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Don't Miss Out on These Great Upcoming Workshops!

posted Mar 11, 2015, 7:52 AM by Caryn Kelley

Whether you need CEUs or are just looking to learn something new, SOITA has a workshop for you! SOITA's Spring schedule is jam-packed with high-quality professional development opportunities. Join us for one of these great titles and begin implementing new technology in your classroom!

Exploring iPad Apps for the K-6 Classroom - March 20, 2015

Description: There are so many apps available that it’s hard to decide what to download.  We’ll look at a collection of noteworthy apps for the K-6 classroom that are worth considering. These will cover a variety of curriculum areas and grade levels.  You’re sure to find some apps you’ll want to install! 

Participants will receive a $50 iTunes gift card to download apps right away.

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iPad Apps for K-8 Language Arts Standards - April 8, 2014

Description: Ohio's New Learning Standards present a new challenge for educators. Let us help you align your instruction to these standards while integrating the iPad’s revolutionary technology into your classroom. Join us as we explore iPad apps that support the New Learning Standards Standards in Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening and Language, all while simultaneously meeting the embedded Media and Technology requirements! Participants will receive a $50 iTunes gift card to download apps right away.

Participants will receive a $50 iTunes gift card to download apps right away.  

I Didn't Know Google Could Do That! - April 14, 2014 @ SOESC in Wilmington, OH

Description: For many Google is their preferred search engine and Google Apps for Education is taking education by storm. However, Google has even more to offer! Join us as we explore some of Google’s lesser known tools and tricks from the fun and useful to the completely obscure.

Using YouTube to Enhance Instruction - May 6, 2015

Description: YouTube is an untapped gold mine of resources just waiting to be plucked by the
tech savvy educator. Discover how to effectively search for appropriate videos, create playlists, and upload your own videos to provide your students with hooks and discussion starters, remediation, and extension opportunities. In addition, we will explore the YouTube video editor and how to add annotations to your own videos to create interactive choose your own adventure stories. Be prepared to transform your classroom one video at a time.