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Have students use Glide to create an app together using a shared Google Sheet.

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Use Jamboard with your students for:

Google Jamboard is a free, collaborative whiteboard app you can use in any browser. There’s an iPad app too. Simply sign in to your school Google account and start Jamming! Jams can be shared with students or entire classes as links and can act as a collaborative space to capture ideas, brainstorm, or debrief after or before a lesson. It even has full Google Classroom integration. The possibilities are endless!

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Empathy Map

Download this Keynote file for an Empathy Map template you can use with your students. Download the Keynote app to open it on your iPad. Have students think analytically about what a fictional or real person may be feeling or thinking during specific points of dialogue or actions. Students can add their own shapes and draw connection lines with their finger or stylus.

Thinking analytically is a cross-curricular skill that applies to many things you may be covering in your classroom. Keynote is a great canvas for creating on.

Extension Idea: Have students use the built-in tool to narrate their thinking. Have students export their presentations as video files.

Analytical Thinking

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Download this Numbers file for a complete lesson you can use with your students on Inferencing.

The lesson has students make inferences about movie clips (included) that have had the sound removed. Then, they’re tasked with completing the scene based on context clues by recording their own audio with iMovie or the Clips app.

2.6

Inferencing

Numbers for iPad is a spreadsheet app--and so much more. In addition to organizing data, you can utilize Numbers to organize your thinking, embed videos, and even sketch out your thinking. The lesson package to the right uses this app for organization. Download it!

Language Arts

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Making inferences about text or any type of media is a cross-curricular skill that helps develop critical and creative thinking.

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Download this Numbers file for a complete lesson you can use with your students on Least Common Multiple.

The lesson has students explore construction of shapes to illustrate points of coincidence, and culminates in a creation project using GarageBand in which students create a musical number pattern.

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Numbers

Numbers for iPad is a spreadsheet app--and so much more. In addition to organizing data, you can utilize Numbers to organize your thinking, embed videos, and even sketch out your thinking.

Mary Kemper, PK-12 Director of Mathematics, has taken it to the next level and used Numbers to introduce a lesson. She labels the spreadsheet tabs to signify the tasks students will complete, embeds helpful video tutorials, and links to websites and other apps students can use to complete the tasks.

Math

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Creativitas

Shape Your Holidays Challenge

Kurt Klynen has authored an excellent, free book for the holidays challenging students and teachers alike to unleash their creativity during the holidays!

Embark on a journey that will reach its pinnacle on the 25th of December with global celebrations. Each challenge can be completed with your iPad and free apps. Highlight and share your creations using:

#ShapeYourHolidays

#EveryoneCanCreate

#CCSBInnovates

Example Challenges:

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Beyond The Gimmick:

AR Makr

AR Makr is a free app that uses the power of iPad’s ARKit to allow for the creation of immersive Augmented environments using iPad’s built-in camera. Simply scan for flat surfaces, place objects, and literally walk around an environment you create! Students can even import images from other apps!

Have students use AR Makr to display work they’ve done in class. This can be a gallery of art, writing, or science projects. Have parents walk around with iPads during STEM or curriculum nights.

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Have you heard of Everyone Can Create? This series of free books from Apple introduces students to the skills they need to express themselves through music, drawing, photos, and video with iPad. And, it gives you meaningful ways to bring these skills into every subject. The Teacher Guide offers 300 ideas in five curricular areas — math, literacy and literature, history and social studies, science, and coding — to integrate the projects from each medium against learning objectives, with assessment rubrics included!

Download the teacher guide or explore any of the free guides below to unleash student creativity with video, music, drawing or photography!

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April 30-May 4, 2018

#FollowMe is a monthly issue dedicated to three educators worth following on Twitter. Click or tap on their profile pictures to view their tweets - you’ll almost certainly find something you can use!

Ben Kalb

Ann Feldmann

Jon Smith

Ben is an Instructional Technology Coordinator in St. Vrain Valley School District in Longmont, CO. He co-hosts the awesome Podcast “Vrain Waves.

