Integrating iPads in the Digital Classroom Marciao@newnorth.net.

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  • Integrating iPads in the Digital Classroom Marciao@newnorth.net
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  • A couple iPad heads up Guided Access Feature in 6.1 Locking the XXX books out of iBooks PDF Connoisseur is a new app that annotates and reads in the same app IF you are trying to do voice recognition Paperport notes has it built in and works on iPad2. SIRI is available on iPad 3 and 4 and does much better with younger and voices which have struggled with Dragon.
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  • Vgo Robotic Telepresresence Allows a remote student to take in a school day, they control the go. www.vgocom.com
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  • Systems Change http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6s5iISaVGrk
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  • Merging Systems
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  • The Shifts in Technology System Wi-Fi Teacher Digital Workspaces Mobile Devices Google/ Web Storage Multimodal Content Delivery
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  • Change Brings Opportunities for Special Ed Access to the internet Multimodal content Mobile devices Text Support Voice dictation Visual Math Cues and calmers Access
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  • How do we harness this change effectively? Student Needs Environment Infrastructure Training Curricular plan to implement Task Be specific Tool
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  • Needs of the Many: Systematizing AT Delivery NIMAS: AIM Navigator, PAR protocol, Bookshare, Learning Ally, read2go app, learning ally app Portable Digital Workstations: System Wi-Fi, Teacher digital workspaces, Mobile device, Google docs Accessible Work Stations: Turning accessibility on, word prediction, audible support Voice Recognition: Video dictation, Digital Dictation, SIRI, Paperport notes Upper Level Math Manipulatives: Internet access Whiteboard/mobile interface, flash player Switch Progressions: Online switch sites, access points into mobile devices Acceptance of Non traditional work completion
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  • Building a Digital Staff Culture Digital Materials Change Constantly Learning Ally Googledocs Technology is about doing/ hands-on learning Requires constant mind shift Requires how can I do that, not a cookbook Training materials may be video or web based Staff has to get comfortable with doing
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  • Training Needs http://www.ebaumsworld.com/video/watch/ 82325700/
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  • Gotta Change Your Mindset! 101 excuses for not using technology blogsensebybarb.wordpress.com
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  • Learning curve is faster than the next workshop! Options for learning Help staff build professional learning communities Google Sites Boardmaker Share Whiteboard and iPad user groups Share Videos: Youtube, Youtube.edu, Teacher tube Interactive, productivity and app websites Topic Blogs Topic Wikis Work with staff on what they know and how to move forward. (the iPad checklist), the smart App Can no longer afford to pass on technology
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  • When was the last time you talked about Environment at an IEP?
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  • Moving to Digital Delivery
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  • iPads in Context What Makes iPads work.isf
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  • Moving Lessons to Digital Where and how will lessons be stored? Digital storage allows lessons to move from printed word into media, music, photos, video many teachers are just starting to explore these options. Offsite vs. onsite storage Where and how will students access their digital work and turn in completed assignments?
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  • If the assignment is digital, why?
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  • What does this student need the technology to do for him?
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  • Is this the tool for the job?
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  • One Tool May Not Fit All Needs iPads are wonderful tools, but so are computers, whiteboards, document cameras, tablets, Google chrome books, netbooks, But they are only great if they get used
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  • Thinking about Portables iPad: Video modeling, Audio workstation, Voice recognition, Read2go, PDF Connoisseur, Large app choice, Interface with smartboard Android: Swype, Go Read, Multiple Apps Google Chrome Book: Integration with online storage, Flash based online games, Writing Work Station, Math Extensions Netbook: Project production, some software added, internet flash based
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  • Match Task to Tool iPad Chrome book Android Web book Video modeling Writing a document Texting with SWYPE Constructing a power point
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  • Typical AT Tasks Reading Writing Organizing tasks Computation Behavior Communication Visual or audio support
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  • What does this student need the iPad to do for him? Is the iPad the right device or?
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  • Student SETT Student: Poor reader, decoder, writer, behavioral moments of doubt Environment: Classroom, Specials, LD Room Task: Digital Writing Work Station with audio feedback, NIMAS qualifier Tool: Needs..?
