Concurrent Sessions Round One

10:15 - 11:15 | Tuesday

 

If you want a successful implementation of devices that raises the bar for both learners and teachers, you’ve got to model the use of those devices as a leader. This session will highlight ideas, techniques, and resources for using your iPad or Mac as a leader to model the best practice and make your day more efficient and effective.

Speakers: Joe Robinson, Jordan Braa, Angelique Anguiano 


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Intermediate
Convention Track: LPD
Audience: SA, IC, DA, CI

 

Take your students beyond the classroom walls and into some of the world’s most iconic locations for rich and immersive learning experiences, no permission slips required, and all free. Take students on an adventure into New York City‚ most forward-thinking neighborhood, explore the fascinating structure of the heart with scientists and doctors, learn about careers in the NBA, or take a road trip to see cars of the future. Discovery Education has partnered with some of the most innovative organizations to create fun, free, engaging virtual field trips, contests and experiences designed to connect students’ teachers and families. Where will you take your students?

Speakers: Rita Mortenson


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Novice
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: IC, CI, TI, LMS, GE

 

Student’s lives are increasingly saturated with media and the barriers to creating media are lower than ever. Helping students become better media producers empowers their voices and makes them savvier media consumers. PBS Wisconsin is piloting a classroom-based companion to our documentary series Hometown Stories. Students investigate local history, voice their perspectives on the world today and share their reflections on the future. In this session, you will see how elements of documentary filmmaking and media production can be applied to other disciplines. Participants will come away with ideas on how to implement these approaches with little or no technical abilities.

Speakers: Nick Ostrem, David Boffa


Grades: 9-12
Experience Level: Intermediate
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: LMS, GE

 

Join us as we unpack the nine elements of Digital Citizenship and discuss various ways that we can teach these important topics in all of our classrooms. Expect lots of time to discuss with your peers and you’ll leave with a “Make and Take” of Digital Citizenship Ideas and Resources to bring back with you to your school.

Speakers: Jake Boll

Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Novice
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: GE

 

Teachers will learn proven strategies for enhancing student scores on the Forward Exam TDA (essay). Unpacking the rubric, clarifying evidence vs. analysis, scoring sample peer responses, and working to craft a personal practice response are all part of the process. Technology, such as digital bulletin boards, video clips, and a variety of Google Classroom tools will be incorporated to show how all students can be actively engaged in the process.

Speakers: Paul Walter

Grades: K-8
Experience Level: Intermediate
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: SA, IC, DA, CI, GE

 

Innovation in the classroom is essential to engaging today’s students. Experienced educators often feel uncomfortable with the ‘new’ because they have come to rely on traditional methods that seem safe, trusted and familiar. As the technological landscape changes to include iPads, Twitter, social media and other digital technologies, how can teachers keep pace with assessments that are appropriate and relevant? In this session Myron Dueck will provide examples of how both formative and summative assessments can incorporate technologies such as iPad apps, Twitter, QR codes, Coaches Eye, online grading systems and Google Docs. The use of video and song will also be discussed and the incorporation of the Flipped Class model will be addressed.

Speakers: Myron Dueck (Keynote Speaker)


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Have you ever wondered how to design an engaging and effective Canvas site? This presentation will give you hands-on experience as you create a homepage with a Bitmoji background, weekly calendars with daily tasks and standards listed, and with links to external pages and modules. The goal is to give educators the why, what, and how of designing an easy to navigate and engaging Canvas homepage, so that they can use it as a tool to unleash the voice of learners, tomorrow. You will leave with a checklist of what needs to be included on your Canvas page and a start to your calendar, creation of creative buttons using Canva, and a Bitmoji classroom.

Speakers: Jennifer Frederick, Heather Andersen 


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Intermediate 
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: SA, IC, CI, TI, LMS, GE

 

Social media is all the rage with students these days, but how can it be used effectively in school? We have used social media, including TikTok, for numerous projects in social studies and art. We will provide project standards, rubric templates, and student examples of effective social media usage.

