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Thursday, November 3 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
iPads, Projects, and Apps, OH MY!

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Are you ready to experience a hands-on session to see how you can truly use iPads in your classroom? Join me to not only talk about strategies that work, but actually experience activities from a student’s point of view. My goal is to help you navigate between using iPads as tools for consumption and tools for creation in your science classroom. Featured content topics will be “hAPPy Friday” challenges, cellular biology, genetics, forensic science, anatomy/physiology, dissection, and more. Whether you have a 1:1 program, shared carts, or class sets of iPads, my presentation applies to you. This is a great session for anyone starting out with iPads or for those of us who have experience and are looking for more ideas! 

Please download Explain Everything, iMovie, and Tellagami prior to arrival to session.

Link to Session Resources (Google Slides)
 
TABLES ARE FOR THE FIRST 50 PEOPLE WHO SIGNED UP. NAMES ARE LISTED OUTSIDE THE ROOM. OTHERS MAY SIT IN THE CHAIRS IN THE BACK.  
 

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Elizabeth Glassman

Shared iPad Biology Teacher, Norfolk Academy
Elizabeth Glassman has been teaching biology at Norfolk Academy for 15 years and has incorporated iPads for 4 years. She focuses on maintaining the traditions of her classroom with the ever changing technology that will enhance student learning. She has presented for EdTechTeacher, Miami Device and Texas Instruments, along with providing inservice training for teachers at Norfolk Academy. You can follow her at glassmanbiology.blogspot.com... Read More →


Thursday November 3, 2016 1:00pm - 2:00pm
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