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  • Consideration Student: When can we train him, what apps do we need to train, what are we going to start with Environment: Who will make and where will digital work be stored? There is no printer how do we turn in assign? What teachers are on board? How do we move assignment from teacher to student and back? How do we work offline? How can I have worksheets read and annotate in the same space? How do we cue the student to use the device in regular classes when he doesnt want to look different Task: What apps will meet needs for reading and writing Tool: iPad: Is this the best tool?
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  • Reading Task: audio/ text read support Turned on speak selection, taught reader feature Added App Read2go to link with Bookshare materials Added Learning Ally Audio App for Learning Ally materials Worked with teachers to post daily materials on line Added app PDF Connoisseur to read and annotate worksheets and interface with teacher site and Google docs Use app image to text to OCR surprises
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  • Supporting Reading Text Highlights as it is Read Text is picked up by speak select Text delivered by Voice Over Comic formatting can help comprehension Story Chimes Epub format Prepare for navigation Who? biography
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  • Read2go App Works with Bookshare Simple drop down Training Materials http://read2go.org/ For VI students http://carroll.org/video- tutorials/access-bookshare- with-read2go/ http://carroll.org/video- tutorials/access-bookshare- with-read2go/
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  • Voice Dream export highlights feature is especially helpful, among other features. There is an update to Voice Dream Reader. It is a super update. I feel that this is absolutely the best reading app for the iPad. I now choose to read all my Bookshare books with this app. There are a great selection of new voices. I particularly like the Will voice. There is the Kenny voice. Some students like hear a kids voice read. You can also now export your highlights. All on all a great app.
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  • Quizlet.com: Vocab flashcards Flashboard Talking Flash Cards
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  • Tricks of the Trade: Safari Add to home screen: Google docs or Dropbox Portal, Mr. Nussbaum, Reader feature Find feature
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  • Reading offline Pocket Googledocs
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  • Supporting Research Two pages open at same timer. Sling note Twin Browser Google Research Creative Commons Collaborative writing in google Doc Easy bib Work Flowy Outliner for iPad Outline creator ArticleSearch iTunes U You Tube
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  • Graphic Organizers and Post it Inspiration app Infinote Idea Sketch
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  • Use of Comics to teach content Who Comics Garfield Series Be Confident series
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  • Writing Keeping track of sites Added app Sling note Organizing ideas Inspiration app Writing support Abilipad Word Prediction Siri built in voice support Video records answers for some work with Hokusai Google Docs/Haiku LMS home screens made
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  • Writing Notes/ Projects Notability A Novel Idea Sound Note
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  • An office play nice Office2hd Quick office Conversions to Google Docs
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  • PDF Annotation Type on PDF PDF Connoisseur
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  • Word Prediction Built in autocorrect Brevity free Abilipad $ Typ-o: Nice but a big space eater
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  • Create with Comics or Captions Toontastic Sock puppet
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  • Photo Captions Use apps to create a photo source Mr. Potato Head Captions Caption it Pic Collage
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  • Adding a camera into day to day practice Instant Feed Back for Lining up Transitions On Task Behavior Whats required modeling Students are more likely to watch themselves All the new friends want to help
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  • Splice iPod app X2 Quick videos and social stories
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  • Telling the story on video Splice: iPOD app Short video with audio overlay Photo Table: (Can add music but not easy) Story Boarding: Paper Story Board (14.99)
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  • Story Building with Storykit Get past the books New books have voice, picture and text support
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  • Explain Everything Reading example Creating example
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  • Nontraditional Work Video /Camera: Using to complete assignments and practice voice dictation skill. Watch by catch Video modeling on the fly Generate social stories splice and story kit Comics/ Photo Captions: Limited space to write, photo support as writing, dictating, captions, capture it Toontastic, Sock puppet
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  • The Power of Photos and Video Its real and immediate It can be replayed or redone Built eye contact where there was none Built a large team following from a slide show Met IEP goals in weeks instead of years Brought one of our biggest benefactors to tears when his Grandson with special needs was able to show his shapes video like everyone else.
