Earlier this week I sent out an email about super-early registration for the Practical Ed Tech Summer Camp. Some people have already jumped on that offer and others have emailed me with questions about the Practical Ed Tech Summer Camp. Here’s a short list of the some of the frequently asked questions and their answers.
1. What topics will be covered in the workshop?
• Teaching search strategies
• How to use AR & VR in your classroom
• Coding with kids
• Making movies
• Fun formative assessment
• Putting it all together…
2. Do I have to be a G Suite for Education user?
No, you do not. This is not a G Suite for Education training session.
3. I teach elementary school, will this be too advanced for my students?
No. This is designed to be inclusive of all K-12 educators.
3. Do I need to bring my laptop/ iPad/ Chromebook?
Yes, you must bring your own laptop, Chromebook, iPad, or Android tablet. Better yet, bring them all.
4. Do I have to stay at the Bethel Inn & Resort?
No, you can stay anywhere you want and you will still get breakfast and lunch included in your registration.
5. What can my spouse and kids do during the day?
The resort itself offers an 18 hour golf course, walking and biking paths, swimming, and spa services. There are outfitters in town who are happy to provide canoe and kayak rentals and shuttle service so you can explore the Androscoggin River that flows through town.
6. I’m thinking about flying, is there public transportation available between the airport and the resort?
While the Bethel Inn & Resort is in a beautiful location, it is about an hour’s drive from the Portland airport. I recommend renting a car if you are flying to Maine.
7. I need to register with a purchase order, can you accommodate that?
Yes, I can. I’d prefer if you can register online, but I can accept a PO from most schools in the U.S. Send me an email to start that process.
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>> Source: Free Technology for Teachers