Speakers: Brittni Nelson, Mackenzi Schwarz


Grades: 6-8
Experience Level: Intermediate 
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: SA, IC, CI, TI, LMS, GE

 

We all know how intimidating the field of STEAM can be to young people. Thankfully, PBS Wisconsin has something to help make STEAM feel more exciting and less frightening: Meet the Lab is a collection of educational resources for middle school science classrooms that introduces learners to relevant real-world issues, cutting edge research, and the human elements people working together to research, innovate, and solve problems using science. Come learn about this incredible resource and all the ways it might be used in Wisconsin classrooms! 

Speakers: Michael Hartwell


Grades: 6-8
Experience Level: Novice
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: SA, IC, IT, CI, TI, LMS, GE

 

Assistive technology is any item, piece of equipment, software program, or product system that is used to increase, maintain, or improve functional capabilities of persons with disabilities. This session will dive into assistive features that are available within many technologies utilized in today’s classroom and discuss ways technology and assistive technology professionals can work together to build understanding of these supports. Presenters will use popular educational technology to demonstrate examples of built-in assistive tools and show how these can be used within the classroom to create fun and engaging lessons that all students can participate in.

Speakers: Pamela Hitz, Carrie Frost


Grades: 6-9
Experience Level: Intermediate  
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: IC, TI, IT, GE  

 

The best solutions begin with well-defined problems. As described in the parable of the river, we know children in our schools one by one is a losing battle and that we must examine the world for inequities. However, equity work has recently come into question, frequently without a deep understanding of the purpose of the work. Successful equity work is best accomplished with an in-depth data review, authentic stakeholder input, and documented action steps. This session will present a model for equity action in systems, introduce attendees to useful activities to begin the process, and share the story of this work in action in a WI district.

Speakers: Kent Smith, Milaney Leverson, Jennifer Rose


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Intermediate
Convention Track: LPD
Audience: SA, IC, DA, CI, GE

 

There is one thing for certain, we are aging…and require critical cyber protection now and in the future! So, let’s expose our learners of today to Cyber Security learning experiences. Come to this session and learn about how our nation is collaborating to create a K-16 Cyber Security curriculum that can integrate into the Computer Science Standards. Exposing students at a young age will promote a cyber generation that we desperately need to protect us all! You will leave with a foundation of Cyber Security, free resources to start your own program/integration, and other opportunities for your classroom, school, and community.

Speakers: Frank Devereaux, Beth Clarke


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Novice
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: IT, CI, TI, LMS, GE

 

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The Chrome Browser and ChromeOS are staples in classrooms everywhere. In this session, we will explore a jam-packed resource cache of extensions, add-ons, sites, settings, and much more to help you and your students succeed with utilizing Chrome and ChromeOS.

Speakers: Tricia Louis


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Intermediate
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: TI, GE

 

Unprecedented access to quality online learning has led to more opportunities for rural students to access content that may not have been available locally. This panel discussion facilitated by members of the Wisconsin Digital Learning Collaborative will highlight successful rural programs which incorporate high quality online learning into their offerings to provide students with options that meet the specific needs of their communities.

Speakers: Jason Schmidt, Sami Mantyla, Janice Mertes


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Intermediate
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: SA, IC, DA, IT, CI, TI, LMS, GE

 

How is your new education infrastructure learner focused to effectively support anytime, anywhere learning? How are you addressing issues of accessibility, security, scalability, and sustainability as blended learning has increased beyond the pandemic? Join us for a panel discussion in which leaders will share their experiences and strategies for addressing the unique needs of their learning community. We will discuss the interrelated nature of technology and learning, securing the learning environment, connectivity, local digital equity data, funding opportunities, and needs moving forward.

Speakers: Rachel Schemelin, Edward Snow


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Tech Professional
Convention Track: LPD
Audience: SA, IC, IT, CI, LMS

12:45 - 1:45 | Tuesday

 

Build awareness with this hands-on experience to help develop new ways to strengthen foundational literacy skills while empowering students to be better consumers of information, communicators of ideas, and creators of multimodal texts.

