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7:45-8:30: Check-In, Breakfast
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8:30-9:45: Opening, Keynote
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9:45-10:15: Book Signing/Networking/Twitter Chat
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10:15-11:05: Session 1
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37Elementary Blended Learning featuring Google ClassroomWhen introducing Blended Learning, one frequent question is, “But how would that look in my elementary classroom?” Come explore Blended Learning and see examples of CCSS lessons delivered using this approach.Susan StewartSusan Stewart is an Authorized Google Education Trainer and a Leading Edge Certified Professional Learning Leader. She is currently the K-12 Instructional Technology Coach for Fowler Unified School District in Central California. Within her district, Susan has facilitated the implementation of a 1:1 program using Chromebooks and GAFE. She regularly works with individual and teams of teachers to promote best practices for using technology to enhance instruction, foster creativity, support and supplement content, and improve assessment.Pedagogy, PBL & More
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31Break the Walls Down: Twitter Chats w/StudentsBreak down the 4 walls of the classroom. Students spend significant time on computers and mobile devices so why not catch them while they’re online. Leverage Twitter to facilitate academic conversations, concept discussions, debates and review for assessments. Learn how to develop and use hashtags to moderate Twitter Chats with all of your students and or one class at a time.Adam JuarezAdam is a 6-12 Technology Integration Coach for Cutler-Orosi Joint Unified School District. He leads teachers in implementing technology into their lessons through one-on-one coaching, demo lessons and professional development. He is a Google Certified Educator Level 2 and co-founder of the Twitter chat #CVTechTalk.Connected Teachers, Connected Classrooms
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39THIS SESSION CANCELLED DUE TO PRESENTER ILLNESS BreakoutEDU: It's time for something differentTHIS SESSION CANCELLED DUE TO PRESENTER ILLNESS Breakout EDU is an emerging platform for immersive gaming in the classroom. As a group, users will work together to solve a series of locks and puzzle to open a Breakout EDU box while learning valuable content along the way. Ali HalseyIn a former life, I was a high school economics and history teacher in Sanger. My new life includes teaching and coaching teachers in K -12 classrooms, filtering my sarcasm to not confuse little ones, and learning to love dancing to GoNoodle (something my former students didn't do!) My loves include baking pies, Seesaw, app smashing, blogging, twitter chats, celebrating creativity, puppetry, Design Thinking and PBL. Classroom Cribs/
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38Not quite PIXAR, but just as much fun!You and your students should be making Stop Motion Videos. Learn how you can and should use their creations. AND make your own quick digital short during our time together! Dustin EllisHi! I'm Dustin and I have been an educator for the past 17 years, and a Teacher on Special Assignment for Digital Literacy for the last 4 years. I love helping teachers learn new ways to reach their students with innovative teaching.Leadership/
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40Getting Google-y with PBLImplementing Project Based Learning can be a bit overwhelming. Let Google help! We’ll explore Google tools, tips, and tricks to work smarter, not harder with PBL.Jennifer ShaferAfter eight years in the classroom, Jennifer embarked on a new career in the school library. Always interested in technology as a teacher, increasing the use of technology in the classroom and school library is her ultimate goal. Jennifer works with other school librarians and teachers to help them improve their programs and better engage today's students. Having presented on the Regional, State, National and International levels, her passion for education technology makes her excited to share her enthusiasm with other stakeholders to help students be future ready.STEM/
Makerspaces
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41GAFE for Site Administrators (VPs, etc.)We need to practice what we preach! Let's leverage the tools from GAFE to work smarter with our teachers and students. Come learn some tricks that will lend you some Google cred with your staff! http://bit.ly/1RY2ZnkShawn WiselyProgram Manager, Abraham Lincoln Middle SchoolI love leveraging technology to make people's lives better. My own, my staff's, my family's. Yours. I am a father to two beautiful girls, the husband to an incredible P31 woman. Originally from San Diego, loving life in #FresYes.
