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AttendeeConferenceDateSession TitlePresenterWebsiteTake AwaysResources/ Notes
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Ryan McGill - rmcgill@hanalei.k12.hi.usSOTF 201610/20/2016Getting STEAM:Ed Up! Where do I begin?St. Andrews Schools (Oahu)STEAM - Arts integration really enhances creative problem solving, and has been shown to benefit academic performance and achievement. Projects are highly engaging for students. To implement STEAM in school, it takes a team, and conversations about how to cross and integrate subjects. And trial and error.standrewsschools.org/STEAM
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Ryan McGill - rmcgill@hanalei.k12.hi.usSOTF 201610/20/2016Keynote: Creating an Emotion Revolution in our Nation's SchoolsMarc Brackett, Yale Center for Emotional IntelligenceEmotions can be difficult to communicate - we don't practice, and they are complicated. Emotions Matter: attention, memory, learning; decision making; relationship quality; physical and mental health; everyday effectiveness. 5 skills of emotional intelligence: RULER = recognize, understand, label, express, regulate.inspired.fb.com

Mood Meter App: moodmeterapp.com

ei.yale.edu

ruler.yale.edu
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Ryan McGill - rmcgill@hanalei.k12.hi.usSOTF 201610/20/2016Inspiring Learners Through Games and CodingJulie Evans, Chief Executive Officer, Project Tomorrow
Kari Stubbs PhD, Vice President, Learning & Innovation, BrainPOP
www.tomorrow.org/speakup

