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 • 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Walk in our Shoes…. A Student’s Tech Perspective!

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Enough of adults talking about tech in the classroom, come listen to some of my 5th graders walk you through a sample of the tech projects they have completed this school year. Coding, Google Maps, Thinglink, Prezi, Google Sites, Sphero Robots, Google Classroom, Blogging, and more will be shared by the students. Hear their thoughts on using tech in the classroom!

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Andrew Fenstermaker

Instructional Technology Coordinator/Tech Coach, Iowa City Schools
Andrew Fenstermaker currently serves as the Instructional Technology Coordinator for the Iowa City School District and an Adjunct Professor at the University of Iowa. Even though he is short on hair, he is full of creative ways to inspire and build the capacity of others with innovative... Read More →

Wednesday April 8, 2015 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Room 311

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