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Monday, February 26 • 1:15pm - 3:30pm
Capture This: Video Editing Alternatives

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Student-created videos are GREAT authentic assessments but trying to navigate so many options can be overwhelming for both new and veteran teachers alike. In this session, we will explore video editing tools that are both student and school friendly. Options for iPad, Chromebook, AND laptop schools will be provided. Participants will leave this hands on workshop having created several fun and informative videos, with lots of lesson ideas for use in the classroom.

Presenters
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Pete Dulany

President / Founder, Dulany Consulting Inc.
After spending ten years as a high school math and technology teacher in the suburbs of Chicago, Pete Dulany has spent the last six years helping schools across the country reach their technology goals. Pete is a faculty member at Concordia University Chicago, a Google Certified Trainer... Read More →

Co-Presenters
avatar for Haley Kalinichenko

Haley Kalinichenko

Haley is a Google Certified Teacher and Apple Teacher, and loves to run hands-on and engaging professional development sessions for teachers about the best practices for using SMART Boards, iPads, and Google Suite for Education for instruction at all grade levels. | | Haley also... Read More →


Monday February 26, 2018 1:15pm - 3:30pm
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