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ISTE 2015 Findings and Resources to share with our fellow HCS Teachers

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A Teacher’s Day Made Easier with OneNote and OneNote Class Notebook

OneNote Class Notebooking - Sharing a Notebook

Microsoft Office Specialist Certification

Gamification Google slide presentation

Google Certification

For people that couldn’t make it to ISTE (sites to explore)

Soledad O’Brien Keynote

Google Tips and Tricks

Minecraft Makerspace - why games in classrooms

Easy and Effective iPad Classroom Workflow Management

Applying the SAMR Model to Blended Learning Programs

Online and Blended Learning Extravaganza: ISTE

Snapshots: genius hour

Genius hour project-based activities for middle schoolers

Assessing the Impact of Digital Media on Student Achievement

PBS LearningMedia and EDC (Education Development Center)

ISTE 2015 Rachelle Poth

Session: Engaging Students through Creative, Personalized and Digital Instruction

Augmented Reality - Making Print come to life with Aurasma

The Assessment Game Show

Gamified (Gamification) of Professional Development

1:1 iPads: Leveling up to blended learning with differentiated pd

Putting the pop into pd- great motivation for pd

Samr swimming pool - encourage the S in the model alleviate stress

Professional development there's another way

Gamification of teacher technology integration

Pd craft-building blocks to a better staff development using gaming achievements

Resources for the primary classroom

Virtual Field Trip to Mexico

Office Mix and free tools from Micrsoft

Pairing Picture Books with Maker Activities

Office Mix

Elementary Resources from ISTE 2015

-www.biblionasium.com -What can BiblioNasium do for educators?

1 A Teacher’s Day Made Easier with OneNote and OneNote Class NotebookJun 28, 2015 8:23:32 AM.jpg

Here are the shared resources from this session from a OneDrive folder

Onenote class notebook requires 365 account

OneNote course is able to take M/T/W for free

Keep all of your notes together in one location

Can store all of your notes, links and audio files to one location

It is like a binder system for the students. They have a class binder, and each tab (section) is broken up by subject

Can work on and offline, once you get internet it syncs

Can give view or edit access to a notebook

Absolute formatting freedom, can type anywhere. Everywhere you type is a textbox. Can use tables to keep it a bit more organized

The draw ribbon (digital inking) is searchable, colorful and looks like real handwriting. (it is searchable based on how neat your handwriting is)

Student notebooks can’t see each other notebooks, teachers have edit access

students only see the collaboration space, content library and their own notebook (different view for the teacher and the student)

We are going to make the notebook first and then do the class notebook

Can make multiple notebooks, clicking the name of the notebook opens up multiple ones yo made. To make a new one, hit the name of the notebook then make a new one. Know where it is stored, can create it in a cloud based location like OneDrive or Share (looks like a blue S for 365 accounts)

anything you do with a section it will delete all pages associated with it as well, can edit or rename a section. Can export a whole section, move or copy to another notebook. If you make a password protected section and you forget it, there is no way to retrieve the password- your content will be gone. Can color code the tabs all a special color by subject

WORKING IN THE NOTEBOOK:

        Adding Content:

        Inking Abilities:

        Spreadsheets:

        Templates:

        Move or Copy Sections:

        Outlook Syncing:

        How to Share a Notebook:

1.1 OneNote Class Notebooking - Sharing a Notebook

Started off presenter talked about 3 /12 year olds used this as a reading and writing tool. Now in Kindergarten hear this used as a station tool where kids read and write there.

Using Office365, using various ideas and resources we learned and we will build it through the Office365 portal to make the shared notebook. It will appear in OneNote after we create it in the 365 portal.

        Here are some tips on this:

        Making the OneNote Class Notebook

        Adding a new student or a new teacher to a notebook

        IF YOU NEED TO RESHARE A NOTEBOOK

        Collaboration Space

        Content Library

        Student Notebook

        Building a Lesson

2 Microsoft Office Specialist Certification

This session is a prep course on taking the OneNote exam, as well as go over the exam

On Wednesday it will close at 245, try to arrive in morning

Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) - great to validate your skills and your students can take them too and even get school college credit.

