Below is a great infographic by hneltner that combines the SAMR model with Bloom's Taxonomy and the idea of app-smashing (having students create content by using a series of apps--"smashing" them together.) Check it out!
NOTE--this was created using ThingLink, a really fun app that allows you to add photos, videos, and other cool links to a static visual. A great idea for a formative assessment!
The following PPT by Jonathan Wylie is a fantastic collection of ideas about using the camera function on the iPad for educational projects. Just 10 minutes with this and you'll have at least one potential activity to use!
It's a jungle out there. But finding the right app for your project is only a few steps away. Check out the info graphic below for categories of general use apps currently available on the SMA iPads. (Note--apps specific to a content area like science or world languages are not included.)
The graphic is also available online at http://bit.ly/1jUMwmz. And if you prefer a more linear document, check out the PDF menu below the graphic.
Remember--start by doing what you do best--figuring out the learning objectives. Ask yourself:
And as always, let me know if I can help! Good luck!
"I am passionately curious..."
Albert Einstein called himself this, and I love the idea. I too am passionately curious about what other great minds are creating and sharing. I have curated here some thought-provoking resources to assist our amazing SMA faculty as they progress in their 1:1 iPad journey.
Looking for more resources? Check out my Pinterest boards below...