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Wednesday, October 24
 

10:15am

'Publish' A Book: Create An eBook And Learn Ways They Can Be Used In A Classroom

eBooks can be a wonderful resource for your classroom, even better if you or your students are the authors. Come learn how eBooks can enhance your teaching and excite your students. In this workshop learn about several tools to create eBooks, including Apple's iBooks Author and Pages software.


Speakers
KC

Karen Cavanagh

Technology Integration Specialist, Acton Public Schools
   


Wednesday October 24, 2012 10:15am - 12:25pm
Red Level 77 West Side Putnam Investments Clubhouse

10:15am

APPsolutely Accommodating!

Discover how iPod Touches, iPhones, iPads, and the App Store are changing the world of special education. Examine the built-in accessibility features and view a large collection of apps to help students of all abilities communicate ideas, create content, access curriculum, organize info, and track data.


Speakers

Wednesday October 24, 2012 10:15am - 12:25pm
Red Level 75 West Side Putnam Investments Clubhouse

10:15am

Creating and Utilizing Google Sites to Engage, Empower and Educate Learners

Utilize a 21st century learning design template and create a Google Site "kit" to guide multidisciplinary, responsive, differentiated project base learning and ePortfolios for your students. Bring your Gmail address, computer and materials related to a unit you want to create or revise for greater student engagement, independence and result.


Speakers
avatar for Maureen Devlin

Maureen Devlin

5th Grade Teacher, Wayland Public Schools
Fifth Grade Teacher at Happy Hollow School in Wayland, MA. Interested in math education, CCSS, learning design, STEAM, brain-friendly education, family, travel, and adventure.


Wednesday October 24, 2012 10:15am - 12:25pm
Red Level 76 West Side West Side

10:15am

Free STEM Resources from the Concord Consortium

Learn to use hundreds of free activities developed by the Concord Consortium for grades 3-14 that integrate probes and models, including the award-winning Molecular Workbench. The Concord Consortium (www.concord.org) is a nonprofit R&D organization in Concord, MA, dedicated to transforming education through technology. Since 1994, we have been building deeply digital tools and learning activities that capture the power of curiosity and create revolutionary new approaches to science, math and engineering education. Our scientifically accurate virtual labs and hands-on digital tools make the invisible visible and explorable in a way that brings out the inner scientist in everyone.



Wednesday October 24, 2012 10:15am - 12:25pm
Red Level 73 West Side Putnam Investments Clubhouse
  • Academic Strand STEM
  • Audience All
  • Room Capacity 50

2:00pm

Creating Custom Content

Elementary students often need structure when working with technology. In this hands-on workshop, we will explore how teachers can create their own digital worksheets, workbooks, and templates with productivity tools in order to guide younger students through Internet-based projects, scaffold skills, introduce concepts, and differentiate instruction.


Speakers
avatar for Beth Holland

Beth Holland

Instructor, EdTechTeacher
EdTechTeacher Instructor, Edutopia and EdTech Researcher Blogger, TEDx Presenter, Google for Education Certified Trainer, and doctoral student at Johns Hopkins University, Beth leverages her experience with professional development, technology integration, and differentiated instruction... Read More →


Wednesday October 24, 2012 2:00pm - 4:10pm
Red Level 75 West Side Putnam Investments Clubhouse