Speakers: Joe Robinson, Jordan Braa, Angelique Anguiano


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Intermediate
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: SA, IC, DA, CI, TI, LMS, GE

 

Hello Google users.  Already a Google user and looking to learn some time saving tips and tricks to share with your students and staff?  Ready to load your toolbelt with some fun and creative ways to use many Google features?  Join me in this energetic presentation and leave with a lot of ideas you can begin implementing immediately.  I will share some new features in Google that I have found to be extremely beneficial, along with some “must haves” that can help transform your classroom or school.  Join me for this season and let’s get going with Google.

Speakers: Rita Mortenson 

Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Intermediate 
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: IC, CI, TI, LMS, GE

 

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Prototyping is not just for engineers and career and technical education students. Prototyping is a process used to develop and test new ideas in a wide range of industries. Prototyping in schools allows learners to bring their authentic solutions to life, gather data and iterate on their design. This session will provide a wide range of activities and examples for prototyping across the curriculum and grade levels. We also will share a variety of high-tech and low-tech capacities for prototyping.

Speaker: Caroline Haebig

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The new web called web3 is all about decentralization which distributes power among all of its participants.  It is a whole new environment with multiple opportunities for education to leverage. We will look at how web3 is and will impact education, what are the tools and assets to leverage, and how we can look at new possibilities.  We also will journey down the road of what our students need to know and what we can do to prepare them for a decentralized future.  Come share your experiences and join the discussion around web3!

Speakers: Beth Clarke

Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Intermediate
Convention Track: LPD
Audience: SA, IC, DA, IT, CI, TI, LMS, GE

 

When we analyze the US education system and classrooms across our nation, we see dramatic differences and gaps in innovation. What can be done? How can schools and classrooms transform from those from the industrial era where desks are in rows, students are facing forward, and have teachers always front and center to ones that are learner-centered, personalized, and leverage the power of technology? Districts and schools across the nation are transforming into ones that are Future Ready, revamping such aspects as teacher empowerment, personalized professional learning, innovative learning spaces, community partnerships, digital learning initiatives, among others. This session will inspire school leaders and provide free tools and resources to empower them to transform their districts, schools, and classrooms into ones that better prepare students for the world they face tomorrow.

Speakers: Tom Murray


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This session covers how a Technology Integrator and Media Specialist were able to collaboratively implement engaging STEM activities with students in 30 minutes or less. This session will begin by showcasing examples of STEM activities that we’ve done with students, including Cricut projects, 3D printing, and others. We will share strategies that we used to design effective and engaging STEM lessons for any age with any amount of time. You’ll also participate in a demonstration of one of the STEM activities we created using Micro:bits. You will learn to code a pocket-sized computer circuit board in less than 30 minutes and take away curricular connections to use in your classroom.

Speakers: Debra Norton, Teri Rucinsky


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Novice
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: IC, IT, CI, TI, LMS, GE

 

The School District of Beloit Turner library and technology departments collaborated to launch a sustainable STEM program where teachers are empowered to lead lessons. We will explain our planning process, share what STEM activities we’re doing, and lessons we’ve learned along the way. Through purposeful alignment of resources to goals, all stakeholders are able to do “their part” to provide students with STEM lessons where they can create and explore. We will explore Ozobots, Makey Makey, Bloxels, WeVideo, Bee-Bot, and more. You will see how we were able to create and coordinate STEM lessons through instructional videos that teachers of all comfort levels were able to deliver successfully.

Speakers: Lisabeth Langer, Mike Sindahl


Grades: K-6
Experience Level: Intermediate 
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: SA, IC, IT, TI, LMS, GE

 

Are you looking for simple ways to begin integrating iPads into your art room?  At the elementary level, we have been using iPads to turn 2D pencil drawings into digital paintings using Brushes Redux. Once the Digital paintings are done, we add a few more layers to the image to animate the artwork, finishing with each student’s GIF. This is going to be a hands-on session, giving you the experience needed to go back into your classroom and start working!

