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iPad in Class

Page history last edited by mstopa 10 years ago


Who are we?

Lisa Albury - ESOL Specialist, lalbury@chccs.k12.nc.us

Karen Jeremiah - Teacher Librarian,  kjeremiah@chccs.k12.nc.us

Melissa Stopa - Technology Specialist, mstopa@chccs.k12.nc.us


Why the iPad?     
    barriers to use of tech
    consumption vs. creation, digital natives vs. digital immigrants

How did we set them up?
    “milk crate” and wire file sorter from office depot

10 port usb powered usb hub with syncing cables

10 outlet power strip - charge once a week

sync to an admin workstation

iphone configuration utility


What is with the App Store?

App Store:  Wild West analogy

    time, quality, limited
    flash??? come on!
    spelling city example

How do we use in primary classrooms?
    guided reading response/engagement

literacy centers

    math workshop

ESL Apps
    Google Translate
    Mobile Mouse while teaching v. interactive white board or slate
   
School Librarian
    circulation station/visual search
    books/book searching

Resources:
Google Doc with Apps
School Library Journal Article stressing the “need to curate” children’s book apps

http://www.slj.com/slj/home/889043-312/digital_book_world_2011_a.html.csp

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