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Agenda View of October 14th Schedule
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*Room assignments and schedule subject to change
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8:00 - 8:30 Registration
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8:30 - 8:45AuditoriumWelcomeSteve McDermott, Superintendent, Creston Schools
Lane Plugge, Chief Administrator, Green Hills AEA
David VanHorn, Associate Administrator, Green Hills AEA
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8:45 - 9:45 KeynoteAuditoriumLaunching a Blended Learning ClassroomMarcia Kish
DSD Professional Development
Developing the starting point of a blended learning classroom that will transform the way educators teach. In this keynote, I will share the success stories, digital tools, and timelines to help develop a blended learning classroom. Participants will walk away with technology tools, hands-on activity to deploy in the blended learning classroom, as well as a rubric for blended learning implementation.All grade LevelsAll content areasBlended Learning
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10:00 - 10:45 Session 1
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Session 1
Auditorium7 C's of Blended LearningMarcia Kish
DSD Professional Development
Participants in this hands-on workshop will get a chance to learn how to take their blended learning classroom to the next level by implementing the 7 C's. The 7 C's include creativity, collaboration, communication, critical thinking, courage, curiosity, and compassion. The workshop will be divided up into seven modules. The modules will be broken down into a collaboration round, teacher facilatated round, creatifity round, and exploration round. Each module will give the educators a chance to explore online and offline resources. Join us as we take off for an adventure through the 7 C's in the blended learning classroom.All grade LevelsAllBlended Learning
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Session 1215Using Video in the Blended ClassroomJudy Griffin
Green Hills AEA
https://sites.google.com/a/ghaea.org/green-hills-1-1/judygriffin2016EdPuzzle and EduCannon are wonderful tools for a Flipped or Blended Classrooms. You will see examples of each and have time to choose one to create a learning "experience" for your students.All grade LevelsAll Content AreasBlended Learning
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Session 1211Connecting The AEA Media Center and Tier Two Striving ReadersMaryann Farrell
Green Hills AEA
goo.gl/mujPQUUsing both direct instruction and station rotation, in a "Blended Learning" environment discover what the AEA Media Center offers your students as they strive to become readers and writers. All Elementary LevelsLanguage ArtsBlended Learning
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Session 1213
Remote Session
She Said/She Said: Accessible Materials and TechnologiesMaggie Pickett, Iowa Department of Education
Joy Smiley Zabala, AEM Center, Center for Applied Special Technologies
Navigating a system to support the provision of Accessible Materials is challenging and different from state-to-state, especially in an ever-changing digital world. In this He Said, She Said! session, Kirk Behnke, the Director of Technical Assistance at the National Center on Accessible Educational Materials for Learning, will be provide an overview of accessible materials and technologies. While Maggie Pickett will examine this content within the state of Iowa.All Grade LevelsSpecial Education/Assistive TechnologyAssistive Technology
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Session 1301Catching up With KidsStephanie Lane, Green Hills AEA
Teri Keeler
Ryan McKim
Steve McDermott
Students, Creston Schools
Recently at Creston Community Schools we have focused on expanded learning experiences associated with collaboration, communication, and technology. We have created two 21st Century Classrooms allowing our teachers and students to experience & embrace a more contemporary learning environment. We will share our journey, partnerships, student success and our expansion plans. Hear from our students first hand how this has transformed their learning experiences and the tools being used.All Grade LevelsAll Content Areas
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Session 1313
Remote Session
Technology and Cross-Cultural DifferencesSam Marquez
Kurzweil
How assistive technology is responding to the demographic changes in our communitiesAll grade LevelsELLAssistive Technology
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Session 1320Seesaw, Make Your Classroom a Learning Playground!Gail Maxwell
Tara Littler-School
Becci Reining
Griswold Schools
Come learn to use this amazing app that enables students to document learning and easily share it with their teacher, each other and their parents. We will learn how to set up a class and the different ways students can capture learning or add digital creations. This is a free app and can be used on any IOS or Android device, Kindle Fire, Chromebook, and any computer with Chrome or Firefox. It also works seamlessly with a variety of other apps. You will walk away loving Seesaw!All ElementaryAll
