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MCLD Presents

2 GET APPy Workshops 1

Friday November 2nd at 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

 

Topic: Apps to promote literacy, writing, math, communication and other K-6 skills for children with LD, ADHD and other diverse ways of learning.

Target Audience: Parents of children in K-6, teachers and professionals, (Both techies and non-techies welcome!)

Date: Friday November 2nd

Time: 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Location: NDG YMCA, 4335 Av Hampton, Montreal, H4A 2L3

Free for MCLD members – $10 for non-members.

For more information or to register for the workshop call Judy Deere at: (450) 698-2425

During this workshop participants will have the opportunity:

  1. To acquire knowledge of Apps that can promote literacy, math, writing, communication and other K-6 skills for a diversity of learners.
  2. To learn about the functional features in an app
  3. To explore several Apps in each of the learning areas.
  4. To learn to how to evaluate an App for its key features.
  5. To identify if an App is a potential match for a learner’s specific needs.

Workshop led by:

Roberta Thomson

M.A. Educational Technology
Educational Consultant
Course Instructor – McGill University/LaSalle College

 

MCLD Presents

GET APPy2 (High School) Workshops 2

Saturday November 3, 2018 pm at 2:00 pm

 

Want to play with some awesome ‘lit’ APPs that can be used in school!

Apps you can use for writing, math, communication and other high school activities! They’re DOPE! (Means awesome).

Target Audience: Teens grades 7-11, teachers and professionals, (Both techies and non-techies welcome!)

Date: Saturday November 3, 2018 pm

Time: 2:00 pm

Location: NDG YMCA, 4335 Av Hampton, Montreal, H4A 2L3

Free for MCLD members – $10 for non-members.

For more information or to register for the workshop call Judy Deere at: (450) 698-2425

During this workshop participants will have the opportunity:

  1. To acquire knowledge of Apps that can promote literacy, math, writing, communication and other grades 7-11 skills for a diversity of learners.
  2. To learn about the functional features in an app
  3. To explore several Apps in each of the learning areas
  4. To learn to how to evaluate an App for it’s key features
  5. To identify if an App is a potential match for a learner’s specific needs.

Workshop led by:

Roberta Thomson

M.A. Educational Technology
Educational Consultant
Course Instructor – McGill University/LaSalle College