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Title & Links to Session DescriptionsTarget AudiencePresenter(s)Room
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Approaches to Teaching Middle School Earth ScienceMiddle School Earth science teachers and resource teachersBennett Colvin, Science/Math Teacher, Steamboat Springs Middle SchoolUSC 226
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Autism and ABAFULL. Pre K-12 Teachers and ParaprofessionalsLisa Lorenz, Executive Director of the Yampa Valley Autism Program and Jessica Charpentier, Teacher at Strawberry Park Elementary School in Steamboat SpringsLSC 123
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Best Strategies for Student Engagement in ArtK-12 Art Teachers with emphasis on upper elem to HSAbby Schukei is a Middle School Art Teacher in Omaha Nebraska and presenter for the Art of Education232 Art
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Beyond the Schoolhouse Gate:Disciplining Off Campus ConductAdministrators, Counselors, Deans and all responsible for student conduct and disciplineCoulter Bump is an attorney whose practice specializes in legal services to school districtsLEM 113
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Brain Architecture GamePre K-12 Teachers and ParaprofessionalsStephanie Martin, Program Coordinator for First Impressions which is Routt County's Early Childhood CouncilLEM 108
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Capstone ProjectsSecondary educators and administrators who might be involved in the planning and implementation of senior capstone projectsBrenda Brown, Tech Director & Lynette Weddle, HS Lanaguage Arts; North Park SchoolsUSC 221
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Classroom ManagementThis session is designed with the early career teacher or paraprofessional in mind.Raylene Olinger, SEED Innovation Coach, NW BOCESUSC 220
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Close Reading: PrimaryFULL. This session will support the primary elementary classroom teacher as well as interventionists and SPED supportDarcee Kissler, Retired 6th Grade Teacher, EGMSUSC 228
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Crafting Connections: The Power of NetworkingEducators who would like to break down the walls of their classrooms and connect with other educators doing meaningful work.Sean Wybrant, Colorado Teacher of the Year, KeynoteUEM 213
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Engage Students with TechnologyFULL. K-12 Classroom teachers interested in integrating technology into their curriculum and instruction to engage students.Allyson Kopatz, 3rd Grade Teacher & Kristi Lear, Tech Integration Specialist, Strawberry Park ElementaryUSC 222
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Engagement & Language for emerging communicatorsPreK Teachers, Paraprofessionals, and Special Education TeachersJenny Cautrell & Becca Ruske, Speech Language Pathologists, East Grand LEM 109
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Experience Dyslexia SimulationFULL. Target audience for this session is preK-12 educators and administrators.Beth Melton, SEED Innovation Coach, NW BOCES; Katy Foster, Instructional Coach, South Routt Elementary; Sara Boyle, Instructional Coach, Hayden Elementary; Libby Meyring, Instructional Coach, North Routt Community Charter SchoolUSC 217
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Explore National Geographic's Giant Map of ColoradoFULL. All Pre-K-12 TeachersRebecca Theobald is an Assistant Research Professor for the Departmen of Geography and Environmental Studies at the University of Colorado at Colorado SpringsMedia Center-216
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Facilitating Inclusion in Elementary Classroom")Teachers, inclusion providers and paras will all benefit from the information in this session.Alana Moorehead, Paraprofessional & Beth Leys, SPED Teacher, Strawberry Park ElementaryLSC 120
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Introduction to Depth & ComplexityAny K-12 teacher interested in learning the basic strategies offered by the Depth & Complexity framework.Annie Barbier & Cathy GirardUEM 211
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Making Thinking VisibleFULL. All Pre-K-12 Teachers, Administrators and ParaprofessionalsBeth Skelton is a national presenter for English Language Learner educationLower Theatre
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Management, Motivation and MovementSecondary PE teachersJonette Dixon is a PE teacher, coach and presenterKelly Meek Gym
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Math Fluency for 3rd-5th Grades3rd-5th grade teachers, support staff, and administrators
This session is math specific.
Anna Blakeslee, Math Coach & SEED PAK Manager, NW BOCES USC 219
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Movement- Variety is KeyPE teachers K-12. The course is also open to whomever may be interested in learning new motivational activities. A teacher sometimes may need to take a break and loosen the kids up a bit for continued productivity.Artie Weber, PE/Health, South Routt Elementary SchoolOld Gym
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Music Arranging for your Band or ChoirMusic Teachers K-12. Teachers who would like to write unique arrangements specific to their group or create accompaniment tracks for soloists or their ensemble.Dan Bowerly, Band Director, West Grand High School136- Music/Choir
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Power Searching with GoogleK-12 TeachersChristine Schein-Colorado Department of Education-School LibrariesLEM 107
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Robotics- FIRST Tech ChallengeThis session is targeted towards secondary teachers in middle school or high school math and science. Lori Birch & the West Grand Robotics StudentsUEM 212
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School Safety LegislationPre K-12 Teachers, Paraprofessionals, Counselors and AdministrationCraig Hein, General Counsel for Colorado School District Self Insurance PoolUEM 214
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SEED LoungeWould you like the time and support to reflect on your own personal learning needs? The SEED Lounge is the perfect opportunity for teachers or evaluators to spend time working with SEED PAK resources and tools in a relaxed atmosphere. SEED coaches will be on hand to answer questions, give tips on PAK usage and offer support to teachers as they develop professional growth goals. This session is designed specifically for those who are evaluators or are evaluated on the Colorado Rubric for teachers. Come on by and become a SEED Lounger!Maggie Bruski, SEED Innovation Coach, NW BOCESCommons
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Teaching a "Flipped" Math ClassHigh School Math TeachersLee Cox, Math Teacher, South RouttLEM 110
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TPRS #1World Language and ELL Teachers and AdministratorsVon Ray-TPRS presenterLSC 124
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Trauma in Schools OverviewFULL. Pre-K-12 Teachers, Administrator, Counselors and ParaprofessionalsProfessor Ryan Burkhart is the Program Director for the Master of
Arts in Counseling program at Colorado Christian University.
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