ABCs of BYOD for
World Languages

ESOL/World Languages
Nov 12, 2013

Michelle Olah
While you are waiting...
• On your personal device (iPad, smart phone, laptop) Please
log on to SCPS Public Wifi

• If you...
Group norms
•
•
•
•

Put mobile devices away when we aren’t using them
Respect others level of understanding
Try and stay ...
BYOD

BYOD
Learning Goal

The participant will be able to describe effective
strategies and tools to implement a BYOD policy
in their...
Workshop Objectives
Participants will be able to answer the following questions to inform their decision
regarding allowin...
Technology Pre-test

Two ways to participate
1. Use a website to respond
OR
2. TEXT your response (you can share a cell ph...
To respond using
website:

TO RESPOND USING
TEXTING:(like you are
Open your texting window

๏

going to text a friend)
๏

...
www.pollev.com/scpsworldlang
Polleverywhere
Circle Map
POV:
Administrator

POV: Parent

4

3
Using mobile
devices
in education

2
POV: Student

1
POV: Teacher
Stand Up, Hand Up, Pair Up

• With your circle map, stand up
• Put your hand up and walk around the room greeting people i...
Round Robin
• Each person has 45 seconds to tell the benefits and
concerns - no one else talks or responds.

• The Final 4...
As a team choose your 3 top
concerns and 3 top benefits and
add them to the padlet at
http://padlet.com/wall/pe2tftc496
(o...
Reflection:
Do your perceived
benefits outweigh the
concerns?
Can you overcome
your concerns?
What will help you
make a de...
• Step 1: ASK YOURSELF WHAT YOU’RE TRYING TO

ACHIEVE by incorporating mobile devices into your curriculum. Do
you want to...
Step 2: SURVEY YOUR STUDENTS ABOUT
WHAT DEVICES THEY HAVE and how they use
them
Sample: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/55FT...
To respond using website:

TO RESPOND USING TEXTING:
๏

Open your texting window (like you are
going to text a friend)

๏
...
Step 3: Develop specific policies and
classroom management techniques to manage
BYOD

✴Review SCPS AUP and BYOD Policies
J...
Step 4: Communicate your plan to your
students, parents, administrators.
How are you going to get the information out?
Do ...
BYOD friendly tech tools and apps

Choosing the right tools for the right
reasons and goals
Tools
Which tools should I use?

FIRST, decide
what you want to
do…
THEN pick the right
tool
Formative Assessments
• Use BYOD in formative assessments to inform instruction,
identify potential gaps in knowledge or m...
Why is BYOD great for Formative
assessments?
•
•
•
•

Ability to be anonymous
Data available instantly
Data more easily ab...
Tools for Formative Assessment:
Tool

Platform

Socrative

Apple, Android, Web

www.socrative.com
Polleverywhere

Web, tex...
Summative assessment to evaluate
student learning/Tools to practice and
deepen knowledge
• Option #1 Let the STUDENT choos...
Category/Tool

Platform

Application

Interactive whiteboard
apps Doceri, Educreations,
Screenchomp, Lensoo
Create

Doceri...
Let’s Play!!!!
Animoto – Presentational Writing
BuddyPoke – Interpersonal Speaking
Thinglink – Culture
Tellagami – Presentational Speakin...
Tellagami

Presentational Speaking
Demonstrate Interpretive reading
Demonstrate Interpersonal Speaking
ThingLink

Demonstrate understanding of practices, products
and perspectives of target culture
Getting to know you

