What to Expect from the Arkansas 2015 Google for Education Summit

Only a month until the 2015 Arkansas Summit feat. Google for Education. Here are some of the exciting things you can look forward to during the 2-day summit. If you haven't registered, secure your seat at http://arkansas.appsevents.com/.

Customize your summit experience according to your experience or job role!

Are you a Google Apps newbie? Start your day on the right foot with Rowland Baker’s “How to Walk in the Clouds” hands-on session. This session covers the power of Google Apps in schools with emphasis on Google Docs and Slides (presentations), highlighting the tools of collaboration, research and sharing in a fun and creative way. We also have other beginner sessions focused on specific tools if you feel that you need more time to explore Google Calendar, Forms, Sites, or the Chrome browser.

For those looking to try blogging or in growing your PLN through social media, Rachel Small’s sessions got you covered. Ready to level up? Make sure to check out Allison Mollica’s very popular “Treasure Trove's Greatest Hits”.

We also have “Leadership” strands geared toward school administrators and anyone involved in Leadership at a school or district Level.


SEE ALSO: 'AppsEvents Google for School Leaders' summit strand featuring 'Future Ready Schools' at two summits in 2015.

For a more comprehensive list of the various sessions, please visit https://arkansas2015.sched.org/.

Win a brand new Android tablet from Samsung and other cool prizes!

On summit Day 1, we will have mobile focused sessions spearheaded by Allison Mollica held in our Samsung Smart Classroom where you can try the latest device, learn about using tablets in the classroom, administering apps and devices, mobile app development and more. At the end of Day 2, participants may be entered into a drawing and one lucky attendee will get to go home a brand new Samsung Galaxy Tab.
Some of the winners of our Samsung Tablet raffle.
We will also have a Demo Slam session where attendees are encouraged to showcase a tip or trick that others will be able to use in 2 minutes or less. Slams can be pre-planned and expected to have been rehearsed/prepared. Learn more or submit your slam ideas here!

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