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Posted February 6, 2014

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North Star Students to Train Teachers on Using Apps for iPads

The fourth and fifth graders in April Requard's classes will conduct the professional training at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 12.

Teachers are invited to attend a training by the North Star Elementary School SWAT Team (Students Working to Advance Technology). The fourth and fifth graders have put together an "App Speed Share" event that will take place at 4 p.m. in the library at the school, 9301 Ventura NE.

App speed sharing is a way for you to learn about apps in a fast and fun environment. Students in technology teacher April Requard's classes will teach the session with the goal of providing participants with ideas on how to use these apps in the classroom.

Featured apps include Draw and Tell, Book Creator, Drawing Pad, Explain Everything, Croak It, Keynote, iMovie, Puppet Pals, Chirp, Write About This and more.

Please RSVP to requard@aps.edu. Space is limited.

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