Today is the pre-conference workshop for the iPad Summit here in beautiful San Diego. I had the privilege of working with the esteemed Shawn McCusker. Working with advanced teachers, we were able to play with advanced creative techniques and really get to the heart of building creative and innovative lessons.
If you would like to see the agenda for the day, you can do so by clicking here. Because our classroom of teachers really wanted to delve deeply into the material at hand, we could only touch on a few of the topics we had planned to tackle.
Keeping with the EdTechTeacher model of hands on exploration and learning (see my article “Challenge Based, One-Screen, & T-21: The EdTechTeacher Approach to iPad PD“). This means that there is very little direct instruction – instead, the focus is on allowing teachers to explore, experiment, and create. It’s…
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