@theipodteacher

@annfeldmann1

@mrkalb

Ann is a Technology Integration Specialist from Nebraska. She runs the website edtech411.net and the #iPadAcademy hashtag.

Jon is a Technology Integration Specialist from Canton, Ohio. He’s always finding new ways to blend technology with learning. He created #TWIMA, or “The World Is My Audience,” a global eBook making project.

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Use the Markup tool in the photos app.

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March 19-23, 2018

Do you Podcast?

Your students probably already have thousands of their own photos on their personal devices or iPads.

Math Idea

ELA Idea

Persuasive Poster: Students create a poster encouraging proper pet care. They take images of their own pets or animals in their neighborhoods, then make a poster that strikes a balance between pathos and encouraging positive action.

Math Meme:
Students create a meme that demonstrates the importance of understanding a specific math concept. They photograph a scene where not knowing that concept causes things to go dreadfully wrong. They use minimal text and humor to get their messages across.

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March 12-16, 2018

Do you Podcast?

You’re probably familiar with Pages - Apple’s iOS/Mac app for creating great looking documents, newsletters, and reports.

In the newest version of the Pages app, writers can enter Presenter Mode when presenting writing to an audience. You can even select the speed the text scrolls. Give it a try!

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March 5-9, 2018

Do you Podcast?

Sketchnotes are rich visual notes created from a mix of handwriting, drawings, hand-drawn typography, shapes, and visual elements like arrows, boxes, and lines. Doodling is actually a form of mnemonics, connecting images with information and significantly increasing our ability to remember what we’ve learned.

You can, of course, sketch out ideas on regular paper with pens, pencils and markers, However, if you want some more tools, brushes, and colors you may not have, the Paper app by FiftyThree is a great alternative. Here’s some ideas to get you and your students started:

Sketches to try:

Tricky Material

Organize Thoughts

Events

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February 26-March 2, 2018

Do you Podcast?

Podcasts are recorded audio clips that are shared via any platform you’d like. Anchor allows you to record a high-quality podcast, host unlimited episodes, and distribute everywhere with just one click! There’s nothing to learn about audio editing--simply record and share.

Have students share their “ticket out the door” thoughts via Podcast. Publishing their thinking gives an extra incentive for it to be well thought-out!

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February 19-23, 2018

Did You Know?

‘In 2015, OED made its word of the year. In a statement, president of Oxford Dictionaries Caspar Grathwohl said, Emoji are becoming an increasingly rich form of communication, one that transcends linguistic borders.” This isn’t a passing fad limited to school or the younger generation. This is the world we live in.’

Foster, Carrie. “Why I Let My Students Use Emojis in Writing Assignments.”WeAreTeachers, 15 Feb. 2018, www.weareteachers.com/teaching-with-emojis/

Explore how language conveys meaning with students. Encourage students to use different emojis to show how they change the meaning of the message. For example, “that’s terrible ” is very different from “that’s terrible .”

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February 12-16, 2018

Now that you’re on Twitter,

try !

Go to www.tweetdeck.com

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Add a column for @CitrusSchools

Try adding a column for #CCSBinnovates

Follow accounts, hashtags, notifications, mentions, and more!

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February 5-9, 2018

Are you on ?

Create an account

Search for @CitrusSchools

Follow!

Stay up to date on what’s happening in the district!

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January 29-February 2, 2018

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Amplify your Lesson!

Tired of assigning book reports? Here are two easy alternatives to allow for more agency and pathways for children to make their own meaning.

Tools Needed:

Camera

Keynote

(Optional)

Garageband

Apps:

iPad

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January 22-26, 2018

Are you PDF crazy? You’re going to want to check out !

Split PDF’s into multiple pages

Convert multiple file types to PDF

Merge PDFs together

Free!

