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Are you looking for a guest speaker or professional development facilitator? Workshops and presentations tailored to your audience! Providing support to teachers and administrators integrating technology into their schools.
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“Great presentation! All FREE apps to use with students! The presenter shared apps and ideas for using iPads in classrooms that have a few to a whole class set. She also suggested easy to use apps for people who are just getting their feet wet with iPads in the classroom. Can’t wait to use all of her suggestions! Thanks!” Heidi Bushway Verkler, Technology Resource Teacher, Tahoe-Truckee Joint Unified School District, California
“Wow! Thank you for sharing both great apps and also how to use them whether in a single iPad classroom or a 1:1 environment. So excited to write my lesson plans now!” Erin Zacherl, Teacher, Keystone School District, Pennsylvania
“I’ll soon be getting 1 iPad for my ESL classroom, so I’m looking forward to trying some of these, especially ScreenChomp, Funny Movie Maker, and Toontastic. Thanks for a great webinar with ideas on how to use these apps with students.” Jean Porter, ESL Teacher, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, Virginia
“Monica, What an awesome webinar. Thank you for sharing those tools. I am excited to be able to use some of them with my Principals and even training staff to show them how easy it can be to integrate the iPad into your daily productivity. I also learned some new apps that I hadn’t seen before and am anxious to use. Thank you again.” Tia Simmons, Instructional Technology Coordinator, Prince George’s County Public Schools, Maryland
“I loved the Webinar. It was informative and concise. I will use the apps covered in the seminar.” Vernastene Black, Middle School Teacher, District of Columbia Public SchoolsPowered by Sidelines