Speakers: Valerie Tonn


Grades: K-8
Experience Level: Novice
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: TI, LMS, GE

 

We know teachers are constantly bombarded with resources and digital content for the classroom, making it tough to discern what is truly high-quality. In this hands-on workshop, you will learn about two standards-aligned, locally relevant historical inquiry games from PBS Wisconsin: The Legend of the Lost Emerald and Jo Wilder and the Capitol Case.  Not only will participants leave this workshop with multimedia resources to build meaningful learning experiences, they should bring their device and be ready to play!          

Speaker: Michael Hartwell


Grades: 3-6
Experience Level: Novice 
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: IC, IT, CI, TI, LMS, GE

 

We use machine learning in our lives every day, whether we realize it or not. Smart composition in email, unlocking a phone with our face, getting ride estimates from Uber, and seeing ads for that couch you were shopping for last week. All these examples involve a machine learning from data and recognizing patterns. How can we harness the power of machine learning in the elementary classroom? Using Machine Learning for Kids and Scratch 3, students can train a program to classify using sounds, images, or text.

This session will provide an introduction to machine learning for the elementary classroom and will offer participants ideas for implementation in their own classrooms.

Speakers: Sarah DeGuire, Pattie Morales


Grades: K-6
Experience Level: Intermediate
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: IC, TI, LMS, GE

 

Is your program or school looking to start an Elementary Online Learning program or have already started to create one? The Wisconsin Digital Learning Collaborative responded to the need of programs across the state of Wisconsin looking for guidance on how to plan, implement, and grow an Elementary Online Learning Program and put together a guide to help all programs in various stages of creating an elementary online program. Join our session to gain insight on how to use the guide and gain insight to helpful resources within the guide. In addition, you will learn how Wisconsin Virtual School used the guide to plan out their most recent addition of an elementary online learning program.

Speakers: Larissa Zompolas, Shawna Stueck


Grades: K-6
Experience Level: Novice
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: SA, IC, DA, GE

 

How are schools and districts consistently providing students with access to computer science curriculum and computational thinking lessons. We may teach Hour of Code to elementary students and offer computer science electives in high school, but what are we doing in between? Computer science is more than just coding and it’s not just for a niche group of students interested in the field. ALL students require computer science skills, and these skills need to be taught across the K-12 curriculum. We’ll discuss how to work with a district team to ensure computer science is interwoven into your district strategic plan. And of course, we’ll share great computer science resources!

Speakers: Frank Devereaux, Jake Boll


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Intermediate 
Convention Track: LPD
Audience: SA, IC, DA, IT, CI, TI, LMS, GE

 

Classroom turns your iPad or Mac into a powerful teaching assistant, to help a teacher guide a student through a lesson, see progress, and help keep them on track. You can easily launch the same app on every student device at the same time or launch a different app for each group of students. Classroom helps teachers focus on teaching so students can focus on learning. Schoolwork helps your classroom effectively use the creative power of the iPad. You can distribute and collect assignments, keep an eye on student progress and collaborate one on one with students from anywhere. Schoolwork is a powerful workflow tool that helps you manage and differentiate diverse learning needs.

Speakers: Felecity Treptow , Melissa Piette


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Intermediate
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: SA, IC, DA, IT, CI, TI, LMS, GE

 

This session will showcase iPad creation tools that will allow your students to explain/show their learning in any curricular area. We will explore apps like Clips, Pages/Keynote, Sketches School, Garageband, Canva, Notes, Voice Recorder and more. Bonus: all apps shared in this session will be FREE apps, so using these apps will be attainable in any environment where iPads are present!

Speakers: Tricia Louis


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Intermediate
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: TI, GE

 

As technology leaders, we constantly worry about our systems being compromised.  Join us for this Wisconsin DPI moderated panel discussion where you will learn first-hand what it is like to weather a Cyber incident storm from technology leaders who have lived through one. Hear first-hand lessons learned and receive the kind of advice you can only acquire from experience.

