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Day 1- Session D-2:30-3:30 PM

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Computer Lab 1- Room 209

Presenter:  Susann Spinell, Nikki Sandor and Michelle McCartan

Title:  Continuation of 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: Kimberly Burd, Lynda Cloninger, &  Joy Knight

Title: Mixbook

Suggested Audience: All

Elementary Content Area: All

Middle/ High Content Area: All

Description: Hands on session using Mixbook with children. How to work with high school students and elementary  students to create books  using photos, drawings, and writings to create a book that parents can purchase for their children.
 

Media Center

Presenter: Denise Yates &  Julie LaChance

Title: Google Documents

Suggested Audience: All

Elementary Content Area: All

Middle/ High Content Area: All

Description: Learn how to use Google's free online collaborative document program, Google Docs.  This program provides learners with an online environment they can use to create word processing documents, presentations, spreadsheets, and surveys.  We will explore how teachers can use these tools in many different ways.

Room 232

Presenter:  Wendy Tomberlin

Title:  Organizing Your Digital World

Suggested Audience:  Anyone

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Description:  We have become dependent on the Internet to deliver all kinds of information.  Instead of relying on hundreds of bookmarks and Googling your way to your favorite sites, learn tools you can use to create your personal dashboard to the Web.  We will preview tools like iGoogle, PageFlakes, Netvibes, and the like that can help manage your digital life.  We will also talk about RSS feeds, social bookmarking, widgets, third-party tools, and browser extensions.  Customize your own web experience that saves you frustration and time every time you go online.


 

Room 601

Presenter: Cindy Deal and Beth Hamilton

Title: Pixie 2

Suggested Audience: K-5

Elementary Content Area: All

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Description: Come see an exciting piece of software that allows even the youngest students to create multimedia rich projects.
 

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Room 606

Presenter: Chris Balga, Social Studies Teacher

Title: SlideRocket, TimeToast, & Google Docs

Suggested Audience: 9-12

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Description:  See how this Social Studies teacher used Web 2.0 tools in his classroom.

 

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Room 701

Presenter: Joyce Camp and Sherry Harris

Title: Technology for the K-2 Classroom

Suggested Audience: K-2

Elementary Content Area: Technology

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Description: Join us as we explore technology tools to use in the K-2 classroom to tell stories, record events, and enhance the curriculum.

Room 705

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Room 710

Presenter: Shayla Rexrode

Title: Exploring the new Lesson Activity Toolkit 2.0 in SMART Notebook.

Suggested Audience: K-12 teachers, technology support staff

Elementary Content Area: Technology

Middle/ High Content Area: Technology

Description: Were you already in love with the Lesson Activity Toolkit v. 1? If so, you are going to be blown away by the new games, activities, and resources available in v. 2 now available as a free download!

 

AdvancedFeatures.notebook

LAT 2.0 Updates.notebook

Educator Resources (3).doc

Cabarrus Co. Lesson Design(2).notebook

Room 741

Presenter: Patti Johnstone, Jacquie Fletcher, Paula Shrum

Title: School Center: Publishing Photo Albums and Videos

Suggested Audience: K-12

Elementary Content Area: All

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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: Craig Twaddle

Title: Organizing Learn360 media

Suggested Audience: K-12 teachers

Elementary Content Area: All Subjects

Middle/ High Content Area: All Subjects

Description: Tips on how the find and organize the media you need for your classroom.

 

 

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