Using the iPad with the IFD

Don't Put the Cart Before the Horse

Make sure to answer the question on our Today's Meet Back Channel

What is a low performing student expectation that you need additional instructional support teaching?

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Norms for the Day


  • Stay on schedule, be on time.
  • Participate and listen actively.
  • Take care of your self and your neighbor.
  • Prepare your technology for learning and engagement.
  • It's OK to have fun!

Agenda for the Day


9:00-9:10 Introductions/Norms/Expectations

9:10-9:20 Lowest Standard Back Channel

9:20- 9:30 iPad App Store Search Techniques

9:30- 9:40 Searching by the IFD

9:40- 9:50 Process Standards Apps

9:50-10:05 Techniques for Accountability

10:05-10:15 Reflection and Wrap Up

Ways to Analyze the App:

o Drill and Practice -- provides reinforcement and repetition of knowledge

and skills already learned. Includes worksheets, practice tests and some styles of games.

Example – Math Drills

o Tutorial -- provides introduction, complete direct instruction, practice and feedback

Example – Go Math

o Simulation -- provides a fantasy type environment that the learner can manipulate and then receive feedback in the form of reward on consequence

Example – Mindcraft

o Collaboration- - student centered discussion around the content in order to achieve an end goal.

Example - Google Docs

ELAR Example

Apps:

Inference Clues

TLDR Reader

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Math Example

Apps:

  • PiggyBot
  • Needs vs Wants
  • Lemonade Stand

Process Standards

Accountability with the iPad

  • Having students take a screenshot of completion
  • Students can record reflections or work with voice recording app
  • Using Book Creator for final work
  • Send work to a Google Drive folder
  • Email the work to your teacher

Finally.....Did your app get the job done?

  • Did the app meet the rigor of verb involved?
  • What does the student need to be able to do by the end of the lesson based solely on the verb and content of the TEK together?

  • Did the app allow for mastery of objective? If not how will you supplement?
  • Could the technology based performance indicator adequately teach other students the content necessary for their mastery as well?

  • What rubric will you use to assess the student’s learning?

  • Is the rubric authentic to the TEK and performance indicator?

  • How will you use the technology product/project in class after it is created?

  • Did the student create an end product with the app? If so, how are you accessing this product? How are you sharing this product? How are you evaluating the product?

Kahoot Time!

  1. Go to www.kahoot.it
  2. Type in the classroom code
  3. Enter your name
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