Concurrent Sessions Round One
10:25 – 11:25
001. Leveraging Professional Development: What's Best for One Isn't Best For Al
Speaker: Adam Hengel
002. What's New with Google EDU
Speaker: Anne Nash and Picciolini Britton
003. Going Global in the Early Elementary Years
Speaker: Barbara Harmann
004. Technology to Support Teaching
With so much technology “out there”, it is hard to harness what is best and easiest to use to track student progress……keep parents in the loop…..and to push your curriculum forward. Come and partake in this session to see some tools that can be easily implemented at any grade level for teachers and students alike.
Speaker: Helen Xiong
005. Forging Strong Community Relationships to Accomplish a Shared Vision
Speaker: David Gundlach
006. Tech Tools That Make an Impact in Your Science Classroom
Speaker: David Taebel and Eric Benedict
007. Access Abilities: Designing for All Learners
More students are coming to school with a wider variety of special needs. And teachers are exploring new ways to not only support these learners, but to also personalize every student’s learning experience. Join us to learn about tools and resources from Apple that allow all students to explore, communicate, and create in new and powerful ways. Explore the built-in accessibility features included on every iPad, Mac, and Apple TV that can be customized to help diverse learners succeed.
008. Nearpod & Screencastify: The Perfect Technological Combo in a Data Driven Classroom
Speaker: Kim Leisgang and Kyrstn Bergh
009. Seesaw: An Online Digital Portfolio and Communication Tool
Speaker: Kimberly Benedict
010. Beating the Odds at a WI Title I School
Title I schools have the odds stacked against them in helping their students achieve success. In this presentation, Kristen Moisson and Sue Ann Eicher will discuss the use of technology that helped Jackson Elementary School earn five straight Wisconsin Title I School of Recognition awards. The school’s state ELA scores grew from 14% below the state average to 10.6% above the state average in just three years. Come learn about the high-impact practices they brought together to personalize learning and help their students succeed.
Speaker: Kristen Moisson and Sue Ann Eicher
011. Connecting the Dots for Students--Building Relationships That Support Students in Achieving High Levels of Rigor
Speaker: Laura Montez
012. Targeted ELA Conferencing Using Digital Forms, Backchannels, & Bulletin Boards
Speaker: Paul Walter
Google “Keep” Married “Google Docs” and Lived Happily Ever After!
Speaker: Tom Story
014. Capturing the Intangible
Speaker: Tricia Louis Richland
015. Learning Visually
Ideas, Poll Everywhere, and more.
Speaker: Diana Laufenberg