iPad in the Teaching & Learning of Science 2014

This event was on May 16, 2014 8:30 am

iPad in the TEACHING & LEARNING of Science


‘Discover new ways of learning science with iPad’

About the Session

The highly visual and directly interactive nature of the iPad opens a door to new and exciting ways of teaching science.

In this seminar, Andrew Souch, a secondary school science teacher with 22 years’ classroom experience leads a discovery of the many ways iPads can be used to enhance teaching and learning in the science classroom.

From astronomy to chemistry to biology and physics, there are some beautifully designed iPad apps that allow visualisation of science concepts and content, and the development of science skills that just a few years ago were difficult to present in meaningful and interesting ways. Many of the best free/cheap iPad science apps still have no equivalent available on a laptop computer.

As well as discovering and sharing great iPad science apps, participants will also learn how students can use their iPads to creatively produce and publish their own content. In addition, Andrew will demonstrate a range of tips and tricks for putting the iPad to productive use in the science classroom.

Participants will leave this workshop with new apps to explore with their science classes, new ideas for having their students use iPads to record their learning and publish it to authentic audiences and new insights into 21st century pedagogies that are supported by the iPad.


Session Details

Session date: Friday May 16, 2014

Times: 9.30am – 3.30pm

Location: Catholic Leadership Centre

576-578 Victoria Parade, East Melbourne, Vic 3002

Cost: $325 (ex.gst)

About the Presenter


Andrew Douch

In recent years he has won numerous awards for his work with emerging technologies in education, including an Australian government award for quality schooling, the Victorian education excellence award for curriculum innovation and the Microsoft worldwide innovative teacher of the year. His presentations on 21st century learning, educational change, and transformative use of ICT have made Andrew a highly sought-after conference presenter and facilitator of professional learning workshops in schools and tertiary institutions.

“You don’t need to be very good with technology to do very good things with technology”. 


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