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Session 1315Great Ideas: Where to Find Them and Where to Keep ThemBonnie Kramer
Riverside Schools
https://goo.gl/9pCqP8Whether new or veteran, all of us like to find great ideas to enhance our instruction, but where do we look? When we find something, where do we keep it to find it again? This session will focus on curation sites like Pinterest, EdShelf and Symbaloo as resources for ideas, and a place to keep those websites and videos you have found. Although it will focus on elementary music, others might find the information useful as well. Please be willing to share one or two of your favorite resources!All ElementaryMusic
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Session 1LibraryTechnology LoungeAEA StaffThe "Technology Lounge" will be open throughout the day, stop by for informal demonstrations and some hands-on experience with new technologies. A charging station will also be available to charge your device or to have informational conversations with colleagues.All grade LevelsAll
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Session 1216My Google Maps and Google CardboardLesa Downing
Wendy Hartsock
Scott Wagner
Creston Schools
Experience a Social Studies or Geography lesson using My Google Maps and Google Cardboard.All SecondaryHistory/Social Studies
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Session 1310Clean Up Your Google MessShayla Findley
Sarah Stephens
Creston Schools
You will learn how to organize all of your google docs into folders to help you find things more efficiently.All grade LevelsAll
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11:00- 11:45 Session 2
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Session 2AuditoriumAppSmashing 101Marcia Kish
DSD Professional Development
We will explore how to use online applications, iOS applications, and Google Add-ons to create easire ways to communicate, collaborate, create, and develope critical thinking projects. We all know that the average applicatio life is seven days. So to extend the life of an app we share out with teachers on how to smash together applications to produce quality projects that show off what the studets know as well as provide more time for the teacher. This hands-on workshop will explroe many applicaions that are free and availble in iOS devices, Chromebooks, as well as online. By learning how to AppSmash the teacher will spend less time grading papers, sending emails, and more time working with students in the classroom.All grade LevelsAllBlended Learning
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Session 2313AAC Evaluation & ImplementationJulie Duer
Talk to Me Technologies
We will discuss the qualifications of someone for AAC use on a continuum of no-tech to low-tech through high-tech, what features are available to allow for increased student success in their communication endeavors, differing access methods, and how to implement the use of a Speech Generating Device across multiple environments.
All Grade LevelsSpecial Education
Assistive Technology
Assistive Technology
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Session 2308Plethora of Sites and AppsGinger Bechtold
Atlantic CSD
goo.gl/3EGZp5
This session is a showcase of websites and apps for secondary teachers. Are you tired of using google to find websites to supplement your curriculum? This session is designed to help you out with a plethora of sites.
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Session 2320So You Want to Blend Your Classroom OnlineDenise Krefting
AEA PD Online
goo.gl/a7zsuoThis session will explore blended learning for the classroom. We will discuss why you might want to take this leap, what to think about before converting a course to online, the challenges and tips for a successful online course. This session will also demonstrate the AEA K-12 Online Learning management system (LMS), which is available for free to all Iowa teachers. All grade LevelsAll content Areas
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Session 2211Writing for an Authentic Audience Maryann Farrell
Green Hills AEA
goo.gl/mujPQUIn this session you will be a hands on session. It will use the Mackin eBooks resource. Writers now can use one of the free online story tools such as Storybird or Storyjumper to write a story. Mackin now allows schools to add their own content. Writers in your district can upload their stories and everyone in the district will be able to read it. All Grade LevelsAll Content AreasBlended Learning
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Session 2318Integrated Learning Classrooms (ILC)Mike Wells, Hamburg CSD
Wendy Duncan, Hamburg CSD
Rick Danielson, PWR Advantage
Feel free to stop by the ILC throughout the day and check it out!Come visit the ILC (Integrated Learning Classroom) - Hamburg received a redesign the classroom grant during the 2015-2016 school year. The district created an Integrated Learning Classroom which allows maximum student collaboration in a project based setting. All Grade LevelsAll Content Areas
