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iPad Summit Boston 2015 is back at the Hynes Convention Center November 16-18, 2015. To learn more and regsiter go to ettipad.org.

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Tuesday, November 17 • 10:45am - 11:45am
Beyond Using an iPad – Transforming Pedagogy and Learning Spaces

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This presentation will showcase how we have transformed learning spaces at Lower Canada College to reflect 21st Century learning. After moving forward with a 2:1 iPad program in our elementary school and a 1:1 program in our Middle School, we sought to transform our pedagogy and spaces to reveal significant classroom engagement and student learning.

Action research and a pilot project were planned and have led to physical transformations of classrooms to exhibit active learning in the Middle School and Project-Based Learning in the Junior School. Records of teachers' daily reflections and classroom observations as well as student surveys were instrumental to these changes.

We will propose simple and inexpensive solutions for both elementary and middle school classrooms that will foster student engagement and contribute to transforming pedagogy. We will also tell the stories of how we have transformed teaching and learning in our classroom using technology and new learning spaces.

Speakers
avatar for Nathalie Lemelin

Nathalie Lemelin

Head of Innovations in Teaching and Learning, Lower Canada College
Nathalie Lemelin, Ph.D. is Head of Innovations in Teaching and Learning at Lower Canada College in Montreal. Nathalie implemented Action Research for professional development and IT integration program assessment. She has recently conducted an action research on an iPad implementation with a grade 3 teacher as well as rolled out a 1:1 iPad program in Middle School. In 2013, she organized a conference called “The Future of Education” aimed at... Read More →
avatar for Michele Owen

Michele Owen

Middle School English Teacher and Integration Specialist, Lower Canada College
avatar for Nathalie Simard

Nathalie Simard

Teacher, Lower Canada College
Je suis une enseignante passionnée par son métier et qui tente d'améliorer ses pratiques et d'intégrer davantage la technologie dans son quotidien. Les programmes de français, la littérature pour la jeunesse et l'utilisation des iPads en classe m'intéressent plus particulièrement.



Tuesday November 17, 2015 10:45am - 11:45am
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