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Friday, July 20 • 1:10pm - 2:15pm
Getting to Angry Birds

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Presented by Special Guest, Lachlan Hull

During my presentation, I would like to explain how I use a classroom management tool created by the team at ClassDojo to build a sense of group accountability through personal behaviours amongst the young students in my class during 2011. I would also like to talk about how I have continued to use ClassDojo in my classroom in 2012 and how I have assisted this tool to be integrated throughout our school.

I would like to discuss how I used Angry Birds (iPad application) with my students to apply the games concepts to real life situations; relevant to my students. I would show evidence of students work and the end result of our project, illustrating how my students created an giant Angry Birds level from the data they collect from playing the game.

Attendees would learn:
• Different ways I have assisted students to become accountable for their behaviours in class.
• Ways of creating positive classroom environments with the help of ClassDojo.
• Ways of engaging students in exploring real life situations with the assistance of Angry Birds.
• How I’ve learnt from my mistakes to engage students in their learning.


View my presentation slides (PDF)


View a video Lachlan created in Australia of his project (on YouTube)

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Lachlan Hull

Primary School Educator, St Joseph's Catholic Primary School/Brisbane Catholic Education
Special guest, Lachlan Hull is a Primary School Educator for Brisbane Catholic Education in Queensland, Australia. He is currently in his second year of Teaching and is the ICLT Coordinator at his school.

Friday July 20, 2012 1:10pm - 2:15pm EDT
Whittier - 4th Floor (C wing)

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