iTeaching: The New Pedagogy (How the iPad is Inspiring Better Ways of Teaching) On that magical day when you got home from the iStore, peeled away the plastic shrink-wrap and opened up that white box to reveal the gadget that would change your life, you very likely experienced a moment of anger or confusion over the absence of a manual to tell you what to do. As you know by now, this was no accident. Here’s why: Apple made the iPad so intuitive and easy to use that almost anyone could pick one up and start using it right away.Because the iPad is touch based, you are encouraged to get hands on from the start. You learn by doing – literally – engaging different parts of your brain as you go. You have to let go of the mentality of reading the book before you go out and try. Giving you a manual would very likely diminish the personal enjoyment of learning about the iPad.
This post was inspired by the #ipadagogy hashtag I came across recently on Twitter. Here’s how: We need to hide the ‘manual’. Switch it on, play, customise, tinker, collaborate, personalise and learn! iPadology -It’s All About Your App-titude! iPad for Learning & Teaching Workshop. iPads in Education- Examples from the Classroom. Transformative iPad Use in Early Elementary School.
Digitaaliajan opettaja. Elimäen lukio - iPad opetuksessa. Ohjeita ja apua iPadien käyttöön Kuuden lukion - Voionmaa (Jyväskylä), Muuramen, Elimäen (Kouvola), Kauhavan, Otavan Nettilukio ja Kuopion Klassillinen lukio - hanke Mobiluck - mobiiliopetusteknologia lukiolaisen arjessa ja oppimisessa testaa iPadien käyttöä lukiolaisten arjessa, tiimioppimisessa ja yrittäjyyskasvatuksessa, ilmiöpohjaisessa oppimisessa sekä luokkaopetuksessa. Twitterissä hanke käyttää hashtagia #mobiluck ja #iFinnPad. Hankkeen Hankkeen tavoitteet: Urheilulukion opiskelijoiden opiskelun tukemista mobiiliteknologian keinoin. Näytä Mobiluck Finland suuremmalla kartalla Muita linkkejä ja linkkejä iPadien käyttöön: Muutama lisälinkki LyseoPad - Jyväskylän lyseon blogi iPadeista iPad opetuksessa (IlonaIT) IPads in Education “News, reviews, resources and more on the use of iPads in the learning environment” curated by John Evans Ohjelmia eli appseja eri käyttöön Apps in Education.
Applen omat ohjeet: Muuta aihetta sivuavaa: Sivun ylläpitäjä rehtori Kari Rajala. Usein kysyttyjä kysymyksiä iPadeista opetuksessa. Mobiluck eli Mobiiliopetusteknologia lukiolaisen arjessa ja oppimisessa hankkeessa on saatu paljon kokemuksia tablet-laitteiden, meidän tapauksessa iPadien hyödyntämisestä lukion eri oppiaineiden opetuksessa, tiimioppimisessa, yrittäjyyskasvatuksessa, liikunnaopetuksessa, Flipped Classroom pedagogiikassa ja monessa muussa. Opettajien into on ollut suurta ja yhä suurempi osa lukioista on ymmärtänyt tablet-laitteiden mahdollisuuksia lukiossa.
Saamme paljon kysymyksiä niin Facebookissa, livenä erilaisissa tilaisuuksissa ja myös sähköpostiin tupsahtelee viestejä. Koska verkoston lukiot ovat Kuopiosta, Muuramesta, Jyväskylästä, Kouvolasta, Mikkelistä ja Kauhavalta, voimme myös alueellisesti kattaa ja kiertää kertomassa kokemuksistamme.Koska viime aikoina on tullut samanlaisia kysymyksiä, tässä kaikille kiinnostuneille yhden verkoston jäsenen, Elimäen lukion rehtorin Kari Rajalan vastauksia yhteen sähköpostikyselyyn. 1.
On asennettu. 2. 2. 3. Minä olen perustyön tehnyt. 4. 4. 5. 5. 1. 2. 3. iPad opetuksessa - ryhmittelyä aineittain. Askolan lukio pyysi kertomaan iPadeista opetuksessa. Lähdin rakentamaan ensin pp-esitystä, mutta sitten totesin, että asiat ja ajatukset on ehkä helpompi järjestellä blogipostauksessa. Tässä siis jonkinlainen hankkeen "väliraportti" aineittain - ei kuitenkaan mikään tyhjentävä postaus.
Postauksessa olevat ohjelmien (app) linkit avautuvat suoraan iTunes Storeen, josta ne vo tallentaa iPadiin. Linkit tässä blogissa oleviin muihin kirjoituksiin aukeavat uusiin ikkunoihin, joten pääset vilkaisemaan ne helposti ja palaamaan tähän takaisin. Jos ne ovat maksullisia, niin hinnat on mainittu suluissa. Jos mainintaa hinnasta ei ole, niin ohjelma on maksuton. iBooksiin voi ladata ilmaiseksi kirjoja, joista on tekijänoikeudet ovat loppuneet (Juhani Aho, Maiju Lassila, Minna Canth, Aleksis Kivi jne.). MATEMATIIKKA Calc Pro HD:tä voisi varmaan tituleerata symboliseksi laskimeksi.
