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These two Techie Teachers are sharing their insights into the creation of interactive electronic notepads, which they say have revolutionized the way they work and engage in the schoolroom. We looked last year for ways to integrate interactive notebook computers into our alphabetisation cubes. Initially, we depended on the graphical organisers as the only resource for these laptops, but the way in which they developed was astonishing.
Using conventional interactive note books, the pupils produce hands-on items in which much is dyed, cut and glued. This is exactly what we wanted to do with our free download. It was not enough for us and our pupils to just comment on graphical organisers. During the year we began to integrate more and more into our daily diaries.
They have often inspire these supplements and the discoveries of new applications. Pupils now take pictures, pictures, etc. of KidRex, take videos of themselves working fluently, photograph the work at the ward, integrate ChatterKid pictures and much more. Every replay, every replay, and every replay, every replay, every time a student can find or take a photo in near-realtime.
How do we make these interactive notebook computers? What kind of reception do the pupils give them? We' re building our notebook from our Keynote laptop computers, but whatever you use (PowerPoint, Photoshop, etc.) will work for sure! Each film is built with a wide range of images to make the site pleasant for the pupil.
Every wk we integrate a wide range of alphabetization assignments, among them, but not restricted to: As soon as we have created the transparencies we want to include in their personal note books, we start exporting them as pictures. You can do this very simply by selecting File and then Select pictures after..... To begin the next stage, you must store your picture file on a memory system that is easy to access on your iPad.
You' ll need to open these images and store them on your iPad before you can start the next one. For each side of your laptop, choose the picture you want your pupils to work on. Resize simply by drag ging a vertex of the picture to adjust it to the monitor.
As soon as you have added all your pictures, you are willing to exchange the book with your pupils! See what you normally use to pass, speed up, or "push" your file to your student. That' great if you ever want pupils to post their work for or beyond the family! Notice that the file sizes can be a problem if you have uploaded your e-book with your videos.
We sometimes integrate tutorials from BrainPop or other resources that can be viewed by the pupils. It is easy to check her work quickly at the end of the month by leafing through her workbooks! We' re using these interactive journals throughout the entire alphabetization area. Occasionally, when creating a grade anchoring diagram, pupils might include (they can even take a picture and comment with you!), use it during the wards ( "anytime they can take themselves, it's an immediate commitment"), keep records fluently, and much more!
If you use it more and more often, you will find new and interesting ways to get your pupils excited about alphabetization work. Hopefully this contribution has been an inspiration for you to take a new look at the opportunities that our technologies can offer your alphabetizing pad through interactive electronic thesauri.