One to One Laptops

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The One to One Journey

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One to One Laptops

  1. 1. A Day in the Life of a 1 to 1
  2. 2. Karen Thompson kthompso@springfield.k12.il.us Christie Jones cjones@springfield.k12.il.us
  3. 3. http://www.springfield.k12.il.us/schools/lincolnmagnet/
  4. 4. Knowledge Navigator on YouTube
  5. 5. http://web.mac.com/thompsonk
  6. 6. Music? NO! Elements names. Test Friday.
  7. 7. quot;It turns out you can change a Lepoards spots........quot; It's not just middle school aged kids interested in the Apple laptops. They also bring families together in an interactive medium. Kids can put together fun video projects and explore the boundless possibilities of technology. Gaggle.net helps the students to contact each other and teachers. If students are absent they can email it to their teacher. If kids need their homework because they forgot their agenda-mate they can email each other. Garageband presents information in a fun
  8. 8. Don't Worry! Everything's Recorded From Class.
  9. 9. Spreadsheets are cool! Don't you agree?
  10. 10. http://www.springfield.k12.il.us/teachers/ mnetznik/projects/1476/?b=902
  11. 11. They’re talking about math in the hallway.
  12. 12. ACOT
  13. 13. Let's Build a What-cha-ma-call-it
  14. 14. Design Criteria: 1. Gadget must have a volume between 2000 and 3000 cubic cm 2. Gadget must have a surface area between 1000 and 3000 square cm 3. Gadget must have a curved edge length (from a cylinder or cone) 4. Gadget must have a straight edge length (from a prism or pyramid) 5. Project sketches from Google SketchUp must be approved before calculations of volume and surface area are started.
  15. 15. Projects
  16. 16. Project
  17. 17. Stream Tables
  18. 18. The Onion Explore the Podcasts in iTunes
  19. 19. Make Magazine
  20. 20. Podcast
  21. 21. YouTube
  22. 22. Don’t Bother Me Mom, I’m Learning
  23. 23. Survivor Story and illustrations by Milo Skalicky
  24. 24. Survivor On April 26, 1986, the Chernobyl 4 reactor exploded near Pripyat, Ukrain, allowing clouds of radioactive smoke to be released into the atmosphere. Thousands of people died of radiation related deaths. The Soviet Union covered up the incident, so we have no exact number of deaths. This book is dedicated to the workers and firefighters who fought the fires at Chernobyl, and to everyone that died because of it. 1
  25. 25. 4/26/86: The workers here at Chernobyl just conducted a test on the reactor. I don't know much about it, but I know it failed. The reactor's making funny noises. It'll sort itself out... I have such a terrible headache. I need a painkiller. 2
  26. 26. 4/27 I haven't had time to write... terrible events have happened. I smelled steam! I should have said something! I remember a noise, and a flash of light! The roof flew up, if I remember right. The noise like a thousand banshees! I ran! Things crashed around me! I didn't know what to do... I ran to the woods. I didn't know what else to do... I'm exhausted. I'll write some more soon. 3
  27. 27. Review your grades anytime, any place.
  28. 28. JMS Tech Plan
  29. 29. Math Incoming 6th Graders 7th Graders Blue - meets Green - exceeds
  30. 30. 3 PM Learning over? NO Way!
  31. 31. Scratch
  32. 32. Six Word Story
  33. 33. Don't Worry! Everything's Recorded From Class.
  34. 34. Spreadsheets are cool! Don't you agree?
  35. 35. http://web.mac.com/thompsonk Karen Thompson kthompso@springfield.k12.il.us Christie Jones cjones@springfield.k12.il.us

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