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Tabletti opettajan työkaluna | I Padin käyttökokemuksia koulussa. Teacher Productivity with iPad. iPads can’t improve learning without good teaching Pt 1. Clearly there is a lot of buzz around iPads in schools at the moment. You can’t log on to the Web without reading about another school or entire district or department investing massive coin in a sparkling set of the Wonder Tablets, excited that they will cure all the ills of the current education systems around the world. From reading my blog, you would be no doubt convinced that I am very much in this Pro-iPad camp.
Make no mistake I am. However, no matter how versatile and potentially powerful a product the iPad is, it is merely an extremely expensive placemat without creative, well planned teaching behind its use. Its about Teaching and Learning, not iPads The kind of shift in learning the iPad (and other tablets) can initiate is dependent on good teaching practice and preparation. So let’s look at how we have gone about teaching up until now and examine how the iPad can fit in to our current programs. NEXT POST – Writing. True learning is creative! … iPad, please! | IPAD 4 SCHOOLS. The iPad empowers students to create products within any subject context, physical space and even on the move. This is why the iPad is so important in transforming education into a genuine learning experience, not a knowledge absorption space.
This well known Ken Robinson video has, for a while, indicated the importance of creative process in learning. Creating is important because during the process of creating something new, a student is: the owner of that processfully immersed in the experiencegenuinely engageddriven by and personally connected to the learning objectives Under these four circumstances, you create truly life-long learners, who are intrinsically motivated by their own demands and ideas.
(picture via @gcouros) Common misconception 1:“My subject’s not creative” Many teachers do not see creative process as part of their subject. Common misconception 2:“I can’t grade & compare different creative output styles” What exactly does grading do for a student? Like this: Tranformative Use of iPads in the Education: Pedagogy, Examples, Ac... Science Explained. What Is Interactive Learning? A Quick Guide For Everyone. The classrooms of today are far from what most of us would consider traditional. In addition to the lack of chalkboards and the abundance of high-tech devices, many classrooms even conduct their lesson plans entirely online–giving whole new meaning and accessibility to education at several different levels. This practice is often called distance learning , though the process involved is anything but distant. With online learning media and education tech tools, learning experiences become more engaging and interactive than ever before–allowing students to be truly in control of how they send, receive and interpret information.
This practice of layered learning comes with multiple studies to support its efficacy; these studies in turn are helping propel the application of this teaching technique in schools across the country. The Roots of Interactive Education Educational Apps: Learning at Your Fingertips Want to learn Spanish, brush up on geography skills or manipulate models of atoms? Apps for CBL||Challenge Based Learning. Making assessment meaningful. After spending two hours a day this week watching seventh graders fill in bubbles on our state's standardized test, I am finding myself thinking about assessment. Specifically, I am thinking about the many ways the iPad has enriched and strengthened our daily assessment practices -- and the value I see in authentic, embedded, process-rich assessment that informs and improves instruction.
Technology like the iPad offers incredible ways to gather meaningful data that shows student thinking and creates a rich and detailed picture of learning. It can also make assessment more efficient, save teachers time, and open opportunities for more responsive teaching. The iPad makes new assessment practices possible. First, just being able to hear a student explain his or her thinking is a transformative event. As I explained in an earlier post, the camera also adds a new layer to the assessment process. Other web 2.0 tools can help teachers gather critical assessment data. Developing the Use of Pupil Blogging Through the Use of a Class Learning Wall. Context When we knew that we would be using iPods in year 6 on a 1:1 basis we began to plan and discuss how best to maximise impact.
One thing we immediately recognised as being central to all of our work was the development and frequent use of a blog space for each pupil. In preparation for this we decided to divide up classroom display boards into equally sized sections and allocate a space to each child. This became known by the teachers as the “Learning Wall” and by the children as the “Class Wall” and its purpose was to allow pupils to experiment with presenting work for an audience, to develop a sense of ownership of a publicly viewable space and to develop skills in giving and receiving relevant and valid feedback. Other examples of our Learning Walls can be found on our pupils' blog ( How it works E-safety Maintaining that the pupils stay safe online is paramount.
Posterous The pupils each have the Posterous app on their iPods. QR Codes. Why (And How) Teachers Should Start Using iTunes U. Courtesy: maconstate.edu With so many schools adopting the use of iPads I find it strange that we aren’t hearing more about the incredible opportunities available in iTunes U . Well I suppose it isn’t that strange given that schools in the early stages of transitioning to an iPad platform are extremely busy and learning one more thing can seem overwhelming. Trust me, I understand that, but I believe if you were to learn one more thing it should be about the power of iTunes U.
