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Nasbe.pptx

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  • 1. 7/28/13   1   Blended  Learning   Experience   Sara  Hall,  Hall  Davidson,  Evan  Marwell   July  29,  2013   hEp://linkyy.com/MDLA   Pdf of presentation ! hEp://www.wevideo.com/educaKon   hEp://padlet.com/gallery   hEp://www.socraKve.com/
  • 2. 7/28/13   2   TodaysMeet   MindMeister   Edmodo
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  • 5. 7/28/13   5   hEps://linkyy.com/NASBE   hEps://voicethread.com/share/4761463/   commoncore   go  to  link  and  sign  in   rNrjojiip69L@m.youtube.com Send  a  short  video
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  • 8. 7/28/13   8   SUBTEXT.com
  • 9. 7/28/13   9   Aurasma
  • 10. 7/28/13   10   Augmented  Reality  Book  &  App   hEp://www.amazon.com/FantasKc-­‐Flying-­‐Books-­‐Morris-­‐Lessmore/dp/1442457023  hEps://itunes.apple.com/us/app/fantasKc-­‐flying-­‐books-­‐mr./id438052647?mt=8   The  Fantas*c  Flying  Books  of  Morris  Lessmore     Imag.N.O.Tron   App! Book!
  • 11. 7/28/13   11   Blended  Learning   Experience   Sara  Hall,  Hall  Davidson,  Evan  Marwell   July  29,  2013   hEp://linkyy.com/MDLA   Pdf of presentation ! Bootcamp?       hall_davidson@discovery.com   More  if  there  were  Kme…
  • 12. 7/28/13   12   VoiceThread.com   voicethread
  • 13. 7/28/13   13   Common  Core  Assessment   Grandma  Ruth                      Last  night  I  learned  that  my  grandma  was  named  aher  Babe  Ruth,  the  greatest  baseball  player  of  all  Kme.  I  learned  this  six  hours  too  late.                      Yesterday  I  wanted  to  work  on  throwing  a  baseball.  I  needed  a  baseball,  since  my  brother  wouldn’t  let  me  borrow  his.  Unfortunately,  I  knew  right  where  one  was.                      I  Kptoed  into  my  grandma’s  bedroom.  Sunlight  from  the  late  morning  sun  filtered  in  through  the  leaves  of  the  dogwood  tree  outside  the  open  window.  I  moved  slowly  through  my  favorite  room  in  the  house,  which  belonged  to  my  favorite  person  in  the  world,  my  grandma.                      I  reached  into  the  back  of  her  closet  and  pulled  out  a  shoebox  full  of  old  baseballs  wrapped  in  Kssue  paper.  I  shoved  my  hand  in  and  grabbed  the  first  one  I  touched.  I  threw  off  the  paper  and  ran  out  into  the  yard  with  our  dog,  Bowie,  who  would  always  play  a  game  of  catch  with  me.                      We  had  a  spectacular  game  of  catch.  By  the  end  of  our  session  I  was  throwing  straight  as  an  arrow  and  Bowie  was  bringing  it  back  as  fast  as  he  could.  It  was  perfect.                      I  went  back  into  my  grandma’s  room  and  wrapped  the  ball  back  up  in  paper,  just  like  I’d  found  it.    Except  now  it  looked  dirty  and  used,  like  a  good  baseball  should.                      At  dinner,  though,  I  heard  the  story.                      “Have  I  ever  told  you  that  I’m  named  aher  the  greatest  baseball  player  who  ever  lived?”  Grandma  asked  suddenly.                      James  and  I  shook  our  heads.  We  leaned  forward  to  listen.  It  isn’t  ohen  we  hear  new  stories  from  her.                      My  grandmother  stood  up  and  walked  into  her  bedroom.  She  came  back  with  the  shoebox  in  her  hands.  She  sat  down  and  started  her  story.                      “So,  your  great-­‐grandfather  was  the  denKst  for  the  Detroit  Tigers  back  in  the  1920s.  His  favorite  player  was  Ty  Cobb,  the  best  player  the  Tigers  have  ever  had.  When  Ty  found  out  that  your  great-­‐grandparents  were  going  to  have  a  baby,  he  brought  your  great-­‐grandfather  a  big  package  full  of  baseballs  signed  by  the  best-­‐known  players  of  the  Kme.  He  said,  ‘Doc,  you  can  have  these  under  one  condiKon:   name  your  daughter  Tyrina.  Aher  me.’  And  my  father,  too  excited  to  say  no,  agreed.                      “When  my  mother  heard  about  this  she  told  my  father  to  go  to  Ty  Cobb  and  give  him  back  the  baseballs,  because  she  had  her  own  ideas  for  names.  Ty  just  laughed  when  he  heard  this.  He  said  to  my  father,  ‘Doc,  I’ll  tell  you  what:  keep  the  baseballs  but  name  her  aher  my  good  friend  Babe  Ruth.’                      “My  father  smiled  and  said,  ‘I’ll  see  what  I  can  do.  Keep  these  for  me  unKl  then.’                      “It  turned  out  my  mother  loved  the  name  Ruth.  That’s  how  I  got  my  name  and  how  my  father  got  these:  he  let  Ty  Cobb  name  me  aher  Babe  Ruth.”                      I  tried  to  swallow  but  couldn’t.  I  hoped  that  she  wasn’t  going  to  say  what  I  thought  she  was  going  to  say.                      Then  she  said  it.                      “In  this  shoebox  are  the  ten  baseballs  Ty  Cobb  gave  my  father.  They  are  signed  by  some  of  the  most  famous  ballplayers  in  history,  including  one  that  has  one  single  signature  on  it:  Babe  Ruth’s.”                      My  grandma  pulled  the  ball  out,  unwrapped  it,  and  held  it  out  for  us  to  see.  The  ball  was  scarred  almost  beyond  recogniKon.  It  had  dog  bite  marks,  dirt  scuffs,  and  fraying  seams.  Right  in  the  middle  was  a  big  signature  in  black  ink  that  I  had  somehow  overlooked.  It  was  smudged  now  and  faded,  but  it  sKll  clearly  said  “Babe  Ruth.”  I  began  to  shake  inside.                      But  my  grandma  just  looked  at  the  ball  and  smiled  sweetly.  She  said  sohly,  “Even  though  it  doesn’t  look  like  much,  this  ball  has  brought  our  family  a  lot  of  joy  in  its  Kme.  I  remember  when  I  was  your  age,  Naomi,  I  almost  rubbed  the  signature  right  off  from  tossing  it  up  and  down  all  the  Kme.  You  see,  I’ve  always  felt  that  a  baseball  should  be  used  for  a  lot  more  than  looking.  My  dad,  your  great-­‐grandfather,   used  to  say  the  same  thing.”                      She  lowered  her  hand  and  gently  tossed  the  ball  toward  Bowie,  sleeping  by  the  door.  It  rolled  in  a  perfectly  straight  line  and  came  to  rest  sohly  between  the  dog’s  paws.  A  perfect  throw.
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