Speakers: Edward Snow, David McHugh

Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Novice 
Convention Track: LPD
Audience: SA, IC, DA, IT, CI, TI, LMS, GE

 

Education has moved forward beyond the COVID pandemic while multiple broadband funds are now available to address affordability and accessibility. How do you untangle the needs of your school district and funding to effectively support anytime, anywhere learning? In this session we will discuss digital equity data and a variety of broadband funding opportunities available to address the unique needs of your learning community.

Speakers: Rachel Schemelin

Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Tech Professional
Convention Track: LPD
Audience: SA, DA, IT, CI, LMS

2:15 - 3:15 | Tuesday

 

More than ever, every teacher and leader is looking to provide support for students through social emotional skills. This session highlights the intersection of empathy, equity, and creativity by modeling ways teachers can create learning opportunities that empower all students.

Speakers: Joe Robinson, Jordan Braa, Angelique Anguiano 


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Intermediate
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: SA, IC, DA, Ci, TI, LMS, GE

 

Speakers: Anne Nash


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Learn how Apple Distinguished Educators empower students to demonstrate their learning in creative and engaging ways. With apps such as Clips, Keynote, and Pages you can redefine how students demonstrate learning. With Clips, you’ll explore how to capture and share learning moments with features like live titles (closed captioning), filters, stickers, and more. Learn first-hand how easy and transformative it is to add closed captioning (live titles) to videos. With Keynote, we will show you how you and your students can make some amazing animations, and with Pages and the camera, there are endless possibilities.

Speakers: Tammy Trzebiatowski, Rita Mortenson 


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Novice
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: IC, IT, CI, TI, LMS, GE

 

This session will provide strategies for creating an inclusive maker culture. Whether you are not sure where a design challenge can fit in your curriculum or are working to maximize existing makerspaces and design studios this session will provide you with actionable next steps. We will provide methods and resources for developing educator capacity, guiding student achievement, and maximizing maker learning resources for inclusive learning environments to meet the needs of all learners. This is a great session for teachers as well as those leading teachers.

Speakers: Caroline Haebig


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Have you ever wondered about assistive technology resources and how they can benefit students’ learning experiences? If so, this session for you!  Participants will learn about free, AT statewide resources and learning opportunities, including the AT Forward Community of Practice, micro-credentials, Assistive Technology Lending Center, and Accessible Educational Materials (AEM).

Speakers: Stacy Duffy, Kathy White


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Intermediate 
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: SA, IC, DA, CI, LMS, GE

 

When learners are allowed to use the tools, they need when they need them, this can build momentum, expand access, and boost their comprehension! This session will focus on the literacy skill of close reading to support comprehension while incorporating technology specific tools (Tools for Learning – Text to Speech, Speech to Text and Word Prediction and annotation tools on the iPad) to increase access. Participants in this session will consider instructional strategies where all learners can find success and will explore examples of learning templates to support the practice of these highly inclusive strategies and tools.

Speakers: Laura Morris, Melissa Piette, Melanie Hansen


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Intermediate
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: SA, IC, DA, CI, TI, LMS, GE 

 

Coding in the classroom promotes the 4Cs (creativity, collaboration, critical thinking, and communication) and allows ideas to come to life. Through coding students are also able to demonstrate computational thinking skills as they develop and employ strategies for understanding and solving authentic problems. During this session, we will discuss where to get started and explore ways to enhance your learning environment with coding and computational thinking activities and tasks. This session will highlight specific web-based apps, iPad apps and robots that can be used to support this integration. Participants will walk away with sample lessons, resources, and classroom applications.

Speakers: Jennifer Schlie-Reed, Laurie Karolek


Grades: K-8
Experience Level: Intermediate 
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: IC, CI, TI, LMS, GE

 

How does your district define a successful graduate? What does your district use to measure the impact of its programming? The School District of Beloit Turners high school principal and district technology director led an initiative to create and use actionable data dashboards that measure the student body’s progress towards college and career readiness as defined by the Redefining Ready! National College and Career Readiness Indicators. This presentation will share the district’s creation process of the dashboards, key partners, observable outcomes in student readiness, an organizational tool to help districts facilitate their own process, and evidence of systemic school improvement.

