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Mobile devices and literacy

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  • One of us will monitor. If you have questions or pressing concerns, put it in the back channel. Go to your browser and type in address - go to room called, apps\n\nWho’s in the room? grade level - excited about what?\n
  • (communication folder) \nSwitch to ipad screen to see results\n(Set up socrative poll)\n
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  • Kathy Shirley, technology director for the Escondido Union School District near San Diego, observed a teacher conducting "fluency assessments" of her students, spending a full day in individual sessions with students, marking on worksheets the pace, accuracy, and expression of each student’s reading.Voice recording using the iPod provides that instant feedback loop, as students can easily record their fluency practice and listen immediately to the voice recording. It's difficult, especially for struggling readers, to 'step outside themselves' during the moment of reading. They are concentrating so hard at the act of reading that they have no idea what they really sound like. The iPod does something that even the teacher cannot do, provide a means for the student to receive feedback by listening to their own recordings. The iPod is very much like a mirror for students.\n\nhttp://www.edutopia.org/ipod-technology-improving-reading-skills\n
  • Students listen and self-assess their own reading as well as listen to reading passages of other students. Data is save and recorded in a reading log in a google form.\n\nBucket of 6 ipods in classroom, task cards, earbuds, each ipod has an email account\n
  • To see how this works, 1 person at each table fill out the form for the reading log. The rest of you can try out voice memo and let’s watach the results come in. \n\nScript for Google Spreadsheet:\n\nInsert script and search for “sort”\nInstall “sort form responses” and use from spreadsheet\nList tab is created\nRefresh after first entry is submitted to spreadsheet\nNames will appear at bottom \n
  • To see how this works, 1 person at each table fill out the form for the reading log. The rest of you can try out voice memo and let’s watach the results come in. \n\nScript for Google Spreadsheet:\n\nInsert script and search for “sort”\nInstall “sort form responses” and use from spreadsheet\nList tab is created\nRefresh after first entry is submitted to spreadsheet\nNames will appear at bottom \n
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  • Record something and email to your self\n
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  • Can be displayed as posters, photo gallery, on the web, create book of language concepts\n\nAlphabet book - take photo of letter and say a is for ...\n
  • Post your literacy activity in Today’s meet\n
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  • In this class students had read the story, “Mr. Popper’s Penguins. Teacher asked students to re-tell 5 major scenes from the story using the Story Kit app ...\nShow web samples from Mr. Popper project. Have them up in the browser\n
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  • Demo on Doc cam...\n
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  • In Today’s Meet, share a way you could use Story Kit to improve student literacy for your grade level. Use Story Kit to draw a scene from one of your favorite stories. Email your one page story to yourself, so you can see how it gets shared. share?\n
  • Check to see if on ipod touches, ipad\n
  • Choose number of students at your table\nBackchannel when not using sotrykit\n
  • Connect to ePub and interactive whiteboards.\n
  • Open 2nd grade project in iBooks\nCreate book on ipad\nhttps://sites.google.com/a/apps.district279.org/publishing-ideas/file-cabinet\n\n
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  • Encourage 6 people to start at each iPad activity. When a seat opens, move in. Create a literacy activity using the app. Post the activity in Today’s meet (link, description, etc)\n
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  • (communication folder) \nSwitch to ipad screen to see results\n(Set up socrative poll)\n
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  • Why we picked the apps we did. How to sort through all of the apps out there?\n
  • Why we picked the apps we did. How to sort through all of the apps out there?\n

Collaborating, Creating, and Publishing to Improve Literacy Collaborating, Creating, and Publishing to Improve Literacy Presentation Transcript

  • Collaborating, Creating, and Publishing to Improve LiteracyLaurie Toll • Technology Integration Specialist • Weaver Lake Elementary Tom Brandt • Technology Integration Specialist • Osseo Area Schools
  • The Back Channel...What are youmost excitedabout learningtoday? http://todaysmeet.com/apps
  • Poll• Click on the Socrative Polling App• Type in this room number 45104
  • What is the best literacy app?
  • YOU!
  • Voice Memo Fre eA pp !• Fluency practice• Instant feedback loop
  • Reading Rocks! Project• Record a one minute passage using Voice Memo• Replay the recording and listen• Self-assess fluency using a checklist/reading log• eMail audio recording to teacher
  • Reading Log
  • Reading Log
  • Set up• Task Cards• 6 ipods• iPod charger• Earbuds• Email on devices
  • Your Turn! Record in Voice Memo Email to yourself
  • Comic Touch Lite Fre eA pp !• Letter Recognition• Inferences
  • Letter Recognition
  • Inferences Hurry! Bury it before someone sees it! Students hide their first geocache
  • Your Turn! Open Comic Touch Take or add photo Add talk bubbles a nd a capt ion Post your literacy twist to Today’s Meet!
  • Story Kit Fre eA pp !• Summarize• Identify Similarities and Differences• Create Similes• Write an Opinion Piece
  • SummarizeMr. Popper’sPenguinsMrs. Blue’s 4thGra de Class
  • Summarize Sheep Disse Eye ction Mr. M acPha6th G il’sClass rade
  • Create Similes My Book of SimilesMrs. Caven’s 1st Grade Class
  • Similarities and Differences Frog and To ad Mrs. H1st G augst rade ad’s Class
  • Write an Opinion Piece
  • Your Turn! e a scene f rom your Creat favorite story Paint a picture Add text or audio Email the Story to Yourself!
  • StoryLines Fre eA pp !• Vocabulary• Writing
  • StoryLines• First person writes a common saying• Device passed to next student• Next student draws a picture to go with saying• Next student writes a sentence to go with picture• Continues around the circle until all students have participated
  • iPad only Apps• Book Creator• Screen Chomp
  • Book Creator• Write• Create ePub• Read
  • Screen Chomp Fre eA pp !• Explain• Describe• Annotate
  • Breakout Activities...• Book Creator• Screen Chomp• iPod Touch Apps
  • Exit Poll• Click on the Socrative Polling App• Type in this room number 45104
  • Collaborating, Creating, and Publishing to Improve LiteracyLaurie Toll • Technology Integration Specialist • Weaver Lake Elementary Tom Brandt • Technology Integration Specialist • Osseo Area Schools