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Universal Design For Learning

Universal design for learning (UDL) is a framework to improve and optimize teaching and learning for all people based on scientific insights into how humans learn. The official brain networks are labeled recognition, strategic and affective.

WHY

WHAT

HOW

Useful iPad Features

To address multisensory modes of learning

Example: Screen Recording

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December 18-22, 2017

Using Technology to Increase Collaboration and Dialogue - Part II

Simple process to view and respond to videos.

“Spark” a response, making it a topic to which others can respond. Let child-driven discussion lead the direction of the lesson!

Flipgrid provides a platform for children to share their thoughts, ideas, and questions. Users can interact with and respond to each other asynchronously.

How do we go from this...

To this?

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December 11-15, 2017

How do we go from this...

To this?

Using Technology to Increase Collaboration and Dialogue

Insert content or activities

“Collaborate” allows participants to add responses and resources to a digital board.

Nearpod supports collaboration and dialogue between students. The teacher can take the role of facilitator, but student input can guide the pace and discussion.

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December 4-8, 2017

Planning a great lesson, but wondering how best to integrate technology tools?

Monica Burns’ excellent book, Tasks Before Apps, provides an excellent framework sheet to plan backwards when integrating any type of technology. Feel free to use this with your staff or individually when deciding which (if any) apps to use in a lesson or unit.

Click here!

Click here!

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November 27-December 1, 2017

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November 13-17, 2017

Technology can help teachers facilitate Globally Competent Practices in the classroom.

Click on the image above to learn how to develop global and cultural competencies in your classroom.

What are Globally Competent Practices?

Knowledge

Understanding of global conditions and current events

Understanding of the ways that the world is interconnected

Experiential understanding of multiple cultures

Understanding of intercultural communication

Dispositions

Empathy and valuing multiple perspectives

Commitment to promoting equity worldwide

Skills

Communicate in multiple languages

Create a classroom environment that values diversity and global engagement

Integrate learning experiences for students that promote content-aligned explorations of the world

Facilitate intercultural and international conversations

Develop local, national, or international partnerships

Develop and use appropriate methods of inquiry to assess students' global competence development

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November 6-10, 2017

When doing web-based research, students need to be aware of the following criteria when evaluating a website:

(It’s a fake site)

Some Questions to ask:

Who is responsible for this site?

Why does this site exist?

What sort of information can I get at this site?

Is the information provided reliable and trustworthy?

Have students use the Google Search “linkto:” modifier to show all websites that “link” to the site they are researching. If there are limited sites that link to it, it links back to itself a lot, or discussions are about it’s validity, it may be unreliable.

Examples of “Fake” sites to help teach research skills:

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SAMR stands for:

Substitution

Augmentation

Modification

Redefinition

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October 30-November 3, 2017

SAMR in the Classroom

Click the image to see SAMR in action in ELA, Math, & Science!

Thanks to @cashjim for the resource!

Have you met SAMR?

SAMR is an instructional tool developed by

Dr. Ruben Puentedura to support teachers in reflecting on their use of technology in the classroom.

SAMR is intended as a base-level framework to initiate conversations surrounding classroom technology integration. For a look at the counter-arguments on SAMR, check out this blog:

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October 23-27, 2017

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Seesaw is a student-driven digital portfolio. Seesaw empowers students of any age to create, reflect, collaborate and share.

1.10

October 16-20, 2017

Do You Seesaw?

Students show what they know using any type of “post!”

Seesaw as a Graphic Organizer

Click this shared Google Slides deck for an amazing set of graphic organizers to use in Seesaw, courtesy of @KSzajner & @Leighton_Beth!

Check out this amazing infographic introducing #BookSnaps to students by Andy Leiser!

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October 9-13, 2017

Adobe Spark is an integrated suite of storytelling applications for the iPad, iPhone, and web developed by Adobe Systems. It comprises three separate design apps: Spark Page, Spark Post, and Spark Video.

Have students use the Spark Page app to create a flowing story analysis with photos and text.

Have students use Spark Post to create visual graphics about a concept they just learned. Share on social media.

