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Oh K,1-2-3-Go!. Oh K,1-2-3-Go!. Take the Leap! Integrate E-Reader/Tablets into K-3 Classrooms Kitty Shadman Technology Integration Specialist Our Lady of Mercy School. Come Learn Your 1,2,3’s. . Convincing your principal, teachers and parents

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Oh k 1 2 3 go

Oh K,1-2-3-Go!

Take the Leap!

Integrate

E-Reader/Tablets

into K-3 Classrooms

Kitty Shadman

Technology Integration Specialist

Our Lady of Mercy School


Come learn your 1 2 3 s
Come Learn Your 1,2,3’s.

  • Convincing your principal, teachersand parents

  • Designing an effective implementation plan

  • Let the learning begin!


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  • Convincing your principal, teachers and parents


Student needs
Student Needs



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Universal Design Learning

Universal Design in Education


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1- Provide Multiple Means

of Representation

2- Provide Multiple Means

of Action and Expression

3- Provide Multiple Means

of Engagement

“The technology to improve literacy skills for

students receiving Special Education is here,

we just have to use it.” (NCREL)

Want to learn more?


A maryland instructional technology advisory council report june 2011
A Maryland Instructional Technology Advisory Council ReportJune 2011

Investing in Instructional Technology:

Accelerating Educational Reform in Maryland

Goal I: Student Learning

One-to-one access, UDL delivery,

Students as active learners

Goal II: Educator Proficiency

Goal III: Equitable Access


21 century learners
21 Century Learners

Touch screens and multimedia are already their world……

…………at least for some.


Research
Research

  • Skills that are key to reading comprehension

  • Reading comprehension strategies & e-readers

Let’s look at the

RESEARCH


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Strategies

+ E-Readers


Reading research resources
Reading Research Resources

  • National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. (2000) Report of the National Reading Panel

  • NEIRTEC. (2007) Technology and Teaching Children to Read.

  • NCREL. (2004) Using Technology to Improve the Literacy Skills of Students with Disablities.

  • Department of Education & Institute of Education Sciences. (2010) Improving Reading Comprehension in Kindergarten Through 3rd Grade


The digital age of education resources
The Digital Age of Education Resources

Take a Giant Step: A Blueprint for Teaching Young Children in a Digital Age (2011)

Investing in Instructional Technology:

Accelerating Educational Reform in Maryland(2011)


What we know about the brain
What We Know About The Brain

Video games reward players every 3 seconds.


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  • Designing an effective implementation plan


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Designing an Implementation Plan:Educational GoalsStakeholdersIdentify Hardware & Software IssuesFundingRealistic Timeline(W’s)Assessment ToolsMeans of CommunicationFlexibilityOpportunity for Expansion


Available tools so many choices
Available tools,so many choices!


Choosing an instructional tool
Choosing an Instructional Tool

  • Student needs & research

  • Available tools

  • Ease of implementation and management

  • Longevity

  • Input from stakeholders

  • $$$


September 15 th 1 25pm nook color
September 15th 1:25pm…NOOK Color

  • NOOK Kids, Read to Me, Read & Play, APPs

  • LendMe and access to public library

  • Built in Wi-Fi to educational websites & online e-books

  • Adobe Flash

  • E-reader features font adjustment, built-in dictionary,

    wikipedia and google search, highlighter,

    post notes and share

  • Office Docs, PDFs

  • Battery life

  • Expandable memory

  • PRICE


Staff development
Staff Development

  • All stakeholders

  • Tech skills + teaching strategies

  • Means of delivery:

    In-house training

    Workshops & conferences

    Modeling

    Peer support

    Web 2.O tools


Using web 2 0
Using Web 2.0

Mindmapby Toy Waterman


Staff development1
Staff Development

  • Communication-common language,

    share lesson plans

    keeping up with trends-Diigo, Scoopit.

  • Adjustments

  • Opportunities for ongoing

    peer support

  • “Free to be Me!”

    We have our own style.


Let the learning begin
Let the Learning Begin!

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And a way w e g o
…and away we go!


A tool for reading skills
A Tool for Reading Skills

1. Word-level skills.

2. Vocabulary knowledge and oral language skills

  • Broad conceptual knowledge

    4. Understanding different text structures and cognitive strategies.

    5. Thinking and reasoning skills making inferences analysis of content.

    6. Motivation to understand and work

    toward academic goals

Department of Education & Institute of Education Sciences.

