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Not a Bot: Preparing Students for Accepting New Tech in the Classroom

Back to school is always the time of year to take a deep breath before diving into the school year. In this 30-minute webcast, Elsie will share a few ways to test the tech waters in your classroom, so both you and your students can feel comfortable with adding new tech like Revision Assistant— whether it's at the beginning of the year or in the middle of a unit.

How to interpret a Turnitin Similarity Report

Senior Lecturer at the University of Wollongong Dr. Ann Rogerson DBA MMgmt (Dist) MEd (Dist) JP will discuss how to interpret a Turnitin Similarity Report.

Writing Instruction Beyond Standards: Digital Tools to Support Student Success

With so many districts adopting 1:1 technology initiatives that support math and literacy needs, there’s been a gap in tools that address the development of student writing skills. Join us for an engaging session with Kristine E. Pytash who will share with us ways to leverage digital tools to support students in meeting writing standards and college readiness goals.

Turnitin and Canvas: “Two Great Things that Go Great Together”

What are two great things that go even better together? Canvas and Turnitin, of course! Interested in learning more about how you can better leverage the use of Turnitin Similarity Reports in your Canvas assignments? Want to know what additional extensions you need to setup the Turnitin LTI external tool so that it meets your faculty’s needs best?

Technology in Hong Kong Classrooms

Of the 1,100+ schools in Hong Kong; several have a reputation as tech-rich. They are seen as the developers of technologies that support teaching, learning, and creative inquiry in schools across Asia. She will share top 10's as used at several of these tech-rich schools. These include apps, tools and services.

How to Implement Innovative Technology in Australian Classrooms

Toby Trewin will discuss how to implement innovative technology in Australian classrooms.