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Welcome to the 29th KORCOS International Education Conference! Below is your guide for conference day on March 14, 2014. Feel free to browse the schedule below before the conference. Use social media tools (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Foursquare) to link up with friends and colleagues so you can coordinate your schedules and maybe even attend presentations together.
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Friday, March 14
 

9:00am

Associate Principal's Job Alike
This session is designed simply as a time for associate principals to get together and share ideas.

Presenters
avatar for Brent Brayko

Brent Brayko

HS Associate Principal, KIS
Looking forward to connecting with everyone again and learning. Hopefully several of you associate principals and other administrators will come to the job-alike to share some of the things you are doing at your schools.


Friday March 14, 2014 9:00am - 10:00am
Room 524 ES/MS Building

9:00am

Developmentally Appropriate Practice in the Early Childhood Program
Our early learners are best served by a learning environment that is sensitive to individual abilities and developmental levels. One size does not fit all. Developmentally appropriate practice respects the educational journey of each child and provides activities that are differentiated to meet a variety of abilities. The teacher should be aware of each child's "timeline of learning" rather than focusing on the coverage of material as required by a rigid and generic curriculum.

Presenters
AW

Andy Whitney

Head of School, ECLC International Kindergarten


Friday March 14, 2014 9:00am - 10:00am
Room 222 ES/MS Building

9:00am

Discover Your True Colors
Do your students not participate in groups effectively? Do you work on a committee that struggles to collaborate? This presentation will give you a better picture why students and adults may face conflicts when working as a team. By the end of this presentation, you will have been introduced to the four group stages, and it is expected that with an increased understanding of your own personality and others, that conflicts will decrease and groups will become more productive.

Presenters
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Lane

Korea International School


Friday March 14, 2014 9:00am - 10:00am
Room B100 HS/Admin Building

9:00am

iPads for Admins: Essential Apps and Websites for School Administrators
Everyone knows that an iPad or Tablet can help you be more productive, what we don't always know is how to do that. This presentation will cover a range of topics and how you can use your tablet to increase your school presence.

Presenters
avatar for Victor Fitzjarrald

Victor Fitzjarrald

Technology Coordinator / KIS Jeju, Korea International School - Jeju


Friday March 14, 2014 9:00am - 10:00am
Room 522 ES/MS Building

9:00am

Why We Remember Music
What makes a piece of music move you emotionally and spiritually and stick with you for life? What makes a song a sing-along or a toe-tapper? What makes a melody timeless? Come find out how a great piece of music moves you and why it can evoke such vivid, powerful feelings and memories, even years after you first hear it. Designed for non-music teachers, but music teachers are welcome too. This is for inspiration, not hands-on classroom application -- but you'll like it! :-)

Presenters
avatar for Jack Brown

Jack Brown

Choir Director MS/HS, Korea International School
I am passionate about life. Music is a great way to express that passion. My session is designed for ALL teachers, not just music -- in fact, it's specifically directed to non-musicians. I think you will find it enjoyable and maybe even inspiring. :-)


Friday March 14, 2014 9:00am - 10:00am
Room C110 HS/Admin Building

10:15am

Apple Technology Integration in Lower Elementary
I will share my experiences using MacBook and iPad with lower elementary students. We will look into Essential Agreements for students prior to using a new expensive device and how to balance their time with the use of the technology. I will introduce applications/programs and instructional ideas that have been successful in my classes.

Presenters
avatar for Joy Radnich

Joy Radnich

Elementary Grade 4, Chadwick International


Friday March 14, 2014 10:15am - 11:15am
Room 220 ES/MS Building

10:15am

Aspiring Assistant Principals and/or Principals
Do you have a desire to move into an administrative position? Multiple possibilities are out there for teacher leaders to take on leadership roles within their schools and move forward into an administrative position. This workshop will offer strategies and suggestions for teachers to move forward. Topics will include: building a professional portfolio, committee/team possibilities, leadership qualities, and what schools are looking for in aspiring administrators.

Presenters
avatar for Matthew Johnson

Matthew Johnson

Dean of Students, Asia Pacific International School


Friday March 14, 2014 10:15am - 11:15am
Room C206 HS/Admin Building

10:15am

Avoiding Headaches & Adding Value: Strategic Student-Led Video Projects
We want our students to find their voice. We know that technology can help them express themselves creatively. Yet, it can cause serious class management and grading challenges. I have guided students as they have created high-quality videos while meeting course objectives & empowering the students. This presentation will help you avoid some potential pitfalls. Yet it will focus on simple tips that make the entire process rewarding and relevant for your students.

