Using the iPad for Effective Teaching and Learning For Beginners
Monday, July 29, 2013
8:30 am - 11:30 am

This workshop, for the novice iPad user, will inform educators of basic uses, applications and creative ways to integrate mobile technology in the classroom and for professional growth. Participants will "make and take" in this hands-on workshop as the presenter shares ideas and demonstrates applications (both free and minimal cost) on the iPad. Applications that support student engagement, participation, and learning will be demonstrated. Participants will leave with a list of resources, suggested apps, basic tips and tricks, and strategies for implementation of an iPad program.

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Advanced Uses of the iPad for Effective Teaching and Learning
Monday, July 29, 2013
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

This workshop is for educators who are already familiar with iPad applications and want to advance their skills. Participants will explore resources and creative ways to incorporate mobile devices and applications to support professional development. The presenter will demonstrate how educators can use mobile devices and applications to improve student engagement, understanding of concepts and performance. Participants will leave with a list of suggested apps, tips, tricks, and tools to manage content.

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Additional Applications and Resources to Explore:
Screen Sharing and Projection software: Doceri , AirServer, Team Viewer, and Reflector
Blogs: iPads in Education, Apps in Education
1000+ iPad Application Suggestions: eBook
Texas Computer Educator Association: iPad App List
Software for managing multiple iPads: Apple Configurator and Meraki
Rate that App Resources: Blog , Kathy Schrock's page (6+ linked rubrics) , Harry Walker's Rubric

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