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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

NOTE : PRESENTATION MATERIALS ARE LINKED FROM INDIVDUAL SESSIONS
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Friday, November 14 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
'PBL + iPad = Limitless Possibilities'

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As the educators enter, a video that compiles many of St. John’s PBLs will be looping. My opening statement will include a quick poll to see if the participants need more PBL information or if we can concentrate on the iPad’s role.
I’ve collected videos, photographs and other artifacts from nine different elementary PBL projects. As we discuss the different stages of planning and executing a PBL, we’ll look at slides & videos that exemplify that particular stage. These examples represent 17 different apps and iPad functions. There’s a lot of smashing going on! Teachers will walk away with a link that gives them a host of resources. These resources include a copy of the nine PBL lesson plans on the BIE lesson plan form. A copy of the Keynote presentation and other BIE resources are also included.
Participants will be encouraged to share their experiences with & resources for different PBLs. 

Speakers
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Debbie Carona

Technology Integration, St. John's Episcopal School
For the past 10 years, Debbie Carona has been a Technology Integration Specialist at St. John’s Episcopal School in Dallas, Texas. During her time at St. John’s, she began her training in project based learning. After completing her initial training with the Buck Institute for Education, she went to the PBL World Conference to pursue additional training. She has presented at a number of professional conferences, including EdTechTeacher and... Read More →


Friday November 14, 2014 1:00pm - 2:00pm
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  • Target Audience Elementary School Educators, Instructional Technology Specialists, Curriculum Designers

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