- Learn more at www.MobileMediaCamp.com
Become a Maker of Mobile Media at Mobile Media Maker Camp
Create Media on Your iPad or for Your iPad
July 15 – 19, 2013
Mobile devices are changing the way we consume interactive media providing us with increasingly rich resources for teaching and learning. This summer, why not learn to create your own rich and interactive mobile media for teaching and learning while enjoying beautiful Burlington, Vermont. Making mobile media will not only enhance your own teacher created resources, but it will also provide you with the skills and confidence to guide your students through the process of learning by making movies, music, podcast, ebooks, and mobile games.
At Mobile Media Maker Camp, you won’t just walk away with an APP List - you will roll up your sleeve and use your iPad to
MAKE Books – not just read them
MAKE Music – not just listen to it
MAKE Videos – not just watch them
MAKE Games – not just play them
MAKE Art - not just appreciate it
Mobile Media Maker Camp will also feature sessions that use a combination of tablets and computers to
MAKE an eBook using iBooks Author
MAKE an iTunesU Course
Come to Mobile Media Maker Camp and
TAKE away a product that YOU MAKE
TAKE away skills and confidence to design learning experiences around a culture of DO where students use their mobile devices to MAKE Mobile Media and become active contributors to the world around them.
Learn in an amazingly beautiful setting
Mobile Media Makers Camp will be held in state of the art campus of Champlain College located within walking distance of
Lake Champlain in Burlington, Vermont
On Campus Housing Available
Check out our Bonus Day Events (Friday July 19, 2013.
Thank you to the the following organizations for helping to sponsor the Mobile Media Camp Bonus Day and supporting transformative pedagogical practices using new tools for teaching and learning. The Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards offer new opportunities for instructional shifts using digital tools. The Bonus Days help you make connections between new tools, new practices, and new standards. These organizations understand this instructional shift and offer professional development opportunities that help educators make the shift. Thank you to: