We’re running a workshop for teachers and school leaders in Adelaide in late November, and based on feedback from previous events, I can recommend it as a great way to get up to speed with ideas for how the technology already in your classroom can help boost teaching and learning (plus there’ll be new ideas with new technology too!).
Not in Adelaide? There will be others around the country, so I’ll keep my eyes open for the list as it’s published.
Workshop the latest technologies for learning
Students learning on their own smartphones and tablets and in the cloud. Schools managing their own data and technology platforms. With so much changing in your school, deciding what’s right for your students takes careful consideration.
Talk through the issues and explore new technologies in this practical hands-on workshop, guided by experienced educationalist and Microsoft Education Master Trainer Pip Cleaves.
She’ll help you wrap your head around new thinking using Microsoft technologies in your classroom, with proven approaches and the latest devices. Workshops are complimentary and devices are provided so you can experience Windows 8 and Office 365 in action
You’ll get the chance to meet Microsoft’s latest tablet: the Surface Pro 3 and see how you can use it to fire up new learning experiences at your school.
|8:30am||Register and get your device
(Good news: It’s a hands-on workshop. Bad news: you only get to borrow the device for the workshop, not take it away )
|9:00 – 9:45||Why does technology matter and why should your school care?|
|9:45 – 10:45||Hands-on: Windows 8 devices|
|10:45 – 11:00||Morning tea|
|11:00 – 12:00pm||Collaboration, creation and problem solving using Office 365|
|12:00 – 12:30||Lunch|
|12:30 – 1:45||Hands-on: Office 365|
|1:45 – 2:00||Preview: Microsoft Surface Pro 3|
|2:00 – 2:30pm||Q&A, next steps|
About the facilitator
Pip Cleaves is well known to many in NSW Department of Education & Communities for her work as a teacher and professional learning consultant in the Hunter Central Coast Region and State Offices for both the Digital Education Revolution 1-to-1 Laptop program and the Connected Classrooms Program. She is also a Microsoft Peer Coach Master Trainer, Adobe Education Leader and Microsoft 21st Century Learning Design Master Facilitator. Through her company Design | Learn | Empower, Pip continues her journey to support schools, teachers and students to integrate 21st century skills and technology into their learning.
Date and venue
Tuesday 25 November: Education Development Centre, Milner Street, Hindmarsh