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Session I 8:00-9:10
1 Credit
Google Classroom
in Elementary
- Jennie Bridger
The Magic of Google Forms
- Jennifer Canizares
Which Digital Formative Assessment Should I Use and Why?
- Chad Morrissey
Maximizing Technology for Teaching
- Emily Burch, Toni Hylander
Citizen Science:It Doesn't Get Any More 'Real World' Than This
- Brenda Swirczynski
Using Skype in the Classroom: A Guide to Making it Work in the Middle/Secondary Classroom
- Deanna Rollette
Teaching in Green (Screen)
- Sara Harris, Beth Muirheid
Digital RtI Data Forms and Digital Campus Dashboard
- Jason Turner
Fun With Flipping
- Tosh McGaughy
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Target AudienceElementary Teachers, Academic Coaches/ InterventionistsEveryoneEveryoneElementary TeachersElementary Teachers, Secondary Teachers, LibrariansEveryone with Middle/Secondary EmphasisEveryoneSecondary and LeadershipElementary/ Secondary Teachers
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DescriptionLet's look at specific ways to use Google Classroom in the elementary. Be sure you know/bring your BISD Google login and password. We will set up your Google Classroom and design activities to use with your students. Come see how Google Forms can make your life as a teacher easier! In this hand-on session, we will experience the magic of Google Forms add ons. This presentation will cover how and why we use different formative assessments from our classroom Formative Assessment Menu page in Canvas. Each assessment tool has its own great uses. The first half of the presentation will consist of a brief overview of several of the formative assessments. In the second half of the presentation we will experience each of the digital assessments so you can see first hand what might work for you in your classroom. Come see how one teacher has jumped into using more technology to save time, help students be more independent, and hold them accountable. Learn how Google Forms can provide instant assessment feedback to students. See how digital badging can hold students accountable for independent work in a fun and engaging way!Come learn how I use Skype in the Classroom to create rigorous and relevant authentic learning experiences. Technical topics such as how-to and troubleshooting will also be discussed. Having your students use a Green Screen app to create video that demonstrates mastery of curriculum content can be very engaging. Come see how this middle school class created video commercials. We will share the lesson design and resources so that your students can create a film using the Green Screen app by Do Ink. We will go from the beginning planning stages to editing and sharing finished products with the teacher and class. Easily adaptable for all content areas. See how we use digital data forms for students using Google Sheets. Also, see how to increase communication on a campus with a digital dashboard as a way to keep all staff members informed about important metrics and campus events going on at the campus using Google Sheets. Using blended expert, Catlin Tucker's, framework for effective flipped classroom implementation, come create a flipped lesson to take back to your classroom on Monday.
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9:10-9:40 General Poster Session - Omni Room
1/2 Credit
https://birdville.schoolobjects.com//wshop/default.aspx?cid=6024Description: Registration for the Poster Session will allow you to view/visit all of the Poster Sessions. Poster sessions are a way for attendees to explore a variety of topics in a multi-booth environment. This allows teachers to engage with Poster Session leaders one-on-one or in small groups. Registration for the Poster Session will allow you to view/visit all of the Poster Sessions.
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Session II
9:40 - 10:45
1 Credit
Tech Tips
- Toni Hylander, Jeff Samuelson, Jennifer Canizares
You Can Do That with YouTube?
- Jennifer Miller
Flipped Instruction for the Elementary Classroom
- Kristin Autrey, Kendall Hardgrove
Taking Goal Setting Digital
- Elizabeth Pauley
(Google) Hanging Out with STEM Challenges - Beth Muirheid, LaNelle Arner-Polak, Julie PursleyAuthentic Tasks Using Google Earth
- Sara Muetzenberg
Sketchnoting101
- Michael Hanson
Distance Stay-cation
- Janet Erlinger
(Stations and In-class flipped) Blended Learning Models to Personalize - Tosh McGaughy
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Target AudienceEveryoneEveryoneElementary TeachersSecondary TeachersEveryoneEveryone, but will have an elementary focusEveryoneEveryoneElementary/Secondary Teachers, Academic Coaches/ Interventionists
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DescriptionJoin us for a fast-paced session of your Digital Learning Specialists' favorite tech tips. We'll explore chrome extensions, keyboard shortcuts, and other tips that will make you more efficient! YouTube is more than just a place to watch hilarious videos. Annotate your videos, produce a photo slideshow, edit your videos, and download free creative commons audio tracks. Come learn how to make YouTube work better for you and your students.An introduction on how to implement flipped instruction into the elementary classroom. Teachers will set up a Google Classroom and practice creating lessons using technology.Want an easier way to track student growth? Try using Google Docs & Sheets to impact your goal-setting conferences! We will walk through the process of setting up student folders in Google drive, as well as the documents used to track student growth. "Hanging Out" can actually be a rigorous and relevant learning experience. Just use Google Hangouts to meet up with other classes in our district to compete in a STEM challenge. You will learn how Google