Teacher Led Workshops

Jan 21, 2013
Notes, handouts and resources for the Teacher Led Technology Workshops 
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Using Mobile devices in your classroom - Explore various apps on both iPodTouch and iPads that can be used in your classroom.  Work with teachers who have used these tools to help you plan for your first (or next) activity with these mobile devices. If you have a laptop please bring it as well as any mobile devices you own. Both the iPad and iPod lab will be ready for us. 
by Angela Price

Classroom Website Workshop - A hands-on workshop to help you improve how you use your website to communicate with students and community.  Spend time working side-by-side with your colleagues, learning what others have found to be successful and getting that much needed TIME to make those improvements you’ve been meaning to get to.
by Wade VanNess & Amanda Anderson

Video Conferencing 101 -  From Video Conferencing to Skype and now Google+, the 21st century holds unprecedented opportunities to bring professionals into your classroom.  Learn the basics of setting up, and connecting our mobile VC equipment, as well as connecting via the internet.  Follow that up by learning how to discover new and exciting content appropriate to your particular class - from Industrial Arts and PE to World history and Foreign Language and then actually schedule an event for before years end.
by Heather Dunn

Google Tools - Still feeling a bit rusty on using your Teameureka gmail, calendar & drive/docs in both for your professional organization and student collaboration.  Spend this session reviewing some of the basics, as well as digging a little deeper into the possibilities for creating a more collaborative, paperless environment.
by Rob Reynolds

Student Response “Clickers- Learn how to set-up software and create quizzes for CPS system clickers.  You can make pre-created quizzes and test, or conduct ‘on-the-fly’ quizzes
by Shelly Shay/Rob Reynolds
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