Multiple displays and small-group collaboration – ISTE presentation
If you’ve been ‘wowed’ by the impact that one interactive display can have on teaching and learning, then you’ll be fascinated by Dave Effron’s ISTE presentation on multiple displays in the classroom!
Stop by booth 3313 tomorrow at 11 am to attend Dave’s presentation, Multiple displays and small-group collaboration.
Using his STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) classroom as an example, Dave will share how he has created a student-centered learning environment, using multiple displays, like SMART Board interactive whiteboards and complementary products like SMART Response interactive response systems and SMART Document Cameras.
You’ll learn how Dave enables collaborative group learning by designing a student-centered classroom where students are grouped, presented with an engaging challenge, and collaboratively develop a solution. Groups determine a driving question, a solution, and prepare a presentation.
In this presentation, he will also discuss how to use technology to engage and maximize group time on task, and address management issues and technology troubleshooting.
Dave is currently a Computer Technology and Engineering Educator at Starling STEM Middle School in Columbus, Ohio. Dave’s classroom uses the STEM model and problem-based learning (PBL) to engage small groups in collaborative inquiry.
Dave has been the STEM Engineering Coach for the National Society of Black Engineers as well as a Mentor Teacher for the Teacher Quality Enhancement Partnership with The Ohio State University. Dave is a SMART Exemplary Educator (SEE), a SMART Notebook Certified Trainer, and a STAR Discovery Educator. Dave has presented at the National Science Teachers Association Annual Conference in 2010 and 2011 and was selected to present at the SEE Summit in 2011.
Learning sessions you’ll love – ISTE 2012