#IRClll iPads #IRC2012Changing the Way Young LearnersRead,View and Access Information Kristin Ziemke Fastabend
Burley School Chicago Public School PK-8 550 students 45% low income2010: 32 iPad 1’s shared between 1251st and 2nd grade students2011: 1-to-1 in 1st & 5th with iPad 2, sharedcarts for 2nd, 3rd & 4th
Google Spreadsheet Students engage in aback channel discussion during a read aloud of Bones.
Blogging•Social interaction•Post a discussionquestion•Back channeldiscussion•Leave tracks ofthinking•Strategy reﬂection•Use other blogs asmentor texts
Minilesson review/instructional video Post to classroom website or upload to iPad
Pages Students studied 5 images and chose one to write about. Students emailed their assessments.By Ella! When the chief died they put him in the totem. Even if he died, the chief I used these watched over them. assessments to identify growth and development and areas that needed re-teaching.
iPads and Reading Fluency Students who read ﬂuently are better readers, have higher comprehension, possess positive attitudes toward readingand are more likely to read for enjoyment. (NAEP, 1993) Recorder HD
Students read & record selections from their poetry binderBlue FiRe
Reﬂection videos• Tool for understanding and assessing thinking• Extends time with students• Provides information for future instruction