Conference 2012

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Handouts and links provided by presenters from the 2012 CUEBC Conference at John Oliver Secondary in Vancouver. Contact dwong@sd43.bc.ca if there are any problems.

Ian Jukes – 2012 Keynote
www.fluency21.com

Conference 2012: Ian Jukes Interview
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UUc99YOIFX8

Verena Roberts – Creating an Open Online Course for K-12 students, parents or teachers
http://openlearningk12.wikispaces.com/

Linda Kwan – Technology for the English Classroom
http://reflectionsfromuhill.wordpress.com/2012/10/19/technology-in-the-english-classroom/

Gary Toews – Gary Toews
http://sd34mdug.com/2012/10/19/integrating-ipads-into-your-classroom-october-19-2012/

Carolyn Durley – Flipping Out: Reinventing Your Classroom Using the Flipped Model
WhiteboardingActivities.docx

CellularPacket2.docx

IntroductionToScreencasting.docx

PreCalc11Unit3Booklet.pdf

Shelagh Lim – There’s an App for That! Supporting Math and Science
Apps List

Darren Yung – Google Android
http://goo.gl/mqCM7

Paul Klintworth – Effective Presentation Tools for Students (and Teachers!)
http://techspaced.weebly.com/1/post/2012/10/cuebc-provincial-conference1.html

http://techspaced.weebly.com/1/post/2012/10/grade-2-yew-lake-photo-story.html

http://techspaced.weebly.com/1/post/2012/09/terry-fox-run-video.html

John Steele Sponsored by Dell Canada – BYOD as One Strategy for Enabling Connected Learning
CUEBC 2012 Distribution.pptx

AlbertaEducationBYODGuide.pdf

BYODPolicyImplementationGuide.pdf

BYOTFrequentlyAskedQuestions.pdf

BYOTStudentTeacherParentGuide.pdf

CEATeachingTheWayWeAspireToTeach.pdf

ConqueringTodayBYODChallenges.pdf

Chuck Hocker – Bringing Digital Photography into the Elementary Classroom
Art Posters

Bringing Digital Photography to an Intermediate Classroom

Camera Newsletter

Photography Project Handout

Photography Unit Background Assessment

Rule of Thirds Powerpoint

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