Presentation on theme: "Lessons Learned by Fran Mauney"— Presentation transcript:
1 Lessons Learned by Fran Mauney ISTE 1:1 iPad InitiativeLessons Learned by Fran Mauney
2 Vision, Plan, Goals for School To be successful, a one-to-one initiative requires much more than simply providing devices for students and teachers.It requires a shared vision for learning.
3 Began with one grade level Teachers received their devices first, completed 8 hours of PD, and explored over the summer.iPad iMovieBegan with one grade level4th grade students received their iPads in August.
4 Lesson Planning and Procedures iPad mission statement and Hopes and DreamsHow to use the camera, take screen shots, use Safari, and Skitch.Established procedures and routines for iPad distribution and collection.iPad contracts were signed.
6 Students Worked as Independent Learners in Stations Gradual Release of Responsibility: We taught the App to the class, they experimented, then the teacher designed lessons that promoted differentiation. Students became the experts and shared their findings with classmates.
7 Focused on Curriculum: Research and Assessment Students demonstrated their learning using Screen Chomp, Ask3, Skitch, Edmodo.2 of the Most Powerful Outcomes from the 1:1 Initiative:Research and AssessmentFocused on Curriculum: Research and AssessmentStudents enjoyed researching and publishing their findings.
8 Edmodo Workflow Solution Teachers and students shared work via Edmodo: links to websites, assignments, photos, quizzes, polls, leveled-readers, PDFs, PowerPoints, videos.
9 QR Code CrazyGreenville County iPad BlogQR Codes for Math and Behavior Rewards
10 Most Powerful PD: Field Trip to 4th Grade Classrooms In February, we received funding for the rest of the school to receive iPads. Creating a vision with reluctant teachers was a challenge. It was solved by visiting the 4th graders and seeing how the culture and climate of their classrooms changed.
11 4th Grade Teachers On-Site Experts Identified Key Teacher LeadersAssisted their grade level teachers load Apps, shared resources and ideas with themEncouraged each otherSupported Adult Learners
12 726 iPads in the Hands of Students In February, one K5 class received their iPadsThen a 3rd grade classNext all 2nd grade students,Then all 1st graders,Next all 5th graders,Then all K5 students,Finally, all 3rd grade students received iPads
13 Professors redesigned curriculum for students after the visit Set up Field Trips/Tours for the university students next semesterPartnered with a private university to provide training for pre-service teachers in child development centers using iPadsLed Professional Development for ECC in iTeach Café environmentFurman UniversityUSC UpstateBob Jones UniversityInvited Local University Education Majors and Professors in for ShowcasesToured ClassroomsLed sessions before and after the tours
14 Successes, Challenges, Next Steps InfrastructureCore AppsContent CreationResearch and AssessmentMDMTouching each iPad to install appsAccounts, ads, under 13 years of ageBegin the year with procedures and lesson plans in placeMeet with teachers about Common Core and AppsPD for new teachers
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