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Mar 05

iPads Webinars!

Explore Your Creative Side on the iPad!

90 MINUTES

Thursday, March 14, 2013
3:00 pm – 4:30 pm Central Daylight Time

The iPad has become a powerful tool in the classroom for adapting and delivering the curriculum. However, it is just as important that we provide opportunities for students to explore their creative side. This is even more important for students with diverse learning needs. There are thousands of apps that are available that provide students the opportunity to express themselves creatively. This webinar will explore some of the apps for photography, videography, music, drawing, painting and writing. We will also discuss accessibility features, file sharing and copyright.

PRESENTER: Mark Coppin

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Apps for the iPad with Word Bank and Word Prediction Support

90 MINUTES
Monday, March 25, 2013
10:00 am – 11:30 am Central Daylight Time

This session will cover apps with supports for writing that allow you to create word banks and apps that contain options for word prediction, voice recognition and text-to-speech, as well as options for switch access. Learn which apps allow for adding image and symbol support in word banks, which apps can export word banks for use on other iPads and which apps are a cross-platform program, allowing you to create on computer for use on both computer and iPad and more.

PRESENTER: Dan Herlihy

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Adapting Classroom Materials for the iPad

90 MINUTES
Tuesday, April 16, 2013
1:00 pm – 2:30 pm Central Daylight Time

The iPad has proven to be a powerful tool in the classroom for students with diverse learning needs. The iPad allows classroom materials to be customized and individualized for each learner. There are a wide variety of apps that provide the opportunity for students to be more independent and successful in the classroom. This webinar will provide an overview of various apps that can be used to customize and adapt classroom materials. We will cover apps for text-to-speech, voice recognition, OCR (optical character recognition), annotation, classroom response systems and word prediction, as well as others. We will also discuss strategies for adapting classroom materials, third party accessories and file sharing.

PRESENTER: Mark Coppin

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Cool Books for Cool Kids

90 MINUTES
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
10:00 am – 11:30 am Central Daylight Time

Students of all abilities should be provided with the opportunity to enjoy and participate in the reading process. Participants in this webinar will discover ways to open doors for students of all ages by adapting reading materials. The iPad has provided professionals with the opportunity to individualize and customize materials for each student. This webinar will demonstrate how to utilize apps to create and adapt books for each student’s needs. Participants will learn about the various apps that are available for creating and providing books for all learners. This webinar will also provide information on accessibility features, device management, file sharing and copyright.

PRESENTER: Mark Coppin

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How to use iPad Apps for Everyday Classroom Projects and Activities

90 MINUTES
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
3:00 pm – 4:30 pm Central Daylight Time

Struggling with differentiating instruction to meet Common Core Standards? Looking for results-oriented teaching? Learn how to creatively use apps to transform everyday classroom projects and basic general ed supports into interactive tools for learning and communicating on the iPad! Take a look at how a classroom teacher jump-started her curriculum teaching to differentiate instruction. See how team members taught true understanding of curriculum content tied to the Common Core Initiative. Go inside a classroom to see how to use these tools and strategies every day for meaningful inclusion by viewing video clips, photo galleries and live app demonstrations.

PRESENTER: Phyl Macomber

 
90-Minute, Live Webinar Fees: 

1-4 individuals –  $55 per person
5-24 individuals – $50 per person
25+ individuals – $45 per person