Learning a lot from talented educators in my webinar addressing the learning potential of simulations in blended learning for the Blended Learning Professional Group at James Cook University, Queensland. Just admiring the technology of clearly hearing each other with no delay from over 8548 miles between us. If you would like to have a customized version of this presentation delivered to your group, please contact me.
The Horizon Report for K12 outlines the trends that will be important for students, schools and districts in the next five years. They encompass empowerment; communication, collaboration, and success; innovation and creativity; online learning, and even the way we think about learning environments. Attend this webinar from Tech & Learning to learn what they are, why they matter, and what all of us should be thinking about now from Bruce Michelson, a Distinguished Technologist. Click here to register
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Tuesday, October 16th – 4PM Eastern Time
Presented by Leslie Kuhlthau Maniotes, Ph.D., teacher effectiveness coach in Denver Public Schools and curriculum specialist and national consultant on inquiry learning
EdWeb Webinar: How Schools Are Using iPads to Increase Learning: Three Case Studies
Presenters: David Vinca, Founder of eSpark and Colleen Loftus, Teacher and School Partnership Leader for eSpark
Thursday, August 9, 2012 at 4pm ET
Want to make your classroom more individualized, efficient, and fun? In our community’s next free webinar, David Vinca, Founder of eSpark Learning, and his colleague Colleen Loftus, will show you how three schools revitalized learning with successful iPad implementations.
They’ll begin with Mineola SD in New York, and discuss the value of letting students take home devices. David and Colleen will share how iPads can be used to increase hands-on, individualized learning and raise achievement levels on assessments, just like this New York school district did. Next, they will explore the unique ways that iPads can improve opportunities for Special Education populations. We’ll see how the KIPP charter school network in Chicago used iPads to improve learning outcomes of their special education students. Their final case study will show how the Utica School District re-imagined kindergarten. Hear all about this innovative program, including the efficient way the iPad hardware was deployed in this Michigan district.
Join David and Colleen on August 9th for ideas on how to use iPads to invigorate your classrooms.
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