Presentational Writing
Questions and final Reflection

Reflection and
Next Steps
ABCs of BYOD for World Languages
ABCs of BYOD for World Languages
ABCs of BYOD for World Languages
ABCs of BYOD for World Languages
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  • Previewing New information DQ2 8
  • Log in as scpsworldlanguages
  • http://www.manuchao.net/radiolina/
    DQ2 7 (triads or quads)
    DQ 2 10 Processing of information
    Round http://www.online-stopwatch.com/full-screen-interval-timer/?c=fw8s4cbczj
    Robin – Each person has 45 seconds to tell what they came up with, no one else talks or responds. The Final 45 you can talk and add to your circle map.
  • Share out by random selector?
  • DQ 2 12 Recording and representing knowledge
    As a TEAM choose 3 of your top concerns and 3 of the benefits and add them to the padlet
    Notes: sign in as scpsworldlangauges to demo
  • Take out your circle map. Pick the most important frame of reference for you to consider –teacher, parent, administrator, student. again and circle your 3 big
    gest concerns and the 3 biggest possible benefits. OUTSIDE of your frame, answer the reflection questions based on that frame of reference.
    DQ2 13 Reflecting on learning
  • DQ 2 7 Organizing students to interact with new knowledge (diads)
    Quick Think Pair Share with your shoulder partner – one of you will be called on to report
    http://www.online-stopwatch.com/rocket-timer/
  • What are you most concerned about as far as classroom management? Brainstorm some possible solutions.
  • This is really important-
    DQ2 6 Identifying critical information
  • Sign in to infuse learning.com under michelle_olah@scps.k12.fl.us
  • I’ll show you 5 examples then you choose what you want to work on with a partner
  • Demo on ipad
  • Sign into Haiku deck - gallery
  • https://www.thinglink.com/scene/447040410179600384
  • Summer Travels http://animoto.com/play/p1M2T8Ebh4rftrP9KOUw8Q
  • ABCs of BYOD for World Languages

