Ready, Set, Collaborate! Implementing Common Core with Shared iPads

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Published on March 19, 2014

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Presentation on Shared iPads, CUE 2014

Ready, Set, Collaborate! Implementing Common Core with Shared iPads Link to presentation: http://goo.gl/az6NqJ Nancy Minicozzi Jessica Cioffi

! ! Jessica Cioffi gplus.to/jcioffi @TeachingJess ! ! 5th Grade Teacher 29 kids: 8 iPads ! ! Nancy Minicozzi gplus.to/coffeenancy @CoffeeNancy about.me/coffeenancy ! Elementary Media Specialist

Poll Time

What grade do you teach? ! Go to www.vot.rs and enter ! 79 60 99 View results

What is your iPad ratio? ! Go to www.vot.rs and enter ! 47 92 91 View results

Polls can be used in a variety of ways in your classroom

iPads are intended for individual users

How do we share so students are happy and everyone gets what they need? Image by krzyboy2o

Mirroring

We don’t need no dongles!

Mirroring wirelessly is much better than using a hardwired connection Image by Paul Reynolds

Proximity is key in managing mobile devices Image by Scot Campbell

So many reasons to mirror Base image by Jason Samfield; Thinglink by Nancy Minicozzi

OK, I’m sold. How do I do it? Reflector Air Server Apple TV

It’s not about the apps

Technology without good pedagogy ≠ good teaching SAMR model image is the creation of Dr. Ruben Puentedura, Ph.D. http:// www.hippasus.com/rrpweblog/

Are you supporting collaboration, creativity, communication, and critical thinking? Images by Barrett Elementary, geralt, John-Morgan, and Carlos Bussenius

Still, there are apps you should consider

Whiteboard apps allow students to learn, create, and share.

Thank you to Chris Larkin for sharing his students’ work.

iPad teams naturally lead to engagement and collaboration. Image by Ainunau

Push interactive content to students for collaboration and discussion

Open Nearpod app OR go to nearpod.com Class Code LIPXZ Students work with the digital content directly from their seats.

Thank you to Kelly Lampert for sharing her students’ work Storytelling apps can be used with all grades.

Creation Apps Thanks to Linda Yollis (@lindayollis) for this video

Thank you to Dr. Wes Fryer (@wfryer) for sharing this podcast. Podcasts can get all students involved in the production. Image by Wes Fryer

Thanks to John Stevens (@jstevens009) for this video Older students can create more elaborate products

How do I know what apps to choose?

There are a few very important criteria to keep in mind. If you focus on those, it will be a lot less confusing. ImagebyBobAugust

Nuts and bolts of iPad sharing

Numbered wallpaper

Get content off to save

Share with your colleagues

Use iPads during centers or rotations to create a mini 1:1 or 1:2 classroom. Image by Brad Flickinger

In a small group everyone can participate while they keep each other on track. Image by violetta

Pair work is good for all students, especially younger ones. Image by Mike Oliveri

Students will work together to win

Open Socrative Student app OR go to socrative.com Turn a student response app into a game Room 526133

Image by Peter Wadsworth Sometimes students will have to take turns.

What about BYOD*? *Bring Your Own Device

BYOD can increase the student:device ratio.

Most importantly...

Image by Hober Mallow Be fearless. FAIL = First Attempt In Learning

Questions?

Here are some of the apps mentioned today… Thinglink Reflector (computer)* AirServer (computer)* Word Clouds by ABCya Explain Everything* Educreations iPevo Whiteboard ShowMe Edmodo i-Nigma Nearpod StoryKit Book Creator* Kid’s Journal Pages Comics Head Toontastic Zoodle Comics Puppet Pals (HD and 2) Sock Puppets Tellagami Audioboo TouchCast Dropbox Evernote Google Drive Photostory Popplet Lite Subtext Pic Collage LEGO Movie Maker Haiku Deck Keynote iMovie 30hands Bluster! Face Talk Socrative ! ! ! Apps are listed roughly in order of appearance in this presentation and are free or have free versions available except as noted. *No free version available for continued use

! ! Jessica Cioffi gplus.to/jcioffi @TeachingJess jcioffi@lvusd.org ! ! ! ! Nancy Minicozzi gplus.to/coffeenancy @CoffeeNancy nminicozzi@gmail.com ! Contact Us

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