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  1. page ePubs edited ... Viewing this book on your iPad: {clip_art_pencil_01.jpg} Go to iBooks. This time make sure yo…
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    Viewing this book on your iPad:
    {clip_art_pencil_01.jpg} Go to iBooks. This time make sure you’re on PDF's in collections and not books. Your book should now be on the shelf!
    Here's an update to my Recipe Book!
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    For the most part I do not enjoy cooking! But it's been kind of fun adding some simple recipes into this book. My children, ages 20 - 25, are enjoying it! My purpose in sharing it with you is to show you what you can do!
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Wednesday, July 17

  1. page Podstock2013 edited iPads, iPads, ELA, and the Elementary Student Mary StudentMary Frazier mfrazier@buhlersch…

    iPads,
    iPads, ELA, and the Elementary Student
    Mary
    StudentMary Frazier
    mfrazier@buhlerschools.orgDistrict Integration Technology SpecialistBuhler #313Keen Kutter B
    2:30 - 4:00
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    There are zillions (a little exaggerated) of apps! I'm sure by now you've found that many of them simply replace a worksheet or two. Mostly likely, however, they are more engaging, are in game format, have sound, are colorful, and give instant feedback. Those are things most of us love! Yet, these are at the bottom of Bloom's Revised Taxonomy - at the knowledge and application levels. To raise the thinking level of many of these apps (from LOTS to HOTS) they may need to be combined with another app or two. So rather than just show you tons of apps, we'll look at several and think about how we can make them meet more of Bloom's levels.
    Apptivities. This site is an excellent resource for mashing up apps to create an awesome project.
    Quixey.com - a great place to search for educational apps.
    ELA Strand: Literature
    Charlie Stinky Socks (free is very limited, $4.99 full version)
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Tuesday, July 16

  1. page Podstock2013 edited ... iPads, ELA, and the Elementary Student Mary Frazier Keen mfrazier@buhlerschools.orgDistric…
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    iPads, ELA, and the Elementary Student
    Mary Frazier
    Keenmfrazier@buhlerschools.orgDistrict Integration Technology SpecialistBuhler #313Keen Kutter B
    2:30 - 4:00
    Buhler elementary teachers and kids are deep into iPads. Join Mary as she demonstrates some of the ways that iPads can increase literacy skills and align instruction to Common Core ELA standards.
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    Collaboration, communication, critical thinking, and creativity should no longer be called 21st Century Skills. We are 13 years into the 21st century, these are now ESSENTIALS! It is essential that we focus on the 4 C's in order to prepare students for the future.
    There are zillions (a little exaggerated) of apps! I'm sure by now you've found that many of them simply replace a worksheet or two. Mostly likely, however, they are more engaging, are in game format, have sound, are colorful, and give instant feedback. Those are things most of us love! Yet, these are at the bottom of Bloom's Revised Taxonomy - at the knowledge and application levels. To raise the thinking level of many of these apps (from LOTS to HOTS) they may need to be combined with another app or two. So rather than just show you tons of apps, we'll look at several and think about how we can make them meet more of Bloom's levels.
    Apptivities. This site is an excellent resource for mashing up apps to create an awesome project.
    ELA Strand: Literature
    Charlie Stinky Socks (free is very limited, $4.99 full version)
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    fill in the blanks to make a complete, yet silly story. Have students create a story then leave out verbs, nouns, whatever is age appropriate, and have someone else fill in the blanks.
    Bluster
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    of homophones.
    Finale: Please write a reflection on Today's Meet. If you don't have time during the session please add your reflection within the next few days.

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