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3/16/2022: 9:30 am – 11:30 am
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Centering Students: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Thinking in Schools - Alex Kuiper, Kristal Jaskelainen, Veronica Choe, and Michelle Cureton Join a MACUL member panel of leading educators to discuss how they center students' interest, ideas and questions and build a community of learners. All students' informal ideas and lived experiences contribute to sense-making discussions and decisions about steps in our collective understanding. Leading with empathy and seeking to understand our students contributes to a shared sense of community as well as students’ academic achievement.
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Creating a Curriculum of Innovation ...on a Budget! - Amy Farkas, STEM Educator & Consultant, Seitz Middle School, Riverview Community School DistrictHave you ever wondered how to create courses in STEM or centering around Innovation? Come and join me to learn about the amazing topics/resources that are out there to create classes centering around innovation! We will look at different strategies for creating an innovative curriculum, explorer potential topics and course options, and delve into some amazing and free resources to create the perfect courses for your students!
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Hands-on Technical Deep Dive into Google Workspace for Education Plus Features and Tools- GoogleforEDU - Tom Woods, AmplifiedITIn this session, attendees will receive access to a live Google Workspace for Education Plus domain. Through hands-on activities and real-world scenarios we will guide and train attendees on the use of advanced Plus features and tools in a K12 EDU environment. Not sure if making the move to Workspace Plus is right for your district? This is the session for you! Join us and get real experience with how these enhanced features can make a real imp
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How to Tech with Littles - Mary Hankins, Owosso Community SchoolsEveryone thinks littles can only play games on the computer. Games are great and have their place but they are capable of so much more. In this session, we will explore projects that are fun and littles can do. We will work through beginning to end on how to collaborate on a project, sharing it out and talking about pitfalls. We will explore best practices in several different apps and sites, including how to use MeL, the Michigan eLibrary in your classroom. This will be a fast paced session with tons of resources. There will be a little bit of time at the end to play, explore and ask all those questions you always think about a week later. Come enjoy the fun!
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Moving from Survive to Thrive in your LMS - Kelly Tillman, Lori Wetzel, Melissa Kempski, Carrie Moggenberg, Erin Gotra, Mike HastingsIncrease your LMS knowledge to elvate your classroom use by joining us for breakout discussions related to several learning management systems including Google Classroom, Seesaw, Schoology, Canvas, Blackboard, and Teams. MACUL leadership members with practical experience in each of the LMS's will lead the conversations to help you go from Survive to Thrive.
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Security/Disaster Recovery (MSBO) - Ryan CarterAn overview of security best practices at the network, server and workstation levels will be discussed. The security practices covered can be applied to multiple types of network architectures including Windows, Linux and others. Also covers best practices on creating and implementing a disaster recovery plan.
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Solutions That Drive Online Engagement and Interaction - Leslie FisherIn a remote learning environment and want to make online time together a little more interactive? This presentation will overview some of the online tools you can use to help keep your group of online students, teachers, etc. engaged. We will look at popular titles such as Flipgrid and Kahoot but also take a look at the unsung heros of Pear Deck, Zeetings and if time allows a few more titles. This is a class about interaction, so, be prepared to well, possibly interact!
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Tech that Supports Voice and Choice - Eric Robinson, Chelsea Community SchoolsOne of the most important gifts that we as educators can give to our students is an environment where their voice is heard and they feel like they are a part of the learning process. With student mental health at the forefront of many educator’s minds, giving students more agency in the classroom is more important than ever.In this session, we will discuss concrete ways to embed choice and voice into your classroom along with technology that helps support these goals. This workshop will give you ideas that you can immediately incorporate and integrate into your daily routines!
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Creating Equity Toolkits – Dr. Sheldon Eakins – More Info Coming Soon!More Info Coming Soon!
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