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32Making Elementary NGSS Powerful through PLTW-Launch Make the transition to NGSS relevant and powerful through PLTW-Launch. This session will show how Porterville Unified School District developed its PLTW Launch program district-wide and created STEM teacher leaders. Participants will get a hands-on experience and explore how NGSS is embedded within the K-5 Launch modules using the APB approach. Jose VasquezMy name is Jose Vasquez and I am happy to serve my community as the STEM Program Manager for Porterville Unified School District. I have a strong passion to provide every student with 21st century skills to be college, career, and future ready. #PUSDSTEM #PLTW #CUESteampunk #CaMSP #NAF #FutureReady #LinkedLearning
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33Connecting to Communities: Students Network Beyond BordersPromote student speaking and listening skills by leveraging the power of an authentic audience for your students. Learn to create an environment in which students are empowered to collaborate, communicate, create, & think critically as they develop a news channel that reaches their peers & beyond. Rhonda TylerRhonda Tyler is a Curriculum Support Provider for Jefferson Elementary School in Sanger Unified School District. Rhonda has a Masters in Reading, with an additional credential in Language & Literacy. Rhonda has been an active educator for over 24 years and enjoys incorporating technology into literacy instruction.
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36PBL + GAFE = Perfect PairLearn how the two hottest acronyms (PBL and GAFE Apps) in education are the perfect combination. Not only will we have a crash course on project-based learning, we will learn how Google Apps can help to streamline the process along with tips, tricks, and some inspiration for your future projects.Kaitlin MorganKaitlin is a fourth year history teacher at Minarets High School, a 21st century and PBL based school. She is a Google Certified Innovator, Educator Level 1 and 2, Remind Connected Educator, and a member of the Prezi Educator's society. She has created a purely digital 1:1 environment using Google Apps and uses numerous forms of edtech to help engage her students. Throughout this time, she has also been providing training to her colleagues as well as presenting at various conferences around the state.
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34Engaging Students in Math Literacy through TechnologyInstructional Strategies that motivate students in mathematics. Explore programs that support teachers in making math fun, and allowing them to leverage technology to support the instruction of mathematics.Jason Horsman, Kristy RubensteinDirector of Instructional Technology, Central Unified. Kristy Rubenstein is an 11 year teacher of high school science. Over the last two years her role as TOSA as Technology Coach in Central Unified has taken her to many classrooms supporting student and teachers.
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35CFU and Instant Feedback with FormativeQuit wasting student time by giving them feedback a day late and a dollar short. Get your nights and weekends back! Instant feedback utilizing the Web 2.0 tool Formative.Caleb NeilsonMy name is Caleb Neilson. I am in my sixth year teaching 5th grade at Kings River-Hardwick Elementary right outside Hanford. We are fortunate enough to be 1:1 with iPads. I love how EdTech has accelerated my students' learning and motivation, and it also has taken a lot of paper-grading off my plate--SCORE! I love to share with and help others. I was the Kings County BTSA Teacher of the Year for the 2012-2013 school year. I am a Google Level 2 Certified Educator and currently finishing up my CUE Innovative Educator Certificate. Give me a shout on Twitter @CoachCLN or swing by my site at calebneilson.org.
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30Field to ClassroomMovere fit takes the student and integrates them into their studies. Collecting fitness data, the Movere Fit program, allows students to experience themselves from field to classroom.Stephen Ford & David WelchStephen Ford has been an educator for 20+ years with the past 10 years dedicated to teaching physical education. He has been a life-long advocate of physical fitness either through sports, strength training or both believing anyone can attain mental and physical strength to propel them to whatever goal they seek. Steve has a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Economics, a Master’s in Education, and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. He is the developer of Movere Fit App that tracks student physical fitness data as well as academic test scores providing analysis of both. Steve’s passion is to motivate students to succeed physically and academically building confidence and leadership. David Welch is an adventurous soul, always searching for the newest chapter of technology to discover. He is a videographer, researcher, father and student. After serving in the US Army as a search and rescue medic, he has spent his time discovering consumer and industrial technologies. Experience in PHP, HTML 5, C+, Swift, AL, PS, and INDD.
