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  • ----- Meeting Notes (3/12/13 16:59) -----Teacher creates the notebooks and shares it with student.Can create content directly within notes - including use of iPad to take images and record audio. (great for language class)*** Sees contant in progress not just when submitted.Can also keep Portolio notebooks for each student. Share with parents and on parent-teacher nights.
  • Loose set – depends on age and disciplinesYou decide – important to keep it simpleStress apps as tools rather than patchwork solutions (“something that teaches the Civil War”)Don’t look to match to curriculum topics
  • Select a destination for each group.Using an app called Maps + - links to Maps app and Google MapsMake stops along the way – research and describe the geography and topography, climate zones, landmarksCreate an iMovie or presentation of the trip
  • If you haven't seen this video, this is a music teacher in the UK. iPad lets you play any instrument and participate ...
  • Brings me to the end. Before leaving, want to remind you about the book … and give away a free copy.Use Random app on the iPad.Open spreadsheet to see number of names for random drawing.
  • 10 steps to a Successful iPad Implementation in Schools

    1. 1. 10 Steps to a Successful iPad Implementation in School Sam Gliksman samgliksman@gmail.com Twitter: @samgliksman http://iPadEducators.ning.com
    2. 2. Sam Gliksman Director of Educational Technology, speaker and consultant Founder of iPads in Education website http://iPadEducators.ning.com Twitter: @samgliksman Email: samgliksman@gmail.com
    3. 3. ”This book is bursting with usefultips, techniques, strategies, and reminders.You’re learning from the best: Gliksman’slongtime expertise with iPads in schoolsmakes this an extremely valuable resource” --Scott McLeodReviews from Amazon.com readers:“What a wonderfully executed book … I foundlots of topics that I hadnt even considered yetfound invaluable upon reading.”“Wow, Phenomenal! You’ve created the iPadguide I’m going to recommend again and again.”“Takes the iPad from a nice toy to a powerfulteaching tool.”
    4. 4. What do could you have bought with both of these? 1985 2012 $1,000,000 $1.00 1 gigabyte of RAMSource: http://www.archivebuilders.com/whitepapers/22045p.pdf
    5. 5. Vision of the computer of the future
    6. 6. Their lives outside school aredigital and connected…… in school?
    7. 7. Investment in Educational Technology K-12 spending on technology in 2010 was 9.2 billion (Gartner; Boston Consulting Group) Percent of Budget Spent on Technology 8% 6% 4% 2% 0% Education Professional Services
    8. 8. Original iPad News releaseSAN FRANCISCO—January 27, 2010—Apple® today introducediPad, a revolutionary device for browsing the web, reading andsending email, enjoying photos, watching videos, listening tomusic, playing games, reading e-books and much more.
    9. 9. Rushing To Catch Up"The adoption rate of iPad in education issomething Ive never seen from anytechnology product in history. Usuallyeducation tends to be a fairly conservativeinstitution in terms of buying, or K-12does, and were not seeing that at all on theiPad." -- Apple CEO Tim Cook
    10. 10. iPads or MacBooks? • iPads selling into schools at twice the rate of MacBooks • Over 8 million iPads in schools worldwide • 4.5 million in US schools • LAUSD is considering a 1:1 iPad initiative
    11. 11. Ten Keys to a Successful iPad Implementation1. Clarify educational objectives
    12. 12. “How Can We Use Them?”
    13. 13. “Automating” or “Informating”Reinforces existing practices Re-imagination of goals andwith accent on efficiency processes
    14. 14. Integrating Technology into a Holistic ApproachHave to ask tough questions: What sort of skills does a graduate student need today? How do our students learn most effectively? How can we use technology in a transformative way to help learners achieve their goals?
    15. 15. Will Technology Improve Education? Automating InformatingProjecting and distributing content Students creating and publishingTyping and word processing Connect, communicate and collaborateDrills and flashcards Research, analysis and problem solvingPowerPoint lecturing Personalized, independent learning Giving students power to connect andDelivering a fixed curriculum pursue passionsMore efficient teaching Student centered learning
    16. 16. The key to learning isn’t knowing the right answers.The key to learning is knowing how to askthe right questions.Schools should becomecenters of inquiry.
    17. 17. Ten Keys to a Successful iPad Implementation1. Clarify educational objectives2. Building a solid foundation
    18. 18. Do you have a solid foundation?
    19. 19.  Robust, reliable wireless system Planning bandwidth needs is critical Elements to consider:  What connection comes in to campus?  How well is it distributed within campus? Allow for growth  More multimedia = more bandwidth  Publishing requires higher upload speeds
    20. 20. Ten Keys to a Successful iPad Implementation1. Clarify educational objectives2. Building a solid foundation3. Communicate and prepare
    21. 21. Communicate Your Vision
    22. 22. The Parent “Back to School” Night …
    23. 23. “I want to go back to 5th grade”
    24. 24. Common concerns Many adults feel intimidated and betrayed Technology is a toy that will replace reading, writing, art etc
    25. 25. Ten Keys to a Successful iPad Implementation1. Clarify educational objectives2. Building a solid foundation3. Communicate and prepare4. Develop management strategies
    26. 26. iPad ManagementDo you have plans and procedures in place?
