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2014 2014-Stories for Learning

Digital Story Telling Through App Smashing

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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 through diverse apps that require different abilities (writing, speaking, drawing). Classrooms can create original, creative, and innovative stories that showcase learning and deepen students’ knowledge.

2012 Kicking It Up a Notch

Teaching Art in a Technology Rich and Connected Classroom

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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 to an authentic global audience, connect students with others in collaborations, and enriches learning for all. I will share stories and examples from my technology rich elementary art room and how our online connections have enthralled, enriched and engaged my students.

Link to presentation’s supporting documents:
http://bit.ly/QLJGfs

Additional Information:
Please take a moment to look around my website/blog to see all the exciting ways my K-5 art students use technology for instruction, art production, and connecting with a global audience. We would love to hear from you!
Website/blog: http://drydenart.weebly.com/fugleblog.html
I also share my interactive lessons with tutorials on this wiki: http://artisinteractive.wikispaces.com/Artisinteractive
Watch and use our award-winning Fugleflicks (Student-Created, Art-Related) videos: http://fugleflicks.wikispaces.com/Fugleflick_Index
and Check out my Creating on iPads page full of handouts/tutorials: http://drydenart.weebly.com/creating-on-ipads.html

2012 Kicking It Up a Notch

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

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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 classrooms.

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Link to presentation’s supporting documents:

http://creatinglifelonglearners.com/?s=k12online

Additional Information:
Follow Mathew Needleman on Instagram @needleworks:
http://statigr.am/needleworks

2012 Getting Started

The Magic of Mobile Learning

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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 with the concepts they are learning. These activities will use various features of mobile devices which include recording video, taking photos, and recording audio. We will also explore fun apps that allow students to be imaginative and creative.

Link to presentation’s supporting documents:
http://teacherrebootcamp.com/free-ebooks/mobile-learning-50-resources-tips/

2011 2011-Sandbox Play

Everything Apps for the K12 Educator

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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 of this exciting new technology to better meet the needs of ALL of your students in your classroom?

Join us for this exciting, fast-paced look into the world of “Everything Apps for the PreK-12 educator!” We will explore and review apps with the following focus areas and a whole lot more!:

*Communication and Assessments
*Educator and Student Productivity
*Digital Stoyrtelling
*eBooks and Digital Textbook Creations
*English and Language Arts
*Math, Science and Social Studies
*Cloud Storage

iPod videomp3 audio

Link to presentation’s supporting documents:
http://box.net/naomiharm

Additional Information:
Naomi Harm, Master of Education in Professional Development, ME-PD, best known as an 21st century educational technology literacy specialist, enthusiast and guru welcomes every opportunity to share her expertise and best practices relating to technology infused teaching and learning environments. Her dynamic career focus includes many exciting and cutting edge jobs which include: an Intel National Senior Trainer, SMART certified trainer, and manages her own “Innovative Educator” 2.0 consulting corporation. Naomi provides customized staff development technology workshops, grant writing expertise, and designs and delivers online graduate course work for universities. She also has a well-known specialty and expertise area of delivering motivational international keynote presentations focusing on emerging technologies, 21st century skills and assessments, 21st century administrative leadership, peer coaching, mobile learning technologies, project based learning, and inspired and transformative educational technology leadership. Naomi is truly passionate about building global relationships with educational technology leaders, while engaging in meaningful and collaborative conversations to meet the needs of today’s diverse learners.