1. Future Focused Learning
2. Learner Agency and an Agentic Learner
iPad in the classroom (Linda)
Opportunities to give student voice - ways to make meaning for themselves and others. STEAM - Adapt a Frog Activity / Assignment.
123D Sculpt+ app (students can create from scratch and adapt / change their shape etc).
Once image created, import into Explain Everything and students can then talk about their picture and explain their learning. There is also the opportunity for them to use the 'pen' to show what they are doing. This gives students a voice about their project. All the Explain Everything projects can then be put into book creator
Want to see iPad used creatively, not as word processor.
Students can print their creation in 3D.
Make a stop motion animation
Video can go in their portfolio of work to demonstrate their learning and understanding.
iTunesU (for teachers to find resources to adapt and use with their students).
Distinguished educators courses (to find lessons. Subscribe to it then to get access to lessons that is being taught in classes.
Australian national curriculum has lots of resources.
Tip: Be specific in Search function.
Apple and Education (James)
Acknowledging that New Zealand have a world class curriculum.
Using an iPad is "really about giving kids an opportunity to figure out what types of learners they are” (Corosanite).
Here is a great video as inspiration for teachers:
1:1 iPad is used for students to engage with learning.
Create learning experiences for teachers and learners.
Personalised it for audience.
Bring collective genius to the table.
Again, mentioning of stop motion lesson.
Students come to live when doing a project that interest them.
Element 4D app.
Students figuring stuff out on their own when using iPads. Not waiting for the teacher, however an iPad is not a substitute for a teacher - use technology to exemplify of what teachers are doing.
Personalisation is when we include student voice.
Tool for something much more meaningful.
Not 'special needs' - they are 'diverse learners'. You can use the 'Speak screen' on iOS devices for there learners.
Focus on apps that set task for students not just consume. They need to create something.
Students can use the camera app on iPad and the video function to record their learning.
Use a Soundscape to support creation e.g. if students create a poem.
iBooks author in iTunesU.
Check out all the functions in iTunesU - this seems to be having lot of possibilities.
Explore the 'Eight elements for success' in the iBook store.
Apple classroom app free to download.
You can see what students are doing in real time, but it should be more about celebrating work.