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  • From Implementation to Device Management - a panel discussion at Mobile 2011

    1. 1. From Implementation to Device Management A Panel Discussionat #Mobile2011 Suren Ramasubbu Phil Hardin CEO Exec Director of EducationMobicip.comHuffPost Technology Blogger Jennifer Wivagg Technology Susan Wells Coordinator Principal
    2. 2. Agenda• Overview• Initiation• Budget• Leadership support & approval• Deployment challenges• Acceptable use, security, device management• Loss / damage• Student tasks and projects• Impact on student achievement
    3. 3. Jump Links• Title• Agenda• Comal• Rowan Salisbury• Culbreth• Appendix
    4. 4. Individualized Instruction and Learning Using The iPod Touch How ELL Students Use the iPod touch as a Tool to Help with English Language Acquisition A Joint Presentation By Jennifer Wivagg Jose Salazar
    5. 5. • Located between Austin and San Antonio• 600 Square Miles• 17,000 students PreK-12
    6. 6. ELL Student Trends at CISD April 2009 April 2009 April 2009 April 2009 Reading, Grade April 2009 March 2009 April 2009 April 2009 Mathematics, Mathematics, Mathematics, 6 Reading, Grade 7 Writing, Grade 7 Science, Grade 8 Reading, Grade 8 Grade 6 Grade 7 Grade 8Canyon Middle School 90.26% 79.85% 85.17% 85.66% 95.40% 85.30% 88.52% 66.67%Limited English 40% 50% 50% 62.50% 87.50% 66.67% 50% 100%Church Hill Middle School 94.96% 91.86% 82.68% 90.91% 94.25% 88.33% 88.89% 62.50%Limited English 80% 100% 40% 20% 57.14% 60% 60% 50%Mountain Valley Middle School 94.14% 81.33% 77.06% 85.71% 92.45% 77.14% 83.41% 52.63%Limited English 80% 40% - - - 50% 25% 0%Smithson Valley Middle School 99.23% 93.10% 93.33% 95.56% 97.73% 93.43% 92.73% 66.67%Limited English 100% 75% 100% 50% 100% 0% 33.33% 50%Spring Branch Middle School 98.80% 86.80% 90.15% 94.70% 99.19% 88.89% 90.62% 100%Limited English 50% 100% - - - 0% 0% -• Consistently score lower on standardized tests.• Often have few learning resources at home.• Limited exposure to academic English outside of school.
    7. 7. ELL Program Goals• Increase English language acquisition and fluency• Provide students with anywhere/anytime learning• Improve standardized test scores
    8. 8. Proposed Solution• Provide all ELL middle school students with a mobile device with the following access: • Audio Textbook in English • English Music and Videos • Internet Access • Voice Recording Capability • Learning Tools such as translators, dictionaries, encyclopedias, etc. • Educational Games• Students will be able to take home the mobile device.
    9. 9. 32GBThird Generation iPod Touch 32GB Fourth Generation iPod Touch
    10. 10. Implementation• Parent Meeting (Required) – Outline program guidelines – Permission slip – Student Responsibility – Overview of the device• Teacher Training – Individual/Group – In-class with students – Ongoing
    11. 11. Activities and Outcomes Voice Recordings • Students use Voice Memos and read or respond to prompts. • Helps improve fluency and comprehension.•Provides instant feedback•Helps teachers withprogress monitoring.
    12. 12. Activities and OutcomesResearch/Reference Tools Provides• Dictionary • Instant access to• Thesaurus information• Internet through Mobicip • Student-centered• Glossaries • Multiple modalities (text,• Maps images, sounds)
    13. 13. Activities and Outcomes Audiobooks• Textbooks and novels are available to students in an audio format.• ELL students can listen as they read.• Helps with English pronunciation and comprehension.• Provides textbook support at home.
    14. 14. Activities and Outcomes Apps• Educational and Games reinforce concepts.• Game apps used as rewards for meeting educational goals.• Individualized instruction“I like Word Warp because they give you letters and you discover words with theletters they give you.”-Karina, Grade 6
    15. 15. Activities and Outcomes Videos• Teachers download videos that correspond to topics in their core classes.• Provides student with additional instruction in a different format.
    16. 16. Activities and Outcomes Creating Media• Audio and Video Podcasts• Students take pictures of words they need to identify.• Students create an video oral history of their live. (Interview with family members)
    17. 17. Sample Activity-Comic Touch•The teacher assigns a list ofvocabulary words to thestudents.•The students first must finda picture on the Internet(Mobicip) that representsthe vocabulary word insome way.•The student then uses theapplication, Comic Touch, tocreate a comic panel thatrepresents their assignedvocabulary words.
    18. 18. iMentor ProgramMentoring programwith high schoolstudents and middleschool ELL students Students use video downloaded on the iPods to facilitate discussion.
