You don't need to be very good with technology to do very good things with technology.
This workshop will explore a selection of easy-to-use technologies and gadgets Andrew has found to be easy to use, free (or inexpensive), and inherently engaging to students. Teachers will feel empowered to walk into class the very next day and start using their new repertoire of engaging and powerful tools.

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Andrew Douch is an independent education consultant and a teacher with 22 years classroom experience.
In recent years he has won numerous awards for his work with emerging technologies in education, including an Australian Government Award for Quality Schooling, the Victorian Education Excellence Award for Curriculum Innovation and the Microsoft Worldwide Innovative Teacher of the Year. His presentations on 21st Century learning, educational change, and transformative use of ICT have made Andrew a highly sought-after conference presenter and facilitator of professional learning workshops in schools and tertiary institutions. Andrew's key message is that it is no longer necessary to be "tech-savvy" in order to leverage the power of educational technology for engagement.

Notes accompanying this session can be downloaded from here.