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Powerpoint for Plenary at Santa Ana College, August 20, 2012

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  • BYOD

    1. 1. BYODBring Your Own Device Developed by Susan Gaer
    2. 2. Follow along on Computer or phone Download the presentation at http://goo.gl/4RdXgDownload the PDF to view on your mobile phone. http://goo.gl/Cj8Mm
    3. 3. Objectives• Recognize 21st Century Language Skills• Formulate acceptable use criteria for mobile devices• Select activities to support learning using mobile devices• Identify instant student response systems application to the classroom• Examine how to use your mobile device to develop speaking/pronunciation skill• Recognize a QR Code, and predict how they might be useful with students
    4. 4. Why should students come U?Why not go to Microsoft or iTunes to class if they are onlyWhat is the value added? going to learn what is in Teach us using only the your head?knowledge in your own head!
    5. 5. Teaching with only theknowledge in your own head will teach you out of a job!
    6. 6. 21 Century Learning Skills st “A profound gap exists between the knowledge andskills most students learn in school and the knowledge and skills they need for success in their communities and workplaces. To successfully face rigorous highereducation coursework, career challenges and a globally competitive workforce, U.S. schools must alignclassroom environments with real world environments by fusing the 3 Rs and the 4 Cs” http://www.p21.org/
    7. 7. 4 Cs??  Communication  Collaboration  Critical Thinking  Creativity
    8. 8. Develop mobile device critera for acceptable use in the classroom Handout Pages 3-5
    9. 9. I remembered when I had a meeting with myboss. I needed to ask about my vacation. She talked every time with her cell phone and I waited about 1 hour in her office, I felt very angry. I thought that my boss was very rude with me and she was demeaning.
    10. 10. Texting Activity send a text to (714) 287-3475Send a photo and I will display it during the presentation
    11. 11. Use texting to support learninghttp://www.remind 101.com
    12. 12. Handout Page 6Instant Photo Gratification PhotoBucket (http://photobucket.com)Picasa (Google)(https://picasaweb.google.com/home) Flicker (Yahoo)http://www.flickr.com/
    13. 13. Photo Bucket Unlimited and up to 500 Pros: IndependentPhoto Bucket Videos Photo competitions (Seattle) Groups Cons: not so good for collaboration because not as many people use it PhotoBucket (http://photobucket.com)
    14. 14. Flickr 2 Videos and 300 MB of Pros: Easy to find Flickr photos each calendar projects(Yahoo) month Cons: Photo stream limited to the most 200 images. Images are resized Flicker (Yahoo)http://www.flickr.com/
    15. 15. Picasa 1 GB for Photos and 1GB Pros: Links easily to Picasa for Video Google accounts(Google) Has software for off line access Con:Each image can be no larger than 20 mg and are restricted to 50 megapixels or less. Picasa (Google) https://picasaweb.google.com/home)
    16. 16. Energize your brain
    17. 17. Flipped Classroom? http://plpnetwork.com/2012/05/15/flipping-blooms-taxonhttp://www.schrockguide.net/app-for-that.html
    18. 18. Instant Student Response(http://www.polleverywhere.com)gmail
    19. 19. Audio(Google voice) –http://voice.google.comActivity: Get a partner. Call (714)287-3475 Leave a voicemaildescribing one thing youwill do after this session to integrate mobile learning into your classroom
    20. 20. Avatar FunJose Lopez Mercedes (Beg 1)Voki (http://www.voki.com/)•
    21. 21. For Laptop any
    22. 22. QR CODE Lesson Ideashttp://www.livebinders.com/play/play _or_edit? id=103234 goo.gl/yiIRC
    23. 23. Lesson Plan Ideashttp://community-building.weebly.com/index.html
    24. 24. Objectives• Recognize 21st Century Language Skills• Formulate acceptable use criteria for mobile devices• Select activities to support learning using mobile devices• Identify instant student response systems application to the classroom• Examine how to use your mobile device to develop speaking/pronunciation skill• Recognize a QR Code, and predict how they might be useful with students
    25. 25. Download the powerpoint http://goo.gl/4RdXg Download the PDF to view on your mobile phone. http://goo.gl/Cj8Mm Download a fresh copy of the handout athttp://www.scribd.com/doc/10132 3964/byod

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