In my teaching this summer I see the need to create examples to demonstrate how to design learning experiences that are at the redefinition stage. Teachers need to see examples to understand what to strive for as they progress through the stages. There needs to be something concrete to discuss as we walk lessons up the line.
"The summer is here and it’s the perfect time to relax, rest, read, and learn about iPads! This is a great time to explore projects and apps that we might use next year in the classroom. On this blog I am going to host 6 seasons on projects that might be useful in the elementary or middle school classroom, across all subject areas. It’s iPad Summer Camp! This is project number 1 - creating a digital story."
"At Lower Allen, my kindergarten class is using iPads to help teach students several different skills. I incorporate Daily 5 into my language arts block, and found that iPads are a great recourse to use for every area of Daily 5 (Read to Self, Read to Someone, Work on Writing, Word Work, Listen to Reading)."
In a research paper titled “Unlocking Literacy with iPad,” Ohio English teacher James Harmon found that state-compiled statistics indicate that those students with iPad access in the year leading up to the Ohio Graduation Test had a 6-percent...
Large files (such as student created videos) can be uploaded to this cloud storage service to be shared with parents, etc. Students create their videos, save them to the camera roll and then upload them to their copy account. Viewers are directed to the videos via a link.