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October 10, 2017 Afternoon Breakout Sessions 12:30-3:30
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Room # 25/26Room #21/22Room K2Room #LibraryRoom #15/16Room #12Room #31/32Room #35/36Room #51/52Room #55Room # 46Room # 1 (ELL)Room #53
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Session One
12:30-1:20
Sneak Peek-
FOSS Kits
Breakout EDUTransforming Kindergarten with Apple ToolsG Suite Add Ons & Extension for experienced usersLife in the FAST Lane: Progress MonitoringCreating a Digital NewsletterG Suite - Use Google Sites to Establish Your Online Identity Navigate your MacBook Air for BeginnersUnits of Study Heart Maps/SAS21st Century Family Communication ToolsClassroom Communication through Social MediaModifying Assessments for English LearnersSpecial Education Therapeutic Behavior Management
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Sign Up GeniusMike MauroMegan Schueck
Tara Desiderio
Megan Behr Jen CaraballoHeather MoserRosie Gallagher Alexa Bernd Courtney RidleyPatty ArnoldDave FlanneryPaula FehlingerLisa McGinty
Jen Sakelarides
Ryan WilliamsJennifer Ehehalt Common SenseJanice ClymerJeremy Silimperi
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Join us for a look at what types of resources FOSS will provide to engage in meaningful learningThnk you know how to Break out? Come See if you are up for the challenge and be introduced to these cool new kits that teachers are using to inspire kids to work together and solve real world problems. Are you ready to take your Apple TV even further in your classroom? We will explore iPad apps that will enhance learning with the Apple TV. We will also show you how to download apps right to your Apple TV.Already using Chrome and Docs? Come dig deeper into extensions and addons and save even more time by leveraging more Google power with students.A step-by-step guide of how to set up progress monitoring groups on FASTBridge in a blended learning environmentLooking for an easy and colorful way to communicate with parents? Come learn how Smore and Pages can provide you with digital posters, newsletters, and resources for your classroom!Basic to more advance applications of the New Google Sites software platform. Increase your efficiency and gain a deeper understanding of the MAC OS environment. Learn how to pin tools to the dock, adjust system preferences, use Finder, ask Siri, adjust the Launchpad, and more! Come with your questions!Writing from the heart is not always an easy thing. A Heart Map can be used to encourage and inspire students to write from the heart and from their experiences with purpose and meaning. Heart maps can be used for writers of any age and for any different focuses or approach. Learn how to help your students to creatively personalize their own heart maps to break through writers’ block as a reference for all genres throughout the year. This may be particularly helpful for students who thrive on creativity and for visual learners.Tools and ideas for connecting with families quickly and easilyCome meet Jennifer Ehehalt from Common Sense face to face and get advice and resources for social media use with students.Having difficulty creating and modifying assessments for your English Learners? Come to this session with some of your classroom assessments to sit one on one with an ESL teacher to help you get the year started on the right foot! Bring as many assessments as you prefer to prepare for the year!Today you will learn:(1)How to utilize a therapeutic decision-making model in crisis and use diagnostic cues to separate deliberate misbehavior from emotional crisis. (2)How to identify four social needs underlying deliberate misbehaviors.
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Session Two
1:30-2:20
Sneak Peek-
FOSS Kits
Breakout EDUKindergarten FAST Additional Certification G Suite Intro to Google Classroom for BeginnersLife in the FAST Lane: Running ReportsWhat's New in Study IslandG Suite - Use Google Sites to Establish Your Online Identity Learn How to Make an iMovie Trailer with our MacBook AirFlexible Seating Rethinking Classroom Design21st Century Family CommunicationIntroducing Digital Citizenship with Common Sense's Social Emotional ToolkitTech Up the Daily 5Special Education Therapeutic Behavior Management
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Sign Up GeniusMike MauroMegan Schueck
Tara Desiderio
Megan Behr Heather MoserRosie Gallagher Julie KonjoianHolly PethickDave FlanneryMatt WeimannKendy Schiffert
Julie Zappile
Ryan WilliamsJenifer Ehehalt Common SenseMonica ParsellJeremy Silimperi
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Join us for a look at what types of resources FOSS will provide to engage in meaningful learningThnk you know how to Break out? Come See if you are up for the challenge and be introduced to these cool new kits that teachers are using to inspire kids to work together and solve real world problems. Spend time completing additional online FAST modulesSIMPLY your classroom by learning the basics of Google Classroom and how it works with Google Drive and Google Calendar. I know there is data in the FAST system, how do I find it? Come and Learn Learn about the changes that have been made to Study Island.Basic to more advanced applications of the New Google Sites software platform. Use IMovie to edit video, add music, provide text, and make include voice overs.Have you thought about trying flexible seating in your classroom?
We will give you some practical tips and tricks to help you get started!
Tools and ideas for extending our classrooms to our families.Get introduced to Common Sense’s recently launched Social Emotional toolkit and know just how to handle digital media issues that arise in your classroom.Come away with tips and tricks for structuring your Daily 5 instruction. Also learn how to make D5 more motivating and meaningful for students through the use of technology. Today you will learn:(1)How to utilize a therapeutic decision-making model in crisis and use diagnostic cues to separate deliberate misbehavior from emotional crisis. (2)How to identify four social needs underlying deliberate misbehaviors.
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Session Three
2:30-3:20
Break Out LabKindergarten FAST Additional Certification G Suite LabFast LabStudy Island LabMac LabUnits of Study LabCommunication Apps Lab#DigCit Planning Lab
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20% Time-
After your first two sessions, choose a lab to investigate topics further
Megan Schueck Tara DesiderioMegan Behr Heather MoserISTHolly PethickPaula FehlingerBrandi BloseRyan WilliamsJennifer Ehehalt
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Breakout EDU is the immersive learning games platform that allows for the facilitation of games where players use teamwork and critical thinking to solve a series of challenging puzzles, while integrating relevant content, in order to open the locked box. Spend time completing additional online FAST modulesInvestigate and create using G Suite toolsUse this time to learn more about the FAST system, including running reports, setting up progress monitoring groups, and analyzing data to drive your instruction Use this time to build your own Formative and Summative Assessments with Study IslandOpen collaborative time with a facilitator to use any Mac tools to create Spend time working on Units of StudyUse this time to setup Class Dojo, SeeSaw, ClassTag, or Remind as your classroom communication tool.Take time to dig deeper into the Common Sense Media Resources to further build your own background knowledge or plan your one small thing for digital citizenship week next week.
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