Posts Tagged ‘iPads’

Digital Story Telling Through App Smashing

Presenter: Caroline Doughty Location: Alexandria, Virginia @msdoughty2 Presentation Description: Classrooms across America use digital story telling apps to enhance students’ understanding and learning. Why stop at one app? App Smashing is a technology integration technique where students use two or more apps to create an original work. When app smashing, students process and share information […]

Teaching Art in a Technology Rich and Connected Classroom

Presenter: Tricia Fuglestad Location: Arlington Heights, Illinois, USA Twitter:   @fuglefun Presentation Description: Integrating technology, web 2.0, and interactive tools in the art room gives students the opportunity to enhance their 21st-century learning skills, practice creative problem-solving, and develop higher-level thinking as they create art. Showcasing student work through online venues opens your art room doors […]

Keynote for Kicking It Up A Notch : It’s Not About the Apps

Presenter: Mathew Needleman Location: Los Angeles, CA Twitter:  @mrneedleman Presentation Description: As mobile devices take over we have to decide between replicating traditional classroom work with digital flashcards or infusing our classrooms with creativity. Mathew Needleman describes how taking pictures with an iPhone sparked a personal creative renaissance and how this might occur in our […]

The Magic of Mobile Learning

Presenter: Shelly Sanchez Terrell Location: San Antonio, TX, USA Twitter: @ShellTerrell Presentation Description: Mobile learning has transformed the way we learn. The features and apps allow learners to move around the classroom, which helps spark creativity and imagination. In this session, we will explore activities that get learners on their feet exploring, analyzing, and engaging […]

Everything Apps for the K12 Educator

Presenter: Naomi Harm Location: Brownsville, MN @nharm Presentation Title: Everything Apps for the K12 Educator Presentation Description: Everywhere you look, people are talking about mobile learning devices. How can we use them and their apps to assist educators with their day to day instruction and immediate and mobile assessments? How can we harness the power […]