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I pad uses for hl


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I pad uses for hl

  2. 2. Professional<br />Calendar!! <br />Keeping track of all the meetings and upcoming events serves better use of time<br />Notes<br />Going paperless to meetings –keeping constant, up to date “to do’s”<br />Email<br />Ready to look at/quick email responses for effectiveness<br />
  3. 3. Instructional<br />Everyday Health App<br />Gym time activity for “not dressed”students—Read healthy tips and watch class—Itemize items under “notes”page for grading: student motivated because of technology<br />Class time activity for up to date discussions on a current issue—quickly found by student<br />
  4. 4. Continued Instructional<br />My Calorie Counter App<br />Classroom Activity: Searching nutrients and impact of calories when designing a meal….quickly accessed for info<br />My BMI App<br /> Classroom Activity: Searching for BMI and desired BMI when analyzing personal health status…helps the struggling math student<br />
  5. 5. Classroom Achievement<br />The Absent Child….<br />Slideshare App: Keep login all day/ student motivated to catch up on missed Power points!<br />The Special Needs Child and the OverAchiever Child<br />Evernotes App: Keep login all day/ the overachiever takes down info for the underachiever….they copy or I can email home to student or parent<br />
  6. 6. Fun and Games Motivator and assistance in Achievement<br />Game Apps: Ex. Graffiti Ball<br />Motivate the high achiever to do problem solving games and partnering when work is accomplished and time to spare finishing/ while instructor is helping the slower child with objectives<br />Motivate the technologically advanced child for a tech project at the end of semester on presenting the value and positive points of technology and games for the 21st century child<br />
  7. 7. READING & WRITING<br />FVR<br />Kindle Books: 15 min. reading daily/ motivational for the disinterested reader<br />ARTICLES AND WRITING<br />Students not dressed out for activity: read an article on a topic of interested. Go to the notes page and write a summary<br />**Many, many, more…..just not enough time to explain**<br />