Speakers: Mike Sindahl, Chris Koeppen


Grades: 9-12
Experience Level: Novice
Convention Track: LPD
Audience: SA, IC, DA, IT, CI, TE, GE

 

According to the US Bureau of Labor and Statistics “employment in computer and information technology occupations is projected to grow 13 percent from 2020 to 2030, faster than the average for all occupations.” Unfortunately, many school districts struggle to offer robust options for students who want to pursue these types of careers. Come learn how a small, rural school district without any certified staff in technology classes is working with a Wisconsin vendor to offer hands-on Chromebook repair training for students and how these students are also gaining access to valuable pathways in information technology beyond just their repair experience. It’s time to get creative for our students!

Speakers: Corey Jeffers, Tammy Gaertig


Grades: 9-12
Experience Level: Intermediate
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: SA, DA, IT, CI, LMS

 

Honor indigenous cultures with PBS multimedia collections: Molly of Denali as well as Wisconsin First Nations – The Ways. These resources provide the means to “teach culturally” rather than teach about culture, according to David O’Connor, Wisconsin First Nations Exemplar and American Indian Consultant at Wisconsin’s Department of Public Instruction. Each collection includes authentic perspectives regarding historical and contemporary indigenous people and their way of life by examining various forms of informational texts including maps, games, learning apps and historical documents.

Speakers: Jami Hoekstra Collins, Michael Hartwell 


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Intermediate
Convention Track: LPD
Audience: SA, IC, DA, CI, LMS, GE

 

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Bored with your professional development model? As a team passionate about personalization for students, we wanted to do the same for staff, so we changed our model from sit and get to one of autonomy. Learn how we have empowered teachers and staff through revolutionizing professional learning for the future.

Speakers: Carrie Mergen, Shawn Galvin, Mari Ruosch


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Novice
Convention Track: LPD
Audience: SA, IC, GE

 

This session will make explicit connections between the ISTE Student Standards and content standards such as Math, ELA, Social Studies, Science, and a bonus of SEL standards. During this session, we will share crosswalks to support the process of designing learning experiences that build aspiration and knowledge, skills, and understandings. Attendees will work in groups as we facilitate a crosswalk activity on spreadsheets in order to demonstrate that ISTE Student Standards are not additional requirements for teachers to meet, but with strategic and intentional curricular planning these standards are already being met by exceptional teachers everywhere.

Speakers: Frank Devereaux, Beth Clarke


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Intermediate
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: IC, IT, CI, TI, LMS, GE

 

Augmented reality (AR) lets students and teachers overlay information, visuals, and other content into the real world, providing new context and powerful connections to enhance learning and build understanding. Teachers can use AR apps in their existing lessons to turn a classroom into the cosmos, make a history lesson as vivid as the present, and let students peer inside everyday objects to understand how they’re put together. AR apps are powerful learning tools that boost engagement and motivation across subject areas. In this session, participants will explore a multitude of Creativity and Experiential Augmented Reality apps available for the iPad.

Speakers: Felecity Treptow


Grades: K-8
Experience Level: Intermediate
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: IC, CI, TI, LMS

 

This session will be dedicated to giving you all sorts of tips and tricks to maximize your use of your SMART board/panel. We will look at using the board with AND without a computer connection, Inking Ideas, and how you can utilize Lumio to bring your SMART lessons to your student screens if you are teaching in-person or remotely.

Speakers: Tricia Louis


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Intermediate
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: TI, GE 

8:15 - 9:15 | Wednesday

 

Augmented Reality allows for more immersive learning experiences AND more detailed and authentic demonstrations of learning. This session will demonstrate many AR apps for both elementary and secondary students. Come see how AR can be used for both consumption of content and creation of learning products.

