
  37. 37. Popplet (mind mapping) Sling note (research) Pages (writing) iMovie (presenting) Showbie (submitting)
  38. 38. Sling note (research)
  39. 39. Popplet (mind mapping) Sling note (research) Pages (writing) iMovie (presenting) Showbie (submitting)
  40. 40. Popplet (mind mapping)
  41. 41. Popplet (mind mapping) Sling note (research) Pages (writing) iMovie (presenting) Showbie (submitting)
  42. 42. Pages (writing)
  43. 43. Popplet (mind mapping) Sling note (research) Pages (writing) iMovie (presenting) Showbie (submitting)
  44. 44. iMovie (presenting)
  45. 45. Popplet (mind mapping) Sling note (research) Pages (writing) iMovie (presenting) Showbie (submitting)
  46. 46. Showbie (submitting)
  47. 47. Popplet (mind mapping) Sling note (research) Pages (writing) iMovie (presenting) Showbie (submitting)
  48. 48. SUPPORT FOR SCHOOLS
  49. 49. TEN IPAD SCHOOLS YAKAMIA PS MANJIMUP PS PARKFIELD PS KALGOORLIE PS AUBIN GROVE PS CAMPBELL PS CURRAMBINE PS SOUTH HEDLAND PS BALER PS CASSIA PS
  50. 50. ITUNES U
  51. 51. DEMO
  52. 52. tinyurl.com/DOEipadkit (on an iPad with iTunes U installed)
  53. 53. CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTORS • Teacher access • Professional Learning • Designated coaches • Technical support • Careful evaluation of apps • Digital Citizenship • Value of experienced teachers • Targeted and purposeful learning experiences
  54. 54. Q&A
  55. 55. MULTIPLE CHALLENGES Ignorance Self-doubt Cost Fear
  56. 56. Make glorious, mistakes. amazing MISTAKES
  57. 57. THANKYOU paul.fuller@education.wa.edu.au

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