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Mobile devices in the classroom

  1. 1. MobileDevices in the speaking the Classroom language of the 21st century Glenn Wiebe glennw@essdack.org ESSDACK
  2. 2. what’s your number?
  3. 3. your questions? your answers
  4. 4. find your buddy!
  5. 5. sample apps why? where are we going? tips & tricksliteracy multi- media
  6. 6. 19th century job?
  7. 7. find a buddyfor your buddy
  8. 8. 19th century job
  9. 9. factory sferable skills non-tranrepetitive monotonous
  10. 10. 19th centuryschool
  11. 11. factory sferable skills non-tranrepetitive monotonous
  12. 12. Rememberthese guys?
  13. 13. 21st century school?
  14. 14. 21st century school?
  15. 15. prepare kids to be creative,open-minded problem-solvers
  16. 16. but why iP ods, iPads & cell phones? engage kids in their learning enhance instruction increase motivation
  17. 17. individualize learningaccommodate multiplelearning stylesmobile learning
  18. 18. sample apps why? where are we going? tips & tricksliteracy multi- media
  19. 19. eClicker
  20. 20. KeynotePagesiMovieGarageband
  21. 21. Red Light / Green LightGrade PadEssay GraderTeacher Pal
  22. 22. PollEveryWhere
  23. 23. TextBlaster / Cel.lyWiffitiReQall
  24. 24. Google Surveys
  25. 25. Elbow partner?
  26. 26. sample apps why? where are we going? tips & tricksliteracy multi- media
  27. 27. “belly button”
  28. 28. “belly button”search
  29. 29. “belly button”searchrearrange / delete icons
  30. 30. “belly button”searchrearrange / delete iconsweb sites as icons
  31. 31. “belly button”searchrearrange / delete iconsweb sites as iconsapps in folders
  32. 32. use the settings
  33. 33. use the settingsnon-Apple accessories
  34. 34. use the settingsnon-Apple accessoriesmulti-task
  35. 35. use the settingsnon-Apple accessoriesmulti-taskfill the dock
  36. 36. turn off wifiturn off bluetoothdim screensleep vs off mode
  37. 37. DoName your iPodsDelete old contentCreate a usage policyLabel each iPod
  38. 38. DoCreate consequence for misuseBuy non-Apple accessoriesCreate iTunes account withoutcredit cardUse the Settings to controlaccess
  39. 39. Do notGive kids iTunes account infoForget to buy covers & lanyardsDownload just free appsBuy expensive mics
  40. 40. Do notIgnore checkout proceduresBuy the bigger iPodsSync to multiple computersBuy expensive earbuds
  41. 41. sample apps why? where are we going? tips & tricksliteracy multi- media
  42. 42. Comic LifeWriter’s StudioGoogle Earth
  43. 43. ShmoopDictionaryStack the States
  44. 44. NumberLineBig Top TenSentence Builder
  45. 45. The ElementsGraphing CalculatorStar Walk
  46. 46. Story KitIntro to Letters / Intro to MathPop Math
  47. 47. New apps?App StoreiEARApp SafariMacWorld App Guide
  48. 48. sample apps why? where are we going? tips & tricksliteracy multi- media
  49. 49. Ken Robinson videoiTunes UiTunes podcastsePubs / PDFs
  50. 50. WE TALKEDABOUT MOBILEDEVICES IN THECLASSROOM,
  51. 51. iTunes giveaway
  52. 52. “In times of change thelearners shall inherit theearth, while the learned findthemselves beautifully equippedto deal with a world that nolonger exists.”Eric Hoffer
  53. 53. have more questions? contact: Glenn Wiebe glennw@essdack.org socialstudiescentral.com historytech.wordpress.com View presentations at: slideshare.net/glennw98

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