The possibilities of this incredible tool are endless. The first and likely most exciting benefit of iTunes U is the multitude of incredible classroom resources at your disposal. When I think of the potential of iTunes U, the first thing that comes to my mind are the incredible communities that developed around SMART board users. An important consideration to think about is that the individuals creating these courses are cutting edge classroom teachers. Solar System Ecosystems Underground Railroad Presidents IT Weekly. How To Use Siri In The Classroom. 5 Useful iPhone Apps For Student Bloggers 9.27K Views 0 Likes Student blogging is a wonderful way to get into the world of online writing and learning.
These iPhone apps for student bloggers will enhance their skills. What can you do with an iPad in the classroom? It’s a tool, it’s a tool, it’s a tool. The iPad is not going to replace teachers or ‘fix’ education. There is a cost implication that must be taken into account and only an educator will know if it is right for their students. Indeed the cost-benefit analysis for an establishment must take into account a host of factors when considering iPad use in the classroom. However, if there are iPads in the classroom, there are a number of applications that can enhance learning and assist the educator in developing student skills. In fact, the iPad allows educators to build on existing styles and increase flexibility in their classroom whilst personalising learning.
Assessment for Learning The most valuable weapon in an educators arsenal is feedback. Applications such as eclicker, Socrative and Nearpod have the ability to provide instant feedback for every child in the classroom. Collaboration Practical Use These are a few of the applications that have been made a little easier by the use of an iPad. iPads in schools! They just play games! | IPAD 4 SCHOOLS.
20th Century pedagogy + iPads = Gaming So, you’re in your classroom and annoyed that the kids are playing games on the iPads. You have devised a strategy and at random intervals, you ask them to double-click the ‘Home’ button to see the last apps used. Great! Well done on controlling the situation so they can get on with: writing their notes;Reading their e-textbook;completing their essay or‘Researching’ on the Internet. The only step forward you’ve really seen is the ability to use that Shakespeare app or Dissecting Frog app. The parents too, have complained that all they seem to see is game playing and maybe your school is considering limiting the apps allowed on the devices. Well done on introducing iPads. Now you have introduced a radically new and powerful learning device, you need to update your pedagogy to match it. Why are these issues the most important?
Like the iPad, learning is personal This is not what the iPad was designed for. Like this: Like Loading... Related In "21C Learning" iPad a Solid Education Tool, Study Reports | Gadget Lab. More and more schools are jumping on the digital bandwagon and adopting iPads for daily use in the classroom. Apple’s education-related announcements yesterday will no doubt bolster the trend, making faculty tools and student textbooks more engaging and accessible. But today another data point emerged, demonstrating that the iPad can be a valuable asset in education. In a partnership with Apple, textbook publishers Houghton Mifflin Harcourt performed a pilot study using an iPad text for Algebra 1 courses, and found that 20 percent more students (78 percent compared to 59 percent) scored ‘Proficient’ or ‘Advanced’ in subject comprehension when using tablets rather than paper textbook counterparts.
The study was conducted at a Riverside, California, middle school from Spring 2010 to Spring 2011 using HMH’s Fuse: Algebra I app. Similar pilot courses and iPad programs have cropped up all over the country, primarily in private and boarding schools, and select universities. Go Back to Top. 5 Reasons The iPad Will Stay The King of the Classroom. The following piece is by the amazingly talented Adam Webster, Assistant Director of Learning and Teaching at a secondary school in Surrey, England. He writes for both the Edudemic Magazine and his blog ‘ Cageless Thinking ‘ (worth bookmarking). This article originally appeared on Cageless Thinking and was cross-posted with Adam’s permission. 1. It’s not a laptop The biggest and most oft-heard criticism of the iPad usually revolves around it not behaving like a desktop PC or laptop.
The fact that it isn’t a laptop, to me, is its greatest attribute: The SAMR model suggests that there are 4 degrees of sophistication for using technology in education: As you can see from the diagram (created using Paper by Fifty Three) the most sophisticated levels involve ‘Transformation’. I believe that the iPad makes transformation far more possible, indeed likely, than a laptop. 2. 3. Yes, Apple devices are more expensive than most other devices. 4. 5. Top 3 problems with tablets in the classroom. 17 Pros and Cons of Using iPads in the Classroom. The Ultimate Guide To Apple’s Presence In Education. 20 Ways Apple Has Taken Over The Classroom. 5 Reasons The iPad Will Stay The King of the Classroom. IPad = Flipped Classroom Made Easy | iPad 4 SCHOOLS.
25 Ways To Use Tablets To Enhance The Learning Experience. Good examples. Ilona IT iPad Samsung tablettitietokoneet opetuksessa webinaarisarja « Tapahtumat « Ajankohtaista « IlonaIT. Mobiilipedamallit koosteena.pdf.