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  1. Transformative Use of iPads in Education Pedagogy Examples Activities Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano Langwitches.org
  2. Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano Educational Consultant GloballyConnectedLearning.com Langwitches.org/blog
  3. What is the Difference between Automating? Transforming?
  4. S ubs t it u te Analog Act iv it ie s
  5. Do What You Could Have NEVER Do n e B e f o re
  6. From Automation
  7. To Transformation
  8. Imagination
  9. Go Beyond... ..replacing the paper/pencil/worksheet with an app on the iPad Infuse Creativity to Experiment and Amplify...
  10. No Roadmaps... We are Pioneers To Go Where no one has Gone Before... iPads Exploration Innovation Apps Discovery Imagination
  11. Being Skilled Being Literate Being Fluent
  12. iPad Fluency Knowing what app to use for a specific purpose... Knowing what and how to combine apps to create and share..
  13. iPad Fluency create edit share upload
  14. Consumption Is the Creation iPad your Discovery Tool for...
  15. How can we Enhance Learning?
  16. How can we... Differentiate Learning?
  17. How can we... Personalize Learning?
  18. How can the iPad be used as a device for... Personal Learning?
  19. How can we... Transform Teaching & Learning?
  20. Transformative? https://vimeo.com/43585426
  21. Transformative? https://vimeo.com/22946698
  22. Transformative? http://mrandrewsonline.blogspot.co.uk/2012/06/case-study-part-3-using-ipads-as.html?m=1
  23. What is your Question
  24. Do you use the iPad as a tool to teach or to learn
  25. iPads as a Teaching Tool
  26. Access to Curate Access to Information Media Differentiated Instruction Organized Professional Development Mobility
  27. iPads as a Learning Tool
  28. Swiping Generation
  29. Digital Natives?
  30. Digital Readers?
  31. iPad Suc How do we cess measure? engagement Image  by  Ma;ox-­‐  h;p://www.sxc.hu/browse.phtml?f=profile&l=Ma;ox empowered Improvement   crea5vity of  Instruc5onal   fluency Prac5ce mo5va5on innova5on connectedness Improvement  of  Student  Learning
  32. Beyond the “Cool” Factor...
  33. Download  Evalua5on  Guide  and  Checklist (pdf)
  34. Considerations Logistics Fluency Content & Substitution vs Evidence of Components Transformation Learning
  35. Gardner’s November’s Multiple Digital Learning Intelligences Farm Considerations 21st Century Bloom’s Upgrades Taxonomy
  36. Limitations User Ease of Friendliness Management Logistics Image & Sound Inappropriate Quality Content Accessible Advertisement
  37. Disseminate Research Publish Fluency Import Create Edit
  38. Adapted and based on “Evaluation Rubric for iPod Apps” by Harry Walker Curriculum Connections Differentiation Content & Publishing Personalization Components Personal Authenticity Learning
  39. Adapted and based on Ruben Puentedura’s & Alan November’s Work Amplify Substitute Substitution vs. Redefine Transformation Augment Modify
  40. Based on Conversation with Stephen Wilmarth Presentation Development Evidence of Learning Participation Research Design
  41. Considerations Bloom’s Taxonomy for iPads Creating Audioboo iMovie ComicBook! ReelDirector SonicPics Animoto Puppet Pals Toontastic Doink Evaluating Mobile Science HootSuite Skype Zite FlipBoard Instapaper Goodreads Wunderlist RSS 360 Analyzing iThoughts Today’s Explain 3D Cell GoSky Lino Popplet Diigo GoDocs HD Documents Everything Simulation Watch Applying ZigZag Poetry Keynote Visualize Posterous Presentation Xperica GearHD ShowMe Creator Board Link Understanding 123 Good Touch ScreenChomp Motion Math Idea Sketch Corkulous Blogsy Pages Charts Reader Draw Remembering Stack the Evernote NxtApp Ansel & Clair’s Word iBook Noteshelf eClicker Globe Countries Peek 4Kids Adventure Seek HD Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano~ GloballyConnectedLearning.com~Adapted from Dave Mileham
