2018 AETC One-Hour Session Evaluation
Participants: We ask that you fill out a Session Evaluation for each session you attend. Your feedback is important to us.
Please choose the Wednesday, June 13 one-hour session you attended.
101 - Integrating Technology into STEM-based Science with the 5E Instructional Model
102 - What's New in Atriuum
103 - The Power of Digital Storytelling for the Invisible Student
104 - Become Future Ready! Start Coding Today!
105 - Amazon Alexa for Your Home and Classroom
106 - ilearn and ientertain with iPad
107 - Scratch that Itch!
108 - Seesaw: The New Playground of Learning
109 - "Let's Save the Trees" the QR Code in the BYOD Classroom
111 - Let Your Students Take the Wheel as They Drive Their Learning with BrainPOP!
112 - Learning in the Lab - Let's Code
113 - Simplified Management for Windows, MacOS, iOS, Android, & ChromeOS Devices within a single platform.
114 - Let Me Show You What My Students Can Do!
115 - Future Ready Skills: The Power of Passion-Driven PBL in the 1:1 G-Suite Classroom
116 - Transform your classroom with Nearpod: engage, motivate, and excite your students!
117 - Merge Cube: Its best apps, tips, tricks, insights, and stories from the classroom.
118 - Managing the 1 to 1 Classroom
119 - Breaking Out of Boredom in Social Studies for Alabama's Bicentennial (Alabama Dept. of Archives)
120 - Six Steps for Creating more Collaborative Schools and Classrooms
121 - Coding in the K-5 Classroom
122 - Google for Education Presents: What's New
123 - ePortfolios + Student Led Conferences = The Perfect Combination
124 - Lights, camera, action! Using technology to promote your students and classroom in the community!
125 - Reading for Meaning with Read Live
126 - Paperless Formative and Summative Assessments in the Classroom Using Socrative
127 - Thinking in the Third Dimension
128 - Using Social Media for Professional Learning
129 - So, you want to be a professional YouTuber? GREAT!
130 - Throw Away the Red Pen: Effective and Efficient Digital Grading
131 - Transforming student devices into collaboration tools using SMART software!
132 - Introduction to Computational Thinking
133 - Are Your Classroom Management Strategies a Failing Experiment?
134 - Professional Development with Google
135 - Middle Schoolers & the Digital World: A Clarification of Their Brains, Phones, and Learning
136 - Technology in the Flexible Classroom
137 - EVERFI Digital Resources - No Cost - Financial Education, Digital Citizenship, SEL, & more Critical Skills for Students
138 - Paperless Formative & Summative Assessment in the MATH Classroom using Socrative
139 - Let's Go on a Learning Adventure!
140 - Branding & Social Media: Who is telling your story and what are you doing about it?
141 - Virtual Reality. What the heck is it? Where can I find it, and how can I create it?
142 - Tech-Based Formative Assessment
143 - Leading and Learning with Google Classroom
144 - Unlocking Creativity in Each Student
145 - Introduction to Coding for Intermediate Grades
146 - The Keys to Success: Exploring the Technological Infrastructure Support for ACCESS Virtual Learning
147 - Assistive Technology in the Classroom
148 - Girls Tech Club
149 - Updates from the Alabama Supercomputer Authority - What's new in 2018?
150 - Supporting Today's K-12 Technology & Curriculum Teams
151 - Using Seesaw to Assess with Google Forms
152 - VR Your Conference
153 - The Osmo Class
154 - Oh, the Places You Can Go...Add, Embed, and Integrate with Microsoft OneNote CLass Notebook.
155 - STEM in the Secondary Classroom
156 - Modern Classroom Collaboration
157 - Coursework Connections for Coding
158 - Google Resources for Easy Inclusion Collaboration and SPED Accommodations: Using Technology to make it easy.
160 - Choosing the Right Front of the Classroom Display Technology in Support of Instructional Productivity
161 - Digital Differentiation: The Best in Blended Learning
162 - Formative Assessments for Elementary Students
163 - Instructional Technology Tools for School Leaders
164 - Make It!! Letting Kids Build the World
165 - Using Video Production to Foster Digital Literacy: Promoting Functional, Critical, and Rhetorical Literacy in Students
166 - Engage Every LEarner with STEM
167 - Designing Practical STEAM Lesson Plans
168 - Let's Dive into Activities in Seesaw
169 - The "Coding" Project
170 - Elementary? High School? Apps that are universal despite the grade level!
171 - 4 Easy Tech Tools for Student Learning Projects
172 - App Smashing the 4 Cs of Science
173 - Introduction to Digital Literacy and Computer Science Course of Study: K-5 Computational Thinker
174 - Introduction to Digital Literacy and Computer Science Course of Study: 6-8 Computational Thinker
175 - Introduction to Digital Literacy and Computer Science Course of Study: 9-12 Global Collaborator and Citizen of a Digital Culture
176 - Introduction to Digital Literacy and Computer Science Course of Study: K-5 Citizen of a Digital Culture
177 - Introduction to Digital Literacy and Computer Science Course of Study: 6-8 Citizen of a Digital Culture
178 - Introduction to Digital Literacy and Computer Science Course of Study: 9-12 Computational Thinker and Computing Analyst
179 - Introduction to Digital Literacy and Computer Science Course of Study: K-5 Global Collaborator
180 - Introduction to Digital Literacy and Computer Science Course of Study: 6-8 Global Collaborator
181 - Introduction to Digital Literacy and Computer Science Course of Study: 9-12 Innovative Designer
182 - Choosing the Right Front of the Classroom Display Technology in Support of Instructional Productivity
Please choose the Thursday, June 14 one-hour session you attended.
