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Multi-step projects with a single-task device

Multi-step projects with a single-task device

The iPad allows students to ramp up to app proficiency quickly - learning to use Pages to write an assignment or Skitch to draw on a photograph. Challenge your students’ device proficiency by providing multi-step projects that rely on a students ability to assess and identify the right tool for the job from a variety of app choices.

In this session, de Haan & Delavan will outline a process for encouraging students to map out a complex project that requires various apps to reach successful completion. We’ll look at opportunities for student choice within the project settings that include chances for analysis, synthesis, & self-evaluation.

Presented on August 15th, 2012 at the Puget Sound Educational Services District (PSESD).

The iPad allows students to ramp up to app proficiency quickly - learning to use Pages to write an assignment or Skitch to draw on a photograph. Challenge your students’ device proficiency by providing multi-step projects that rely on a students ability to assess and identify the right tool for the job from a variety of app choices.

In this session, de Haan & Delavan will outline a process for encouraging students to map out a complex project that requires various apps to reach successful completion. We’ll look at opportunities for student choice within the project settings that include chances for analysis, synthesis, & self-evaluation.

Presented on August 15th, 2012 at the Puget Sound Educational Services District (PSESD).

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