About the Presenter:
Ted Gavlin has been a professional educator for twenty-five years. Currently, he is the principal of Trevor-Wilmot School in Trevor, Wisconsin, where he has served for the past ten years. Trevor-Wilmot School in Kenosha County is a medium-sized elementary school with 580 students in grades PK through eight. He enjoys the instructional leadership that being a principal has to offer as well as the challenge of maximizing student learning.
Prior to becoming the principal of Trevor-Wilmot School, Ted spent five years as the Technology and Curriculum Director at Trevor. Before his move to Trevor, he taught middle school science, health, and reading in another district for ten years.
iPads & eSpark: How to Provide Personalized Learning to Your School
Tuesday June 25th 11:30am CST
- ✓ How iPads can aid differentiation in the classroom
- ✓ Why Trevor-Wilmot School chose to invest in iPads
- ✓ How they funded the program
- ✓ How eSpark helped Trevor-Wilmot setup devices, provide professional development and deliver personalized learning plans
- ✓ Why Trevor-Wilmot has chosen to expand their 1:1 iPad program to 5th, 6th and 7th grades
26325 Wilmot Rd Trevor, WI 53179
In this free event, Mr. Ted Gavlin will discuss how he designed and deployed an innovative program to provide personalized Common Core learning plans for 6th grade students in the school’s 1:1 iPad program using hundreds of carefully curated educational apps on the iPad. Mr. Gavlin will discuss the successes and challenges in this program during this interactive discussion.
Attendees will learn:
This interactive discussion is open to district leaders from Wisconsin and Illinois looking to learn more about how to deploy a successful iPad program.
Lunch will be provided to all participants.
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