Presentation Links

Here are some direct links to some of the presentations I have given. They start with the most recent. Many previous handout from my earlier presentations can be found  here.

EdTechTeam West Vancouver iOS Summit, January 2017

EdTechTeam Victoria GAFE Summit, November 2016

Learning About Twitter  October, 2016

#EdTechBooksLive Presentation October, 2016

Coding in a K-3 Classroom  October 2016

Classroom Live 2.0 Presentation with co Author Kristen Wideen  October 2016

Making Thinking Visible in the Early Years August 2015

Getting Connected in the Early Years  July 2015

In Numeracy iCreate, iInnovate, iEducate  June 2015

ISTE Ignite 2015

Show What You Know with iPad April 2015

That Was Then, This is Now A New Look at Literacy January 2015

Innovative, Authentic Literacy Learning Utilizing Technology

Making Thinking Visible - STA Convention May 2014

iPads - You're Never Too Young - EdCamp Surrey February 2014

The Connected Classroom - Ed Tech Teacher iPad Summit February 2013

The Power of the Little People - Ed Tech Teacher iPad Summit February 2013

Using Technology in Innovative Ways to Enhance a JK-2 Literacy Program - presented at #ECOO October 2013

Choice - these slides were to help start a conversation around choice and how it looks in my grade one classroom and how it can look in other classrooms.

Going Global with Your Class (I apologize some of the slides near the end are missing their images).

Blogging in a grade one classroom - a video created for an on line PD session.

My Classroom 2.0 Live Presentation

Getting to Know Your iPad  from Karen Lirenman

Blogging in a Primary Classroom (May 2012)

Using Technology in a Primary Classroom (May 2012)

I am in the process of creating a Wiki of links I share at my presentations.  Handouts by Karen Wiki This is  a work in progress but please feel free to check it out and use anything if you find helpful.  If it was created by me specifically it would be great if you'd  mention my name when you share it. If it's created by someone else I'd expect the same for them too.

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