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Day 2- Session E- 8:30-9:30 AM

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Computer Lab 1- Room 209

Presenters: Shirley Corcoran and Camella Herrin

Title: VoiceThread

Suggested Audience: All

Elementary Content Area: Technology and Communication

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Technology and Communication

Description: Use VoiceThread to make a record of student comments about an image or document. Useful for all subject areas as a form of online communication.

Computer Lab 2- Room 207

Presenter: Yvonne Coley and Cindy Deal

Title: Using Photo Story

Suggested Audience: K-5

Elementary Content Area: All Subjects

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Description: Come learn how to use Photo Story with your students. This session will be hands on so come with a flash drive that has some pictures loaded.

Media Center

Presenter: Craig Twaddle

Title: Searching and Organizing Media in Learn360

Suggested Audience: K-12 teachers

Elementary Content Area: All Subjects
Middle/ High Content Area: All Subjects

Description: Will cover the best methods for searching for media, downloading, creating playlists and slideshows.

Room 232

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Room 601

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 602

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Room 603

Presenter:  Lucas Gillispie (via Julie)

Title:  Coming Soon (Educational Gaming)

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Description:  This will be presented virtually.  Lucas is the technology coordinator in Pender County Schools.

 



Room 604

Presenter: Sharon Bass and April Wingler

Title: Intermediate Level of Notebook Software for the SMART Board

Suggested Audience: 6-8

Elementary Content Area:

Middle/ High Content Area: All

Description: This training will be an intermediate level of instruction on the Notebook software. We will look at uses of the Tool Kits and will focus on Linking and Capturing showing examples from several content areas.


 

Room 605

Presenter: Jan Holshouser

Title: Google Docs

Suggested Audience: 6-8

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Description: Learn how to use Google Docs to do your word processing, spreadsheets, and presentations so that they are always available online no matter where you are. You can import and export documents in several different formats, even PDF. Sharing with others and having multiple people to edit a document is a snap! Also learn how to do a quick online survey with other teachers, students, and parents.

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Room 608

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Room 701

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Room 705

Presenter: Krista Hodsden & Amanda Isaacs

Title: Triumphs & Pitfalls of Social Networking in the Language Arts Classroom

Suggested Audience: LA Teachers

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Description: These two secondary Language Arts teachers will reflect on their first experience of using social networking in the classroom.  What went well and what will they change for next year?  They will also reveal students' perspectives via video interviews.
 

Room 707

Presenter: Michael Petersen / Lance Pfeifer

Title: Robotics Makes Learning Fun

Suggested Audience: All

Elementary Content Area:  Technology

Middle/ High Content Area: Technology

Description: We will talk about collaboration using Web 2.0 tools, Smartboards, and Lego Mindstorms

Room 710

Presenter: Rob Schladensky & Michelle Bushey

Title: Podcasting Tools for Different Learners

Suggested Audience: K-5 (Mac)

Elementary Content Area: All Subjects

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Description: A “podcast” is simply an episode that is broadcasted on digital media players and personal computers.  Each episode file is distributed over the Internet and can be made up of audio and/or video and even text.  Teachers and students can create podcasts to record lessons, share class projects and other special events.  Subscribers to podcasts can enjoy these free episodes anytime and anywhere.  There are thousands from which to choose.  This workshop will discuss the necessary tools (GarageBand, PhotoBooth, and iMovie) needed to create a podcast and will share many examples of how to integrate them in the classroom.  Students are tuned into this and you will be too!!!

Room 741

Presenter: Denise Yates & Wendy Tomberlin

Title: Flip Video

Suggested Audience: All

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Room 744

Presenter:  Steve Johnson

Title:  Don't Bore Your Students...Spore Them!

 

Suggested Audience:  All

Elementary Content Area:  All

Middle/ High Content Area:  All

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Spore™ is the brand-new, highly anticipated simulation game from the mind of Will Wright (creator of The Sims).  It allows users to create any type of creature they can imagine and guide them through 5 phases of evolution:  cell, creature, tribal, civilization, and space! 

 

Participants will work together to build a creature using the FREE Spore Creature Creator™ as we discuss the broad educational impact this process can have with students across the K-12 spectrum.  From biology to creative writing, from animal adaptations to genetics- your creatures can help you TEACH!

 

Room 745

Presenter: Beth Hamilton and Patti Johnstone

Title: Geocaching Integration

Suggested Audience: K-5

Elementary Content Area: All

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Description: Participants will learn geocaching basics which include: searching for caches, setting up caches, and how geocaching can be integrated into any curriculum area.

 


 

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