Ignite Honolulu 4
Ignite Honolulu #4 is now over! Thank you to all the amazing speakers. We hope all of you who attended had an enjoyable evening and learned something new!
Ignite Honolulu 4 caters towards education, technology, and design to close the two week Lab School program at Punahou School. Join us for a series of talks focused on the theme, Interactive, and enjoy good company, pupus and beverages.
Date: Thursday, July 12, 2012
Time: 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Location: Punahou School, Wo International Center
Parking: Through Punahou’s main gate, past the field, guest parking is to the right.
Included: Pupus, Non-alcoholic drinks (school campus), and Ignite entertainment!
Register is closed and full!
“Like My Status: Using Technology to Build Relationships in the Classroom”
–Meghan McCormick, Wheeler Middle School
“Mobile Technologies & Personalized Learning: A quest to make thinking visible and technology invisible.”
–Mark Hines, Mid-Pacific Institute
“What’s New in Online Education”
–Jason Axelson, HI Capacity
–Nina Lee, Design Mindful Impact
“Masculinity in Education”
–Ka‘eo Vasconcellos, Roosevelt High Schoool
“PARODY-SO: The Unexpected Lessons of a History Teacher Turned Edulebrity”
–Amy Burvall, Historyteachers
“How to Ignite”
–Yancey Unequivocally, Empowered Presentations
“Death to the Rhombus: A Project-Based Approach to Math & Science”
–Kris Schwengel, Punahou School
“An Interactive: Stealing the Social Media Spotlight”
–Gwen Woltz, Wahine Media
“Epic Tech” or “Three Technologies That Fundamentally Altered the Way I Looked at Things I Took for Granted”
–Douglas Kiang, Punahou School
“15 Things Data Visualization has in common with my favorite movies (and 5 other slides)”
–Ben Trevino, UHERO