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PUTTING THE “T” IN STEM
Integrating iPads in the Modern Science Classroom
www.stemedcenter.org
INTRODUCTIONS
Michael Sammartano
★ Director of Technology for SLC
★ 8th Grade Earth Science Teacher
★ MUFSD Director of Innovation
★ App...
Vassili Frantzis
★ Secondary Science and Math Teacher,
more than 18 years experience
★ SLC Professional Development Facili...
Quick Questionnaire
1:1 COMPUTING
Each student is issued a device
which is used to access the
Internet, digital course materials
and digital textbooks both ...
QUICK POLL
Do you currently teach in
a 1:1 environment?
PUTTING THE “T” IN STEM
Integrating iPads in the Modern Science Classroom
STEM
S
T
E
M
cience
echnology
ngineering
athematics
Technology
PUTTING THE “T” IN STEM
Integrating iPads in the Modern Science Classroom
ACTIVITY #1
TAKING PHOTOS
WITH THE IPAD
THE
MARSHMALLOW
CHALLENGE
THE
MARSHMALLOW
CHALLENGE
WHAT YOU GET…
‣ Build the Tallest Freestanding Structure
‣ The Entire Marshmallow Must be on Top
‣ Use as Much or as Little of the Kit
‣...
Tom Wujec
Tom Wujec
marshmallowchallenge.com
Why did we do this activity?
MINI-DOCUMENTARIES
Why iPads?
technology
Papal Conclave 2005Papal Conclave 2013
120,000 Pope-Related
Tweets per minute
How is technology transforming education?
“Proficiency with technology allows students to succeed in
college and careers. The Common Core Standards include
basic te...
Why technology?
1. Engagement in education
2. College and career-readiness
3. New literacies
4. Independent learning
5. Communication and ...
1. Engagement in education
2. College and career-readiness
3. New literacies
4. Independent learning
5. Communication and ...
1. Engagement in education
2. College and career-readiness
3. New literacies
4. Independent learning
5. Communication and ...
1. Engagement in education
2. College and career-readiness
3. New literacies
4. Independent learning
5. Communication and ...
1. Engagement in education
2. College and career-readiness
3. New literacies
4. Independent learning
5. Communication and ...
1. Engagement in education
2. College and career-readiness
3. New literacies
4. Independent learning
5. Communication and ...
“The need to know the capital of Florida
died when my phone learned the answer.”
“...The students of tomorrow need to be a...
1. Engagement in education
2. College and career-readiness
3. New literacies
4. Independent learning
5. Communication and ...
1. Engagement in education
2. College and career-readiness
3. New literacies
4. Independent learning
5. Communication and ...
1. Engagement in education
2. College and career-readiness
3. New literacies
4. Independent learning
5. Communication and ...
1. Engagement in education
2. College and career-readiness
3. New literacies
4. Independent learning
5. Communication and ...
1. Engagement in education
2. College and career-readiness
3. New literacies
4. Independent learning
5. Communication and ...
Why technology?
Why iPads?
It took...
...590 days to sell 1 million iPods.
It took...
...74 days to sell 1 million iPhones.
It took...
...28 days to sell 1 million iPads.
1.4 Million
Apps Available
100 Billion
App Downloads
iPads
82%
Other Tablets
18%
Web
Browsing
65%of schools are either piloting
or deploying iPads
1. Apps, apps, apps!
2. Content Consumption/Creation
3. Constantly Connected
4. Modern Textbook
5. Intuitive and user-frie...
1. Apps, apps, apps!
2. Content Consumption/Creation
3. Constantly Connected
4. Modern Textbook
5. Intuitive and user-frie...
1. Apps, apps, apps!
2. Content Consumption/Creation
3. Constantly Connected
4. Modern Textbook
5. Intuitive and user-frie...
1. Apps, apps, apps!
2. Content Consumption/Creation
3. Constantly Connected
4. Modern Textbook
5. Intuitive and user-frie...
1. Apps, apps, apps!
2. Content Consumption/Creation
3. Constantly Connected
4. Modern Textbook
5. Intuitive and user-frie...
1. Apps, apps, apps!
2. Content Consumption/Creation
3. Constantly Connected
4. Modern Textbook
5. Intuitive and user-frie...
1. Apps, apps, apps!
2. Content Consumption/Creation
3. Constantly Connected
4. Modern Textbook
5. Intuitive and user-frie...
Why iPads?
