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iPads for the Elementary Classroom

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Amanda LeBlanc

on 10 July 2013

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iPads in 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?
Hardware?
Software?
How are you going to use
it in the classroom?
Pick a place to
start!
Some management suggestions
*create a notebook - either paper or on
the iPad
*MODEL!!!
*Decide logistics BEFORE you start
*Password locks
Some of my favorites!
PreziViewer
SplashTop
Timer+
Notes - either free or paid
TaskPro
Self Made Link icons (DISCUS)
Sticky Notes
NatureScape
Common Core
Math Apps
Epic Math
Hungry Fish*$$
Math Bingo$
Splash Math*$$
Little Matchups: Count Money
Unit Convert
Rocket Math
Calculator Pro
Math Puppy
123 Domino
Reading and Book Apps
iBooks
Kindle
Nook
Interactive Books:
Meet Biscuit
Dr. Seuss
Miss Spider
Scholastic Storia
Follett Shelf Reader
Overdrive
National Geographic
Explorer
Science and Social Studies Apps
GoSkyWatch
Planets
NASA
Insectarium HD
Britannica Rainforests
Color Uncovered
Stack the States/Presidents/Countries
Animal Kingdom HD
Google Earth
LeafSnap HD
Compass
Writing, Spelling and Letters
Cursive Practice
Spelling Test
Word Bingo
Little Writer
Magnetic ABC
Hangman
Chicktionary
Sight Words
Health and Fitness
Simply Fitness Series: Yoga, Cardio, Abs
SmashFood
MyFitnessPal
Awesome Eats
Eat This, Not That - the Game
I Am Love: Kids Yoga Journal
Apps for helping students IMAGINE and CREATE!
Art Maker
Toontastic
Educreations
My Story
Flat Stanley
Puppet Pals
Screen Chomp
Drawing
Popplet Lite
PhotoBooth
VideoFXLive
RealPiano HD
Kindertown
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!
EdModo
GoogleDrive
Twitter
EverNote
Dropbox
Knowmia: Teach
Too Noisy
ScribblePress
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...
Sushi Monster
My Math
Geoboard
Snowflake Station
Bridge Basher
Science 360
Spelling City
Fruit ABC
Word Mover
Spelling Free
Knowmia
MyStory
Morfo
30 Hands
Tellagami
BookPress
Math Ninja
Long Division
Tell Time Lite
Oh No Fractions
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