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2019 Digital Learning Symposium
Fostering Inquiry: Personal Learning in Digital Environments_____________________________________

Live recordings: bit.ly/dlsymp19 

Session presentations: bit.ly/DLsymp19Presentations

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Tuesday, April 9 • 10:00am - 11:15am
Digital Learning Playground

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Drop-in anytime between 10:30 - 4:30 to learn about features, options, and adapting cool tools for your digital learning classroom; ask questions or hang out and chat with the experts


EdTechTeam Highlights
  1. Google Cardboard - experience virtual reality in a simple, fun and affordable way.
  2. Creation in 360° - discover different methods for creating 360° photos and video
  3. Makey Makey -  circuits and coding made easy.  Start inventing with Makey Makey.
  4. GSuite - collaborate and create with the many applications of Google’s GSuite tools
  5. Google Geo Tools - Maps, Tour Builder, Google Earth, and more
  6. Google Hangouts - use Hangouts for text, video conferencing, screencasting, or phone calls
  7. Google Search - tips for effective searching
  8. DoInk App for iPads - learn how students can create backdrops using green screens or just the app
  9. Hyperdocs - design digital lessons to redefine the way you teach


Microsoft Education Team Highlights
  1. OneNote - a framework for content creation, distribution, communication integrated in your LMS
  2. Microsoft Teams - engage today’s learners in interactive ways
  3. Minecraft Education - from engaging collaboration to code building in Minecraft
  4. Microsoft Accessibility - explore features and integrated assistive technologies
  5. Microsoft Sway - see how students can create reports, newsletters, and showcase presentations
  6. Microsoft Forms - assess student learning, create surveys, quizzes, polls with results in real time
  7. Skype - creating global communities
  8. Microsoft MakeCode - an in-browser coding platform for use on any device
  9. Microsoft Paint - a reimagined 3D palette that integrates photos, videos, and other media
  10. FlipGrid - check out how to integrate this free app for “flipping” your classroom

Speakers
avatar for Alexandra Le Marquand

Alexandra Le Marquand

Senior Learning Development Specialist, Microsoft Education
Alexandra Le Marquand is a Senior Learning Development Specialist at Microsoft in the Quebec and Eastern Canada region. Before her time in this program she graduated from McGill University, holding a Bachelor’s of Education at the Elementary level. Alexandra is passionate about... Read More →
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Michelle Armstrong

Regional Director,, EdTech
A self professed Google Geek, Michelle is experiencing first-hand how Google Apps and collaboration are changing the face of education. Enamoured by the power of Google, she became a Google Education Trainer in March 2013 and a Google Certified Teacher in July 2014. These certifications... Read More →
avatar for Renee Goncalves

Renee Goncalves

Community Development Specialist, Microsoft Education
As a Community Development Specialist Renee works to build direct and authentic relationships with education communities that help them discover, use and love Microsoft products and technologies. A certified Microsoft Innovative Educator Trainer, she delivers professional development... Read More →
avatar for Toby Sheldon

Toby Sheldon

Microsoft Learning Specialist, Microsoft Education
Toby Sheldon is a Microsoft Learning Development Specialist situated in Vancouver, BC. He holds degrees in Physics and Education from the University of Alberta. Toby taught High School Science and Math for five years, and moved up to the position of Principal. Toby's passion for education... Read More →


Tuesday April 9, 2019 10:00am - 11:15am
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