  42. The Digital Learning Farm: Apps for iPads Considerations Curriculum Reviewer Keynote iMovie Pages WordPress SonicPics Animoto Audioboo BookCreator AudioMemos Tutorial Designer Explain ShowMe ScreenChomp Skitch Educreation Replay Note Doodle Buddy Pages Visualize Everything Collaboration Coordinator GoDocs E-Mail Skype Wunderlist FaceTime Next! Twitter Lino Facebook Official Scribe iThoughts Evernote Twitter Noteshelf Posterous WordPress Blogsy Notes SoundNotes HD Peek Researcher Mobile Good TED Delicious Diigo Instapaper FlipBoard Zite YouTube RSS Reader Bookkmark Contributor to Society iBook WordPress iMovie GarageBand Pearltrees Skype Twitter Vimeo GooglePlus Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano~ GloballyConnectedLearning.com~ based on Alan November’s Work: The Digital Learning Farm
  43. Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences for iPads Considerations Intrapersonal iBook Mobile Faces iMake Word Idea Collage WordPress Popplet Day One NoteShelf RSS Mapper Interpersonal HootSuite Skype Draw VoiceThread Something Lino JabberPad WhiteBoard Facebook Google Plus Pro Visual Spacial Stack the iThoughts Google Earth Pinterest Motion Math Corkulous Countries PicCollage Skitch Phoster HD Musical Singing Music for Thumb Poetry Animoto Fingers MadPad Little Mozarts Garageband Jam Notability Sound Notes Creator Linguistics ScreenChomp Audioboo iMovie Explain Book Comic Little Story Speech Everything Creator Pages Story Maker Journal Logical Mathematical Diigo Math Geometry Cut the Doodles Pad TinkerBox CargoBot TanZen Rope Geared Numbers Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano~ GloballyConnectedLearning.com
  44. Considerations 21st Century Skills & Literacies for iPads Information Literacy Mobile Instapaper Good TweetDeck Delicious Pinstagram Zite FlipBoard RSS Reader Bookmark Wolframa Media Literacy iMovie Audioboo iPhoto YouTube Animoto Garageband Posterous Keynote Flickr Network Literacy Twitter Diigo Facebook Mobile Fotos Instagram WordPress Pinterest Trip Advisor Google Plus Global Literacy Skype Globe WordPress Google Earth Flat Stanley Twitter Google Plus Geocaching VocieThread Create/ Critical Thinking Comic Brushes Book ShowMe Idea Mapper iThoughts TinyTap iMovie Life Creator HD iBrainstorm Communicate/ Collaborate GoDocs Noteshelf Dropbox VocieThread Skype Idea Flight HootSuite Evernote Lino Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano~ GloballyConnectedLearning.com
  45. There is more to iPads than Apps
  46. The Care of the iPads
  47. 1st Grade takes care of their iPads
  48. The iPads as a PersonalizationTool
  49. Create your own Dictionary
  50. a n as o iP ds i a t he T e a Tool C r
  51. Book  Creator Creating a Book Review eBook
  52. The iPads as a Collaboration Tool
  53. AudioBoo Working Toge ther
  54. The iPads as a Personal Learning Tool
  55. Visualization Organization Annotation Notability
  56. i ng s t ing Te a t a lu ing Ev i s t A ss Dragon  Dicta5on
  57. iPad Fluency Doodle  Buddy
  58. o o d h or y b c gh en i u e l N F r ad u P O i Google  Earth
  59. Butterfly Cycle iPad Fluency
  60. The i T h Pads Tool in as a ki ng
  61. a th M g s in p t i n ce la n p o x C E
  62. he i P ads as a ti on T m u ni ca C om T ool
  63. re ad Do c e n ts Vo ic eTh VoiceThread
  64. Transliteracy- QR Codes and Art
  65. Pa re n t C omm u n ic at i o n Scan
  66. a s ng a i d s a d ool h iP e a T T e R
  67. in addition to? replacing?
