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Don't Be a One and Done: Creative Ways of Reaching All Students with Multiple Apps

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Are you a "One and Done" type of teacher? Do you find yourself using one app per lesson, when your students need and are thirsting for more? Many of us implement iPads this way; however, just as one type of instruction doesn't always fit all learning styles, one app doesn't always engage all students. Join Matt Bergman as he discusses creatively simple ways to use multiple apps in a lesson in order to reach all types of students. He will share how to create opportunities for all students to analyze, understand, apply, evaluate, collaborate, and create meaningful learning experiences in one class period. Come discover how you and your students can get the most out of your iPad experience.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Monday, July 14, 2014 @ 2:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Differentiated Learning, Learning Theories & Strategies, Mobile Learning Basics
Tags: apps, collaborate, differentiated learning, iPads, learning styles, mobile learning

Reviews (30)

Full Member
Great overview of several apps that you can use in your classroom - especially those classrooms that aren't one to one
Basic Member
It was so interesting to hear that reading a text and listening to it can have such different effects on the brain. Thank you for all of the wonderful info and the ideas for the classroom.
Basic Member
Lots of great information and ideas
Full Member
So much valuable information! Thank you.
Basic Member
Thank you! great ideas!!
Full Member
Really a loaded presentation - hope to use telegami
Basic Member
New apps to make class more techy and keep students involved.
Basic Member
Helpful! Thanks!
Full Member
Great presentation. Loved the dice idea!
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