Greetings,My name is LaTonya Simmons as we have seen the ways in which music has changed our educational system has done the same. I am here to share with you the new and innovative way of learning with iPods, a small, slim, sleek device packed with endless learning opportunities.
Every year since iPods have hit the scene they have presented a new model or generation of a previous model. The anticipation keeps Apple’s customers in suspense. Applehas used a variety of advertising tools to promote its line of iPods. The advertising include television and radio commercials, print ads, the internet, celebrity spokesman and women.
Once I tununiversit was introduced iPods began to have a new outlook, its only fucntion was not just to listen to music and watch movies, it was now a tool for promoting learning
I-pods by LaTonya Simmons
Big and Bulkythatis OUT<br />Third picture: http://www.pocketcalculatorshow.com/boombox/decline1.html<br />
Slim and Sleek that is IN<br />Pictures from; http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1353<br />
Knowledge<br />First exposure to the <br />innovation but lack <br /> sufficient information<br />Confirmation<br />Final decision is made<br />whether to continue<br />using the innovation<br />Decision<br />Pros and cons are <br />determined and from that <br />the innovation will be <br />rejected or adopted.<br />2001<br />1992<br />2003<br />2007<br />2008<br />Persuasion<br />An interest has <br />sparked and now <br />information is actively <br />seek.<br />Implementation<br />The usefulness is <br />determined and more <br />information may be needed.<br />Click on each dot for a link with more information<br />
The iGeneration<br />Picture Retrieved from: http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://www.webtvwire.com<br />Posted in: Advertising, Apple, Mobile Video, News by Chris Tew on April 7, 2007 <br />
Intended Audience<br />Photographer graur razvan ionut – business man, Photographer: Arvind Balaraman- school boy, Photographer: Andy Newson all pulled from http://www.freedigitalphotos.net/<br />
The Need for iPods in Elementary<br />Engagement is KEY<br />Pictures retrieved from: http://blogs.scholastic.com/classroom_solutions/2010/01/ipod-invasion-energizing-your-students-about-the-use-of-ipods.html<br />
Innovators and Early Adopters in the field of Early Childhood Education<br />Picture retrieved from: askpang.typepad.com/.../04/microniche_mark.html<br />
Laggards<br />Imagine by Laura Clark retrieved from <br />http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1169085/Schools-pay-18million-compensation-injured-teachers-ONE-year.html#ixzz0urTZVRp7<br />
Decentralized Approach<br />Picture retrieved from: www.lifeinamatrix.com/wp-content/uploads/2008<br /> Life in a Matrix by Chris PearsonPodcast Powered by podPress (v8.8)<br />
Change Agents<br />Media Center Specialist<br />Students and teachers that are currently using iPods<br />Technology Integrations Specialist<br />
References<br />Cop, M. (2010). iPod a history – iPod generation 1 and 2. Retrieved from: http://hubpages.com/hub/iPod_a_history__2<br />Kahney, L. (2006). Straight dope on the Ipod's birth. Retrieved from: http://www.wired.com/gadgets/mac/commentary/cultofmac/2006/10/71956?currentPage=1#ixzz0uqmI0Jzt .<br />Rosen, L. (2010). Welcome to the iGeneration!. Education Digest: Essential Readings Condensed for Quick Review, 75(8), 8-12. Retrieved from ERIC database.<br /> <br />Ullman, E. (2010). Reaching ELLs with Mobile Devices. District Administration, 46(2), 18. Retrieved from ERIC database.<br />