  68. Safari Re ading
  69. The 3 R’s http://youtu.be/DntAbEah6k4
  70. Re ading F lue ncy Port folio iMovie
  71. Little Story Maker Reading- Listening- Customization -Personalization
  72. The iPa ds as a Cre Boo ati k ng Tool
  73. First Graders Create an eBook First  Graders  Create  an  eBook
  74. TinyTap in the Foreign Language TinyTap Classroom
  75. Book  Creator
  76. D The r a iP Too w ads l in a as g
  77. iPads in Art Brushes
  78. Visualization Stories
  79. The iPa Sto ds as a Tel ry ling Tool
  80. Storytelling StoryKit
  81. ll in g o ry te S t Sock  Puppet
  82. Bo ok Tr a i l e rs iMovie
  83. The Do iP cu ads Too m as l ena ta ti on
  84. Pr o iPrompt  Pro Vid duc e o t io n
  85. The iPads as a P h o t og ra p hy Tool
  86. Visual Story Prompts Visual Reflections
  87. The iPads as a P h o t og ra p hy Tool P h o t o B l og http://yollis365project.blogspot.ca/
  88. a a ing s t a s s ool d a T iP c he d T o P
  89. Magic Tree House Podcast
  90. as a ds ation i Pa t se n re P ool T
  91. PicCollage Think Language Vocabulary Science Definitions Library Term Glossary Math Terms Visual Dictionary
  92. a l s a a i a iP ods r T e h ut e r T sig l n D e Too
  93. Kindergarten Math- Storytelling ShowMe
  94. ShowMe Tu De t o s ig r i a ne l rs
  95. al r i rs to e Tu n s ig De ShowMe
  96. http://goo.gl/mRqnJ http://goo.gl/m2C1L Read & Discuss Articles http://goo.gl/HM4N1
  97. Activities Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano ~Langwitches ~GloballyConnectedLearning.com
  98. 1. Note Taking Apps Suggestions: iThoughts HD ($9.99) , Notes (free), Popplet ($4.99 or free), Noteshelf ($5.99), Paper (free), Penultimate (free) Directions: • Take notes of what you are hearing (documenting) and what you are learning (reflecting) in different media (text, mindmap, doodle-map, images, blog, etc.) • edit and format your “notes” Share: • Choose to share your notes strategically with your colleagues, your PLN (Professional Learning Network) and a global audience. Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano ~Langwitches ~GloballyConnectedLearning.com
  99. 2. Interview Apps Suggestions: iMovie ($4.99), AudioBoo (free) Directions: You will interview a real, historic, or fictitious person. Ask them about a specific event in their lives (historic period, eye witness event, family story, contribution to society, expert advice, etc.) • Script introduction to the person you are interviewing, give background information about the person. and formulate interview questions. • If using iMovie: Take an image of the real person you are interviewing (and maybe the surroundings/ settings) or find and download an image (licensed under Creative Commons) of a fictitious person and pertinent images that would go with your interview. Import the images. • Record the audio of the interview • Keep your interview between 3-5 minutes Share: •Export the movie to YouTube or Vimeo •Publish the audio file to AudioBoo Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano ~Langwitches ~GloballyConnectedLearning.com
  100. 3. Book Recommendation Apps Suggestions: Sonic Pics Lite (free) StoryRobe ($0.99) , StoryKit (free) Directions: 1. Decide on a book that you would like to recommend to a specific audience (your students, book club, parent community, teacher colleague, administrators, etc.) 2. Write a short script to summarize the book, highlight why you feel your audience would like/benefit from reading it. Add further resources (links, websites, movies, other books on the topic, etc.) about the setting, characters, topic, author, etc. 3. Find 5 visuals/images online to include in your recommendation. 4. Use Sonic Pics Lite and import the images, then record your script, advancing the slides as you are recording 5. The Book recommendation is to be between 90 seconds and 3 Minutes Share: • upload your book recommendation to the web • Copy the URL of your uploaded file • Create a QR Code (http://goo.gl) • Share QR Code with your Librarian Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano ~Langwitches ~GloballyConnectedLearning.com
  101. 4. Comic Strip. Apps Suggestions: Comic Life ($7.99), ComicBookk ($1.99), Comic Creator ($), Comic Strip ($0.99), Cartoon Studio Free ( Free), Halftone (0.99) Directions: You will develop a comic strip. Convey a message, an invented or true story, express interesting information about the topic of your choice. (Ex. A current news event, cyberbullying, Facebook etiquette, Using iPads in the classroom, a holiday, a funny story, etc.) • Storyboard your comic, by deciding on your story, setting, characters, dialogue • Have 3-5 related images in your iPads Photo Album (take your own images or search for creative commons or public domain images online) • Use a Comic creation app of your choice. • Choose a layout to accommodate the number of your images • Import your images from the Camera roll or take you own images with the iPad’s camera. • Add speech bubbles and stickers (if available) Share: • Save your comic strip as an image • Upload to your classroom website, upload to Flickr • Pin to Pinterest Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano ~Langwitches ~GloballyConnectedLearning.com
  102. 5. Tutorial Design Apps Suggestions: Showme App (free) or ScreenChomp (free), Explain Everything ($2.99) Directions: • Choose one of the above screenrecording witheboards. • Create a step by step Math tutorial for students (choose a grade level) or a tutorial that showcasing you favorite iPad app, you want your students to start using (take screenshots of your app to be included in tutorial) • Your tutorial should not be longer than 3 minutes Share: •With SchowmeApp: Share the tutorial clip by uploading it to ShowMeApp.com from within the app. You will need to create an account when prompted. •With ScreenChomp: send it to the “cloud”after recording is complete, you will receive a unique URL (Web address). Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano ~Langwitches ~GloballyConnectedLearning.com
