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Wednesday, November 7 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Keynote: Creating in an iPad Classroom

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Originally marketed as a single-user, consumption device, when placed in the hands of students with a few select applications, the iPad unlocks a world of potential for students to create original content.  However, it isn't just the final product that transforms the experience in the classroom,  it is often the unintended outcomes that truly transform the process and experience for students.  The very nature of using iPads changes the dynamic and culture of the classroom.  When combining the mobility, flexibility and intuitive nature of these devices, the classroom can be transformed into a open learning environment. The transformation of the classroom is not a product of the act of using the iPad, but rather of the process of using the iPad. This process fosters student creation, reveals opportunities for students, and opens up a path toward fundamentally transforming the dynamic of the classroom.

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Greg Kulowiec

Instructor & Google for Education Certified Trainer, EdTechTeacher
An early adopter of mobile devices, Greg first integrated cell phones, and then iPads, into his high school history curricula. As an EdTechTeacher instructor, he works with schools across the country, presents at national conferences, and blogs regularly about the creative capabilities afforded by mobile devices. He officially coined the phrase "App Smashing," is an authorized Google Education Trainer, and attended St. Anselm college in... Read More →

Wednesday November 7, 2012 1:00pm - 2:00pm

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