Send the link below via email or IMCopy
Present to your audienceStart remote presentation
- Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
- People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
- This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
- A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
- Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article
Do you really want to delete this prezi?
Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again.
Make your likes visible on Facebook?
Connect your Facebook account to Prezi and let your likes appear on your timeline.
You can change this under Settings & Account at any time.
Uses: The Ipad is an interactive tool that is easy to trans
Transcript of Uses: The Ipad is an interactive tool that is easy to trans
USES: BrainPOP supports individual, team, and whole-class learning. This is an interactive learning site that can be used at school to help introduce new topics and illustrate complex concepts while meeting the needs of all students learning styles. This can be used on a computer or smartboard
Tool #5: Getting Students Involved
Cooperative learning Tool # 6
Think-Pair-Share is a a great co-operative learning strategy that promotes differentiated instruction by providing students with the opportunity, time, and structure that is needed to think about a given topic before sharing their own thoughts and ideas with a peer or group. This learning strategy promotes classroom participation because it provides all students with the opportunity to share at least one thought or idea with a peer which increases their overall classroom participation and involvement Think-Pair-Share can also be used as a way to assess students knowledge on a subject matter in an informal way. This activity is easy to implement and can be done using the following this simple format:
1. Think: Students brainstorm ideas that focus on a chosen topic. Example: "What qualities make a good friend?" This will be done using a time limit chosen by the teacher.
2. Pair: Give students a minute or two to compare their list with their neighbor. Have the students create one master list of ideas. Then have the students pick 3-4 thoughts that stand out or they like the most to possible share.
3. Share: Go around the room and have each group contribute one idea to the class discussion. Write the ideas on the board or type them into a power point or smart-board slide. As the list expands, new ideas may be shared through class discussion.
Games for learning are tools that can be easily transferred from one class to the next.
They can be chosen based upon the grade you are working with. They are a fun tool that can be used to reiterate material
Name that State
Compound word memory
Uses: The Ipad is an interactive tool that is easy to transport and that has a variety of educational apps to introduce new topics, practice skills, and engage a students visual, auditory, all while meeting their hands on needs.
TOOL # 2
IPAD: INTERACTIVE FUN!
Uses: an assistive reading device that is designed for people of a second language
or who have reading difficulties, learning disabilities or dyslexia. Users can scan text, hear it spoken aloud and obtain definitions
and correct pronunciation within seconds. Contains both the
Basic Edition and Advanced Edition in one pen allowing you to switch from one to the other as you choose.
TOOL #1: READING PEN
GREAT FOR ALL AGES!!!
Uses: Student interest inventories can be used in a number of different grade levels to help teachers get to know there students quickly. There is a variety of different styles so you can meet the needs or "interests" of all of your students. I have added a website that has examples.
TOOL #3: SHOWING INTEREST
This strategy engages students by giving them the opportunity to get o know one another, share opinions, with other students on a high interest topic. Sharing opinions gets students invested in the lesson.
Step 1: Create 2 circles of students, one around the other. Students on the inside face out, and students on the outside circle face in.
Step 2: Give students 1-2 minutes to discuss their opinions on a hot button issue. This can be separated into 1 minute of talk time for the inside circle, and then 1 min for the outside, or pairs can be left to use the time as they please.
Step 3: When the timer runs out have students rotate and discuss the topic, as well as their previous discussion with another classmate.
TOOL # 4
FREEZE PAIR: a cooperative strategy that gets students up and moving and actively involved in the discussion process in a lees intimidating manner by allowing students to walk around the room while they think about a given topic or question until they are told to freeze. At that point they will stop and engage in a discussion with the person next to them for 60 seconds.
USES: This is a great strategy to use when you need to cover a lot of information and you only have a limited amount of time. This cooperative learning strategy can be used with activities that involve reading material, various types of information, or math skills.How it works: Students get into groups of 4-6. They then practice the game or skill at their table for 3-5 minutes. At the end of the practice session two individuals from the same group will rotate to a new group and demonstrate the skill or activity (game) that they just learned. This allows students to get a brief demonstration or explanation of a new activity or skill in a quick amount of time.
Tool # 9: Cooperative Learning Strategy
Tool # 10: Games For Learning
Tool # 7: Visual Technology
The ELMO is a Document Camera. It provides a visual presentation that helps enhance classroom experiences by making them more interactive for teachers and students.
What it does:
The Document Camera provides teachers the opportunity to quickly and easily present materials that in the past might have been time consuming to prepare.
With the ELMO Document Camera you can display any object to the class:
Protractor and Calculator Demonstrations
…and any other object or item you want to show to large groups or in detail.
By Emilee del Villar