Paradigm Shift in Mobile Learning

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These are the slides from the Friday, April 8th presentation "Paradigm Shift in Mobile Learning" from the Mobile Learning Experience 2011 in Phoenix, AZ

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  • iear.org where volunteer teacher/administrator app reviewers ‘grade‘ educational apps \n
  • Community:\nover 900 member\nplace where teachers, administrators, parents and app developers come together.\n\nMention Lan School partnership -- session after this one\n\nNotable members: Tony Vincent, Kathy Burdick, Meg Wilson\n
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  • equity: access to information, Culbreth talked about this and its importance within their program, cost helps make it so\n
  • ipads are new, but there is much anedoctal evidence from teachers about their success. We have more quantifiable data from school using iPod Touches: Culbreth has hard data to show their standardized test scores have improved. Canby shows their success through their test scores and action research projects done by teachers in their classrooms.\n
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  • calculator, apps for practice, music...but engagement, change of attitude\n
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  • Flashcard apps that let teachers/students add content, Kathy Burdick talked about taking Learning AZ content and interacting with it on mobile devices\n
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  • iear.org where volunteer teacher/administrator app reviewers ‘grade‘ educational apps \n
  • Paradigm Shift in Mobile Learning

    1. 1. Paradigm Shift in Mobile Learning Judith Epcke Northbrook, ILhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/zbowling/3697507974/ Twitter: IEAR
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    5. 5. Shift Happens...• empowered learners• differentiated/personal learning• equity Twitter: IEAR
    6. 6. Shift Happens... • empowered learners • differentiated/personal learning • equity...when students are given a mobile device Twitter: IEAR
    7. 7. Whatʼs the impact on learning? •Culbreth Middle School •Canby School District Twitter: IEAR
    8. 8. http://wiki.canby.k12.or.us/groups/ipodusergroup/blog/ Twitter: IEAR
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    10. 10. Student Feedback (video)http://wiki.canby.k12.or.us/groups/ipodusergroup/blog/ Twitter: IEAR
    11. 11. Student Feedback (video)http://wiki.canby.k12.or.us/groups/ipodusergroup/blog/ Twitter: IEAR
    12. 12. Assistive Technology Daily evidence of success Twitter: IEAR
    13. 13. EBook Rating Toolhttp://edreach.us/tag/research/ Jeremy Brueck Twitter: IEAR
    14. 14. What has the IEARcommunity taught us? Twitter: IEAR
    15. 15. Teachers WantControl over Content Twitter: IEAR
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    18. 18. Create iBooks!Use Pages to create ePub format books Twitter: IEAR
    19. 19. Have the students... Create iBooks!Use Pages to create ePub format books Twitter: IEAR
    20. 20. Teachers WantConstructivist Apps Twitter: IEAR
    21. 21. Apple Distinguished Educators Cindy Huson, Karen Bosch, Sherri Clemens, Jerome Burg, Jim Harmon, Paul Devotohttp://sites.google.com/site/digitalstorytellingwiththeipad/home Twitter: IEAR
    22. 22. List of Constructivist Appshttp://www.iear.org/iear/tag/constructivism Twitter: IEAR
    23. 23. Inklinghttp://vimeo.com/14448256 Twitter: IEAR
    24. 24. Inklinghttp://vimeo.com/14448256 Twitter: IEAR
    25. 25. Teachers WantProgramming Apps Twitter: IEAR
    26. 26. Robo Logic 2 HDNot True Programming but Logic is involved! Twitter: IEAR
    27. 27. Teachers WantMultiple Device Overlap Twitter: IEAR
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    29. 29. Splashtop Remote http://youtu.be/ch55-kNkVJg Twitter: IEAR
    30. 30. Splashtop Remote http://youtu.be/ch55-kNkVJg Twitter: IEAR
    31. 31. Teachers WantSafe and Secure Apps Twitter: IEAR
    32. 32. http://www.mobicip.com/ Twitter: IEAR
    33. 33. Teachers WantBetter access to “the cloud” Twitter: IEAR
    34. 34. Google Apps Integration Google Office2 HD Twitter: IEAR
    35. 35. http://www.evernote.com/ Twitter: IEAR
    36. 36. http://www.dropbox.com/ Twitter: IEAR
    37. 37. Teachers WantClean Management of the Devices! Twitter: IEAR
    38. 38. Contributed by Patrick Ledesma: http://edtechbytes.com Twitter: IEAR
    39. 39. Contributed by Patrick Ledesma: http://edtechbytes.com Twitter: IEAR
    40. 40. Contributed by Patrick Ledesma: http://edtechbytes.com Twitter: IEAR
    41. 41. Contributed by Patrick Ledesma: http://edtechbytes.com Twitter: IEAR
    42. 42. Contributed by Patrick Ledesma: http://edtechbytes.com Twitter: IEAR
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    44. 44. Can you find the “Hole” in thissolution? Twitter: IEAR
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    47. 47. Canby School Districthttp://wiki.canby.k12.or.us/groups/ipodusergroup/ Twitter: IEAR
    48. 48. App Purchases1 Computer = 1 Account = No Limit5 Computers can share 1 Account Twitter: IEAR
    49. 49. App Purchases1 Computer = 1 Account = No Limit5 Computers can share 1 Account Twitter: IEAR
    50. 50. http://volume.itunes.apple.com/us/store Twitter: IEAR
    51. 51. http://iear.wikispaces.com/Volume+Purchase+Program Twitter: IEAR
    52. 52. Can I move credit from an existing iTunes Storeaccount to a Volume Purchase Program Facilitatoraccount?No, credit cannot be moved between iTunesStore and Volume Purchase Program accounts. http://volume.itunes.apple.com/us/store Twitter: IEAR
    53. 53. Tony Vincent1.Setup: http://learninginhand.com/blog/classroom-ipod-touches- ipads-dos-and-donts.html2.Issues to think about: http://learninginhand.com/blog/ipad-iphone-ipod-touch- issues-for-schools.html3.Volume Purchase Program: http://learninginhand.com/blog/app-store-volume- purchase-program-explained.html Twitter: IEAR
    54. 54. Teachers WantHelp finding the best “educational apps” Twitter: IEAR
    55. 55. Tony Vincenthttp://learninginhand.com/ Twitter: IEAR
    56. 56. App Advice Twitter: IEAR
    57. 57. Adam Bellows Twitter: IEAR
    58. 58. Adam Bellowshttp://newedutecher.net Twitter: IEAR
    59. 59. Meg Wilson - Connecticuthttp://www.ipodsibilities.com Twitter: IEAR
    60. 60. http://www.apptivities.org/ Twitter: IEAR
    61. 61. http://www.adesontheweb.com/ADEs_on_the_Web/ADE_Hottest_Apps_Blog/ ADE_Hottest_Apps_Blog.html Twitter: IEAR
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