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Inquiry and iPads: A Collaborative Action Research Exploration

Susanna M. Steeg, George Fox University
Kristin Costley, George Fox University
Karin Engelman, George Fox University
Denise Gonzalez, George Fox University
Kathy Maroni, George Fox University

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Five inservice teachers and a university researcher co-created a three-week inquiry-based learning camp for disadvantaged students. We share what we discovered about using iPads for inquiry in this teaching/learning experience.

Interactive White Boards in the Elementary Classroom

Serena Chidester Fryer, Forest Grove School District

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See how one teacher is using a SMART Board with SMART Notebook software in the early-elementary classroom during math.

Spice up your PD; unique and interesting ways to get a staff ready for tech integration.

Nichole S. Carter Mrs., Neil Armstrong Middle School

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How do you engage your staff and get them to learn new technology and resources to prepare for the new digital age, and at the same utilize your own in house resources, and create a collaborative work environment?

Transmedia Play and Its Implications For K-12 Educators.

Robin E. Shobe M.S. CCC-SLP, Pacific University

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Several case studies will be presented regarding transmedia play and its relevance to the Common Core, 21st Century Skills and learning in the K-12 classroom.

Virtual Manipulatives for Teaching Algebra with iPads

Steve Rhine, Willamette University
Mike Charles
Linda Samek, George Fox University
Rachel Harrington, Western Oregon University

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Join us for a hands-on look at iPad apps that can help further students' conceptual understanding of algebra at many levels, with a focus on better student thinking. Leave with free apps you can use in your teaching.