Bring Your Curriculum to Life With iPads in Action
Using iPads in Your Classroom
Join Us for a Hands-on Workshop
Focusing on Mobile Technology
Mike Leffin, Michael Nunn, and Tim Schofield, Facilitators
Discover the tips, tricks and best practices of using this iOS device to enhance any and every area of your curriculum, classroom, and student learning.
Coffee Break Description
iPads in the Classroom: LIVE
Tim will share what he has discovered along the way of managing over 300 iOS devices. Discover the tips, tricks and best practices of how to manage your iOS devices, image and sync apps easily, and how to introduce workflows to students to manage individual student work to and from an iOS device. Tim will also discuss the Apple Volume Voucher program, how to use it, who to ask for it, and how it can save your District lots of $$$.
iMovie on the iPad – How to Create, Transfer, and Share Projects
How does a teacher manage an iMovie project in the classroom? Learn how, as Mike and Michael walk us through this hands-on session. First, we will create a project with iMovie on the iPad, learning about the tips and traps of the app itself, including a demonstration of adding music from the GarageBand app. Then, we will transfer our finished projects to a central machine, just as we would in a classroom setting, while exploring the different transfer options. We will conclude by viewing a few of the finished projects, reflecting on the use of the iMovie app in a classroom setting, and sharing ideas on classroom implementation. Please bring your own iPad with iMovie installed ($4.99), or feel free to watch the presentation.
Saturday, October 15, 2011
9:00 AM to 12:00 noon
Mildred B. Janson School
8628 Marshall Street
Rosemead, CA 91770
Important Parking Note: Parking is down Bartlett Avenue, south of the school.
Who Should Attend?
Teachers and administrators who would love to make their classroom(s) an active learning environment–a place that is fun, yet addresses standards.
What to Bring?
This is a BYOD event (Bring Your Own Device). Bring your iPad. Have a friend who is willing to share with you? Great! We will have a limited number of iPads that can be borrowed for this event. Register early to reserve yours if you don't have your own iPad. Important Note: Please bring your own iPad with iMovie installed ($4.99), or feel free to watch the presentation.
Free for CUE members, a $5 donation for guests.
For non-members, your donation may be applied to the cost of a CUE membership if the application is made during the workshop. CUE Membership is $40. If you join SGVCUE on the Saturday you attend a Coffee Break, you attend the Coffee Break for free!
All who wish to participate will reserve their seat with their registration; Workshops are limited to 30 participants, so reserve your seat now. Registrations must be received at least 2 days prior to the event to secure your spot.
Did you miss the deadline? Contact Amy Rosado, Coffee Break, Chairperson by email to see if seats are still available.
Mike Leffin, currently working for the Los Angeles County Office of Education’s division of Instructional Technology Outreach, has always been active in the San Gabriel Valley. He began as a teacher in Baldwin Park and has been a presenter at the SGVCUE conferences for nearly a decade. As a coordinator of professional development and liaison for the districts in the San Gabriel Valley, he works to provide interesting and timely workshops that meet the needs of teachers.
Michael Nunn is currently with Instructional Technology Outreach and CTAP Region 11 of the Los Angeles County Office of Education, Michael Nunn has spent many years designing, coordinating, and delivering educational professional development. As an educator and musician, he quickly realized that technology could be viewed as a tool. Never to be seen as replacements for good teaching, analysis, and leadership, technology based tools can act as a means for gathering, displaying, and disseminating information in many useful ways. This realization continues and grows to this day as Michael focuses on creating tools that provide assistance to and for educators. Regularly conducting sessions centering on data, mobile technology, and multimedia applications, Michael continuously works to simplify the tasks that administrative and classroom audiences face.
Tim Scholefield has been a Network Administrator for the Rosemead School District for the past five years. He is a graduate of the Azusa Pacific University Educational Technology and Learning Masters program. Tim manages all of the informational and educational technology within the district, which includes over 300 iOS devices. He has recently addressed iPad/iPod device management at the LACOE iPad Best Practices Summit.
Ready to Register for the iPads in Action! Coffee Break?
You can register online for the Coffee Break by going to the Coffee Break Registration page. This is particularly important as there might be a need to contact you after school hours regarding the workshop. Once you have submitted your registration, we will contact you within 72 hours to let you know your registration has been received.
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