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Pen & Touch for Education? Head to the WIPTE Conference April 28-30, Redmond, WA, USA

 

 

Teaching Science, Math, or Engineering? Then you need more than touch - you need a digital pen... and the WIPTE conference will help you and your students take full advantage of the Power of the Pen.

 

If you're looking for a chance to roll up your sleeves and discuss learning & teaching with tablets or other pen-enabled devices, WIPTE is the conference for you! Hosted at the Microsoft Campus in Redmond this year, the conference "...has been part of making this revolution happen by bringing together educators and students, researchers, developers, manufacturers and decision makers to look at and experience the current and coming state of the art around these technologies. WIPTTE is unique in bringing such a diverse group together to interact and share research, experiences tools, lessons learned and ideas for future directions."

 

If you do attend, please Tweet me (@jgvanides) or comment here - I'd love to hear any insights you gain from being there...

 

- Jim

 

 

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About the Author
  • Jim Vanides is responsible for the vision, strategy, design, and implementation of education technology innovation initiatives. His focus is the effective use of technology to create powerful learning experiences that help students around the world succeed. He has been instrumental in launching over 1200 primary, secondary, and higher education projects in 41 countries, including the HP Catalyst Initiative - a 15-country network of 60+ education organizations exploring innovations in STEM(+) learning and teaching. In addition to his work at HP, Jim teaches an online course for Montana State University on the Science of Sound, a masters-level, conceptual physics course for teachers in grades 5 through 8. Jim’s past work at HP has included engineering design, engineering management, and program management in R&D, Manufacturing, and Business Development. He holds a BS in Engineering and a MA in Education, both from Stanford University.
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