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37Lesson Remix: Take your lesson up a few notchesLearn about and participate in a lesson remix. Increase student engagement, empowerment and relevance by mixing in technology and strategies that can be implemented in the classroom tomorrow.Cori OrlandoCori is currently the ELA TOSA for Simi Valley USD. Prior to that position, she taught elementary for 14 years.Pedagogy, PBL & More
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40Disrupt Professional Development and improve Student LearningIf we want to change the learning opportunities for students have we must first change the learning opportunities for teachers. We must as leaders model best practices and embrace flipped learning, blended learning and train our teachers in these tools.Crystal MillerGoogle Certified Innovator (#TOR16) and Educator 1-2, principal, interested in innovation and changing systems, blogger: TheGentleLead, Crossfit Coach, cyclist.Connected Teachers, Connected Classrooms
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33Green Screen Movie MagicUsing the Do Ink Green Screen iPad app, we will create green screen videos that can be integrated into any lesson or presentation. Patrice HeinrichsGoogle certified K-5 Tech Coach who loves to learn. Classroom Cribs/
Culture
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41Student Talk in the Digital ClassroomStudent interaction/talk online can be academically motivated through the appropriate structure in the classroom and you can engage with your students in the online world.Renee NewloveRenee is an 8th grade English Language Arts teacher at ALMS. She is passionate about technology in the classroom and is finishing up her Master's Degree studying Digital Citizenship integration into curriculum. Leadership/
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31Collaborative Classroom Cribs: The Innovation CenterThis session highlights how an Innovation Center is a new style of classroom design that aims to foster innovation and collaboration among students. Adam JuarezAdam is a 6-12 Technology Integration Coach for Cutler-Orosi Joint Unified School District. He leads teachers in implementing technology into their lessons through one-on-one coaching, demo lessons and professional development. He is a Google Certified Educator Level 2 and co-founder of the Twitter chat #CVTechTalk.STEM/
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35Writing from Sources: Using Digital Video, Images, and Text to support good writingTeachers will be able to use Digital Video to create lessons that will be springboards for writing across content areas. This session will demonstrate how to use Playposit, YouTube, Ted-ed, and WeVideo to develop renowned Google EdTech Team Innovator Lisa Highfill’s Hyperdocs, performance tasks, and essays. Participants will be able to create a Hyperdoc, performance task, or writing project that incorporates video and writing across content areas. Raul Contreras
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42Robot & Coding CorralWander into the Corral for hands on experience with Sphero, Ollie, Mini Drone, Kano and more. Find out where to get lesson plans and ideas on how to use these tools to engage students.
Nora Allstedt, Gustavo RojoEducator, Musician, #CUERockstar, TKSCC Chair, CTA State Council, Raspberry PI Cert Educator, Leading Edge Online & Blended, TOSA Instructional Technology
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32NGSS Student Work & ResourcesExhibit of NGSS student work and lesson resources. I will share apps and subscriptions that I use as well as how my team manages devices with our students. Karla OroscoPassionate and experienced educator. I am a member of the awesome 7th grade team at Akers (NAS Lemoore). I teach science, gaming elective, and coach athletics. We have been 1-to-1 iPads for 5 years.
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39Screencasting IS the AnswerScreencasting IS the answer. We will discuss screencasting both as a teacher and as a student. Explore apps that work on any device, discuss options for lessons and learn how to screencast. Come learn how to get your students talking and listening.
Kim CalderonKim is a middle school Science and STEM teacher in Fowler, CA. She is passionate about learning by doing and works hard to instill that into her students. Kim has a Bachelors of Science from Cal Poly, SLO and a Masters in Admin from Fresno Pacific. She has spent the last 2 years developing and implementing a STEM program at her middle school.
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38STEM + PBL = FIRST Robotics CompetitionMeet the students of Illusion Robotics, FRC Team 5852, and hear how FIRST Robotics Competition combines STEM, PBL, professionalism, and community outreach to create empowered, focused student-leaders.Anthony Doyle, StudentsTeacher Librarian and Robotics Coach
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36Channeling Your Positive Butinski When asking, "How can I help?" isn't enough. How do you reach out AND get a positive response? From building relationships to backwards PD, explore ways to become part of every class.Katie McNamaraKatie is the Teacher Librarian of North High School. Prior to becoming a TL (the best job on campus), she has enjoyed serving as an English teacher, literacy coach, and academic coach. She has worked with k-12 students ranging from ESL to GATE.She is an ambassador of literacy and innovation. There are always new things to discover and explore. Katie is passionate about inspiring and empowering others One of her greatest joys comes from the ripple effect of helping a teacher who then uses that in their classroom and then shares with another teacher and so on. She is also a proud boymom.
