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6-12 [clear filter]
Friday, April 19
 

8:30am CDT

Google Forms and Sheets 101
Limited Capacity full
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In this session, we will cover Google Forms and how you can use them in your classroom. Forms are a quick way to create an online survey. The responses are then collected in Google Sheets. Teachers can use Forms in a variety of ways, including assessing student knowledge, giving quick quizzes, creating exit tickets, and receiving feedback from students and parents.

Speakers
avatar for Mark Rounds

Mark Rounds

Teacher, Monarch School
Mark Rounds teaches for San Diego Juvenile Court and Community Schools at The Monarch School, a public K-12 serving the homeless population in downtown San Diego. He is lead teacher in the CTE Academy, building a deeper learning methodology and environment for at-risk teens, striving... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2019 8:30am - 9:45am CDT
Room 308

8:30am CDT

History Interactive
Limited Capacity full
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Intro:
Let's ask students to think critically and creatively about history by asking students to examine tough choices historic figures have faced and tough choices current leaders and everyday people must make to survive or thrive.

Create:
We'll start by brainstorming historical events where figures have faced tough decisions and the potential difficult outcomes of those decisions. We'll map out those decisions and outcomes on Post-it Notes and then begin designing an interactive experience using Google Sites to map those choices with texts and images. Participants will design models of interactive history sites to provide students.

Reflect:
How else can this kind of interactive activity be deployed? What other possibilities are there for the future?

Speakers
avatar for Kevin Brookhouser

Kevin Brookhouser

Director of Technology, York School
Kevin Brookhouser, M.Ed. is the author of The 20time Project: How educators can launch Google’s formula for future-ready students and Code in Every Class: How All Educators Can Teach Programming. He teaches product design, computer programming, and digital media at York School in... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2019 8:30am - 9:45am CDT
Room 215

8:30am CDT

Ted-ED Platform: Spark, Create, and Share Interactive Ideas
Limited Capacity full
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Educators will learn how to use The TED-Ed platform. Learn how to customize lessons for different classes and individual learning needs — and then track the results.
The TED-Ed Clubs program supports students in discovering, exploring and presenting their big ideas in the form of short, TED-style talks.

Speakers
avatar for Kimberly Lane Clark

Kimberly Lane Clark

Director of Engagement, Computer Science/EdTech Consultan
Kimberly Lane Clark, Ed.S., is an award-winning educator and keynote speaker based in Texas. She is the Director of Engagement and a computer science enthusiast with a passion for advocating for STEM inequities that underrepresented girls face on a day to day basis. Kimberly began... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2019 8:30am - 9:45am CDT
Room 219

9:55am CDT

Create Mini Lessons through Google Slides
Limited Capacity full
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Do you have a Lesson, Announcement, or a quick tool you would like to show staff members but do not have time to reach all in one setting.... Learn how to create flipped lessons, self paced lesson, blended learning activities by creating mini lessons by using Google Slides where teachers can go through at their own pace.

Participants will learn how to create mini lessons by using google slides where students or teachers can learn at their own pace, navigate through important materials, assess their knowledge where teachers can provide immediate feedback.

Speakers
avatar for Kimberly Lane Clark

Kimberly Lane Clark

Director of Engagement, Computer Science/EdTech Consultan
Kimberly Lane Clark, Ed.S., is an award-winning educator and keynote speaker based in Texas. She is the Director of Engagement and a computer science enthusiast with a passion for advocating for STEM inequities that underrepresented girls face on a day to day basis. Kimberly began... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2019 9:55am - 11:10am CDT
Room 219

9:55am CDT

Leveraging GoGuardian in the Classroom
Limited Capacity full
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GoGuardian is a tool that will help a teacher manage students' Chromebook use and help to keep track of student web activity. In this session, we will cover the GoGuardian Teacher user interface and share best practices for the tool's use in the classroom.

Speakers
avatar for Mark Rounds

Mark Rounds

Teacher, Monarch School
Mark Rounds teaches for San Diego Juvenile Court and Community Schools at The Monarch School, a public K-12 serving the homeless population in downtown San Diego. He is lead teacher in the CTE Academy, building a deeper learning methodology and environment for at-risk teens, striving... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2019 9:55am - 11:10am CDT
Room 308

12:10pm CDT

Leveraging GoGuardian in the Classroom
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

GoGuardian is a tool that will help a teacher manage students' Chromebook use and help to keep track of student web activity. In this session, we will cover the GoGuardian Teacher user interface and share best practices for the tool's use in the classroom.

