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Saturday, September 19

1:20pm PDT

iCreate: Content Creation
Limited Capacity seats available

This is an opportunity to learn how to get kids involved in creating multimedia projects on the iPad. Learn about and explore different apps as well as how to structure learning activities to get students creating!

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Patricia Goon

Learning Resource Teacher, International School of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Patricia Goon is a second grade learning resource teacher at ISKL. Always interested in new technology, she has become quite passionate about discovering new ways to use iPads to inspire student creativity and differentiate learning in the classroom.
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Andy Shaw

Classroom Teacher, ISKL, Malaysia
Andrew Shaw is a fifth grade teachers at ISKL, a Seesaw Ambassador, and technology/innovation enthusiast. He is leading an innovation team at ISKL and finding creative ways to bring student voice and choice into the classrooms.

Saturday September 19, 2015 1:20pm - 2:15pm PDT

1:20pm PDT

Art, Design, and Photography tools for the iPad to build better content.
Limited Capacity seats available

Teachers and Students are content creators. How can I create a better style and look for my presentation? Let’s talk Art, Design, and Photography tools for the iPad to build better content. What are the strategies for importing media to other Apps? In this session, we will work to: • take better photos with the iPad / iPhone. • explore Drawing apps and tools. • create custom color schemes to achieve your desired look. • explore other’s creative commons licensed content, and how to credit it in your work. Let’s get creative in this session, and make beautiful content.

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Art Schultz

EdTech Specialist, Korea International School
South Korea

Saturday September 19, 2015 1:20pm - 2:15pm PDT

1:20pm PDT

Digital playground for the next generation (aka Digi CyberSAFE) the Malaysian context
Limited Capacity seats available

The Internet is a wonderful tool that allows families to learn, share and communicate. It is easily accessible through PCs, gaming consoles and mobile devices. This extremely enriching tool brings with it certain risks and dangers and therefore should be used responsibly to ensure a family friendly and safe internet experience. In a joint effort, DiGi, CyberSecurity Malaysia, Childline and Ministry of Education, are committed to creating greater awareness on the positive use of the Internet. Therefore, the 'DiGi CyberSafe Programme' is a proactive initiative to raise awareness and engage various communities on the subject.

Through a yearlong nationwide programme to be conducted in schools and community centres in year 2012, this programme have engaged more than 5,000 students and teachers from 272 schools, as well as 1,700 people from 14 "1Malaysia Internet Community Centres" to provide them the necessary resources and assistance to stay safe on the Internet.

In 2013, DiGi CyberSAFE in Schools aims to empower up to 450 educators and teachers nationwide as ambassadors. Working closely with our partners, it is our goal to develop sustainable engagement to more than 45,000 students from 450 schools across the country through our ambassadors.

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Philip Ling

Principal Corporate Responsibility Practitioner, Digi
Philip is a Principal Corporate Responsibility practitioner at DiGi Telecommunications, and leads in developing DiGi’s corporate responsibility initiatives in the areas of Community and Environmental programmes. He has previous work experience as a marketer in the FMCG industry... Read More →

Saturday September 19, 2015 1:20pm - 2:15pm PDT
Grade 5 Common Area

1:20pm PDT

Getting Creative with Garageband
Limited Capacity seats available

Great music is powerful, engaging, and memorable.  Great music that our students create brings passion, ownership, and pride.  With garageband, students are empowered to become music producers and create their own music content.  Multimedia projects needs music, and what better music than music the students have composed.  In this session we will engage in a collaborative song, create memorable music, and develop ideas for use in any classroom.

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Wesley Przybylski

Math Teacher, Thai-Chinese International School
Wesley Przybylski is currently the Learning Technology Director and Mathematics Department head at the Thai-Chinese International School in Bangkok Thailand. As an Apple Distinguished Educator, Google Certified Teacher, and Enthusiastic Educator Wesley inspires and promotes innovative... Read More →

Saturday September 19, 2015 1:20pm - 2:15pm PDT

1:20pm PDT

Teaching with iPads Without Neglecting Essential ICT Skills
Limited Capacity seats available

With the understandable rush to embrace authentic, integrated technology, we are in danger of losing something - a broad, balanced set of ICT Skills. But can we really have these without reverting to the bad old days of lab teaching? - yes we can.

We should not neglect opportunities to read and write, for example, realistic fiction, or physics or shape and space in Mathematics, I believe the same applies to what could be called the 'digital domains' or literacies of ICTs, such as, text, image, video, audio and data (with coding/control waiting in the wings) - this is easier than you might think, and this session will show just how easy it can be to have your digital cake and eat it.

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Sean McHugh

Technology Integration Specialist K-12, United World College of South East Asia - Dover
Digital Literacy Coach UWCSEAAsk me about why I like RAT so much.

Saturday September 19, 2015 1:20pm - 2:15pm PDT

1:20pm PDT

The Like and Selfies Generation
Limited Capacity seats available

How do teens' experiences on social media influence their body image? Today’s pre-teens and teens not only have the ability to share their thoughts, their photos, and their personal videos, they also have 24-hour-a-day access to feedback from others. 


  • What are some of the different ways that social media impacts body image?
  •  How do LIKES contribute to self worth?
  • The difference between the kinds of pictures girl share of themselves and the kinds boys share  
  • What influences the definition of beauty?

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Robyn Treyvaud

Founder, Cyber Safe Kids
For the past decade I have been working with public, private and international schools assisting students, educators, school leaders and parent communities to understand the challenges of living and working in the digital world and then equip them to meet these challenges. I provide... Read More →

Saturday September 19, 2015 1:20pm - 2:15pm PDT
Grade 3 Common Area