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  • A Quick Word About By Catch Photos and Videos involve trust Acceptable Use needs to be clear Set parameters of how staff will handle Bad Day footage Everyone has bad days Everyone can be edited into looking like they are having a bad day, store the whole clip Sometimes great footage has to go because of something in the background
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  • Voice Recognition Progression Video story telling Video dictation from cue cards and without Dictation in Paperport notes or with SIRI short answer, then long answer iPad 2 Use Paperportnotes iPad 3 and 4 Siri
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  • Supporting Math Wolfram Alpha: Site, App, Math support Efofex Are you aware of this? Flipping a class with you tube videos.
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  • Upper Level Math Manipulatives Use the whiteboard or mobile device to work with manipulatives. Many online activities are flash based. Use Rover, or iSwifter to open National Library of Virtual Manipulative Shodors Illumination Mr. Nussbaum http://www.kidsmathgamesonline.com/ http://www.refseek.com/directory/mathematics.html
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  • Math: Calculators Talking myScript Calc Young kids Scientific Graphing
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  • Math Access Panther math/ Math Paper
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  • Behavior and Social Thinking Michelle Garcia Winners Work http://www.socialthinking.com/ Tools for helping students navigate the unwritten rules of school Character terms that help kids understand how their choice of thinking effects others and themselves Good K-12
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  • Behavior Moments of Doubt Added to the Class Dojo List Support of social thinking group with Red/Green The Shredder Me Moves/ Yoga Kids/Breathing/Brain Gym/ Whats My Heart Rate/ cube timer
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  • Tracking Behavior Google Forms with Excel Sheet Classroom Dojo (Site and App) Classroom Dojo
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  • Integration of Tools: Splashtop/ Doceri: Allows iPad to be a touch screen Projection: VGA, cord length and doc cams Nearpod: iPad shows board activity with inserted response, teachers knows if students are in the room Smartnotebook App: Email or pick up lesson, plays independently on iPad
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  • Social Stories Create with Splice Angry Octopus Potty training Playing scenarios on Smart notebook app
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  • Visual Routines Story Kit ( iPOD app) Chore List Pictello Visual routine Choice works Looking for routines with Picture support Audio Support Checklist
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  • Zones of Regulation Leah Kuypers Training: March ___
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  • Characters from Super Flex Rock Brain Gets a person to do only what he wants to do and will not let him negotiate with others Rule bound and rigid Brain Eater Makes it hard for a person to focus on what they are supposed to do or focus on others during an interaction Easily distracted
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  • The Shredder Leave bad thoughts about writing at the Shredder
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  • The Eyeball Game Teaching you and me Practice following the eyeballs during circle time Bring out during transitions
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  • Social Stories I Dress Angry Octopus Gerry Giraffe Story Chime:
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  • Utilities/Integration Timers Calculators Measuring tools Recorders Probe monitors
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  • Timers Count Down Sand timer Cube Timer Best kitchen timer Egg timer Timer Z Brush DJ Scholastic reading timer Many Timer (tracks multiple items @ same time) Boxing iTimer tracks rounds in a game
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  • Apps to use with a group Pick me buzzer Game Buzzer Free Make Dice lite (spelling words) Photo Dice $ Red Light Green light: (a stoplight) Too Noisy/ Decibel 10 th Simon Says
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  • Utilities Map App: Use for math problems, integrates nicely with smartboard Transfer: Move photos from one device to another Google Drive/ Google Doc
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  • Moving items on and off the device Googledoc DropBox Email Evernote Good Reader
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  • Integrating with Smart Notebook Smart notebook app Transfer via safari or email Student has independent version of same activity
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  • Near pod Teacher management of multiple iPads Short lessons delivered on all devices Feedback available
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  • Playing Flash Activities Watch your favorite sites for mobile options iSwifter Rover
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  • Collaboration Sync pad Show me Jabber session Googledoc Transfer
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  • Streaming with Splashtop Doceri also an option iPad becomes a touch screen for board action
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