Between June 17 and 21, 2013, educators attending the second annual Google Education Summit can focus on enhancing teaching skills through the development of dynamic, media-rich, and interactive Google projects.
The Google Education Summit is designed for educators seeking to develop 21st century skills. Attendees receive a Chromebook and explore new educational technologies with renowned presenters in the field of digital education.
Our iPad in Education course alumni share with us their favorite classroom iPad apps.
Join ninety fellow educators in July 2012 for the Google Education Summit at Wisconsin Lutheran College. Attendees will develop essential Google skills and create projects designed to enhance instructional practice while earning three graduate credits and receiving a FREE Google Chromebook!
Teachers often lack the time to learn new software; however, students love multimedia and it can dramatically increase student achievement. This post includes two accessible solutions sure to engage students.
Professor Joe Du Fore, Director of Digital Education at Wisconsin Lutheran College, discusses the remarkable benefits of utilizing an iPad in a school classroom.
Prof. Joe Du Fore, Director of Digital Education at Wisconsin Lutheran College (WLC), discusses the pervasive nature of technology in our everyday lives and highlights instructional technology initiatives at WLC.
Prof. Joe Du Fore, Director of Digital Education at Wisconsin Lutheran College, discusses the role of the Instructional Design Center.
SMART Board interactive whiteboards allow instructors to be both flexible and creative. This post offers four of the top ways to utilize just some of the potential that the SMART Board has to offer.