Why iPads?
CONTENT CREATION
ASSESSMENT
COMMUNICATION
COLLABORATION
SIMULATION
RESEARCH
ANALYSIS
BREAK
PROJECT-BASED
LEARNING SEQUENCE
DIRECT
INSTRUCTION
LEARNING
SEQUENCE
DIRECT
INSTRUCTION
APP
SIMULATION
LEARNING
SEQUENCE
DIRECT
INSTRUCTION
APP
SIMULATION
PROJECT DESIGN
AND
CONSTRUCTION
LEARNING
SEQUENCE
DIRECT
INSTRUCTION
APP
SIMULATION
PROJECT DESIGN
AND
CONSTRUCTION
TESTING, DATA
COLLECTION AND
ANALYSIS
LEARNING
SEQUENCE
DIRECT
INSTRUCTION
APP
SIMULATION
PROJECT DESIGN
AND
CONSTRUCTION
TESTING, DATA
COLLECTION AND
ANALYSIS
DESIGN
MODIFICATIO...
DIRECT
INSTRUCTION
APP
SIMULATION
PROJECT DESIGN
AND
CONSTRUCTION
TESTING, DATA
COLLECTION AND
ANALYSIS
DESIGN
MODIFICATIO...
DIRECT
INSTRUCTION
APP
SIMULATION
PROJECT DESIGN
AND
CONSTRUCTION
TESTING, DATA
COLLECTION AND
ANALYSIS
DESIGN
MODIFICATIO...
AERODYNAMICS
How do airplanes fly?
The Physics of Flight
Forces & Motion
A force is a
push or pull on
an object.
Forces occur in
different forms
What Force is
pulling Lebron
James towards
the floor?
GRAVITY!
Gravity is an invisible
force that pulls objects
towards the ground.
Moving through air is similar to
moving through water.
Objects moving
through the air
experience the
force of Friction.
GRAVITY
DRAG
Gravity & Friction
Resist Flight
LIFT
THRUST
Flight Requires the
Forces of Thrust and Lift
Thrust is a force that sets objects into motion.
How do birds & planes
produce thrust & lift?
Gravity & Friction Resist Motion
Birds generate thrust
with their wings.
Airplanes generate thrust with
powerful engines that burn liquid fuel.
Wings Provide Lift
Fixed Wing Moveable Wing
How do wings
generate Lift?
Notice the pattern of air flow over the wings.
When air flows over a wing it accelerates.
Differences in air pressure
above & below the wing create lift.
LIFT
THRUSTGRAVITY
DRAG
Forces Acting on an Airplane
When the forces of thrust and lift are
greater than the forces of gravity and
drag, birds & planes can fly.
...and dragonflies
Bats too!
Aero!
PROJECT BUILD
Exploring Aerodynamics
Assembling and Flying Balsa Gliders
Trial #1 Trial #2 Trial #3
Number of
Propeller Spins
Flight Time
(Seconds)
Build a line graph showing the
relationship between propeller
spins and flight time.
STEMNEXT GENERATION
SCIENCE STANDARDS
stemedcenter.org/lehman.html
iPad Apps
for Science
The SAMR Model
The SAMR Model
A model designed to help educators infuse
technology into teaching and learning.
Developed by Dr. Ruben Pue...
SUBSTITUTION
Tech acts as a direct substitute, with no functional change.
AUGMENTATION
Tech acts as a direct tool substitu...
TOOLS, DATA, and
SIMULATION
SolarWalk
Spacecraft 3D
Coaster Physics
SeeLevel
The Elements
iCell
iBooks
Mr. Sun
StarWalk
Hurricane HD
ACTIVITY #2
MIXING AND
MEASURING
Instructions, Mixing, and
Measuring
Tools for Measuring
Liquid Volume
Graduated Cylinders for Small Volumes
Beakers for Larger Volumes
Accurate pouring
requires concentration
Meniscus:
The curved surface of
water in a container
SELF-DIRECTED
LEARNING
SELF-DIRECTED
LEARNING
KEYNOTE
SELF-DIRECTED
LEARNING
KEYNOTE iBOOKS
SELF-DIRECTED
LEARNING
KEYNOTE iBOOKS
iBOOKS
AUTHOR
Density of Liquids
Density of Liquids
What is Density?