201 - Using Technology to Transform Small Group Instruction
202 - TED-Ed Clubs: Empowering Students to Spread Ideas
203- Digital Citizenship: Skills Everyone Needs to Know
204 - The Super Spark: 60 Tools to Start the Fire
205 - Google Classroom. Nuts. Bolts. Accessories.
207 - ENGAGE: Integrate Digital & Online Learning Tools into the Classroom to Motivate Readers
208 - The G-Suite Platform and the Teacher Effectiveness Process: Creating a System
209 - Tech + Content = A Resse's Cup
210 - Opening the Door to OER: How to Find and Use Freely Available Educational Resources
211 - The Death of Old School Engagement!
212 - Introduction to Vulnerability Scanning for Technology Coordinators
213 - The Buzz About the Brain: Growth Mindset Integration in the Elementary Classroom
214 - How to Ignite Innovation in the Classroom
215 - Google Sheets Add-Ons: Increase Your Productivity
216 - So, you want to do more with Classroom...
217 - Chromebook Tire Kick
218 - Engaging Students with Interactive Lessons with Nearpod
219 - Differentiated Instruction using Technology
220 - DON'T USE WIKIPEDIA--Wait. Do use Wikipedia, but use it wisely.
221 - Save Supplies and Time with Digital Interactive Notebooks
222 - Tell Your Story with Tour Builder
223 - Creating an Excellent Virtual Adventure
224 - And the students say, "Let's work!"
225 - If You Build it They Will Come: Effective Coaching Practices
226 - Demystifying Digital Portfolios: Everything You Need to Get Started for Free
227 - Creating Presentations through Infographics
228 - Join the Hype Club! How to Hype it Up with Hyperdocs
229 - Gadgets
230 - I am a Leader of Technology. Uh-Oh
231 - I Do, We Do, You Do of Technology Integration
232 - Time Saving Tips and Tricks Using G Suite
233 - Duck, Duck...Goose Chase! Personalize Learning with Online Scavenger Hunts
234 - Is the Pen Mightier Than the Keyboard?: Growing Effective Communication Skills for Students Living in the Digital
235 - Choose Your Own Reality! A Comparison of Tools, Apps, & Uses to Integrate VR Today!
236 - Not 1:1? Not a Problem!
237 - Updates and Best Practices for Common Formative Assessment Tools
238 - The Edge of the Box: Creating a Learning Environment That Breaks Down Barriers.
239 - Assessment made Simple with Google Forms
240 - Make Wonder with Wonder Workshop
241 - Creating Online Animated GIFs, Mems, and Avatars
242 - Teaching Writing with Google Classroom
243 - iPad Clips: Movie Making for the Rest of Us
244 - Sweet Suite!
245 - Using EquatIO and MathSpace with Google to Go Paperless in Math
246 - Using Emerging Technology Across the Curriculum and Beyond!
247 - Come ESCAPE the Analog Classroom: Digital Breakouts
248 - "Are There Any Humanities Growing Amongst the STEMs?"
249 - Divide and Collab: Using Technology to Enhance Collaboration with your Peers
250 - The Transformative Pwer of Coaching: The Dynamic Learning Project Model
251 - Go Viral! Using Videos to Educate and Engage
252 - The 7 Keys to Success: Unleashing Teacher and Student Potential
253 - 20% Time Passion Projects
254 - Cool Tools 4 School
256 - Tech Tools that Support Culturally Responsive Instruction
257 - Using Digital Tools to Give All Students a Voice in the Language Arts Classroom
258 - Transform Your Teaching with HyperDocs
259 - No Tech? Low Tech? No Problem!
260 - Sparking Student Voice with Seesaw
261 - Introduction to Digital Literacy and Computer Science Course of Study: K-5 Computing Analyst
262 - Introduction to Digital Literacy and Computer Science Course of Study: 6-8 Computing Analyst
264 - Introduction to Digital Literacy and Computer Science Course of Study: K-5 Innovative Designer
265 - Introduction to Digital Literacy and Computer Science Course of Study: 6-8 Innovative Designer
Please choose the Thursday, June 14 Poster Session you attended.
Learner Engagement in Online Asynchronous Courses
SAMR & Technology Coaching
"Thinking like a journalist: Teaching story-oriented perspectives for finding common ground and avoiding bias."
Mobile Devices in the Classroom
Helping ELLs through Technology
Using Universal Design for Learning to Reach ALL Students
Girls, Don't Dream It - See It!
Teaching English Culture and Customs through WeChat
Digital Citizenship: Charting the Journey for Practitioners
Reflective Learning through Electronic Digital Portfolios in Google Sites
The presenter(s) communicated clearly and thoroughly.
The audiovisual equipment used by the presenter enhanced the presentation.
I can use what I have learned in my classroom.
The presenter(s) was/were sensitive to the needs of the audience.
The questions and concerns of the audience were appropriately addressed.
I have concrete ideas about how I will apply what I have learned when I return to my school system.
The presenter(s) was/were knowledgeable about the topic addressed.
The room was conducive to learning.
The facilitator began and ended the session on time and closed the session when full.
I would recommend this session to others.
Did this session meet your expectations?
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