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ICE Pre Conference Workshops
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Wednesday, October 14, 2015
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(updated 9/27/2015)
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Wednesday, Full Day Workshops - 8:00 am to 3:00 pm (Lunch on your own.)
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Student Created Media with the iPadStudents today need to be creators and contributors! Creating media (images, videos, interactives, and more) is easier than ever with the iPad. In this hands-on workshop, participants will experience student-centered learning driven by media creation. Participants will learn about a variety of apps that can be used to tap into student creativity and allow students to CREATE with the iPad. Together we will explore: digital storytelling, infographics, green screens, mind maps, presentation tools, video creation and animation. Walk away with apps, project ideas, and more!Kasey Bell1060
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Tech-4-Teachers: Windows Tips, Tricks and TweaksMany teachers need to improve their comfort level in working with a Windows based PC. This workshop addresses the issue by combining the content of the "Keep It Clean!" & "Tech4Teachers" breakout sessions into a full day, hands-on experience. The workshop covers some of the routine maintenance needed to keep the PC running smoothly. The workshop is designed to help teachers become more knowledgeable about and more comfortable with the computer technology they’re already using. Attendees will learn how to safely tweak the Windows registry, using readily available freeware. They will also learn how to download and install software from the internet and how to find and install some of the popular add-ons and extensions for Firefox and Thunderbird. We’ll also look at some software designed to make your life just a little easier.Luke Allen1062
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Wednesday, Half Day AM Workshops- 8:00 to 11:00 am
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Mission Possible! Ideas for Transforming the Curriculum with TechnologyOur students use digital devices, web tools, and apps to communicate, share and learn. Let’s transform our curriculum to support this learning so that our students carry their knowledge and engage with our content outside the classroom. We begin by exploring digital pedagogy and seeing examples of its implementation with students. With this foundation we will learn how to transform our virtual learning spaces into active learning communities where students support each other and work collaboratively towards learning goals. We will also discover quick ways to modify our instruction and current curricula to best support the needs of our students.Shelly Terrell1064
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PBL in Every ClassroomLearn PBL by going through the process. Leave the workshop not only completing a lesson but with lessons you have written that will work with your curriculum. If PBL is something you are not familiar with, this is a great place to start.Amanda Dykes1065
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Google UniversityCome to Google Education 101! In this session, your Google Certified professor will lead you through a number of practical activities utilizing Google tools that apply to almost any classroom. Don’t think of your typical college lecture though. This class is hands-on! Leave with thorough digital handouts and ideas to implement immediately!Matt Miller1067
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Broadening Participation and Deepening Learning Through Making
Come make with us! Join Dr. Kylie Peppler and members of the Creativity Labs @ Indiana University to learn more about the contemporary Maker Movement taking the national education landscape by storm and explore the Movement's potential for in and out-of-school learning. This session will introduce you to the Maker Movement, help you to get started with some of the basics of making, and introduce you to the emergent research in the field. This session will close with an open Q&A session where you'll start to apply the inspiration and findings from this session to your own setting.Kylie Peppler1068
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Wednesday, Half Day PM Workshops- 12:00 to 3:00 pm
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Mission Possible! Ideas for Transforming the Curriculum with TechnologyOur students use digital devices, web tools, and apps to communicate, share and learn. Let’s transform our curriculum to support this learning so that our students carry their knowledge and engage with our content outside the classroom. We begin by exploring digital pedagogy and seeing examples of its implementation with students. With this foundation we will learn how to transform our virtual learning spaces into active learning communities where students support each other and work collaboratively towards learning goals. We will also discover quick ways to modify our instruction and current curricula to best support the needs of our students.Shelly Terrell1064
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From STEM to STEAM - an approach from Fred Rogers that we can apply to boost STEAM Learning in the K-3 classroomLet’s explore how to offer STEM concepts in engaging, meaningful and developmentally- appropriate ways. We’ll focus on curiosity, and we’ll add the A for Arts as it relates to the sciences. It’s a workshop based on active learning with hands-on activities and discussions of videos (remember the crayon factory from Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood?) and other STEAM experiences in the classroom. Remember that it’s not just to inspire scientists, architects, and engineers – the basic STEAM concepts are at the foundation for all of children’s learning – now and in the future!Hedda Sharapan1068
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Google UniversityCome to Google Education 101! In this session, your Google Certified professor will lead you through a number of practical activities utilizing Google tools that apply to almost any classroom. Don’t think of your typical college lecture though. This class is hands-on! Leave with thorough digital handouts and ideas to implement immediately!Matt Miller1067
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