    27. 27. Device Management• Who buys and owns devices?• Where will devices be stored and charged?• Security procedures?• Dealing with damage or theft?• Restrictions? Web filtering?• Procedures for distributing the iPads?• Clear Acceptable Use Policy? (hotspots, COPPA)• Are your IT staff trained in iPad management?
    28. 28. App Management• How and by whom will apps be purchased?• How will teachers try out devices and apps?• How will apps by delivered to devices?• How will updates be applied?
    29. 29. Ten Keys to a Successful iPad Implementation1. Clarify educational objectives2. Building a solid foundation3. Communicate and prepare4. Develop management strategies5. Sharing is not always caring
    30. 30. The blessing…
    31. 31. If they are shared … it could also be the curse.
    32. 32. Most apps don’t even have a login…
    33. 33. Ten Keys to a Successful iPad Implementation1. Clarify educational objectives2. Building a solid foundation3. Communicate and prepare4. Develop management strategies5. Sharing is not always caring6. Create simple information workflows
    34. 34. Content Management and Workflow Distributing and collecting content Sharing and collaborating on content Continuing work outside class Backing up content
    35. 35. Using email:
    36. 36. Using print:
    37. 37. Using Open In:
    38. 38. Using Open In: ✚
    39. 39. Using Evernote for workflow and sharing
    40. 40. Ten Keys to a Successful iPad Implementation1. Clarify educational objectives2. Building a solid foundation3. Communicate and prepare4. Develop management strategies5. Sharing is not always caring6. Create simple information workflows7. Use apps as tools rather than solutions
    41. 41. Mastering a Core Set of Apps Text editor & note taking (Pages, Notability) eBook editor (Book Creator, ScribblePress) Digital storytelling (iMovie, StoryRobe, PuppetPals etc) Cloud account (Dropbox, Google Drive) Screencasting (ScreenChomp, Explain Everything, Ask3) Presentation (Keynote, Bcontext) Image editor (Skitch, Doodle Buddy) Workflow and organization (Photosync, Evernote) Toolkit (calculator, dictionary, news, maps)
    42. 42. Ten Keys to a Successful iPad Implementation1. Clarify educational objectives2. Building a solid foundation3. Communicate and prepare4. Develop management strategies5. Sharing is not always caring6. Create simple information workflows7. Use apps as tool rather than solutions8. Create a culture of growth
    43. 43. Technology training has been a problem throughout history…
    44. 44. The Introductory Workshop “Relax. I took a two hour workshop on removing wisdom teeth.” http://milkweedmama7.blogspot.com/
    45. 45. Some Tips Training is an ongoing process, not a one time workshop. Remember, you don’t have to be the expert … you’ll NEVER be the expert. Culture change often starts at the bottom up. Nurture your innovators and let them lead the way. Timely, in-class help is an invaluable asset for teachers. You spent huge amounts on the equipment. Spend on the staff and training to make it work. Culture change requires planning and lots of time. Make the time for it.
    46. 46. Ten Keys to a Successful iPad Implementation1. Clarify educational objectives2. Building a solid foundation3. Communicate and prepare4. Develop management strategies5. Sharing is not always caring6. Create simple information workflows7. Use apps as tool rather than solutions8. Create a culture of growth9. Connect
    47. 47. Connect Get a Twitter account. Follow others and track hashtags such as #edtech and #iPadEd Blogs and communities abound iPads in Education: http://ipadeducators.ning.com
    48. 48. Ten Keys to a Successful iPad Implementation1. Clarify educational objectives2. Building a solid foundation3. Communicate and prepare4. Develop management strategies5. Sharing is not always caring6. Create simple information workflows7. Use apps as tool rather than solutions8. Create a culture of growth9. Connect10. Encourage and expect the unpredictable
    49. 49. Publishing eBooks
    50. 50. Mars Rover Project
    51. 51. Taking a Virtual Field Trip
    52. 52. Project based political analysis
    53. 53. Making Music
    54. 54. Book Giveaway ”This book is bursting with useful tips, techniques, strategies, and reminders. You’re learning from the best: Gliksman’s longtime expertise with iPads in schools makes this an extremely valuable resource” -- Scott McLeod Reviews from Amazon.com readers: “What a wonderfully executed book … I found lots of topics that I hadnt even considered yet found invaluable upon reading.” “Wow, Phenomenal! You’ve created the iPad guide I’m going to recommend again and again.” “Takes the iPad from a nice toy to a powerful teaching tool.”
    55. 55. Thank you for attending…Sam GliksmanEmail: samgliksman@gmail.comTwitter: @samgliksmaniPads in Education community sitehttp://iPadEducators.ning.com

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