ISTE’s participants chat up online - Tech Learning

ISTE’s participants chat up online

Who: Adam Bellow
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Who: Adam Bellow

• Untangling the Web: Free Tools to Power Up Your Teaching Monday, 6/24/2013, 11:00am–12:00pm, SACC Lila Cockrell Theater
• More EduTecher’s Web Tools to Make Your Classroom Rock! Tuesday, 6/25/2013, 3:45pm–4:45pm, SACC Ballroom C-3
• The Tomorrow Toolkit: Free Web Tools to Support Elementary Learning Wednesday, 6/26/2013, 8:30am–9:30am, SACC 008AB
• Closing Keynote Wednesday, 6/26/2013, 2:30 pm

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Who: Jonathan Bergman and Aaron Sams

• Through the Flipped Classroom: Transformation from the Bottom Up! Monday, 6/24/2013, 4:15pm–5:15pm, SACC 217BC
• Flipped Learning Best Practices Monday, 6/24/2013, 5:30pm–6:45pm, SACC 001A

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Who: Chris Dede, Harvard University

•Leading-Edge Initiatives in Mobile Learning: Lessons Learned and Next Steps Tuesday, 6/25/2013, 2:00pm–3:00pm, SACC 214CD

Who: Carolyn Foote, Eanes ISD

•iPads in Libraries: Lessons of Year 2 Tuesday, 6/25/2013, 10:30am–11:30am, SACC 217D

*Who: Wesley Fryer, Yukon Public Schools

•Changing Our Vocabulary as Technology Integration Coaches Tuesday, 6/25/2013, 1:00pm–3:00pm, SACC Tower View Lobby; Table 22
•iOS Mobile Storychasing Wednesday, 6/26/2013, 11:45am–12:45pm, SACC 007CD

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Who: Lisa Johnson, Eanes ISD

•The 360 iClassroom Perspective Tuesday, 6/25/2013, 10:00am–12:00pm, SACC Tower View Lobby; Table 24
•iPad, You Pad, We All Love the iPad Wednesday, 6/26/2013, 11:00am–1:00pm, SACC Tower View Lobby; Table 17
•iProductivity: Student Work Flow in the iClassroom Saturday, 6/22/2013, 12:30pm–3:30pm, SACC 006AB

Who: Chris Lehmann, Science Leadership Academy

•Technology Transforms Pedagogy: Combining the Tools and the Vision Monday, 6/24/2013, 12:45pm–1:45pm, SACC Ballroom C-3

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Who: Peggy Sheehy, Suffern Middle School

•Playing It SAFE: Modeling and Practicing Citizenship through Play Tuesday, 6/25/2013, 12:15pm–1:15pm, SACC 212
•Games for the Brave Beginner: Integrating Games into Your Instruction Wednesday, 6/26/2013, 11:45am–12:45pm, SACC 213

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Who: David Thornburg, Thornburg Center for Professional Development

•Technology and the New Standards: Introducing the Knights of Knowledge Wednesday, 6/26/2013, 11:00am–1:00pm, SACC Tower View Lobby; Table 19

Who: Joyce Valenza, Springfield Township

•Your School Library: Mobile, Flipped, and Curated Monday, 6/24/2013, 12:45pm–1:45pm, SACC 214CD

Who: Steve Young, Judson ISD

•Create Mobile iOS and Android Apps for Your School or District Monday, 6/24/2013, 8:00am–9:00am, SACC 007AB

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Who: Spotlight: Lessons from the Field—1:1 Computing in Action

2013 State Teachers of the Year share their tech rich classrooms where the 4 C’s are central to providing dynamic learning experiences for every student. Sponsored by Intel. Monday, 6/24/2013, 1:30-2:30pm




Many parents will find themselves in a debate about phones: can I have one? what sort should it be? how old is old enough? what should I dowith it? and more.

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