New Class: Apps for Mobile Devices

Are you ready to explore the possibilities of mobile learning? Do you find yourself learning on the go? What about your students? Are they connecting to mobile devices on and off your campus? Come to this class and explore the world of learning in your hand!  Apps for Mobile Devices workshop takes place in the tele September 26 & 27 (Monday & Tuesday) from 4 to 7 p.m. each evening.

If you or your students have an iPhone, iPad, iPod, Droid or other smart, mobile device this class is for you! We will share the best apps to use with your mobile device to keep you and your students connected, organized, and engaged. By embracing these mobile devices, educators will increase understanding and achievement. Participants will walk away with ideas and a new toolbox of mobile learning applications to provide organization, communication, and curriculum enhancement. This is a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) class that will provide you with hands-on time to learn and share.

The cost of this class is $149 for a CSD member and $189 for a non-member. There is no graduate credit available at this time. Register for this new class offered by the Virtual Learning Center of Cooperating School Districts by clicking here.

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  1. Mobile Learning is also one of the strands for the upcoming Midwest Education Technology Conference (look for #METC on Twitter).

    This strand focuses on learning and teaching using mobile devices; the target audience is teachers and leaders interested in using handheld devices in the classroom and for professional development, as well as those educators interested in 1-1 initiatives.

    –> Smart Phones & PDA’s
    –> eReaders (Kindle, Nook, Kobo)
    –> iPads & iPods
    –> Tablets & Netbooks
    –> AlphaSmart Neo & Neo2

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