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Originally posted on The Tech Rabbi:
If this event becomes a meeting about how we got rid of power cords, extended battery life, and solved workflow challenges with some neat app, then we fail. The iPad summit is not about…
Earlier this week, I had the esteemed pleasure of presenting at the iPad Summit in San Diego, hosted by EdTechTeacher. In addition to live blogging the event, you can see my posts here, I presented on my administrative project “Retroactively … Continue reading
The next session I’m attending is given by an 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 … Continue reading
The next talk I’m attending is the “DIY Genius Bar: Embracing Student Leadership” by Sara Chai, Alicia Johal, and Marielle Venturino. I have seen some versions of student help desks in action and am always excited about the potential of … Continue reading
The first session of day two that I am attending is “Student Digital Portfolios: Redefining Assessment with iPads and Google Apps” by Holly Clark. You can view the slides from her presentation here. Holly highlights the fact that we have … Continue reading
The last session of the day (after presenting at my own) is “iPads in the 21st Century Classroom: It’s NOT About the Apps!” with Stephanie Harman. You can see her presentation material here. Stephanie shares her iPad evolution experience. Her … Continue reading