Free all week normally 100$

MOS Specialist pass certification in one or more applications. MOS Expert master adv features of Word/Excel - these expert exams are two parts

MOS Master - mastering multiple expert courses

MTA going up for the IT Pro, which is more for developing software/programing

IT Academy - provides resources to your students, books and get into the program

Spend about one minute per question

If a question can’t be answered or if you can’t create a product that will effect your next question move on

        One Note covers:

        manage the onenote environment (25-30%)

        share and collaborate (15-20%)

        Organize and find notes (30-35%)

A container is a tab/topic. Customize  means typically go to the backstage area

Mark/flag questions you don’t understand

There is a holding period before you can take the test, they provide the device

3 Gamification Google slide presentation

The Google slide presentation from Twitter

4 Google Certification

Check out these resources to get certified:

5 For people that couldn’t make it to ISTE (sites to explore)

        This Google Spreadsheet has TONS of sites and apps to explore, made up by a teacher who wasn’t at ISTE2015

6 Soledad O’Brien Keynote

This is a most of the Keynote presentation that I recorded as a Periscope

7 Google Tips and Tricks

        Insert a video into a Google Doc

        Cropping animated GIFS in a Doc

        50 Things to do easier in Google Classroom

        The three levels of Google Certification (Level 1/2/Trainer)

        Google Classroom Presentation

8 Minecraft Makerspace - why games in classrooms

9 Easy and Effective iPad Classroom Workflow Management

Challenges other teachers are facing with iPads:

Netop software "Envisionme" as a solution:

Teachers can share files real-time from her iPad to students

Teachers can also chat with students:

Blank student screens:

Manage Workflow:

Free Trial (they're looking for teachers who are willing to be active feedback users): www.netop.com/visionme

Contact information for support:

Ole Dame, Business Development Director, olda@Netop.com 503-880-1925

Eduardo Faerstein, Product Director, edfa@Netop.com

10 Applying the SAMR Model to Blended Learning Programs

Rob and Diane Darrow

Https://robdarrow.wikispaces.com

 Blended Learning

"If you cannot identify the front of the room, you are probably in a blended learning classroom"

Continuum of textbook to online Teaching

The SAMR Model

11 Online and Blended Learning Extravaganza: ISTE

JARED O'Leary, Jared.oleary@

Merging inquiry-based approaches with content

Candice Girard, candace@candacegirafd.com

Snow Days: Outwit Mother Nature with Technology

Michele Gill, mgill@pls3rdlearning.com

Use More Words

Isabela Santiago

Isabela.santiago@necsd.net

Spark Reading through Online Literature Circles

Susan Poyo

Spoyo@franciscan.edu

Jennifer Culver

Culver.jennifer@gmail.com

Wrap them in a scarf

Susan Oxnevad

Cooltoolsfor21stcenturylearners.com

Digital differentiation

Bill Gumila

Bill.gumula@gmail.com

The compassionate online classroom

12 Snapshots: genius hour

13 Genius hour project-based activities for middle schoolers

Https://tackk.com/bamsgeniushour

Http://slimemakerexpo.weebly.com

Kristina Holzweiss and Gallit Zvi

1. Step one: get inspired, learn how to ask questions and wonder about things (take it outdoors), read and talk about creative characteristics in picture books

2. Step 2: brainstorm

3. Step 3: plan the inquiry. Come up with questions and not just topics.

4. Step 4 (repeated): research

14 Assessing the Impact of Digital Media on Student Achievement

15 PBS LearningMedia and EDC (Education Development Center)

Study results:

Impact on Student Learning

How to effectively integrate resources:

Implications in the classroom:

