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Thursday, March 17 • 10:30am - 11:30am
10 Tech Tools to Challenge Gender Stereotypes

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10 Tech Tools to Challenge Gender Stereotypes Boys and girls learn differently, but what they learn is the same. With so many tech tools to choose from can the classroom teacher use technology to inspire all students without perpetuating gender stereotypes? In this presentation we will provide an overview of brain research surrounding the myths and stereotypes of how boys and girls learn, and then share a variety of tech tools that address the needs of all students to inspire learning and creativity without perpetuating the same gender stereotypes. Audience members will participate throughout the activity using social media and instructional technology tools.

Speakers
avatar for Michael Hakkarinen

Michael Hakkarinen

Trainer, UEN
Michael Hakkarinen specializes in helping teachers engage students in the classroom with technology such as Mac Tools, Google Apps for Educators, iPads and more. He earned a Bachelor’s in English from the University of Maryland at College Park and a Master’s in Elementary Education at Mount Saint Mary’s University, where he also taught Instructional Technology at the undergraduate and graduate levels. He was a Technology Resource Teacher in... Read More →
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Michelle Zey

EdTech, Canyons District
A former English teacher, Michelle Zey is currently an Educational Technology Specialist working with Alta High School and Albion Middle School in the Canyons District. Michelle enjoys short walks on the beach, rock climbing, ice cream eating and has a very cute dog named Toby. You'd probably like him. He does tricks.


Thursday March 17, 2016 10:30am - 11:30am
Union 2-Theater 200 Central Campus Dr, Salt Lake City, UT 84112

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