OC Day 2


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Theme - Using Mobile Devices in Your Classroom


Tally Burkhart Room 3Using Multimedia in Your ClassroomThis session will cover using Picasa to share and edit photos, using You Tube.Edu and the video editor, WeVideo for Google Drive, and other Web 2.0 resources for photo video editing and sharing or presentations, including Flickr, Google Plus, and EdCanvas
Alice Chen Room 4 Appy Daze with Alice Learn how to use iOS apps for student engagement. Some apps covered will include Zoodle Comics, Haiku Deck, PhotoStory, StoryKit, Puppet Pals, SnapGuide, Nearpod, and Socrative. Examples will be shared and participants will have an opportunity to not just play with these apps, but also brainstorm creative uses of these apps together. By the end of the session, you will walk away with more ideas than if you just downloaded these apps yourself. Bring earbuds/headsets with a mic to this session if you want to record voiceovers.
Joe Donahue Room 7Movie Studio at Your FingertipsFor $4.99 you can have a movie studio at your fingertips! And on the iPad, it really is at your fingertips. Starting from scratch, you’ll learn iMovie interface, how to add video, pictures, music, edit, and more. You’ll have Ken Burns calling you for advice! You’ll have time to make your own short movie or trailer and learn how you can use iMovie with your students to present curriculum or bring project-based learning to a whole new level!
JR Ginex-Orinion Room 6 Virtual Whiteboards on iPads Use virtual whiteboards on iPads to create learning objects, assess learning and comprehension, and develop student and teacher screencasts with ShowMe, Educreations, or ScreenChomp. Learn how to share them easily and effectively for your students to view and learn any time of the day. Flip teaching on its head and find out how to create content quickly and manage it easily!
Lisa Nowakowski Room 2 Apps for Learning There are so many Apps out there; it's hard to know what will work for you. In this session you will look at several apps including; Side by Side, Skitch, Popplet Lite, Lego Movie Maker, Wordpress, and more. You will also see how these Apps can easily fit into your classroom lessons. The focus will be K-5, but easily adapts to all grades.
Chris Scott Room 5 BYOD Bring Your Own Design In this session you will curate learning tools to leverage the use of the student devices. Pick from your resource of choice as you begin making and collaborating on learning resources such as iTunes, Gooru, CK-12, MOOCs and more.