Kristin Ziemke has spent her career teaching and learning from children in both urban and suburban school districts. As a teacher of primary age learners in Chicago, Kristin engages students in authentic learning experiences where reading, thinking, collaboration and inquiry are at the heart of the curriculum. Author of Amplify: Digital Teaching and Learning in the K-6 Classroom and co-author of Connecting Comprehension and Technology. Read more.

Pre-Conference Workshop – 17 January 2018

Power to the Little People: Literacy, Independence, Critical Thinking

Technology transforms learning for all students but may have the greatest impact on developing readers and writers. This session will share strategies for leveraging digital tools with our youngest learners to capture student thinking, differentiate instruction and provide multimodal response options. Read more.

Exntended Workshop 

Read the World NOW: Literacies for a Digital Culture

With the influx of mobile devices, multimedia websites, e-books, interactive graphics, and social media, there’s no question that literacy is changing. But are we adjusting our pedagogy to adopt and adapt literacy instruction to meet the needs of today’s learner? Read more.

Digital Discussion: Micro-writing across the day to foster communication and critical thinking

One Hour Workshops

“Light, Camera, Action!” – Practical Guide to STEM Digital Storytelling Through Drama

Hamorn LauAmerican International School

Information Literacy in a Digital World

Katie Stears Sha Tin Junior School, Hong Kong

A is for Art

Vicki Wilson-Jiwatram Yew Chung International School

How to discuss Fake News with a primary audience

Tabitha Johnson German Swiss International School

Building school community and transdisciplinary learning through MakerED

Stephanie Thompson Nexus International School (Singapore)

Improving Language Acquisition for English Language Learners through technology

Adriane Garland Stamford American International School

Breaking Down the Walls: Becoming a Global Educator

Sean Forde American School of Milan

Systems literacy in a primary classroom

James Haworth Shatin Junior School

Metacognitive Strategies, Inspiring Confidence (sketchnoting, vlogging & visible thinking)

Andrea Khambalia Saigon South International School, Vietnam

Educators Guide for Designing a Makerspace

Mayuri Ambule The British School, New Delhi

The ACT Project: Integrating Innovative EDU Approaches into One Program

David Lee Korea International School

Go Deep! Getting immersive with virtual reality in your classroom

Jeff Dungan Shanghai American School

Fully embedding Google in your school

Joseph Whittaker British School Jakarta

Using robotics as a tool for deeper learning in the inquiry classroom

Leigh Thomas Renaissance College Hong Kong
May LiRenaissance College Hong Kong

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21CLHK10 promises to be our biggest conference yet, and we definitely hope to see you there. If you would like to begin your registration please go right ahead