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SXSWedu 2015

From Scannable to Wearable, Teaching Generation Z

As educators we are in a unique position to influence the students in our care. Join this conversation about how to redefine our practice to suit Generation Z who are hyper-aware of the technology that surrounds them. This session will not train you to teach to the latest ed tech fad. This session will nurture a transformational mindset and a way of thinking that will prepare you to craft learning experiences with technologies that have not been invented yet. From scanable to wearable.

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Takeaways

  1. Attendees will hear how scannable and wearable technology can be used across the content areas in diverse learning environments.
  2. Attendees will discuss ways to use the SAMR model to differentiate the type of technology being used in a classroom setting based upon teacher entry points.
  3. Attendees will explore changing classroom culture with qr codes, augmented reality, iBeacons, and wearable technology; they will understand how to push educational norms and boundaries in a cutting edge environment.

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Organizer

Courtney Pepe, Educator, Monroe Township Public Schools

Meta Information:

  • Tags: augmented reality
  • Event: EDU
  • Format: Panel Discussion
  • Track: Instructional Strategies & Best Practices
  • Level: Basic Understanding
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