Presentation on theme: "How to be an Appy person in the classroom! To discover new ways of using mobile devices and or programmes effectively in the classroom."— Presentation transcript:
How to be an Appy person in the classroom! To discover new ways of using mobile devices and or programmes effectively in the classroom
Socrative app Student response system at the palm of your hand! App store: Socrative student and teacher
Variation of response system Infuse learning Infuse learning is interactive and can take many forms from drawing to quizzes Find it at teacherinfuselearning.com
Audioboo is a great way to get your students talking! MFL, English, Drama or any other subject that may need students to explain their learning. Some examples- Mia and Caitlyn give a demo!
Songify turns speech into music, automatically! Just speak into your device, and Songify will turn your speech into a song.
Screencasting: DoceriDoceri and ScreenChomp are two fantastic free apps that students can use in small groups.ScreenChomp Suggested use: Have a team solve a math word problem and document the steps they’ve taken to find their answer. Students can each take on a role (as speaker, writer, timekeeper, director) or each model a different part of the problem. These tutorials can be shared with the whole class or included in digital portfolios. Differentiate the task by having students work on problems at their level or in a mixed ability group. These screencasts can be used as a form of assessment to see if students can explain their thinking – and work collaboratively.
Class Dojo Behaviour Management software "ClassDojo makes it easy to keep my students alert and on-task “
Jot it down! What? You don’t have your planner! Well lets just give you a 60 min! Using Jot it down! Can work as a planner, a whiteboard and reminder. Upload to Twitter, share via , or share in lesson to each other
Teleprompter: Students can practice choral reading to build fluency using the iPrompt iPad app. iPrompt Choose a famous text – or one you and your students have written – and cut and paste it into the app. Change the font size and speed of delivery to meet the needs of your students. Have students read in unison or act as a timekeeper for another. It’s a great way to connect to the Speaking and Listening in any language.