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Equip • Engage • Empower

Every day, learning is taking place across barriers once thought to be insurmountable. For the 15th anniversary of OETC, join more than 6,000 attendees to explore the endless possibilities that distance learning and alternative learning models provide. Attendees will come together to teach and learn about new ways to equip, engage, and empower learners and educators across the state and beyond!


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Tuesday, February 12 • 10:45am - 11:30am
Using Mobile Devices in the Classroom: the Student's Point of View and Are We There Yet?

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Do you know the difference between mobile ios, android, Linux based devices and their applications in and out of the classroom? Do you know mobile devices can be used as assessment systems with Google Apps? What type of wireless network do I need to support these devices? Did you know students can be your best ambassador for learning and implementation in the classroom? If you are not sure how to answer any of the above question this session is for you.

Speakers
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Katie Brickner

Senior, Hopewell-Loudon Schools
Katie Brickner is a new addition to the Tech Team this year. She is and Apple ios and Android user. Katie is in Post-Secondary Option Classes and with Varsity Band
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Eric Cassidy

Juinor, Hopewell-Loudon Schools
Eric Cassidy has presented at local and state technology conferences in the past on the use of mobile devices in the classroom a students point of view. Eric is a CCNT student, varsity band member and adept to android and Apple iOS devices.
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Nichole Jiran

Superintendent, Hopewell-Loudon Schools
Ms. Jiran is in her first year as superintendent at Hopewell-Loudon. Her previous experience has included that of teacher, assistant principal, and principal. She received her Bachelor’s degree from Miami University and her Master’s degree from the University of Cincinnati. She has been in education for 20 years and loves technology. Her latest project is a Twitter page for the school district.
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Kelly Stahl

Assistant Principal, Hopewell-Loudon Schools
Ms. Stahl is in her third year as assistant principal and is the Hopewell-Loudon’s curriculum coordinator. Her efforts with the teachers leadership teams as resulted in continued excellence in the primary and secondary building in our district.


Tuesday February 12, 2013 10:45am - 11:30am
D230-231