This was invaluable! The information provided means that I am already to jump into using it with my class tomorrow in. I am looking forward to having my students utilize more hands on resources such as Pages, to bring their knowledge to life. I also found the information to make a portfolio that would follow along with students with their lifetimes useful. Really wonderful. Many thanks.
I will now use numbers! I must admit that I’ve never felt it was useful for more than graphs. This session showed how students can demonstrate their learning in so many ways using this app. Using the rubric of the 5 elements of learning will assist me to be intentional about giving the students more agency in their learning; it will challenge me to frame my lessons using higher level questions and therefore the students will be challenged to use higher order thinking.
This will be really useful supporting students with learning difficulties under learning support.
It was very interesting to see Pages and Nearpod used to enhance student engagement and learning. The resources and, for lack of a better word, tips and tricks, were the most helpful.
As an administrator, I’ll encourage my teachers to use those applications, to have workshops for them to learn how to use it effectively in class with their students and also for my work, I can benefit a lot from using these applications which will return on a great benefit for my students.
This will help extend lesson planning to try and incorporate the 5 Elements of Learning more, and to take a deeper look into lesson planning. Focus more on thinking about lesson engagement and how this can be achieved with the iPad to rather use the iPad and native apps to enhance student learning, rather than a tool to simply use in lessons.
I would like to use these Clips for instructional videos for children with the strong visual cues and audio options to enable greater engagement.
I definitely will be implementing the tools and tricks I learned in this training, especially the app Nearpod, Pages, IXL and Seesaw.
I’ll implement the Apple Classroom App immediately!