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Manhattan, KS 66506

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2019 iPad Camp: Doing More with Less

This event was on Friday, January 18, 2019

Kansas State University – Manhattan, Kansas

The 2019 iPad iCamp will be a refreshing day of ideas and activities to help teachers be more productive in their classroom and organized in lesson planning. No more sticky notes stuck here and there. We'll look at teaching and learning with iPads and be reminded of best instructional practices to engage and enhance student learning. We'll finish with reflection ideas on the iPads that will help with planning for the next lesson.

Doing More with Less: Maximizing the Built-in iPad Apps for Effective Teaching and Learning

Doing More with Less: Maximizing the Built-in iPad Apps for Effective Teaching and Learning

You’ve heard “There’s an App for that!” and there is, but it takes time, effort and money to find that right app. And even then it probably won’t really fit your needs. So why not just master the apps you already have for your teaching and learning.

Join Ken Tuley for a day of hands-on experience to maximize the power of the built-in apps. Leverage the power and features of the Camera, Notes, iMovie, GarageBand, Clips, Safari, Pages, Keynote and Numbers to enhance and elevate any lesson to new heights. Even skilled iPad users will learn new tricks to maximize these built-in apps and discover features you didn’t even know existed.

It will be a game changing day!

Ken Tuley photoAbout the Presenter –
Ken Tuley

Ken Tuley has been using technology since 1977, when a fellow teacher brought a computer to school. Ken promptly bought his own computer (TI-99/4) and started using it in his band and music classes. Ken became the Director of Learning Technology for Albuquerque Public Schools in 1995, implementing a comprehensive professional development program for all district employees. His efforts around a 1:1 plan to provide all district and school leadership the technology and support with an end goal of 1:1 for all students as well, caught the eye of Apple.

Apple recognized Ken as an Apple Distinguished Educator in 1999 and quickly asked him to present at national conferences on behalf of Apple. While continuing to provide technology based professional development to teachers, Ken joined the Apple Professional Learning team in 2008, delivering professional development to teachers and administrators across the country. Ken retired from public education in 2014, continues his Apple teaching and in his spare time flies hot air balloons, and produces all the video for the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta.

Cyndi Kuhn

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