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Wednesday, June 7 • 9:15am - 10:10am
What's in a Meme?

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Join us as we explore how to use memes for a variety of classroom and learning purposes. After a short presentation, we will support you in creating sample memes to get you started with making memes for learning and creating meme-based lessons and assessment activities for your students. Any device with internet capabilities will work for this workshop. We will also recommend apps for those with app-supporting devices. 

Facilitator/Speaker
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Roger Henson

Coordinator, Schools of Innovative Learning and Technology, Academy District Twenty Schools
I am passionate about active, collaborative, constructive, authentic and goal directed learning. | Roger Henson is the Coordinator for Academy School District 20’s Schools of Innovative Learning and Technology (Mountain View Elementary, Challenger Middle School and Pine Creek High School). His role is to coordinate and support students, teachers, administrators and parents as the Schools of Innovative Learning and Technology transition to mobile learners in a 1:1 mobile device environment. In his 15 years in education Roger has taught Kindergarten through 12th grade in a variety of subjects... Read More →
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Kathryn Spencer

English Teacher, Academy School District 20
Since 2001, I have been an adolescent American literary instructional facilitator (high school English teacher) at Pine Creek High School. Prior to that, I lived and taught in Louisiana, but I love not getting eaten alive by mosquitoes here in Colorado.  In my spare time, I am pu... Read More →


Wednesday June 7, 2017 9:15am - 10:10am
Room 509

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