June 14, 2014

Weekly Resources for the Beginning of Summer

What a week! Our team traveled from Atlanta to Toronto and led 16 different workshops! Shawn McCusker and Beth Holland kicked off our Summer Workshop Series in Atlanta with The iPad Classroom, The Advanced iPad Classroom, and Teaching Technology in the Elementary Classroom.  We still have space in a number of our other workshops, so check out the Course Catalog and come join us! Team members worked with schools in New York, New Jersey, Atlanta, Chicago, and Toronto, and even started another Full Year T21 program in Massachusetts.

ETT Summit Update

We have updated our sessions page to include all sessions from keynotes and featured presentations, to EdTechTeacher sessions and the NEW presenter showcase.

If you are looking for an incredible hands-on opportunity, we still have space in a number of our Pre-Conference workshops.

  • Advanced Topics in iPad Integration with Shawn McCusker
  • Google Apps Integration & Advanced Workflow Scenarios for Middle and High School with Tom Daccord and Samantha Morra
  • Using Google Apps to Redefine the Elementary Classroom with Holly Clark
  • Day of Code with Douglas Kiang
  • Creativity & Curation with iPads in the Middle and High School Classroom with Patrick Larkin
  • Leading towards Learning Futures: School Leadership and Technology Integration with Justin Reich
  • Creating Learning Centers in the Elementary Classroom with Beth Holland

Summer Workshop Agendas

We publish all our Summer Workshop resources under the Creative Commons license. These sites are full of great resources and we are happy to share.

These sessions – and more – will be repeated in other cities this summer, and we still have space available. Find dates and locations on our Master Schedule.

Articles from the EdTechTeacher Team and Guest Bloggers

Just in case you missed some of our more recent posts, here they are!

Other Great Resources

We also have tons of helpful tutorials and articles on our new website.

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