It’s kind of like how heavy or light something is!
How much MATTER is CRAMMED into a certain space
Densit...
What is Density?
It’s kind of like how heavy or light something is!
How much MATTER is CRAMMED into a certain space
More D...
Constructing a
Density Column
STEP
1
Carefully measure 70 ml of each liquid with syringe
(Corn Oil, Vinegar & Light Corn Syrup)
STEP
2
Gently push liqui...
Density Column
Density Column
Cannonball…check this out!
Sulfur Hexafluoride
DEMO
The iPad as a Document Camera
Density Column
PUTTING THE “T” IN STEM
Integrating iPads in the Modern Science Classroom
www.stemedcenter.org
stemedcenter.org/lehman.html
Bloom’s Taxonomy
Knowledge
Comprehension
Application
Analysis
Synthesis
Evaluation
Remembering
Understanding
Applying
Analyzing
Evaluating
Creating
Remembering
Understanding
Applying
Analyzing
Evaluating
CreatingCreating
CreatingCreat
Student-Created ContentCreat
How can I have my
students express their
learning through iPad
content creation?
How We Learn...
10% of what we READ
20% of what we HEAR
30% of what we SEE
50% of what we SEE and HEAR
70% of what is DISC...
How can my students
become teachers?
iPad Apps for Creation
Pages
iPad Apps for Creation
Keynote
iPad Apps for Creation
Stop Motion Studio
iPad Apps for Creation
Sock Puppets
iPad Apps for Creation
TypeDrawing
iPad Apps for Creation
Educreations
iPad Apps for Creation
Videolicious
iPads as Assessment Tools
iPads as Assessment Tools
Sample Multiple Choice Question
Which of the following objects
does the Earth revolve around?
A. Mars
B. The Moon
C. A Bla...
Sample Multiple Choice Question
Which part of the cell controls the
activities inside the cell?
A. Cytoplasm
B. Nucleus
C....
ACTIVITY
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
Climate Change
Fossil Fuels
Renewable Energy
Recycling
Pollution
Natural Resources
BITUMINOUS COAL
ANTHRACITE COAL
OUR CHOICE
PROJECT-BASED LEARNING
and
THE NEXT GENERATION
SCIENCE STANDARDS
THE HEAT
LOSS PROJECT
ENERGY ?
What is
ENERGY ?
is the ability to do work.
is motion.
ENERGY ?
Heat (thermal)
Light (radiant)
Mechanical (machines)
Electrical
Chemical
Atomic (nuclear)
Sound
ENERGY ?TYPES OF
Heat (thermal)
Light (radiant)
Mechanical (machines)
Electrical
Chemical
Atomic (nuclear)
Sound
ENERGY ?TYPES OF
THE HEAT
LOSS PROJECT
ELECTRO-
MAGNETISM
Electricity and Circuits
Electricity and Circuits
Electricity
A form of energy resulting from the movement of electrons.
Energy Blues
Atoms contain Protons,
Neutrons & Electrons
Electrons make Electricity
Two Types of Electricity
1. Static Electricity
2. Current Electricity
Static Electricity
Current Electricity
The movement of electrons through a material such as a wire
Electric Circuit: a complete path through ...
Current electricity flows through a
pathway called a circuit
Circuits are made from materials called conductors (metals su...
Using a Spring Board to make a Circuit
Springs
Battery
Battery
Every circuit needs a source of electricity.