(2010) Improving Reading Comprehension in Kindergarten Through 3rdGrade

Guide PDF


1 word level skills
1. Word-level skills.

  • Phonemic awareness

  • Word analysis strategies, especially phonemic decoding

  • Sight word vocabulary- Apps

  • Increase reading fluency- Audio record


2 vocabulary knowledge and oral language skills
2. Vocabulary knowledge and oral language skills

  • to build vocabulary and activities to

    strengthen listening comprehension

    Audio Read to Me


3 broad conceptual k nowledge
3. Broad Conceptual Knowledge

  • knowledge drawn from science, social studies, and other disciplines.

  • experiences which provide an information-rich curriculum

    -Non-Fiction Bookflix


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4. Understanding different text structures and cognitive strategies.Pre Reading NotesTeacher NotesStudent NotesPost NotesShare-demo


5 thinking and reasoning skills making inferences analysis of content
5. Thinking and reasoning skills making inferences analysis of content.

“ Technology is most productive in young children’s lives when it enhances their engagement in the rich activities of childhood-talking, interacting, manipulating, pretending, reading , constructing, exploring- as well as in children’s reflections in their actions and experiences”

Take a Giant Step: A Blueprint for Teaching Young Children in a Digital Age(2011)


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Motivation to understand of content.and work toward academic goalsWhen we succeed once we want to succeed again!


E book sources
E-Book Sources of content.

  • Device E-books, Read & Play, Read to Me

    BANG FOR YOUR BUCK-

    Tumblebooks

    BookFlix

    Starfall

    StorylineOnline.net

    Children’s Storybooks Online

    124 Sites for Free Children’s Books Online


Student created e books
Student Created E-Books of content.

Tikatok

Student share

their experiences

and creativity.



Sites to remember
Sites to remember of content.:

  • PebbleGo- research source for emergent readers

  • Internet4Classrooms

  • IXL

  • Academic Skill Builders


Parents are stakeholders too
Parents are Stakeholders Too! of content.

  • Keep them updated

  • W’s includes WHY!

  • E-mails home

  • Nook Night

  • BYOD


Management tips just a click away managing e books and websites
Management Tips of content. Just a click awayManaging e-books and websites

  • On NOOK- Home, Bookshelves, Favorites

  • School/Teacher Website

  • Only2clicks.com

  • Ideas for NOOK circulation


Management tips accessories that help
Management Tips of content.Accessories that Help

  • Have cart will travel

  • Headphones

  • Speakers

  • Document camera

  • Covers

  • Charging issues

  • Labels


Be gentle be responsible use it for learning follow directions sleep it

name:________________ of content.

I want to bring my ____________ to school.

I promise to follow these rules:

BE GENTLE BE RESPONSIBLE USE IT FOR LEARNING FOLLOW DIRECTIONS SLEEP IT

It’s mine

Turn it on and off

when the teacher asks.

Only work on what the

teacher has told you

to work on.

Do not share your device. Keep it somewhere safe .

Do not leave it at

school overnight.

Use your device to

read and learn.

NO GAMES!.

Treat your

device carefully.

Your device should

be off when not

in the classroom .


Management tips classroom management
Management Tips of content.Classroom Management

  • Rules

  • On the table or the floor

  • “5,4,3,2,1 –BE A D.J.”

  • Model first

  • PREVIEW!!!!!

  • Small group & differentiation

  • No time to manage? NOOK TEAM

  • Keep them wanting more!!!!



Lesson plans

Lesson Plans of content.

http://www.richardcolosi.com/

Read Write Think Lesson Plan


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  • Image Credits of content.:

  • http://www.lionden.com/slides-intro.htm

  • http://readnicole.files.wordpress.com/2011/05/multipleintelligences2.jpg

  • http://www.mardel.com/assets/item/large/030554011764.jpg

  • http://www.zealousweb.com/tools/images/web-tools.jpg

  • http://ej.colocdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/Research.jpg

  • http://englishforsure.wikispaces.com/file/view/Reading_Comprehension.jpg/235929744/Reading_Comprehension.jpg

  • http://www.judsonisd.org/district/employees/ProfessionalDevelopment/images/kid_brain.gif


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