Bring Language to Life with an iPad
Capacity Strictly Limited to 30
20 loan iPads provided, however if you have a Gen 6 iPad or later please email email@example.com
Join us for a hands-on experience to rethink storytelling in Indigenous languages, explore fun animations, personal illustrations.and how you can create a digital book in Pages. Learn powerful tips and tricks for getting the most out of Keynote and Clips, and discover the infinite possibilities for storytelling, teaching language words, creating song videos, and more with iPad.
Bev Babbage is an Apple Professional Learning Specialist and teacher who specialises in working with remote communities, training educators in how iPad and Apple technologies can be used to support and celebrate First Nations languages and culture. Bev is passionate about her work, spending the last few years working with schools in Northeast Arnhem Land in the NT and in the Kimberley in WA, working with teachers, Assistant Teachers and students to use iPad in innovative and creative ways to connect with Indigenous languages and culture. Bev will be joined by another Apple Professional Learning Specialist, Kiri Marschall, to present hands-on iPad workshops that combine drawing, photos, videos and audio for engaging multimodal activities to support First Nations languages.
Kiri is the Lead Professional Learning Specialist at Culture Tech and experienced K-12 educator and leader, with a passion for First Nations education and developing future leaders.She has been working across Northern Territory schools for several years, helping bridge the digital divide that is evident in this unique context. Her ultimate goal is to work alongside our First Nations communities and strong leaders to harness the power of technology to create a more inclusive, engaging, and effective learning environment for all students and to share this success on Country.