Lamp
Notice the direction of the arrows
Build a series circuit with one Lamp
Lamp
Build a series circuit with two Lamps
Lamp
Build a series circuit with three Lamps
Using electricity to make magnets
Using electricity to make magnets
Building an Electromagnet
Michael Sammartano
EMAIL: Mike@STEMEdCenter.org
TWITTER: @MikeSammartano
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  1. 1. PUTTING THE “T” IN STEM Integrating iPads in the Modern Science Classroom
  2. 2. www.stemedcenter.org
  3. 3. INTRODUCTIONS
  4. 4. Michael Sammartano ★ Director of Technology for SLC ★ 8th Grade Earth Science Teacher ★ MUFSD Director of Innovation ★ Apple Distinguished Educator ★ Google Certified Teacher ★ AppoLearning Expert
  5. 5. Vassili Frantzis ★ Secondary Science and Math Teacher, more than 18 years experience ★ SLC Professional Development Facilitator ★ Experienced in Classroom and 1:1 iPad Integration
  6. 6. Quick Questionnaire
  7. 7. 1:1 COMPUTING
  8. 8. Each student is issued a device which is used to access the Internet, digital course materials and digital textbooks both in school and at home. 1:1 COMPUTING
  9. 9. QUICK POLL Do you currently teach in a 1:1 environment?
  10. 10. PUTTING THE “T” IN STEM Integrating iPads in the Modern Science Classroom
  11. 11. STEM
  12. 12. S T E M cience echnology ngineering athematics
  13. 13. Technology
  14. 14. PUTTING THE “T” IN STEM Integrating iPads in the Modern Science Classroom
  15. 15. ACTIVITY #1
  16. 16. TAKING PHOTOS WITH THE IPAD
  17. 17. THE MARSHMALLOW CHALLENGE
  18. 18. THE MARSHMALLOW CHALLENGE
  19. 19. WHAT YOU GET…
  20. 20. ‣ Build the Tallest Freestanding Structure ‣ The Entire Marshmallow Must be on Top ‣ Use as Much or as Little of the Kit ‣ Break up the Spaghetti, String or Tape ‣ The Challenge Lasts 18 minutes ‣ Document the activity by taking photos before, during, and afterwards THE CHALLENGE
  21. 21. Tom Wujec
  22. 22. Tom Wujec marshmallowchallenge.com
  23. 23. Why did we do this activity?
  24. 24. MINI-DOCUMENTARIES
  25. 25. Why iPads? technology
  26. 26. Papal Conclave 2005Papal Conclave 2013 120,000 Pope-Related Tweets per minute
  27. 27. How is technology transforming education?
  28. 28. “Proficiency with technology allows students to succeed in college and careers. The Common Core Standards include basic technology skills to help them succeed; but in the bigger picture, they call for students to use technology to help them learn in all areas.” “Whether it be using tools to solve math problems, to access information, or to promote literacy and communication skills, technology is part of the learning solution. It needs to be viewed that way rather than a separate competency.” -James Brock
  29. 29. Why technology?
  30. 30. 1. Engagement in education 2. College and career-readiness 3. New literacies 4. Independent learning 5. Communication and collaboration 6. Real-world connections Why technology?
  31. 31. 1. Engagement in education 2. College and career-readiness 3. New literacies 4. Independent learning 5. Communication and collaboration 6. Real-world connections Why technology?
  32. 32. 1. Engagement in education 2. College and career-readiness 3. New literacies 4. Independent learning 5. Communication and collaboration 6. Real-world connections Why technology?
  33. 33. 1. Engagement in education 2. College and career-readiness 3. New literacies 4. Independent learning 5. Communication and collaboration 6. Real-world connections Why technology?
  34. 34. 1. Engagement in education 2. College and career-readiness 3. New literacies 4. Independent learning 5. Communication and collaboration 6. Real-world connections Why technology?
  35. 35. 1. Engagement in education 2. College and career-readiness 3. New literacies 4. Independent learning 5. Communication and collaboration 6. Real-world connections Why technology?
  36. 36. “The need to know the capital of Florida died when my phone learned the answer.” “...The students of tomorrow need to be able to think creatively: they will need to learn on their own, adapt to new challenges and innovate on-the-fly.” -Anthony Chivetta
  37. 37. 1. Engagement in education 2. College and career-readiness 3. New literacies 4. Independent learning 5. Communication and collaboration 6. Real-world connections Why technology?
  38. 38. 1. Engagement in education 2. College and career-readiness 3. New literacies 4. Independent learning 5. Communication and collaboration 6. Real-world connections Why technology?
  39. 39. 1. Engagement in education 2. College and career-readiness 3. New literacies 4. Independent learning 5. Communication and collaboration 6. Real-world connections Why technology?
