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  1. 1. Learning in Hand Tony Vincent learninginha nd.com
  2. 2. 8:30-10:00Mobile Learning, Response Systems, Audio and Video10:00-10:15Break10:15-11:30Recording audio and working with images11:30-12:30Lunch12:30-2:00Apps, video, and project-based learning2:00-2:15Break2:15-3:30Resources and Classroom Dos and Donts
  3. 3. tap two-f i nger tapVERBS d ouble-tap slidespread swipe tilttwo-f i nger slide pinch
  4. 4. FreshS tart
  5. 5. Sleep button Hold down Sleep 1 button for 5 seconds. 2 Slide to Power Off. Hold down Sleep 3 button for 5 seconds. Wait for iPad to 4 Power On.
  6. 6. M obileLearning
  7. 7. A nti-A cronymA ssociation ofA merica
  8. 8. MOBI L E
  9. 9. M oreO pportunitiesB elongInL earningE nvironments
  10. 10. More opportunities for Personalization
  11. 11. More opportunities for Expression
  12. 12. More opportunities for Productivity
  13. 13. More opportunities for Access
  14. 14. More opportunities for Real-World Tools
  15. 15. QR Codes
  16. 16. i-nigma
  17. 17. learninginhand.com/susd
  18. 18. ResponseSystems
  19. 19. tonyv.me/s9
  20. 20. eClicker
  21. 21. eClicker Host
  22. 22. A udio & Video
  23. 23. Podcasts and iTunes U screenshots
  24. 24. Words Without Plurals Why Grammar Matters Mixed Metaphors Can versus May The Thing is... Writing With ... Ellipses I’m Good Who Versus WhomWhen are double words ok?
  25. 25. Flipping the Classroom
  26. 26. Lecture vs. Podcast64% 71%
  27. 27. ShowMe
  28. 28. B reak
  29. 29. A udio &Images
  30. 30. Notes
  31. 31. A udio &Images
  32. 32. Dragon Dictation
  33. 33. Merriam-Webster Dictionary
  34. 34. Read It
  35. 35. Voice Memos
  36. 36. REFLECTION
  37. 37. GarageBand
  38. 38. Safari
  39. 39. Find and save a photo that contains right angle. Save to the Photos appTap and hold the image to save
  40. 40. Doodle Buddy
  41. 41. Draw and label anobject that has aright angle.
  42. 42. SCREENSHOTS Hold down the Sleep button. Quickly press and release the Home button. Screenshots are saved in Photos app.
  43. 43. Maps
  44. 44. Photo used with permission from Flickr user Hatto
  45. 45. Maps
  46. 46. Take a screenshotof an obtuseangle in Maps.
  47. 47. Adobe Photoshop Express
  48. 48. Comic Touch Lite
  49. 49. Add a caption toyour obtuse anglescreenshot.
  50. 50. SonicPics
  51. 51. Lunch
  52. 52. Apps & P roject-Based Learning
  53. 53. How manyapps are onTony’s iPod touch?
  54. 54. How would you spend one million dollars to help our community?
  55. 55. Project-Based Learning
  56. 56. Project-Based LearningStudents work over anextended period of timeanswering a driving question.The question is so deep that itrequires students to create aproject to share their findingswith others.
  57. 57. Project-Based LearningStudents work over anextended period of timeanswering a driving question.The question is so deep that itrequires students to create aproject to share their findingswith others.
  58. 58. Project-Based LearningStudents work over anextended period of timeanswering a driving question.The question is so deep that itrequires students to create aproject to share their findingswith others.
  59. 59. Project-Based LearningStudents work over anextended period of timeanswering a driving question.The question is so deep that itrequires students to create aproject to share their findingswith others.
  60. 60. Project-Based LearningStudents work over anextended period of timeanswering a driving question.The question is so deep that itrequires students to create aproject to share their findingswith others.
  61. 61. Project-Based LearningStudents work over anextended period of timeanswering a driving question.The question is so deep that itrequires students to create aproject to share their findingswith others.
  62. 62. Project-Based LearningStudents work over anextended period of timeanswering a driving question.The question is so deep that itrequires students to create aproject to share their findingswith others.
  63. 63. tonyv.me/def
  64. 64. PuzzleGame
  65. 65. ivitiesActersus vPro jects
  66. 66. QuestionInve stigate Share
  67. 67. QuestionInve stigate Share
  68. 68. Dr ivingQue stion
  69. 69. ‣ How ca n we best stop the flu at our school?‣ Is it worth the expense to move to an organic diet?‣ Which element of the periodic table is most important?‣ Should the U.S. use the metric system?‣ Which simple mac hine is most important to you?‣ Shoul d government bail out businesses?‣ Is it better to buy or lease a car?‣ What if R osa Parks never gave up her seat?‣ Design a better lunch menu for your school. ‣ What if students use thei r own mobile devices in school?
