Designing iPad lessons [jan2014_shared]_rebamatthews

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Do you know what the key to finding the right apps for your classroom? The most important thing you can do is to look at your goals and objectives first. In this webinar, we will share tips and strategies for helping you design and develop standards-based lessons by looking at your objectives first. Then we will discuss how to search for the appropriate free and low-cost apps that will support student learning as iPads and the most suitable apps are integrated into the curriculum.

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Designing iPad lessons [jan2014_shared]_rebamatthews

  1. 1. Presented by Reba Gordon Matthews Designing Effective iPad Lessons: Focus on the Objective, Not the App Part III
  2. 2. About Me Currently: •iPad Educational Consultant •Regional Educational Consultant – Scholastic, Inc. •Online Adjunct Instructor – Ashford University •Exec. Dir. & Co-Founder of The Jamal Gordon-Hill Foundation Former: •Teacher & Educational Technologist •NASA Explorer School Team Leader & Teacher http://explorerschools.nasa.gov/
  3. 3. Technology Integration: Not About the Device OR the Apps Transform Classroom Practice with iPad Technologies in the Elementary Classroom http://naomiharm.org
  4. 4. Getting Started / Management Choosing Standards Spotlight Lessons: • Phonics / Spelling • Science: Cells Successes and Challenges Resources Agenda
  5. 5. Number Those iPads! Why? •Organized Collection •Assign student to iPads •Locate Student Work / Photos •Locate of Data for Reports/ Sharing •Repository of Academic Support •Differentiate Instruction
  6. 6. Number Those iPads! How? Design a wallpaper screen with your desired numbering or labeling system.
  7. 7. Number Those iPads! 2 3 1 Why? Differentiated Instruction 4
  8. 8. Use a Generic Email Why? •Utilize cloud storage (Dropbox, Evernote, etc.) •Email reports when apps allow •Utilize web-based applications ( Ex: BrainPop ) •Access to email required application/programs Dropbox Evernote BrainPop What? •Email for student use (123myschool@gmail.com) •Teachers have the “email” password (Security) •Students use a different password for iPad applications VoiceThread
  9. 9. Organize Your Teaching Apps • Frequent Use • Grouped by Subject Area • Project Specific
  10. 10. Group Apps by Subject
  11. 11. Arcade-Type Apps School Home
  12. 12. Creating Standard-Based Lessons How? 1. Look at your state standards. By the end of the year, my students need to know……. 2.What standards are challenging for your students ? 3.Choose (1) subject area at a time. California ELA Content Standards http://www.cde.ca.gov/be/st/ss/
  13. 13. Spotlight Lessons Spelling / Phonics Lesson Kndg. – 1st Grades ( Can be used in other grades ) Concept Development Lesson Science Topic: Cells (3rd – 12th Grades) Notes Notes iCell Screen Chomp Video Biology My Spelling Test BrainPop ABC Phonics Word Family 3D Cell Stain Mail (Optional) Video Science Evernote iBook
  14. 14. Spotlight Lessons Writing Lesson 2nd Grade. – 12th Grades Evernote Notes My Spelling Test iBook
  15. 15. Kindergarten and 1st Grade English-Language Arts Standards Phonemic Awareness Decoding •Track words w/ 2-3 sounds •Match sounds to letters •Distinguish one syllable words •Read 1-syllable words •Respond to oral prompts •Understand letter – sound connection -identify/produce rhyming words •Sound short-vowel pattern •Beginning – middle – ending sounds •Read 1-syllable words •Create rhyming words •Understand vowel diagraphs – read words •Segment 1-syllable words •Read word families
  16. 16. Phonic & Spelling Lesson (K-1) Lesson Plan “Riddle Spelling” Student Grouping: Whole Class OR Small Groups Objectives: 1. Respond to oral prompts to spell words from specific word families 2. Produce rhyming words within specific word families 3. Practice independently selecting letters to complete words from specific word families
  17. 17. Phonic & Spelling Lesson (K-1) “at” Word Famly Procedures: 2. Teacher prompts students to type word family - “at” using Notes app 3. Teacher writes “at” on Screen Chomp whiteboard.
  18. 18. Phonic & Spelling Lesson (K-1) “at” Word Family Riddle Notes Screen Chomp
  19. 19. Phonic & Spelling Lesson (K-1) “at” Word Family Students clap out the letters of the words,
  20. 20. Phonic & Spelling Lesson (K-1) “at” Word Family Spelling FREE Procedures: (Preparation for lesson) 1.Teacher prepares a word family spelling list.
