Redefining Curriculum with Open Educational Resources and Teacher-Created Content – Guest Post from Kenneth Frank

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This guest post from iPad Summit San Diego presenter, Kenneth Frank (@MrFrankKMHS), first appeared on EdTechResearcher. Like most teachers in 1:1 environments, my use of technology has evolved from direct challenges posed by my students, administrators, and fellow faculty.  I didn’t set out to author a single textbook, let alone find myself coordinating the creation […]

Challenge-Based, One-Screen, & T21: The EdTechTeacher Approach to iPad PD with Tom Daccord by Kate Wilson

Tom Daccord (@thomasdaccord) is the co-founder and CEO of EdTechTeacher. The presentation materials for his talk can be found here. In this last afternoon of the San Diego iPad Summit, Tom is going to outline what makes EdTechTeacher work as a professional development (PD) provider. As the newest member of the EdTechTeacher team, I have […]

Drawp for School: Unleashing Students’ Creativity – from Jen Carey

This post first appeared on Jen’s blog. The next session I’m attending is given by alumna of my institution, Ransom Everglades School, Ana Albir. She is presenting on the iPad Application, Drawp (Free). Drawp for School is an app that has been in development for seven months and drawn out of the previous app, Drawp for Families ($4.99). Drawp Sharing Screen Shot […]