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<ul><li>Slide 1</li></ul> <p>1 HANDy Integration Ideas Shelby County Schools Technology Resource Teachers Slide 2 2 Challenges of the desktop computer Benefits of the handheld computer! = Size Equity Simplicity E2E2 S2S2 E 2 = Everyone Everywhere S 2 = Somepeople Someplaces Cost Why portable technology makes sense Slide 3 3 1.Affordable 2.Lightweight &amp; wearable 3.Long battery life 4.Easy to use 5.Room for expansion 6.Wireless capability Handheld features The most powerful technology is the one people actually use Slide 4 4 Synchronize with PC Graffiti software Beam via infraredPortable keyboard Mini keyboard On-screen keyboard Easy to enter text many choices Slide 5 5 Beyond the PDA organizer to the handheld computer Word processing.. Spreadsheet... Database. Presentation.. Digital photography. Internet connectivity Printing Calculators. Drawing &amp; Painting.. Scientific probes.. Stories, texts, authoring. Course Management Assessment Palm keyboard, WordSmith, Thesaurus/Dict Sheet to Go, QuickSheet Filemaker Mobile, MobileDB Portsmith Pitch, MARGI Presenter to Go Veo Photo Traveler, Palm Digital Camera AvantGo, PicoBlue, WiFi (802.11), FlingIt! PrintBoy, TealPrint, PalmPrint ImagiMath, powerOne Graph TealPaint, Diddlebug, BugMe ImagiProbe, PASCO, Vernier eTales, Palm Reader, Palm eBook Studio 4.0 Student, Due Yesterday Learner Profile, Making the Grade, mClass:Reading Hardware and software that extend the power of your handheld computer! Slide 6 6 Why AlphaSmarts/Neos Make Sense Improved writing skills Increased student motivation Access to technology Efficient/Effective lab use Low cost Easy time management Slide 7 7 AlphaSmart 3000 &amp; Neo Features Multiple files - 8 files/100 pages Sturdy and portable 700 hours battery life Auto power off &amp; save Password protection One-key cable or infrared transfer Direct printing Special needs features 2MB memory / hundreds of pages of text 50% larger screen Beam to Alphasmarts, Neos, &amp; handhelds AlphaWord Plus includes: Thesuarus English-Spanish word equivalent NeoAlphaSmart Slide 8 8 Neo screenshot Slide 9 9 Why Danas Make Sense Runs Palm OS Large Touch Screen Full Size Keyboard Long Battery Life Lightweight and Durable Expandable Memory Slide 10 10 Runs All Palm OS Software Thousands of Applications Presentations Databases Lesson Planning Graphing Calculators Spreadsheets Word Processors Slide 11 11 Wide Screen Support Core Palm Applications AlphaWord - full word processing program Third-party software Slide 12 12 Beaming and Syncing Easily send and update files either wireless or connected Slide 13 13 Meeting Alabama Standards in: Science Language Arts Math Social Studies embedded: Technology Keyboarding Assessment Slide 14 14 Language Arts Writing (Grade 3-5) Alabama Course of Study Standards: Demonstrate word recognition skills, including structural analysis. Write in a variety of modes to express meaning. Descriptive Narrative Expository Monitor the writing process. Self evaluation Peer evaluation Teacher evaluation Know and apply principles of grammar and usage in writing, speaking, and presenting and apply mechanics in writing. Capitalization Punctuation Grammar Tools AlphaSmarts Alphaword - FREE Idea from Monster Exchange www.monsterexchange.org Slide 15 15 Slide 16 16 Original drawing from Monster Exchange www.monsterexchange.org Slide 17 17 His name is Mental Robot. He has a triangular head, a banana-shaped mouth, and triangular ears. His head, his mouth, his ears, and his eyes are pink. Mental Robot has a male body and he has four fingers on each hand. He has a belt with a circle in the middle and he has red arms. He is wearing a blue shirt and a green belt. His arms have lots of scales on them. He has three spikes on each foot, his legs are human legs and his tail has five spikes on the club. His foot and tail are red. Students description description from Monster Exchange www.monsterexchange.org Slide 18 18 Redrawn by peer drawing from Monster Exchange www.monsterexchange.org Slide 19 19 RedrawnOriginal drawings from Monster Exchange www.monsterexchange.org Slide 20 20 Language Arts Alabama Course of Study Standards: Demonstrate word recognition skills, including structural analysis. Write in a variety of modes to express meaning. Descriptive Narrative Expository Monitor the writing process. Self evaluation Peer evaluation Teacher evaluation Know and apply principles of grammar and usage in writing, speaking, and presenting and apply mechanics in writing. Capitalization Punctuation Grammar Slide 21 21 Language Arts Alabama Course of Study Standards: Recognize various forms of literature according to characteristics. Determine the author's purpose. Be aware of writing and speaking styles that incorporate dialects, idioms, and intonation