Touch Screens<br />http://www.myone.ca/images/School_Usage.jpg<br />EDC 3100 ICT<br />By David Richards, Sharon Kitching a...
A touch screen is an electronic visual output that can detect the presence and location of a touch within the display (Spe...
Interactive White Boards<br />Touch Tablets<br />iPads<br />Graphic Touch Tablets<br />SMART Tables<br />Touch Screen comp...
Found on a desktop computer<br />Work best for students with good motor skills<br />Children of all ages and developmental...
Interactive learning centre<br />Young students to work together collaboratively<br />Enhances cognitive, social and commu...
A4 in size<br />All functions of a laptop<br />Stylus pen<br />Touch tablet<br />
Benefits of a touch screen<br />
Innovation working alongside ICT curriculum<br />Contribute sustainable and meaningful change<br />Enable students to prep...
The Queensland Essential learning's for ICT<br />A better understanding of ICT than ever before <br />Use computers to wri...
 Touch screen devices enable<br />Individualised small group work <br />Less structured teaching approaches<br />Sense of ...
Touch screen technology<br />Integrate into units wherever possible <br />Maximise opportunities for language, numeracy an...
IPAD<br />Enables portability<br />Access to innovative applications <br />Enjoyable learning<br />Retrieved http://i.zdne...
Defining elearning and mlearning<br />eLearning<br /><ul><li>Electronic Learning
Engagement of the learner
Enhancement of learning
Ease of use
Empowerment of the learner to control the learning schedule
Execution of the learning program </li></ul>(<br />mLearning<br /><ul><li>Mobile Learning
Use mobile devices
Anywhere, anytime
Combination of eLearning and mLearning</li></li></ul><li>Identification of reasoning:<br />Internet and intranet<br />Conn...
Network – Internet/Intranet</li></ul>Global Network<br /><ul><li>Internet - whole network of networks
World Wide Web - information repository</li></ul>Local Network<br /><ul><li>Local Network (LAN) such as a computer room
Wider Area Network (WAN) which would cover a whole site and even further afield. </li></li></ul><li> <br />Identification ...
Students can sit anywhere
Touch screens can be mobile</li></ul>http://www.collegiatetimes.com/stories/15332/tablet-computers-to-remain-required-for-...
Advantageous of Network with touch screens<br />Identification of reasoning:<br />Monitoring capacity<br /><ul><li>Common ...
Faster teacher feed back using ICT
Wireless connection
Information is transferable</li></li></ul><li>Identification of reasoning:<br />Appeal to students<br /><ul><li>Sharing in...
Access to a wider range of resources
Central location for files/information</li></li></ul><li>Identification of reasoning<br />The internet and intranet as an ...
Pedagogical Approaches<br />
Promote active learning<br />Engage in meaningful activities<br />HERE IS GOING TO BE A VIDEO<br />Clicker 5<br />
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  •  Touch screen devices have many features which can be used to enhance mathematics. Touch screen devices can be used to store, organise and present information. Touch screen devices, such as the ipad, allows students to access Apple&apos;s application store. These applications allow students to access mathematical formulas as well as conversion tables. Math Ref allows students to simply be directed to access to over 350 formulas, figures, tips, and examples of math equations and concepts. This free application includes access to the majority of the major formulas and functions that students will need, such as those for area, perimeter, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, series &amp; sequences, derivatives, integration, prime numbers, and even the greek alphabet. Touch screen devices allow clear illustrations to be provided to make mathematical concepts easier to understand. If a student or teacher needs to share a concept or idea from Math Ref Free with someone else, all they need to do is take a screenshot and send it off in an email. Touch screen devices can allow students to complete mathematical equations by simply touching and dragging the corressponding answer to the question. This allows students with poor fine motor skills to complete mathematical activities with ease. Touch screen devices can also be used to access websites such as Mathletics, Rainforest Maths and 4-11 Numeracy. These web sites allow teachers to manually set mathematical activities for students to complete. Students thoroughly enjoy using these websites as they are required to use their hands to manipulate questions and complete tasks. Mathletics allows students to compete in Maths tasks against students all across the world.  Touch screen devices such as the tablet, are extremely valuable with lower students. Students are able to use their hands to form groups, count markers and match colours and shapes. Students are able to hear and visualise the numbers in there different forms. This allows students to progress much faster whilst enjoying themselves.  Touch screen devices can be used to access and complete the NAPLAN online website. Students are able to practice previous years&apos; tests. The website can help teachers identify which components of numeracy the students are struggling with. The teacher can then make sure that component is recovered.
