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Friday, September 30
 

6:45pm PDT

Become a Future Ready Leader!
Do you have a Future Ready vision for your students, staff, and community? Prepare to explore some key elements of what it means to be a Future Ready leader. From C&I approaches to technology infrastructure and professional development the US Department of Education’s Future Ready initiative will assist in aligning your goals and building your capacity for the future of education. 

Speakers
avatar for Jason Borgen

Jason Borgen

Chief Technology Officer, Santa Cruz County Office of Education
Jason is former director of the the national TICAL project. He spent 3 years as the Director of Learning & Innovation for Portola Valley School District--a K-8 district serving students in the Silicon Valley. Currently he is CTO at the Santa Cruz County Office of Education. Jason... Read More →


Friday September 30, 2016 6:45pm - 7:45pm PDT
Theater

6:45pm PDT

Making Learning Visible: Harness the power of Google Sites for Meaningful Student Reflection
This session will be a workshop to show you how easily students can create a custom Google Site to regularly reflect on the standards they are learning in class. The honest individual feedback will help you adapt your instruction and track the growth of your students throughout the year. I'll share the triumphs and pitfalls I've experienced the last few years implementing this technology with my students while I help you create your own Google Site to use in your classroom.

Speakers
RD

Robert Davis

English Teacher, Southwest C.T.A.
Ask me about how you can harness the power of Google Sites for Digital Portfolios and Project Management.


Friday September 30, 2016 6:45pm - 7:45pm PDT
Room 719

8:00pm PDT

Hustle-Based Learning
“The hustle is an art; I painted what I would think.”
-William Leonard Roberts II
We stand at the precipice of a permanent revolution. We no longer hold the monopoly on knowledge; we no longer represent the apex of information in a classroom. Instead, we are the designers of experiences, the creators of puzzles. We are artists meant to delicately interweave concepts, goals, and ideas like a set of Matryoshka dolls for our students to unpack. At the end of this session, you will walk away with a basic understanding of hustle-based learning and a lookbook of ideas to put into action on Monday.

Speakers
avatar for Mike Lang and Stephanie Weber

Mike Lang and Stephanie Weber

The Intelligent Hoodlums
The Intelligent Hoodlums is the brainchild of Apple Distinguished Educator and software developer, Stephanie Weber, and Apple Distinguished Educator and PBS Digital Innovator, Mike Lang. They create professional development goodness and generally get in trouble. We're on the... Read More →


Friday September 30, 2016 8:00pm - 9:00pm PDT
Room 717

8:00pm PDT

iPad Use in Health Science
Interested in getting a list of free apps to use with your health science or anatomy classes? Let me share with you a list I have developed, show you some app smashing lesson ideas and how you can use them to engage your students in the classroom.

Speakers

Friday September 30, 2016 8:00pm - 9:00pm PDT
Room 719
 
Saturday, October 1
 

8:00am PDT

Apps, Extensions, and Add-ons: What?!
Attend this session to learn the difference between apps, extensions, and add-ons when working with Google Apps for Education. We'll talk about some great tools to use with students as well as those that just help the teacher with everyday workflow. Best of all, they are all free!

Speakers
avatar for Jody Myers

Jody Myers

Coordinator, Professional Development Education, CCSD
Jody Myers is the Coordinator of K-12, Professional Learning and Distance Education in the Instructional Design and Professional Learning Division of CCSD. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from Pacific University and her Master's degree in Instructional Technology... Read More →


Saturday October 1, 2016 8:00am - 9:00am PDT
Room 712

8:00am PDT

Student Led Learning
Student voice is where it's at. Having students use their voice for choice is the road map to the future! By utilizing student passion, we can best tap into the deeper learning of our students! 

Speakers

Saturday October 1, 2016 8:00am - 9:00am PDT
Room 730

9:15am PDT

Get More Out of Your Forms
Google forms can be used for more than just a quick survey. Discover all the amazing things you can do with forms from having parents sign-up to volunteer to writing an online quiz for students.

Speakers
avatar for Jody Myers

Jody Myers

Coordinator, Professional Development Education, CCSD
Jody Myers is the Coordinator of K-12, Professional Learning and Distance Education in the Instructional Design and Professional Learning Division of CCSD. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from Pacific University and her Master's degree in Instructional Technology... Read More →


Saturday October 1, 2016 9:15am - 10:15am PDT
Room 712

9:15am PDT

Unleash the Magical Powers of Google
Deep down in the magical land of Google there are many tools waiting to be used in your classroom. Let's explore Google lab creations and connect our standards to provide the ultimate learning experience for our students!

Speakers

Saturday October 1, 2016 9:15am - 10:15am PDT
Room 718

10:30am PDT

Unleash the Magical Powers of Google
Deep down in the magical land of Google there are many tools waiting to be used in your classroom. Let's explore Google lab creations and connect our standards to provide the ultimate learning experience for our students!

