iOS Apps for Teaching and Learning

Wed, 9/27/2017 | 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM | Prior Hall  200


Participants in this session will:

  1. Share and relate to experiences using the iOS operating system.
  2. Develop a basic understanding of the role of technology in the classroom.
  3. Learn new applications that instructors could use in class to assist teaching and learning.
  4. Learn new applications that students could use to show and develop their learning in class.

What easy-to-use and exciting iOS tools might you have in your pocket that you could be employing to enhance your teaching? This session will provide an overview of current iOS apps (for iPads and iPhones) that will support you and your students in creative thinking, critical thinking, formative assessment, time management, social learning, video creation and note taking. Participants will explore each tool, its various purposes and features, and learn where to find additional information and resources.

This is a BYOD (bring-your-own-device) event—bring your iOS device with the following apps if you want to practice during the workshop. The paid apps are optional.

The following Apps will be featured during the session:
Adobe Spark Video - Requires free account, sign up after downloading the app.
Canvas Teacher
Explain Everything (paid) - (Monthly & Free trial) or (One time $9.99)
Microsoft OneNote - Requires signing up for Office 365 (free for students, faculty & staff*)
Notability ($9.99)

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10 seats remaining for this workshop


Scott Sheeler