  103. 6.Create a QR Code Apps Suggestions: Qrafter Pro - Scanner and Generator ($2.99) or Goo.gl (web based) & Scan (free) Directions: •Choose a physical object (book, building, poster, art work, model, map, etc.) and create (with another app) or find a virtual connection. This could be an audio file, a movie, a website, google map, etc. •Using the QR Generator create a QR code. Share: •Create a short summary of what the QR is pointing to and how you would use it with ion is at o or wh your students. •Print out description and QR code lab ue ol g file •Display QR code around school c a ga nk olle harin hi c t a ds th g an wi tin c rea Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano ~Langwitches ~GloballyConnectedLearning.com
  104. 7.Early Elementary Game Design & Interactive Books Apps Suggestions: Tiny Tap (free) Directions: 1. Brainstorm a theme or topic for the game/interactive book. Think about what can you learn from photos? What kind of skills do you want users to practice? Vocabulary? Target language? 2. Create a flowchart/storyboard for your story/images. 3. Find, choose or take your own images. Keep in mind areas that you want users to recognize, match, find, select or discover something. 4. Import images. 5. Choose a book cover image and record a “question”, inviting the user to play and learn with the book. Trace the entire image as the correct area. Users will have to tap the screen to start the game/book. The image automatically advances to the next page when tapped on. 6. Create multiple pages that increase in skill level, offer diverse practice opportunities, include a complementary content area or combine different approaches to practice skills. 7. Record several questions for each image and add positive responses as well as a “try again”type responses. Share: Email the game to a colleague with an iPad or upload the game file to a classroom website. Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano ~Langwitches ~GloballyConnectedLearning.com
  105. 8. Book Creator Apps Suggestions: Book Creator ($ 4.99) Directions: 1.Decide intended age/grade level for your book. Outline a story with characters, setting, plot, introduction, climax, conclusion, etc. or the content of an informational book. 2. Find, shoot or create your own images then insert into your book 3. Add text to your book 4. Add sound to your book 5. Add links to your book 6. Add video to your book 7. Format pages, text, video and/or images Share: • Email your completed book as an iBook or email as a pdf (if no video) Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano ~Langwitches ~GloballyConnectedLearning.com
  106. 9. Early Elementary- Listening, Reading,Writing Apps Suggestions: Little Story Maker (free) Directions: 1. Brainstorm a storyline for your book. Keep in mind the vocabulary, grammar structures, sight words, etc. you would like to use. 2. Import or take images for your story. 3. Create pages by adding an image and text 4. Customize words and sounds: Record your voice reading the text. Manually slide the words to their place in the recording. 5. Customize Picture Highlights: Add “highlights” to areas of the image, add text and record the text. Share: Take screenshots of individual pages and email them. Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano ~Langwitches ~GloballyConnectedLearning.com
  107. 10. Visual Dictionary Apps Suggestions: Pic Collage (free) Directions: 1. Decide on the vocabulary, terms or definitions you would like to represent on your page(s). 2. Find and save images to your iPad (think Public Domains or Creative Commons) or take your own images with the iPad’s built in camera. 3. Add the chosen images to a Pic Collage page. 4. Choose a background (choose from existing backgrounds or search on web). 5. Edit the images by “clipping the photo”, resizing and rotating the object. 6. Add text to each object (ex. target language vocabulary, science definition, math terms, sight words,etc.). 7. Save image in your Photo Album. 8. Add a new album > name your album “Your Name’s Dictionary”. 9. Add your dictionary page image into your new album. Share: Save your dictionary page and upload them to a classroom site or email to colleagues Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano ~Langwitches ~GloballyConnectedLearning.com
  108. 11. Evaluate: Automate vs.Transform? n aluatio iPad ev ll out. Open t and fi , is eagues checkl d list to coll terest te in omple e or pin to P Email c websit up load to https://docs.google.com/present/view?id=dhn2vcv5_721gdk5jtd8 Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano ~Langwitches ~GloballyConnectedLearning.com

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Tranformative Use of iPads in the Education: Pedagogy, Examples, Activities

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  1. Transformative Use of iPads in Education Pedagogy Examples Activities Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano Langwitches.org
  2. Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano Educational Consultant GloballyConnectedLearning.com Langwitches.org/blog
  3. What is the Difference between Automating? Transforming?
  4. S ubs t it u te Analog Act iv it ie s
  5. Do What You Could Have NEVER Do n e B e f o re
  6. From Automation
  7. To Transformation
  8. Imagination
  9. Go Beyond... ..replacing the paper/pencil/worksheet with an app on the iPad Infuse Creativity to Experiment and Amplify...
