iPadagogy: A Bloomin' Better Way to Teach




Connected Learning: Connected World


Workshop: iPadagogy: A Bloomin' Better Way to Teach

Scheduled: Sunday, June 28, 2015

Time: 8:30 - 3:30 PM

Building/Room: Marriott Franklin 1


iPadagogy Wheel - 4.0

*Allan Carrington, Creative Commons License, 4.0





This wiki will provide you with information on our workshop, and offers you an opportunity to 'flip the workshop' and to get to know each other before we all meet face-to-face at the ISTE conference in Philadelphia on June 28th.


Make sure you join our Google Community. This is an interactive wiki where you can ask questions, exchange ideas and get to know each other prior to the workshop. 


Please complete the online survey. You should have received an email with a link to this survey. The information you provide will help us to put you in groups for our Breakout Sessions at the workshop.


We are looking forward to meeting all of you online and in Philadelphia!!!


Ellen, Anthony, Mary Kay, Vance, Nery and Daniela




Workshop Description: 


This workshop will be animated by a panel of experienced CALL practitioners with specialized knowledge and expertise in using iPads with a variety of second language learners. The presenters will briefly review the research on the use of iPads in CALL, provide a rationale for the use of these digital tools in second language classrooms, and model how to integrate and implement a variety of applications  to enhance any educational setting. Participants will be guided through hands-on, interactive breakout sessions on the following topics: (1.) iPad implementation from an administrative point of view, (2.) the technical constraints and affordances of preparing for, guiding, and pedagogically supporting implementation, (3.) exploration of the myriad applications available,  and (4.) integration of iPads across the four skills: reading, writing, listening, and speaking, with an emphasis on the innovative and creative integration of these skills through project based learning. 

Participants will be invited to join a Google Community providing them the opportunity to create a Professional Learning  Community/Network prior to the ISTE Conference 2015. They will also be invited to join a wiki creating  an opportunity to ‘flip the workshop’.  Critical information, applications, activities, lesson plans, project based learning exemplars, and web links will be shared through the wiki. The PLC/PLN will be developed and sustained through the wiki and the Google Community before, during and after the workshop. Examples of student created work and challenge based learning will demonstrate the versatility, utility and possibilities of  iPad, and applications, which can be implemented in a variety of educational settings for second language learners. 


Click here to see our Objectives, Schedule, and Description of the presentations in this session





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