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Saturday, October 29 • 8:30am - 9:30am
Game-Based Learning in the Classroom

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This session will discuss game fundamentals and ways to use games for supporting learning in the classroom.
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Parker Kelly

Technology Teacher, Las Lomitas Elementary School District
Technology elective teacher and tech TOSA for the district. Work in a 4-8 environment with a Mac lab, 2 Windows labs, 1:1 iPads and other devices. 17 years designing technology curriculum for: | -Productivity tools | -Digital Media Manipulation and Art | -3D design, printing and animation | -Programming and Coding | -Student-Run Broadcasting | -Networking and Cloud use | -iPad and Chromebook integration
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Christy Novack

Access, Equity, & Innovation Specialist, Pacifica School District
Christy has been a public school educator for 14 years. Previously, she trained teachers on how to integrate and use technology tools at San Francisco State University. She also created and taught several technology elective courses for 6-8th graders. She now works as a specialist for Pacifica School District assisting the development of innovative learning practices and supporting the integration of technology in the K-8 classroom.



Saturday October 29, 2016 8:30am - 9:30am
D281 (inside building, 2nd floor, outside room) Building D

Attendees (34)