TechConX 2019 has ended
CIS hosts its 4th Annual TechConX- Educational Technology Conference on February 14th & 15th, 2019 at Canadian International School, Bangalore.  A conference dedicated to exploring and discussing ideas on integrating technology into the classroom. TechConX includes presentations, workshops and hands-on sessions lead by many experienced educators, including those lead by Apple Distinguished Educators as well.

Exploring Creativity with iPad - February 14th

Join us for a day of exploration and discover how iPads can empower both teachers and students to foster creativity, collaboration and curiosity. This day of learning is focused on those thinking of adopting iPads or those early in the implementation of iPads.  There will be opportunities to be hands-on with iPads in workshops, to have a Q and A with Schools that have implemented iPads in India and abroad, and to network with students, teachers, peers and leaders.  

Explore. Engage. Educate. - February 15th

A day of hands-on workshops with a variety of presenters and an exciting Keynote Presentation.  Workshops will be limited in size so that all participants gain and share during each workshop.  Presenter’s bios and workshops will be posted soon.

Please bring an iPad to TechConX, but if you do not have one, we will have some for you to borrow for the conference.

Friday, February 15 • 11:30am - 12:30pm
Session 3 : Technology embedded self directed learning in math.

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Technology is a powerful tool in mathematics teaching and learning. Through mathematics and technology, we can unlock the potential of masses of students and teachers in the education fraternity. It is strongly believed that technology embedded learning is the future of education. Technology in the classroom and as an aid in the teaching learning process is currently the primary focus of all educator’s discussion, forums, articles, periodicals and research. A demonstration on how technology can be used to enhance visualisation and support student understanding of mathematical concepts using TI-Nspire GDC Emulator and Geogebra will be presented. Next part of the presentation includes how technology can be used in mathematical modelling to derive mathematical modelling function of real life applications. Last part of the presentation is on how technology will play major role in the future of mathematics education with interactive lessons than encourages self-directed learning.


Jayaseelan Durairaj

Mathematics teacher, Canadian International school
Jayaseelan is an IBDP Mathematics teacher, Examiner and aTeam Leader. 

Friday February 15, 2019 11:30am - 12:30pm
Room 1118