Learning Beyond the Core New Orleans, Louisiana January 2013
Kristin Ziemke, Smokey Daniels, Nancy Steineke, and Steve Zemelman
A “Reading the City” workshop where educators engage in best practice strategies and inquire into New Orleans. Join the fun and learn practical strategies to bring back to your classroom and school. More info here.
Wisconsin State Reading Association, Milwaukee, Wisconsin February 8, 2013
The 21st Century Literacy Workshop: Using technology to transform reading, writing and collaboration Kristin Ziemke
Suburban Council of the International Reading Council DesPlaines, Illinois February 21, 2013
Got iPads! Now What?
Kristin Ziemke Download a flyer.
Illinois Computing Educators Conference St. Charles, Illinois March 1, 2013
Beyond Apps: Authentic collaboration and publishing in the elementary classroom Kristin Ziemke and Carolyn Skibba
International Reading Association 2013 San Antonio, Texas
Comprehension at the Core: Enhancing Elementary Literacy Instruction with Technology Stephanie Harvey, Anne Goudvis, Katie Muhtaris and Kristin Ziemke
National Council of Teachers of English 2012, Las Vegas
Integrating Technology With Thoughtful Comprehension Instruction Katie Muhtaris and Kristin Ziemke with Anne Goudvis and Stephanie Harvey. Slideshare here.
International Reading Association 2010: Comprehension and Collaboration: Katie Muhtaris, Kristin Ziemke with Smokey Daniels, Stephanie Harvey, Nancy Stienke, Debbie King, Michelle Timble, and Sara Ahmed
International Reading Association 2012
Transforming Literacy Instruction with iPads and Web 2.0 Technology: Katie Muhtaris, Carolyn Skibba, and Kristin Ziemke
IRA 2012 Presentation Slides
IRA 21st Century Literacy Workshop: Kristin Ziemke
Reading is Thinking, Stephanie Harvey, 2010: Katie Muhtaris
National Council of Teachers of English 2011: Katie Muhtaris, Kristin Ziemke with Debbie King, Michelle Timble, and Sara Ahmed
Chicago Public Schools Tech Talk 2012: Katie Muhtaris and Carolyn Skibba
Illinois Computing Educators, St. Charles IL 2012: iPads in the classroom: Katie Muhtaris, Carolyn Skibba, and Kristin Ziemke