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Boulder Valley hosts iPad Learning Day

Finally, an opportunity for teachers to get a leg up on their students when it comes to using an iPad.

Teachers in the Boulder Valley School District will get lots of tips Saturday as part of “iPad Learning Day” at Centaurus High School. The professional development opportunity will offer new teaching tools and ideas in conjunction with iPads available for use in schools.

The event differs from many teacher training events because it is a “choose your own adventure” conference, through which educators will be able to choose which sessions will benefit them the most.

In addition, the event aims to enhance teachers’ and administrators’ knowledge of strategies and classroom uses with iPad apps; provide collaborative time with peers to create and share lesson content with other educators, especially with colleagues of same grade level and/or content area; and assist administrators in learning how to use the iPad in their schools and with their staffs.

iPad Learning Day is open to all educators in the district.

For more information or a detailed schedule of available sessions, please visit the iPad Learning Day website.

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