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Wednesday, October 24

10:15am EDT

Creating and Utilizing Google Sites to Engage, Empower and Educate Learners

Utilize a 21st century learning design template and create a Google Site "kit" to guide multidisciplinary, responsive, differentiated project base learning and ePortfolios for your students. Bring your Gmail address, computer and materials related to a unit you want to create or revise for greater student engagement, independence and result.

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Maureen Devlin

5th Grade Teacher, Wayland Public Schools
Fifth Grade Teacher at Happy Hollow School in Wayland, MA. Interested in math education, CCSS, learning design, STEAM, brain-friendly education, family, travel, and adventure.

Wednesday October 24, 2012 10:15am - 12:25pm EDT
Red Level 76 West Side West Side

11:30am EDT

Applying QR Codes/Augmented Reality

Teachers can easily harness emerging trends in mobile technology to engage students in new ways while addressing educational objectives. Free and low-cost apps for multiple platforms allow educators to utilize technologies such as QR Codes, Scanning, and Augmented Reality to provide “layers” of information within the educational setting.


Wednesday October 24, 2012 11:30am - 12:25am EDT
Red Level 15 East Side Putnam Investments Clubhouse

11:30am EDT

Leveraging iPads, Computers, Mobile Devices & Other Technologies to Differentiate Instruction and Create Rich Curricula for ALL Students

Today’s technologies allow teachers to create flexible, individualized, curricula that can scaffold as well as enrich. In this session we will explore how various technologies can facilitate differentiation, support diverse learners, and create rich learning environments that meet the needs of all students, special needs to gifted, in the classroom.

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Beth Holland

Instructor, EdTechTeacher
EdTechTeacher Instructor, Edutopia and EdTech Researcher Blogger, TEDx Presenter, Google for Education Certified Trainer, and doctoral student at Johns Hopkins University, Beth leverages her experience with professional development, technology integration, and differentiated instruction... Read More →

Wednesday October 24, 2012 11:30am - 12:25am EDT
Blue Level 26 East Side Puttnam Investment Clubhouse
Thursday, October 25

10:15am EDT

Science Writer Research Results: A UDL Approach to Report Writing in

This session demonstrates Science Writer, a free digital tool framed in the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) that guides students through the scientific inquiry process. Specific classroom-based examples will demonstrate embedded research-based writing strategies in digital environments to provide students in grades 4-9 with scaffolded adjustable supports for writing science reports.

Thursday October 25, 2012 10:15am - 11:10am EDT
Blue Level 14 East Side Putnam Investments Clubhouse

11:30am EDT

Flipping Out: Three Perspectives on a “Flip” Classroom in the Elementary Setting

Have you “flipped” your classroom? Are you wondering about this new concept sweeping schools across the country? Come and see how the model has been implemented in both regular ed classrooms and a learning center model. We will share web 2.0 tools and platforms through which we delivered our lessons.


Melissa Hotchkiss

Learning Center Teacher \nGrades 4-5\nReading Public Schools

Helen Sellers

Fifth Grade Teacher\nReading Public Schools

Thursday October 25, 2012 11:30am - 12:25am EDT
Blue Level 26 East Side Puttnam Investment Clubhouse

11:30am EDT

Elementary iPad Creation Tools
In this session, you will be introduced to several powerful apps for creating content in your classroom, offering your students multiple modalities for demonstrating their learning. This session will feature short overviews and demos of several creation apps, as well as examples of work produced by elementary school students.


Dan Callahan

Instructional Technology Specialist, Burlington Public Schools

Thursday October 25, 2012 11:30am - 12:25pm EDT
Blue Level 10 East Side Putnam Investments Clubhouse

2:00pm EDT

Toolkit for Inspired Students

This workshop will take a global look at integrating student-centered work with interactive whiteboards across the middle school curriculum. The toolkit will include rubrics, sample student presentations created for different curriculum areas, and resources related to what students will need to learn to create collaborative and powerful student presentations.



Barbara Peskin

Instructional Technology Specialist\nConcord Public Schools\nConcord Middle School

Thursday October 25, 2012 2:00pm - 2:55pm EDT
Blue Level 26 East Side Puttnam Investment Clubhouse

3:15pm EDT

The Joy of Blogging: How to Engage and Empower Students into Becoming Writers

Come learn how these two teachers have used blogging in their classrooms and what benefits there have been for both the students and the teachers. Learn about different blogging platforms, how to use blogs in all curriculum areas, and how blogs can be used to monitor student growth.


Susan Erickson

Grade 5 Teacher\nThoreau School\nConcord Public Schools

Merrie Najimy

Grade 3 Teacher\nThoreau School\nConcord Public Schools

Thursday October 25, 2012 3:15pm - 4:10pm EDT
Blue Level 26 East Side Puttnam Investment Clubhouse

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