  40. 40. 1. Engagement in education 2. College and career-readiness 3. New literacies 4. Independent learning 5. Communication and collaboration 6. Real-world connections Why technology?
  41. 41. 1. Engagement in education 2. College and career-readiness 3. New literacies 4. Independent learning 5. Communication and collaboration 6. Real-world connections Why technology?
  42. 42. Why technology?
  43. 43. Why iPads?
  44. 44. It took... ...590 days to sell 1 million iPods.
  45. 45. It took... ...74 days to sell 1 million iPhones.
  46. 46. It took... ...28 days to sell 1 million iPads.
  47. 47. 1.4 Million Apps Available
  48. 48. 100 Billion App Downloads
  49. 49. iPads 82% Other Tablets 18% Web Browsing
  50. 50. 65%of schools are either piloting or deploying iPads
  51. 51. 1. Apps, apps, apps! 2. Content Consumption/Creation 3. Constantly Connected 4. Modern Textbook 5. Intuitive and user-friendly 6. Endless possibilities Why iPads?
  52. 52. 1. Apps, apps, apps! 2. Content Consumption/Creation 3. Constantly Connected 4. Modern Textbook 5. Intuitive and user-friendly 6. Endless possibilities Why iPads?
  53. 53. 1. Apps, apps, apps! 2. Content Consumption/Creation 3. Constantly Connected 4. Modern Textbook 5. Intuitive and user-friendly 6. Endless possibilities Why iPads?
  54. 54. 1. Apps, apps, apps! 2. Content Consumption/Creation 3. Constantly Connected 4. Modern Textbook 5. Intuitive and user-friendly 6. Endless possibilities Why iPads?
  55. 55. 1. Apps, apps, apps! 2. Content Consumption/Creation 3. Constantly Connected 4. Modern Textbook 5. Intuitive and user-friendly 6. Endless possibilities Why iPads?
  56. 56. 1. Apps, apps, apps! 2. Content Consumption/Creation 3. Constantly Connected 4. Modern Textbook 5. Intuitive and user-friendly 6. Endless possibilities Why iPads?
  57. 57. 1. Apps, apps, apps! 2. Content Consumption/Creation 3. Constantly Connected 4. Modern Textbook 5. Intuitive and user-friendly 6. Endless possibilities Why iPads?
  58. 58. Why iPads?
  59. 59. Why iPads?
  60. 60. CONTENT CREATION ASSESSMENT COMMUNICATION COLLABORATION SIMULATION RESEARCH ANALYSIS
  61. 61. BREAK
  62. 62. PROJECT-BASED LEARNING SEQUENCE
  63. 63. DIRECT INSTRUCTION LEARNING SEQUENCE
  64. 64. DIRECT INSTRUCTION APP SIMULATION LEARNING SEQUENCE
  65. 65. DIRECT INSTRUCTION APP SIMULATION PROJECT DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION LEARNING SEQUENCE
  66. 66. DIRECT INSTRUCTION APP SIMULATION PROJECT DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION TESTING, DATA COLLECTION AND ANALYSIS LEARNING SEQUENCE
  67. 67. DIRECT INSTRUCTION APP SIMULATION PROJECT DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION TESTING, DATA COLLECTION AND ANALYSIS DESIGN MODIFICATION LEARNING SEQUENCE
  68. 68. DIRECT INSTRUCTION APP SIMULATION PROJECT DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION TESTING, DATA COLLECTION AND ANALYSIS DESIGN MODIFICATION MORE TESTING, DATA COLLECTION AND ANALYSIS LEARNING SEQUENCE
  69. 69. DIRECT INSTRUCTION APP SIMULATION PROJECT DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION TESTING, DATA COLLECTION AND ANALYSIS DESIGN MODIFICATION MORE TESTING, DATA COLLECTION AND ANALYSIS COMMUNICATING LEARNING LEARNING SEQUENCE
  70. 70. AERODYNAMICS
  71. 71. How do airplanes fly?
  72. 72. The Physics of Flight Forces & Motion
  73. 73. A force is a push or pull on an object. Forces occur in different forms
  74. 74. What Force is pulling Lebron James towards the floor? GRAVITY!
