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Friday, April 12 • 2:00pm - 3:15pm
The Six Million Dollar Teacher: How Canvas Can Make Teachers Bionic!

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The job of preparing students to be successful and inspiring them to learn has always been demanding but with the addition of the Common Core, teachers are being asked to take learning to the next level. Teachers will need to be equipped with new curricular resources and tools to enable them to meet this challenge. Come see how Canvas can help transform teachers and give them superhuman abilities to deliver instructional resources, gauge learning and interact with students in ways they never could before.


Speakers
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Steve Brunner

Solutions Engineer, Instructure
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Keith Lew

K12 Regional Director, Instructure
Keith Lew has spent the last 14 years helping to design, deliver and support 21st-century learning environments for numerous K-12 schools and districts. In addition to his 9+ years representing Apple, Keith's specialties include 1-to-1 technology initiatives, digital media production and implementing cloud-based software solutions—like Turnitin for plagiarism prevention, Naviance for college and career readiness and, of course, Canvas.
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Chris Long

Ed Tech Coordinator, HBUHSD
Chris Long is an instructional leader who is passionate about using technology to create collective and innovative environments to improve teaching and learning. With 18 years of high school physics teaching experience, Chris thrives when he is helping students and educators to ask questions and experiment. | | This past year, Chris designed and taught Advanced Instructional Strategies in the Virtual Classroom for UCI. This is a Massive... Read More →
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Nick Schwab

Teacher, Huntington Beach Union High School District


Friday April 12, 2013 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Pelican Hill

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