Touch Screens<br />http://www.myone.ca/images/School_Usage.jpg<br />EDC 3100 ICT<br />By David Richards, Sharon Kitching a...
A touch screen is an electronic visual output that can detect the presence and location of a touch within the display (Spe...
Interactive White Boards<br />Touch Tablets<br />iPads<br />Graphic Touch Tablets<br />SMART Tables<br />Touch Screen comp...
Found on a desktop computer<br />Work best for students with good motor skills<br />Children of all ages and developmental...
Interactive learning centre<br />Young students to work together collaboratively<br />Enhances cognitive, social and commu...
A4 in size<br />All functions of a laptop<br />Stylus pen<br />Touch tablet<br />
Benefits of a touch screen<br />
Innovation working alongside ICT curriculum<br />Contribute sustainable and meaningful change<br />Enable students to prep...
The Queensland Essential learning's for ICT<br />A better understanding of ICT than ever before <br />Use computers to wri...
 Touch screen devices enable<br />Individualised small group work <br />Less structured teaching approaches<br />Sense of ...
Touch screen technology<br />Integrate into units wherever possible <br />Maximise opportunities for language, numeracy an...
IPAD<br />Enables portability<br />Access to innovative applications <br />Enjoyable learning<br />Retrieved http://i.zdne...
Defining elearning and mlearning<br />eLearning<br /><ul><li>Electronic Learning
Engagement of the learner
Enhancement of learning
Ease of use
Empowerment of the learner to control the learning schedule
Execution of the learning program </li></ul>(<br />mLearning<br /><ul><li>Mobile Learning
Use mobile devices
Anywhere, anytime
Combination of eLearning and mLearning</li></li></ul><li>Identification of reasoning:<br />Internet and intranet<br />Conn...
Network – Internet/Intranet</li></ul>Global Network<br /><ul><li>Internet - whole network of networks
World Wide Web - information repository</li></ul>Local Network<br /><ul><li>Local Network (LAN) such as a computer room
Wider Area Network (WAN) which would cover a whole site and even further afield. </li></li></ul><li> <br />Identification ...
Students can sit anywhere
Touch screens can be mobile</li></ul>http://www.collegiatetimes.com/stories/15332/tablet-computers-to-remain-required-for-...
Advantageous of Network with touch screens<br />Identification of reasoning:<br />Monitoring capacity<br /><ul><li>Common ...
Faster teacher feed back using ICT
Wireless connection
Information is transferable</li></li></ul><li>Identification of reasoning:<br />Appeal to students<br /><ul><li>Sharing in...
Access to a wider range of resources
Central location for files/information</li></li></ul><li>Identification of reasoning<br />The internet and intranet as an ...
Pedagogical Approaches<br />
Promote active learning<br />Engage in meaningful activities<br />HERE IS GOING TO BE A VIDEO<br />Clicker 5<br />
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Nathans Presentation Final

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  • 1. Touch Screens<br />http://www.myone.ca/images/School_Usage.jpg<br />EDC 3100 ICT<br />By David Richards, Sharon Kitching and Nathan Morieson<br />
  • 2. A touch screen is an electronic visual output that can detect the presence and location of a touch within the display (Spectronics, 2003).<br />What are touch screens?<br />http://static.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Technology/Pix/pictures/2007/08/22/iphone460.jpg<br />
  • 3. Interactive White Boards<br />Touch Tablets<br />iPads<br />Graphic Touch Tablets<br />SMART Tables<br />Touch Screen computer monitors<br />Examples<br />
  • 4. Found on a desktop computer<br />Work best for students with good motor skills<br />Children of all ages and developmental levels<br />Touch screen computer monitors<br />
  • 5. Interactive learning centre<br />Young students to work together collaboratively<br />Enhances cognitive, social and communication skills<br />Smart table<br />
  • 6. A4 in size<br />All functions of a laptop<br />Stylus pen<br />Touch tablet<br />
  • 7. Benefits of a touch screen<br />
  • 8. Innovation working alongside ICT curriculum<br />Contribute sustainable and meaningful change<br />Enable students to prepare for further education and training <br />Living and working in a digital world <br />
  • 9. The Queensland Essential learning's for ICT<br />A better understanding of ICT than ever before <br />Use computers to write documents, emails and create presentations<br />Understand spelling and grammar checks<br /> Allow effective peer to peer collaboration <br />
  • 10. Touch screen devices enable<br />Individualised small group work <br />Less structured teaching approaches<br />Sense of responsibility, choices and actions <br />Developing of cross-cultural relationships.<br />Retrived http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/4f/Tablet.jpg<br />
  • 11. Touch screen technology<br />Integrate into units wherever possible <br />Maximise opportunities for language, numeracy and ICT development<br />Create different ways to perform traditional tasks<br />Retrived http://turbo.inquisitr.com/wp-content/2010/01/apple_tablet1.jpg<br />
  • 12. IPAD<br />Enables portability<br />Access to innovative applications <br />Enjoyable learning<br />Retrieved http://i.zdnet.com/blogs/le1700-tablet.jpg<br />
  • 13. Defining elearning and mlearning<br />eLearning<br /><ul><li>Electronic Learning
  • 14. Engagement of the learner
  • 15. Enhancement of learning
  • 16. Ease of use
  • 17. Empowerment of the learner to control the learning schedule
  • 18. Execution of the learning program </li></ul>(<br />mLearning<br /><ul><li>Mobile Learning
  • 19. Use mobile devices
  • 20. Anywhere, anytime
