Integrating iPads into the Curriculum

– an ACEC2012 Pre Conference Workshop with Dr Jenny Lane

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Tickets are now available for Integrating iPads into the Curriculum – an ACEC2012 Pre Conference Workshop, a half day workshop on the afternoon of Tuesday the 2nd of October, at Wesley College.

The presenter is Dr Jenny Lane.

The ticket includes:

  • The workshop
  • Afternoon tea
  • Access to the

Opening Keynote Address
Twenty : 20 Challenge
Welcome Reception

This workshop will begin at 12.30pm and conclude at 3.15 pm.

Please note that tickets to Pre Conference Workshops are available to all interested educators.

Afternoon tea will be provided for all participants, and, for those book both the morning and afternoon workshops, a ‘working lunch’ will also be provided.

Integrating iPads into the Curriculum

This workshop is designed for those who have mastered the basics and would like to explore, and use the iPad to redesign classroom activities.

Participants should come with a unit of work that they would like to redesign using the SAMR model.

Please indicate when you book your ticket if you will be bringing your own iPad and we will advise you what apps you need to load.

Participants will be provided with a set of resources generated from the TPACK iPads in Schools Project.

We will look at:

· Using Ipads to support the Australian National Curriculum

· Redesigning classroom activities according to the SAMR model

· Designing challenged based learning activities using iPads

· Creating augmented reality simulations on an iPad

· Creating teacher made resources for example an epub / ibook

Please note that because the hands-on activities involved are such an important part of this workshop, the size of the group will be strictly limited.
12.15 pm Check in at the ACEC2012 Registration Desk

12.30 pm Workshop begins

3.15 pm Workshop ends

Cost: $35.00

NB: ACEC2012 Pre Conference Workshops will take place subject to the minimum number of participants being reached.

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