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    • Í Presenter: Susan Chaplik susanchaplik1@mac.com http://www.slideshare.net/schaplik
    • The Power of iLife
    • A software package of integrated applications that provide your students an opportunity to create digital storytelling.
    • This effective program provides media browsers that make it easy to access music, photos, and movies through the following applications:
    • This effective program provides media browsers that make it easy to access music, photos, and movies through the following applications: • iphoto
    • This effective program provides media browsers that make it easy to access music, photos, and movies through the following applications: • iphoto • imovie
    • This effective program provides media browsers that make it easy to access music, photos, and movies through the following applications: • iphoto • imovie • idvd
    • This effective program provides media browsers that make it easy to access music, photos, and movies through the following applications: • iphoto • imovie • idvd • iweb
    • This effective program provides media browsers that make it easy to access music, photos, and movies through the following applications: • iphoto • imovie • idvd • iweb • Garageband
    • The integrated applications empowers students with the capability of authoring multimedia projects.
    • Students can demonstrate their level of learning by creating a movie or podcast that includes photos, video, music/sound, and titles that reflect classroom
    • The Thinking Process Is Complex and Includes Two Cognitive Processes: Basic Cognitive Processes: • Knowledge • Comprehension • Application Abstract Cognitive Processes: • Analysis • Synthesis • Evaluation
    • iLife promotes instructional lessons that balance the content, process, and product of curriculum and are highly motivating for differentiated learning styles.
    • iLife Encourages Students to Think at the Highest Levels of the Thinking Process •The cognitive process enables students to become: •Information consumers (Knowledge) •Information producers (Comprehension) •Problem Solvers (Application/Analysis)
    • iLife Encourages Students to Think at the Highest Levels of the Thinking Process • Kinesthetic, oral, visual, and written products are used to: • Accommodate students’ various learning styles • Provide effective forms for presenting information • Individualize instruction
    • Technology Standard: 1.Creativity and Innovation • Students use technology tools to enhance learning, increase productivity, and promote creativity. • Students use productivity tools to collaborate in constructing technology-enhanced models, prepare publications, and produce other creative works.
    • Technology Standard: 2. Communication and Collaboration • Students use telecommunications to collaborate, publish, and interact with peers, experts, and other audiences. • Students use a variety of media and formats to communicate information and ideas effectively to multiple audiences.
    • Technology Standard: 3. Research and Information Fluency • Students use technology to locate, evaluate, and collect information from a variety of sources. • Students evaluate and select new information resources and technological innovations based on the appropriateness for specific tasks.
    • Technology Standard: 4.CriticalThinking, Problem Solving, and Decision Making • Students use technology resources for solving problems and making informed decisions.
    • Examples: Podcast: “Coffee Talk” Students were given background information on the Russian Revolution of 1907 and read George Orwell’s Animal Farm. Students created coffee talks between characters from the novel and their historical counterparts. Internet Safety Radio Show: Created with Garageband Photography Tips
    • Examples: Podcast: “Coffee Talk” Students were given background information on the Russian Revolution of 1907 and read George Orwell’s Animal Farm. Students created coffee talks between characters from the novel and their historical counterparts. Internet Safety Radio Show: Created with Garageband Photography Tips
    • Keep an “Eye” on iLife’s Powerful Resources • iLife in the Classroom • Learning Apple Interchange 2007 • Student Gallery • Using iLife in Education • United Streaming • Library of Congress
    • Excellent Resources for • Image Sources • MorgueFile • Free Photos Bank • Free Foto • Flickr Stock Repository • Flickr Creative Commons • Wikimedia Commons • American Memory • Hamilton Museum of Art
    • More Resource • Pics4Learning all kinds of image resource • PBase World Gallery • Springfield Township virtual Library of copyright free image and sound resources • GeekPhilosopher stock photo and wallpaper images
    • Resources Clip-Art.com • School Clip Art • Clip Art for Teachers • Discovery School Clip Art • Clip Art Searcher –searches for clip art on search engines • Kids Domain Clip Art
    • Resources Assessments • iMagine with iMovie Rubric- • Rubrics and Evaluaiton Resources • National Technology Standards
    • Resources • Kathy's Schrock's Guide For Educators-everything under the sun • Kathy's Schrock's Guide For Educators-gadgets
    • Resources • Educational Portals and Starting Points • Imovie is Fun- includes audio and video resources • Library of Congress Learning Page • Digital Storytelling
    • © Resources • © Information • CopyRight-CopyWrong
    • Excellent iPod Resource iPods in Education
    • Excellent Books • KidCast: PodCasting in the Classroom, and Garageband Mechanics by Dan Schmit • The Macintosh iLife’08 in the Classroom by Jim Heid