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Registration is Open for the 2014 Teaching and Learning with the iPad Conference!


The 3rd Annual all-iPad Conference is Coming! Looking forward to seeing YOU November 20-22nd in Raleigh, North Carolina.

The teaching & Learning with the iPad Conference 2014 is the first and only all-iPad conference in the nation! With 3-hour workshops, keynote addresses, concurrent sessions, and a student showcase, there will be many options for the participants to take advantage of to learn more about the iPad in teaching & Learning. Kathy Schrock, world-renowned technology leader, will kick off the two days of concurrent sessions with her Keynote address.

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Workshop sessions include topics to help both beginners and those already using the iPad the opportunity to learn strategies and tools valuable towards achieve great results with their students. Concurrent sessions will feature topics connected to specific grade levels, content areas, applications, and management of the devices. Attendees will come away with valuable information to enhance their own skills with the iPad as well as new resources to facilitate use of the device in the learning environment. Many of the topics, tips, and techniques covered at the conference can be leveraged by educators at any grade level, from K through 16+.

Come With Ideas …. Leave With a Plan!

With the recent deployment of iPads on scales both large and small around the world, this conference is designed to help administrators leading the change, teachers instructing with the device, and IT persons supporting the success of the model.  Presentations are led by practitioners who have first-hand experience with the iPad in teaching and learning bringing relevance and authority to the topics covered.

Hear from student users who have benefited from the iPad in their education experience at the student showcase.  Learn the best strategies for managing iPads in a classroom, across the school, or within an entire district from experienced administrators and IT professionals.  Come away with a revived sense of confidence in the potential of the iPad in teaching and learning to promote an improved education experience.

Want to participate and learn more?  Explore the conference website for all the latest information!  www.tlipad.com


Past participants have gained much from their experience and met our expectation that they, “Come with Ideas…Leave with a Plan”. Here's just a few of the comments submitted on the last post-conference survey:

“The Teaching and Learning with iPads conference is outstanding! The presenters are so knowledgeable about the apps they share and ways to integrate them into the classroom.  It was amazing to see how one school is embracing technology to increase student performance and engagement.  I look forward to attending again this year!”

Jennifer Jones – Instructional Designer; Wake Tech Community College

“All the sessions were great! I was able to take something from each of them!” – 2013 Conference Attendee

“I really liked learning about the different apps. I got a good bucket list from a variety of sessions.” – 2013 Conference Attendee

Presentation Proposals

Are you getting great results from the use of the iPad in education?  Call to Present at the 2014 Teaching & Learning with the iPad Conference is open!  http://www.tlipad.com/call-to-present.html.

See you in Raleigh in November!

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