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Friday, November 15 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
iPads and Projects and Apps, OH MY! Effectively Integrating iPads into Your Science Classroom

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The focus of this session is to help you introduce and use iPads into your science classroom. We will offer suggestions for getting your classroom started to setting up labs, projects and activities, as well as talk about the infrastructure needed to get things going. Our goal is to help you learn how to navigate between using the iPad as a tool for consumption and as a tool of creation in your science classroom. Featured content topics will be genetics, forensic science, cellular processes, anatomy/physiology, dissection, and more. We will also discuss our plan from proposal to integration of ipads and the technical needs and challenges. Whether you have a 1:1 program, shared carts or class sets of iPads, our presentation applies to you. This is a great session for anyone starting out with iPads to those of us who have experience and are looking for more ideas! 


Ed Patterson

Director of Academic Technology, Norfolk Academy
finding the right tool to take students from content to knowledge!

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Elizabeth Glassman

Biology Teacher, Norfolk Academy
Elizabeth Glassman is a biology teacher at Norfolk Academy in Norfolk, Virginia who strives to maintain balance between tradition and technology in her classroom. This is her third year using shared iPads and e-texts.

Friday November 15, 2013 2:30pm - 3:30pm EST

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