60 Tools in 60-ish Minutes

Ready for maximum takeaway? This fast-paced event is jammed pack with ideas to engage students. Panelists will tip you on the best applications in VR creation, digital storytelling, making, and more! View On Demand
Presented by: Capstone, Mackin, ISTE & School Library Journal Event Date & Time: Thursday, October 19th, 2017, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM ET / 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM PT Ready for maximum takeaway? This fast-paced event is jammed pack with ideas to engage students. Panelists will tip you on the best applications in VR creation, digital storytelling, making, and more!

Panelists

  • Jordan Budisantoso - Founding Computer Science Teacher, Washington Leadership Academy
  • Rafranz Davis - Executive Director of Professional and Digital Learning, Lufkin (TX) Independent School District
  • Jaime Donally - Founder of #ARVRinEDU & #GlobalMakerDay
  • Steven Isaacs - Teacher, Game Design and Development, William Annin Middle School

Moderator

  • Kathy Ishizuka - Executive Editor, School Library Journal
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Karina

This was an absolutely FANTASTIC webinar! It was so chock full of useful information and obviously presenting 1 tool per minute made it a very concise presentation.

Posted : Oct 28, 2017 01:52


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