Speakers
avatar for Mark Rounds

Mark Rounds

Teacher, Monarch School
Mark Rounds teaches for San Diego Juvenile Court and Community Schools at The Monarch School, a public K-12 serving the homeless population in downtown San Diego. He is lead teacher in the CTE Academy, building a deeper learning methodology and environment for at-risk teens, striving... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2019 12:10pm - 1:25pm CDT
Room 308

12:10pm CDT

Tech Tools for Students with Special Needs
Limited Capacity full
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This hands on session is all about discovering and trying out tech tools that best fit the needs of diverse learners.

Speakers
avatar for Fernando Chavez

Fernando Chavez

National Board Certified Teacher
Born in Los Angeles, California and growing up in a low income/at-risk community section of the San Fernando Valley, overcoming obstacles has been at the forefront of Fernando’s empowerment. After graduating from UCLA with a BA in Sociology, he decided to pursue his passion which... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2019 12:10pm - 1:25pm CDT
Room 210

12:10pm CDT

Where my Girls At? Shifting the paradigm
Limited Capacity full
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Equity is not just about whether Computer Science classes are available, but also about how those classes are taught, how students are recruited, and how the classroom culture supports diverse learners and promotes retention. Participants will learn about effective practices for broadening participation in computing, including an emphasis on culturally responsive teaching practices in the classroom. As an interactive session, participants will be immersed in and reflect on pedagogical practices and strategies that support CS for All students and lead to broadened participation in computing.

Speakers
avatar for Kimberly Lane Clark

Kimberly Lane Clark

Director of Engagement, Computer Science/EdTech Consultan
Kimberly Lane Clark, Ed.S., is an award-winning educator and keynote speaker based in Texas. She is the Director of Engagement and a computer science enthusiast with a passion for advocating for STEM inequities that underrepresented girls face on a day to day basis. Kimberly began... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2019 12:10pm - 1:25pm CDT
Room 219

1:35pm CDT

Google Docs and Slides 101
Limited Capacity full
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In this session, we will be covering the nuts and bolts of these two ubiquitous tools, sharing new and essential elements of both to increase productivity and creative output.

Speakers
avatar for Mark Rounds

Mark Rounds

Teacher, Monarch School
Mark Rounds teaches for San Diego Juvenile Court and Community Schools at The Monarch School, a public K-12 serving the homeless population in downtown San Diego. He is lead teacher in the CTE Academy, building a deeper learning methodology and environment for at-risk teens, striving... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2019 1:35pm - 3:30pm CDT
Room 308

1:35pm CDT

Tech Tools for English Learners
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

This hands on session is all about discovering and trying out tech tools that best fit the needs of English Learners.

Speakers
avatar for Fernando Chavez

Fernando Chavez

National Board Certified Teacher
Born in Los Angeles, California and growing up in a low income/at-risk community section of the San Fernando Valley, overcoming obstacles has been at the forefront of Fernando’s empowerment. After graduating from UCLA with a BA in Sociology, he decided to pursue his passion which... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2019 1:35pm - 3:30pm CDT
Room 210

1:35pm CDT

Where My Girls At? Shifting the Paradigm
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

Equity is not just about whether Computer Science classes are available, but also about how those classes are taught, how students are recruited, and how the classroom culture supports diverse learners and promotes retention. Participants will learn about effective practices for broadening participation in computing, including an emphasis on culturally responsive teaching practices in the classroom. As an interactive session, participants will be immersed in and reflect on pedagogical practices and strategies that support CS for All students and lead to broadened participation in computing.

Speakers
avatar for Kimberly Lane Clark

Kimberly Lane Clark

Director of Engagement, Computer Science/EdTech Consultan
Kimberly Lane Clark, Ed.S., is an award-winning educator and keynote speaker based in Texas. She is the Director of Engagement and a computer science enthusiast with a passion for advocating for STEM inequities that underrepresented girls face on a day to day basis. Kimberly began... Read More →


Friday April 19, 2019 1:35pm - 3:30pm CDT
Room 219