The Iowa 1:1 Institute exists to:
  • Help the Midwest’s 1:1 districts learn from each other about innovative teaching, learning, and administrative practices that are occurring in their districts;
  • Build excitement and ‘buzz’ around 1:1 laptop computing initiatives in the Midwest; and
  • Help others who are interested in 1:1 computing learn more about how to get started and be successful.
The institute is open to anyone interested in 1:1 laptop computing initiatives in P-12 schools, whether they currently are working in such a program or just want to learn more.  
Session Resources
Wednesday, April 8 • 11:30am - 12:30pm
Creating an Integrated Approach to Technology and Learning K-6.

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Wondering how a fully integrated 1:1elementary program might look? As we approach the end of our second year as a 1:1 elementary, we have developed an three-pronged approach. We will discuss how and why we organized in this way, how we work to implement each piece, and of course the troubles that we've encountered along the way. Discussion will also include the tools we've found most powerful to assist learning and how we hope to evaluate the program.

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Catherine Hines Hayes

Technology Integrationist, South Hamilton
Ms. Hayes has taught high school/middle school English, specializing in technology integrated projects, for 24 years. She earned her MA in Instructional Technology from the University of Northern Iowa, and while there presented on instructional design at the International Flat Classroom... Read More →

Kara Sloan

1st Grade Teacher, South Hamilton

Wednesday April 8, 2015 11:30am - 12:30pm
Room 320

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