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The Single iPad Elementary Classroom Everything You Need To Know To Get Started… Danelle Brostrom email@example.com Wini Bell firstname.lastname@example.org Want to take notes? Scan the QR codes around the room to download your own copy of today’s presentation!
What is 21 st Century Education? http://youtu.be/Ax5cNlutAys
This is the iGeneration… It is now over 40 years since the first e-mail was sent in 1971. There are 3.146 billion e-mail accounts in the world today There are 555 million websites on the worldwide web. There are 2.4 billion accounts on social networking sites. Facebook contains 100 billion photos. 225 million people have Twitter accounts (18.1 million of these people follow Lady Gaga!) 800 million people visit YouTube each month. 85% of handsets shipped in the year 2010 contained web browsers. -quoted by Google’s Tina Ornduff at the Google European summit in Prague, October 2012
Where To Find Apps… Common Sense Media Pinterest Blogs http://imaginationsoup.net/category/tech/ App Shopper Circle of Friends (Facebook) Google
Built In Features and Must Have’s… Screenshot (capture work in any app at any time) Camera/video (book review, digitize student work) iBooks iTunesU (Edutopia) Dragon Dictation Popplet Lite ScreenChomp (teaching videos created by kids) Rover Khan Academy
For You… Mind Tools HD TED TeacherCast Edmodo Common Core Reflector (http://www.reflectorapp.com/)(http://www.reflectorapp.com/) Show Me Socrative (FREE Student Response System) Notability Scan (QR code bulletin boards, book trailers, web links)
Preschool Tozzle Little Writer Zoola Lite Geoboard Doodle Fit Lite ABC Pocket Phonics Letter School Lakeshore Learning Phonics Tic Tac Toe Interactive Telling Time
Reading and Math Sparkle Fish Chicktionary Storia Weird But True (Fact of the day) Hungry Fish Number Link Chicken Bounce Pick a Path Flow Free Conundra Math Grid 9
Science and Social Studies Sci360 Awesome Eats Simple Physics NASA Finger Physics GoSkyWatch Planetarium Tinker Box Field Guides (iBird Lite, Sibley’s) Leafsnap National Geographic Today (Inquiry lesson) Stack the States Stack the Countries Google Earth
Arts and Foreign Language Singing Fingers Eye Paint Monster Chorus (turn ads off) Soundrop Fetch Spanish
Digital Storytelling and Alternative Assessment Toontastic Sock Puppets Puppet Pals 2 Story Buddy Camera – Science vocabulary skits, film your group working (helps kids assess behavior, contributions to group, questioning, etc.)
Games… Cut the Rope Lorax HD Glow Puzzle Truffla Shuffla Where’s My Water Trace
Advice… Be creative and think outside the box! Whenever possible, get FREE apps. Don’t pay for anything unless you are sure you’ll like it. If you see an app you want to try that is free, download it immediately. Prices change daily. Try and try again. When in doubt, give it to the kids. Take it home. Download apps. Play them. One page per “type” of app – Reading, Math, Science, SS The games are fun, but don’t use the iPad solely for games. The more often you can have the kids CREATE something using the iPad, or the more you can assess them in a different way using the iPad, the better. Share. Develop a network of iPad educators and share often!