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100 + iPads Apps in the Classroom | Kathy Schrock's Guide to Everything

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http://www.schrockguide.net/ipads-in-the-classroom.html

 

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               1. There are many uses for an ipad in the classroom. The ipad can help both the student and teacher. The students learn more,  can do more, and work together and get more than just there ideas out.  Students learn more from viewing more detailed presentations, they can see different parts of the world while just sitting at there desk, learn about whats happening in the world at that exact moment, practice problems and record notes. They can do more because with the ipads they can create more complex documents and presentations also they can have blogs and voice there own opinions to a broader audience.  Students get to work together with other people by using live broadcasts or making there own websites also they can use websites such as google docs to work with other students without actually being with them. If the ipads are used right they can be extremely helpful but teachers still need to watch and make sure the student stays on track when using the electronic device.

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Rob Hatfield, M.Ed.'s curator insight, February 9, 2014 5:34 PM

This is a world class 21st century teaching and learning resource list for iPads apps in your learning environment. Thank you Kathy!

Elaine Brent's curator insight, February 11, 2014 4:17 PM

Brilliant selection of apps - I'm looking forward to trying more of them!

Jordan Varona's curator insight, February 15, 2014 2:08 AM

Considering how integrated technology has become in even basic courses, it seems pointless to resist lest one become outdated and useless as a teacher.

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Calling all K-12 teachers! Check out Connected Classrooms on Google+ to discover virtual field trips and collaborate with fellow educators.

Calling all K-12 teachers! Check out Connected Classrooms on Google+ to discover virtual field trips and collaborate with fellow educators. | Aspect 1 | Scoop.it
Bring the world into your classroom through Google+

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            10.    With connected classrooms you can take field trips to anywhere in the world (virtually that is).  You set up an appointment with the place you wanna go and then you live-stream with the tour guides from the place so your students get to see everything they would just as if they were there in person.

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From Classroom Tech Infusion TCC 4-4

Google is using its tools to move into Skype territory. They began connecting classes in 2013 and now have virtual field trips. They archive previous ones which can be viewed by clicking their calendar dates and choosing. 

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The Flipped Classroom as a Vehicle to the Future

We describe how the Flipped Classroom has become the vehicle to change in our teaching practice.
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        9.    This video shows how in order to move into the future we have to start adapting to the new technology that is going to take us there.  The video also talks about some of the new technology that could be implemented.

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Southern Door: 'Flipped' classroom on display at open house - Door County Advocate

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Southern Door eighth-grade math teacher Cliff Goodacre works with Faith Overbeck, left, on the day's math exercises during a Feb.
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           6.   In a traditional class teachers talk the whole time and kids practice it outside of school but in a flipped classroom kids have to watch the videos on their own time and the information from the videos will be practiced in class. In a flipped classroom almost everything is done on computer/ipads and very little paper is ever used.

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Creating an e-Learning School Culture

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Education is constantly changing the way students learn and how instructors teach. Technology is often the driving force behind many of the world’s changes and innovations.

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      4.   E-learning is a kind of education that is completely based around electronics.  Its purpose is to focus only on the child and the teacher is there just to help and answer questions.E-learning revolves around the student, teacher, and all the electronics and it a new way to learn.

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A strategy for creating a School e-learning culture

 

Education is constantly changing the way students learn and how instructors teach. Technology is often the driving force behind many of the world’s changes and innovations. In education, creating an e-learning culture is more about developing and tweaking what already exists, sharing a common vision, and doing things a little differently. The purpose of this article is to identify and outline a strategy for creating an e-learning culture within a school system ready to step away from traditional teaching.

 

http://elearningindustry.com/creating-an-e-learning-school-culture

 

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The Classroom and the Cloud: A Bright Forecast for 2020 | Edutopia

The Classroom and the Cloud: A Bright Forecast for 2020 | Edutopia | Aspect 1 | Scoop.it
What will the classroom of 2020 look like? As I look ahead, many of the trends we're seeing today will continue to expand learning beyond the classroom walls to connect educators, students and real-world experiences.
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             2.   Within the next 5 to 10 years students will be very much expected to have great knowledge and skills of all the technology around them. students will probably have portfolios and teachers and boss's will start to expect more from there students or employees.  One day everything will be judged upon digital portfolios and technological skill.  Looking at life in the future, everyone should be prepared to use technology everyday and almost all day.

