In this two-day hands-on workshop, teachers will explore three native applications in depth (iMovie, Pages and Keynote), learn about inbuilt features of the Mac Operating System and explore Apple's latest publishing innovation: iBooks Author. The course will cover the following modules:
1. Apple Creativity and Productivity tools (iMovie, Pages and Keynote)
Take a deep dive into the advanced features of these popular programmes to create sophisticated movies, multimedia presentations, infographics, displays and posters that pop.
2. Mac Operating System
Learn shortcuts and hidden features of the Mac OS to unlock new levels of productivity and efficiency.
3. iBooks Author
Create multi-touch books that take learning to a new level of content interactivity and understanding.
Keri-Lee is an Apple Distinguished Educator (ADE) and Professional Developer (APD) currently working as a Digital Literacy Coach at United World College of South East Asia in Singapore – an IB World School. With over 13 years international teaching experience in New Zealand, England, Indonesia and Singapore, she enjoys working with educators to help support them in using technology to enhance learning across multiple subject areas. Keri-Lee has been invited to share her knowledge and passion for educational technologies at conferences and events, including Learning 2.012 in Beijing, 21st Century Learning Hong Kong, Teach IT, Hands on Literacy & Global Entrepreneurship Week at Singapore Polytechnic.
Throughout his 13 year career as an international educator, David Caleb has combined two of his passions - technology and photography. He is the author of two photography books, and is currently writing an instructional iBook on Photography, and co-authoring an iBook on Photography with iOS Devices designed for students. David is an Apple Distinguished Educator and Professional Developer, who has presented at many conferences in the Asia region, including Learning 2.012 in Beijing, Teach IT in Singapore, and most recently at Nanyang Polytechnic.
When: Saturday, 23 and Sunday, 24 November, 2013
Time: 8:30am - 4:30pm (until 3pm on Sunday)
Where: UWCSEA East Campus
SUNY Graduate Credit