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Thursday, February 24 • 2:15pm - 3:30pm
From Consumption to Creation: using iOS devices to change student learning

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Often devices in the classroom are used for the consumption of information. This is important to student learning, however technology in the classroom can also allow students to be creative.
We will learn about the different apps and tricks that you can use with your students on iPads, to spark their creativity. Apps such as Garage band, Keynote, Clips and SeeSaw will be covered in this session. Participants will dive into how these apps work, different ways you can use them in the classroom and walk away with lesson ideas to implement right away in their practice. The Everyone Can Create guides from Apple will also be shared, as a resource for teachers to use.
Time to experiment with these apps and ask questions will be provided.

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Rachael Stone

Special Education Teacher & Tech Lead
Rachael Stone has been an educator since 2010, teaching in Ontario, Northern Manitoba and Alberta. She currently works at a First Nation School just northwest of Rocky Mountain House, where she is currently a Special Education Teacher and Technology Lead. She has a passion for educational... Read More →

Thursday February 24, 2022 2:15pm - 3:30pm MST
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