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Red Level 18 East Side [clear filter]
Wednesday, October 24
 

10:15am EDT

Getting to the Common Core with Technology Integration in K-5

Examples of successful technology integration in Kindergarten through Grade 5 to align curriculum with the Massachusetts Common Core will be highlighted. These examples will give teachers a realistic sense of how to structure and execute a lesson plan, integrate the appropriate technology, organize the class, and measure results of the lesson, as well as see the enhanced value the technology brings to the lessons vs. paper and pencil. Activities to be showcased include: Google Docs lessons, Google Draw, Google Presentation, VoiceThread, Digital Storytelling, along with websites for student use.



Wednesday October 24, 2012 10:15am - 11:10am EDT
Red Level 18 East Side Putnam Investments Clubhouse

11:30am EDT

Motivation, Management and Media

Come find out how we are using a variety of Web 2.0 tools to help manage student behavior as well as motivate students to focus their attention on learning in fun and engaging ways! Backchannels, ClassDojo, wikis and other tools will be presented with our experiences to be shared with you!


Speakers
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Amie Abdal-Khabir

Grade 3 Teacher\nNixon Elementary\nSudbury Public Schools
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Laura Burney

Grade 4 Teacher, Sudbury Public Schools
   
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Sara Fischer

Grade 4 Teacher\nLoring Elementary\nSudbury Public Schools


Wednesday October 24, 2012 11:30am - Wednesday December 31, 1969 4:00pm EST
Red Level 18 East Side Putnam Investments Clubhouse

2:00pm EDT

Syncing Your Library and Technology Programs
An Elementary School Librarian and Technology Specialist will discuss how they restructured their programs into one integrated model. They will share the results of their first year of shared activities and curriculum, including the student use of iPads and iPod Touches to create and consume library content.

Speakers
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Dan Callahan

Instructional Technology Specialist, Burlington Public Schools


Wednesday October 24, 2012 2:00pm - 2:55pm EDT
Red Level 18 East Side Putnam Investments Clubhouse

3:15pm EDT

Using Copyright-Free Materials for Teachers and Students
Teachers and students who want to publish on the Internet or use digital media for class projects must be particularly careful about avoiding sources that are protected under copyright law. Although Fair Use guidelines offer some limitations on the rights of copyright holders for content used for educational purposes, teachers can model and teach students the ways to create original content and use copyright-free content. In this session we first briefly review copyright law and Fair Use guidelines. Then the alternatives to using copyrighted materials will be presented, including: Creative Commons, advanced searching techniques, copyright-free resources, and options for creating original digital images, sounds and motion media using free Web resources.

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Wednesday October 24, 2012 3:15pm - 4:10pm EDT
Red Level 18 East Side Putnam Investments Clubhouse
 
Thursday, October 25
 

10:15am EDT

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 EDT
Red Level 18 East Side Putnam Investments Clubhouse

11:30am EDT

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 EDT
Red Level 18 East Side Putnam Investments Clubhouse

2:00pm EDT

Curious George and the Drumming Monkey: Integrating LEGO WeDo Robotics into Early Elementary Language Arts Curriculum
When robotics is integrated into language arts, not only are students excited by the robotics, they get excited about reading and writing. The session will introduce WeDo Robotics, highlight several student-tested projects, direct attendees to helpful online resources and offer tips for getting started and managing materials.

Speakers
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Nicole Biondo

Grade 1 Teacher, The Fessenden School
   


Thursday October 25, 2012 2:00pm - 2:55pm EDT
Red Level 18 East Side Putnam Investments Clubhouse

3:15pm EDT

Authentic Assessment through Podcasting
Authentic assessment is a valuable tool to increase student proficiency and motivation. Combining podcasting with this method can be very powerful and effective. Student and teacher podcasting provides a meaningful context in which to use modern languages.


Thursday October 25, 2012 3:15pm - 4:10pm EDT
Red Level 18 East Side Putnam Investments Clubhouse
 


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