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Ipads in the classroom

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A few ideas for apps to use in a secondary school classroom

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Ipads in the classroom

  1. 1. APPS FOR THE CLASSROOMUsing iPads to meet curriculum objectives.
  2. 2. Objectiveswhat we dowhat’s availablepractical ideas/workshop
  3. 3. Firstly ....Smartnote and .pdfusing Dropbox
  4. 4. ‘Quick Voice’,‘Caster’, ‘Voice recorder’ ...create
a
podcast
of
key
elementsrecord
parts
of
the
lesson
to
use
during
revisionrecord
presentations
or
supplementary
informationrecord
a
plenary
  5. 5. ‘Songify’, ‘Talking Prez’ ...record raps to reinforcerecord word lists
  6. 6. ‘Strip Design’Students
storyboard
their
responses
to
a
text
stimulus,
or
series
of
issues.


Students
create
a
sequence
of
ideas
around
a
central
theme
  7. 7. ‘Puppet Pals’, ‘Sock Puppets’...create a dialoguedevelop a discussion around a theme
  8. 8. ‘Make a Monster’, ‘Make a Martian’, ‘Picturizr’...create and customise a character
  9. 9. ‘Photocard Lite’ ......
a
postcard
from
an
important
historical
event
or
a
place
being
studied...
a
postcard
with
an
appropriate
picture
and
5
key
facts
about
a
topic
being
studied...
as
a
plenary,
email
their
teacher,
themselves
or
a

friend
with
details
of
what
they
learnt
in
the
lesson
  10. 10. ‘Moodboard’, ‘Corkulous’, ‘Moxier Collage’ ... building ideas using words and pictures ...
  11. 11. ‘Idea Sketch’, ‘i-Brainstorm’, ‘Mind Map’ ...Give
students
a
time
limit
for
reading
a
piece
of
information,
then
give
them
5
minutes
to
create
a
mind
map,
using
the
app
‘Idea
Sketch’,
to
capture
and
organise
what
they
have
learnt
Planning
an
essay
or
creative
writingPlanning
an
oral
presentationOrganising
and
structuring
ideas
  12. 12. ‘Sketchbook’, ‘Bamboo Paper’ ...creating content, writing and drawing
  13. 13. ‘Windbell Diary’Use
a
digital
diary
in
plenary
sessions.Ask
students
to
write
down
what
they
have
learnt.Use
the
diary
for
self‐assessment.
Write
a
Hictional
account
of
a
day
in
the
life
of
...Write
an
account
of
a
daily
routine.Write
a
Hictional
diary
entry
about
any
subject.

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