One Best Thing – Sharing learning with real audiences.

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Last year I was successful in applying to be an Apple Distinguished Educator.  After being selected the Class Of 2013 attended ADE Institutes across the globe. ADEs from Europe, UAE and India gathered in Cork Ireland for a week long collaboration and learning.

Our project was to produce multi touch iBooks using iBooks Author to share an idea or best practice entitled My One Best Thing.

One Best Thing is a collection of books, created by Apple Distinguished Educators (ADEs), that demonstrate the use of Apple technologies to transform teaching and learning. Each One Best Thing book shares a unit, a lesson, or a best practice and is designed to help another educator implement a successful practice. It’s a professional learning idea championed by an educator—in word and action—that others can look to for ideas and tips on how to replicate.

100 ADEs from around the globe were successful in having their chapters published and I was lucky enough to be one of them. To view all the free iBooks click the banner at the top of the page. I would highly recommend that you also download the chapters from Mat Pullen, Mark Anderson, Greg Hughes, Andy Dickenson and John Jones.

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Sharing learning with a real audience immediately provides real purpose for students. This One Best Thing demonstrates ways in which students could share their work with peers, educators and the rest of the world. A range of apps, activity ideas, and student examples are highlighted showing how students can use iPad to share what they have learned with authentic audiences

 

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About smarterlearning

Teacher of Science at Clevedon School. Apple Distinguished Educator.

Posted on May 3, 2014, in General. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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