  10. No Roadmaps... We are Pioneers To Go Where no one has Gone Before... iPads Exploration Innovation Apps Discovery Imagination
  11. Being Skilled Being Literate Being Fluent
  12. iPad Fluency Knowing what app to use for a specific purpose... Knowing what and how to combine apps to create and share..
  13. iPad Fluency create edit share upload
  14. Consumption Is the Creation iPad your Discovery Tool for...
  15. How can we Enhance Learning?
  16. How can we... Differentiate Learning?
  17. How can we... Personalize Learning?
  18. How can the iPad be used as a device for... Personal Learning?
  19. How can we... Transform Teaching & Learning?
  20. Transformative? https://vimeo.com/43585426
  21. Transformative? https://vimeo.com/22946698
  22. Transformative? http://mrandrewsonline.blogspot.co.uk/2012/06/case-study-part-3-using-ipads-as.html?m=1
  23. What is your Question
  24. Do you use the iPad as a tool to teach or to learn
  25. iPads as a Teaching Tool
  26. Access to Curate Access to Information Media Differentiated Instruction Organized Professional Development Mobility
  27. iPads as a Learning Tool
  28. Swiping Generation
  29. Digital Natives?
  30. Digital Readers?
  31. iPad Suc How do we cess measure? engagement Image  by  Ma;ox-­‐  h;p://www.sxc.hu/browse.phtml?f=profile&l=Ma;ox empowered Improvement   crea5vity of  Instruc5onal   fluency Prac5ce mo5va5on innova5on connectedness Improvement  of  Student  Learning
  32. Beyond the “Cool” Factor...
  33. Download  Evalua5on  Guide  and  Checklist (pdf)
  34. Considerations Logistics Fluency Content & Substitution vs Evidence of Components Transformation Learning
  35. Gardner’s November’s Multiple Digital Learning Intelligences Farm Considerations 21st Century Bloom’s Upgrades Taxonomy
  36. Limitations User Ease of Friendliness Management Logistics Image & Sound Inappropriate Quality Content Accessible Advertisement
  37. Disseminate Research Publish Fluency Import Create Edit
  38. Adapted and based on “Evaluation Rubric for iPod Apps” by Harry Walker Curriculum Connections Differentiation Content & Publishing Personalization Components Personal Authenticity Learning
  39. Adapted and based on Ruben Puentedura’s & Alan November’s Work Amplify Substitute Substitution vs. Redefine Transformation Augment Modify
  40. Based on Conversation with Stephen Wilmarth Presentation Development Evidence of Learning Participation Research Design
  41. Considerations Bloom’s Taxonomy for iPads Creating Audioboo iMovie ComicBook! ReelDirector SonicPics Animoto Puppet Pals Toontastic Doink Evaluating Mobile Science HootSuite Skype Zite FlipBoard Instapaper Goodreads Wunderlist RSS 360 Analyzing iThoughts Today’s Explain 3D Cell GoSky Lino Popplet Diigo GoDocs HD Documents Everything Simulation Watch Applying ZigZag Poetry Keynote Visualize Posterous Presentation Xperica GearHD ShowMe Creator Board Link Understanding 123 Good Touch ScreenChomp Motion Math Idea Sketch Corkulous Blogsy Pages Charts Reader Draw Remembering Stack the Evernote NxtApp Ansel & Clair’s Word iBook Noteshelf eClicker Globe Countries Peek 4Kids Adventure Seek HD Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano~ GloballyConnectedLearning.com~Adapted from Dave Mileham
