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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 • 9:30am - 10:30am
'Analog to Digital: How to SAMR-rize Your Classrooms'

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Learn how to take great analog lessons and "SAMR-ize” them through the use of various apps and tools. Seminar includes a general overview of the SAMR Model, as well as activities to assist teachers to identify where assignments fit on the model. Examples of lessons in ELA, Math, Social Studies, and Science will be shared, as well as utilizing tools on how to align Common Core Standards and 21st Century Learning Learning Skills to "SAMR-ized” lessons. Please have devices with QR code readers and web access when attending.

Speakers
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Susan David

LAUSD
Susan taught Mathematics for 8 years and was the AVID coordinator, a lead TGDC coach, and a cooperating teacher. Her love for teaching Mathematics blossomed with an undergraduate in Mathematics, Master's in Administrative Leadership, and now she is a doctoral candidate in Educational Leadership at USC. She craves knowledge, technology in the classroom, and is a lifelong learner!
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Dawn Thuong Ha

Virtual Learning Complex Facilitator, LAUSD
Dawn taught second and third grade for 12 years before becoming a Virtual Learning Complex Facilitator. As a Mainstream English Language Development Fellow with a background in Physics, Dawn deeply believes that education should be integrated and driven by exploration of big questions.
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Allison Jonas

Accomplished and results driven education professional with more than thirteen years teaching experience and a commitment to student growth, development, and academic success. Thirteen years of expertise in implementing differentiated instruction in the classroom, and extensive work teaching at-risk students as well as students with behavior disorders, gifted, English Language Learners, and students with disabilities.
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Lance Wren

Instructional Technology Facilitator, LAUSD
Eleven years of classroom teaching experience. Lead technology teacher, mentor, and coach. Two years as a TOSA. Designed and facilitated numerous tech-based professional developments. Currently, Instructional Technology Facilitator for 1:1 device implementation and management of four schools in the district, totaling over 4500 devices. MS in Ed Technology, December 2014. | | If we are not learning from our students, especially in... Read More →


Thursday November 13, 2014 9:30am - 10:30am
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  • Target Audience Elementary School Educators, Middle School Educators, High School Educators