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  1. iPod Touch Classroom Chris O’Neal ipodclassroom.wikispaces.com Research: http://lwbva.org

  2. Why? • 21st Century students are mobile, visual, tactile • Nearly every student uses a mobile device • iPods can be small, individualized learning devices • Video, audio, text, recording • One method for connecting learning to real world

  3. 21st Century Workforce • Colleges expect online and mobile learning • Employers demand • Electronic work/minimal paper • Collaborative work groups • Mobile access to information • Calendars, logs, documents, email, works-in-progress, voice recordings, training videos • Technology savvy job-seekers

  4. Pilot Project Costs • Hardware: • 5 Classroom Sets • 30 ipods per classroom @ $180.00 each • 1 docking/sync station per classroom @ $1600 • Software • Free (can use United Streaming, World Book, Internet, Powerpoints, Study Guides, etc.) • Paid for by Fed Stimulus Funds

  5. 21st Century Learner Video https://www.ischoolinitiative.com

  6. iPods in Class • Serves as a supplemental tool for learning; • Creates excitement about learning; • Communicates with students in their world using real-life tools; • Encourages creativity; • Builds ownership for created work; • Immediate access to rich content; • Ongoing tool for authentic assessment; • Engages students at higher levels

  7. School Expectations • A pilot classroom per school • Administrative support • Training • iPod usage • Classroom management • Instructional expectations • Assistance throughout the year • Student training • Participation agreement from students/parents

  8. Throughout the Year • K – Apps • 2 – Storybooks & Apps • 4 – Maps, Notes, Apps • 7 – Notes, Podcasts, Fluency • 11 – Audiobooks, Foreign Language, Dictionary/Thesaurus

  9. Lessons Learned • “Sync” carts way less handy than advertised • Managing synching most challenging portion • Vast difference between teacher needs for training/support • Staff questioning early on, wanting more by now • Sync to teacher laptop, not coordinator laptop • Buy itunes gift cards!