Presentation Resources



AM Sessions:

9:20 - Friendship Room - "Sharing a Cart? Find Out What Works." - Alicen Hoy, Megan Mott, Samantha Schultz

Please download Chirp (the iPhone version), Skitch, and Nearpod onto your devices. Below is the Nearpod presentation as well as the presentation in PowerPoint form for those who prefer that format.


9:20 - Keystone Room - "Instructional Changes Obtainable Using Nearpod" - Jeff Rothenberger

(Note: Please download and install the Nearpod app onto any mobile device for this presentation. It will be hands-on)
I will post my session to this site after my presentation. Anyone who missed or would like a review is welcome to return and participate again.


9:20-Meadow Room- "Meeting PA Core Using iPads in the Elementary Classroom"- KK Knudsen & Christen Manari


9:20- Juniata Room- "Creating Relevant Social Skills Stories using i Create"- Kimberly Matthews

Please download iCreate...Social Skills Stories onto your device for this presentation.

9:20 - Dogwood Room - The Blended Learning Classroom with iPad Integration - Michelle Eichelberger

Link to Presentation
PDF Copy of Presentation w/ links
Download the app - iBrainstorm Companion
Feedback form - please complete if you attended my session.

10:30- Board Room - "iBooks - the Underutilized Resource"- James Gates

(Note: This is NOT about iBooks Author. This is about the iBooks app and the many places to find iBooks.)
Links to many iBook (epub format) sites. From Manybooks to Google Books to epubbooks and more.
The dotepub (pronounced dot - epub) bookmarklet converts web pages to iBook format.
Dotepub - dotepub.com
  • Here's a tutorial video on how to make the bookmarklet. It was created in OS 6, but the process is the same.
  • What it does: This bookmarklet will turn almost any web page into an iBook format that you can open directly into iBooks.
  • Why? Once there you don't need an internet connection to read it. And, you can use the powerful notes features of iBooks to take and share notes about the page.
  • Try the bookmarklet here . And here .
Does this all work in a cart environment? What are the caveats? What are the solutions?

10:30- Friendship Room- "Pack Your Suitcase with Evernote!"- Stacy Morris and Dawn Sanderson

Link to our wikispace.
Link to evernote.com
Link to downloading Evernote on your computer
Please download Evernote from the App Store


10:30 - Let's Get QR Code Qrazy! - Shlair Klos


:) Please download a QR Code Scanner App on your iPad or Smartphone! (QR Reader and Scanner, MobileTag, etc.)

10:30 - Dogwood Room- "Padcasting" by Al Harding and Jill Neuhard

Google Presentation on Padcasting


PM Sessions:

12:40 - 1:40 - Meadow - Let Them Cre8 on Their iPads! Ann Johnston, Jared Mader, Susan Smith - Lincoln Intermediate Unit 12

Experience ways for your students to creatively demonstrate their knowledge through digital storytelling, role-playing, and screencasting on their iPads. Participants will have a chance to create, collaborate, and learn through the hybrid station rotation model.

Resources

Apps to download: Nearpod, 30 Hands, StoryKit

12:40-1:40 - friendship - iPads for Creation


https://sites.google.com/a/wrsd.org/ipads-for-creation/

12:40 -1:40 - Juniata - Efficient and Effective Learning with Technology - Christian Ehrhart and John Sengia


See how one classroom has been able to integrate iPads into an instructional approach that targets all learners at all times.
We will share how students use the iPads to explore content and demonstrate understanding, as well as an overview of these apps and tools:
Educreations
30 Hands
Chatterkid
Thinglink
Socrative
Kahoot
Book Creator
Edpuzzle
CK-12 Flexbooks

1:50-2:50 - Board Room - "No Bark and All Bite" - Kevin Windsor and Julie Devine

What does a paperless classroom look like? Does it work? Is it effective?
The following apps will be used during the presentation:
  • Edmodo
  • Nearpod
  • Noteshelf
  • Book Creator
  • Socrative
  • iBooks
  • Pages
  • Morfo
  • Google Drive
  • iTooch
  • Blogger
  • iMovie




We will post the session and resource links after the presentation.
https://sites.google.com/a/garnetvalley.org/kevinwindsor/Home


Session: Got iPads: Grant Writing 101
Presenters: Jamie Keenan and Laura Campbell
Time: 1:50-2:50
Room: Friendship
Description: Looking to add new technology to your classroom to spice up lessons and increase student engagement? iPads could be your answer! But is your district tight on money? We will share our secrets and successes on grant writing for iPads in the classroom. Learn how to get your district on board, get support from your technology department, and start up costs. We will also explore some awesome apps to bring into the classroom!

Contact

Laura Campbell
campbelll@manheimcentral.org, 717-665-8932

Jamie Keenan
keenanj@manheimcentral.org, 717-665-8925

SlideShare



Grant Opportunities

Donors Choose
EdTechTeam
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
Office of Educational Technology
Teachers Network
Technology Grant News

Research: iPads in Education



iPad Classroom Resources





Grant Documents













Apps Included in Grant (please download)

NearPod
Educreations
ChatterKid
Popplet Lite
Pic Collage

1:50 - Keystone Room - "Informal Assessments for Informed Learning" - Lisa Turner & Carol Roth

Description: (Designed for grade 6-12)Informal, or formative, assessments are an important tool in educating students. Using iPads makes for quick and seamless integration of informal assessments, and is incredibly easy throughout the school day. The mobility of these devices, intuitive apps, and students' motivation to use them, gives teachers the perfect opportunity to continuously evaluate student progress and modify instruction to meet the needs of all of the learners. This session will assist teachers with the myriad of ways to monitor student learning through the use of iPads and adapt to their needs.

Website for session

Apps discussed:
  • Educreations
  • Shadow Puppet
  • Knowmia Teach
  • Socrative (teacher and student)
  • Plickers
  • Nearpod
  • Google Drive and Docs
  • LucidChart
  • Baiboard
  • Edmodo
  • Front Row

1:50- Juniata Room- "iBooks Author" -Terrance Shepler
Description: iBooks Author is a free Mac program that creates multi-touch interactive eBooks that can be viewed on an iPad or Mac desktop running the Mavericks OS. This session will show examples of how a teacher can easily create an iBook, share it with students and examples of iBooks created.

Title: Educational Content for iPad
Strand: Integration
Grade Level: PreK-12
Presenters: Paul Takac
Contact: takac@apple.com