Our presenter~Liz Kolb

is a clinical assistant professor at the University of Michigan.

She has written several books, including Cell Phones in the Classroom and Unleash the Learning Power of Your Child's Cell Phone. Kolb has been a featured and keynote speaker at conferences throughout the U.S. and Canada.She is the creator of the Triple E Framework for effective teaching with digital technologies, and she blogs at cellphonesinlearning.com.


Thursday February 2, 2017 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM EST
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Lunch and Learn Session Cost $79.00

We will have ordering information on site for Dr. Kolb's new book.

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MEMSPA Training Center 
1980 N. College Rd.
Mason, MI 48854

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Lunch and Learn

Apps and Websites: Fostering Co-Engagement 

  • Technology has become ubiquitous in K-12 learning.  Yet, with over 10,000 educational apps and websites, it is difficult to discern which ones make the most sense for use with students the classroom. 


  • Many district leaders have started using the Triple E Framework (endorsed in an upcoming book by ISTE and Heinemann) as a tool to help teacher's learn to leverage technology to meet learning goals, focusing on the learning first and technology second. 


  • This workshop will share the practical framework of how to quickly evaluate apps and websites for creating authentic learning inside and outside of the classroom.  


  • In particular we will look at co-use, time on task, value-added, and real world application. 


  • Using the Triple E Framework, we will consider how good instructional practices can couple with educational apps and websites to create a magic mix for leveraging learning.  


  • This will be a hands-on workshop, where we will use the Triple E rubrics and share examples of how districts are using the Triple E Framework to further education technology to allow teachers to create opportunities for effective learning based on the National Education Technology Plan!

Liz Kolb Ph.D. offers this link prior to the session...

Article on the Triple E Framework