Presenters
avatar for Ken Morrison

Ken Morrison

K-12 Technology Integrationist, Raffles American School
I love to teach. I love to learn. I love to share. I am an Apple Distinguished Educator who might spend a bit too much money and time coming to conferences to learn from my awesome peers.Let me know if I can help you or if we can connect our students in meaningful ways.


Friday March 14, 2014 10:15am - 11:15am
Room D214 HS/Admin Building

10:15am

Frequent Flyer Tips for Teachers (Beginner Level)
This non-professional (but highly valuable!) workshop will focus on the frequent flyer who wants to learn the basics of how to collect and spend miles while flying. We will go over the basics of the airline alliances, and will cover strategies for how to set yourself up to maximize your travel awards.

Presenters
avatar for Timothy Henkels

Timothy Henkels

7th Grade SS, MUN, Outdoor Education, Chadwick International School
In 2007 my wife and I moved to Quito, Ecuador, where we taught at an American School and traveled, learned Spanish, learned about life, and climbed tall mountains with good friends. From 2009 to 2011 we lived in Turkey, which is a fabulous country with warm and welcoming people... Read More →


Friday March 14, 2014 10:15am - 11:15am
Room 425 ES/MS Building

10:15am

KORCOS Heads of School Meeting
Annual Korcos Head of School meeting. Heads of School are invited to provide quick update, discuss Korcos initiatives past, present and future, suggest changes going forward.

Presenters
JB

Joe Beeson

Headmaster, Yongsan International School of Seoul


Friday March 14, 2014 10:15am - 11:15am
Room B100 HS/Admin Building

10:15am

Mobile Management: Using Mobile Devices Effectively
Starting in 2012, Verizon partnered with ISTE to provide critical training and resources to schools piloting Mobile Learning initiatives. This presentation is the findings and relevant outcomes of how to best use mobile devices in the classroom.

Presenters
avatar for Victor Fitzjarrald

Victor Fitzjarrald

Technology Coordinator / KIS Jeju, Korea International School - Jeju


Friday March 14, 2014 10:15am - 11:15am
Room B201 HS/Admin Building

10:15am

Online MAE for Teacher Leaders in International Schools
Learn more about The University of Northern Iowa's Master's program designed specifically for teacher in American International Schools. With a focus on Leadership, this program is completely online and now accepting applications.

Dr. Leigh Martin, co-coordinator of this program, is based out of Korea International School.

Friday March 14, 2014 10:15am - 11:15am
Room 321 ES/MS Building

10:15am

Sketchnotes: Innovation on an iPad
Would you like your students to be more active and engaged in your classroom?

Sketchnoting is an innovative yet simple method of doodling that engages the brain's verbal and visual centers.

Learn how basic shapes and letters can show relationships, frameworks, patterns or concepts using free or inexpensive iPad apps.

Power up sketchnoting by integrating it with multimedia apps to transform your students to collaborative contributors who produce personalized documentation of learning.

Presenters
avatar for Robin Montgomery

Robin Montgomery

Technology Integration Specialist, Gyeonggi Suwon International School
Robin  Apple Distinguished Educator. COETAIL 13-14. Tech Coach at 1:1 IB school in Korea. Keep plastic foot & pair of welding goggles in my desk for emergencies.


Friday March 14, 2014 10:15am - 11:15am
Room D213 HS/Admin Building

10:15am

Teaching Your Students to Design High Quality Videos
How & why to teach students to make high quality videos to be used as projects and summative assessments in your classroom. You will be lead through some simple tips and techniques on how your students can use "do-it-yourself", minimalistic techniques to make high quality videos. Any student from any subject level, Pre-K through 12th grade, can use modern technology and make excellent videos. You will learn how to guide your students through planning, filming, and editing. You will view examples of student videos. There will also be some sample lesson plans and grading rubrics.

