Students deserve the opportunity to engage in their learning and enjoy the process of learning. Sometimes it can be challenging, and trial and error often occurs, but that’s how learning happens.
My school district has been fortunate to bring the iPad into our classrooms as the primary device for their instruction. The change has offered limitless opportunities where students can create by drawing, video, and audio using the iWork Apple tools (i.e., Keynote, Pages, and Numbers). Tonight’s session will showcase five quick tips or strategies anyone with an iPad.
Measurement: Science teachers look out! Today’s session will have a middle school science teacher showcasing how he utilized the iPad to measure the distance of an asteroid from space. The simple process is one students and teachers can easily learn to make learning come to life.
Music Helps the Heart: Using music in the classroom challenges students to think in a different manner and GarageBand on the iPad is the way to go. Jump in with a music teacher who utilizes GarageBand to support his classroom instruction and aligns it to classroom content in reading.
Collaboration: Numbers is commonly thought of as another type of Excel. Yes, it does some spreadsheet concepts, but it does so much more. Learn about how one elementary teacher shares Numbers as a collaborative document.
Accessibility: Ensuring every student gets to access their devices and curriculum is paramount to them being successful in school. Tonight’s session will show few quick tips that showcase how to support students in the classroom.
Keynote: Make your presentation come alive with animation. Keynote allows documents to be turned into GIF files and movies. Come join one of our technology coaches who will showcase these Keynote features.
MSET’s Speed Tech Event will kickoff tonight at 8PM via Zoom Webinar. Sign-up for the event today using this Registration Link