The iPad is an amazing tool to sponsor student creativity and reflection. It is also a perfect tool to use for differentiating learning in your classroom.
The focus of this pre-conference is to consider how using a variety of apps, and workflows, can help differentiate learning outcomes for students of varying abilities and interests in your classroom, or across grade levels. We will work on a number of specific projects, and consider how each could be adapted to a variety of students in your classroom.
There will be time to during the session to experiment with a number of different apps, and produce your own projects aimed at documenting and reflecting on, your own learning in a number of different ways.
No prior experience is necessary for this pre-conference.
Shaun Kirkwood works as an Elementary EdTech Coach at Singapore American School. He helps grade level teams to develop activities and workflows using iPads and other technology. Shaun is an Apple Distinguished Educator, and a Google Certified Teacher, and loves to share his ideas for technology integration. He was a Civil Engineer in a past life, and is a keen traveler and photographer, and has presented at a variety of conferences throughout Asia, including Learning 2.013 in Singapore last year. He is passionate about working in Educational Technology and is always happy to share his thoughts and ideas for the classroom and beyond.