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12:00-1:00: Lunch n Learn (Creating a PLN using Pinterest)
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31Collaborative Coaching: Empower Lead LearnersThis session highlights coaching strategies that bridge the gap between teachers and administrators while seeking to empower teachers to be lead learners.Adam Juarez, Katherine Goyette (#adakat)Adam Juarez & Katherine Goyette have been featured on ABC30 for their work in coaching teachers in a manner that promotes collaboration & empowers learners. Google Certified Educators, Adam & Katherine are co-founders of #cvtechtalk & speak across the state regarding effective EdTech coaching. #adakatPedagogy, PBL & More
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38Game of Chromes: A Crash Course in Chromebook Apps & ExtensionsFinally, get the Chromebook training you deserve! Participants will walk away from this workshop ready to get the most out of their 1:1 Chromebook classroom. Explore what a Chromebook is and how to navigate the Chromebook and familiarize yourself with the Chrome OS environment. Install and explore the best educational Chrome Apps & Extensions to help with classroom management, offline access, and student creation! This session is targeted for beginners/intermediate teachers in all content areas looking to learn best practices within a 1:1 Chromebook classroom.
Ed CamposEd is a high school math & computer science teacher and a huge advocate for classroom redesign, especially rethinking the learning space in the math classroom. He’s a Level 2 Google Educator, a CUE Innovative Educator, as well as a LEC Online/Blended Instructor. He's presented at numerous CVCUE, Fall CUE, National CUE, Google Summits, and CUE Rockstar Teacher Camps.
He currently serves on the board of directors for Global Exploration for Educators Organization(GEEO.org) and CVCUE(the Central Valley CUE affiliate).
Ed's mission is to improve the learning experiences and create opportunities for his students that will assist them in becoming responsible Global Digital Citizens.
Connected Teachers, Connected Classrooms
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39STEM is NOT a 4-letter wordDon’t let STEM intimidate you, it’s easier than you think. Let’s build STEM activities that connect to standards that you can use tomorrow in class.Kim CalderonKim is a middle school Science and STEM teacher in Fowler, CA. She is passionate about learning by doing and works hard to instill that into her students. Kim has a Bachelors of Science from Cal Poly, SLO and a Masters in Admin from Fresno Pacific. She has spent the last 2 years developing and implementing a STEM program at her middle school.Classroom Cribs/
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35Introduce your students to Coding with a FREE resourceLearn how to implement a Google CS First coding club. This free resource will introduce your students to coding through a theme such as music, art, storytelling or gaming.Rachel TrummSixth grade teacher at Thomas OlaetaLeadership/
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41Classroom Cribs on A Shoe String ZERO to HERO BudgetWondering how to create your own crib with almost NO money? Out with the transparencies, ditto masters & math homework. In with collaborative projects & 360 walls. Amy DownsI grew up on a farm at the Tulare / Kern County Line just outside of Richgrove in eastern Tulare County. Beginning my career in January of 1995 as a 5th grade teacher, at Burton Elementary in Porterville, was a dream come true. A few years later I moved to Visalia and began working at Crestwood Elementary. Currently I teach 6th grade at Annie R. Mitchell Elementary. I helped bring CUE Black Label to Visalia, facilitated Visalia Summer Tech Camp, co-presented for TechnoSlam Tuesdays & Tech 2 U . I am also a Hapara Certified Teacher. I enjoy sharing and I am constantly inspired by others. , B. A. Liberal Studies Cal Poly, SLO , M. A. Curriculum & Instruction, Cal State Bakersfield, M. A. Mathematics Education, Fresno PacificSTEM/
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40Connect Your Class to the WorldFind ways to turn ordinary classroom projects into multicultural, global learning experiences. Learn tools, resources, and develop ideas to turn your classroom into a Global Learning Environment.Brian CostelloBrian is a Digital Innovation Specialist working in southern New Jersey. In addition to being a Google Certified Innovator, Brian is also a PBS Digital Innovator, ISTE presenter, and a published children's book author (Will McGill and the Magic Hat). He is passionate about helping kids connect to the world around them which is what inspired him to create the Global Audience Project.
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42Robot & Coding CorralWander into the Corral for hands on experience with Sphero, Ollie, Mini Drone, Kano and more. Find out where to get lesson plans and ideas on how to use these tools to engage students.
Nora Allstedt, Gustavo RojoEducator, Musician, #CUERockstar, TKSCC Chair, CTA State Council, Raspberry PI Cert Educator, Leading Edge Online & Blended, TOSA Instructional Technology
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33Student Collaboration and Publishing with Google SlidesEmbrace the multi-media publishing power of Google Slides! The basics you learn in this session will launch innovative student projects that can be published and shared with the world.Jennifer Scott16 years ago, the promise of educational technology lured me to the pre-teen turmoil of junior high school. And, while the technology has changed since then, the desire to use technology to empower students and teachers, has not.