Presenters
avatar for Jefferson Lipsky

Jefferson Lipsky

Social Studies Teacher, Busan Foreign School
I have been teaching secondary social studies courses at Busan Foreign School for the past 4 years. I designed a media course during my first year. The program kept growing and now students are designing school-wide media, including news broadcasts, documentaries, TV commercials... Read More →


Friday March 14, 2014 10:15am - 11:15am
Room 522 ES/MS Building

11:30am

Big Data for Small Change: Using the ISA
This presentation will summarize how SIS uses the International School Assessment to assist with efforts to differentiate instruction and assessment for students in the middle school.

Presenters
avatar for Gray Macklin

Gray Macklin

Seoul International School


Friday March 14, 2014 11:30am - 12:30pm
Room 721 ES/MS Building

11:30am

Classroom Personalities: Leadership through Self Awareness
Classroom teachers and their students come with a wide variety of preconceptions and points of view which have a direct impact on school performance. Through the use of the Hermann Brain Dominance Instrument, participants will gain an insight into their own ways of looking at the world around them, and the implications for their work and lives in and outside of school.

Presenters
avatar for David Maher

David Maher

Upper School Principal, Chadwick International


Friday March 14, 2014 11:30am - 12:30pm
Room B304 HS/Admin Building

11:30am

How to Create a Remarkable Arrival Experience for Incoming Staff
This workshop will cover the basics of creating an amazing experience for incoming staff, and how to keep it lightweight and affordable for the administration. using our knowledge gained over the past 3 years of business, we know that first week is crucial for first impressions, staff retention, and employee satisfaction.

Presenters
avatar for Scot Sustad

Scot Sustad

Founder & Chief Pioneer, The Arrival Store
I'm Scot. I've spent about a third of my life abroad and am always looking for the next adventure. My beautiful wife and I lived and worked in Korea for 2 years where we spent our holidays and weekends traveling throughout Asia. We went everywhere from the Philippines to Tibet... Read More →


Friday March 14, 2014 11:30am - 12:30pm
Room B205 HS/Admin Building

11:30am

IB PYP Korean Curriculum
The Primary Years Program (PYP) of the International Baccalaureate (IB) is a dynamic curricular framework that we use at Chadwick International. In this presentation, you will learn about creating a framework for the Korean national standard blended well with the PYP curriculum. We will share lesson ideas and resources as well as engage in an open forum for your questions. This presentation is open to anyone who teaches Korean or is interested in the PYP Korean curriculum.

Presenters
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Jennifer Ahn

Chadwick International


Friday March 14, 2014 11:30am - 12:30pm
Room 220 ES/MS Building

11:30am

Improving Library Access, Collaboration, and Visibility with LibGuides
Secondary libraries have a duty to provide equal resource access, both physical and virtual, to their patrons. Wikis and blogs provide some access, but neither are ideally suited for libraries. An excellent alternative, LibGuides provides a prime collaborative space and access point for all students and staff in any secondary library. Come find out more about the KIS transition from a library wiki to LibGuides--it just may be the next step for your school.

Presenters
avatar for Sam Anderson

Sam Anderson

Secondary Librarian, Korea International School


Friday March 14, 2014 11:30am - 12:30pm
Room B100 HS/Admin Building

11:30am

IPAK: International Principal's Association Korea
Are you an international school principal or assistant principal in South Korea? My session aims to launch the International Principals Association in Korea (IPAK). IPAK is a grassroots association where international school principals and assistant principals can network, plan together and work towards bringing professional development opportunities to Korea.

Presenters
avatar for Craig Williamson

Craig Williamson

MS Principal, Chadwick International
I LOVE KORCOS!!! The opportunity to bring gifted and talented educators together to spark passion and creativity in one another is truly special!


Friday March 14, 2014 11:30am - 12:30pm
Room 425 ES/MS Building

12:45pm

Addressing the Needs of Bullied, Outcast or Loner Students
Research indicates students with social problems are often associated with academic problems, and even suicide or violence. We all must be aware of these vulnerable students’ needs. Social exclusion and bullying are forms of abuse that can cause psychological, physical, and academic problems for children. We play a critical role in helping these youth, and creating a healthy, safe climate in our schools. Positive, resolution focused- approaches, assessment and intervention strategies will be provided.

Presenters
AP

Angelea Panos

University of Utah


Friday March 14, 2014 12:45pm - 1:45pm
Room 420 ES/MS Building

12:45pm

BYOD vs BYOC: Curriculum in the Digital Age
BYOD or BYOT is one of terms most often seen in digital meetups in the US. This presentation will cover how you can leverage BYOD to become a major influence in how you distribute and manage curriculum.

