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Todays Workshop: February 1, 2013

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Morning Sessions


Using Google Tools to support the Common Core

common core google tools

Google Tools offers much more than a search engine to help students become college and career ready.  This session will feature advanced Search and other Google tools to help students communicate, comprehend, critique, process content, work with complex text and more.  (Participants without Google Accounts should create a Google username and password ahead of time) (K-8)




Digital Storytelling with Mobile Devices

digital storytelling
Learn to use iPads or mobile tools in kids' pockets  
(i.e. cell phones, iPod touches, Smart phones) to increase student learning of new literacies through digital storytelling.  Bring your mobile device and the ability to download free or low cost apps and come prepared to learn and practice the skills of creating, collaborating, and communicating. (4-8)


Create and Innovate with iPads®


Imagine Invent Innovate

The Creative process,  The Design process,  The Engineering process,  The Writing Process lead us through the process of imagining, inventing, and innovating.  Combining STEM education with today’s technology gives us the tools we need to help students understand and master these related cycles of learning. (Session will feature apps available on personal computers and mobile devices. (4-8)



Afternoon Sessions




Imagine, Invent, and Innovate:
Combining STEM education with today’s technology

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The Creative process,  The Design process,  The Engineering process,  The Writing Process lead us through the process of imagining, inventing, and innovating.  Combining STEM education with today’s technology gives us the tools we need to help students understand and master these related cycles of learning. (Session will feature apps available on personal computers and mobile devices) (K-8)


Collaborative tools for the 21st century and beyond


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Online collaborative tools can create an environment that promotes the learning and practice of key survival skills needed in today’s world:  Collaboration, Communication, Complex Thinking.  Come learn about  tools that are accessible to the classroom and how to use them effectively to promote student learning. (K-8)
About Lucie

Lucie deLaBruere has over 30 years of experience with using technology for teaching and learning.  Her experience ranges from podcasting with kindergarten students to professional development offerings for graduate credit.   

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