www.brainpop.com
Nationwide survey data (>500K respondents) showed that students and teachers are using more digital content (up significantly from 3 years ago). Major gains were in use of online videos, and games.
BrainPop has new resources and games
SpeakUp offers free surveys that can be used for local (school) technology survey results, and will give back school specific results, along with state and national results.
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Ryan McGill - rmcgill@hanalei.k12.hi.usSOTF 201610/21/2016Keynote: The power and promise of technology in education and learningDr. Alec Couros
Professor of Educational Technology and Media
University of Regina
We will be the last generation to have experienced life before the internet! What to teach when everything is googleable? We need to let childern still be curious and wonder, and struggle and discover knowledge, not only google the answers right away. Changing culture: voice, participation, interaction. Information Literacy more important now than ever. Need to teach awareness and mindfullness in digital presence. Learners now in a new world - we cannot hold them to only the way we experienced education.
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Ryan McGill - rmcgill@hanalei.k12.hi.usSOTF 201610/21/2016Power to the Teachers! Establish Your Digital/Social Presence
Aimee Clanin
teacher
DOE
http://aimeeclanin.weebly.com/If you don't tell your story, then someone else will (maybe even more true for students). Digital media can help bridge gap between students and parents and school. Great resources and breakdown in the link.bit.ly/PowerSOTF
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Ryan McGill - rmcgill@hanalei.k12.hi.usSOTF 201610/21/2016Get Your Google On - SLAM!Michael Fricano, Chad Nacapuy, and morebit.ly/gafeslamGoogle Keep: on mobile and computer. Digital notes. Trick: you can get text out of images! "Grab Text"
GoGuardian: valuable tool for network administration and security.
G-Suite Training: Google extention for Chrome that makes a G-Suite (GAFE) "help" button in chrome that has tutorials.For students and Teachers new to G-Suite. Updated by google themselves.
Draftback: Chrome extention that makes a VIDEO (!) of the revision history of a google doc! You can scrub thru and slow down video.
Explore Tool: in Slides (and Sheets) - generates layouts and makes nice looking slides. Search feature built in (web, images, drive)
Google Photos: Cloud storage (unlimited - if compressed)(app on mobile device)(can sync to device photos), Searchable (even when not labelled), Assistant, Integration, slideshows...
Cloudlock: monitors apps and extentions students add to their Chrome browsers, encrypts docs in drive, making drive FERPA compliant.
Cast for Education: In Classroom, students can request to present, and teacher approves, streamlining sharing and presenting.
360 degree pictures in Google Street View App: mobile Street View App can capture 360 picture on your phone! Ability to upload to google maps if desired, or keep private.
Drive Keyboard Shortcuts: Shift+s for New Sheet, Shift+f for New Folder
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Ryan McGill - rmcgill@hanalei.k12.hi.usSOTF 201610/21/2016Girls Can Code: Creating a Supportive Environment for Girls in STEMErin Nagoshi, Faculty, 'Iolani School, Jackie Okumura, Faculty
'Iolani School
https://girlswhocode.com/Girls' intrest in computer science (CS) declines in middle and high school. Girls are not drawn to competition as much as boys. Majority boys CS classes may be less appealing to girls. Used www.girlswhocode.org, and guests to help girls network, and they focused on projects that could impact the community (meaningful to them).Coding Apps: canvas, python, scratch
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Ryan McGill - rmcgill@hanalei.k12.hi.usEdCamp Honolulu10/22/2016Differentiatied and Personalized PD & Professional Learning for Teachershttps://sites.google.com/site/edcamphi/homeTwitter very good source of ongoing PD, Some using MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses, like Coursera), "playgrounds" a fun way to explore something new.https://www.google.com/url?q=https://docs.google.com/document/d/1nCsLGQ08_ZFvQDAOhf4fNCH-VWyx6lnlrwM8IgXST8w/edit&sa=D&ust=1477169507649000&usg=AFQjCNEqddlqnrei48ygpQTbuyspihZTRQ
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Ryan McGill - rmcgill@hanalei.k12.hi.usEdCamp Honolulu10/22/2016How Do You Use 3D Printing In Your School? Have kids come after school and explore a program on their own (You, the teacher, learn from what the kids find/ produce), You can have 1 Tinkercad account (for whole school, or class), use a simple password, makes it easier to review student designs.https://docs.google.com/document/d/1cXshBhN4-ZslpON898XbD0Ixhlarl9qTCcwE_2r2gHM/edit
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Ryan McGill - rmcgill@hanalei.k12.hi.usEdCamp Honolulu10/22/2016Changing mindset of teachers to embrace techSeems to be a common challenge among schools. Change can come from bottom up (from students, parents), or from top down (from admin/ leadership). Buy in may come 1 teacher at a time. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1HEpmsugdWPJvZsjs2qfJqLhL69xPxxwiorRKW3YHBHI/edit#
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Sara Deblin - sdeblin@hanalei.k12.hi.usSOTF201610/21/2016Power to the Teachers! Establish Your Digital/Social PresenceAmiee Claninhttp://aimeeclanin.weebly.com/Our students live in a world where social media is second nature. It is important for teachers to be familiar with the components of social media to help guide students to navigate safely, responsibily, and productively. Use social media to develop online learning spaces. Incorporating & accounting for Social Media in Education | Harry Dyer
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Sara Deblin - sdeblin@hanalei.k12.hi.usEDCamp Honolulu10/22/2016Google Classroom for Elementaryvarioushttps://goo.gl/0bFrmk
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Melanie SlimkoSOTF201610.20.16Keynote SpeakerMarc Brackettmoodmeterapp.comThe importance of teaching emotional intelligence in school and how it impacts learning. The color grid and using the right language and strategies to explain the emotion and/or change perception. ruler, Take a Meta-Moment
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Melanie SlimkoSOTF201610.21.16Self-Directed LearningMatt Arguello5th grade passion projects and ideas generated; great conversation among the group. Realy enjoyed the feedback of how we WANT self-directed learning, but difficult to organize, difficult to trust, and lack of administration support. Continuum of Engagement
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Christine Bandsma shebands@gmail.comSOTF201610/21/16Google SLAMFricano, et al.Google Keep for note taking and list making and Draftback (video of all changes/edits/revisions made to a doc
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Christine Bandsma shebands@gmail.com
SOTF 201610/21/2016Keynote SpeakerAlec CourosWe are the last generation to know life before the internet and the only to speak the two languages of before and after internet. Instead of just giving them the answer (google it) encourage curiosity and tenacity to questions and search. Kids need to be globally good not just locally good now. Embrace meaningful technology. Adopt rich media assignments (short story synopsis - Forrest Gump, Redux - Mary Poppins). Mental health concern with social media (so much comparison creating anxiety and depression). Online presence is important to show that you’re not just a consumer but a producer. If we don’t create our presence someone else is.
We are the last generation to know life before the internet and the only to speak the two languages of before and after internet. Instead of just giving them the answer (google it) encourage curiosity and tenacity to questions and search. Kids need to be globally good not just locally good now. Embrace meaningful technology. Adopt rich media assignments (short story synopsis - Forrest Gump, Redux - Mary Poppins). Mental health concern with social media (so much comparison creating anxiety and depression). Online presence is important to show that you’re not just a consumer but a producer. If we don’t create our presence someone else is.
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