Presenters
avatar for Victor Fitzjarrald

Victor Fitzjarrald

Technology Coordinator / KIS Jeju, Korea International School - Jeju


Friday March 14, 2014 12:45pm - 1:45pm
Room B100 HS/Admin Building

12:45pm

Creating Music & Quality Podcasts with GarageBand for Student Projects
Learn about the creative possibilities of integrating a music/audio recording technology component to attract a wider body of students and engage them in project-based learning in your subject area. Come play a guitar on your keyboard, record a narration with various microphones, and explore the power of GarageBand as you will be provided with a MacBook to use during this session or you can use the app on your iPhone or iPad.

Presenters
avatar for Mark Heil

Mark Heil

High School Technology, Yongsan International School of Seoul
HS Digital Media Teacher, ADE Mac 1:1 Tech Integrator, Web Designer, Photographer, Coach, & Dad


Friday March 14, 2014 12:45pm - 1:45pm
Room D214 HS/Admin Building

12:45pm

Engaging cultures - an open forum
As a teacher and coordinator in what is predominantly a culturally Western based system, what can we do integrate and learn from host cultures rather than just implant our own. This is an open forum to share ideas and ways of developing a wrap around approach.

Presenters
NG

Nigel Gardner

IB DP Coordinator / Technology in the curriculum Co, Dwight School Seoul


Friday March 14, 2014 12:45pm - 1:45pm
Room D307 HS/Admin Building

12:45pm

Frequent Flyer Tips for Teachers (Advanced Level)
This workshop is for those frequent flyers who know the basics of collecting and spending miles, but want tips on how to leverage their credit to collect more points, how to best spend those points, and how to work towards frequent flyer "status" on the airlines.

Presenters
avatar for Timothy Henkels

Timothy Henkels

7th Grade SS, MUN, Outdoor Education, Chadwick International School
In 2007 my wife and I moved to Quito, Ecuador, where we taught at an American School and traveled, learned Spanish, learned about life, and climbed tall mountains with good friends. From 2009 to 2011 we lived in Turkey, which is a fabulous country with warm and welcoming people... Read More →


Friday March 14, 2014 12:45pm - 1:45pm
Room 425 ES/MS Building

12:45pm

Get the Most Out of Your Mac
Learn more useful features and maximize the potential and power of your Mac! A Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) workshop that walks you through useful Mac features to help you become more efficient. 

Presenters
avatar for Marilou Pagarigan

Marilou Pagarigan

Technology Support Teacher / AP Com Science & MS Coding Teacher, Seoul International School
I am a Technology Support Teacher, AP Computer Science Teacher at Seoul International School. Aside from teaching, I spend my time working with teachers and students to ensure that they get the most out of technology when working on projects, assignments and accomplishing daily tasks... Read More →


Friday March 14, 2014 12:45pm - 1:45pm
Room B102 HS/Admin Building

12:45pm

Moving on Up: The role of the Hagwon on the Korean ladder to success
When international teachers come to teach in Korea, they are often baffled by their students' extensive use of and dependence on hagwons. This workshop session will address this long-standing aspect of Korean culture by providing a historical background as well as the educational, economic and social drivers that keep the hagwon inextricably intertwined in a modern Korean education

Presenters
avatar for Brenda Darling

Brenda Darling

HS Mathematics, Seoul International School


Friday March 14, 2014 12:45pm - 1:45pm
Room C305 HS/Admin Building

12:45pm

Tpack - Technology Integration -> now what about teachers expectations?
You probably have heard about TPACK, one of the technology integration models that tech coaches talk about. But, models are usually a bit vague, and it’s hard to see where you stand as a teacher. This session divides the TPACK model in logical heaps, and shows practical examples of where you can use technology. You will walk away with a better understanding of what is expected from you (when asked to ‘Integrate Technology’)!
(Apple sponsored)

Presenters
avatar for Marcel Ideler

Marcel Ideler

Technology Integration Specialist, Chadwick International School
Marcel is a (Dutch) international school teacher and technology specialist. He has taught K-12 Information Technology at several IB schools, and served as Tech coordinator in many capacities. Right now he is the Integration specialist at Chadwick International (and moves to Mumbai... Read More →


Friday March 14, 2014 12:45pm - 1:45pm
Room D215 HS/Admin Building

2:00pm

21st Century 5 R's (Reading & Writing, Inquiring, Research, Presenting, Feedback)
Everyone has heard of the "3 R's"; reading, writing, and arithmetic. In this presentation you will be introduced to the "21st Century 5 R's". The main objective behind this presentation is for you to learn how to guide your students from reading a book to presenting facts that answer an Essential Question, in an engaging way.