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  • Apple Store (2010) Ipad Applications. Retrieved April 12, 2010, from http://www.apple.com/ipad/apps-for-ipad/  Australian Council of Deans of Education (2001) New Learning. A Charter for Education in Australia. Canberra: ACDE.  Diem, R. (2000) Can it make a difference? Technology and the Social Studies. Theory and Research in Social Education, 28 (4), 85-106.   Duke (2000) Exploring student skill learning: A Case for investigating subjective experience, Quest, 49 (2), 142-160.  Merryfield P. (2000) Creating learning communities. South Melbourne: Addison Wesley Longman.    Queensland Studies Authority (2007). Health &amp; Physical Education(HPE), Essential Learnings for Grade 7. Retrieved April 12, 2010, from http://www.qsa.qld.edu.au/downloads/learning/qcar_el_hpe_yr7.pdfQueensland Studies Authority (2007). Studies of Society and Environment(SOSE), Essential Learnings for Grade 7. Retrieved April 12, 2010, from http://www.qsa.qld.edu.au/downloads/learning/qcar_el_sose_yr7.pdf  Queensland Studies Authority (2007). English, Essential Learnings for Grade 7. Retrieved April 12, 2010, from http://www.qsa.qld.edu.au/downloads/learning/qcar_el_english_yr7.pdf Queensland Studies Authority (2007). Science, Essential Learnings for Grade 7. Retrieved April 12, 2010, from http://www.qsa.qld.edu.au/downloads/learning/qcar_el_science_yr7.pdf Queensland Studies Authority (2007). The Arts, Essential Learnings for Grade 7. Retrieved April 12, 2010, from http://www.qsa.qld.edu.au/downloads/learning/qcar_el_thearts_yr7.pdf  Queensland Studies Authority (2007) Technology, Essential Learnings for Grade 7. Retrieved April 12, 2010, from hhtp://www.qsa.qld.edu.au/downloads/learning/gcar_el_technology_yr7.pdf    Williams, J (2005) Student engagement with social issues in a multimedia supported learning environment. Theory and Research in Social Education. 27 (4), 85-87.   
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    1. 1. Touch Screens<br />http://www.myone.ca/images/School_Usage.jpg<br />EDC 3100 ICT<br />By David Richards, Sharon Kitching and Nathan Morieson<br />
    2. 2. A touch screen is an electronic visual output that can detect the presence and location of a touch within the display (Spectronics, 2003).<br />What are touch screens?<br />http://static.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Technology/Pix/pictures/2007/08/22/iphone460.jpg<br />
    3. 3. Interactive White Boards<br />Touch Tablets<br />iPads<br />Graphic Touch Tablets<br />SMART Tables<br />Touch Screen computer monitors<br />Examples<br />
    4. 4. Found on a desktop computer<br />Work best for students with good motor skills<br />Children of all ages and developmental levels<br />Touch screen computer monitors<br />
    5. 5. Interactive learning centre<br />Young students to work together collaboratively<br />Enhances cognitive, social and communication skills<br />Smart table<br />
    6. 6. A4 in size<br />All functions of a laptop<br />Stylus pen<br />Touch tablet<br />
    7. 7. Benefits of a touch screen<br />
    8. 8. Innovation working alongside ICT curriculum<br />Contribute sustainable and meaningful change<br />Enable students to prepare for further education and training <br />Living and working in a digital world <br />
    9. 9. The Queensland Essential learning's for ICT<br />A better understanding of ICT than ever before <br />Use computers to write documents, emails and create presentations<br />Understand spelling and grammar checks<br /> Allow effective peer to peer collaboration <br />
    10. 10. Touch screen devices enable<br />Individualised small group work <br />Less structured teaching approaches<br />Sense of responsibility, choices and actions <br />Developing of cross-cultural relationships.<br />Retrived http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/4f/Tablet.jpg<br />
    11. 11. Touch screen technology<br />Integrate into units wherever possible <br />Maximise opportunities for language, numeracy and ICT development<br />Create different ways to perform traditional tasks<br />Retrived http://turbo.inquisitr.com/wp-content/2010/01/apple_tablet1.jpg<br />
    12. 12. IPAD<br />Enables portability<br />Access to innovative applications <br />Enjoyable learning<br />Retrieved http://i.zdnet.com/blogs/le1700-tablet.jpg<br />
    13. 13. Defining elearning and mlearning<br />eLearning<br /><ul><li>Electronic Learning
    14. 14. Engagement of the learner
    15. 15. Enhancement of learning
    16. 16. Ease of use
    17. 17. Empowerment of the learner to control the learning schedule
    18. 18. Execution of the learning program </li></ul>(<br />mLearning<br /><ul><li>Mobile Learning
    19. 19. Use mobile devices
    20. 20. Anywhere, anytime
    21. 21. Combination of eLearning and mLearning</li></li></ul><li>Identification of reasoning:<br />Internet and intranet<br />Connection<br /><ul><li>Stand alone – not connected
    22. 22. Network – Internet/Intranet</li></ul>Global Network<br /><ul><li>Internet - whole network of networks
    23. 23. World Wide Web - information repository</li></ul>Local Network<br /><ul><li>Local Network (LAN) such as a computer room
    24. 24. Wider Area Network (WAN) which would cover a whole site and even further afield. </li></li></ul><li> <br />Identification of reasoning:<br />Mobile learning<br /><ul><li>Tailored the technology to the lesson