Use Spark Video to create quick news bites or advertisements for your school morning show or video program.

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October 2-5, 2017

Did You Know?

With iOS 11, you can use the built-in camera app to scan QR codes - no additional apps to download!

Make sure this feature is turned on in Settings→Camera.

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September 25-29, 2017

Are you modeling appropriate digital literacy skills through the use of license filtering tools? Google Chrome has a built in search tool that can help you and your students find media that has been licensed for reuse:

Use Google Slides to learn vocabulary using a Frayer Model. Students can use image license filtering to find images for the example and non-example. !

Click HERE for

lesson resources on Fair Use in Media

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@citrusschools.org

What Does This Account Do??

& Google Drive

Apple ID’s/App Store

Desktop & iOS Clients

For all accounts, you will use the same prefix.

Examples: Jonesm@citrus.k12.fl.us

Jonesm@citrusschools.net

Jonesm@citrusschools.org

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For your Google & Apple accounts, contact your school based tech person for password assistance.

For your citrusschools.org account, you’ll use the same password you use to login to your computer. These also reset automatically when you’re asked to reset your district login password.

HELP! I have too many passwords!

Try the 1Password App!

September 19-22, 2017

1.6

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September 11-15, 2017

Classroom is a powerful iPad app that helps you guide learning, share work, and manage student devices. You can launch a specific app, website, or textbook page on any device in the class, share documents between teacher and students, or share student work on a TV, monitor, or projector.

Use Classroom to browse to a saved Safari bookmark on all of your students’ iPads. This saves valuable time during a lesson, and avoids your students having to manually type in a URL!

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September 5-8, 2017

Create a Grid for your classroom or community. Add a Topic to spark the discussion. Students respond with short videos and ALL of your students engage.

Click here!

Meg Jones has her students visit an attached URL linking to a class reading, and then film their response. This is great for reading comprehension!

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August 28-September 1, 2017

A new iOS app for making and sharing fun videos with text, effects, graphics, and more.

Live Titles: Speak while recording, and text automatically appears on screen, perfectly synced.

Filter overlays

Animated overlays for your video (arrows, text, and more)!

Animated Title slides to bookend your video

Stephanie Castle, IB Biology teacher from NYC, creates “ClipHangers” for her students using the Clips app. These are short clips that act as an anticipatory set before a lesson or concept.

Follow Stephanie on Twitter!

@castlestephanie

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August 21-25, 2017

How can your Tech TOSA support you?

Below are some (not all!) of the ways we can support you in the classroom:

Non 1:1 iPad Settings

1:1 iPad Settings

  • Interactive Whiteboard Integration (SmartBoard, Mimio, Promethean, eBeam, etc)
  • Social Media Integration
  • Center/Station Technology Applications
  • Classroom Procedures/Routines Support
  • Learning Management System (LMS) Introduction/Rollout (Google Classroom, eBackpack, etc)
  • Model Lessons
  • Video Production/Editing
  • Social Media Integration
  • Collaborative Documents

Resources for Primary Grades

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Welcome back, teachers! We hope you had a restful and (well deserved!) summer break. The Technology TOSA team is excited to begin a regular digest of Tech Tips, located within this slide deck, offering ways to incorporate technology into your lessons, providing resources to assist you, and exemplifying the great things going on in your classrooms!

Here’s to a great 2017-2018 school year!

1.1

August 14-18, 2017

Meet your Tech TOSAs:

Dan Koch

Meg Jones

You can book Tech TOSA support through the link above. This will also navigate you to our website. Choose a date, meeting length, and time, and we will be there to assist you!

Citrus County School District

Technology Tips

Presented by CCSB Tech Tosas & Title I

Volume:

CC Tech Tips updated at: bit.ly/cctechtips

Schedule a tech visit!

Select A Day/Time

Mon

Tues

Wed

Thur

Fri

08:30am

07:30am

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CC Tech Tips - Google Slides