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  • 1.Copyright Interactive Connections, 2013Copyright 2013 INTERACTIVE CONNECTIONS Presenter: Ruth Manlandro

2. Copyright Interactive Connections, 2013 Photo from: 3. Copyright Interactive Connections, 2013 Class Process F2F or Webinar Blog Wiki Assignments 4. Copyright 2013 INTERACTIVE CONNECTIONS After completing this module, you will be able to: Utilize a mobile device as a learning tool. Embrace and acknowledge new technologies, rather than ignore or fear the new literacy. Promote digital etiquette through the use of a cell phone or tablet for learning opportunities. Find useful ways to integrate these mobile devices as knowledge construction, data collection, and collaborative communication tools into faith learning. 5. Copyright Interactive Connections, 2013 6. Copyright Interactive Connections, 2013 7. Copyright Interactive Connections, 2013 Toys to Tools: Connecting Student Cell Phones to Education by Liz Kolbe, International Society for Technology in Education 2008. You can purchase at: 8. Copyright Interactive Connections, 2013 Cell Phones in the Classroom: A Practical Guide for Educators by Liz Kolb (Sep 15, 2011), International Society for Technology Education 2011 You can purchase at: 9. Copyright Interactive Connections, 2013 10. Copyright Interactive Connections, 2013 74%: Percentage of US teens 9-12 grade that carry cell phones (Aug. 2010 The Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project) 59%: Percentage of US middle school students who care cell phones(Aug. 2010 The Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project) These numbers will only increase as cell phones become more affordable and available to students 11. Copyright 2013 INTERACTIVE CONNECTIONS Device K-2 Gr. 3-5 Gr. 6-8 Gr. 9-12 Cell phone w/o internet 21 29 51 56 Smart Phone 16 19 34 44 Laptop 37 42 60 67 MP3 37 55 79 85 Tablet Device (iPad) 10 8 13 10 Information from ProjectTomorrow 12. Copyright Interactive Connections, 2013 13. Copyright Interactive Connections, 2013 14. Copyright Interactive Connections, 2013 15. Copyright 2013 INTERACTIVE CONNECTIONS SMARTPHONE USERS: 65% of grades 6-8 students and 80% in grades 9-12 own them one main concern is how to use them for academics. MIDDLE SCHOOL DIGITAL READERS: From 2011-2012, the number of owners more than doubled from 17% to 39%. MIDDLE SCHOOL PERSONAL TABLETS: From 2011-2012, the number of owners more than doubled, to 52% WHAT DEVICES ARE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ALLOWED TO USE? Just 50% of smartphone owners Only 9% of personal tablets owners Only 18% of seniors are allowed to use personal laptops at school. Is this a missed opportunity? 16. Copyright Interactive Connections, 2013 17. Copyright Interactive Connections, 2013 Chandler-Olcott and Mahar (2003) assert that classrooms that integrate technology-mediated literacy practices within everyday social learning communities have the potential to promote more academically related interests within the school than classrooms lacking such integration. Pg.5, Toys to Tools 18. Copyright Interactive Connections, 2013Copyright 2013 INTERACTIVE CONNECTIONS 19. Copyright Interactive Connections, 2013 Digital Etiquette Concerns The Options Podcasting and more Camera and Camcorder Projects 20. Copyright Interactive Connections, 2013Copyright 2013 INTERACTIVE CONNECTIONS Digital Etiquette (Pg. 8) 21. Copyright Interactive Connections, 2013 Pgs. 17-22, Toys To Tools What To Include: Purpose of Assignments If texting, ask students to educate themselves on their cell phone plans. Public Private Parental Participation Etc. 22. Copyright Interactive Connections, 2013 Upon entry and departure of class please ensure cell phones are turned off and stored in your backpack. On days when we are using cell phones for learning please ensure they are set to silent. Only use phones for learning purposes related to classwork. When phones are not in use on a day we are using cells for learning place them face down on the upper right side of your desk. If you notice someone in the class using their cell phone inappropriately, remind them to use proper cell phone etiquette. If at any time your teacher feels you are not using your cell phone for class work you will be asked to place your phone in the bin in the front of the room with a post-it indicating your name and class. After the first infraction each month you can collect your phone at the end of class. After the second infraction you can collect your phone at the end of the day. After the third infraction your parent or guardian will be asked to retrieve your phone. If you use the phone inappropriately again during the month your parent or guardian will be required to retrieve your phone. At the beginning of each month, you have a clean slate. Adapt to fit your classroom setting 23. 