    25. 25. Students can sit anywhere
    26. 26. Touch screens can be mobile</li></ul>http://www.collegiatetimes.com/stories/15332/tablet-computers-to-remain-required-for-<br />
    27. 27. Advantageous of Network with touch screens<br />Identification of reasoning:<br />Monitoring capacity<br /><ul><li>Common access to information
    28. 28. Faster teacher feed back using ICT
    29. 29. Wireless connection
    30. 30. Information is transferable</li></li></ul><li>Identification of reasoning:<br />Appeal to students<br /><ul><li>Sharing information
    31. 31. Access to a wider range of resources
    32. 32. Central location for files/information</li></li></ul><li>Identification of reasoning<br />The internet and intranet as an eLearning tool<br />Impact on mLearning<br />Teachers can monitor work in progress <br />Appeal to students <br />
    33. 33. Pedagogical Approaches<br />
    34. 34. Promote active learning<br />Engage in meaningful activities<br />HERE IS GOING TO BE A VIDEO<br />Clicker 5<br />
    35. 35. Activities to enable students to learn and grow<br />Create boundless lessons<br />Touch, learn, together<br />
    36. 36. Individual or group work<br />Upload digital images and write on screen<br />E-learning<br />
    37. 37. Touch Screen Computer Monitors and iPads<br />Clicker 5<br />http://www.spectronicsinoz.com/activities/other-activity-and-resources-download-sites/print<br />The SMART Table<br />http://education.smarttech.com/ste/en-US/Ed+Resource/SMART+Table+applications+and+activities/SMART+Table+activities.htm<br />Resources<br />
    38. 38. http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/LeaderTalk/upload/2009/04/new_paradigms_needed_1/shared%20pencil%20photo.jpg<br />Organising the classroom<br />Group Learning<br /><ul><li>cooperative learning embraces both cognitive and social/personal student outcomes.
    39. 39. Touch screens have mulit-touch function
    40. 40. Allows for whole student participation
    41. 41. Teacher can monitor individual participation</li></ul>Individual lead learning<br />The teacher sets the problem<br />The student explores the problem<br />Teacher and students discuss the problem.<br /><ul><li>Using touch screen technology ICT can be introduced to students at a younger age
    42. 42. Intuitive touch technology makes everything students do come</li></ul>Teacher Lead learning<br />Setting the scene – Lesson/Touch screen as a medium for learning<br />Explaining and demonstrating the skill/content – function of the touch screen/what the students need to achieve<br />Students practice with teacher feedback – work through task focusing on the program not the technology<br />Apply/transferring skills/content in another lesson – improved skills with the touch screen and materials and program is targeted to content<br />http://www.collegiatetimes.com/stories/15332/tablet-computers-to-remain-required-for-<br />http://media.hamptonroads.com/media/content/pilotonline/2007/06/0603perfectboard500x325.jpg<br />http://www2.tbo.com/content/2009/sep/14/high-tech-table-lets-students-go-far-together/news-metro/<br />http://regmedia.co.uk/2008/09/17/synergynet.jpg<br />
    43. 43. legal and copyright issues<br />Monitoring of content is required to protect students <br />Blocking of inappropriate web sites<br />Students taking photos of their class mates without their knowledge <br />Uploading photos of minors<br />
    44. 44. legal and copyright issues continued<br />Using web sites without the written consent of the author<br />Claiming other people ideas as their own <br />Responsibility of devices <br />Upgrading the monitoring of technology guidelines<br />
    45. 45. linking with other Kla’s<br />English <br />Access and read books electronically<br />Enables visually impaired, intellectually impaired and blind students<br />Download complete books from the internet <br />Raise the level of work being presented and to scaffold the fundamentals of editing. <br />Write in new contexts for new audiences. <br />Work in small literacy groups<br />Teachers can identify which components of literacy the students are struggling with. <br />
    46. 46. Mathematics<br />Application allows students to access mathematical formulas<br />Allows students with poor fine motor skills to complete mathematical activities with ease. <br />Access and complete the NAPLAN online website<br />http://fc01.deviantart.net/fs30/f/2008/137/0/5/Mathematics_by_povesteauneipietre.jpg<br />
    47. 47. science and Sose<br />Allow students to access Encarta Kids<br />Record, store and display data <br />Learn languages <br />Collaborate information through the use of email, blue tooth devices and drag features<br />Work in groups<br />Demonstrates correct scientific procedures and technique. <br />Film and document scientific experiments <br />
    48. 48. Physical Education and ART<br />Keep score in sport contests<br />Alarms to notify the referee that a game is <br />commencing and finishing<br />Upload footage of the students' sporting techniques <br />Used to view and access professional artwork <br />form art collations. <br />http://www.collegehoopsnet.com/blog/marchmadness/uploaded_images/pe%27shon-howard-730428.jpg<br />
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