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Thursday, October 25
 

10:15am

The Simplicity of Flipping

Participants will be introduced to the basic concepts of the flipped classroom. They will learn how to create simple screencasts and how to effectively use the time freed up in the classroom to create a more collaborative, student-centered approach to learning.


Speakers
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Mark Burkholz

Director of Technology, Lawrence Academy
   


Thursday October 25, 2012 10:15am - 11:10am
Red Level 18 East Side Putnam Investments Clubhouse

11:30am

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.


Speakers
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Melissa Hotchkiss

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

Fifth Grade Teacher\nReading Public Schools


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

11:30am

Flipping, Blending and Asynchronously Collaborating in your Classroom

We will demonstrate course presentation tools for creating highly organized and resourceful virtual classrooms and rich multimedia presentations. General information on using the tools for asynchronous collaboration, a sample virtual classroom showcasing the tools’ capabilities and educational value in supporting differentiated instruction, blended learning, and the classroom-flipping model will be presented.



Thursday October 25, 2012 11:30am - 12:25am
Red Level 14 East Side Putnam Investments Clubhouse

11:30am

How to Show What You Know

Come learn how a fifth grade teacher empowers her students with technology tools they can use to show what they know. Students are introduced to a variety of technology tools throughout the year, become a "genius" in using the tools, and as the year goes on they have the freedom and flexibility to choose tools that best express their learning. Examples of student work will be presented and discussed. Tools include SAM Animation, Scratch, Pages, Keynote, iMovie, and Pixton. iPad tools include ScreenChomp, Evernote, Audioboo, and Skitch.



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

11:30am

9th Grade Technology Orientation with Google Apps: A Self-Paced Approach
This workshop will present the use of Google Apps in a 9th grade Technology and Media Literacy class. Students learned how to use the various Google Apps by completing self-paced assignments with a media literacy theme.


Thursday October 25, 2012 11:30am - 12:25pm
Red Level 21 East Side Putnam Investments Clubhouse

11:30am

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.

Speakers
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Dan Callahan

Instructional Technology Specialist, Burlington Public Schools


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

11:30am

Introduction to Blogging in the Classroom
This workshop will teach you how to create an effective classroom blog where you can add posts, pictures/video and links to fun and engaging online educational resources. Participants will learn how to use their blog to help foster stronger home/school relationships and to build technology skills in their students.

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Thursday October 25, 2012 11:30am - 12:25pm
Blue Level 14 East Side Putnam Investments Clubhouse

11:30am

Moving Beyond the Textbook

Utilizing the Discovery Education TechBook and other digital resources enables teachers to create a 21st Century learning environment. The workshop explores and provides ways of using digital media to engage learners in student-centered inquiry-based science instruction.


Speakers
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Shaina Squires

Director of Science, Randolph Public Schools


Thursday October 25, 2012 11:30am - 12:25pm
Red Level 15 East Side Putnam Investments Clubhouse

11:30am

MythBook: Fake Facebook Page
This workshop describes the Mythbook lesson for fifth graders that covers a variety of standards and content and includes a description of the technology integration tools used.


Thursday October 25, 2012 11:30am - 12:25pm
Red Level 23 East Side Putnam Investments Clubhouse

11:30am

Real World STEM Connections in Class!
In preparing students for the 21st Century teachers are expected to make real world connections and use technology across the curriculum. This workshop will give insight to all teachers on how to create partnerships using technology. These partnerships can provide much needed materials at no cost to your school.

Speakers
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Diana Cost

NSF Master Teacher Teacher Fellow UMASS Dartmouth, Global Learning Charter Public Charter School


Thursday October 25, 2012 11:30am - 12:25pm
Blue Level 19 East Side Putnam Investments Clubhouse

11:30am

Sketchup Ketchup!
Teach math or geography across K-12 in a new dynamic way! Different lesson plans discussed--using free software from Google and AR Sights. Simple and complex models are computer generated and created by students. Augmented Reality can be used to hold the digital drawing or landmark, virtually, in one’s hands.


Thursday October 25, 2012 11:30am - 12:25pm
Blue Level 13 East Side Putnam Investments Clubhouse

11:30am

The Why Files
The Why Files project is a creative way for students to engage in the research process using various tools such as online research and Power Point. Audience members will learn about creating essential questions, the CHoMP strategy, using a multi-media map, and creating a Power Point to showcase knowledge.

Speakers

Thursday October 25, 2012 11:30am - 12:25pm
Red Level 17 East Side Putnam Investments Clubhouse

11:30am

Top Ten Open Educational Resources (OER) for the Science Classroom
As the movement toward releasing resources into the public domain continues to grow, each year brings a wealth of new opportunities to engage students in science through various forms of digital content. This session will share 2012's Top 10 Science OER and explore ways to integrate these resources into the classroom.

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Thursday October 25, 2012 11:30am - 12:25pm
Red Level 18 East Side Putnam Investments Clubhouse