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iPadpalooza is a three-day event held at Westlake High School in Austin, TX.  This learning festival is a celebration of the cultural-shift the iPads have brought about in education and the world.  This event will focus on creativity, social collaboration, engagement and the compelling ways schools have integrated iPads into their classrooms.  This year we will also premiere our “iLead Academy” which will take place on June 17th (8:30-4:00) and is focused on helping campus and district leadership thrive in a mobile learning environment.

The festival will start on the evening of June 17th at 6:30pm (registration opens at 4:00pm) and end on June 19th and will feature amazing speakers from all over the world, lots of live music and of course, food trailers. Please note there will be limited seating to this event and the iLead Academy.

iPadpalooza…It’s not a conference, it’s a learning festival!

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Thursday, June 19 • 1:30pm - 2:20pm
Being a Destructive Force for Good LIMITED

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Despite our different relationships with schools we are all working towards the same goals of a more authentic, more awesome experience for students in schools. And it is usually messy, imperfect and can be frustrating.

So how do we navigate our various relationships while still making progress? And keep our jobs.


Jennifer Flood

Bastrop ISD
I can talk about more than just robots. But I really like talking about robots.
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Greg Garner

Research Associate, The Friday Institute for Educational Innovation
Greg is a true edu-punk. He looks at the way things have always been done and finds ways to change it up. He works with an amazing group of educators at The Friday Institute for Educational Innovation, part of NC State University's College of Education as a Research Associate for Professional Development and Digital Learning Initiatives. He doesn't really know what that title means, but it sounds fancy enough.

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Bryan Doyle

Director of Technology, KIPP:Austin Public Schools
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Johanna Hoyo

Cedar Creek High School, Cedar Creek High School
Johanna is a 9th grade English teacher at Cedar Creek High School. She believes in teaching students to question everything and never stop looking for answers. She also fervently hopes one of her students will finally be the one to invent the flying car she was promised back in 1989.

Thursday June 19, 2014 1:30pm - 2:20pm
Lecture Hall