Free teaching & learning
with iPad event

Creative learning
with iPad

Science Gallery London
23rd November 2018 from 10:00am - 3:00pm

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Our creative learning with iPad event will show you how to engage students in the creative process using multiple iOS apps in a connected workflow. Explore the great resources and apps on offer and learn creative ways to use iPad in your classroom.

Designed to suit KS 2-4 teachers of all subject areas, you will leave with a good insight into how to better use the iPad more effectively in the classroom. KS 1 and other teachers are still most welcome to attend.

During the event we will be taking attendees on a mini field trip into the gallery with their iPad. A pre-configured iPad will be made available to each attendee to use on the day.

This event is FREE to attend and includes lunch

During this event we will also introduce and demonstrate some of the great new education features now available in iOS 12 as well as the Apple Classroom and Apple Schoolwork apps.

Trainer

Kate Cheal

Kate Cheal

Kate Cheal is a Teacher, Apple Distinguished Educator and Apple Professional Learning Specialist who is passionate about the potential of online and mobile tools to facilitate ‘anytime, anywhere learning’ and to create a culture of collaborative, connected education.

Kate taught as Head of Music for 14 years and also in higher education where she implemented a Mac and iPad learning environment for The Condé Nast College. She now specialises in training educators to use technology to transform learning whilst still teaching part time.


Agenda

10:00 - 10:30 Registration (Tea / Coffee / Refreshments)
10:30 - 11:00 What's new with iPad and iOS 12, Classroom and Schoolwork
An introduction to some of the new features of iOS 12 and a hands-on demonstration of the Classroom and Schoolwork apps from Apple.
11:00 - 12:30 Creative Learning 
Our Creative Learning with iPad session will show you how to use multiple Apple and third party apps in a connected workflow. Apply the creative process to your lessons to help your learners develop critical thinking and problem solving skills. Including a field trip into the gallery to put your learning into practice, this session is designed to be hands on and practical.
12:30 - 13:00 Lunch
13:00 - 14:30 Demonstrating Understanding 
This session will give you the skills to generate innovative lesson ideas, inspire your students and bring compelling stories to life.
14:30 - 14:45 Show and Tell
An opportunity to share your work and what you have learned during the day with the rest of the class using AirPlay and Apple TV.
14:45 - 15:00 Q&A

Location

Science Gallery

Science Gallery London
Great Maze Pond,
London SE1 9GU
The nearest tube station to the Science Gallery is London Bridge which is on the Northern and Julibee lines.

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