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Join us in Boston November 13-14th, 2015 for our annual iPad Summit. Registration and more details at ettipad.org/Boston

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Friday, November 14 • 10:45am - 11:45am
'Keeping It All Together - How Skaffl Keeps Students Organized and Learning in the 1:1 iPad Classroom' i-Lab FULL

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If you are a 1:1 iPad teacher looking for fun new ways to use creative apps we have the session for you. In this workshop session we’ll play with some great apps that you may have overlooked, and learn together how to app-smash to unleash your student’s creativity. No matter what grade or subject you teach you will find something new that you can take back to the classroom with you next week. Bring your iPad and a list of your favorite apps for this hands on learning experience.

This session will also show you how to master the workflow on an iPad, something that can be one of the most challenging aspects of using iPads in the classroom. I’ll show you how with Skaffl you can not just have students turn in their great work for assessment, but keep them organized and learning from what they have created.

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Rita Chesterton

Rita is a former teacher and technology specialist at a 1:1 iPad district with over 5 years experience providing technology focused PD to educators in grades K-12. She helped to organize EdCamp NYC and EdCamp Lehigh Valley. In 2014, she left the classroom to go full time with the company she co-founded, Skaffl. Skaffl develops an app for the iPad classroom that saves teachers time and keeps students organize by simplifying workflow.


Friday November 14, 2014 10:45am - 11:45am
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