Presenters
avatar for Joseph M. Thompson

Joseph M. Thompson

Grade 5 Teacher/Lead Elementary Teacher, Korea Kent Foreign School
I have been teaching at Korea Kent Foreign School for the past 6 years. The reason I have stayed here for so long is we have so much going on. For the past 2 1/2 years we have been transitioning from a school operating out of textbooks to a school using Essential Questions, Enduring... Read More →


Friday March 14, 2014 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Room 522 ES/MS Building

2:00pm

Cultural anthropology 101 for migrant school workers
With a brief presentation of the idea of Third Culture Kids and of some models that have been created to compare cultures, Hofstede and others, we’ll think about what it all might mean for our students here in Korea, and for us as teachers and, in some cases, parents. Expect this to be short on conclusive answers and long on activity and discussion.

Presenters
avatar for Susan Milde

Susan Milde

learning support and EAL specialist, Asia Pacific International School
Having lived and worked in many countries, several of them while raising my daughter, I'm interested in how we adapt to and understand each place we live, and how we might promote international-mindedness in our school communities.


Friday March 14, 2014 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Room D115 HS/Admin Building

2:00pm

Establishing and Maintaining a Meaningful New Teacher Induction Program
What does your school do to support teachers in their transition to a new school and country? Do teachers feel welcome in their first days at your school? This workshop will focus on establishing and maintaining a New Teacher Induction Program and will highlight the following topics: program goals, collaboration, team-building, workshop session ideas, communication, and support.

Presenters
avatar for Matthew Johnson

Matthew Johnson

Dean of Students, Asia Pacific International School


Friday March 14, 2014 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Room B200 HS/Admin Building

2:00pm

Evernote for Schools: more than just portfolios
Evernote is a program used to organize your digital life. In schools, we can use Evernote to organize our institutional mind and promote organization and portfolios for our students. This workshop will outline how to effectively integrate Evernote with your students and faculty to provide a robust learning platform.

Presenters
avatar for Victor Fitzjarrald

Victor Fitzjarrald

Technology Coordinator / KIS Jeju, Korea International School - Jeju


Friday March 14, 2014 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Room C305 HS/Admin Building

2:00pm

Getting In: Leveraging AP in College Admissions
As Korean students continue to apply to leading universities, they seek ways of differentiating themselves from other candidates and preparing for rigorous coursework ahead.  AP Capstone is an innovative multi-modal diploma program built on the foundation of two courses — AP Seminar and AP Research — and is designed to complement and enhance the rigorous in-depth study provided through AP courses.  It cultivates the kinds of independent scholars that admissions officers consider ideal candidates for their universities.

Presenters
avatar for Jaeha Choi

Jaeha Choi

Director, State University of New York, Korea (SUNY Korea)
State University of New York, Korea (SUNY Korea) is the first American university established in Korea and offers the same curriculum and degree as that of SUNY at Stony Brook in the United States. I am Director of Student Recruitment and Admissions, and am also acting Director... Read More →
avatar for Clay Hensley

Clay Hensley

Director, International Strategy and Relationships, The College Board, The College Board
My role at the College Board focuses on supporting the aspirations and goals of international students and educators. I am grateful to be able to interact with international education communities like KORCOS . I travel extensively to assist with the implementation of the Advanced... Read More →


Friday March 14, 2014 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Room B204 HS/Admin Building

2:00pm

Google Apps Script - getting started
Google Apps Script can be used to customize and control Google products, and let them interact.
- send automatic e-mails
- mail merge
- manipulate Google Documents/Spreadsheets/Presentations
- create custom menus in Google Documents/Spreadsheets
- manipulate Google Calendar events
- manipulate Google Sites
- manage school Google accounts
- communicate with databases
- create interactive web pages

Presenters
avatar for Paul Sanderson

Paul Sanderson

Seoul Foreign School


Friday March 14, 2014 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Room B301 HS/Admin Building

2:00pm

Living and Learning In The Land of the Morning Calm
Koreans form a significant portion of the student body in many international schools. Collectively and individually their academic and social-emotional needs may best be met in some subtly and substantially different ways.

