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  • Let me tell you a little more about the IEAR initiative.
  • Let me tell you a little more about the IEAR initiative.
  • Let me tell you a little more about the IEAR initiative.
  • Let me tell you a little more about the IEAR initiative.
  • Let me tell you a little more about the IEAR initiative.
  • Let me tell you a little more about the IEAR initiative.
  • Let me tell you a little more about the IEAR initiative.
  • Let me tell you a little more about the IEAR initiative.
  • Let me tell you a little more about the IEAR initiative.
  • Let me tell you a little more about the IEAR initiative.
  • Let me tell you a little more about the IEAR initiative.
  • Let me tell you a little more about the IEAR initiative.
  • Let me tell you a little more about the IEAR initiative.
  • Let me tell you a little more about the IEAR initiative.
  • 1. For the same price as a graphing calculator a school district can buy handheld devices that can be used by students
    • For Word processing
    • For Search and retrieval
    • For ebooks
    • For testing / quizzing / practicing in all subjects
    • For Computation
    • For Data acquisition
    • For Visually displaying and processing information
    • For Genuine access to diverse languages and cultures
    • For ... Fill in the Blank
    2. Learning anytime anywhere: Video Example: Mobile Devices for Reflection in a Classroom - Wes Freyer said he is looking the for the ultimate device and I don’t think this will every happen. We need to targeted purchase.
    3. Differentiation - Video Example
    4. RTI
    5. Collaboration / Cooperative Learning
  • 1. For the same price as a graphing calculator a school district can buy handheld devices that can be used by students
    • For Word processing
    • For Search and retrieval
    • For ebooks
    • For testing / quizzing / practicing in all subjects
    • For Computation
    • For Data acquisition
    • For Visually displaying and processing information
    • For Genuine access to diverse languages and cultures
    • For ... Fill in the Blank
    2. Learning anytime anywhere: Video Example: Mobile Devices for Reflection in a Classroom - Wes Freyer said he is looking the for the ultimate device and I don’t think this will every happen. We need to targeted purchase.
    3. Differentiation - Video Example
    4. RTI
    5. Collaboration / Cooperative Learning
  • 1. For the same price as a graphing calculator a school district can buy handheld devices that can be used by students
    • For Word processing
    • For Search and retrieval
    • For ebooks
    • For testing / quizzing / practicing in all subjects
    • For Computation
    • For Data acquisition
    • For Visually displaying and processing information
    • For Genuine access to diverse languages and cultures
    • For ... Fill in the Blank
    2. Learning anytime anywhere: Video Example: Mobile Devices for Reflection in a Classroom - Wes Freyer said he is looking the for the ultimate device and I don’t think this will every happen. We need to targeted purchase.
    3. Differentiation - Video Example
    4. RTI
    5. Collaboration / Cooperative Learning
  • 1. For the same price as a graphing calculator a school district can buy handheld devices that can be used by students
    • For Word processing
    • For Search and retrieval
    • For ebooks
    • For testing / quizzing / practicing in all subjects
    • For Computation
    • For Data acquisition
    • For Visually displaying and processing information
    • For Genuine access to diverse languages and cultures
    • For ... Fill in the Blank
    2. Learning anytime anywhere: Video Example: Mobile Devices for Reflection in a Classroom - Wes Freyer said he is looking the for the ultimate device and I don’t think this will every happen. We need to targeted purchase.
    3. Differentiation - Video Example
    4. RTI
    5. Collaboration / Cooperative Learning
  • Who would you start with? Students, teachers or administrators?
  • Who would you start with? Students, teachers or administrators?
  • 1. Join the NING
    2. Let me Interview you or interview someone for us!
    3. Blog for IEAR
    4. Post a lesson plan to the WIKI
  • IEAR.org - ISLMA2010

    1. 1. Twitter: IEAR I Education Apps Review http://www.iear.org
    2. 2. Twitter: IEAR Scott Meech / scott@smeech.net www.smeech.net / Twitter: SMeech Elisabeth LeBris / elisabeth.lebris@gmail.com http://lebrisary.blogspot.com/ Twitter: ELebris
    3. 3. Twitter: IEAR Student excitement for using mobile learning devices should be the last reason to implement technology in schools! Who said?
