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Day 2- Session F- 9:45-10:45 AM

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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.

Computer Lab 2- Room 207

Presenter: Yvonne Coley and Cindy Deal

Title: SmartBoard Tricks

Suggested Audience: K-5

Elementary Content Area: All Subjects

Middle/ High Content Area:

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: 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

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Elementary Content Area: all

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Room 601

Presenter: Crystal Turney

Title: Simple Tech Integration

Suggested Audience: K-5

Elementary Content Area: All

Middle/ High Content Area:

Description: During this session, I will share quick and simple tech integration ideas.  You will be able to use them on the first day of school.
 

Room 602

Presenter: Steve Alexander

Title: Things that Go Bump on your Computer

Suggested Audience: All

Elementary Content Area: Technology

Middle/ High Content Area: Technology

Description: A Fun but Serious session on most of the strange and unusual things that happen on your computer. We will answer questions on the things you fear most happening to your computer. Come prepared to participate and have fun learning

 

Room 603

Presenter: Kevin Knight

Title: Making Movie Magic

Suggested Audience: K-12 PC

Elementary Content Area: All

Middle/ High Content Area: All

Description: Windows Movie Maker is a simple program that allows you the freedom to make movies about anything in a small amount of time. Emphasis will be on making short topical classroom movies. Discussion will include information about video cameras and about an audio editing program called Audacity.

 

Room 604

Presenter: Kim Harding and Stephanie Odum

Title: Online Activities Using the SMART Board for Math and ELA

Suggested Audience: 6-8

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Room 605

Presenter: Jan Holshouser

Title: Google Docs

Suggested Audience: 6-8

Elementary Content Area:

Middle/ High Content Area:

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.

Room 606

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Room 608

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Room 701

Presenter:  Megan Osbourne and Anne Swayney

Title: Evaluating and Teaching English Classroom Skills with Technology

Suggested Audience: High School

Elementary Content Area:

Middle/ High Content Area: English

Description:

These two English teachers will share how they used the Senteo system, intereactive websites, Google Documents, and Notebook Software to jazz up the English classroom curriculum.  Come and find out how to avoid only using bubble sheets and workbooks to prepare for the EOC, teach grammar, and assess reading comprehension!

Room 705

Presenter: Shayla Rexrode

Title: What's new in SMART Response

Suggested Audience: K-12 teachers and technology support staff who have Senteo response units

Elementary Content Area: Technology

Middle/ High Content Area: Technology

Description: Are you confused about how to use the new response system software from SMART Technologies? In this session we will explore SMART Response (formally Senteo) and learn about the powerful new features that will enhance any Notebook lesson and bring assessments to a whole new level!

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: Rob Schladensky & Michelle Bushey

Title: Podcasting Tools for Different Learners

Suggested Audience: K-5 (Mac)

Elementary Content Area: All Subjects

Middle/ High Content Area:

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

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Room 744

Presenter: Joyce Camp

Title: Yum, Yum! Online Resources using Delicious

Suggested Audience: All

Elementary Content Area: Technology

Middle/ High Content Area: Technology

Description: Create an account on Delicious.com and learn how to organize and keep track of online resources. We will explore resources already bookmarked, create bookmarks of your own, and talk about how to create a network of users to share bookmarks.

http://ccselementarywebtools.pbworks.com/Delicious


 

Room 745

Presenter: Beth Hamilton and Patti Johnstone

Title: Geocaching Integration

Suggested Audience: K-5

Elementary Content Area: All

Middle/ High Content Area:

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

 

Room 749

Presenter: Patti Wilkins

Title: 'Wiki Wiki' (PBworks) & Google Docs

Suggested Audience: Administrators & Lead Teachers

Elementary Content Area: SIT Members , GL Chairs

Middle/ High Content Area: Department Chairs

Description:  Collaboration doesn't have to have the focus on 'labor'.  Participants will discover how to utilize two a web-based tools that will enable you to work in a more efficient, creative way.  Coworkers will no longer say, "Another Meeting?" And you will no longer object to 'Side Bars'; instead you will encourage them! 

Link to presentation via Google Docs


 
   

 

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