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iPads in the Elementary Classroom

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Steph Tobin

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presented by Steph(anie) Tobin
Welcome to iPads in the
Elementary Classroom

Touch Screen
Ease of Use
Endless Possibilities (+/-)
Teaching and Learning
Interactivity
Organization
S.E.C.T.I.O.N.S.
FRAMEWORK
Bates and Poole (2003)
Students
Multiple Intelligences
Gen-Z
Multiple Abilities
Mobility
Storage
+
-
Dongle
Space
No Flash
Publishing
Set-Up
Costs
Time and Headaches
Time
App syncing
Surprises
10 iPads in a cart with insurance = $7000
Breaks Down Walls
Community of Learners
21rst Century Education
Assessment
Technology alone will not improve learning.
buy cases and a dongle
give teachers time (Crichton et al., 2012)
teach basic use and digital citizenship
establish accountability system (Hutchinson et al., 2012)
use at centres and set desktop
wi-fi
publish student work somewhere
don't buy 1:1
try lite versions first
share one app per staff meeting
Speed
As fast as a worksheet
Novelty
Reliability
Capitalize on Novelty
Quick to differentiate
No walking time
What is it?
Teaching and Learning
Students
Ease of Use
How do iPads meet elementary students' needs?
Where would you rank the iPad on
a scale from 1-5 in terms of its ease
of use for elementary students?
Costs
How could an iPad affect teaching
and learning?
Digital Literacy
iPad Affordances
Interactivity
How do iPads facilitate student interaction with knowledge, learning and each other? Other?
Organization
How would you implement an iPad
project at your school?
iPad Process
1. Learn basic functions
2. Explore iPad as a learner
3. Use apps with students (whether supports
constructivist principles or not).
4. Seek apps that ask students to create.
5. Try best loved apps for different subjects.
6. Use iPad to support answering an
essential questions as in PBL.
Sir Ken Robinson
Editing
Why?
Documentation and Archival
How does 21rst Century Learning relate to iPads?
(Carr, 2012; Kennewell, Tanner, Jones & Beauchamp, 2008; Kershner, Mercer, Warwick & Staarman, 2010; Mohon, 2008; Papert, 1980; Warwick & Kershner, 2008)
Puppet Pals
Are iPads the ticket to engaging all learners and improving the quality of their work?
(Couse & Chen, 2010;
Swan, van 't Hooft, Kratcoski, & Unger, 2005)
?
1
5
so easy
so hard
2
3
4
Tech Savvy
Social
Want Entertainment
Problem solvers, critical thinkers, collaborators, organized, self-motivated, self-regulated, innovators
and socially responsible.
My Story
Doodlebuddy
My Story and Tar Heel Reader
Popplet
Retell stories
Introduce vocab
Explain
science concepts
Give book reports
Create
advertisements
Debate
Wiki
https://sites.google.com/site/ipadsinelementary
Username: mr.bisque007@gmail.com
Password: ipadsinelementary
(Premier's Technology Council of British Columbia, 2010)
21rst Century Learners
Hmmm.
Apply this to using iPads with elementary students.
Today
$ Apps
21rst Century Ed. vs. iPads
Knowledge:
Instant Access
Learning:
Continuous
Each Other:
Connected
Anything else?
What infrastructure is needed?
meaningful
guided
authentic
engaging
reflective
collaborative
knowledge builders
1+1=3
Forms and safety
and Security
Constructivism
self-aware
Learning is...
Students are...
Notes
Keynote and Appzilla
Methods
Think Pair Share
KWL
Problem-Based Learning
Critical Thinking Consortium (TC2)
Understanding by Design
Daily Five

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