  21. 21. Phonic & Spelling Lesson (K-1) “at” Word Family My Spelling Test FREE Procedures: 11. Students take the test.
  22. 22. Phonic & Spelling Lesson (K-1) Assessment & Teaching Decisions Procedures: 12. Review and/or Email Test Results to Teacher / Parents.
  23. 23. Phonic & Spelling Lesson (K-1) Independent Practice ABC Phonics Word Family Procedures: 13. Students work individually or pairs practicing phonemic awareness skills.
  24. 24. Phonic & Spelling Lesson (K-1) Independent Practice Procedures: 14. Students work individually or in pairs practicing phonemic awareness skills. 15. Review progress report.
  25. 25. Phonic & Spelling Lesson (K-1) Guided Teaching/ Re-teaching/ Assessments Data Provides Info both apps for Small Group Instruction
  26. 26. Concept Development Lesson (3rd – 12th Grades ) Science Standards (CA) – Cell & Its Structure Life Sciences – 3rd – 6th Grades •Plant and animal structures – different functions (3rd). •Ecosystems and their components (4th). •Plant and animal structures & their functions (5th). •Multicellular organisms – transport of materials (5th). •Classify objects – according to criteria (5th).
  27. 27. Concept Development Lesson (3rd – 12th Grades ) Science Standards Cell Biology - - 7th Grade Genetics - - 7th Grade All living organisms - composed of cells DNA – genetic material - - located in chromosomes Cells function same in living organisms Distinguish plant cells / animal cells Nucleus (plants & animal) - genetic information Mitochondria – energy center Chloroplast – energy for photosynthesis Mitosis – cell division Cell Differentiation Structure and Function in Living Systems Plants & Animals have structural organization -- cells, etc. Investigation and Experimentation Construct labeled cell diagram
  28. 28. Concept Development Lesson (3rd – 12th Grades ) Lesson Plan “What is a Cell?” Student Grouping: Whole Class OR Small Groups Objectives: Students will be able to: •Develop a list of words that display their understanding of cells •Reorganize the list into categories based on attributions •Develop a deeper understanding of the given concept •Develop personal learning informational units •Expand their understanding of a given concept
  29. 29. Concept Development Lesson (3rd – 12th Grades ) Topic: The Cell Purpose? increase vocabulary focus clarify ideas participation
  30. 30. Concept Development Lesson (3rd – 12th Grades ) Topic: The Cells Procedures: Beginning Word Concept Work
  31. 31. Concept Development Lesson (3rd – 12th Grades ) Topic: The Cells 3D - CellStain Procedures: Obtain additional background knowledge – interaction w/ cell apps.
  32. 32. Concept Development Lesson (3rd – 12th Grades ) Topic: The Cells Manipulate the 3-D Cell
  33. 33. Concept Development Lesson (3rd – 12th Grades ) Topic: The Cells Procedures: Interaction with cell diagram
  34. 34. Concept Development Lesson (3rd – 12th Grades ) Topic: The Cells Procedures: Students add any new words to their list
  35. 35. Concept Development Lesson (3rd – 12th Grades ) Topic: The Cells iCell Procedures: Obtain additional background knowledge – interaction w/ cell apps.
  36. 36. Concept Development Lesson (3rd – 12th Grades ) Topic: The Cells Manipulate the 3-D Cell
  37. 37. Concept Development Lesson (3rd – 12th Grades ) Topic: The Cells Manipulate Animal 3-D Cell 1 2 Basic Reading Level
  38. 38. Concept Development Lesson (3rd – 12th Grades ) Topic: The Cells Manipulate Animal 3-D Cell 1 2 Basic Reading Level
  39. 39. Concept Development Lesson (3rd – 12th Grades ) Topic: The Cells Manipulate Animal 3-D Cell 1 Intermediate 2 Reading Level
  40. 40. Concept Development Lesson (3rd – 12th Grades ) Topic: The Cells Manipulate Animal 3-D Cell 1 Advanced 2 Reading Level
  41. 41. Concept Development Lesson (3rd – 12th Grades ) Topic: The Cells Notes Procedures: Return to word concept development list – add more words Repeat Steps.