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Session 2310Weebly WebsitesLaura Granger
Creston Schools
Weebly WebsitesWeebly is an easy drag and drop website creator that teachers, coaches, and club sponsors can use to communicate and promote their class and/or program with the school and community. Plus it's FREE! Come to this session to learn the basics of Weebly, ways it can be incorporated in your classroom or for your after-school groups, and Q&A session for tips and tricks.All Grade LevelsAll Content Areas
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Session 2
214This Is How We Do It!Amy Pattee, AHSTW
Sarah Fink, Harlan
In this session, we will share what technology integration and collaboration looks like in our schools and we would love to hear how you do it! In this open discussion we will exchange ideas, experiences and tips for effective technology integration. All Grade LevelsTechnology Integration, Teacher-Librarians
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Session 2301Lights…..Camera…..Action!! - A Panther TV ProductionStephanie Lane, Green Hills AEA
Teri Keeler
Ryan McKim
Students, Creston Schools
Come experience first hand how a group of students are changing the way we view and experience "school". See how the 4Cs are fueling and motivating HS students to gain real world experience while promoting a positive culture for the Panthers. This session will show meaningful applications of academia that truly empowers students to become critical thinkers and problem solvers while establishing community partnerships and building relationships that will help them to be successful in the future.High SchoolAll Content Areas
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Session 2213Using Flex Days to Differentiate Instruction in a Content Heavy CourseRyan Loots
Thomas Jefferson High School
Council Bluffs
https://goo.gl/QW0LiuTeachers will learn how to use formative assessment to plan for flex days in content heavy classes. Flex days and formative assessments will help teachers meet the needs of all of their students.High SchoolAll Content Areas
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Session 2304Technology in FCS CoursesLori Burton
Treynor High School
Family and Consumer Sciences covers a wide range of topics, and so will this session on technology use in FCS classroom. See how you can use technology in Foods & Nutrition, Interior Design, Child Development and Clothing Design Classes. After a brief overview of technology use throughout FCS, we will do one project as a group using a Cricut machine. Using the Cricut we will design, cut and print materials which can be used in textile and interior design projects.All SecondaryFCS
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Session 2315Visual CommunicationBonnie Kramer
Riverside Schools
https://goo.gl/1a8WtJThis session will address Picture Superiority Effect-how we remember more with visual images. Attendees will be introduced to several fun websites to add visual images to presentations and signage as well as create infographics.All grade LevelsAll
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Session 2216Google Classroom BasicsLesa Downing
Stacy Shepherd
Creston Schools
If you are "new" to the Google classroom experience and are interested in exploring the options that Google classroom has to offer, then join us for a collaborative learning experience! All grade LevelsAll
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Session 2205
REMOTE WEBINAR
Read&Write for Google: The Literacy Support Tool Every Student NeedsDebbie Shaw
Texthelp, Inc.
As many as two-thirds of students in classrooms today score below proficiency in reading. This includes students who speak English as a second language, students with disabilities, and a whole lot of other students who do not yet possess the skills needed to meet today’s rigorous standards. While the Google Apps for Education environment provides great tools for productivity and collaboration, many literacy supports needed by these struggling students are still lacking.

In this session, attendees will see a demonstration of Read&Write for Google™ Chrome and Snapverter, powerful GAFE extensions with over 4.5 million users. This extension works with Google Documents, Web pages, and other common file types, such as PDF, ePub, and JPG, in Google Drive. Participants will learn more about common technology supports such as text-to-speech, word prediction, dictation, text and picture dictionaries, annotations … and more … that can help all students and especially those who struggle with reading and writing. These tools can be used through the Chrome browser on PCs, Macs, and Chromebooks.

Participants in this session will:
-Learn to accommodate different learning styles using tools from the Read&Write for Google Chrome Toolbar
-Create customized vocabulary lists and study guides
-Find new resources for accessing digital text
-Learn how to access a “Free for Teachers” account

You will get a thorough overview of all the tools and information on how you can access so that you can explore in more detail later, at your convenience.
