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Using Technology in the Classroom
The United Federation of Teachers’ Career and Technical Education Department, working in collaboration with Apple Computers, is hosting a series of workshops that offer an in-depth exploration of how educators can use iPads to aid classroom instruction.
The workshops are geared to teachers, library media specialists, administrators, technology coordinators and other school staff.
This year, we will be offering five sessions; each will focus on a specific theme. All conferences will be held at 52 Broadway, Shanker Hall B from 5—7 p.m. Doors open at 4:30 p.m. for refreshments.
Click on the date and title to register.
November 12, 2013 — Literacy
Join us for an evening investigating literacy resources on the iPad, including how to bridging the gap between iPad and Mac using the all new iBooks. There will be a special guest presentation from a school that has created an iBook using multimedia/video content.
January 14, 2014 — ESL/ELL
Join us for an evening of discovery on how schools are using Apple technology to meet the needs of their ESL/ELL populations. The workshop will explore how to enhance literacy and learning by connecting multiple senses through the use of iBooks — read it, hear it, touch it, define it, and interact with it.
March 27, 2014 — Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM)
See how schools are taking a modern approach to science, technology, engineering and math through active student-centered learning experiences. Learn from a school that is actively engaged in authentic scientific inquiry, applied math concepts and software engineering to develop apps aligned to the needs of its school community.
May 20, 2014 — Accessibility
Investigate the holistic approach that Apple takes to providing accessibility to all users on all platforms. Follow along as we showcase the included features that create this diverse learning environment and meet the personalized learning needs of all students.