Posts Tagged ‘k12online’

Augmenting Interest in Reading with Augmented Reality

Presenter: Kyle Dunbar Location: Alexandria, VA USA @edtechdunny Presentation Description: Through screencasts, presentation tools and videos of interviews with teachers and students, I will share examples of students creating videos about books they are reading that are linked through the Augmented Reality app Aurasma. Viewers will hear about students drafting their videos, recording their videos, […]

#Gamifi_ED Networked Intergenerational Learning

Presenter: Verena Roberts Location: CALGARY Link to presenter’s Twitter page(s) or other profile page if not using Twitter Presentation Description: It all started with an idea put out on twitter – “It’s Ironic that my tweets about creating hunger games online learning opportunity- is the way I feel about learning.” Lee Graham saw the tweet […]

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 […]

Creating an Edventure in Your Classroom

Presenter: Harrison McCoy Location: Arlington, Texas, USA @hmccoy0615   Presentation Title: Creating an Edventure in Your Classroom Presentation Description: Gamification is one of the hottest topics in education today. This presentation explores how to gamify the entire classroom by creating a gaming culture in which assignments are embedded in quests that earn participants points, badges, […]

A Tale of Three Classrooms: How and Why We Read, Write, and Think for Each Other

Presenter: Jared Colley and Joel Garza Location: Arlington, TX and Addison, TX @jcolley8 Presentation Description: This presentation demonstrates how a good idea was born out of a collaboration involving three teachers who first set out to do something very traditional with their English classes. Growing from a shared interest to try something different, teachers experimented […]

The iPad’s Killer App

Presenter: Ben Rimes Location: Mattawan, Michigan, United States @techsavvyed   Presentation Description: For the hundreds of thousands of apps on the iPad, there is one often neglected app that already comes pre-installed; the Camera App! Exploration of the world around us using video and images allows students to capture elements of curiosity and real world […]

PLN Power: A Personal Story

Presenter: Jeffrey Bradbury Location: New Jersey @teachercast Presentation Description: What happens when an educator starts educating outside of the classroom? Why do so many teachers spend their free time blogging, podcasting, conference presenting and much more? What if the work they are doing outside of the classroom is impactful to their work inside of the […]

6 Second Stories for Learning

Presenter: Ben Wilkoff Location: Denver, CO @bhwilkoff Presentation Description: This presentation is based upon the idea that our stories for learning should be easy to create and share. In fact, they should really just be moments of learning, told in order to capture something important that is happening in our classrooms and schools. This presentation […]

Game On: How Design and Play Impact Learning

Presenter: Kevin Hodgson Location: Southampton, MA, USA @dogtrax Presentation Description: Everywhere you look, young people are playing games and mostly, they are playing games on their screens. But are they merely consumers of content or are they creators of it? With a nod towards the ideas of gamifying the classroom, this keynote presentation will delve […]

Igniting Innovation in Teaching and Learning

Presenter: Wesley Fryer Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma USA @wfryer Presentation Title: Igniting Innovation in Teaching and Learning Presentation Description: What ignites your spark for teaching and learning inside and outside the classroom? What sustains your spark for creativity and innovation? What can be a spark of innovation to encourage teachers who are not early adapter […]