Eanes Apple Academy Application
Eanes Apple Academy is a 3-day professional development program. As part of a diverse group of educators from across the district, attendees will learn how use Apple technology to do amazing things and engage learners in powerful, new ways. The course will cover exploration and use of iPad apps and content as well as focus on creativity and productivity with iLife and iWork on the Macbook. We'll end with an exploration in the best practices for technology integration in your main curricular areas and create an actual takeaway "Apptivity" to be used next year. EISD Apple Academy is intended for teachers who are committed to technology integration. Attendees are expected to share their experiences with colleagues on their campuses through the 2012-2013 school year.
Deadline for applicants is Friday, April 6th.
How familiar are you with Apple products? (Mac, iPhone, iPad, iPod)
I know the basics
I am pretty skilled with them personally, but don't use them to teach with
I'm a master of using and integrating them into my class
Which of the following prior training sessions have you attended?
(select all that apply)
iPad Immersion (last summer)
Apple-based off-site workshops (at TCEA for example)
iPad Orientation with an Ed Tech
After school or planning time training on integration
Appy Hour and/or Lunch n' Learns
Please describe some examples of how you embed technology into your current classroom
Part of a requirement of this academy is that you share what you learned with your staff, please describe any training or presenting you've done in the past
How do you plan on mentoring/sharing this new learning with your staff in Fall?
This course will be offered twice this summer - Please select the dates you can attend
I can attend either date
This Academy may require a late day/working lunch on the second day of training. By applying for this training you agree to staying for the entire training from beginning to end.
I understand and still want to apply
I can't work that into my schedule
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