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Flipped Classrooms, Librarians as "Defenders of Wisdom," and the Hottest Tech Tools | ISTE 2013 - The Digital Shift

Flipped Classrooms, Librarians as "Defenders of Wisdom," and the Hottest Tech Tools | ISTE 2013 - The Digital Shift | Aspect 1 | Scoop.it

Flipped Classrooms, Librarians as "Defenders of Wisdom," and the Hottest Tech Tools | ISTE 2013 http://t.co/nznlMdZ8lw #iste13

 

By Tiffany Whitehead

The ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education) Conference in San Antonio from June 23-26 offered unique opportunities for educators to interact, learn about the latest ed tech resources, and hear new ideas from education leaders. At a conference this size, it is impossible to see and do it all, but here are the highlights that librarians can take back to their schools in the fall.

 

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- Opening Keynote

- SIGMS Digital Age Media Center Playground

- Your School Library: Flipped, Mobile, and Curated

- SIGMS Forum: School Librarians and Admins: A Powerful Name

- SIGMS keynote by John T. Spencer

- ISTE and SIGMS business

 


Via Karen du Toit
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        8.     Many teachers were invited to a convetion for some of the newest techonology that would soon be presented in classrooms everywhere. There were nearpods, aurasmas, videolicious, puppet pals and mentor mob. These were all technology tools that kids could use and interact with.

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Karen du Toit's curator insight, June 28, 2013 3:39 AM

Interesting discussion especially for school librarians!

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PARSONS: Technology in classrooms proves beneficial if distractions can be ... - Daily Nebraskan

PARSONS: Technology in classrooms proves beneficial if distractions can be ... - Daily Nebraskan | Aspect 1 | Scoop.it
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The divergence of technology has become so accustomed in the classroom that it can hardly be ignored.
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        7.   Technology is always getting better and is making us look at education differently.  Technology has opened many doors for the education system. It connects us to the rest of the world. As important as the technology is though it can cause distractions if students abuse it so it needs to be used carefully but still often.

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Will MOOCs realize McLuhan’s vision of "Classrooms without Walls"?

Classrooms without walls http://www.greenschool.org/ 50 years ago, Marshall McLuhan the renound philosopher of communication theory wrote about the role of mass media (the press, radio and TV) in e...

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         5.  Tv should be a bigger part of education.  Kids could learn more from whats on the tv than what they are being taught from there books. Some teachers disagree with this statement and just look at tv as a distraction for students but they are missing the big picture and how helpful it could truly be.

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60 Inspiring Examples of Twitter in the Classroom

60 Inspiring Examples of Twitter in the Classroom | Aspect 1 | Scoop.it
  via Online Universities Social media offers some great opportunities for learning in the classroom, bringing together the ability to collaborate, access worldwide resources, and find new and...

Via Patty Ball
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         3. Social media gives kids many chances to enhance learning, allow students to discuss with people out side the classroom and it allows students to get information from all over the world.  Teachers throughout the world have found many innovative uses for social media in the classroom.

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Jade Brookes's curator insight, August 5, 2013 8:51 PM

You can't got wring with twitter!!

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100 + iPads Apps in the Classroom | Kathy Schrock's Guide to Everything

100 + iPads Apps in the Classroom | Kathy Schrock's Guide to Everything | Aspect 1 | Scoop.it

http://www.schrockguide.net/ipads-in-the-classroom.html

 

"If you find a link that is not working, please let me know the title and I will fix it! Thank you!"


Via Rob Hatfield, M.Ed.
marissa gibson's insight:

               1. There are many uses for an ipad in the classroom. The ipad can help both the student and teacher. The students learn more,  can do more, and work together and get more than just there ideas out.  Students learn more from viewing more detailed presentations, they can see different parts of the world while just sitting at there desk, learn about whats happening in the world at that exact moment, practice problems and record notes. They can do more because with the ipads they can create more complex documents and presentations also they can have blogs and voice there own opinions to a broader audience.  Students get to work together with other people by using live broadcasts or making there own websites also they can use websites such as google docs to work with other students without actually being with them. If the ipads are used right they can be extremely helpful but teachers still need to watch and make sure the student stays on track when using the electronic device.

more...
Rob Hatfield, M.Ed.'s curator insight, February 9, 2014 5:34 PM

This is a world class 21st century teaching and learning resource list for iPads apps in your learning environment. Thank you Kathy!

Elaine Brent's curator insight, February 11, 2014 4:17 PM

Brilliant selection of apps - I'm looking forward to trying more of them!

Jordan Varona's curator insight, February 15, 2014 2:08 AM

Considering how integrated technology has become in even basic courses, it seems pointless to resist lest one become outdated and useless as a teacher.