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  • Welcome toDigital Discipleship

    Boot Camp

    Mobile Devices and Ministry

    A Presentation of Digital Discipleship Boot CampLifelong Learners in the New Media Age

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  • Presenter

    Producer Sr. Caroline Cerveny

    Ruth E Manlandro

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    I arise today

    Through the strength of HeavenLight of sunRadiance of moonSplendour of fireSpeed of lightningSwiftness of windDepth of the seaStability of earthFirmness of rock

    I arise today

    Through Gods strength to pilot meGods eye to look before meGods wisdom to guide meGods way to lie before meGods shield to protect me

    From all who shall wish me illAfar and nearAlone and in a multitudeAgainst every cruelMerciless powerThat may oppose my body and soul

    Christ with me, Christ before me,Christ behind me, Christ in me,

    Christ beneath me, Christ above me,Christ on my right, Christ on my left,Christ when I lie down, Christ when I sit down,Christ when I arise, Christ to shield me

    Christ in the heart of everyone who thinks of me,

    Christ in the mouth of everyone who speaks of meI arise today.

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    The Deers Cry Sung by Rita Connolly Lyrics by Shaun Davey

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    Class Process

    F2F or Webinar

    Blog

    Wiki Assignments

  • After completing this module, you will be able to:

    Embrace and acknowledge new technologies, rather than ignore or fear the new literacy.

    Promote digital etiquette through the use of a cell phone/tablet for learning opportunities.

    Find useful ways to integrate these mobile devices as knowledge construction, data collection, and collaborative communication tools into faith learning.

    Demonstrate how Internet resources allow you to talk into your cell phone and immediately record the narrative as a podcast to a Web site.

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    Why Mobile Devices?

    Ease of use

    Almost everyone has some type of device

    Quick access and use

    Near ubiquitous wifi and affordable data plans

    BYOD - Bring your own device

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    Types of Mobile Devices

    Devices:

    Phones

    Tablets

    Manufacturers/Operating Systems

    Apple/iOS

    Microsoft/Windows

    Google/Android

    Amazon/Kindle

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    POLL: What type of mobile device(s) do you use?

    Check all that apply:

    1. Apple iPhone

    2. Apple iPad or iPad mini

    3. Windows phone

    4. Windows tablet (i.e.: Surface Pro, dynaPad)

    5. Google Android phone (i.e.: Nexus, Samsung, HTC)

    6. Google Android tablet (i.e.: Nexus, Samsung, Shield,

    Pixel C)

    7. Amazon tablet (Kindle Fire)

    8. None of the above

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    Toys to Tools:

    Connecting Student

    Cell Phones to

    Education by Liz

    Kolb, International

    Society for Technology

    in Education 2008.

    You can purchase at:

    http://bit.ly/oTLpCw

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    Cell Phones in the

    Classroom: A

    Practical Guide for

    Educators by Liz Kolb

    (Sep 15, 2011),

    International Society for

    Technology

    Education 2011

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    Technology Tools for

    your Ministry: No

    Mousing Around! by

    Tim Welch (Jan 2,

    2008),Twenty-third

    Publications 2008

    You can purchase at

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    Theres an app for that!

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  • http://www.tcea.org/ipad

    iPad Resources

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    http://www.tcea.org/ipad

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    What is your must have app?

    Raise your hand to respond!

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    74%: Percentage of US teens 9-12 grade that

    carry cell phones (Aug. 2010 The Pew Research

    Center's Internet & American Life Project)

    59%: Percentage of US middle school students

    who carry cell phones(Aug. 2010 The Pew

    Research Center's Internet & American Life

    Project)

    These numbers will only increase as cell phones

    become more affordable and available to

    students

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    Information from ProjectTomorrow

    Device K-2 Gr. 3-5 Gr. 6-8 Gr. 9-12

    Cell phone w/o internet

    21 29 51 56

    Smart Phone 16 19 34 44

    Laptop 37 42 60 67

    MP3 37 55 79 85

    Tablet Device (iPad)

    10 8 13 10

    http://www.tomorrow.org/

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    www.pewinternet.org/Reports/2010/Cell-Phones-and-American-Adults.aspx

    http://www.pewinternet.org/Reports/2010/Cell-Phones-and-American-Adults.aspx

  • SMARTPHONE USERS: 65% of grades 6-8 students and 80% in grades 9-12 own them one main concern is how to use them for academics.

    MIDDLE SCHOOL DIGITAL READERS: From 2011-2012, the number ofowners more than doubled from 17% to 39%.

    MIDDLE SCHOOL PERSONAL TABLETS: F rom 2011-2012, the number of owners more than doubled, to 52%

    WHAT DEVICES ARE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ALLOWED TO USE? Just 50% of smartphone owners Only 9% of personal tablets owners Only 18% of seniors are allowed to use personal laptops at school.

    Is this a missed opportunity?

    http://www.tomorrow.org/speakup/SU12_DigitalLearners_StudentReport.html

    http://www.tomorrow.org/speakup/SU12_DigitalLearners_StudentReport.html

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    http://www.classlink.com/blog/2011/01/open-access-to-cell-phones-in-the-classroom/http://edudemic.com/2011/05/phones-in-classroom

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  • Chandler-Olcott and Mahar (2003) assert that

    classrooms that integrate technology-mediated

    literacy practices within everyday social learning

    communities have the potential to promote more

    academically related interests within the school

    than classrooms lacking such integration.Pg.5, Toys to Tools

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    Digital Etiquette

    (Toys to Tools Pg. 8)

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    Pgs. 17-22, Toys To Tools

    What To Include:

    Purpose of Assignments

    If texting, ask students to educate themselves on

    their cell phone plans.

    Public Private

    Parental Participation

    Etc.

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    Upon entry and departure of class please ensure cell phones

    are turned off and stored in your backpack.

    On days when we are using cell phones for learning please

    ensure they are set to silent.

    Only use phones for learning purposes related to classwork.

    When phones are not in use on a day we are using cells for

    learning place them face down on the upper right side of your

    desk.

    If you notice someone in the class using their cell phone

    inappropriately, remind them to use proper cell phone

    etiquette.

    http://www.techlearning.com/blogs/35840

    http://www.techlearning.com/blogs/35840

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    If at any time your teacher feels you are not using your cell

    phone for class work you will be asked to place your phone in

    the bin in the front of the room with a post-it indicating your

    name and class.

    After the first infraction each month you can collect your

    phone at the end of class.

    After the second infraction you can collect your phone at

    the end of the day.

    After the third infraction your parent or guardian will be

    asked to retrieve your phone. If you use the phone

    inappropriately again during the month your parent or

    guardian will be required to retrieve your phone.

    At the beginning of each month, you have a clean slate.

    Adapt to fit your classroom setting

    http://www.techlearning.com/blogs/35840

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