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37I Survived...Another Staff Meeting!Do you want to maximize your time and build capacity within your staff? Let’s use technology to "flip" your staff meetings to open up time for professional development and collaboration.Cori Orlando, Jay SorensenCori is currently the ELA TOSA for Simi Valley USD. Prior to that position, she taught elementary for 14 years. Jay Sorensen is currently the Coordinator of Ed Tech for Oxnard Union High School District. He previously taught elementary and middle school and was a Tech TOSA in the Rio School District. Cori is currently the ELA TOSA for Simi Valley Unified School District. She previously taught elementary school for 14 years.
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36Crash and Burn: What we've learned about Making (so far)Eleanor Roosevelt Community Learning Center (ERCLC) offers a variety of making activities for our K-12 students. See examples of projects, what we've learned, and the value of going down in flames.Daniel Huecker, Eric SullivanDaniel Huecker is the Director/Superintendent of Eleanor Roosevelt Community Learning Center, a K-12 charter serving homeschool families in Tulare County. Daniel has a degree in Biology from Bowdoin College, and a Masters in Comparative Media Studies from MIT.
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32iPads in the K-6 Classroom- Let's get innovative!We'll use a few apps to innovate lessons across the curriculum. Our goal is help you learn some simple creation apps to get your students to show what they know.Mackenzie Ferreira, Jennifer RochaTeacher of K-6 for 16 years, currently a Technology Integration Specialist working with grades K-12. Google Educator Level 1 and 2. I love innovating lessons with technology and moving students from consuming information to creating information.
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38360 Degree Math: a Classroom RevolutionFlip the script in the math class by putting your students center stage with a 360 degree math classroom setup. Learn how you can easily upgrade the learning environment with any given budget. From low budget to baller status, get your students up, performing, solving, and persevering by livening up the environment with whiteboard surfaces & some music cues. Attendees will run through simulations of what it's like teach and learn in a 360 degree math class. They'll also leave with the resources(inventory, implementation, tech integration) to go back to their sites and have their classrooms join this math classroom revolution.
Ed CamposEd is a high school math & computer science teacher and a huge advocate for classroom redesign, especially rethinking the learning space in the math classroom. He’s a Level 2 Google Educator, a CUE Innovative Educator, as well as a LEC Online/Blended Instructor. He's presented at numerous CVCUE, Fall CUE, National CUE, Google Summits, and CUE Rockstar Teacher Camps.
He currently serves on the board of directors for Global Exploration for Educators Organization(GEEO.org) and CVCUE(the Central Valley CUE affiliate).Ed's mission is to improve the learning experiences and create opportunities for his students that will assist them in becoming responsible Global Digital Citizens.
Pedagogy, PBL & More
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39Earn Your Social Butterfly Wings and Grow Your PLNWish you had the knowledge of countless fellow educators at your fingertips? Learn how you can use Twitter and Google+ to develop your Personal Learning Network.Martha ThomasMartha Thomas is the Technology Curriculum Specialist for Tulare City School District. She has experience teaching at the elementary and middle school levels and is committed to helping educators make the world smaller by connecting and sharing their best practices with others.Connected Teachers, Connected Classrooms
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35Less email more SlackLearn how to use Slack to communicate more but use less email. Learn how Slack has reshaped our communication.Joe AyalaJoe Ayala is the Director of Information and Instructional Technology for Union School District, in San Jose, California. Joe's main focus is building relationships between IT and teachers. Joe has deployed 1:1 iPads, 1:1 Chromebooks, and has helped multiple districts roll out Google Suite for their schools.Classroom Cribs/
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31Bringing the Arts to Life!No matter where your classroom is located, you can experience the magic and mystery of the arts! By leveraging a variety of digital resources, your students can journey through the world's great museums or right into the heart of a Broadway show. This session will highlight cross-curricular connections and tech tools to engage students and enrich lessons through the visual and performing arts.Kate StoverKate is the Visual and Performing Arts Staff Development and Curriculum Specialist for the Tulare County of Education. In this role she provides VAPA-related support to students, schools, and districts throughout the area. As a former middle school teacher with a bachelor's degree in theatre arts and a master's degree in humanities, Kate brings a passion for the arts to her work.Leadership/
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34Elementary Makerspaces: Why and How (in that order)The reasons for integrating the maker ethos into education and the practical ways to accomplish it.Mark LoundyMark Loundy founded and operates the first and only makerspace in the Cupertino Union School District. He explores progressive educational methods at his K-5 all-PBL school including maker integration, virtual reality and innovation as a declared mission.STEM/
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37BreakoutEDU: Game Based Learning!Are you ready for something different? In this session we will play a Breakout game! Breakout EDU is a game where teams of learners will have 45 minutes to complete a series of challenges, reveal clues, and unlock mysteries in order to win the game. Learn more at BreakoutEDU.com Session will feature 4 games to represent ALL ages/grade spans, K-12.Susan StewartSusan Stewart is an Authorized Google Education Trainer and a Leading Edge Certified Professional Learning Leader. She is currently the K-12 Instructional Technology Coach for Fowler Unified School District in Central California. Within her district, Susan has facilitated the implementation of a 1:1 program using Chromebooks and GAFE. She regularly works with individual and teams of teachers to promote best practices for using technology to enhance instruction, foster creativity, support and supplement content, and improve assessment.