  75. 75. Gravity is an invisible force that pulls objects towards the ground.
  76. 76. Moving through air is similar to moving through water.
  77. 77. Objects moving through the air experience the force of Friction.
  78. 78. GRAVITY DRAG Gravity & Friction Resist Flight
  79. 79. LIFT THRUST Flight Requires the Forces of Thrust and Lift
  80. 80. Thrust is a force that sets objects into motion.
  81. 81. How do birds & planes produce thrust & lift?
  82. 82. Gravity & Friction Resist Motion Birds generate thrust with their wings.
  83. 83. Airplanes generate thrust with powerful engines that burn liquid fuel.
  84. 84. Wings Provide Lift Fixed Wing Moveable Wing
  85. 85. How do wings generate Lift?
  86. 86. Notice the pattern of air flow over the wings. When air flows over a wing it accelerates.
  87. 87. Differences in air pressure above & below the wing create lift.
  88. 88. LIFT THRUSTGRAVITY DRAG Forces Acting on an Airplane
  89. 89. When the forces of thrust and lift are greater than the forces of gravity and drag, birds & planes can fly.
  90. 90. ...and dragonflies
  91. 91. Bats too!
  92. 92. Aero!
  93. 93. PROJECT BUILD
  94. 94. Exploring Aerodynamics Assembling and Flying Balsa Gliders
  95. 95. Trial #1 Trial #2 Trial #3 Number of Propeller Spins Flight Time (Seconds)
  96. 96. Build a line graph showing the relationship between propeller spins and flight time.
  97. 97. STEMNEXT GENERATION SCIENCE STANDARDS
  98. 98. stemedcenter.org/lehman.html
  99. 99. iPad Apps for Science
  100. 100. The SAMR Model
  101. 101. The SAMR Model A model designed to help educators infuse technology into teaching and learning. Developed by Dr. Ruben Puentedura, the model supports and enables teachers to design, develop, and infuse digital learning experiences that utilize technology.
  102. 102. SUBSTITUTION Tech acts as a direct substitute, with no functional change. AUGMENTATION Tech acts as a direct tool substitute, with with functional improvement. MODIFICATION Tech allows for significant task redesign. REDEFINITION Tech allows for creation of new tasks, previously inconceivable.
  103. 103. TOOLS, DATA, and SIMULATION
  104. 104. SolarWalk
  105. 105. Spacecraft 3D
  106. 106. Coaster Physics
  107. 107. SeeLevel
  108. 108. The Elements
  109. 109. iCell
  110. 110. iBooks
  111. 111. Mr. Sun
  112. 112. StarWalk
  113. 113. Hurricane HD
  114. 114. ACTIVITY #2
  115. 115. MIXING AND MEASURING
  116. 116. Instructions, Mixing, and Measuring
  117. 117. Tools for Measuring Liquid Volume
  118. 118. Graduated Cylinders for Small Volumes
  119. 119. Beakers for Larger Volumes
  120. 120. Accurate pouring requires concentration
  121. 121. Meniscus: The curved surface of water in a container
  122. 122. SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING
  123. 123. SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING KEYNOTE
  124. 124. SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING KEYNOTE iBOOKS
  125. 125. SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING KEYNOTE iBOOKS iBOOKS AUTHOR
  126. 126. Density of Liquids
  127. 127. Density of Liquids
  128. 128. What is Density? It’s kind of like how heavy or light something is! How much MATTER is CRAMMED into a certain space Density = Mass Volume
  129. 129. What is Density? It’s kind of like how heavy or light something is! How much MATTER is CRAMMED into a certain space More Dense Less Dense
  130. 130. Constructing a Density Column
  131. 131. STEP 1 Carefully measure 70 ml of each liquid with syringe (Corn Oil, Vinegar & Light Corn Syrup) STEP 2 Gently push liquid into your water bottle STEP 3 Observe what happens with the different layers of liquids Procedure At each station, complete the following steps.
  132. 132. Density Column
  133. 133. Density Column
  134. 134. Cannonball…check this out!
