Schedule - "iPads" Sessions

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1:30 pm to 2:00 pm
in Meeting Room 7
iPads and early creativity and collaboration (Innovative Learning)

DEVELOPING EARLY LEARNERS’ CREATIVITY AND COLLABORATION USING IPADS

iPads, creativity, collaboration, early learning, Pedagogy, 21st century skills


3:45 pm to 4:30 pm
in Meeting Room 2
GAFE in the Grade 1/2 class: My Journey (Redefining Education)

GAFE in the grade 1/2 class: From implementation to now!

Google Apps fro Education, iPads


4:00 pm to 4:30 pm
in Meeting Room 9
iPads in the Primary School: Emerging Research (Innovative Learning)

Since its introduction in 2010, Apple’s iPad has received much attention from education commentators, citing its unique touch screen, portability, relative low cost and huge array of apps, as offering significant potentia

iPads, tablet, literacy, problem-solving, oral, interaction, apps.


10:30 am to 11:15 am
in Meeting Room 1
iPossibilities: Realising personal potential. (Redefining Education)

This presentation will report on a 2 year research project which focussed on the potential of iPads as learning objects in the early years.

tablets, iPads, learning and teaching


1:45 pm to 2:30 pm
in Meeting Room 1
Implementing iPads into our learning programs (Innovative Learning)

In this presentation, a team from Cowandilla Primary School will share what we have learnt so far on our journey with implementing iPads. We’ll give insights into our planning & pedagogy and include examples of how students are becoming critical, engaged thinkers, connecting with others in their learning. There will be an opportunity for a "techie breakout" session to discuss the important background details that make it all possible.

iPad, iPads, Pedagogy, 1:1, shared iPads, mobile devices, trial, primary school, technicians, language teaching and learning, Aboriginal students, New Arrivals students, Pitjantjatjara


4:00 pm to 4:30 pm
in Meeting Room 4
BYOD iPads and eTextbooks Lessons Learned (Innovative Learning)

Early in 2013, Penleigh and Essendon Grammar School (PEGS) was not a one-to-one computing school and made only traditional use of textbooks.

BYOD, iPads, 1:1, eTextbooks, samr, Pedagogy, Project, Lessons Learned