Learning2gether about iPadagogy live from ISTE Philadelphia

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On Sunday June 28 Vance was in Philadelphia with comely colleagues from work Dani Coelho, Nery Alvarado, and Ellen Dougherty, to give a pre-conference workshop called iPadagogy: A Bloomin’ Better Way to Teach, live from ISTE Philadelphia 2015

https://www.isteconference.org/2015/?id=94278056

Dani Coelho, Nery Alvarado, Vance Stevens, and  Ellen Dougherty

We announced the Learning2gether part this way:

A Portuguese, a Mexican, an American, and a Canadian turn up at a conference, and …

having traveled all the way from Al Ain UAE converge in Philadelphia to trot out their internationally acclaimed dog and pony show on iPadagogy: A Bloomin’ Better Way to Teach.  The hangout starts as the workshop begins (see ‘handout’ links below), and no telling what we’ll be doing or how long we’ll be able to sustain it, but we’ll try to convey some of  the flavor of ISTE 2015 in Philadelphia and as best we can we’ll try to bring you into the event if you wish to join us. We’ll see what happens! All are welcome.

Handouts:

Where? Google Hangout on Air

The first part of this event was recorded as a Hangout on Air (HoA). Vance had set up a laptop PC to manage the stream and was walking around the room with an iPad that was participating in the event and recording video and audio. The hub PC was muted and Vance was using earbuds on the iPad to prevent remote participants in the HoA from intruding on the live session (but they could interact with Vance and Vance could interact with them sotto voce but that interaction appears in the recording). Surprisingly the bandwidth held out and the experiment worked in concept, though the next stage will clearly need to address managing the handheld iPad camera movement. If you get dizzy the recording is worth listening to.

Captured text chat from the Hangout

  1. http://screencast.com/t/8fQyMVLX
  2. http://screencast.com/t/xHzdUtZ7N
  3. http://screencast.com/t/iXbiRs44ZpWG
  4. http://screencast.com/t/PadL0SxB
  5. http://screencast.com/t/cZPfj8jog6

Announcements

Earlier this week

Mon Jun 22 Learning2gether at a Russell Stannard GLOBINAR on Tools that Flip, Blend and Create Distance Learning Content

http://learning2gether.net/2015/06/22/russell-stannard-globinar-on-tools-that-flip-blend-and-create-distance-learning-content/

Wednesday, June 24th from 11am – 7:15pm EDT Future Ready Schools: 2015 School Leadership Summit

Each year TICAL holds an annual School Leadership Summit. This year’s Summit, on June 24th from 8:00-4:30 PDT, will focus on the pillars of the U.S. Department of Education’s Future Ready Pledge. The Pledge is a commitment by district leaders to work with educators, families, and community members to make all schools in their districts Future ReadyFuture Ready Schools: 2015 School Leadership Summit will be held online using Google Hangouts on Air. The event will be free for all to attend and to watch the recordings. You must register to watch the event live or to see the recordings. This is truly a collaborative event made possible by the leading organization and event partners. For more information and to register, please go tohttp://www.futureready.education.

Wed 24 June 1600 EDT edWeb – Are you ready for BYOD?

Wednesday, June 24th at 4pm edWeb Webinar: Are You Ready for BYOD?, Have you been thinking about BYOD (Bring Your Own Device)? Are you ready to learn more? In this webinar, Rachelle Wooten, Digital Learning Specialist at Fort Bend ISD, will provide a primer on BYOD, including digital tool recommendations, classroom management tips, lesson planning, and teaching tips. Rachelle facilitates the BYOD training in her district and has developed her own model: R.E.A.D.I.E.E to help teachers be Ready for BYOD. Whether you’re new or familiar with BYOD, get some helpful tips for your program during this live, interactive session. Rachelle will field questions from attendees after her presentation. Registration information here.

Thu 25 June 1600 EDT edWeb – Art of Procurement

Thursday, June 25th at 3pm edWeb Webinar: The Art of Procurement: Balancing Price versus Performance, Common Sense Education’s Essential Elements for 1:1 Learning is a monthly webinar series that details strategies and practical advice about 1:1 learning programs. Learn how to personalize these essential elements for your schools. The series is presented by Jeff Mao and Steve Garton, who lead the Maine Learning Technology Initiative program for a decade. Registration information here.

Fri June 26 1500 EDT Homeschooling

Friday, June 26th at 3pm Starting to Homeschool: The Teenage Years, How can a teen’s needs best be met by homeschooling? Let’s talk about unschooling and homeschooling high school, how to decide if college is right for you, and how to take on internships, apprenticeships, work, and travel. We will explore the many different ways teens and young adults can join the adult world and make their way into meaningful work with or without a college degree. We’ll explore the college admission process for homeschoolers and present resources for creating successful applications. We’ll also talk about Uncollege and DIY College, among other options that are available. Register to view here.

Sat Jun 27 Maria Colussa Hangout on Air presentation

http://mariacolussa.blogspot.com.ar/2015/06/aspi-practical-issues-santa-fe-27th.html

Global Education Day at ISTE 2015, June 28th

Join Lucy Gray, Steve Hargadon, VIF International Education and many members of the Global Education Conference community on Sunday, June 28th from 2-5 PM at the Philadelphia Convention Center (Room 103BC) for a special face-to-face meeting in which you can connect and collaborate with other globally-minded educators.