Presentation on theme: "iPad Technology in Early Childhood Gail Laubenthal Sanchez Elementary Robbie Polan Early Childhood Department"— Presentation transcript:
iPad Technology in Early Childhood
Gail Laubenthal Sanchez Elementary Robbie Polan Early Childhood Department
WORKSHOP EXPECTATIONS HOW TO CHOOSE APPS DISTRICT & CAMPUS GUIDELINES CLASSROOM GUIDELINES IPAD APPS CHALLENGES & BENEFITS Agenda
As a result of this training: Student will: o Begin using the iPad independently to practice specific skills. o Use the iPad to take pictures and use them in book making. o Use the iPad activities in a collaborative manner.
As a result of this training: Teachers will: o Use the iPad to asses student work. o Use rubrics for iPad activity evaluation. o Provide clear expectations in the form of an “I Can” chart.
How do you decide which apps are best for your students and your curriculum?
District & Campus Guidelines
Classroom Guidelines “I Can” Charts
Let’s Share Some of our Favorite Apps!
Recording Understanding Izaiha talks about the properties of ice Sophia talks about what she wants to be when she grows up
Recording Understanding iTalk & Art
Math Kindergarten Math Bingo
Math Pre-K Little Solver – Preschool Logic
Word Problems with Doodle Buddy There were 3 spiders and my friend gave me 2 more. How many do I have now?
Science Kindergarten & Pre-K Body Parts
Science Pre-K & Kindergarten Life Cycles
Reading Pre-K & Kindergarten I Like Books
Oral Language Kindergarten & Pre-K Create a show to check for understanding Sock Puppets Juan and Chloe talk about being a Paleontologist.
Writing Little Story Maker
Assessments Kindergarten & Pre-K Show Me A student explains his understanding of gravity using the app “Show Me”.
What will be your implementation challenges? How will we overcome them? What will be the benefits for you and your students?