This was my fifth -- fifth! -- year at EdRev and it was maybe the best one yet. I'm so grateful to my gracious hosts at PEN for inviting me to speak and for welcoming me so warmly back to my west coast home in SF. Here are some highlights from my trip. The keynote … Continue reading Event Debrief: EdRev 2015
Here's the second round of workshops on offer this afternoon. It is almost impossible to choose among all these great speakers. Being social beyond texts, pictures, tweets, or posts! College for LD Students: Getting In and Staying In Executive Functioning: Practical Strategies for Parents & Teachers How to Implement an Executive Function Curriculum in the … Continue reading EdRev Workshops: Round Two
Here are the session one workshops this afternoon here at EdRev. Needless to say, there's an embarrassment of riches represented here. An Overview of Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD) – An Audiologist’s Perspective Executive Functioning: What it is and How to Support it Confidence Can Be Learned, Lowers Anxiety and Improves Focus: Tricks of the … Continue reading EdRev Workshops: Round One
The next event here at EdRev is the keynote, presented this year by educational consultant Jonathan Mooney. You can read more about the keynote here, and you can find more about his life and work here. Enjoy!
We're live here in the tech demo booths at EdRev! Here's a photo of Mr Jaravata and his LEGO robotics setup.
Here's my table setup at the teacher tech demo booth! To follow along, here are some links to the websites and developers connected to the apps I'll demo today. Evernote Notability Google Apps for Education
I'm attending Parents Education Network's annual big event, EdRev, at AT&T Park today. This is the sixth annual installment of the event, and it's always a great opportunity to hear great speakers and connect with others who champion the needs of neurodiverse learners. It's consistently inspiring, interesting, and fun. And besides: when else do you … Continue reading Live from EdRev!
I'm presenting right now at EdRev! For those attending my presentation or visiting my site later, here are some links to sites I think are great resources for the topics I'm discussing today. Common Sense Media: http://www.commonsensemedia.org Shelley Haven: http://www.techpotential.net/ Ann Farris: http://dyslexiadiscovery.com/assistive-technology/ Yale Center for Dyslexia and Creativity: http://dyslexia.yale.edu/HaveDyslexia.html Each of these sties offer … Continue reading My EdRev Workshop: Success Starts at Home
I'm presenting today at PEN's big show--the annual EdRev conference at AT&T Park! I'm presenting this afternoon at 3:45 PM, and I'll be posting brief updates between now and then. It's a beautiful day to be at the ballpark! Learn more about EdRev on the PEN site here.
Have I mentioned how much I like this event? By the by, the grass is really soft.