From the iPad of Nikki Robertson...
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From the iPad Hank Simpson...
From the iPad of Luke Martin...
Students in my 9th grade World History class are working on an online based DBQ (Document Based Question) for the Russian Revolution.
From the iPad of Janet Ort...
From the iPads of Eric Hollis and Nick Smith...
This is a lab we’ve done in
years past using paper but Nick decided after the professional development on
google drive that we could try this and it has worked great. So all the
credit for this goes to him.
Once completed, students will share their work to the teacher via google drive.
Students video labs for rewindable learning.
From the iPad of Isabeth Gannon...
From the iPad of Anita Lewis...
Today my class did a mini project. First they had to partner up to answer questions from yesterday’s reading and class discussion (they used their iPads to access the reading pdf and my PowerPoint notes), then they had to create a visual board that represents key concepts of the reading section, using an app called “Curator”. It works a bit like little Pinterest boards. The students had fun with it, and they were backing up their knowledge of the reading concepts with visual concepts.
From the iPad of Susan Norris....
In my class today, we had a quiz that requires longer
amounts of time for some students to complete.
Having the iPads (or rather any device), allows students to work at
their own pace for the quiz and the go ahead with the new material after they
have finished. If you will notice in the
picture, some students are still working on the quiz and others have in
earphones, watching, listening, and taking notes off an educreations video that
I created on new material. I love educreations
videos because it allows students to watch, rewatch, pause, speed up - how they
learn material. Differentiation is HARD
to do in a classroom, but technology makes it so much easier to meet the
individual needs of all my students.