  42. The Digital Learning Farm: Apps for iPads Considerations Curriculum Reviewer Keynote iMovie Pages WordPress SonicPics Animoto Audioboo BookCreator AudioMemos Tutorial Designer Explain ShowMe ScreenChomp Skitch Educreation Replay Note Doodle Buddy Pages Visualize Everything Collaboration Coordinator GoDocs E-Mail Skype Wunderlist FaceTime Next! Twitter Lino Facebook Official Scribe iThoughts Evernote Twitter Noteshelf Posterous WordPress Blogsy Notes SoundNotes HD Peek Researcher Mobile Good TED Delicious Diigo Instapaper FlipBoard Zite YouTube RSS Reader Bookkmark Contributor to Society iBook WordPress iMovie GarageBand Pearltrees Skype Twitter Vimeo GooglePlus Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano~ GloballyConnectedLearning.com~ based on Alan November’s Work: The Digital Learning Farm
  43. Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences for iPads Considerations Intrapersonal iBook Mobile Faces iMake Word Idea Collage WordPress Popplet Day One NoteShelf RSS Mapper Interpersonal HootSuite Skype Draw VoiceThread Something Lino JabberPad WhiteBoard Facebook Google Plus Pro Visual Spacial Stack the iThoughts Google Earth Pinterest Motion Math Corkulous Countries PicCollage Skitch Phoster HD Musical Singing Music for Thumb Poetry Animoto Fingers MadPad Little Mozarts Garageband Jam Notability Sound Notes Creator Linguistics ScreenChomp Audioboo iMovie Explain Book Comic Little Story Speech Everything Creator Pages Story Maker Journal Logical Mathematical Diigo Math Geometry Cut the Doodles Pad TinkerBox CargoBot TanZen Rope Geared Numbers Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano~ GloballyConnectedLearning.com
  44. Considerations 21st Century Skills & Literacies for iPads Information Literacy Mobile Instapaper Good TweetDeck Delicious Pinstagram Zite FlipBoard RSS Reader Bookmark Wolframa Media Literacy iMovie Audioboo iPhoto YouTube Animoto Garageband Posterous Keynote Flickr Network Literacy Twitter Diigo Facebook Mobile Fotos Instagram WordPress Pinterest Trip Advisor Google Plus Global Literacy Skype Globe WordPress Google Earth Flat Stanley Twitter Google Plus Geocaching VocieThread Create/ Critical Thinking Comic Brushes Book ShowMe Idea Mapper iThoughts TinyTap iMovie Life Creator HD iBrainstorm Communicate/ Collaborate GoDocs Noteshelf Dropbox VocieThread Skype Idea Flight HootSuite Evernote Lino Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano~ GloballyConnectedLearning.com
  45. There is more to iPads than Apps
  46. The Care of the iPads
  47. 1st Grade takes care of their iPads
  48. The iPads as a PersonalizationTool
  49. Create your own Dictionary
  50. a n as o iP ds i a t he T e a Tool C r
  51. Book  Creator Creating a Book Review eBook
  52. The iPads as a Collaboration Tool
  53. AudioBoo Working Toge ther
  54. The iPads as a Personal Learning Tool
  55. Visualization Organization Annotation Notability
  56. i ng s t ing Te a t a lu ing Ev i s t A ss Dragon  Dicta5on
  57. iPad Fluency Doodle  Buddy
  58. o o d h or y b c gh en i u e l N F r ad u P O i Google  Earth
  59. Butterfly Cycle iPad Fluency
  60. The i T h Pads Tool in as a ki ng
  61. a th M g s in p t i n ce la n p o x C E
  62. he i P ads as a ti on T m u ni ca C om T ool
  63. re ad Do c e n ts Vo ic eTh VoiceThread
  64. Transliteracy- QR Codes and Art
  65. Pa re n t C omm u n ic at i o n Scan
  66. a s ng a i d s a d ool h iP e a T T e R
  67. in addition to? replacing?
