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The We R Richmond eLearning Expo 6 is a FREE eLearning conference for:

  • Teachers
  • Administrators
  • Coaches
  • Technology staff
  • Other eLearning professionals

With special keynote presenter, Janelle McLaughlin!


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Wednesday, July 19 • 12:45pm - 1:45pm
Introduction to Sphero EDU LIMITED

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Learn how you can take your students on a journey with coding, by taking coding to the next level - programming robots! Sphero EDU is the app designed to accompany the Sphero robots (Ollies and SPRK+) that is easy to use, flexible, and expandable for your students.

https://richmond.instructure.com/courses/8324




Speakers
avatar for Tim Arnold

Tim Arnold

eLearning Specialist, Richmond Community Schools
Tim Arnold is completing his first year as an eLearning Specialist with the Richmond Community schools. Prior to that, he spent 26 years as a social studies teacher, coach, and educational leader at Nettle Creek Schools in Hagerstown.  Tim curates a nationally recognized technol... Read More →
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Joani Sullivan

eLearning Specialist, Richmond Community Schools
This is my 11th year of teaching. I started in the eLearning Department in 2017 and love every minute of it. There is always something new to explore and learning takes place daily in our office. | I will celebrate my 11th wedding anniversary this year with my husband, Dennis... Read More →


Wednesday July 19, 2017 12:45pm - 1:45pm
L104/105 Richmond High School
  • Session Length 1 Hour
  • Technical Difficulty Beginner
  • Intended Audience 0K-3, 4-6, 7-8, 9-12
  • Session Objectives: As a result of this session, participants will know how to drive and code using Lightning Lab, feel confident facilitating experiences with their students, and will become aware of coding and robotics curriculum that aligns with the Common Core Standards

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