The Premier Teaching With the iPad Conference is Accepting Presentation Proposals Through June 30th
Are you an iPad-empowered teacher? Are you excited about the ability the iPad has to engage students and ultimately play a role in improving learning outcomes? Come and share your experience and your passion with us at the Teaching and Learning with the iPad Conference! EmergingEdTech is delighted to team up with the Franklin Academy again this year to offer the Teaching & Learning with the iPad Conference, November 20 – 22, 2014 in Raleigh, North Carolina. This will be the third year for this, the first all-iPad education conference in the nation. Last year’s conference was attended by close to 200 participants from 9 states and Canada! We hope you will come join us, and encourage you to consider presenting.
There are dozens of session slots available and we welcome proposals for all grade levels and curriculum areas, as well as for IT management. This year’s conference will be organized around Session Themes. Please give the conference themes below a look over before you submit your presentation proposal.
Each of the themes listed here are intended to be general categories that the majority of the information covered would be related to in the presentation. All submissions must choose one main theme for their presentation.
- Assessment: The iPad used as a tool to assess student performance in a variety of ways to include formative, summative, objective, and subjective elements.
- Teaching & Learning standards: The iPad used as a tool for connecting learning to a variety of state and national standards.
- Content Creation: The iPad used as a tool in the hands of teachers and students to create documents, media rich content, interactive products and support classroom workflow.
- Instructional Strategies: The iPad used with specific instructional strategies that produce quality results in student learning.
- Device Management: Strategies and techniques for managing the iPad in 1:1, classroom sets, and cart configurations.
Sessions will be either 45 minutes or 60 minutes in length. The conference schedule is available here. Proposal Submission is open through June 30, 2014. All presenters will be notified of the status of their proposal by July 31, 2014.
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