The 1 iPad classroom

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  • One iPad One Classroom

    Can having only one iPad in your classroom affect engagement?

    Rachel Smith Ramsey Grammar school

    Isle of Man

    @lancslassrach

    Wednesday, 8 January 14

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  • Do I need any other equipment

    Wednesday, 8 January 14

  • Do I need any other equipment

    Wednesday, 8 January 14

  • Do I need any other equipment

    Wednesday, 8 January 14

  • Do I need any other equipment

    Wednesday, 8 January 14

  • Do I need any other equipment

    Wednesday, 8 January 14

  • Do I need any other equipment

    Wednesday, 8 January 14

  • Do I need any other equipment

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  • Become an iPad expert

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  • How can I use 1 iPad in the classroom

    Starter activities

    Pass The Parcel

    Make Dice/Make Dice Lite

    Shake n BoomWednesday, 8 January 14

  • How can I use 1 iPad in the classroom

    Starter activities

    Video Scribehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EV5KDJs1LVA

    Haiku Deck

    http://www.haikudeck.com/p/Zf7Eefy5xb/homework-staff-presentation

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  • Pairwork & discussionsGet students to video each other. Using your VGA adapter or Apple TV to show them to the class and theycan provide feedback to each other

    Croak.it app allows 30 seconds of recording. Students can email results to you

    Voice Record HD allows for longer recordings which can be emailed to you or uploaded to Dropbox or Google Drive

    Wrapped allows you to wrap up a photo and then slowly reveal. Good for guessing & discussions

    Guardian eye witness & fotopedia. Beautiful & unusual photos that are great for discussion

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  • Feedback Take a photo of exemplar work use skitch to highlight best

    bits or areas for improvement & share with the class

    Flip your classroom or give feedback using Show Me app which is a recordable whiteboard. The results can then be shared via a

    QR code or email

    Use voice record HD to record some feedback share it using a QR code. I recommend i-nigma as a QR reader

    Use your ipad as a visualiser. Speak nicely to your science dept and GENTLY clamp you iPad over the work you want to show.

    Great for going through homework or past exam papers

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  • Blogging in class

    Set up a class blog and select a student/s every week to write the blog post for that week using the iPad.

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  • Randomising & Timing!

    Decide Now - for selecting a speaking topic or choosing a student to speak

    Tap roulette - for deciding who speaks next.

    Stop Go app - traffic light style timer

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  • Personal organisationDaybook - perfect app for lesson planning

    Smart seat - a seating plan app which also has a random name generator on it too

    Numbers - I use this as a mark book but you could use your planner app

    Evernote - brilliant for storing notes and documents in the cloud. You can collate notes together into Notebooks. You can also create note books for

    each of your classes and students can email work directly into the relevant notebook. You can even blog directly from it.

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  • Google Drive for storing documents. You can also share documents and work collaboratively on documents too

    Dropbox and Mega are both cloud storage systems

    Class Dojo a rewards system. Wunderlist - a to do list app.

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