Impact on Educational Content Development

16 ISTE 2015 Rachelle Poth

17 Session: Engaging Students through Creative, Personalized and Digital Instruction

 //side note (Have students write to the tech companies of tech software/apps that you use in your class to see if we can get free stuff for the class (her class got monkeys and banana bags from Survey Monkey)

18 Augmented Reality - Making Print come to life with Aurasma

My poster session and resources on using Aurasma (my blog post has a slideshow, a Prezi and a Google hangout of the session)

19 The Assessment Game Show

Presentation by Brandon Lutz and Scott Snyder, start presentation housed in Nearpod

Their smore flyer has lots of links

Very cool presentation setup.they compared two assessment apps, and the attendees voted via nearpod. The 16 tool bracket was narrowed down to 8

Round 2 filled in our ideas on a padlet, they came up a second to talk. Then using colored paper, we held up our plicker sheets to scan our favorite. If you change your mind halfway, can just spin the paper

The session was great to get the attendees to vote and interact with the presentation and narrowed down the top tools with this bracket

One year subscription to handouts for attending

These are my notes that I took during the Nearpod Presentation

Re:Gifted: strategies for re-imaging and re-imagining gifted education

Edmodo group code: f7xks7

Dave Mendell and Debbie Wile

Integrating Technology into a 1:1 BYOD classroom

Chris Layton, Teacher at Oak Ridge Schools

sites.google.com/site/laytonhistory

@laytonshistory

Focusing on tools: Socrative, Minecraft EDU, Kahoot, green screen, screencasts, and slide

 

Personalized Learning in the 21st Century Classroom

Teena Martin and Lande Brady

Till ford County Schools, Greensboro, North Carolina

@craftyPLEF @geoPLEF

Ple.gcsnc.com

Know The Learner

Guide with Standards

Flex the Environment

Qr to documents:

20 Gamified (Gamification) of Professional Development

Met with folks at ClassCraft, offered that it could be done on a class level scale for teachers, but the pd hosts would have to award most of the badges through the program

Richland 2 is already gamifying their professional development, on their Technology Plan

I also found that Donna Teuber also did an Ignite session on the same thing - her Level up resource is here https://sites.google.com/a/richland2.org/levelup/

21 1:1 iPads: Leveling up to blended learning with differentiated pd

Poster session by @kathleenfugle good resources on differentiation.

Her Google drive folder of images and resources

22 Putting the pop into pd- great motivation for pd

Send out surveys, and have about six leaders who submitted a video application via rubric. Winners are tech leaders and get perks such as first to use new tools and go to conference. their google slide presentation and Valerie Ivy’s Blog (mrsvivy@gmail.com)

23 Samr swimming pool - encourage the S in the model alleviate stress

Have this great graphic to demonstrate their concept. Swim laps, don't make the teachers below the sa/mr line encourage them to be taking those baby steps - @lisahervey also showed me to use qrstuff and make a qr code preload a tweet for exit slips.

24 Professional development there's another way

Asked teachers what they want, got not so much the pd they need but how it is delivered. Curious on flipped pd. their weebly site 

Differentiation decathlon- a day in February all about differentiation, send a link once a week to ask them to read and lead them into the conversation. Every week was a different article about differentiation. One of their teachers Jill had some great ideas on gamifying pd, we ask students to create things, teachers could do same

25 Gamification of teacher technology integration

Using badges for achievement - their website has contact info and how they made badges and what to earn and how to do it they made all the badges.started with stickers, wanted to automate it with site. Automates the process with a google script. When teachers apply to earn a badge, they fill out the google form. The trainer’s get a notification of the request to view the sample and response. They decided if the badge has been met by viewing the responses or visit the classroom. On the google sheet, there is a drop down menu on one of the choices that allows them to pick which badge. Once the badge is selected, the teacher in turn gets a notification that they received it and their profile page will display the new badge.  