    19. 19. Application Task Cards
    20. 20. Challenges• Time• Management• Loss/theft of devices• Lack of curriculum integrating the iPod touch• Lack of framework• Few educational reviewed applications• Training teachers
    21. 21. http://www.comalisd.org/mobile_learning
    22. 22. Contact InformationJennifer Wivagg, instructional media specialist jennifer.wivagg@comalisd.org Jose Salazar, bilingual/ESL coordinator jose.salazar@comalisd.org
    23. 23. The Mobile Learning Environment Phil Hardin Executive Director of Technology Rowan-Salisbury School System Salisbury, NC hardinpj@rss.k12.nc.us
    24. 24. North Rowan High iPod Project Background710 Students 0.8% American Indian 2.5% Asian 3.2% Multiracial 4.6% Hispanic 42.1% White 46.6% African American63% Free/Reduced Lunch
    25. 25. North Rowan High iPod ProjectBackground8th grade End-of-Grade test scores for thecurrent NRH 9th graders:• 36.4% were at or above Level III in reading• 39.42% were at or above Level III in math• 26.2% were at or above Level III in reading and math
    26. 26. North Rowan High iPod Project• Dropout Rates & Engagement:Most students report that dropping out of High School is agradual process of disengagement that results in the lackof connection to school.Student engagement is one of the areas addressed by theNRH project.
    27. 27. North Rowan High iPod ProjectMobile Learning Opportunities: 1. Encourage “anywhere, anytime” learning 2. Reach underserved children 3. Improve 21st-century social interactions 4. Fit with learning environments 5. Enable a personalized learning experience Pockets of Potential: Using Mobile Technologies to Promote Children’s Learning, January 2009
    28. 28. North Rowan High iPod ProjectThe Beginning: 2008-2009 •Freshman Academy • 200 ninth grade students • 10 core subject area teachers • 4 resource teachers • Principal & Assistant Principal
    29. 29. North Rowan High iPod Project2009-2010 School Year:Expanded to 10th grade - August 2009 Expanded to 11th & 12th grades - February 2010
    30. 30. North Rowan High iPod Project
    31. 31. North Rowan High iPod ProjectWireless Internet Equipped Buses
    32. 32. North Rowan High iPod Project
    33. 33. North Rowan High iPod Project Benefits:• Engaged Students• Students Excited about Learning• Students Use Educational iPod Applications Outside of Class• Teachers Excited about their Teaching• Decrease in Discipline• Increase in Attendance Rate for 9th Graders
    34. 34. Expansion Overton Elementary: Spring 2010iPod touch devices and iPod carts provided to: • 70 fifth grade students • 5 fifth grade teachers • School administrators
    35. 35. Expansion North Rowan Middle: Fall 2010iPod touch devices and MacBook carts will beprovided to: • 205 eighth grade students • 8 core subject area teachers • School administratorsThis is a feeder school for North Rowan High
    36. 36. Expansion Knox Middle: Fall 2010iPod touch devices and MacBook carts will beprovided to: • 252 sixth grade students • 9 core subject area teachers • School administratorsOverton Elementary is a feeder school for Knox Middle
    37. 37. ExpansionThirty-eight 21st Century ModelClassroomsiPod touch devices, iPod carts, and MacBookcarts provided to: • Thirty-eight 21st century model classrooms • Model classroom teachers selected by an application process
    38. 38. ExpansionSpring 2011iPod touch devices and MacBook carts will beprovided to: • 450 seventh grade students • 80 fourth grade students • 20 core subject area teachers
    39. 39. Funding & PartnershipsFunding: Local, State, & Federal Funds Grant Funds • The Blanche & Julian Robertson Family Foundation • Golden LEAF FoundationWorking Partnerships: Apple, Inc. Mobicip
    40. 40. 3 Years of iPod 1:1
    41. 41. Staff collaboration--Examining our own bricksand mortar
    42. 42. Teachers embrace newtechnologies
    43. 43. Changing teaching and learning-customized, personalized,individualized
    44. 44. Moving to mobile,universal deployment
    45. 45. iPod touch at hand- every student, everyday
    46. 46. Across contenScience Class areas Social Studies Class ESL Class
    47. 47. Managing the technical end
    48. 48. Mobicip- internetfiltering for the iPodtouch
    49. 49. “It’s changing everything.”“Information nolonger belongs tojust a handful ofkids, or just to me.”- Culbreth teacher
    50. 50. Appendix
    51. 51. Managed 1:1 Learning Platform✓Network✓Classroom Equipment✓CIPA Filter - Mobicip✓Configuration &Deployment✓Device Management & Syncing
    52. 52. CIPA-ComplianceSafe Browser Web Monitor App www.mobicip.com
    53. 53. CIPA-Compliance• Replacement for Safari Mobile• Same rich UI, look and feel – Bookmarks – Multiple Tabs – Pinch & Zoom – Landscape Mode – Send Email – URL History / Suggestions – Cookies – Save Images
    54. 54. CIPA-Compliance• Account Configuration • Apply Global Filtering Level – Elem, Middle, High School • Allow/Block Categories • Allow/Block Websites • Add/remove Devices • Manage Users • Setup Time Limits• Internet Activity Reports • Allowed Websites • Blocked Websites • Receive Email Reports
    55. 55. ReferencesComal ISD Mobile Learning Projecthttp://www.comalisd.org/mobile_learningGrey Culbreth YouTube Channelhttp://www.youtube.com/user/greyculbrethNorth Rowan High School iPod Projecthttp://www.rss.k12.nc.us/21stCentury/ipodMain.htmlMobicip.comhttp://www.mobicip.com

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