San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Workshop Description: In this workshop we will look at mobile apps, consider what they do and how to make them.We will work with a couple of free online tools that will help you get started to make your own app. A good workshop for those who:
- use mobile devices and are curious about how your apps work.
- want to try to make an app for yourself.
- are dipping your toes into a bigger app project and want to test the waters.
Hands On. BYOC (Bring your own camper): This is a hands on workshop so bring your own laptop (oservers without computers are also welcome).
Presenter Bio: Jane Wilde is a passionate gamer, learner, teacher and flat water kayaker.
A veteran teacher of 30 years, Jane has taught in special and general education at every grade k-12. For the past 8 years her attention has been directed to teacher training and professional development. She describes her own teaching and the workshops/courses she offers as "always in a state of becoming." Excited by the intersection of technology and cognitive theory, Jane is exploring how to learn deeply through virtually authentic experience.
She is on the faculty of Marlboro College Graduate School where she teaches courses in educational technology and pedagogy. Her favorite course is called Teaching and Learning in Virtual Worlds. She also teaches instructional design courses at SUNY Albany where she is pursuing a doctoral degree. Though her gaming, research and online teaching have her behind a screen several hours each day, she finds the time to visit area ponds and lakes with her bright yellow kayak.
Free! This workshop is free to the public, but please RSVP so we know how many to anticipate.
Presented By: TheEdTech Program of Marlboro College Graduate School. Individual classes certificates, and masters degrees in educational technology, information at: http://gradschool.marlboro.edu/academics/edtech/
When & Where
Hands On Tech Workshops
FREE Hands On Technology workshops, sponsored by the EdTech Program at Marlboro College Graduate School in Brattleboro, Vermont. HOT workshops take place on the last Tuesday of every month Sept - May from 5:30-7:00pm.