Presenters
avatar for Peter Corcoran

Peter Corcoran

Director of Schools, Seoul International School
Mr. Pete Corcoran is currently the Director of Schools and Seoul International School and prior to that was the school’s high school principal. He comes to SIS after working for 25 years as a teacher and high school administrator in the Canadian school system. Mr. Corcoran is... Read More →
JL

Jarret Lambie

Seoul International School


Friday March 14, 2014 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Room 425 ES/MS Building

2:00pm

Solution Focused Brief Therapy for Administrators and Counselors
This workshop will provide school counselors and administrators a simple yet powerful format to guide students in determining real world solutions to issues they face everyday after one session in your office. Often, only one to two 45 minute sessions are needed. You will walk out the door with initial and subsequent meeting guides for quick implementation. Perfect for any level of experience!

Presenters
avatar for Kirstan Beatty

Kirstan Beatty

School Counselor K-12, Asia Pacific International School


Friday March 14, 2014 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Room B102 HS/Admin Building

2:00pm

Suicide Prevention in Korean International Schools
Limited Capacity seats available

South Korea has the highest suicide rates of any country in the OECD. This statistic should cause educators working within the country to give serious attention to the topic of suicide prevention. This workshop will equip educators to identify and respond to incidents of suicidal ideation among their student populations utilizing research-based skills developed by the QPR Institute. Attendees will receive certification as QPR Gatekeepers upon completion of the session. Space is limited to the first 30 attendees.

Presenters
ZW

Zack Wingate

Yongsan International School of Seoul


Friday March 14, 2014 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Room B100 HS/Admin Building

2:00pm

Taboo Korea: Body Image and Bullying
Our mission is to help bring awareness of taboo topics in South Korea. We desire to empower those in positions of influence (teachers, counselors, administrators, pastors, parents, etc.) to be better educated and trained to positively impact the lives of the youth that have been entrusted to them. We believe that this applies to all organizations in Korea that interact with the youth.

Today, we will discuss the issues of body image and bullying. Please visit our website for more information: www.tabookorea.org

Presenters
avatar for Diana Suk and Kristin Winn

Diana Suk and Kristin Winn

Taboo Korea
Did you know Korea is known to be the top leader in the amount of plastic surgery procedures done each year? Did you know many students are bribed with a plastic surgery gift for doing well in school? Do you know what 왕따 means? Did you know many students commit suicide because... Read More →
avatar for Mark J. Yu

Mark J. Yu

Kindergarten Teacher, Taboo Korea, Korea International School and Taboo Korea
I am passionate about changing the learning climate in Korea in public and private schools for children. I want to see the teachers and students in Korea be empowered to deal with and work through issues in Korea such as depression, suicide, bullying, body image, and conflict resolution... Read More →


Friday March 14, 2014 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Room 321 ES/MS Building

2:00pm

TeamESL Flashcard - Android & Apple (by STGedu)
TeamESL Flashcard - Android & Apple (by STGedu)
It is to introduce new type of memory card (flashcard) for Android & Apple.

Create your own flash card by using multiple functions such as uploading image from gallery or taking photo, creating your own category, recording audio and writing a note. Search by word and category after you save.

Presenters
avatar for Veronica Y Kim

Veronica Y Kim

Founder, STGedu
Mobile, Tablet Education module Apps for Android & Apple STGedu "Building a solid foundation" TeamESL (Eddie, Susie, Lee) app series: TeamESL Flashcard: @ Google playstore- https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.flashcard.teamesl&hl=en .............. @Apple... Read More →


Friday March 14, 2014 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Room B304 HS/Admin Building

2:00pm

You Learned That From a Video?: VodCasts for the classroom
No matter what subject area or age level you teach, VodCasts (Video Podcasts) can be useful in your classroom. Are you introducing new concepts, working through practice problems, helping students learn to read, or teaching them the to serve a volleyball? There's a video technique for that! Come find out how to make VodCasts, how to use them, and how to engage your students at their level!

Presenters
avatar for Meg

Meg

Secondary Science Teacher, Asia Pacific International School
I am passionate about lighting a spark for students. My hope is to make them more curious about the world around them and more invested in improving that world.


Friday March 14, 2014 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Room B101