All grade LevelsLiteracy/Special Ed/ELLAssistive Technology
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Session 2LibraryTechnology LoungeAEA StaffThe "Technology Lounge" will be open throughout the day, stop by for informal demonstrations and some hands-on experience with new technologies. A charging station will also be available to charge your device or to have informational conversations with colleagues.All grade LevelsAll
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Session 2306Accessing Behavior and Literacy Supports OnlineVal Giegerich
Green Hills AEA
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1YGpXIsDAB2fk_Fov1w2IcGp7-dfPM8KyNNxSTwusHwk/editWe will dig into websites that offer Literacy Supports and Behavior SupportsAll grade LevelsBehavior
Literacy
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Session 2302Implementing STEM Grants in the ClassroomBrett Wennihan
South Page Schools
The presentation will be a session of how South Page used a VREP/HyperStream Grant in the science classroom for 2015 and how South Page will utilize Making Connections in STEM this upcoming year. The session will also address the future implications of STEM grants for future purpose.All SecondaryAll
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11:45 - 1:00 LUNCH - Pick up and eat in Commons
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1:00 - 1:45 Session 3
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Session 3AuditoriumBlended or On the Rocks: Making Blended Learning WorkMarcia Kish
DSD Professional Development
Blended learning has been around for the last twelve years. With four key models of blended learning schools have taken pieces and parts to cresate their own mixology of blended learning. There is no right or wrong way to stir together the ingredients of blended learning, it is all about how to make the program work for your school or classroom. During this hands-on workshop the participants will watch, learn, and explore data from blended learning schools from around the country. The workshop will be set up in a rotational blended learning model. As the participants move from teacher directed, group activities, and independent learning they will have time to reflect on the different learning modalities, level of student engagement, define different types of blended learning models, and compare the blended learning techniques. Come learn how to strt a bleded learning classroom or reflect on how your blended learning environment compares to other clssrooms round the country.All grade LevelsAll content AreasBlended Learning
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Session 3211Using Video Tools in a Blended Learning ClassroomMaryann Farrellgoo.gl/mujPQULearn to use VideoNot.es and Vialogues for collaboration and discussions plus assessment. These online tools allow for note taking and quizzes to be taken within the video itself.All Grade levelsAll Content AreasBlended Learning
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Session 3215Blend SpaceJudy Griffin
Green Hills AEA
https://sites.google.com/a/ghaea.org/green-hills-1-1/judygriffin2016Blendspace is an excellent free tool to create blended or flipped lessons. Besides sharing lessons, you can also use it to collect web sources in a single place that you can share with just one link. There will be time to create your own BlendSpace so bring your laptop!All Grade Levelsmost content areasBlended Learning
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Session 3313Driving Student Achievement with 3D Virtual Reality- zSpacePat Salstrand
zSpace
Learn how zSpace,screen based 3D Virtual reality, will enable students of all abilities to grow in engagement and achievment. We are always looking for tools that can help us teach students better to get more students learning, or students learning more efficiently, or students learning at greater breadth and depth. We want to help students engage their own motivation for learning and remain curious about learning.
All Grade LevelsAll Administrators
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Session 3205
REMOTE WEBINAR
Read & Write for Google: The Literacy Support Tool Every Student NeedsDebbie Shaw
Texthelp, Inc.
As many as two-thirds of students in classrooms today score below proficiency in reading. This includes students who speak English as a second language, students with disabilities, and a whole lot of other students who do not yet possess the skills needed to meet today’s rigorous standards. While the Google Apps for Education environment provides great tools for productivity and collaboration, many literacy supports needed by these struggling students are still lacking.

In this session, attendees will see a demonstration of Read&Write for Google™ Chrome and Snapverter, powerful GAFE extensions with over 4.5 million users. This extension works with Google Documents, Web pages, and other common file types, such as PDF, ePub, and JPG, in Google Drive. Participants will learn more about common technology supports such as text-to-speech, word prediction, dictation, text and picture dictionaries, annotations … and more … that can help all students and especially those who struggle with reading and writing. These tools can be used through the Chrome browser on PCs, Macs, and Chromebooks.

Participants in this session will:
-Learn to accommodate different learning styles using tools from the Read&Write for Google Chrome Toolbar
-Create customized vocabulary lists and study guides
-Find new resources for accessing digital text
-Learn how to access a “Free for Teachers” account

You will get a thorough overview of all the tools and information on how you can access so that you can explore in more detail later, at your convenience.
