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Inspiration for the New Year: Picks from our PD Calendar
posted by: Ruthie | December 18, 2013, 04:35 PM   


January, 8, 2014, 7 pm ET;
Webinar, Cool Google Tools for the BYOD Classroom; Google offers a variety of applications that allow students to create and collaborate. In this fun, interactive webinar, you’ll find out how to use Google tools to orchestrate some quick, easy and cool collaborative activities for your students that require creativity and higher-level thinking. Bring your laptop, cell phone or tablet so you can take part in the interactive demos! ISTE ($49)

January 9, 2014, 4 pm ET;
Webinar, The New PBL...Merging Mobile with the MakerEd Movement; Susan Wells, educator and Current President of ISTE SIG Mobile Learning, will present how synthesizing the tools of Mobile Ed and Maker Ed brings fun and high engagement to the classroom. EdWeb (Free)

January 11, 2014;
Sacramento, CA, EdCamp Sacramento; This free unconference is open to any/all educators. If you work with students and/or are involved in the field of education in any way, we want you to attend. We look forward to having you join us for this awesome day of collaboration and inspiration! (Free)

January 28, 2014, 4 pm ET;
Webinar, Inquiry Learning Big6-Style: It All Starts with Asking Great Questions! Research shows that while good inquiry learning starts with asking good questions, most students find this very difficult to do.  Mike Eisenberg and Bob Berkowitz will focus on strategies for improving students' question-formulation and other task definition skills for effective inquiry learning as well as success in any kind of learning approach or assignment. EdWeb (Free)

February 2 – 5, 2014;
San Diego, CA, San Diego iPad Summit; In February, we will be hosting our first iPad Summit on the West Coast! Come join us for another three-day event full of workshops, keynotes, and presentations dedicated to transforming learning environments with iPad; EdTechTeacher ($525)

 

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