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PD for Students: A Base Camp Model for Training Students to Use Devices

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Ensuring that an entire class or grade level has a certain baseline of skills for a particular device is no easy feat, but it can be made much easier with a Base Camp. Base Camps that focus on a specific device, such as iPads or Chromebooks, expedite the training process and help to ensure that all students have the appropriate skills to be successful with the technology they are using. Join Lisa Johnson, @TechChef4u, as she highlights the steps involved in holding a Base Camp, including permissions, communications, support, logistics, supply, and setup. While the strategies and examples Lisa shares involve iPads, the strategies, logistics, and structures employed are applicable to a multitude of devices and initiatives, such as Chromebooks or a project-based learning base camp.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Thursday, January 18, 2018 @ 5:00 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Mobile Learning Intermediate
Tags: Chromebooks, device training, iPads, mobile learning, student training, tablets, technology training

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Thanks for sharing all the information!
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Good info, pleasant voice, clear diction, but she went too fast and did not leave info on screen long enough to copy. She also breezed by the evaluation pages too fast. I felt out of breath—as if being hurried through to get webinar over with.
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