All Grade LevelsLiteracy/Special Ed/ELLAssistive Technology
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Session 3216One Teacher, Many Learners: How to Help All Students Excel in MathDan Hunt, DreamBox
Carrie O'Donnell-Brink, Council Bluffs
With a look at DreamBox's data-intensive approach to assessment and personalized instruction, participants will receive complimentary access to DBL environments and administrative dashboards after engaging in a conversation about how adaptive learning technologies extend the capacity of the teacher to individualize math instruction and enhance learning.Math, Principals, Superintendents, Technology Coordinators, Technology Integration/Instructors, Personalized InstructionEarly Childhood, All Elementary, Middle/Junior High
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Session 3302Math is FUNctionalTera Schechinger
Green Hills AEA
We will use technology tools to understand the functions standards within grades 8-12 Iowa Core Math. The standards will be developed through the use of online sites or apps. We plan to use teacher.desmos.com, video analyzer, and gizmos as a few options.All SecondaryMath
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Session 3315Differentiating with TechnologyBonnie Kramer
Riverside Schools
https://goo.gl/FRoXnBThis session will introduce different apps that can be used for formative assessment, as well as apps aligned with Bloom's Taxonomy with ideas of how they can be used in the classroomAll grade LevelsAll content Areas
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Session 3304Blogging in the ClassroomJon Thomson
Deena Bevins
Creston Schools
Using Blogging as a way to communicate, share ideas, and interests. Upper Elementary to High School. Middle/Junior High All content Areas
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Session 3213Google ClassroomMaggie Arnold
Danielle Flores
Creston Schools
The use of google classroom for collaboration, testing, daily assignments, and announcements.All SecondaryAll content Areas
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Session 3LibraryTechnology LoungeAEA StaffThe "Technology Lounge" will be open throughout the day, stop by for informal demonstrations and some hands-on experience with new technologies. A charging station will also be available to charge your device or to have informational conversations with colleagues.All grade LevelsAll content Areas
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Session 2
214EconEdLinkKyle Osborne
Bob Mantell
TS Institute
Iowa Council for Economic Education
This tool provides internet-based economic and personal finance lesson materials for K-12 teachers. It has over 450 lessons and each lesson has a teacher and student version. And it's completely free.

After a brief introduction, we will have a brief introduction and facilitate a scavenger hunt that challenges teachers to use EconEdLink to hunt for answers to questions within the online platform. We will be giving away several copies of the Council for Economic Education's "Virtual Economics" resource tool for those who have success in the scavenger hunt. Virtual Economics 4.5 is a repository of 1,200 + economics and financial literacy lessons as well as 500 + economics and financial literacy terms and definitions for K-12 educators.
All grade LevelsFCS
Economics
Business
Social Studies
CTE
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Session 3308PD In Your PajamasGinger Bechtoldgoo.gl/3ncKOSLearn about easy and personal professional development through webinars.All Grade LevelsAll Content Areas
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Session 3306Presentations with POW!Carleen Perry
Shenandoah Schools
Looking for a presentation format that can be used by both you and your students, one that will have some POW? Come to this session to see how POW up your skills and increase student interest. This type of presentation can be used for multiple purposes. This session will be both learning and interacting POWerful opportunity.All grade LevelsAll content Areas
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Session 3204Student Projects Using Green Screen TechnologyRichard Siglin
Creston Schools
I will show some student work and demonstrate some VERY BASIC "how to".All SecondaryAll
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Session 3320What's New with PBS Learning MediaStacie Steveson
Iowa Public Television
PBS LearningMedia is changing and growing. Come find out how! IPTV's Stacie Steveson will walk you through some of IPTV and PBS's best resources - all FREE!All grade LevelsAll content Areas
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Session 3316Augmented RealityAdam Triggs
East Union
https://goo.gl/OXW5X7I will present two modes of incorporating augmented reality into the classroom. The first is Tracker. Tracker is freeware that allows in depth analysis of motion in videos recorded by students. See Kinematics of a Grasshopper on YouTube by Smarter Every Day for more information. I will introduce the capabilities of Tracker, give a tutorial, and show student work.

The second is an AR Sandbox. That can be searched on YouTube to see it in action. The AR Sandbox is a great engineering project that can cross into other departments. This is a major undertaking where networking with others is an advantage. I will have an AR Sandbox there to play with, discuss the technical requirements, and give an overview of our experience building the sandbox.
High SchoolScience
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Session 3310Practical Uses of Technology in the Elementary ClassroomMaria Blake
Traci Toms
Shenandoah Schools
We would like to share how blogging in the elementary classroom is easy and fun. We will show ways to utilize blogs to enhance what your are already doing in the classroom. Utilizing QR codes in the writing classroom as an alternative to share completed writing/product with peers. Highlight the classroom day through Twitter. Storybird is a great way for students to create and/or publish work electronically. It can be shared with family and friends. We Video and Move Note are ways our students have shared learning with others. This sounds like a lot, but elementary teachers are fast learners and quick studies. The students are super helpful once they have been shown. Many times they are good to go.
