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Monday, December 10 • 8:00am - 8:50am
Google, iPad and Web 2.0 Tools to Inspire the Reluctant Student

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Discover how to leverage Google Apps for Education with iPads and explore numerous web2.0 tools to inspire and motivate the reluctant student. Attendees will learn how 21st-century tools can be blended to meet and enhance their special education, Title 1 and RTI programming needs.

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Nick Bakke

Teacher, Cashton School District
Nick Bakke a middle school social studies teacher in the Cashton School District. He is very passionate about education and what it is transforming into. He has developed a system of gaming in his classroom to enhance his students' academic learning and engagement. He is an application based presenter who provides real teaching simulations to improve your classroom whether with Google Apps for Education or other web 2.0 tools. Nick has... Read More →
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Caleb Hundt

Special Education Teacher, Cashton Public Schools
Over the years I have worked very hard utilizing and learning about the various technological advancements that our world offers. I have used these advancements to my advantage and my students who receive special education services have been the beneficiaries. The students and I use several web2.0 tools, apps, and Google within our daily lessons. Our classroom is not typical, it is not normal. My classroom is paperless, it is unique and it is... Read More →

Monday December 10, 2012 8:00am - 8:50am
Millennium Forum South

Attendees (180)