  68. Safari Re ading
  69. The 3 R’s http://youtu.be/DntAbEah6k4
  70. Re ading F lue ncy Port folio iMovie
  71. Little Story Maker Reading- Listening- Customization -Personalization
  72. The iPa ds as a Cre Boo ati k ng Tool
  73. First Graders Create an eBook First  Graders  Create  an  eBook
  74. TinyTap in the Foreign Language TinyTap Classroom
  75. Book  Creator
  76. D The r a iP Too w ads l in a as g
  77. iPads in Art Brushes
  78. Visualization Stories
  79. The iPa Sto ds as a Tel ry ling Tool
  80. Storytelling StoryKit
  81. ll in g o ry te S t Sock  Puppet
  82. Bo ok Tr a i l e rs iMovie
  83. The Do iP cu ads Too m as l ena ta ti on
  84. Pr o iPrompt  Pro Vid duc e o t io n
  85. The iPads as a P h o t og ra p hy Tool
  86. Visual Story Prompts Visual Reflections
  87. The iPads as a P h o t og ra p hy Tool P h o t o B l og http://yollis365project.blogspot.ca/
  88. a a ing s t a s s ool d a T iP c he d T o P
  89. Magic Tree House Podcast
  90. as a ds ation i Pa t se n re P ool T
  91. PicCollage Think Language Vocabulary Science Definitions Library Term Glossary Math Terms Visual Dictionary
  92. a l s a a i a iP ods r T e h ut e r T sig l n D e Too
  93. Kindergarten Math- Storytelling ShowMe
  94. ShowMe Tu De t o s ig r i a ne l rs
  95. al r i rs to e Tu n s ig De ShowMe
  96. http://goo.gl/mRqnJ http://goo.gl/m2C1L Read & Discuss Articles http://goo.gl/HM4N1
  97. Activities Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano ~Langwitches ~GloballyConnectedLearning.com
  98. 1. Note Taking Apps Suggestions: iThoughts HD ($9.99) , Notes (free), Popplet ($4.99 or free), Noteshelf ($5.99), Paper (free), Penultimate (free) Directions: • Take notes of what you are hearing (documenting) and what you are learning (reflecting) in different media (text, mindmap, doodle-map, images, blog, etc.) • edit and format your “notes” Share: • Choose to share your notes strategically with your colleagues, your PLN (Professional Learning Network) and a global audience. Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano ~Langwitches ~GloballyConnectedLearning.com
  99. 2. Interview Apps Suggestions: iMovie ($4.99), AudioBoo (free) Directions: You will interview a real, historic, or fictitious person. Ask them about a specific event in their lives (historic period, eye witness event, family story, contribution to society, expert advice, etc.) • Script introduction to the person you are interviewing, give background information about the person. and formulate interview questions. • If using iMovie: Take an image of the real person you are interviewing (and maybe the surroundings/ settings) or find and download an image (licensed under Creative Commons) of a fictitious person and pertinent images that would go with your interview. Import the images. • Record the audio of the interview • Keep your interview between 3-5 minutes Share: •Export the movie to YouTube or Vimeo •Publish the audio file to AudioBoo Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano ~Langwitches ~GloballyConnectedLearning.com
  100. 3. Book Recommendation Apps Suggestions: Sonic Pics Lite (free) StoryRobe ($0.99) , StoryKit (free) Directions: 1. Decide on a book that you would like to recommend to a specific audience (your students, book club, parent community, teacher colleague, administrators, etc.) 2. Write a short script to summarize the book, highlight why you feel your audience would like/benefit from reading it. Add further resources (links, websites, movies, other books on the topic, etc.) about the setting, characters, topic, author, etc. 3. Find 5 visuals/images online to include in your recommendation. 4. Use Sonic Pics Lite and import the images, then record your script, advancing the slides as you are recording 5. The Book recommendation is to be between 90 seconds and 3 Minutes Share: • upload your book recommendation to the web • Copy the URL of your uploaded file • Create a QR Code (http://goo.gl) • Share QR Code with your Librarian Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano ~Langwitches ~GloballyConnectedLearning.com
  101. 4. Comic Strip. Apps Suggestions: Comic Life ($7.99), ComicBookk ($1.99), Comic Creator ($), Comic Strip ($0.99), Cartoon Studio Free ( Free), Halftone (0.99) Directions: You will develop a comic strip. Convey a message, an invented or true story, express interesting information about the topic of your choice. (Ex. A current news event, cyberbullying, Facebook etiquette, Using iPads in the classroom, a holiday, a funny story, etc.) • Storyboard your comic, by deciding on your story, setting, characters, dialogue • Have 3-5 related images in your iPads Photo Album (take your own images or search for creative commons or public domain images online) • Use a Comic creation app of your choice. • Choose a layout to accommodate the number of your images • Import your images from the Camera roll or take you own images with the iPad’s camera. • Add speech bubbles and stickers (if available) Share: • Save your comic strip as an image • Upload to your classroom website, upload to Flickr • Pin to Pinterest Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano ~Langwitches ~GloballyConnectedLearning.com