All ElementaryAll content Areas
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2:00 - 2:45 Session 4
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Session 4215Formative Assessment Tools for the Blended ClassroomJudy Griffin
Green Hills AEA
https://sites.google.com/a/ghaea.org/green-hills-1-1/judygriffin2016There are many tech tools that you can use to assess student progress and knowledge without much time on your part!All Grade LevelsAll Content AreasBlended Learning
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Session 4211Blend Your ClassesMaryann Farrell
Green Hills AEA
goo.gl/mujPQUWhat’s new in the Iowa AEA Online Databases? How do they support blended learning? Can you use these resources easily with Google Classroom? Come to this session to see how all of the content Iowa has provided to you and your students can support teaching and learning in a Blended/flipped classroom. All Grade LevelsAll Content AreasBlended Learning
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Session 4313Digital Citizenship, Financial Education, and STEM Readiness Tools for Secondary TeachersJessica Fiemer
EverFi
EverFi provides educators with engaging, online learning resources focused on critical skills such as financial literacy, digital citizenship, STEM careers, healthy relationships, and entrepreneurship. Each tool is available to schools at no cost thanks to sponsors. Over 400 Iowa schools are already using an EverFi course. Everyone who attends this session will be given login credentials, standards-alignment documents, lesson plans and ongoing technical and curriculum support at no cost.Middle/Junior HighTechnology
Integration
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Session 4213Google AppsMaggie Arnold
Danielle Flores
Creston Schools
Google App introduction for forms, classroom, docs, sheetsMiddle/Junior HighAll Content Areas
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Session 4306Flipped ClassroomAngela Halsten
Creston Schools
I will be explaining how to implement a flipped classroom environment where students watch videos for background knowledge and then work cooperatively during class to complete assignments or projects that relate to the video material. This will include using edpuzzle and google classroom to assign videos as well as keep track of what students are completing. All Secondary LevelsAll Content Areas
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Session 4315100% Student Engagement - Pear DeckDave Frayser
PearDeck
We're a formative assessment app for teachers to use in class! Join over 200,000 teachers who use it today!All grade LevelsAll content Areas
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Session 4LibraryTechnology LoungeAEA StaffThe "Technology Lounge" will be open throughout the day, stop by for informal demonstrations and some hands-on experience with new technologies. A charging station will also be available to charge your device or to have informational conversations with colleagues.All grade LevelsAll content Areas
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Session 4205
Remote session
GoOpenKristina Petershttp://tech.ed.gov/open-education/go-open-districts/launch/All grade LevelsAll content Areas
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Session 4301Coaching Technology: HUDL, Echo & MoreRyan McKim
Jon Thomson
Casey Tanner
Creston Schools
We will discuss & demonstrate practical uses of various coaching technologies.All SecondaryCoaching
Athletics
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Session 4302Set Your "Site" on Math!Patrick Rabbitt
Green Hills AEA
https://sites.google.com/a/ghaea.org/math/Come explore the recently redesigned Green Hills Math website. Find instructional resources, suggested apps, interactive websites, and much more to support K-12 math instruction.All grade LevelsMath
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Session 4214Introduction to LessonPixCheryl Case
Green Hills AEA
LessonPix is an online program to make visuals and learning tools. Early ChildhoodAll content AreasAssistive Technology
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Session 4308Taking STEM to the Next LevelBrett Roberts
Shenandoah
Come hear about the STEM Scale-Up program at Shenandoah CSD and how they made it all the way to Florida. Science
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Session 4320Iowa Special OlympicsKathy Blazek
Parents & Students
Most SPED Students, at all grade levels, need an extra opportunity to shine in their leisure, speaking and athletic skills, as well as an opportunity to practice confidence-building and self-determination. Please come hear about the program if you are interested in helping your students, children or others with intellectual disabilities have fun, meet new people, learn a new sport/activity and participate in age and level appropriate competition, or in setting up a program of your own at your school or in your community. All grade LevelsSpecial Education
Assistive Technology
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Session 4216Telepresence Robots Used by Students, Teachers, Therapists, and Principals in Education and Iowa Able MicrolendingPatti Bahr
ICATER
Telepresence robots are used in schools, business, medicine, and homes. This presentation will provide an overview of telepresence robots and how they are used in various environments. Examples of how the Double Robot is used in the K-12 to university settings will be presentation. Time will be allowed for brainstorming ways that telepresence robots can be used throughout the school environment. Finally, the Double Robot will provide remote presence for one of the presenters.All grade LevelsAssistive TechnologyAssistive Technology
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