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Welcome to the Midwest Summit: 21st Century Learning 2017, Featuring Apple Distiguished Educators as Presenters

We are the only conference in the nation to focus exclusively on 21st Century Learning with Apple Distinguished Educators, known as the most innovative and engaging teachers in the world.
  • Discover a personalized road to learning. 
  • Problem solve with teachers from districts across the Midwest. 
  • Learn from international teacher leaders. 
  • Engage in sample activities, receive materials, and implement what you’ll learn in your classroom after the summit!

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Monday, May 1 • 1:20pm - 2:05pm
Breakout 3-A: Exploring Student-Created Math Activities with iOS FULL

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Theme: Inquiry Driven Instruction with Technology 

Length: 45 Minutes

Target Audience: 5th grade through 12th grade math teachers. Principals and school administrators. 

Title: Exploring Student-Created Math Activities with iOS

Do you ever think you are the one doing all of the work in your math classroom? Explore opportunities to allow your students to create their own math problems and solutions. Student created math activities give students a voice and gives you the teacher a window into their understanding. This session will show you iOS tools that will allow your students (and you too) to create their very own visual math problems that they can challenge their peers with.


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Wilton, Brittani

Teacher, Leawood Elementary
Bio Brittani Wilton is a gifted education teacher at Leawood Elementary in the Kansas City metro area. Walk into her classroom on any given day and you will observe “Controlled Creative Chaos”. This backs her teaching philosophy that kids can do anything if you give them a chance and it may be messy. In 2014 a group of her 4th grade students did the unthinkable. They created an exhibit for their local science museum on genetics for a local competition. Their submission won and they got to build their exhibit as well as won $50,000 for the school, making everyone think different about what kids could do. In 2013 Brittani became an Apple Distinguished Educator, her utilization of 1:1 Mac and iPad devices in her classroom pushes her students and school forward through differentiation and project based... Read More →


Monday May 1, 2017 1:20pm - 2:05pm
The Hyatt Lodge - Hamburger University 2815 Jorie Boulevard, Oak Brook, IL 60523

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