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

2:15pm EST

Gradebook, Portfolio, Parent Access, Oh MY: Showbie is the Heart of your Paperless Classroom
Anyone who has struggled with using email, dropbox or Google Drive to facilitate workflow in their classroom will love what Showbie has to offer. With Showbie, you can easily create classes and distribute work to all students (without requiring email addresses - hooray!). You can collect work from a variety of compatible apps (including Explain Everything and Book Creator) and file types (such as large video and audio files). Plus, you can easily review student work by providing feedback and a grade using tools such as text and voice notes, comments, and our brand new Showbie Gradebook. Once assignments are completed and graded, they can be added to a student's portfolio so they can be shown to parents - all without taking up any storage space on iPad!

Showbie makes going paperless easy. With students being able to annotate directly in the app, there are no lost papers or excuses for forgotten homework. Students and teachers can also discuss their work privately in the app, and the digital portfolio allows you to add assignments from a variety of multimedia so that students can track their academic progress, even as they advance to other grades! Any educator who wants to keep their sanity will love how Showbie streamlines classroom workflow with their students.

Come and see Elizabeth share her Showbie classroom, and brag about how she is nearly entirely paperless, and has a record for zero missing assignments! Download the app ahead of the session and take the role of a student to engage with us through the app!

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Amanda Wagner

Showbie Inc.
I come to Showbie first and foremost as a teacher, who after some time in the classroom, decided I wanted to work with teachers and support the great work they do in the classroom. After completing my MEd, I taught preservice teachers at the University of Alberta about best practice... Read More →

Tuesday November 17, 2015 2:15pm - 3:15pm EST

2:15pm EST

iLab: Bringing 3D Design and Printing into Every Classroom
Limited Capacity seats available

Suitable for all elementary – middle school teachers, instructional technology and curriculum teams and leaders

President Obama has said that 3D printing has the potential to revolutionize the way we make almost everything, referring to the rapidly changing world of technology and work we now live in.

How will our students thrive in this unpredictable and ever-changing world?

What skills, dispositions and knowledge will they need?

In this interactive workshop, the team from Makers Empire will explore practical ways for students to develop and master: design thinking; collaborative skills and capabilities to excel in 3D environments.

We will show how these essential 21st century skills can be embedded across all curriculum areas to facilitate authentic learning experiences and tangible learning outcomes.

Participants in this workshop will be introduced to our easy to use tools (for iPad and other devices) which enable students as young as 4 to begin designing in 3D within seconds and for teachers to easily incorporate 3D design and printing into their lessons without the need for complex design and technology skills.


Mandi Dimitriadis

Director of Learning
Mandi Dimitriadis, Director of Learning Improvement. DipT Mandi has worked as an elementary and pre-school teacher in many South Australian schools. She managed education programs at the South Australian Maritime Museum and has also worked as a special education teacher.

Makers Empire

Lap Leung, Co-founder. B.Eng (Hons), M Eng, MBA Lap has worked as a management consultant at SMS Management and Technology in Sydney and Hong Kong. He also founded consumer application nepchin.com and men’s fashion label lapmen.com

Tuesday November 17, 2015 2:15pm - 3:15pm EST

2:15pm EST

iLab: Building Numeracy with Motion Math
Limited Capacity seats available

Explore Motion Math's delightful games for teaching the toughest K - 6 Common Core math concepts.

- Learn how elementary educators from Burlington Public Schools are using Motion Math in their classrooms.

- Play games to experience Motion Math first-hand.

- Sign up for a free two month pilot.

If you interact with elementary math in any way - whether as a teacher, administrator, or coach - this session is for you.

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Brendan Appold

Director of Classroom Success, Motion Math
Motion Math makes engaging iPad games for the toughest elementary math concepts. We are offering free pilots of the Motion Math: Educator app at the classroom, school, and district level!

Carrie Fortunato

Math Coach, Burlington Public Schools
BPS Elementary Math Coach

Tuesday November 17, 2015 2:15pm - 3:15pm EST
Wednesday, November 18

10:45am EST

StudySync 'Digital Tools for Student Collaboration'
This session will explore how student collaboration can be fostered via digital learning tools, specifically focusing on collaborative features within StudySync. From anonymous, randomized peer review to videos modeling standards-based skills and academic discussion, to a mediated Twitter-like platform, learn how teachers can leverage online technology in the classroom to support student-based learning.

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Jenny Brown

Implementation Specialist, StudySync
Jenny Brown is an experienced Implementation Specialist for StudySync, a digital core literacy program developed by BookheadEd Learning LLC and distributed in partnership with McGraw-Hill Education. Jenny develops professional development curricula and course materials, and trains... Read More →

Wednesday November 18, 2015 10:45am - 11:45am EST