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IPod Touch in the Classroom

Using the IPod touch in an inquiry-based science classroom.
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Marshall Hunter

on 25 March 2011

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Transcript of IPod Touch in the Classroom

NetSketch iResponse iResponse allows for individual student response to questions
Allows teachers to actively gauge student learning and obtain feedback


The Basics YouTube
Students can watch instructional videos from youtube Voice Memos
Students can record memos in the field
while collecting data or observing Notes
Students can type notes and memos with the
easy to use and accurate touch keyboard. Calculator
Basic calculator and scientific calculator
Graphing calculator can be downloaded for a few dollars Videos
Video demonstrations or instructional videos can be
downloaded before class and used as new literacy Convert Units
Converts one unit of measurement to another
Converts speed, temperature, time, volume, length,
angle, area, data, energy, force, mass, power, pressure
and allows for custom creation of conversions. iSeismometer
Mini seismograph that uses the accelerometer to
sense local vibrations iResponse SPARKvue SPARKvue
This application is used in conjunction with PASCO's PASPORT sensor that allows for up to 70 different measurement sensors
Makes the Ipod touch an inquiry based tool
Real time measurement data and analysis can be done on the Ipod touch in the field
Connects wirelessly with the respective probe
Probes can be used to measure temperature, pH, pressure, soil PH, water quality, forces, gases, and many others! NetSketch
Collaborative drawing program where multiple ipod
users can draw on one canvas simultaneously
Students could use it to pass notes Science Glossary at Visual Learning
Extensive glossary of scientific terms and
short bibliographies of scientists
Connects to the internet for visual learning
modules and diagrams
Some school districts are considering using
Ipod touches to replace text books Google Earth
Explore the same global satellite and aerial imagery available in the desktop version of Google Earth, including high-resolution imagery for over half of the world's population and a third of the world's land mass.
Navigate the world with a swipe of your finger
Swipe with two fingers to adjust your view to see mountainous terrain
Show the Panoramio layer and browse the millions of geo-located photos from around the world
View geo-located Wikipedia articles
Use the Location feature to fly to your current location
Search for cities, places, and business around the globe with Google Local Search Oil Spill Time Lapse using Google Earth iHandy Level
Turns the Ipod touch into an accurate level Units
Similar to convert units but it also
has a built in ruler New Wine.......New Bottle
The Ipod Touch Easy to use interface
Touch screen
Wi-fi enabled
Runs on Apps
Most Apps free or low cost
Basic Apps included The ipod Touch can be
a valuable tool in the
inquiry-based science
classroom. THE END

Created by:
Marshall Hunter & Harvey Williams
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