Google sites gets updated by names on spreadsheet who gets emailed. Melanie duffin did a lot of work up front, but the script . Did leaderboard and did trainings as well

26 Pd craft-building blocks to a better staff development using gaming achievements

Has a Google classroom and for the assignments and they had a rubric but they rewarded with signs, sodas and candy bars and jeans . Made rubric at start of year, they had them do all year

They had to do two bronze and a silver. Cute images to hang on door. Can go to this site for their rubric Robbie shepherd shared @rshepher19

Literacy Resources and Practice with Special Promise

ISTE Literacy Professional Learning Network

Literacyspecialinterest.blogspot.com

Digital Technology director from NYPS

Presenters and contact information:

27 Resources for the primary classroom

https://toolboxofresourcesfortheprimaryagechild.wikispaces.com

28 Virtual Field Trip to Mexico

https://virtualfieldtripmx.wordpress.com

29 Office Mix and free tools from Micrsoft

Techno Class: Incorporating apps and Web resources for the middle school classroom

Polk School District, GA

Wes Austic and Tommy Astic

Attention Getters

QR Scanner/ Maker

1:1 What Works, What Doesn't: Instructional Models and Issues

Roger W. Minier, rminier@bgsu.edu

Www.nwoet.org/whatworks

Motivating the Reluctant Reader

Rob Furman, robfurman.com

30 Pairing Picture Books with Maker Activities

Nan Stifel, Librarian

QR code links to a 26 page document on how to create easy, fun Maker projects based on picture books.  

IMG_4628.JPG

31 Office Mix

A free add-on to Microsoft Powerpoint 2013

Office Mix adds functionality to PowerPoint 2013 that allows you to record audio or video of yourself presenting, write on your slides as you speak to them, insert quizzes, polls, online videos, and more. In fact, you can even do full screen capture and record anything on your PC. Once downloaded,Office Mix appears as an additional toolbar in PowerPoint.  https://mix.office.com/Home/Setup

32 Elementary Resources from ISTE 2015

-Copernicus - Work caddy and carts- really interesting way for students to keep up with their device and other classroom materials and then just plug in and hang to store.

www.copernicused.com

-Skype in the classroom- this can take your students anywhere.

www.education.skype.com

and mysteryskpe- www.mysterskypeonenote.com

-Purple Mash- a wonderful website for elementary school children containing dozens of creative tools. education games and themed resources- 12 month free subscription.

the site is www.purplemash.com/MASHV115

username: admin

Password: changeme

then you can create your class

the free sharing code is MASHV115

if you share this info with anyone and they log on they will get 12 months free and for every school that tries its our free trial will extend by 1 month. So tell your friends at other schools.

-TeachersFirst- this is a trove of teaching treasures. ITs a free database of educator reviewed resources, ready to go activities, webinars, and other free resources. Its created by teachers for teachers. the site is www.teachersfirst.com

-PBS Learning Media- another free database for digital teacher resources designed to enrich classroom instruction and build one of a kind learning experiences. www.pbslearningmedia.org

-Mrs. Cathy’s class- blog and on twitter- Alan November spoke regarding her blog and twitter account and about how much information students can learn from twitter. Check out her blog and twitter account.

- Explee.com- this is an interactive website that allows you to create videos with animation, words. music and movement. Once you sign up there is a 14 day free trial, then you can join. It is relatively easy and fun to use.

-www.tozzl.com- a free pinboard for people to use and add pins to for resources that can be shared and added to.

-www.plickers.com a free way to asses your students using your digital device. the students hold up a card that represents an answer and your device reads the cards and then gives you the results.

32.0.1 -www.biblionasium.com -What can BiblioNasium do for educators?

BiblioNasium is a fun and engaging reading community that will help you connect to your students outside of the classroom.  You can setup your favorite books and recommended lists on virtual bookshelves that will be available to your students at all times. Students can email you their reading logs instead of handing them in on paper; you can set up fun challenges and rewards that will help encourage your students to keep reading, and you can set up a reading list that the students won’t lose. It brings children together and gives them a chance to easily recommend books to each other.