Do the Ed Tech Hokey Pokey: Put Your Whole Self In
[Listen and Learn : Lecture]
Tuesday, June 30, 2:15–3:15 pm
PCC Ballroom A
Put your “whole self in” and “turn yourself around” by providing pedagogically sound lessons that embed emerging technologies meaningfully and allowing for the unintended and spontaneous uses of the devices and the powerful applications that are here today and coming tomorrow!
Evaluate this session
||Participant devices useful
||Laptop, Chromebook, Tablet, Smartphone
||Mac, Android, Chrome OS, iOS, Windows
||May use collaborative online tools during the session, so nothing needs to be installed.
||Administrators : Digital-Age Learning Culture
Coaches : Digital-Age Learning Environments
Teachers : Design and Develop Digital-Age Learning Experiences and Assessments
Purpose & objective
Participants will understand about upcoming trends and how to plan for them to support teaching and learning
Participants will be able to practice with some of the newest technologies on their own
Participants will become knowledgeable of the places to find out new and upcoming trends in the educational technology arena
Intro and brief history (10 minutes)
What is here now (20 minutes)
Upcoming trends to learn about (20 minutes)
Resources and ideas (10 minutes)
Participants will be utilizing a backchannel to collaborate or watching the use of the new technologies via their own device.
Kathy Schrock, kackl!
Kathy Schrock has been a district technology director, an instructional technology specialist, and a middle school, academic, museum, and a public library librarian. She is currently an online graduate-level professor and an independent educational technologist.
She has been involved with educational technology since the early 1990's, and is an Adobe Education Leader, a Google Certified Teacher, and a Discovery Education STAR and Guru.
Kathy writes, speaks, blogs, tweets, and conducts workshops, presentations, and keynotes both nationally and internationally. She is known for her practical presentations dealing with pedagogically-sound practices for the embedding of technology into teaching and learning.