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iCanCook

In this presentation I will describe the application of iPads and laptops in a math lesson focusing on cooking!
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Hana Matsumoto

on 18 June 2014

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iCanCook
a lesson integrating technology, math, cooking & more
EDST 422
6/6/14
Hana Matsumoto
Overview
of a lesson combining technology, math & cooking
driven by:
Technology Values
Appropriateness
Research
Appropriate Use
Parent & Community Connection
Relatable and FUN
Enhance Learning
for third grade
Authentic Use
iPads & Laptops
Technology used:
Uses of Technology:
iPads used to create menus, generate recipes, film video & keep notes
iMovie, Photobooth, GarageBand & Basil
Application used:
Laptops used to edit film, generate sound track, make cookbook & work collaboratively
Lesson Description
students will:
Learning Objectives
Students will be able to:
Understand fractions as numbers & solve problems using the 4 operations
Work collaboratively & communicate with others inside & outside classroom
1
2
3
Create and edit video (understand production process)
How Students Will Learn
iPads & Laptops
By hands on experiences:
Demonstration of Learning
Assessment
Sample
Timeline
Reflection
References
Grocery List of Materials
iPads
Laptops
Apps: iMovie, Photobooth, GarageBand & Basil
Food (to make recipes)
Measuring cups/cooking utensils & supplies
Green Screen
Printer/printing materials
Consider whether objectives were exceeded, met or not met
gathering local ingredients
measuring ingredients
making food
using technology to produce & communicate
working with experts
create cooking show
write recipes
make class cookbook
self-reflect
student centered & generated
students are given multiple avenues
formative reflections on process
summative evaluations & testing
about one month
Intro to new technology, time to learn & explore

WEEK 1
WEEK 2
Begin writing recipes, research & hands-on lessons
WEEK 3
Make food & film cooking
WEEK 4
WEEK 5
Edit video & create cookbook
Present cooking show to parents & community
Create cooking show & cookbook (math & writing skills)
Generate recipes (develop writing & reading skills)
Research healthy eating habits
Learn to use technology to film, edit & create
Role of Student
Student-centered & generated
Role of Teacher
facilitator & provide guidance/lessons (math)
Role of Guests
Parents to talk about traditions
Students to talk about healthy food
Producer to talk about film/video/editing
Chef to talk about cooking
of kids cooking!
Bourgault, K. Personal Communcation. June 2014
Common Core Standards. Retrieved from: http://www.ode.state.or.us/wma/teachlearn/commoncore/ccssmath.pdf
Manning, E. (2008, June 5). Delicious Summer Treats. Chatting About Books Podcast. Podcast retrieved from: http://www.readwritethink.org/parent-afterschool-resources/podcast-episodes/delicious-summer-treats-30272.html
Recipe Video: Cheese Boereg (Video file). Retrieved from: http://www.spatulatta.com/recipes/108-armenian-week
Student responses/reflections & parent feedback
Reading and math scores (before, during & after lesson)
Effectiveness of technology
MY VALUES:
HOW I WILL ASSESS LEARNING:
students will:
&
Create bond to community, family traditions & know about healthy eating
Technology can be used as a tool for communication & self-expression
Technology can be used to develop creativity
Technology can be used for critical thinking, problem solving & making decisions
Oregon Technology Standards. Retrieved from http://www.ode.state.or.us/search/page/?id=1880
Third grade appropriate care & maintenance of devices
Students will learn how to manage two similar devices & one operating system
Students will use applications relevant to lives & classroom content
Students will learn skills related to technology to achieve state standards (math & technology)
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