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Day 1- Session B- 11:00 AM- 12:00 PM

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Computer Lab 1- Room 209

Presenter: Camella Herrin/Barbara Lewis

Title: Blogging With Students

Suggested Audience:  All

Elementary Content Area: Technology

Middle/ High Content Area: Technology

Description: Set up a Blog in School Center and

View examples of how this can be used with students.

Ckout_Sheet (SP).doc

Ckout_Sheet (ENG).doc

Add Blog_SC.doc

Computer Lab 2- Room 207

Presenter: Yvonne Coley and Cindy Deal

Title: SmartBoard Tricks

Suggested Audience: K-5

Elementary Content Area: All Subjects

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Description: Come learn how to do some neat things beyond the basics with your smartboard. This session will be hands on so come with some ideas.

Media Center

Presenter: Craig Twaddle

Title: Creating Assignments & Student Groups with Learn360
Suggested Audience: K-12 teachers

Elementary Content Area: All Subjects

Middle/ High Content Area: All Subjects

Description: Learn how to create assignments and share them with student groups you have created.

Room 232

Presenter: Jeff Goodnight

Title: MS Office For Secretaries

Suggested Audience: Any Staff or ALL

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Description: Using MS Office to make the life of Financial Secretaries and School Secretaries easier. Making graphs, mail merges, making labels, and using Excel to make your life easier.

Room 601

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Room 603

Presenter:  Kelly Mavropoulos

Title: The Wonderful World of Web 2.0

Suggested Audience:  K-12

Elementary Content Area: All

Middle/ High Content Area: All

Description:  What is Web 2.0?  How can I use it to keep my students engaged?  How can it make my life easier?  The answers to all of these questions plus hundreds of websites to keep your students on the cutting edge of technology!  From Hot Potatoes, Homework Station and Idpad to Museum Box, teachers will leave this session with more ideas & websites than they know what to do with!

Room 604

Presenter: Robin Hadden

Title: Using Prescriptive Instruction with an Interactive Whiteboard: Whole Class Instruction

Suggested Audience: K-5

Elementary Content Area: Reading and Math

Middle/ High Content Area:None

Description: Prescriptive Instruction is a web-based K-5th grade Reading and Math remediation/intervention learning system. It can be utilized not only by individual students needing automated differentiated instruction, but by teachers to offer whole class instruction.  Join us as we view lessons and strategies for getting the most out of this powerful program for ALL the students in your classroom by linking two technologies: the interactive whiteboard and web-based instruction. The new Algebra content available this FALL will also be highlighted.


 

Room 605

Presenter: Jan Holshouser

Title: Digital Storytelling Using MS Photo Story 3

Suggested Audience: 6-12

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Description: MS Photo Story 3 for Windows helps you create exciting video stories from your pictures that you can share with others in a few simple steps. You can import and edit your pictures, add titles, record narration, add background music, and save your story as a movie file. You can then use any program that plays Windows Media Video (WMV) files to view your story.

Room 606

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Room 608

Presenter:  Mike Trump

Title:  Get Sassy with SASinSchool!

Suggested Audience:  6-12

Elementary Content Area:  N/A

Middle/ High Content Area:  ALL

Description:  Come discover how SASinSchool, a FREE online resource site offering lesson plans and activities directly aligned to the NC Standards for all subjects, can be used to enhance ANY Middle / High School curriculum.  Topics will include user setup, navigation, exploring resources and flagging, assigning & working with lesson plans.  Session ends with a treasure hunt!

Room 701

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Room 705

Presenter: Shayla Rexrode

Title: SMART Notebook Design Tips

Suggested Audience: K-12 classroom teachers, technology support staff, administrators

Elementary Content Area: Technology

Middle/ High Content Area: Technology

Description: In this session we will discuss design tips that should be applied to SMART Board lessons as well as explore the page templates and icons available in the new Lesson Activity Toolkit 2.0.

AdvancedFeatures.notebook

LAT 2.0 Updates.notebook

Educator Resources (3).doc

Cabarrus Co. Lesson Design(2).notebook

Room 707

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Room 710

Presenter:  John Lemmon of John Lemmon Films

Title:  Creating Educational Games with Flash

Suggested Audience:  All

Elementary Content Area: All

Middle/ High Content Area:  All

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John Lemmon will give an overview (aimed at novices) on how to teach students to use Adobe Flash to create simple games that demonstrate topics from the fields of Math, Science, English and Social Studies. This is a great way to channel students’ fascination with video games toward educational goals.

Room 741

Presenter: Andrew Platek

Title: Super Spectacular Senteo Seminar

Suggested Audience: All

Elementary Content Area: All

Middle/ High Content Area: All

Description:  In this session, teachers will learn how to use the Senteo interactive remotes.  They will get hands on experience with the devices as well as the software through which the remotes work.  Teachers will learn how the Senteos can provide immediate feedback, and how to apply the data to improve student learning. 
 

Room 744

Presenter:  Julie LaChance and Rob Muhlestein

Title: Making an Avatar in Second Life

Suggested Audience: All

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Middle/ High Content Area: All

Description: Did you attend "why you need a second life" and realize you do need a second life?  This is the session for you! We will help you learn how to create an avatar and get started in Second  Life.
 

Room 745

Presenter: Richard Hartshorne, Ph.D.

Title:  eLearning in the Clouds

Suggested Audience: All

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Schools are expanding costly network infrastructure and support to keep up with the demands for distance learning and course management. A fast growing trend is to purchase the eLearning software as a service (SAS) to eliminate upfront costs and increase efficiency. In this presentation, we will examine cloud-based authoring applications, Web 2.0 applications, and learning management systems, as well as provide a discussion of various risks and rewards associated with cloud computing.

Room 749

Presenter:  Wendy Tomberlin

Title:  Twitter for Teachers

Suggested Audience: K-12

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Description: Do you want to be a Twitterer?  What is Twitter and how can you use it?  In this session we will answer those questions and find out who and how to follow other Twitterers to form your PLN (Personal/Professional Learning Network). We will explore Twitter tools that are useful in the classroom as well as Twitter applications used for reading, updating, and sorting "tweets".  As a bonus we will learn Twitter etiquette and how to tweet on the go.  It's time to join Ashton, Oprah, Shaq, and the billions of others already on Twitter.

 

 
   

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