  102. 5. Tutorial Design Apps Suggestions: Showme App (free) or ScreenChomp (free), Explain Everything ($2.99) Directions: • Choose one of the above screenrecording witheboards. • Create a step by step Math tutorial for students (choose a grade level) or a tutorial that showcasing you favorite iPad app, you want your students to start using (take screenshots of your app to be included in tutorial) • Your tutorial should not be longer than 3 minutes Share: •With SchowmeApp: Share the tutorial clip by uploading it to ShowMeApp.com from within the app. You will need to create an account when prompted. •With ScreenChomp: send it to the “cloud”after recording is complete, you will receive a unique URL (Web address). Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano ~Langwitches ~GloballyConnectedLearning.com
  103. 6.Create a QR Code Apps Suggestions: Qrafter Pro - Scanner and Generator ($2.99) or Goo.gl (web based) & Scan (free) Directions: •Choose a physical object (book, building, poster, art work, model, map, etc.) and create (with another app) or find a virtual connection. This could be an audio file, a movie, a website, google map, etc. •Using the QR Generator create a QR code. Share: •Create a short summary of what the QR is pointing to and how you would use it with ion is at o or wh your students. •Print out description and QR code lab ue ol g file •Display QR code around school c a ga nk olle harin hi c t a ds th g an wi tin c rea Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano ~Langwitches ~GloballyConnectedLearning.com
  104. 7.Early Elementary Game Design & Interactive Books Apps Suggestions: Tiny Tap (free) Directions: 1. Brainstorm a theme or topic for the game/interactive book. Think about what can you learn from photos? What kind of skills do you want users to practice? Vocabulary? Target language? 2. Create a flowchart/storyboard for your story/images. 3. Find, choose or take your own images. Keep in mind areas that you want users to recognize, match, find, select or discover something. 4. Import images. 5. Choose a book cover image and record a “question”, inviting the user to play and learn with the book. Trace the entire image as the correct area. Users will have to tap the screen to start the game/book. The image automatically advances to the next page when tapped on. 6. Create multiple pages that increase in skill level, offer diverse practice opportunities, include a complementary content area or combine different approaches to practice skills. 7. Record several questions for each image and add positive responses as well as a “try again”type responses. Share: Email the game to a colleague with an iPad or upload the game file to a classroom website. Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano ~Langwitches ~GloballyConnectedLearning.com
  105. 8. Book Creator Apps Suggestions: Book Creator ($ 4.99) Directions: 1.Decide intended age/grade level for your book. Outline a story with characters, setting, plot, introduction, climax, conclusion, etc. or the content of an informational book. 2. Find, shoot or create your own images then insert into your book 3. Add text to your book 4. Add sound to your book 5. Add links to your book 6. Add video to your book 7. Format pages, text, video and/or images Share: • Email your completed book as an iBook or email as a pdf (if no video) Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano ~Langwitches ~GloballyConnectedLearning.com
  106. 9. Early Elementary- Listening, Reading,Writing Apps Suggestions: Little Story Maker (free) Directions: 1. Brainstorm a storyline for your book. Keep in mind the vocabulary, grammar structures, sight words, etc. you would like to use. 2. Import or take images for your story. 3. Create pages by adding an image and text 4. Customize words and sounds: Record your voice reading the text. Manually slide the words to their place in the recording. 5. Customize Picture Highlights: Add “highlights” to areas of the image, add text and record the text. Share: Take screenshots of individual pages and email them. Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano ~Langwitches ~GloballyConnectedLearning.com
  107. 10. Visual Dictionary Apps Suggestions: Pic Collage (free) Directions: 1. Decide on the vocabulary, terms or definitions you would like to represent on your page(s). 2. Find and save images to your iPad (think Public Domains or Creative Commons) or take your own images with the iPad’s built in camera. 3. Add the chosen images to a Pic Collage page. 4. Choose a background (choose from existing backgrounds or search on web). 5. Edit the images by “clipping the photo”, resizing and rotating the object. 6. Add text to each object (ex. target language vocabulary, science definition, math terms, sight words,etc.). 7. Save image in your Photo Album. 8. Add a new album > name your album “Your Name’s Dictionary”. 9. Add your dictionary page image into your new album. Share: Save your dictionary page and upload them to a classroom site or email to colleagues Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano ~Langwitches ~GloballyConnectedLearning.com
  108. 11. Evaluate: Automate vs.Transform? n aluatio iPad ev ll out. Open t and fi , is eagues checkl d list to coll terest te in omple e or pin to P Email c websit up load to https://docs.google.com/present/view?id=dhn2vcv5_721gdk5jtd8 Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano ~Langwitches ~GloballyConnectedLearning.com

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