Learning from a summer with my i pad

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  • Please do not critique my PP skills. There are too many words and pictures are not artistically placed but the info is good I think. It will be on our Google page so you can go back to the ideas you thought were helpful.
  • I used this for my bibliography for my project and then set up my own stacks to use for class assignments.
  • Ted app lets you search for speeches some are even only 3minutes
  • These two sites show how to make one of the Ted videos into a flip classroom . I was thinking for religion maybe not flip but use the format for a class iPad assignment.
  • This is a good introductory course for using iPad. I put it on my iPad in case kids have questions I also have Integrating iPads into the classroom ,under materials it has great presentations on Google and iMovie and almost everything you might need to have for kids projects
  • This might be the book for us this year.
  • Learning from a summer with my i pad

    1. 1. Learning from a summer with my iPad• Free image courtesy of FreeDigitalPhotos.net
    2. 2. Delicious helps you find cool stuff and collect it for easy sharing http://www.delicious.com/
    3. 3. Search for social justice
    4. 4. Ted app for flip classroom• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JQDgE_eJ GTM&feature=youtu.be• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8J6z9kjI0q g• These two are the same subject but sometimes it is easier to understand after viewing both.
    5. 5. ITunes UniversityiPad 101 – fundamentals
    6. 6. http://itunes.apple.com/us/itunes-u/center-for-world-catholicism/id431739446
    7. 7. Google docsReligion grouphas   http://cnettv.cnet.com/5-google-docs-secrets/9742-1_53-50105496.html
    8. 8. Cheating in the classroom• Research says;• Be clear on the definition of cheating• Be clear on the consequences of cheating• Create assessments that avoid the need for cheating
    9. 9. Definition of cheating• Be clear when checking with others is ok
    10. 10. Definition of cheating• Be clear when all devices are off and all sharing with others stops.
    11. 11. • There are no yellow lightsZero toleranceBe clear on theconsequences ofcheating andalways followthrough . . .
    12. 12. Change assessmentsUse essays or projects Use scantron or objectivefor summative questions for formativeassessments assessments
    13. 13. ?iPadsPaper /pencilLectureCommon CoreThe realQuestion is. .

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