  • 21. Combination of eLearning and mLearning</li></li></ul><li>Identification of reasoning:<br />Internet and intranet<br />Connection<br /><ul><li>Stand alone – not connected
  • 22. Network – Internet/Intranet</li></ul>Global Network<br /><ul><li>Internet - whole network of networks
  • 23. World Wide Web - information repository</li></ul>Local Network<br /><ul><li>Local Network (LAN) such as a computer room
  • 24. Wider Area Network (WAN) which would cover a whole site and even further afield. </li></li></ul><li> <br />Identification of reasoning:<br />Mobile learning<br /><ul><li>Tailored the technology to the lesson
  • 25. Students can sit anywhere
  • 26. Touch screens can be mobile</li></ul>http://www.collegiatetimes.com/stories/15332/tablet-computers-to-remain-required-for-<br />
  • 27. Advantageous of Network with touch screens<br />Identification of reasoning:<br />Monitoring capacity<br /><ul><li>Common access to information
  • 28. Faster teacher feed back using ICT
  • 29. Wireless connection
  • 30. Information is transferable</li></li></ul><li>Identification of reasoning:<br />Appeal to students<br /><ul><li>Sharing information
  • 31. Access to a wider range of resources
  • 32. Central location for files/information</li></li></ul><li>Identification of reasoning<br />The internet and intranet as an eLearning tool<br />Impact on mLearning<br />Teachers can monitor work in progress <br />Appeal to students <br />
  • 33. Pedagogical Approaches<br />
  • 34. Promote active learning<br />Engage in meaningful activities<br />HERE IS GOING TO BE A VIDEO<br />Clicker 5<br />
  • 35. Activities to enable students to learn and grow<br />Create boundless lessons<br />Touch, learn, together<br />
  • 36. Individual or group work<br />Upload digital images and write on screen<br />E-learning<br />
  • 37. Touch Screen Computer Monitors and iPads<br />Clicker 5<br />http://www.spectronicsinoz.com/activities/other-activity-and-resources-download-sites/print<br />The SMART Table<br />http://education.smarttech.com/ste/en-US/Ed+Resource/SMART+Table+applications+and+activities/SMART+Table+activities.htm<br />Resources<br />
  • 38. http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/LeaderTalk/upload/2009/04/new_paradigms_needed_1/shared%20pencil%20photo.jpg<br />Organising the classroom<br />Group Learning<br /><ul><li>cooperative learning embraces both cognitive and social/personal student outcomes.
  • 39. Touch screens have mulit-touch function
  • 40. Allows for whole student participation
  • 41. Teacher can monitor individual participation</li></ul>Individual lead learning<br />The teacher sets the problem<br />The student explores the problem<br />Teacher and students discuss the problem.<br /><ul><li>Using touch screen technology ICT can be introduced to students at a younger age
  • 42. Intuitive touch technology makes everything students do come</li></ul>Teacher Lead learning<br />Setting the scene – Lesson/Touch screen as a medium for learning<br />Explaining and demonstrating the skill/content – function of the touch screen/what the students need to achieve<br />Students practice with teacher feedback – work through task focusing on the program not the technology<br />Apply/transferring skills/content in another lesson – improved skills with the touch screen and materials and program is targeted to content<br />http://www.collegiatetimes.com/stories/15332/tablet-computers-to-remain-required-for-<br />http://media.hamptonroads.com/media/content/pilotonline/2007/06/0603perfectboard500x325.jpg<br />http://www2.tbo.com/content/2009/sep/14/high-tech-table-lets-students-go-far-together/news-metro/<br />http://regmedia.co.uk/2008/09/17/synergynet.jpg<br />
  • 43. legal and copyright issues<br />Monitoring of content is required to protect students <br />Blocking of inappropriate web sites<br />Students taking photos of their class mates without their knowledge <br />Uploading photos of minors<br />
  • 44. legal and copyright issues continued<br />Using web sites without the written consent of the author<br />Claiming other people ideas as their own <br />Responsibility of devices <br />Upgrading the monitoring of technology guidelines<br />
  • 45. linking with other Kla’s<br />English <br />Access and read books electronically<br />Enables visually impaired, intellectually impaired and blind students<br />Download complete books from the internet <br />Raise the level of work being presented and to scaffold the fundamentals of editing. <br />Write in new contexts for new audiences. <br />Work in small literacy groups<br />Teachers can identify which components of literacy the students are struggling with. <br />
  • 46. Mathematics<br />Application allows students to access mathematical formulas<br />Allows students with poor fine motor skills to complete mathematical activities with ease. <br />Access and complete the NAPLAN online website<br />http://fc01.deviantart.net/fs30/f/2008/137/0/5/Mathematics_by_povesteauneipietre.jpg<br />
  • 47. science and Sose<br />Allow students to access Encarta Kids<br />Record, store and display data <br />Learn languages <br />Collaborate information through the use of email, blue tooth devices and drag features<br />Work in groups<br />Demonstrates correct scientific procedures and technique. <br />Film and document scientific experiments <br />
  • 48. Physical Education and ART<br />Keep score in sport contests<br />Alarms to notify the referee that a game is <br />commencing and finishing<br />Upload footage of the students' sporting techniques <br />Used to view and access professional artwork <br />form art collations. <br />http://www.collegehoopsnet.com/blog/marchmadness/uploaded_images/pe%27shon-howard-730428.jpg<br />
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