patterns. Use available computer technology to enhance reading and writing skills. Folktales (Grade 6) Tools DANA Computer Slide 22 22 Science Parts of a Plant Grades 1-3 Alabama Course of Study Standards: Relate structure to function in plants and animals Identify characteristics and behaviors of organisms that help them survive. Tools DANA Internet access Sketchy Handy Sheets Slide 23 23 Slide 24 24 Science Cell Division (Grade 9-12) Alabama Course of Study Standards: Differentiate between cells undergoing the stages of mitosis and meiosis. Explain that mitosis results in more cells for growth and repair. Explain the transfer of information from parents to offspring through genes within DNA molecules. Tools DANA Alabama Virtual Library (AVL) - FREE Acrobat Reader for Palm OS - FREE Sketchy AlphaWord FREE APTPlus FREE Slide 25 25 Math Geometry terms Grade 6-8 Alabama Course of Study Standards: Distinguish among lines, rays, and segments Measure and classify angles. Describe and use relationships between pairs of angles. Classify a triangle according to its components. Identify polyhedrons. Tools Digital Camera Computer Slideshow or Word Processing program Slide 26 26 Right Angle = 90 o Equilateral Triangle Slide 27 27 25 % 0.25 1414 Slide 28 28 Math Got Digits? Grade 5 and up Alabama Course of Study Standards: Solve problems requiring the use of operations on rational numbers describing the method used. Demonstrate computational fluency with addition, subtraction, and multiplication of integers. Tools Neo Neo built-in calculator Beamer software Slide 29 29 Social Studies / Math Survey to Graph Grades 5-12 Alabama Course of Study Standards: Social Studies Read, interpret, and organize information using a variety of sources and tools including graphs, illustrations, and tables. Discuss social issues from differing perspectives. Evaluate the responsibilities of citizens including being informed, participating in the political process, and monitoring public officials. Math Collect, organize, and interpret data using graphs, tables, and charts. Interpret information from bar graphs, line graphs, and circle graphs. Tools Palm Spreadsheet Software Docs to Go software Slide 30 30 Slide 31 31 Social Studies Explorers Grades 4+ Alabama Course of Study Standards: Social Studies Interpret and display information and data using various graphic organizers. Describe European explorations and settlements in Alabama and identify reasons for and consequences of each. Explain effects of European exploration during the Age of Discovery upon European society and Native Americans, including the economic and cultural impact. Identifying significant early European patrons and explorers and early settlements Examples: - patrons-King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella, Prince Henry the Navigator; - explorers-Ferdinand Magellan, Christopher Columbus, Hernn Corts, Francisco Vzquez de Coronado, Juan Ponce de Len, Hernando de Soto, Francisco Pizarro; - early settlements-Roanoke (the Lost Colony), Jamestown, Plymouth Tools Dana computer Inspiration software and Inspiration for Palm OS Worldroots.com, 2005 Slide 32 32 Technology (Grade K-5) Alabama Course of Study Standards: K-2 Use developmentally appropriate keyboard techniques. Examples: left hand for left side keys and right hand for right side keys, special keys such as space bar, enter/return, backspace, shift, delete Produce developmentally appropriate multimedia products. Examples: autobiography or story using word processor or digital presentation software 3-5 Demonstrate basic operations of a word processor. Selecting text Font type and size Alignment Line spacing Tabs Spell checker Thesaurus Graphics Use a variety of media and technology resources to create and communicate knowledge products across the curriculum. Example:individual and collaborative writing, presenting, and publishing Slide 33 33 Technology (Grade 6-12) Alabama Course of Study Standards: 6-8 Demonstrate keyboarding proficiency in technique and posture while building speed. Integrate word processing skills across the curriculum. Identify examples of spreadsheets and databases. 9-12 Explain uses and advantages of word processing. Apply appropriate techniques for producing word processing documents. Explain uses and advantages of spreadsheets. Apply appropriate techniques for producing spreadsheets. Slide 34 34 : Contact Information : Lauren Woolley, Shelby County Schools lwoolley@shelbyed.k12.al.us Misty Comfort, Shelby County Schools mcomfort@shelbyed.k12.al.us Leslie Cash, Shelby County Schools lcash@shelbyed.k12.al.us http://www.shelbyed.k12.al.us/tech/aetc.htm Handouts Slide 35 35 Phone Number: ABCDEFG (ABC) x 80 + 1 [(ABC) x 80 + 1] x 250 20,000(ABC) +250 20,000(ABC) +250 +DEFG + DEFG -250 [20,000(ABC) +2(DEFG)] / 2 10,000(ABC) +DEFG ABCDEFG </p>