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iPads, Education and the Digital Age

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Digital Natives
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iPads, Education and
the Digital Age

Saqib Safdar
Teacher of Mathematics
e-Advanced Skills Teacher
Woodhouse College
ssafdar@woodhouse.ac.uk
twitter: ssafdar314
Digital Natives
Old Paradigms
Technosphere
Internet, email etc
Digital Age
Industrial
Age
Computing Age
102,000
Time & Consciousness
Creative Ecology
Creativity
Collaboration
Interconnected
hexagon
Digital Natives
Linear
Connected
Change Institutionalised
Organic
Student Centered Learning
Ownership of learning
Career Paths Not Linear
Invest in talent
41 mn
First Signs of Life
First Primates
820
mn
Spoken Language
102,000
Written Language
5125
Sugata Mitra's "Hole in the Wall" experiment
10 iPads - iPad group
no fixed objectives!
Exponential Times
Results
Teacher not tied
to front
of classroom
Delivery of Content
through video and pdf
Smartboard - ipad - youtube
iPads for
Staff feedback
More scope to engage students in discussion
Wireless Connection of iPad to projector
National Literacy Trust
Balance
34,910 young people aged 8 to 16 reveals:
The number of
children reading eBooks has doubled
in the last two years (from 6% to 12%).
Children say they
prefer to read on screen.
Over half (52%) said they would rather read on electronic devices but only a third (32%) would rather read in print.
Those who read
only on-screen
are also three times
less likely to enjoy reading
very much (12% vs 51%) and a third
less likely to have a favourite book
(59% vs 77%).
http://www.literacytrust.org.uk/news/5372_children_s_on-screen_reading_overtakes_reading_in_print
Industrialisation
256
First Humans
2mn
1999
Results
The Experiment
DEMO
Owais
Zahra
Maths Department
Plans
Yet to explore
Here!
Class set of
ipads
itunes U
courses
istudents
Subject Specific Apps
"The internet is a tool to help the consciousness of humanity to evolve"

Llewellyn Vaughan Lee
"we had the experience but miss the meaning"
TS Eliot
Bart Conner
by Ken Robinson
Assessment
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