  70. 70. What m akes a good Vice President?‣ Include the branch of government the position is part of.‣ Include the roles and powers of the position.‣ Explain how someone is elected or appointed to the position.‣ Include information about at least two people who have held the position.‣ Explain the role of the position in Gerald Fords succession to presidency.‣ Include how the office holder is positioned in the line of succession to the presidency.‣ Include at least one map, chart, or graph.‣ Give the project your personal touch.
  71. 71. Idea Sketch
  72. 72. QuestionInve stigate Share
  73. 73. QuestionInve stigate Share
  74. 74. Atomic Web Browser Lite
  75. 75. iCell
  76. 76. QuestionInve stigate Share
  77. 77. QuestionInve stigate Share
  78. 78. Choice
  79. 79. have anidentifiable audience
  80. 80. StoryKit
  81. 81. tonyv.me/skvp
  82. 82. iMovie
  83. 83. iMovie Splice
  84. 84. ShowMe
  85. 85. Puppet Pals
  86. 86. B reak
  87. 87. Resou rces and Dos & Don’tslearninginhand.com/do
  88. 88. Discovr Apps
  89. 89. iear.org
  90. 90. iear.org
  91. 91. tonyv.me/appinfo
  92. 92. How to link to apps in the App Store.
  93. 93. Do understand how iTunes works.
  94. 94. Help Menu > Welcome to iTunes
  95. 95. Do create aclassroom iTunes account.
  96. 96. Do sync all iPods to one computer.
  97. 97. iTunes Account
  98. 98. iTunes Store Menu
  99. 99. Do name iPods.
  100. 100. Do label iPods.
  101. 101. Do set each iPod forautomatic sync of all content.
  102. 102. Configure each iPod to sync all audio and video so that everything in the iTunes Library is automatically transferred to the iPod. Connect iPod to the cart or computer. Click the iPodʼs name under Devices in iTunes. Under each tab choose the settings as shown below. Applications are for iPod touch only.February 201
  103. 103. Do make playlists.
  104. 104. Do configure theMusic app for eachaccess to playlists and podcasts.
  105. 105. Do delete content.
  106. 106. Do have procedures for passing out, turning in, and syncing.
  107. 107. Do secure iPodswhen not in use.
  108. 108. Do have earbuds for each student.
  109. 109. Do create a web clip icon for your class or school website.
  110. 110. Do use a URL shortener.
  111. 111. spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?hl=en&formkey=dC1SZ2FZRUFYT3V2WFVpZGFjdjNfZHc6MA bit.ly/eval02
  112. 112. Do haveconsequences for misuse.
  113. 113. Do create a usage contract.
  114. 114. iNtouch Club iNtouch Project Rules • Rule about Primary Use: As part of this project I agree to use the iPod touch as a Personal Learning Assistant. I understand that the iPod Touch can be a tool that can greatly enhance my ability to be an independent learner. • Rule about use only by the student: I am responsible for my iPod Touch. This is my personal learning too, I will be the only one to use it. I will NOT loan my handheld to friends, brothers, sisters, or anyone else for any reason. • Rule about bringing iPod Touch to class: I am responsible for bringing my iPod to class each day, fully charged and ready for use. • Rule about iPod Touch use in class: iPods are to be used in class only when permitted by the teacher and for designated purposes. No game playing or other off-task use is permitted during class. • Rule about installing software to iPod Touches: No items (apps, music, podcast, audio, etc) other than those on the NPS approved list of items, shall be installed on the iPod Touch. If I install items on the iPod that are not NPS approved, I understand I will lose privileges and/or delay of stage advancement depending on severity of offense. • Rule about software licensing and illegal copying: No items shall be downloaded or Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Use Contract installed on the iPod Touch unless the proper license has been obtained. 1. It is the responsibility of each student to ensure that student-loaded files and applications do not consume • Rule about cheating: Exams, quizzes, and tests are to see what I have learned in class. disk space needed for instructional or educational requirements. No cheating will be permitted. This includes cheating using iPod Touches. iPods will not 2. Only school-issued computers are to be used at school, unless permission has been granted by the Principal be permitted during exams, quizzes, and tests unless permitted by the teacher. or Campus Director. 3. Students MAY NOT add, modify or delete files, applications or system preferences on school equipment unless directed to do so by a staff member. • Rule about proper care: When using my iPod Touch at home and school, I will 4. The following are prohibited: transport and store it appropriately. I will keep it in the protective case safely away from • Pornographic, obscene, or vulgar content. • Downloading, uploading, sending, or importing inappropriate content. pets, small children, weather, heat, etc. I will report any damage immediately so we can • Illegal use or transfer of copyrighted materials to a school owned computer. see if it’s covered by the extended warranty. • Sharing of any passwords for any reason, other than with staff members. • Sending of ‘chain emails’ or ‘spam’ using a school email address. • Rule about Damage: If the iPod is damaged the extended warranty will be used to fix it, 5. Breach of the above rules may result in removal of access to ICT privileges. Dear Parent of _______________________________, 6. Students may only carry one laptop at a time, and must return it to the relevant storage