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iPads : Usage, Engagement, and Assessment. Presenters : Amber Helsel-Ickes, Sarah DeHaas, Valerie Park, John Wright Additionally : Hannah Bellowar, Lynn Cockett, Kathy Jones Juniata College Huntingdon, PA. SoTL Summer Grants. Search on SoTL from any Juniata page. SoTL Summer Grants.

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ipads usage engagement and assessment

iPads:Usage, Engagement, and Assessment

Presenters: Amber Helsel-Ickes, Sarah DeHaas, Valerie Park, John Wright

Additionally: Hannah Bellowar, Lynn Cockett, Kathy Jones

Juniata College

Huntingdon, PA

sotl summer grants
SoTL Summer Grants

Search on SoTL from any Juniata page.

sotl summer grants1
SoTL Summer Grants

Click on the Starting a SoTL Project tab on the SoTL home page.

sotl summer grants2
SoTL Summer Grants

Call for SoTL Summer Grants

Rubric used to evaluate Grant applications

Example of funded summer grant (Mark McKellop)

today s presentation
Today’s Presentation
  • Second year for the iPad initiative at Juniata
  • Example of Use in a Lab Course – Amber Helsel-Ickes
  • Rubric for App Selection and Evaluation – Sarah DeHaas
  • Peer Coaching – Valerie Park
  • Digital Media Skills Assessment – John Wright
  • Discussion Continues on Fri, 22.Mar – LC on Teaching Excellence
example of use in a lab course amber helsel ickes
Example of Use in a Lab CourseAmber Helsel-Ickes

Fisher Scientific

  • >$400
  • Awkward calibration


ODM Technology

  • ~$75
  • More user-friendly
  • Memory & location capabilities
rubric for app selection evaluation sarah dehaas also available at p administration sotl
Rubric for App Selection & EvaluationSarah DeHaas also available at P:\Administration\SoTL
peer coaching valerie park
Peer CoachingValerie Park

Technology as an incentive to foster:

  • A Learning Community
  • Collaboration
  • Coaching Practices
  • Future Professional Development
peer coaching model
Peer Coaching Model

Student Teacher

Student Teacher

Cooperating Teacher

College Supervisor

Cooperating Teacher

progression of the study
Progression of the Study

Fall 2012 - Pre-Student Teaching

  • Interpersonal Styles
  • Build Trust
  • Practice Open- Ended Questions
  • Face Time
  • Set Clear Expectations

Spring 2013 – Student Teaching

  • Weekly Goal Setting
  • Build Video Tape Library
  • Weekly Reflections
  • Face Time
  • Portfolios
benefits of peer coaching using ipads
Benefits of Peer Coaching Using iPads
  • Opportunity to connect classroom learning and professional growth
  • Enhance relationships among peers
  • Improved performance and ownership in personal development
  • Systematic approach to growth and development
anticipated outcomes
Anticipated Outcomes
  • An Enriched Student Teaching Experience
  • Leveraging Technology
  • A Collaborative Environment
  • A Learning Community
  • Fosters Future Professional Development
some downsides
Some Downsides
  • Engagement? Yes! http://www.acu.edu/news/2011/110919-mobility-research.htmlhttp://www.rcetj.org/index.php/rcetj/article/download/75/180
  • Learning? Not so sure…“There is very little evidence that kids learn more, faster or better by using these machines …. iPads are marvelous tools to engage kids, but then the novelty wears off and you get into hard-core issues of teaching and learning.”Larry Cuban, professor emeritus of education at Stanford University
  • Price
  • Compatibility
  • Student “buy-in,” iPads as extra…
the discussion continues
The Discussion Continues…

At the next Learning Community on Teaching Excellence, Friday 22.Mar, 3:30-5:00pm, Founders 421.

  • More examples of usage and student engagement
  • Mentoring on assessment instruments