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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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Thursday, November 13 • 2:15pm - 3:15pm
'A Novel Approach to Enculturation of our 'Digital Natives''

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Enculturation is the process by which an individual learns the traditional content of a culture and assimilates its practices and values. At PDS we have embarked on creating a culture of positive digital citizenship by developing common language and practices for all grades. This approach required us to step away from the traditional Appropriate Use Policy to move to Appropriate Use Guidelines that encourage dialogue between community members. Come join us to learn more about this approach and share your own stories. 

Speakers
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Matt Scully

Director of Technology, Providence Day School
Director of Technology focused on building the best possible learning environments with interests including designing instructional spaces, digital citizenship, motivation, and balance between rigor and quality instruction.
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Derrick Willard

Asst. Head of School for Academic Affairs, Providence Day School
Derrick Willard is a currently the Assistant Head of School for Academic Affairs at Providence Day School in Charlotte, NC.  Derrick presented at the first two EdTechTeacher iPad Summits.  He has been integrating social media applications as instructional tools for the last five years, as well as piloting classes employing iPad tablets for the last three years.  Derrick writes about his projects here: http://pdsblogs.org/derrickwillardblog/


Thursday November 13, 2014 2:15pm - 3:15pm
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  • Target Audience Middle School Educators, High School Educators, School, District, or College/University Administrators

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