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Day 1- Session C-1:15-2:15 PM

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Computer Lab 1- Room 209

Presenter:  Susann Spinell, Nikki Sandor and Michelle McCartan

Title:  The F4 Model:  Integrating Technology into Research Assignments

Suggested Audience:  Elementary

Elementary Content Area:  All

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Description:  Using the Fabulous, Fascinating File Folder Project Model, students will learn how to research and present data using a variety of computer programs ad data bases including PowerPoint, Encyclopedia Britannica and Excel.  Participants will leave with research project ideas that can be modified to fit their needs and their own model of an F4 Project Model.

Computer Lab 2- Room 207

Presenter: Yvonne Coley

Title: Art and Irfanview

Suggested Audience: K-5

Elementary Content Area: All

Middle/ High Content Area:

Description: Using Irfanview

Media Center

Presenter:  Denise Yates & Julie LaChance

Title:  Gmail & Google Groups

Suggested Audience: All

Elementary Content Area: All

Middle/ High Content Area: All

Description: Come learn how to use two cool Google tools, Gmail and Google Groups.  In this session you will learn about some of the additional features provided in Gmail that will help you stay organized and communicate with your students.  Google Groups is a tool that you can use to create an online classroom environment that allows you to share documents and links, house discussions, and more.

Room 232

Presenter: Craig Twaddle

Title: Creating Blogs & Podcasts with Learn360

Suggested Audience: K-12 teachers

Elementary Content Area: All Subjects

Middle/ High Content Area: All Subjects

Description: Learn how to create/share blogs and podcasts within the Learn360 website.

Room 601

Presenter: Cindy Deal and Beth Hamilton

Title: Literature and Technology

Suggested Audience: K-5

Elementary Content Area: All Subjects

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Description: Come see some examples of Technology and Literature integration. We will use some great children's literature and show how to add a technology component to its study.  Younger children can use them while older students could create them. Participants will see uses for Google Earth, Excel, and the WWW.
 

Room 602

Presenter: Kevin Knight

Title: Keyboard Shortcuts, Time-Saving Tips, and Technology Tricks

Suggested Audience: 9-12

Elementary Content Area: All

Middle/ High Content Area: All

Description: You use a computer every day. Whether it's creating lessons or handouts, searching the Internet, or performing routine tasks, you spend a lot of time doing a lot of work. There's no sense in continuing to do things the LONG way. Make the computer do the work! In this session, you will learn all the keyboard shortcuts, time saving tips, and tricks that the Technology Facilitators use to make everything quicker and more efficient.

Room 603

Presenter: Erin Moore

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

Suggested Audience: Elementary

Elementary Content Area: Reading and Math

Middle/ High Content Area:

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 604

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Room 605

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Room 606

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Room 608

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Room 701

Presenter: Steven W. Anderson, MAEd 

Title: The Digital Classroom- Animoto 

Suggested Audience:  all

Elementary Content Area:  all

Middle/ High Content Area:  all

Description: Have you ever wanted to create classroom video or presentations but didn’t think you had the time, resources, equipment or know-how? In 4 easy steps you can!. And the best part? It’s free for educators. Learn how to sign up, upload pictures, add titles and music to create professional-looking videos that you can share or download. With Animoto you and your students can take your classroom to the next level!

Room 705

Presenter:  Jeff Goodnight/Jim Gilreath

Title: WWW with Jim and Jeff

Suggested Audience: All

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Description: Using the internet for fun in the classroom. Spice up your presentation, faculty meetings, retirements, and lessons using all kinds of web sites. Some are funny, some are very funny! We guarantee you will find something to use in any setting.  Come prepared to have fun and laugh.


 

Room 707

Presenter:  Steve Johnson

Title:  Engaging Students' Multiple Intelligences through Technology Projects

Suggested Audience: 4th-12th grade teachers

Elementary Content Area:  All

Middle/ High Content Area:  All

Description: 

Your students are yearning for a classroom that is customized to their strengths and weaknesses.  Come see how to utilize modern technology tools to target all 8 intelligences.  Imagine the engagement in your classroom as you combine ideas / projects that appeal to student strengths with the tools that are relevant to their lives!  

 

 

 

Each participant will have a chance to experiment with the ideas presented and will leave with a ton of new ways to engage every student in their classroom.
 

Room 710

Presenter:  John Lemmon of John Lemmon Films

Title: Teaching Animation to Enhance the Standard Course of Study

Suggested Audience:  All

Elementary Content Area:  All

Middle/ High Content Area:  All

Description:

John Lemmon will demonstrate how to teach students to create stop motion animation movies about topics within the Standard Course of Study, to help students gain a deeper understanding of the topics. Examples from other classrooms will be shown. Participants will learn the basics of creating an animated movie.

 

Room 741

Presenter: Patti Johnstone/Paula Shrum/Jacquie Fletcher

Title: School Center: Publishing Photo Albums and Videos

Suggested Audience: K-12

Elementary Content Area: All

Middle/ High Content Area:

Description: Looking for a way to share photos and videos of classroom events with parents and community? You'll learn quick and easy tips to upload photos and videos into School Center albums. Digital photos and video clips will be available for hands on experience.

Room 744

Presenter: Renee Ingham & Amber Handy

Title:  Ning

Suggested Audience: Middle/High

Elementary Content Area:

Middle/ High Content Area: All

Description: This Ning presentation will be about how to create a Ning account, set up a page, and offer a variety of ways in which to incorporate using a Ning  page in your classes. Listen to how a history teacher, an ESL teacher and an English teacher have implemented this social/educational network into their instruction.

 

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Room 749

Presenters: Erica Williard and Tim Gwynn

Title: Excel Basics for Students and Teachers

Suggested Audience: K-5

Elementary Content Area: Technology

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Description: Learn the basics of excel and how they may be used in your classroom for both students and teachers.

 


 
   

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