  135. 135. Sulfur Hexafluoride
  136. 136. DEMO The iPad as a Document Camera
  137. 137. Density Column
  138. 138. PUTTING THE “T” IN STEM Integrating iPads in the Modern Science Classroom
  139. 139. www.stemedcenter.org
  140. 140. stemedcenter.org/lehman.html
  141. 141. Bloom’s Taxonomy
  142. 142. Knowledge Comprehension Application Analysis Synthesis Evaluation
  143. 143. Remembering Understanding Applying Analyzing Evaluating Creating
  144. 144. Remembering Understanding Applying Analyzing Evaluating CreatingCreating
  145. 145. CreatingCreat
  146. 146. Student-Created ContentCreat
  147. 147. How can I have my students express their learning through iPad content creation?
  148. 148. How We Learn... 10% of what we READ 20% of what we HEAR 30% of what we SEE 50% of what we SEE and HEAR 70% of what is DISCUSSED with OTHERS 80% of what is EXPERIENCED PERSONALLY 95% of what we TEACH TO SOMEONE ELSE -William Glasser
  149. 149. How can my students become teachers?
  150. 150. iPad Apps for Creation
  151. 151. Pages
  152. 152. iPad Apps for Creation
  153. 153. Keynote
  154. 154. iPad Apps for Creation
  155. 155. Stop Motion Studio
  156. 156. iPad Apps for Creation
  157. 157. Sock Puppets
  158. 158. iPad Apps for Creation
  159. 159. TypeDrawing
  160. 160. iPad Apps for Creation
  161. 161. Educreations
  162. 162. iPad Apps for Creation
  163. 163. Videolicious
  164. 164. iPads as Assessment Tools
  165. 165. iPads as Assessment Tools
  166. 166. Sample Multiple Choice Question Which of the following objects does the Earth revolve around? A. Mars B. The Moon C. A Black Hole D. The Sun
  167. 167. Sample Multiple Choice Question Which part of the cell controls the activities inside the cell? A. Cytoplasm B. Nucleus C. Cell membrane D. Cell wall
  168. 168. ACTIVITY
  169. 169. ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Climate Change Fossil Fuels Renewable Energy Recycling Pollution Natural Resources
  170. 170. BITUMINOUS COAL ANTHRACITE COAL
  171. 171. OUR CHOICE
  172. 172. PROJECT-BASED LEARNING and THE NEXT GENERATION SCIENCE STANDARDS
  173. 173. THE HEAT LOSS PROJECT
  174. 174. ENERGY ? What is
  175. 175. ENERGY ? is the ability to do work.
  176. 176. is motion. ENERGY ?
  177. 177. Heat (thermal) Light (radiant) Mechanical (machines) Electrical Chemical Atomic (nuclear) Sound ENERGY ?TYPES OF
  178. 178. Heat (thermal) Light (radiant) Mechanical (machines) Electrical Chemical Atomic (nuclear) Sound ENERGY ?TYPES OF
  179. 179. THE HEAT LOSS PROJECT
  180. 180. ELECTRO- MAGNETISM
  181. 181. Electricity and Circuits
  182. 182. Electricity and Circuits
  183. 183. Electricity A form of energy resulting from the movement of electrons. Energy Blues
  184. 184. Atoms contain Protons, Neutrons & Electrons Electrons make Electricity
  185. 185. Two Types of Electricity 1. Static Electricity 2. Current Electricity
  186. 186. Static Electricity
  187. 187. Current Electricity The movement of electrons through a material such as a wire Electric Circuit: a complete path through which electrons can easily move.
  188. 188. Current electricity flows through a pathway called a circuit Circuits are made from materials called conductors (metals such as copper & gold) through which electrons easily move.
  189. 189. Using a Spring Board to make a Circuit Springs Battery
  190. 190. Battery Every circuit needs a source of electricity.
  191. 191. Lamp Notice the direction of the arrows Build a series circuit with one Lamp
  192. 192. Lamp Build a series circuit with two Lamps
  193. 193. Lamp Build a series circuit with three Lamps
  194. 194. Using electricity to make magnets
  195. 195. Using electricity to make magnets
  196. 196. Building an Electromagnet
  197. 197. Michael Sammartano EMAIL: Mike@STEMEdCenter.org TWITTER: @MikeSammartano

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