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Quick. Create! v2

by Educator at ∞ß on Nov 06, 2013

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Slides to support a hands on workshop on the intersection of creativity and a "maker" ethic for learning. This session was specifically for Arts teachers (music, drama, visual arts, band, choir, etc). ...

Slides to support a hands on workshop on the intersection of creativity and a "maker" ethic for learning. This session was specifically for Arts teachers (music, drama, visual arts, band, choir, etc). 6 Nov 2013. St. James-Assiniboia School Division, Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Albert Einstein said: “Play is the highest form of research.” We’re going to do some serious research into the potential of mobile devices for learning. First we’ll play. Then we’ll learn by unpacking the things we did while playing. Expect to be out of your seat and learning with others in this high impact, fun and educational session exploring practical ways mobile devices can be used to help students learn and share their learning with the world.

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