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Possibilities to Practices

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Slidedeck for 2012 EdTechTeacher iPad Summit USA.

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Possibilities to Practices

  1. 1. From Possibilities to Practice: How the iPad is Changing Science Instruction Derrick Willard Matt Scully Providence Day School Charlotte, North Carolina
  2. 2. Brain --- Image by © G. Schuster/zefa/Corbis
  3. 3. Text By Flickr user arvindgrover
  4. 4. taken from21st Century Skills: Learning for Life in Our TimesBernie Trilling & Charles Fadel2009
  5. 5. My Journey• Tropical Ecology of Costa Rica (summer 2011)• Environmental Science (SY 2011-12)• AP Environmental Science (SY 2012-13)
  6. 6. Costa Rica limit the paper digital backpack project based collaborative blogcontent on demand
  7. 7. training
  8. 8. digital backpack
  9. 9. projects
  10. 10. collaborative blog
  11. 11. content on demand
  12. 12. Enviro Sci paperless goalcollaboration in Google Apps projects digital text collaborative blog note taking apps whiteboard paparazzi field guides formative assessment tools
  13. 13. paperless goal
  14. 14. collaboration
  15. 15. projects
  16. 16. digital text
  17. 17. note taking apps
  18. 18. white board papparazzi
  19. 19. field guides
  20. 20. formative assessment
  21. 21. APES productivity goals note taking apps projects with apple tvformative assessments collaborative blogs probe interface pilot
  22. 22. productivity goals
  23. 23. note taking apps
  24. 24. apple tv
  25. 25. formative assessment
  26. 26. collaborative blogs
  27. 27. vernier probe interface
  28. 28. Science 8 human anatomy in 3D digital lab notebookdigital portfolio assessment *Bonnie Wright (PDS)
  29. 29. Dewey was right
  30. 30. Contact Us• derrick.willard@providenceday.org• matt.scully@providenceday.org
  31. 31. More at:• Presentation Google Doc (with links)• Derrick’s Blog

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