place when not in if possible. No loss of privileges unless it is found that the damage was due to neglectful use. use. This year, as part of the County Line Elementary ESOL curriculum, we will be using iPods to support 7. Students who damage equipment will be responsible for its repair or replacement. student learning at school and at home. This is a pilot project specifically for 5th grade students at CLES Responsible Use of ICTs and we are very excited about the opportunity to utilize this new technology with our students. Cyber Bullying is bullying which is carried out through an Internet service such as email, chat room, discussion Before we can begin our pilot project, there are guidelines that parents of our students need to be aware Rule about Lost or Stolen iPod: I will NOT be charged for the replacement of the iPod Touch group or instant messaging; or through mobile phone technologies such as short message services (SMS). It may of and agree to in order for your child to participate. if lost or stolen, but I do understand that my User Stage will be stepped down to Stage 1 also include inappropriate use or distribution of images, videos or audios of another person. (from http://www.netalert.gov.au) 1. The iPods are the property of Barrow County Schools and will be issued on a checkout basis (like books) indefinitely. If the iPod is recovered the student may request to reinstatement. to your child for instructional use only. 1. Any form of cyber bullying will not be tolerated under any circumstances. 2. If a student accidentally accesses inappropriate content, they should move on without drawing unnecessary attention, or inform the teacher quietly if needed. 2. iPods will be returned to school the following day. The checkout period is for ONE night only at a time. 3. Students will not access chat-rooms or social networking sites without permission from staff, and will not iPods will not be issued over the weekend. give out any personal details over the Internet. 4. Students will be respectful of others when using computers, iPods or other audio-visual equipment. Use of 3. When your child returns to school, they should immediately return the iPod to the issuing teacher, who headphones is recommended for all audio-based activities. will immediately inspect the iPod. 5. Parents, together with students, will be responsible for home iPod use. 6. Each student is responsible for his/her own iPod Touch. As such, the following guidelines should be General Use Rules observed: I (parent and child) agree to: a. iPods must be brought to school, fully-charged, every day of the school week. 1. Keep the iPod in its case at ALL times. b. Lost iPods must be replaced as soon as possible. 2. Ensure that the iPod, earbuds, and case are only used by the student they are assigned to. c. If a student damages someone else’s iPod, they shall be responsible for replacing or repairing the 3. Keep the iPod case zipped closed when not in use. broken hardware/software. Hence, students will not use someone else’s iPod without their 4. Keep the iPod in my book bag at all times when taking it to and from school. permission. 5. The iPod may NOT be connected to a home computer or used for entertainment purposes. Only d. All iPods must be pin-coded, and, for security purposes, homeroom teachers must be kept informed of what this pin-code is. Changes must be notified immediately. authorized teachers are allowed to download and/or delete material from the iPod. 6. Maintain possession of the iPod at all time. I agree to abide by the conditions of the ICT Contract and Responsible Use Policy: Date: _____________ Responsibility Student’s name: _____________________ Student’s signature: _____________________ The iPod, case, and earbuds that your child will be using has a total replacement cost of $270.00. By Parent’s name: _______________________ Parent’s signature: ______________________ signing the contract below, you are agreeing to abide by the above rules and guidelines for use, and to accept financial responsibility for the repair or replacement of the equipment in the event that the iPod is lost, stolen, or damaged while checked out by your child. Home Address: _________________________________________________ Phone Numbers: Home: ______________________ Work: __________________ Cell: ___________________ Student Name: ____________________________ (print) Student Signature: ______________________________________ Parent Name: ___________________________________ (print) Parent Signature: __________________________________________ Teachers Signature: ________________________________________ Date: ___________________________ iPod Serial # ________________________________________ District Contact Information Name (Please print)_______________________________ School / District Contact Person Signature: _____________________________________
  115. 115. Do set up email.
  116. 116. Do not give students the iTunes account password.
  117. 117. Don’t buy expensive accessories.
  118. 118. monoprice.comdealextreme.com
  119. 119. Do not use liquidchemicals to clean the screen.
  120. 120. Do not put up with a glitchy iPod.
  121. 121. Restricting app installation.
  122. 122. Account password loophole.
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  124. 124. mobile2012.org
  125. 125. mobile2012.orgApril 11-13 in Phoenix
  126. 126. MOBI L E
  127. 127. M oreO pportunitiesB elongInL earningE nvironments
  128. 128. Songify

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