I pad 1:1 pilot presentation


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I pad 1:1 pilot presentation

  1. 1. ipad 1:1 Pilot Program
  2. 2. Are You an old school or a bold School?
  3. 3. Bold schools are steeped in cultures whereeveryone, both educators and students, are seen aslearners first. To be fully able to seize theopportunities that access provides, the adults needto be engaged in the learning process as much ifnot more than the kids in our classrooms. Boldschools are innovating and inventing in theclassroom and curriculum, poking the box oftraditional education in ways that make sense forkids.- Are You an Old School or a Bold School (Richardson)
  4. 4. Right now, we need bold schools, not old schools. Bythat, I mean we need schools to take serious steps to notonly reinvent themselves, but to step out and advocatefor a new, more meaningful definition of what learningmeans for our students, one that goes beyond simply“higher student achievement” or “increased studentperformance.”-Are You an Old School or a Bold School (Richardson)
  5. 5. Three Realities Facing Schools• Reality #1- Web has fundamentally undermined the main premise upon which our schools and systems were built• Reality #2- Society, specifically the two-income family, would be hard-pressed to adjust to millions of school-aged kids staying home to take courses online• Reality #3- Individualized, online learning environments will do a better job of delivering test-passing content and skills to our students than classrooms will. What is our value in light of the challenges and opportunities that the Web now brings to education?”
  6. 6. NMC Horizon REport• The abundance of resources and relationships made easily accessible via the Internet is increasingly challenging us to revisit our roles as educators in sense-making, coaching, and credentialing.• The world of work is increasingly collaborative, giving rise to reflection about the way student projects are structured
  7. 7. What Does this Mean?
  8. 8. Bloom’s Taxonomy
  9. 9. SAMR Model
  10. 10. Substitution
  11. 11. Augmentation
  12. 12. Modification
  13. 13. American Studies II QuickTimeª and a decompressor are needed to see this picture.
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  15. 15. Why The iPad? ACU Connected: Abilene Christian Motion Math in Class: An assistant University is on the forefront of professor of education at USC’s experimentation with technology in their Rossier School oversaw this study college classrooms. Through the ACU looking at whether having students Connected program, they have conducted play a learning game to teach them several studies on the iPad. Among their fractions increased their knowledge. results: students who annotate text on the Just five days of playing Motion MathiPad score 25% higher on questions involving for 20 minutes each day raised fifth transferring information. Researchers have graders’ fractions test scores 15%, and also learned using an iPad raises student also raised their "liking" of fractions satisfaction levels because of the ease of and by 10% use of varied features
  16. 16. Why The iPad?HMH Fuse Algebra 1: In September 2010, textbook Beyond Textbooks: In late 2010, Virginia’s publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt packaged its education department began an experimental Algebra 1 book as an iPad app called HMH Fuse program of giving iPads to social studies Algebra 1. The company donated 400 iPads loaded students in grades four, seven, and nine to test with the app to schools in four California school its viability as a learning tool. They found thatdistricts. After a full school year of study, the results the technology increased both student showed nearly 20% more iPad users than non-iPad independence and collaboration, and allowed users scored "proficient" or better on the district teachers to be more facilitators than fact- algebra exam. deliverers.
  17. 17. Why The iPad? The ‘agile’ space now created by the introduction of the iPad, although tablet style devices have been around a while, has yet to be proven as educationally useful; indeed some are not convinced that there is any need for another ‘space’ in learning technology. However, many of us disagree with this view andbelieve products such as the iPad will be central to how many people learn in the coming years. This agile space has many of the attributes associated with handheld and portable devices whilst also creating new and innovative ways of using technology. It adds a level of flexibility which has been absent until now. For example, whilst the iPad won’t exactly fit in most pockets, it is very easily carried from one place to another and it won’t take a large heavy laptop trolley to trundle 15-20 iPads from one classroom to another in a school setting. Conversely, it offers the screen size of a small laptop/netbook which issignificantly larger than a handheld device, whilst avoiding the traditional form factor of a hinged-screen laptop.
  18. 18. Why the iPad?Noah Rahman has moderate Cerebral Palsy affecting his communication, cognition and upper and lower body movement. When he turned two, his language, cognitive ability and fine motor skills were diagnosed by a developmental specialist as being at least 12 months behind. Then Noah got an iPad. Four months later, his language and cognition were on par with his age level. His fine motor skills had made significant leaps.- Mashable