Hangouts work and how to set up a STEM challenge connection for your class. This presentation will begin with an introduction to Google Earth and its different components. We will use several of these components to explore how Google Earth can be used to create rigorous, relevant, and engaging tasks across multiple content areas. Sketchnoting is the merging of written notes with imagery, resulting in a higher level of retention, recall, engagement and visual literacy. Sketchnoting is a perfect strategy for reaching your visual and ELL learners. In this session you will learn 5 basic shapes and techniques needed to begin using sketchnoting with your students. Participants can bring your choice of the following: iPad, Android or Windows touch screen device (a stylus is helpful), or Paper with drawing tools, such as pencils and markers. Tip: Grid paper can be helpful. Colored pencils and pens will improve engagement. Apps to download: Choose Paper 53 for iOS, Adobe Sketch, or Teyasui Sketches. Field trips don't always require a bus. Learning about the inside of the human body doesn't always require the textbook. College visits don't always require a car. All you need is Virtual Reality. Come experience virtual reality headsets and travel to different destinations. See how virtual reality "trips" can be used in any classroom as students learn about cultures, literature settings, countries, space, the human body systems, jobs, colleges, and much more! Come experience blended learning models, station rotation and flipped classroom, from the learner perspective while you learn more about how these models can increase student achievement.
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Session III
11:00 - 12:10
1 Credit
The Flipped Research Paper
- Lindsey Barber
Flipped Math Using Google Classroom - Bridgette LozanoA Little Bird Told Me How to Tell Your Story with Twitter - Mary Terry, Mary HadleyGoogle: My Classroom Hero
- Jenna Henderson, Toni Hylander
BreakOut... Side the Box
- Ashley Hodgson, Beth Muirheid
Easy Formative Assessments and Surveys Using Plickers - Chris ButtsLiterature Response Using Padlet - Teresa Lawson. and Jennifer CanizaresCreate a 21st Century Makerspace Lab - Annell Butler, Chad MorrisseySmart Amp
- Jeff Samuelson
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Target AudienceSecondary TeachersElementary TeachersEveryoneElementary TeachersEveryone Elementary/ Secondary TeachersElementary Teachers, Academic Coaches/ InterventionistsElementary Teachers, LibrariansElementary/Secondary Teachers
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DescriptionTired of pulling all of the hairs out of your head during a research unit? Flip it and put it in Google Classroom. Then coach students who have additional questions. You'll never have to repeat a procedure or process again. Just say, "Watch the video lesson." The kids love it too, because it allows them to learn at their own pace and reference the information again later if needed. Gain more valuable instruction time by using flipped learning in your math class. This model provides tools for students to be well-equipped for every lesson ahead of time. Furthermore, struggling students have everything needed to get additional assistance and practice at home. Twitter has many uses in education: telling your class or campus story, connecting with students/peers in your classroom, removing school walls, connecting globally, and more. In our session, we will share many of the benefits of Twitter in a hands on session. This will include a slow chat, to last the duration of the day. Come see how I use Google and other technology in my classroom to maximize student learning and independence. BreakOutEDU is one of the hottest new game based learning innovations in education today. It's an engaging activity where players work collaboratively to solve a series of critical thinking puzzles in order to open a locked box. These puzzles can be tailored to your curriculum. Use Breakout to introduce a concept, assess for understanding or review for a test. You will have the chance to participate in a BreakOut as well as see how to write your own. Your students will thank you! What if you could ask your students a question and have real data from all of them in about 30 seconds? Plickers is a powerful simple tool that lets teachers collect real-time formative assessment data without the need for student devices. Use Plickers for quick checks for understanding big concepts and mastering key skills. Give all students the chance to participate and engage in learning without feeling self-conscious. No waiting for students to log-in on a computer or even open the right app. Plickers integrates seamlessly into the way you already teach. Plickers can be used in any subject K-12, including PhysEd, Fine Arts, and more. Come see how Padlet can be used as a digital response to literature. Participants will experience the many ways Padlet is used to get students talking about what they are reading. Be sure to bring an iPad for some hands on learning. In a Makerspace Lab students can strengthen academic vocabulary, apply close reading strategies using complex text, and use challenge cards to fulfill the STEM career role of a journalist, scientist, engineer, or artist. Learn how to facilitate the arts, 3D printing, pottery, and video production through the use of QR codes.
SMART amp is an online collaboration space where students can interact with teacher provided content, collaborate with other students, and create their own work spaces to show what they know. Students and teachers can utilize the available drawing tools, insert images, embed video, Notebook, PDF, and Google Docs, and much more! Bring your BISD Google login and unleash the learning!
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