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Using iPads in the Intermediate Grades August 5, 2014
Essential Questions What is the difference between technology use and technology integration? What practical tips make it easier to manage iPads in the classroom? What basic tools will help me get my class started with iPads?
Rules: Use only the apps or websites you are asked to use. Do not change the wallpaper or take photos. Agenda: Socrative Philosophy Edmodo Padlet Kidblog Haiku Deck Apps beatcreativemarketing.com
Security Go over expectations, consequences, and District Policies Assign each student a numbered device Restrict access as needed Monitor - double click HOME, check photos, check apps Accountability Keep devices in locked cabinets Watch the cords and earphones Outlet strips
Technology Guidebook for Educators Digital Citizenship Resources
What is Technology Integration? One of the biggest challenges facing educators is distinguishing between using technology and integrating technology. The key to integration is that technology must become a tool that is as commonly and easily used as a pencil or eyeglasses. www.pravsworld.com What is the most important word?
Ferriter, 2013, Retrieved from http://www.teachingquality.org/content/technology-tool-not-learning-outcomehttp://www.teachingquality.org/content/technology-tool-not-learning-outcome First Answers On Second Thought
Using TechnologyTechnology Integration Technology usage is random, arbitrary & often an afterthought Technology usage is planned and purposeful Technology is rare or is sporadically used in the classroom Technology is a routine part of the classroom environment Technology is used to instruct students on content Technology is used to engage students with content Technology is used purely for the sake of using technology Technology is used to support curricular goals & learning objectives Raos, Adito, 2013 on TeachBytes
Adito Raos (2013) created a chart on his TeachBytes blog to illustrate the difference between using technology and technology integration. Using TechnologyTechnology Integration Technology is mostly being used by the instructor Technology is mostly being used by students Focus on simply using technologies Focus on using technologies to create and develop new thinking processes More instructional time is spent learning how to use the technology More instructional time is spend using the technology to learn Technology is used to complete lower-order thinking tasks Technology is used to complete higher-order thinking tasks Raos, Adito, 2013 on TeachBytes
Adito Raos (2013) created a chart on his TeachBytes blog to illustrate the difference between using technology and technology integration. Using TechnologyTechnology Integration Technology is used solely by individuals working alone Technology is used to facilitate collaboration in & out of the classroom Technology is used to facilitate activities that are feasible or easier without technology Technology is used to facilitate activities that would otherwise be difficult or impossible Technology is used to deliver information Technology is used to construct & build knowledge Technology is peripheral to the learning activity Technology is essential to the learning activity Raos, Adito, 2013 on TeachBytes
Practical tips for passwords. Locking file box and index cards Practical tips for upkeep and cleanliness Use screen protectors Wipe screens regularly
KidBlog Feedback Expectations stu245 Part 3 (opt) Part 4
Reading Response Rubric 210 Introduction Response began by stating the main event from the reading. Response began with a detail from the reading or a general statement. Response did not have an introductory statement. Events Response included 3 details/vocabulary from the text. Response included less than 3 details/vocabulary from the text. Response did not include details/vocabulary from the text. Analyzing Response shows that the student thought about how the text was written. Response partially shows that the student thought about how the text was written. Response does not show any evidence of thinking about the text. Sentence Response included a series of at least 5 interesting sentences that made sense. Response used at least 4 sentences that make sense. Response used less than 4 sentences and/or sentences do not make sense. ConventionsResponse consistently used capital letters and punctuation correctly. There are fewer than 3 misspelled words. Response sometimes used capital letters and punctuation correctly. There are between 3 and 8 misspelled words. Response rarely used capital letters and punctuation correctly. There are more than 8 misspelled words.
Reading Response Rubric 210 Task Response completely answered the prompt. Response partially answered the prompt. Response did not answer the prompt. Sentences Response included a series of at least 2 sentences that made sense. Response used at least 1 sentence that made sense. Response did not use sentence format or did not make sense. ConventionsResponse consistently used capital letters and punctuation correctly. There are only 1 or 2 misspelled words. Response sometimes used capital letters and punctuation correctly. There are between 3 and 6 misspelled words. Response rarely used capital letters and punctuation correctly. There are more than 6 misspelled words. 4 th MP
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Complete the first assignment on Edmodo. Use the code: y89njs Then, continue through each exercise. Have fun!
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