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April 1, 2014: Creating with iPads doesn't have to exclusively digital. In this webinar, we'll explore ways that students can combine digital tools with physical artifacts to create new multimedia projects.Time: 7:00pm EST/ 4:00pm PSTSpeakers: Carl Hooker (@mrhooker), Greg Kulowiec (@gregkulowiec), Samantha Morra (@sammorra), and Shawn McCusker (@shawnmccusker) Webinar Resources Chat Transcript

March 27, 2014: Whether your students have access to iPads, Chromebooks, laptops, or a computer lab, technology can empower even the youngest learners. In this webinar, we will explore a few tools and apps that nurture essential K-5 developmental and learning skills that you can use this springTime: 5:00pm EST/ 2:00pm PSTSpeakers: Suzy Brooks (@SimplySuzy), Brenda Doucette […]

March 20, 2014: In this webinar, Joe Dale will showcase some of the innovative ways language teachers are using iPads to create new opportunities for personalised collaborative learning in and out of the classroom. He will also discuss the rise of the MFL Twitterati, a group of language professionals in the UK who are dedicated […]

March 18, 2014: Rather than crafting and honing the perfect document to represent yourself. In the future, people will search you to see the types of artifacts, communications, and information you have added to the global community. We will talk about how you can start building your own "Google resume" as well as how you […]

March 11, 2014: Sometimes, the smallest of changes can have the largest impact on helping our students to connect to content, demonstrate their understanding, and become more independent in their learning. Come learn tools and strategies to support your students.Time: 5:00pm EST/ 2:00pm PSTSpeakers: Brenda Doucette (@doucetteb), Beth Holland (@brholland), and Samantha Morra (@sammorra) Webinar Resources Chat Transcript

This post, co-authored by Greg Kulowiec & Beth Holland, first appeared on Edudemic. Lately, when talking with teachers about bringing mobile devices into their classrooms, a common concern has surfaced - that connections to the physical world are being sacrificed by over-emphasizing the digital. These thoughtful educators have raised excellent questions about screen time, losing […]

This post first appeared on Edudemic. When adopting technology in the classroom, one of the key concerns for teachers and administrators is classroom management. I am often asked if there is a way to “lock down an iPad screen” or “ensure that students cannot go to inappropriate websites” (e.g. Social Media). In other words, how […]

Great session to wrap up #lfl2014 with Beth Holland [View the story "What Should an iPad Classroom look like? with Beth Holland" on Storify]

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