Is it time for some professional development to broaden your commitment to the integration of technology in your teaching? Do you seek to deepen your application of the iPad and its use in the classroom? Trying to figure out what #EdTech is all about?
iTeach is the place for you this summer!
San Domenico School, a leader in one-to-one integrated iPad learning, is hosting our fifth annual premier professional development event for teachers, education technologists, and school administrators. This program is designed by educators for educators at all levels: those taking first steps in implementing one-to-one iPad programs in their schools and for those schools working to take their programs to the next level!
Additionally, participants can sign up to earn one CEU through Dominican University for a fee of $55 paid to the university. Click here to download the form to bring with you to iTeach 2016 along with payment. We will submit on your behalf.
iTeach is purposefully designed to offer meaningful professional adult learning that is crafted to grow good practice. iTeach features hands-on workshops, keynote presentations, and breakout sessions with leaders in education from San Domenico and other leading iPad schools. Deep learning comes best from modeling good practice and then having dedicated time to reflect and implement new practices. iTeach 2016 is designed for professional, adult learners and is informed by the latest research and learning theory. Dedicated time and drop-in space is available throughout the conference for reflection, mentoring, and even general technical support.
Did you know? Participants have access to our amazing hiking trail, swimming pool, tennis courts, and garden -- not to mention our fabulous dining!
We are excited to share that we will be hosting a screening of the popular movie, Screenagers, Monday afternoon.
To see the trailer, click here!
"Through poignant, and unexpectedly funny stories, along with surprising insights from authors, psychologists, and brain scientists, SCREENAGERS reveals how tech time impacts kids’ development and offers solutions on how adults can empower kids to best navigate the digital world and find balance."
iTeach Travel and Accommodations
In keeping with our commitment to sustainability, please carpool whenever possible.
Common Sense Media Ambassador: Edward Chen
With a B.A. in English from the University of California at Berkeley and a Masters in Business Administration, Edward accumulated 15 years of technology management experience working with for-profit companies to develop their technology infrastructure and programs. In 2000, he joined KQED, the Bay Area's premier public broadcasting company, as Director of Technology and helped prepare KQED for the challenges and opportunities of digital production and broadcasting. Rekindling his passion for education and to advocate for using technology in meaningful and productive ways, he joined The Nueva School in 2009, after a short stint at The Bay School of San Francisco, to share his knowledge and expertise in providing strategic and operational leadership that enables the school to fulfill its technological vision while continuing to be a leader in progressive education and technology integration.
Mindfulness with Roni Habib
Roni is the founder of EQSchools, an organization dedicated to providing Emotional Intelligence training to teachers, students, and parents nationally and abroad. He teaches Positive Psychology at Gunn High School in Palo Alto and is the director of the MERIT Institute at Foothill College. Roni speaks and consults for schools and business organizations on the topics of Mindfulness, Creative Confidence, Emotional Intelligence, Positive Psychology, Design Thinking, and the importance of Play. He lived in Israel and Belgium before coming to the U.S. where he got his Masters of Education and teaching credential at Harvard. He currently lives in Sunnyvale, California, with his wife Allison and two children, Eli and Leah.
Shelley Haven is a certified Assistive Technology Professional who specializes in matching students with technology appropriate to their needs. Her consulting business, Technology to Unlock Potential, serves families, educators, and schools throughout the Bay Area with a focus on learning differences, ADHD, and executive functioning. Shelley previously directed assistive technology for Stanford University’s Office of Accessible Education and helped create the Schwab Learning Center at Stanford for students with learning differences and ADHD.
Dr. Christopher K. Sokolov blends proven technology and systems experience with communication and leadership skills. Christopher is a scholar-practitioner who brings innovation, best practice, cutting-edge research, and analysis to his work. Christopher currently serves as Director of Technology & 21st Century Learning and 6th Grade Chair at San Francisco Day School, a K-8, co-educational independent school. He is continually reimagining and innovating with his second one-to-one iPad program, having previously directed efforts at San Domenico School that culminated in the school becoming Marin County’s first one-to-one iPad program and being named an Apple Distinguished School. He is currently designing a new "Innovation Lab" at his school. Christopher earned his doctorate in organizational leadership from Pepperdine University's Graduate School of Education and Psychology.
Amy Fadeji is the principal of Penngrove Elementary in Petaluma, California. In her fourth year as principal, she continues to find herself reaching out to educators across the country to build a growing network of innovative and inspiring colleagues. After attending Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and later the University of Southern Mississippi, Amy taught second and third grades for seven years in Mobile, Alabama and San Anselmo, California before launching her career in administration. Amy finds great joy spending her days supporting students and teachers in their learning adventures. She is passionate about modeling and encouraging risk-taking, fostering collaboration, and she delights in helping other administrators and teachers do the same! You can follow Amy on Twitter (@mrsfadeji) or read her latest blog post at mrsfadeji.blogspot.com.
iTeach 2016 is designed by a faculty committee dedicated to leading edge teaching with integrated technology. Kali Baird, Director of Education Technology at San Domenico School, is serving as director of this fifth annual iTeach conference. Please contact Kali with any questions at email@example.com or call the School at 415-258-1990 x 1197. Sponsorship opportunities are available.