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36Achievement Unlocked: Student EngagementWant to improve student engagement in your classroom? Come see how a variety of edtech tools can help enhance student learning so students are more engaged in the classroom. bit.ly/student_engagement16Kaitlin MorganKaitlin is a fourth year history teacher at Minarets High School, a 21st century and PBL based school. She is a Google Certified Innovator, Educator Level 1 and 2, Remind Connected Educator, and a member of the Prezi Educator's society. She has created a purely digital 1:1 environment using Google Apps and uses numerous forms of edtech to help engage her students. Throughout this time, she has also been providing training to her colleagues as well as presenting at various conferences around the state.
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40Better Teaching Through MentoringLearn about mentoring, coaching, and how developing both personally and within your district will lead to better teaching and leadership.Brian CostelloBrian is a Digital Innovation Specialist working in southern New Jersey. In addition to being a Google Certified Innovator, Brian is also a PBS Digital Innovator, ISTE presenter, and a published children's book author (Will McGill and the Magic Hat). He is passionate about helping kids connect to the world around them which is what inspired him to create the Global Audience Projetc.
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32Seesaw Learning JournalsEmpower your students to create digital learning portfolios and blogs that promote growth mindset learning and connect schools and families.Mackenzie FerreiraTeacher of K-6 for 16 years, currently a Technology Integration Specialist working with grades K-12. Google Educator Level 1 and 2. I love innovating lessons with technology and moving students from consuming information to creating information.
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33Creating Books in Book CreatorCreating digital books with students' voice using the Book Creator iPad app for any subject with elementary students. Patrice HeinrichsGoogle certified K-5 Tech Coach who loves to learn.
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41Go Genius! An Hour A Week! Start your genius journey in an hour a week. Using the strategies in the Genius Hour Guidebook, cultivate an classroom culture of inquiry based learning.Amy DownsI grew up on a farm at the Tulare / Kern County Line just outside of Richgrove in eastern Tulare County. Beginning my career in January of 1995 as a 5th grade teacher, at Burton Elementary in Porterville, was a dream come true. A few years later I moved to Visalia and began working at Crestwood Elementary. Currently I teach 6th grade at Annie R. Mitchell Elementary. I helped bring CUE Black Label to Visalia, facilitated Visalia Summer Tech Camp, co-presented for TechnoSlam Tuesdays & Tech 2 U . I am also a Hapara Certified Teacher. I enjoy sharing and I am constantly inspired by others. , B. A. Liberal Studies Cal Poly, SLO , M. A. Curriculum & Instruction, Cal State Bakersfield, M. A. Mathematics Education, Fresno Pacific-
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30Is There an App for That? Create your Own!Make your own Android app by the end of this session! Bring your laptop/Chromebook and an Android device. (A limited number of Android tablets will be available)Joshua WoodsJoshua Woods is a Computer Science teacher at Orosi High School where he has taught Computer Science at levels ranging from Middle School to AP. He has twice been a Project Lead the Way pilot teacher for Project Lead the Way's Computer Science pathway. He is currently a California PLTW Advocate and contributed to the California Computer Science Standards Focus Groups.
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