This podcast is an audio recording of Autumn Laidler’s fantastic presentation, “Redefining the Science Classroom,” on August 16, 2013, at the iPad Academy of Chicago Public Schools. As an elementary teacher in a 1 to 1 iPad classrom, Autumn is a practical advocate for the SAMR model of technology integration and strives to help her students reach the transformative level of technology integration. The official session description was: In this session, participants will explore the use of multimedia science journals, blogs in the content area, and creation applications like iMovie. Learn how to create collaborative partnerships and projects with other classrooms and how to engage students in video creation and multimedia journaling in all subject areas, with specific examples for transforming science workshop.

Show Notes:

  1. Autumn Laidler on Twitter: @MsLaidler
  2. Blog of Autumn Laidler: Science in the City
  3. SAMR (Substitution Augmentation Modification Redefinition) Model
  4. Student video example: Levers (iMovie for iPad Trailer)
  5. Student video example: The Food Chain (iMovie for iPad Trailer)
  6. How to Create Green Screen Movies in iMovie
  7. iMovie Trailer Planning Sheets from Craig Dwyer (@DwyerTeacher)
  8. Shared blog space examples: #BurNTA Bat Bonanza and #SOSChicago
  9. Ms. Laidler’s science classroom favorite apps
  10. Scientists on Twitter
  11. Puppet Pals Director HD for iPad
  12. Autumn Laidler’s Classroom Vimeo Channel
  13. Audio podcast from ISTE 2013: Amplifying Our Students: Social Media in the Classroom by Jennifer Magiera & Autumn Laidler
  14. Fuel 4 Educational Change Agents (secondary podcast channel by @wfryer)

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