Speakers

Saturday October 1, 2016 10:30am - 11:30am PDT
Room 718

10:30am PDT

PBL in the Clouds: Demonstrating Content Mastery Through Digital Storytelling
Do your students publish? Use media in diverse formats? showcase their practical understanding?  Probably in some way, but this session will highlight the ways in which cloud-based tools can be used to easily do all three-- with and without Google Apps!

Speakers
avatar for Jason Borgen

Jason Borgen

Chief Technology Officer, Santa Cruz County Office of Education
Jason is former director of the the national TICAL project. He spent 3 years as the Director of Learning & Innovation for Portola Valley School District--a K-8 district serving students in the Silicon Valley. Currently he is CTO at the Santa Cruz County Office of Education. Jason... Read More →


Saturday October 1, 2016 10:30am - 11:30am PDT
Room 731

12:15pm PDT

Tech Smackdown
Want to see what your new friends are doing in their classroom and see competition at its finest?  Check out this total nerd session on the latest and greatest in edtech and who will win bragging rights!  

Saturday October 1, 2016 12:15pm - 1:00pm PDT
Cafeteria

1:15pm PDT

A Traveler's Guide to Authentic Assessment
When experiencing a new country, one goes in search of the most authentic culinary representations of that area appreciating the nuanced cuisine shaped by the ingredients of the region. Join The Intelligent Hoodlums on an epic trek through authentic assessment. You'll experience and build the ingredients and tools into a personalized digital "cookbook" for preparing your own authentic assessments. Bon appetite!

Speakers
avatar for Mike Lang and Stephanie Weber

Mike Lang and Stephanie Weber

The Intelligent Hoodlums
The Intelligent Hoodlums is the brainchild of Apple Distinguished Educator and software developer, Stephanie Weber, and Apple Distinguished Educator and PBS Digital Innovator, Mike Lang. They create professional development goodness and generally get in trouble. We're on the... Read More →


Saturday October 1, 2016 1:15pm - 2:15pm PDT
Room 718

1:15pm PDT

Edtech & Innovation: A Student Perspective
What do edtech and innovative teaching look like through a student's eyes? How are you affecting your students' learning, enthusiasm, and motivation? In this session, you will gain perspective through the eyes of Araam Zare, a student at Shadow Ridge High School in Las Vegas, NV. He will show you what edtech and innovation mean to him as a learner and lead a discussion on how as teachers, you can reach more of your students.  

Speakers

Saturday October 1, 2016 1:15pm - 2:15pm PDT
Room 731

1:15pm PDT

6 Technology Tools Every Teacher Should Be Using
Whether you are a techie teacher or a techno-novice, there are a number of online
tools available to help you increase your productivity and perfect your computer
skills.

This session will cover five main technology areas: storage solutions, password
management, bookmarking, information gathering and information sharing. Each of
the five areas includes multiple options to help allow for both flexibility of
choice and availability of assortment.

The different areas contain multiple tools, including; online flash drives,
applications to help you remember your different passwords, the ability to save
your Internet bookmarks to multiple web browsers and computers, sharing your
bookmarks with others, RSS feeds, blogs, wikis, Twitter, and URL shorteners.

Each of the areas contains both free and paid versions of tools allowing everyone
the opportunity to use the products regardless of funding and finances. 

Speakers
avatar for Derek Larson

Derek Larson

EdTech Director, SEDC


Saturday October 1, 2016 1:15pm - 2:15pm PDT
Room 717

1:15pm PDT

Google Tools for Everyone
Get ideas for differentiating instruction with Read&Write for Google Chrome toolbars inside Google Docs, PDF and ePub files, and websites in the Chrome browser. Help students master standards and prepare for SBAC Assessments.
Download links for free tools here: http://bit.ly/RW4GClinks

Suitable for all levels and abilities; great for ELL and Special Needs students.
Explore tools playing Bingo with hyperdocs.
Today's Focus is on tools for PC/Mac/Chromebook , so bring your device and join in!
Participants will get access to toolbars, open resources, and a chance to win Bingo prizes!

Speakers
avatar for Nora Trentacoste

Nora Trentacoste

Regional Director, Text Help
At Texthelp we help all students read and respond to content. Read&Write for literacy, WriQ for Writing, EquatIO for math: All means ALL!



Saturday October 1, 2016 1:15pm - 2:15pm PDT
Room 730

2:30pm PDT

Making Learning Visible: Harness the power of Google Sites for Meaningful Student Reflection
This session will be a workshop to show you how easily students can create a custom Google Site to regularly reflect on the standards they are learning in class. The honest individual feedback will help you adapt your instruction and track the growth of your students throughout the year. I'll share the triumphs and pitfalls I've experienced the last few years implementing this technology with my students while I help you create your own Google Site to use in your classroom.

Speakers
RD

Robert Davis

English Teacher, Southwest C.T.A.
Ask me about how you can harness the power of Google Sites for Digital Portfolios and Project Management.


Saturday October 1, 2016 2:30pm - 3:30pm PDT
Room 718
 
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