    1. 1. ABCs of BYOD for World Languages ESOL/World Languages Nov 12, 2013 Michelle Olah
    2. 2. While you are waiting... • On your personal device (iPad, smart phone, laptop) Please log on to SCPS Public Wifi • If you have a smart phone, you can go to your app store (Google Play or Apple App store) and search and download the following apps OR scan your handout with a QR code reader Apple OR Android Animoto Buddy Poke Socrative (teacher and student) Tellagami
    3. 3. Group norms • • • • Put mobile devices away when we aren’t using them Respect others level of understanding Try and stay with group – ask me for help if needed Keep sidebar conversations to a minimum
    4. 4. BYOD BYOD
    5. 5. Learning Goal The participant will be able to describe effective strategies and tools to implement a BYOD policy in their world language classroom to help students practice and deepen their knowledge.
    6. 6. Workshop Objectives Participants will be able to answer the following questions to inform their decision regarding allowing mobile devices in their world language classrooms • What are mobile devices and BYOD? (ipads, kindle, tablets, cell phones, smart phones)  • What are the pros/cons of BYOD in the classroom? • How can BYOD differentiate instruction, motivate students and increase student use of the target language? Goals
    7. 7. Technology Pre-test Two ways to participate 1. Use a website to respond OR 2. TEXT your response (you can share a cell phone with your neighbor if needed) Poll Everywhere
    8. 8. To respond using website: TO RESPOND USING TEXTING:(like you are Open your texting window ๏ going to text a friend) ๏ The number you are going to text is: 37607 ๏ In your message box you will type the number that corresponds with your desired response. ๏ It will look something like this: • Go to: PollEv.com/scpsworldlang • Answer the posted question
    9. 9. www.pollev.com/scpsworldlang Polleverywhere
    10. 10. Circle Map POV: Administrator POV: Parent 4 3 Using mobile devices in education 2 POV: Student 1 POV: Teacher
    11. 11. Stand Up, Hand Up, Pair Up • With your circle map, stand up • Put your hand up and walk around the room greeting people in the language you teach  • When the music stops, pair up with the person NEAREST to you and put your hands DOWN • Discuss your circle map and add to/revise your map as needed Online Timer
    12. 12. Round Robin • Each person has 45 seconds to tell the benefits and concerns - no one else talks or responds. • The Final 45 you can talk and add to your circle map. • The clock won’t stop! Don’t get distracted 
    13. 13. As a team choose your 3 top concerns and 3 top benefits and add them to the padlet at http://padlet.com/wall/pe2tftc496 (or scan the QR code on your handout) Pros/Cons
    14. 14. Reflection: Do your perceived benefits outweigh the concerns? Can you overcome your concerns? What will help you make a decision? Take out your circle map. Pick the most important frame of reference for you to consider –teacher, parent, administrator, student. OUTSIDE of your frame, answer the reflection questions based on that frame of reference.
    15. 15. • Step 1: ASK YOURSELF WHAT YOU’RE TRYING TO ACHIEVE by incorporating mobile devices into your curriculum. Do you want to… • Lower anxiety level of students? • Encourage students to use the target language? • Individualize student learning? • Encourage creative expression? • Make learning available anytime and anyplace? • Incorporate more authentic resources into your class? • Promote 21st century technology skills? The answers will lead you to the right apps. STEP 1 Rocket timer
    16. 16. Step 2: SURVEY YOUR STUDENTS ABOUT WHAT DEVICES THEY HAVE and how they use them Sample: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/55FTCVZ • Do they have unlimited texting? • Can they post online? • Are there limitations on the size of files they can upload? • With this information, you will have a complete picture of what resources your students can access. STEP 2
    17. 17. To respond using website: TO RESPOND USING TEXTING: ๏ Open your texting window (like you are going to text a friend) ๏ The number you are going to text is: 37607 • Go to: PollEv.com/scpsworldlang ๏ In your message box you will type the number that corresponds with your desired response. • Answer the posted question (you can respond more than once) Text
    18. 18. Step 3: Develop specific policies and classroom management techniques to manage BYOD ✴Review SCPS AUP and BYOD Policies JHMS policy STEP 3
    19. 19. Step 4: Communicate your plan to your students, parents, administrators. How are you going to get the information out? Do you need Parent Permission slips? Invite your administrator to participate/observe Sample Parent letter STEP 5: Implement your plan Perhaps start as a “pilot program” with 1 or 2 classes to work out kinks and build excitement with other classes. STEP 4 & 5
    20. 20. BYOD friendly tech tools and apps Choosing the right tools for the right reasons and goals Tools
    21. 21. Which tools should I use? FIRST, decide what you want to do… THEN pick the right tool
    22. 22. Formative Assessments • Use BYOD in formative assessments to inform instruction, identify potential gaps in knowledge or misunderstandings, and encourage student self reflection on what they know. • Some good tools for this - Poll Everywhere, Socrative, Padlet, and Infuse Learning. Formative Assessments
    23. 23. Why is BYOD great for Formative assessments? • • • • Ability to be anonymous Data available instantly Data more easily able to be tracked  Fun and engaging for students Formative Assessment
    24. 24. Tools for Formative Assessment: Tool Platform Socrative Apple, Android, Web www.socrative.com Polleverywhere Web, texting www.polleverywhere.com Infuse Learning www.infuselearning.com Web (mobile device friendly) Padlet Web (mobile device friendly) www.padlet.com
    25. 25. Summative assessment to evaluate student learning/Tools to practice and deepen knowledge • Option #1 Let the STUDENT choose the tool - You concentrate on the educational goals and they can concentrate of the technology. • Option #2 You choose the tool but make sure it is multi platform, easy to use and you have a backup plan.  Summative Assessment
    26. 26. Category/Tool Platform Application Interactive whiteboard apps Doceri, Educreations, Screenchomp, Lensoo Create Doceri, Educreations, Screenchomp (Apple) Describing content mastery, teacher others Video/Animoto Android and Apple Creative tool to summarize learning. Good for presentational speaking (if they use videos) or presentational writing. Podcasting/Audioboo Android and Apple Extending recording, Can be used for interpersonal dialogues Buddypoke Android, Apple Fun app that allows students to customize an avatar and give it voice. Tellagami Android, Apple Talking avatars Fotobabble Apple, web Students add their voice to a picture Haiku Deck Apple, soon on web Presentational writing, Thinglink Apple, web Add video, and text to an image Lensoo Create (Android)
    27. 27. Let’s Play!!!!
    28. 28. Animoto – Presentational Writing BuddyPoke – Interpersonal Speaking Thinglink – Culture Tellagami – Presentational Speaking Haiku Deck– Interpretive Reading
    29. 29. Tellagami Presentational Speaking
    30. 30. Demonstrate Interpretive reading
    31. 31. Demonstrate Interpersonal Speaking
    32. 32. ThingLink Demonstrate understanding of practices, products and perspectives of target culture
    33. 33. Getting to know you Presentational Writing
    34. 34. Questions and final Reflection Reflection and Next Steps

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