You can put as much technology as you want in the classroom but it doesn't mean change will happen. If your teachers, students and parents are not bought in, then your initiative will not succeed. Learn about how to cultivate the right culture around technology adoption.
The Why? Through several crafted exercises participants will narrow the “Why” responses down to the Top Five Technology Goals for adopting the mobile device model. A critical component of the overall design and buy-in of the adoption process is to have a clear understanding of why you are doing what you are doing. Participants will explore the WHY behind the decision to move forward with the 1:web integration model.
Take a journey with college student, Travis Allen, and learn what it means to be a lifelong learner. This concept has an entirely new definition in today's Information Age and it requires us to create new skills while at the same time, embracing our inner student. Discover how schools, teachers, and the students themselves unintentionally obstruct their own path for the best possible education. And, most importantly, learn how to cultivate the right environment to break past these barriers.
"Becoming an Effective Communicator" will teach you how to create an engaging presentation with today's web tools. Prezi, is a free software for educators and students that allows building presentations that are not just linear. In this workshop you will not only learn how to use Prezi, but more importantly, you will also better understand how to be an effective communicator on stage.
There have been many consistent challenges that schools face as they move towards a 1:1 or BYOD environment. It takes more than just putting tablets in the classroom to create a successful learning environment. You have to build the right infrastructure, create a solid vision, and most importantly, create the right culture. In this session, we will discuss best practices and how to overcome some of the biggest barriers in your mobile deployment.
Are you asking questions that Google can answer? In a connected classroom, we need to be asking our students questions that Google CANNOT answer. Learn how to change the way you ask questions in a way that promotes curiosity and forces students to use problem solving and higher order thinking skills.
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