Sunday, October 5, 2014
Outside of the Box Peer-to-Peer Tech Training Strategies
I like to submit conference proposals that reflect projects which preoccupy me. Knowing that I am going to submit a proposal on a project motivates me to work harder on the project.
Recently I submitted a proposal called Outside of the Box Peer-to-Peer Tech Training Strategies. Here's the description:
Peer to peer training is powerful. This session will describe some methods which have proven effective at Mercy High School such as teacher lead workshops, drop-in labs and a teacher-to-teacher conference. A badged self-paced course for teachers will shared as well as an iTunes U course for administrators which includes resources exclusively created by building administrators. Additionally, a program where savvy students orient new students to their iPads will be described.
I hope it gets selected!
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