    4. 4. Twitter: IEAR Student excitement for using mobile learning devices should be the last reason to implement technology in schools! - Scott Meech
    5. 5. Twitter: IEAR Kenilworth District #38
    6. 6. Twitter: IEAR
    7. 7. Twitter: IEAR We want some “iPod Touch” devices!
    8. 8. Twitter: IEAR Does anyone have a “study” that we can refer to on the effectiveness of “educational” apps in the app store?
    9. 9. Twitter: IEAR http://www.canby.k12.or.us/ Canby School District http://learninginhand.com/blog/ipod-touch-in-canby-school-district.html
    10. 10. Twitter: IEAR http://www.canby.k12.or.us/ Canby School District http://learninginhand.com/blog/ipod-touch-in-canby-school-district.html
    11. 11. Twitter: IEAR Components of the IEAR Community
    12. 12. Twitter: IEAR
    13. 13. Twitter: IEAR
    14. 14. Twitter: IEAR IEAR Ning
    15. 15. Twitter: IEAR 40 App Reviewers
    16. 16. Twitter: IEAR Over 700 Members
    17. 17. Twitter: IEAR
    18. 18. Twitter: IEAR Tips and Tricks Posts
    19. 19. Twitter: IEAR Interviews Don’t forget to listen to my interview of “Brent Coley”. http://www.iear.org/iear/2009/3/31/interview-of-brent-coley-show-13-and-interview-1.html
    20. 20. Twitter: IEAR
    21. 21. Twitter: IEAR
    22. 22. Twitter: IEAR IEAR “Presenters”
    23. 23. Twitter: IEAR Student App Reviewers
    24. 24. Twitter: IEAR What has the IEAR community taught us?
    25. 25. Twitter: IEAR 1. Control over Content Teachers Want
    26. 26. Twitter: IEAR
    27. 27. Twitter: IEAR
    28. 28. Twitter: IEAR Math Board Kelly Dumont gives it an A http://www.iear.org/iear/2010/9/4/mathboard.html http://twitter.com/kdumont
    29. 29. Twitter: IEAR 2. Constructivist Apps Teachers Want
    30. 30. Twitter: IEAR Art http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5OLP4nbAVA4&feature=player_embedded
    31. 31. Twitter: IEAR Music http://kevinhoneycutt.org/
    32. 32. Twitter: IEAR iDough
    33. 33. Twitter: IEAR
    34. 34. Twitter: IEAR
    35. 35. Twitter: IEAR http://sites.google.com/site/digitalstorytellingwiththeipad/home Apple Distinguished Educators (l to r) Cindy Huson, Karen Bosch, Sherri Clemens, Jerome Burg, Jim Harmon, Paul Devoto
    36. 36. Twitter: IEAR http://www.apptivities.org/
    37. 37. Twitter: IEAR 3. Programming Apps Teachers Want
    38. 38. Twitter: IEAR Robo Logic 2 HD Not True Programming but Logic is involved!
    39. 39. Twitter: IEAR Sam and Louie Two 7th Grade Students - 2008 http://www.iear.org/iear/2009/6/29/two-7th-grade-student-app-developers-show-48-and-interview-7.html
    40. 40. Twitter: IEAR http://www.mobilelearninginstitute.org/21stcenturyeducation/films/film-elliot-cathie.html The Math Master
    41. 41. Twitter: IEAR http://www.mobilelearninginstitute.org/21stcenturyeducation/films/film-elliot-cathie.html
    42. 42. Twitter: IEAR February 12, 2011
    43. 43. Twitter: IEAR 4. Multiple Device Overlap Teachers Want
    44. 44. Twitter: IEAR
    45. 45. Twitter: IEAR Camera A/B Camera for iPad
    46. 46. Twitter: IEAR
    47. 47. Twitter: IEAR
    48. 48. Twitter: IEAR http://piratalondon.com/boatrace/
    49. 49. Twitter: IEAR With EdApp Certified educational apps, any teacher running the LanSchool Lite console (free to K-20 educational organizations) can perform the following features: • Discover and monitor student devices • View the current EdApp and last visited URL • Monitor student progress through an app or see a final score • See student’s requests for help • Monitor battery status of the device With the paid version of LanSchool v7.4, teachers can perform the following additional features: • Assess student understanding with a built in classroom response system • Send students messages
    50. 50. Twitter: IEAR
    51. 51. Twitter: IEAR 5. Safe and Secure Apps Teachers Want
    52. 52. Twitter: IEAR
    53. 53. Twitter: IEAR
    54. 54. Twitter: IEAR 6. Access the Cloud Better! Teachers Want
    55. 55. Twitter: IEAR Office² HD
    56. 56. Twitter: IEAR Girouard stated: …today we demonstrated new mobile editing capabilities for Google Docs on the Android platform and the iPad. In the next few weeks, co-workers around the world will soon be able to co-edit files simultaneously from an even wider array of devices. http://appadvice.com/appnn/2010/09/google-docs-editing-coming-ipad/ Appadvice.com
    57. 57. Twitter: IEAR
    58. 58. Twitter: IEAR
    59. 59. Twitter: IEAR 7. Please let me print! Teachers Want
    60. 60. Twitter: IEAR Is HP Saving the Day?
