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Introduction to iPads in Middle School


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Introduction to iPads in Middle School

  1. 1. Intro to iPads in the Middle School Classroom Use this App to Scan this QR Code Text FREE enigma appfor iphone and iPad  
  2. 2. 21st Century Learning Workflow Gather Data Analyze it Collaborate Discover Key Findings Articulate What You Have learned Share Your Learning Test Your Ideas Learn From/With Others FREE enigma appGoogle Docs Form Word Collage App
  3. 3. Intro to iPads in the MiddleSchool Classroom
  4. 4. Mob Technolog in the School ClassroomKey Observations:
  5. 5. "If we teach todays students as we didyesterdays, we are robbing them of tomorrow." John Dewey.
  6. 6. We are currently preparing students for jobs that don’t yetexist...using technologies that haven’t been order to solve problems we don’teven know are problems yet. Richard Riley
  7. 7. 21st Century Learners• Speaking and Writing• Critical Thinking• Professionalism and Work ethic• Teamwork and Collaboration• Choosing/Using Technologies
  8. 8. What Kind of Learning? • Individualized • Supported by technology when and where the learner needs it • Immersive • Social and connected • Non-restricting
  9. 9. What Kind of Tools? • Individualized - Personal • Mobile • Games that teach, real world based • Live and online - beyond email • Ubiquitous access - not limited by time, place or platform
  10. 10. What Kind of Tools? • iPod touchs • Cell phones • iPads • Netbooks • PC’s
  11. 11. Which one should you choose? vs
  12. 12. Which one should you choose? vs
  13. 13. Key Observations: Sharing a screen and ear buds Notebooks and pens visible Engaged Not everyone is doing the same thing Other things...21 Century Skills✓Collaboration✓Communication✓Critical Thinking and Problem Solving✓Creativity and Innovation
  14. 14. What is Mobile Technology?
  15. 15. It Looks Like...
  16. 16. It is not...
  17. 17. When is an iPad the Best Choice? When used as just another tool Younger Students When embedded in a larger lesson When time is limited On locationCollaboration is important Students with Special Needs Differentiated Instruction is Needed Multimedia is a Key Component
  18. 18. Practical Tips for ImplementationCover themClone themDevice-based emailiCloud2 students using 1 iPadPrinting and document managementWireless screen sharing
  19. 19. Dealing withDocuments On the iPad
  20. 20. Where did they go? Over the past 25 years we have gone fromphysical documents that resided in one place,to digital documents that could be duplicated and sent effortlessly around the world tocloud documents that reside in one place but can be accessed from around the world.
  21. 21. Cloud Storage5 GB 2 GB 7 GB 5 GB
  22. 22. DropBox: 50GB for $9.99/month ($99.99/year); 100GB for $19.99/ month ($199.99/year).Google Drive: 25GB for $2.49/month; 100GB for $4.99/month; 200GB for $9.99/month; more options from Google.
  23. 23. Demonstration• Install DropBox on your main computer...then install on your mobile device (iPad)• Place a file in DropBox on the computer. Open it on your Mobile Device. Attempt to edit it and save back to DropBox.
  24. 24. Classroom Application• Quick and easy file transfer to and from students.• Students need not email documents, just place in a folder shared with teacher• Can be tricky with some programs so test it and go with what works.
  25. 25. Demonstration• Teacher places a file in her DropBox Public folder and emails the link to her students (alternately makes a QR Code for the link)• Students open it, edit it and send back using email OR directly to Teacher’s DropBox using AirDropper.
  26. 26. Demonstration• Teacher gets students to create their own dropbox accounts. Then they share a folder with the teacher. This folder shows up in the teacher’s dropbox account. This is a direct connection between teacher and student (real time changes).
  27. 27. Links•••
  28. 28. What does Mobile Technology Look Like?
  29. 29. Experiencing Mobile Technology for YourselfLesson Four: Beginner Researchers Once students have gathered information and media, they can use tools to sort it, evaluate it and finally present their learning in an effective way.
  30. 30. Experiencing Mobile Technology for YourselfLesson Five: Present Your Knowledge Your assignment is to choose one of the following Final Product tools to create a presentation related to a topic you are currently covering in your classroom. Keynote: Presentation of 3 slides minimum Pages: Brochure or Poster iMovie: 30 second video Toontastic: A narrated animation ComicLife: Poster with 2-3 images Garageband: A Radio Public Service Strip Designer Comic Strip Announcement Explain Everything: A how-to video Scribble Press: Book
  31. 31. Demo of iPads Supporting Learners Intermediate and Middle
  32. 32. AMS PSA
  33. 33. AMS PSA
  34. 34. A Few More Things...Publishing Moving files back and forth: Dropbox: same account (simple) or unique for each device. iCloud: same account needed. Potentially confusing if too many on 1 account eMail: works well for documents but not for multi-media projects Wifi connection (WebDav): requires someone to set up a computer to act as a server. Publishing: - email your projects here Many apps have their own publishing options. Some have nominal fees.
  35. 35. So You Still Want to Print?• Printopia for Mac is a great print server - $20• AirPrint Activator - Mac - FREE - and great value for the money.• FingerPrint 2 - Windows version - $20
  36. 36. App Resources•••••••••••