  42. 42. Concept Development Lesson (3rd – 12th Grades ) Topic: The Cells BrainPop (School Subscription) Procedures: (Choose which video app / websites to gain additional information.) 9. Watch “Cells”. 10. Take Quiz
  43. 43. Concept Development Lesson (3rd – 12th Grades ) Topic: The Cells Video Biology Procedures: 9. Watch “Properties of Life”. (Best for Middle – High School)
  44. 44. Additional Cell Learning Videos Learn about Cells – Baresville Elem School – Hanover, PA (Jan 2010) (student narration) http://www.schooltube.com/video/bbdd080e776944e1b7b2/Learn%20about%20Cells Inside a Cell – (Star Trek style video) http://www.schooltube.com/video/bbdd080e776944e1b7b2/Learn%20about%20Cells Cell Membranes and Cell Walls (HS) by 1st Baptist Church of Marquett http://www.schooltube.com/video/8119e6e81aba545f2bbb/Cell%20membranes%20and%20Cell%20 Walls Mrs. Enny-Tully's Class - Plant Cell Photostory (Introduction) http://www.schooltube.com/video/fed0bc8bd631b7ad4587/ Mrs. Enny-Tully's Class - Plant Cell Photostory (Vacuole) http://www.schooltube.com/video/cab7382549945be1e0e4/ Introductory Cell structure by Kearny Senior High School The Cell is Like a City – Dunkirk Middle School 5- HS http://www.schooltube.com/video/309d4627a98ff28b8927/The%20Cell%20is%20like%20a%20City Cells – (Discusses Animal and Plant Cells) http://www.teachertube.com/viewVideo.php?video_id=125855
  45. 45. Concept Development Lesson (3rd – 12th Grades ) Topic: The Cells Safari Evernote Procedures: 9.Place “cell” video clip links into Evernote. 10. Students watch video clips from the website list. (School Tube & Teacher Tube)
  46. 46. Watching Learning Videos Safari
  47. 47. Concept Development Lesson (3rd – 12th Grades ) Topic: The Cells Notes Procedures: Return to word concept development list – add more words.
  48. 48. Concept Development Lesson (3rd – 12th Grades ) Topic: The Cells Procedures: . Students continue interacting with cell apps and videos, while adding words to list. Students group their words into self-determined categories. Sample Grouping (First Grouping) Nucleus Mitochondria Golgi Bacteria Control center DNA RNA power house energy packaging transport secretion protein nucleoid germs flagella tail moves Kinds of Cells Animal Red White Brain nerve nucleus mitochondria golgi body Plant nucleus mitochondria golgi body
  49. 49. Concept Development Lesson (3rd – 12th Grades ) Topic: The Cells Tell Us What You Learned – An Assessment Tool Essay Writing Activity
  50. 50. Concept Development Lesson (3rd – 12th Grades ) Topic: The Cells Show You What I Learned – An Assessment Tool http://www.screenchomp.com/t/q2eQ5lC7L Video Creation Activity
  51. 51. Other Sites for Building Background Knowledge CompassLearning Odyssey http://www.compasslearning.com/sample-activities
  52. 52. FREE Sample Lessons (Builds Background Knowledge)
  53. 53. Kndg. – Science Lesson (Ingredients)
  54. 54. Kndg. – Science Lesson (Ingredients)
  55. 55. High School. – Math Lesson
  56. 56. Writing Lesson (2nd-12th Grades) Lesson Plan “Creative Writing” Student Grouping: Individuals (If you do not have a class set of iPads) Special Setup: Some on iPads / Some on laptops/desktops Objectives: 1. Develop abilities to write creatively and expressively. 2. Demonstrate growing independence and confidence as a writer. 3. To create a portfolio of creative writing pieces. 4. Other Skills
  57. 57. Creative Writing Lesson (2nd-12th Grades) Additional Skills Notes Spelling Free Use for Notes: Student’s Personal Spelling List - Students may ask how to spell a word. - Student types it in Notes – Available for future reference Use for Spelling FREE: For Teachers Design Customize Spelling List - Students may ask how to spell a word. - Student types it in Notes – Available for future reference Use for iBook: For Teachers Publishing Best Work -Publish the Student’s Best Writing Pieces - Convert to “pdf” files and load in iBook iBook
  58. 58. Creative Writing Lesson (2nd-12th Grades) Evernote – (iPad Version)
  59. 59. Creative Writing Lesson (2nd-12th Grades) Evernote – (iPad Version) 1
  60. 60. Creative Writing Lesson (2nd-12th Grades) Evernote – (iPad Version) 2 1
  61. 61. Creative Writing Lesson (2nd-12th Grades) Evernote – (iPad Version) 1 2 Important: - Title their work - Tag it with their name or topic
  62. 62. App List for Lessons Adapted from Dan King & Naomi Harm’s Chart Short Link: http://bit.ly/LFFP2M
  63. 63. iPad Lesson Preparation
  64. 64. Any Questions Contact Information Twitter: jghfoundation08 Email: rebamatthews@cox.net

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