Pre-conference Workshops

Empower Yourself with the EDULEARN Google Certified Educator Bootcamp

Session Trainer: Wendy Gorton, Director of International Education at EdTechTeam.
Session Day: Sunday 2nd of July 2017
Session Time: 16:00-20:00 (duration of four hours)

Maximum number of participants: 25

Registration fees:

Standard participation fee: 140 euros
EDULEARN17 attendees: 70 euros (*)

(*) EDULEARN17 participants will have a 50% discount in this workshop.


As the space is limited to 25 participants, registrations will be accepted on a first-come first-serve basis. If you want to attend this workshop, you should register during the standard registration process.

Session Details:
This hands-on workshop will focus on the use of Google technology to support teaching and learning in international settings. The trainer (Wendy Gorton) will take participants through an interactive walk-through of exemplars and artifacts of student learning involving Google’s free suite of collaborative tools. The session will be intended for a global audience of teachers, school leaders, and IT managers (with varying technology skills) from educators and leaders. The content will focus on the use of Google Apps (and other Google tools) in international education.

Specifically, content will focus Google Search and the core Apps of Google Mail, Google Calendar, Google Docs, and Google Sites. Additional Google tools, including Blogger, Google Maps, YouTube and others will also be included. Attendees will be prepared to join online communities, Twitter, and find resources for continuing their learning journey.

Learning Objectives:
Attendees will have access to a variety of informative and hands-on material.
Additional topics will include the following:

All attendees will also receive Google Cardboard for a bonus Virtual Reality in the Classroom session and a voucher to take the Level 1 Certification Exam to become a Google Certified Educator.

Target audience:
The session will be intended for a global audience of teachers, school leaders, and IT managers (with varying technology skills).

Empower Yourself with the EDULEARN Apple Teacher Workshop

Session Trainer: Ingvi Hrannar Ă“marsson (ICELAND)
Session Day: Sunday 2nd of July 2017
Session Time: 16:00-20:00 (duration of four hours)

Maximum number of participants: 25

Registration fees:

Standard participation fee: 140 euros
EDULEARN17 attendees: 70 euros (*)

(*) EDULEARN17 participants will have a 50% discount in this workshop.


As the space is limited to 25 participants, registrations will be accepted on a first-come first-serve basis. If you want to attend this workshop, you should register during the standard registration process.

Session Details:
Participants are introduced to the Apple Teacher Learning Center through an experienced Apple Distinguished Educator, Ingvi Hrannar from Iceland, and Apple Teacher with popular apps relevant to higher education and a variety of research disciplines. Through a series of hands-on challenges, participants are prepared to earn badges on either Mac or iPad toward Apple Teacher recognition. Each activity is rich with inspiring ideas, providing participants with a positive hands-on experience and the confidence to immediately apply their new knowledge in the classroom and research environment.

Participants are asked to bring their own iPad or Mac to this workshop for full enjoyment of the activities.
The face-to face workshop offers an opportunity to ask questions and receive one-on-one support from the facilitator. All participants are also invited to join EdTechTeam’s Community for Apple Teachers, where members receive ongoing support to continue their learning, earn their badges, and achieve Apple Teacher recognition. Extensive post-workshop opportunities for certification, including the Apple Distinguished Educator Program, will be shared.

Learning Objectives:

Attendees will have access to a variety of informative and hands-on material.
Additional topics will include the following:

Target audience:
The session will be intended for a global audience of teachers, school leaders, and IT managers (with varying technology skills).