24. Copyright Interactive Connections, 2013 25. Copyright Interactive Connections, 2013Copyright 2013 INTERACTIVE CONNECTIONS Security and (Pgs. 21-22) 26. Copyright 2013 INTERACTIVE CONNECTIONS Keep in mind that students do not have to bring their mobile devices into school (or class) in order to use them for class assignments. (pg. 22) 27. Copyright 2013 INTERACTIVE CONNECTIONS Classroom Control Cell Phone Etiquette Student Access Think outside the box, use one phone Financial Considerations Advertising opportunity for Media Literacy conversations Web Publishing Safely and appropriately communicating with others Permission from Administrators 28. Copyright Interactive Connections, 2013Copyright 2013 INTERACTIVE CONNECTIONS Pgs. 23 - 110 29. Basic: Cell Phone with Texting Capability Cyber: Smart Phone (i.e., Apple iPhone) 30. Mary appears in various countries and cultures to bring us closer to Jesus. 31. Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception,Crypt Church 32. Copyright Interactive Connections, 2013 MentoringtheExperienceof the Gospelwithnewtools 33. Copyright Interactive Connections, 2013 34. Copyright Interactive Connections, 2013 35. 36. Copyright Interactive Connections, 2013Copyright 2013 INTERACTIVE CONNECTIONS Use Your Imagination 37. Copyright Interactive Connections, 2013 iPhone/Tablet Television Composite AV Cable Yes you are able to show your Animoto film with this equipment! If your LCD projector has: Video input port (yellow) Left Audio input port (white) Right audio input port (red) 38. Copyright Interactive Connections, 2013 Conduct Interviews Photos Videos So, what is the assignment? What would you like them to do with this tool? Visit your church Visit the Diocesan Cathedral Other? 39. Copyright Interactive Connections, 2013 Use the Instant Recording Interview each other or staff members (with permission) Interview community leaders, family members, local authors, and Post as MP3 files Enhance a Digital parish newsletter/blog/website With FreeConferencePro students virtual phone conference with several folks. 40. Copyright Interactive Connections, 2013 See pgs. 40-48, Toys to Tools The steps are here Use your imagination and apply to the Religion Classroom Interview parish members i.e., for a parish Jubilee. Tools: Gabcast, Blogger, and cell phones 41. Copyright Interactive Connections, 2013 (Pg. 72) Can immediately post photos to a blog to create a Web journal. 42. Copyright Interactive Connections, 2013 (Pg. 73) Post pictures to the web from a cell phone Can post directly to your private space Allows photo postings from any cell phone to one account by giving a unique e-mail address for the account. Allows teachers to have more control over the photo postings. Can also send video to the private Photobucket account. Can create picture slide shows with audio, transitions, effects, and titles. 43. Copyright Interactive Connections, 2013 Pgs 74-75 Flickr similar to photobucket Flagr Allows people to post images to a specific location on a map using their mobile phone camera. Any basic cell phone will work. 44. Copyright Interactive Connections, 2013 Using online editing tools, students can log in to the Web site at any time, from any computer, and work on their videos. Can immediately post their online product. Video-editing: See Lesson 12 (pgs. 108- 110) for an Image Scavenger Hunt. (E.g., Do they know whats in their parish church? Cathedral? Or ????) 45. Copyright Interactive Connections, 2013 QR Code- Aid for Adoration- Based on Case Study 13 What should I pray about I dont know what to do My mind wanders QR Code created using 46. Copyright Interactive Connections, 2013 47. Copyright Interactive Connections, 2013Copyright 2013 INTERACTIVE CONNECTIONS This presentation contains the poll(s) you downloaded Slide Contents 2 Suggested verbal notes for presenters 3 Instructions slide to educate audiences on responding via text messages. 4 Instructions slide to educate audien