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Indiana Computer Educators
Indianapolis, Indiana

Workshop Sessions

WWE1102: Flash for Educators: The Basics

Wednesday, January 23
6:30-8:00 p.m.

Discover how Flash is now used by students to develop animations and to present classroom research and projects. Flash is becoming a popular choice in primary schools as well as secondary schools. The basics of Adobe's Flash will be covered such as time line, tweening, objects, symbols, layers, and much more. At then end of this half-day session, each participant will come away with a banner that is ready to be published on their web site. Participants should be proficient in the general operation of a computer such as mouse clicks, file navigation, and basic software knowledge. A basic understanding of Web design would be helpful. This is not for the novice computer user.

One Concurrent Session

FCA3108: Journey with Children

Friday, January 25
Session 1 - Room CC103
10:45-11:30 a.m.

Technology is a powerful tool that can be much more than a skill and drill exercise during a 45-minute session in the lab. To be used effectively, technology should encourage higher order thinking, cooperative grouping, and project-based learning. Discover tips for classroom management, examples for using technology in the elementary curriculum, and tips for assessing student learning.