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  1. Scan the code on the back of your bookmark with a QR reader.

  2. Type the website in on the front of the bookmark into a browser.



Handouts:

Download the Handout for the Presentation

When prompted to select where to open the handout choose "iBooks." The presentation looks best in the landscape view on the iPad.




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Before we get started I want to know a little about you follow this link or download the "Socrative Student" application.

The room number is my last name "Krambeck."









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QR Reader for Mac: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/qr-reader-for-iphone/id368494609?mt=8
QR Reader for Android: http://www.appbrain.com/app/quickmark-qr-code-reader/tw.com.quickmark
QR Generators: http://qrcode.kaywa.com
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Template compliments of Avery. Templates are available online at www.avery.com


*App Available in both the iTunes App Store and the Android Market for FREE

  1. Scan the QR codes provided. QR Readers are available for all smart phones.
  2. Preview these sites and find a video about a concept you are teaching to your students. You can use the drop down menu at the top to look through the bookmarked sites.
  3. Use one of the following QR code generator sites to create a QR code.
  4. Drag or copy the image and save it to the desktop with a memorable name.
  5. Download the and make your own "Help Me" stickers by dragging in your new QR code. See the example for what the finished product would look like (image at right).
  6. Save the template and print it out at school tomorrow for kids that are struggling (***Tip: Attach the sticker to the master copy before you send out for copies. The code will work and you will conserve your address labels).



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Get the App (Teacher): http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/socrative-teacher/id477620120?mt=8
Get the App (Student): http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/student-clicker-socrative/id477618130?mt=8
Join a Room (Student):http://m.socrative.com/student/#joinRoom
*App Available in both the iTunes App Store and the Android Market for FREE
  1. Download Socrative Student Clicker and Socrative Teacher. Available on all Droid and Apple products or go to this site.
  2. Click “Student Log In”
  3. Room #: Krambeck
  4. Complete the pre-made quiz. Teachers can make pre-made quizzes or students can participate in improv discussions within the classroom by answering short answer, multiple choice, and true/false questions.
  5. Set up your own teacher account at www.socrative.com (it takes about 2 minutes)
  6. Edit your profile and change your room number to your last name or a word that is easy to remember.
  7. Create your own questions and play around with the software.


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Station 3: Evernote: Keep Track of EVERYTHINGEvernote.jpg


Website:
http://evernote.com/
Get the App: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/evernote/id281796108?mt=8

*App Available in both the iTunes App Store and the Android Market for FREE
  1. On the iPad select the icon “Evernote.” If you have trouble finger to the left and the search screen will appear. You will want to download the free computer software on the Evernote site.
  2. Create an account. This will allow you to sync your information between multiple devices.
  3. Create your first notebook. You may choose to make a notebook for your subject area, lesson plans, or meeting notes.
  4. Create a note in a notebook by selecting the plus button in the bottom right hand corner of your screen.
  5. Find a website, article, or resource. Place the piece in your notebook.


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Station 4: Show Me: Step by Step

Instructions

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Students using listening to our classroom novel online using Show Me.

Website: http://www.showme.com/
Get the App:http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/comicbook!/id436114747?mt=8
*App Available in both the iTunes App Store and the Android Market for FREE (has been $1.99 in the past).


  1. On the iPad select the icon “Show Me.” If you have trouble finger to the left and the search screen will appear.
  2. Choose one of the two options for completing a Show Me.
  • Search the web for an appropriate picture that would capture the meaning of the word “accelerate”. Press the red button and for one minute take turns brainstorming synonyms. Then, press the pause button. Switch colors and brainstorm antonyms for one minute.
  • Choose a book that you have read recently. Search the web for a picture of the book. Write three words that describe the book. Perform a one-minute book talk describing how the three words you choserelate to the book.
3. Save the Show Me, title it, and upload it to the site by pressing the cloud button and share with the world.

Click here is an example of a Show Me I created for my 7th grade reading class. Very simple, yet very helpful.



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Get the App: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/aurasma-lite/id432526396?mt=8

*App Available in both the iTunes App Store and the Android Market for FREE


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Scan this picture with the application "Aurasma" and watch the picture come alive!


  1. Open the Aurasma Application.
  2. Try scanning one of the books available with the iPad provided. An "Aura" should pop up. This may take some time. A loading image should appear. Auta's work on recognizing images. The more detailed the better. Books were perfectly for this application!
  3. Time to make your own! Grab a book you have read. If you can't find one you had read just grab any that is available.
  4. Using the camera application on your iPad to take a short video explaining the book, why it looks interesting, or why it does not. Save the video to your camera roll (this should happen automatically).
  5. In the application Aurasma take a picture of the book.
  6. Select the video you have made. It may take a few seconds to upload.
  7. Try it out! Hover over the book jacket. Your video should appear.

Great for students to recommend or review books to one another in a classroom library or in the media center of your school!