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“ Whether at school or in the workplace, young people hunger for a more creative and interactive relationship with the world. . . . They have to be interactive producers, not isolated consumers.” Tony Wagner. Look what students are asking for….

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Look what students are asking for http www youtube com watch v a zvcjfwf8

Whether at school or in the workplace, young people hunger for a more creative and interactive relationship with the world. . . . They have to be interactive producers, not isolated consumers.” Tony Wagner

Look what students are asking for….

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_A-ZVCjfWf8


21 st century teaching and learning connecting with students through reading
21st Century Teaching and LearningConnecting with Students through Reading….

  • Today we will be talking about how to connect students and reading through IPods and the wiki!


Why use ipods in your classroom to teach reading
Why use IPods in your classroom to teach reading…

  • Offers unique learning opportunities for those who are audio learners.

  • • Helps students to learn material (I.e. spelling words, parts for plays, information for a presentation).

  • • It is relevant to your students as ‘digital natives’.

  • • Ease of use…little training in how to use.

  • • Portability factor.

  • • Good for students with learning and physical difficulties.


Why continued
Why continued…..

  • Engage students in learning

  • Enhance Instruction

  • Increase motivation

  • Individualized instruction

  • Accommodate multiple learning styles


iPods


Using the ipods for reading
Using the IPods for Reading

  • Today we are going to model exactly how students might use these IPod Shuffles/Touches in the classroom…..

  • I would suggest starting every student with their own digital learning backpack/Fluency Portfolio. That tracks them all the way from kindergarten to high school. Reading is a great place to start with a student’s digital backpack. This can be done on your wiki or on the student’s H drive.

  • Sample Wiki

  • http://bishopcook10.wikis.birmingham.k12.mi.us/Roy%27s+Digital+BackPack


  • Today we are going to walk through the process of making our own audacity file the same way your students would.

  • The one cool feature about audacity is that is free to download for students at home.

  • Lets try audacity out so we can explain it to our students.

  • http://audacity.sourceforge.net/

  • See directions (Handout)


How to use ipods with writing
How to use IPods with Writing own audacity file the same way your students would.

  • Revisions of writing assignment-listen to the recording and highlight mistakes within their paper.

  • Record rough draft of a writing assignment.

  • Character Interviews

  • Book Talks


Audio book resources
Audio book Resources own audacity file the same way your students would.

  • http://storynory.com/

  • http://www.booksshouldbefree.com/genre/Children

  • http://kids.learnoutloud.com/Kids-Free-Stuff


Assistive technology
Assistive Technology own audacity file the same way your students would.

  • What is Co:Writer?

  • Co:Writeris the pencil, your applications are the paper.

  • Co:Writerworks in conjunction with any application you write in like MS Word, Online, Blogs, Email, etc. As you type,

  • Co:Writerinterprets spelling and grammar mistakes and offers word suggestions in real time.


Co writer
Co:Writer own audacity file the same way your students would.

  • How Does Co:Writer Work?

  • 1.)Click on the assistive technology folder on the desktop of your computer

  • 2.)Click on Co:Writer

  • 3.)Launch Microsoft Word or any other writing application

  • 4.) Start Writing


Read outloud
Read:OutLoud own audacity file the same way your students would.

  • What is Read:OutLoud?

  • Read:OutLoud6 makes it easy to provide access to the new electronic books required in IDEA, and the included web browser makes the internet fully accessible.

  • Read:OutLoudprovides accessibility supports like text-to-speech and study tools that help you read with comprehension.


Read outloud1
Read:OutLoud own audacity file the same way your students would.

  • How Does Read:OutLoud work?

  • 1.)Click on the assistive technology folder on the desktop of your computer

  • 2.)Click on Read:OutLoud

  • 3.)Type in URL of website that you would like read.

  • 4.)Press the speaker button


Pierce staff wiki
Pierce Staff Wiki own audacity file the same way your students would.

  • Please add any resources that people might find useful

  • Everyone is allowed to edit the wiki

  • The powerpoint and handout from today’s session is also on the wiki

  • Virtual collaboration


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