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iPads for the Elementary Classroom
Transcript of iPads for the Elementary Classroom
Part 1: So you have an iPad - now what?
Part 2: Teacher Apps
Part 3: Apps for Curriculum
Support and Reinforcement
What do you have access to?
How are you going to use
it in the classroom?
Pick a place to
Some management suggestions
*create a notebook - either paper or on
*Decide logistics BEFORE you start
Some of my favorites!
Notes - either free or paid
Self Made Link icons (DISCUS)
Little Matchups: Count Money
Reading and Book Apps
Follett Shelf Reader
Science and Social Studies Apps
Stack the States/Presidents/Countries
Animal Kingdom HD
Writing, Spelling and Letters
Health and Fitness
Simply Fitness Series: Yoga, Cardio, Abs
Eat This, Not That - the Game
I Am Love: Kids Yoga Journal
Apps for helping students IMAGINE and CREATE!
Do you have 1 iPad, a small set or a classroom set? Do you have the VGA cable to connect to a projector or white board OR an AV cable to connect to a large TV for sharing? Do you have a charging cart?
How are you loading or sharing apps? Do you have iCloud access?
Is there a district admin software to help with set up?
1 iPad: Make sure you have a blend of teacher use and modeling and "hands on" for students - share the iPad in groups - individually answering of group problems - take turns logged in a notebook for skills reinforcement - assign a student/let students take turns completing class tasks like notecards, spelling reviews, twitter updates, etc.
2 - Small set: Have students work in rotating groups like literature circle groups, multi-user apps, have iPads set up for different exercises and rotate groups to experience each - take turns in small groups for reinforcement - class "teams"
1:1 - Project creation and sharing, individualized skill reinforcement, personalized reading and set up
If you need to see depth and project application - start with an app for students to create - if you need to see skills reinforcement and tracking start with a subject app - if you want to see research and reading a museum app or guide is the best place to start - if YOU aren't comfortable with the hardware pick a teaching app for you like StickyNotes and make friends with your iPad before branching out... just don't stagnate on 1 type of activity!
Make sure you have your iPad "manners" posted
Review appropriate use,, choices and consequences BEFORE you start
Monitor and MONIITOR (and adjust with a smile)
Use shortcuts like QR codes to make your life easier!
Edmodo, Edmodo, Edmodo.....
Really... I can't live without them and use them almost daily...
Tell Time Lite
Oh No Fractions