Do not see the topic you would like? Ask! Given enough time I can present on almost anything. I can even tie my presentation into a specific conference theme, etc.
Most of these topics are designed to be one hour talking head sessions but can be stretched and truncated if needed. I also offer half, full and multi-day training on many of these topics.
Shows what topics are the most popular.
Top Apps and practices for Administrators
Responsibilities of leading with Technology
Preparing your School and District for BYOD
The Android App Class
Android and Friends aka Portable OS's that do not being with i
Google on Android
Digital Photography and Video
Capturing and Editing Digital images and Video on your mobile device. Tips, Tricks and Apps
Photo Editing 101 and audience requests
Photo Editing 202 and audience requests
Photo Editing and Organization
Digital Photography and Photo Editing on the iOS
Organizing, Editing and Sharing your Photos
Pixlr: Free Photo Editing Online
The Good, Bad and The Ugly. Taking Good Digital Pictures: A very fun slide show that displays how to take better pictures with anything from a point and shoot camera to a high end digital SLR.
Video 101. How to capture, edit and share video effectively. No matter what the device.
Video Capturing and Editing on the iPad
SLR 101. Learn how to use a lens based camera
iPad / iOS (excluding digital photography listed above)
The iOS Application Class: This class can focus on one curriculum area, all things iOS, etc.
How to use iTunesU in the classroom
iOS7.... What the?
iPad 101 Get to know your iPad
iPad 201 Tips and tricks for seasoned iPad users
Google on iPads
Custom Keynote: I have taken and morphed many of my presentations to meet the theme / goal of the conference.
Gadgets: My most popular presentation which can be customized to be Gadget, Web 2.0 or App specific with a focus on available now or what to get ready for.
Technology in the Classroom. What's here now and what to get ready for
Technology Time Machine: A fun look at what used to be considered technology and how those items have morphed and turned into even cooler things today and tomorrow
Tools you can use tomorrow: A look at great websites and Apps that an educator can start using in their class right away
Misc. and Gadgetry!
A Gadgets Freaks Favorite Gadgets: My most popular presentation which can be customized to be Gadget, Web 2.0 or App specific with a focus on available now or what to get ready for.
Google Glass and its possibilities in Education
Apps and Websites to help you research, discover, share and keep current
The Group Smackdown
This is a session where the audience participates showing off their favorite website, app, gadget, etc. Very popular. Some have even done this as a late night session for people staying at the hotel.
Top Tools and Implementation Ideas for the BYOD Classroom
Using Cellphones in the Classroom
Flipping Your Class without Flipping Out
Google on iPads and/or Androids (can be one specific one or a comparison of the two)
Adobe Captivate / Presenter
Adobe Photoshop Elements
Adobe Premiere Elements
Adobe Creative Suite 5
Adobe Digital School Collection (Photoshop Elements / Premiere Elements / Acrobat and Contribute)
Evernote in Education
Google Docs / Drive
Making a website with Weebly
Personal Learning Networks. What are they and how do you tap into them?
Web 2.0 and you. How to get started making your own PLN
The Web 2.0 You might not know about (A look at the newest and coolest Web 2.0 sites. This presentation and Gadgets are my two most popular)
Twitter Twitter Twitter Twitter!
Twitter for Power Users
Twitter: How to find educational resources effectively using Twitter
Some cool productive and funny things about Google