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Wednesday, October 24
 

10:15am EDT

Online PD is Here - New - Teaching American History with Digital Media Course
History and Social Studies teachers interested in learning how to incorporate digital media resources into their classrooms now have a comprehensive online American History course offered through MassOne’s Moodle Learning Platform. Participate in a hands-on exploration of the attacks of September 9/11 and view results of the first pilot test.


Wednesday October 24, 2012 10:15am - 11:10am EDT
Red Level 17 East Side Putnam Investments Clubhouse

11:30am EDT

SIF Interoperability in the Cloud

In today's economy, district IT professionals are assuming greater workloads. To meet the demand you need tools that automate tasks, increase staff efficiency, and decrease costs. Pearson K-12 Technology’s SIF products integrate applications in and out of the cloud, in real-time. Come see a live demonstration of SIF in action!



Wednesday October 24, 2012 11:30am - 12:25pm EDT
Red Level 17 East Side Putnam Investments Clubhouse

2:00pm EDT

Technology Showcase: How Short Presentations Can Stimulate New Ideas

Come and see how ten-minute presentations can be sufficient to give you new ideas for your classroom or school. This workshop will feature four mini-presentations, selected from EDCO's Annual Technology Showcase.  Each presentation highlights a successful use of technology by classroom teachers. Presentations include Flat Me (grade 2), Researching and Making Jazz (grade 4), Integrating Edmodo (grade 6), and iPads in the Spanish Classroom (grade 7).  Short presentations focus on the essentials and allow participants to see a variety of approaches to using technology.


Speakers
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Rick Atkins

Associate Director, EDCO Collaborative
   


Wednesday October 24, 2012 2:00pm - 2:55pm EDT
Red Level 17 East Side Putnam Investments Clubhouse

3:15pm EDT

New Resources in Science and Engineering: the NASA Educator Resource Center at Framingham State University

Discover the many online resources available from the NASA Educator Resource Center at Framingham State University. Learn how to access NASA educational technology tools such as NASA websites, videos, podcasts and NASA TV, along with lessons, units, and teacher workshops, all standards-based and available for free to Massachusetts educators.


Speakers
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Kim Cochrane

Co-Director Curriculum Librarian, NASA Educator Resource Center Framingham State University


Wednesday October 24, 2012 3:15pm - 4:10pm EDT
Red Level 17 East Side Putnam Investments Clubhouse
 
Thursday, October 25
 

10:15am EDT

Understanding Your Media Usage for Mindfulness and a Healthier Brain
Do you think students are addicted to media? Well, this might be a solution. This workshop explores a online unit designed to help students become more mindful about their media usage. The unit is based on the book Fast Media, Media Fast by Emerson College professor Dr. Thomas Cooper.

Speakers
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Dr. Thomas Copper

Media Ethics Professor, Tremont


Thursday October 25, 2012 10:15am - 11:10am EDT
Red Level 17 East Side Putnam Investments Clubhouse

11:30am EDT

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.

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

2:00pm EDT

iPad Screencasting for Teachers and Students
Power up your teaching and your students' learning using screencasting, which extends the reach of the teacher beyond classroom and allows students to access classroom content almost anywhere. Teachers can flip the classroom, review and preview material. Students can access content as needed, learning at their own pace.

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Thursday October 25, 2012 2:00pm - 2:55pm EDT
Red Level 17 East Side Putnam Investments Clubhouse

3:15pm EDT

Problem Solving with Scratch
Scratch is a popular free programming language developed by the MIT Lifelong Kindergarten group. It empowers students by giving them an environment to build, create, and solve complex problems in a friendly, non-threatening way. Scratch can be used to complement any subject curriculum; students can tell stories, create art, develop interactive games, or create animations to demonstrate content knowledge while developing their computational thinking skills. Workshop attendees will learn about the Scratch interactive development environment and will learn how to make a simple game or art creation.

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Thursday October 25, 2012 3:15pm - 4:10pm EDT
Red Level 17 East Side Putnam Investments Clubhouse
 


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