    61. 61. Twitter: IEAR “Air Print” Coming Soon? End of 2010 is the Rumor!
    62. 62. Twitter: IEAR 8. Project the Screen from an iPod Touch, iPhone or iPad Teachers Want
    63. 63. Twitter: IEAR Video Projection
    64. 64. Twitter: IEAR Library of Congress Says You Can Jailbreak Your Smartphone http://www.iplawalert.com/2010/08/articles/copyright/library-of-congress-says-you-can-jailbreak-your-smartphone/
    65. 65. Twitter: IEAR 9. Clean Management of the Devices! Teachers Want
    66. 66. Twitter: IEAR Contributed by Patrick Ledesma: http://edtechbytes.com
    67. 67. Twitter: IEAR 1 Computer = 1 Account = No Limit 5 Computers can share 1 Account School’s Original Understanding
    68. 68. Twitter: IEAR
    69. 69. Twitter: IEAR Can you find the “Hole” in this solution?
    70. 70. Twitter: IEAR 1 Computer = 1 Account = No Limit 5 Computers can share 1 Account School’s Original Understanding
    71. 71. Twitter: IEAR http://volume.itunes.apple.com/us/store
    72. 72. Twitter: IEAR Jim Siegl http://twitter.com/jsiegl
    73. 73. Twitter: IEAR
    74. 74. Twitter: IEAR http://volume.itunes.apple.com/us/store 17. Can I move credit from an existing iTunes Store account to a Volume Purchase Program Facilitator account? No, credit cannot be moved between iTunes Store and Volume Purchase Program accounts.
    75. 75. Twitter: IEAR http://volume.itunes.apple.com/us/store What are schools doing with their pre- existing apps that they have purchased and distributed without volume licensing?
    76. 76. Twitter: IEAR
    77. 77. Twitter: IEAR
    78. 78. Twitter: IEAR With EdApp Certified educational apps, any teacher running the LanSchool Lite console (free to K-20 educational organizations) can perform the following features: • Discover and monitor student devices • View the current EdApp and last visited URL • Monitor student progress through an app or see a final score • See student’s requests for help • Monitor battery status of the device With the paid version of LanSchool v7.4, teachers can perform the following additional features: • Assess student understanding with a built in classroom response system • Send students messages
    79. 79. Twitter: IEAR 1.Setup:   http://learninginhand.com/blog/classroom-ipod-touches- ipads-dos-and-donts.html • Issues to think about:   http://learninginhand.com/blog/ipad-iphone-ipod-touch- issues-for-schools.html • Volume Purchase Program:   http://learninginhand.com/blog/app-store-volume- purchase-program-explained.html Tony Vincent
    80. 80. Twitter: IEAR 10. Help finding the best “educational apps” Teachers Want
    81. 81. Twitter: IEAR
    82. 82. Twitter: IEAR http://learninginhand.com/
    83. 83. Twitter: IEAR App Advice
    84. 84. Twitter: IEAR
    85. 85. Twitter: IEAR
    86. 86. Twitter: IEAR
    87. 87. Twitter: IEAR
    88. 88. Twitter: IEAR #IEAR #EDAPP
    89. 89. Twitter: IEAR
    90. 90. Twitter: IEAR Do teachers need traditional laptops or computers or can we provide them with iPads?
    91. 91. Twitter: IEAR
    92. 92. Twitter: IEAR
    93. 93. Twitter: IEAR Let’s do some App Reviews!
    94. 94. Twitter: IEAR We are going to talk “E-Books” and these devices!

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