Speakers: Joe Robinson, Jordan Braa, Angelique Anguiano


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Intermediate
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: SA, IC, DA, CI, TI, LMS

 

This generation is more aware of challenges today and interested in real solutions. InnerView is a free program that helps introduce actionable paths that serve local community needs and progress for the Global Goals. This amazing program allows students to focus on the 17 sustainable development goals. As a school community, you get curated social media graphic featuring your school’s students with information they have authorized to share. There is also a dashboard to track and maintain community service projects.  At the end of the year, a student’s community service is summarized and highlighted on a certificate aligned to the global goals they have pursued.

Speakers: Rita Mortenson


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Novice
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: SA, IC, IT, CI, TI, LMS, GE

 

According to DPI’s information tech literacy standards, our students are exposed to an enormous amount of information and digital resources, and teachers need to prepare them to be creative communicators in order to share their learning clearly using appropriate platforms. However, adding on technology standards can be overwhelming to the already extensive list of content standards. This session will share how digital tools (when integrated intentionally) can help students show proficiency in ELA, SS, & ITL standard areas simultaneously. Engaging resources for digital storytelling, infographics, presentation, web design and more will be presented.

Speakers: Frank Devereaux, Kim Stieber-White


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Intermediate 
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: IC, CI, TI, LMS, GE

 

In partnership with Providence/St. Joseph Health and the Well Being Trust, #ICANHELP has created a mental health workshop and tool kit that will help teachers and students engage in meaningful conversations around mental health and wellness. This Digital Wellness Workshop gives teachers and student leaders the training and resources they need to teach others about positive online behavior, mental health awareness, and coping strategies that contribute to a healthy, positive learning environment.

Speakers: Kim Karr (Keynote Speaker)


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Did you know that TikTok’s bite-sized video content can help educators deliver key academic concepts while their students learn anytime, anywhere? Join Naomi Harm as she shares innovative teaching strategies for using the TikTok video platform to design and deliver bite-sized micro-lessons that can help you connect with your students and make an instant learning impact. Participants will also have an opportunity to create their own personalized learning experience that they can immediately use with their students.

Speakers: Naomi Harm


Grades: K-12
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Cybersecurity in K-12 is changing rapidly, and cyber incidents in Wisconsin schools are increasing. All districts have valuable data and infrastructure to protect, yet there is no single solution that will protect districts from a potentially harrowing cyber event. Hitting the moving target in Cyber requires a flexible plan that moves like the target. Hear from two different districts on opposite sides of the state and learn about eleven components that will help you build a strong cybersecurity plan. Participants will receive a cybersecurity plan template they can use to get started on building a new plan or contributing to an existing plan.

Speakers: Corey Jeffers


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Novice 
Convention Track: LPD
Audience: SA, DA, IT, CI

 

Get ready to get comfortable with the uncomfortable.  Discover your own hidden biases, learn from your personal experiences, and take action through the power of storytelling. You will leave with the ability to promote awareness of social justice for and bring equity to your community. Participants will collaboratively and explore deeper learning through a PBL experience. You will engage in conversation with a panel of student experts, be empowered to create an authentic product which tells your story, experience critique and revision through peer feedback protocols, reflect on your growth and understanding, and go public with your story through publishing a podcast episode.

Speakers: Kory Schaefer, Elizabeth O’Connor 


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Intermediate
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: SA, IC, CI, TI, GE      

 

From Adobe Spark to Zearn the internet is overflowing with digital tools promising to improve teacher workflow and increase student engagement. If you are looking for new creative tools to bring into classrooms this is NOT the session for you. Instead, we will guide you through a digital spring cleaning by sharing our process to evaluate existing tools and choose the best option to create a small but powerful digital toolbox for your classroom or district. In addition to analyzing the instructional benefits of a tool, we’ll also take a practical look at the privacy policy to make sure our students are learning in a secure digital environment.

Speakers: Rebekah Cveykus, Reggie Smith 


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Novice
Convention Track: DATL
Audience:IC, IT, CI, TI, LMS, GE

 

Empowered learning is the best practice in today’s world, and it’s what students need to prepare for the jobs and fields that are yet to be invented! When we promote innovation and risk-taking, we are giving students life skills to figure out what they can do for themselves. In this session, you will explore and walk away with student-tested resources that not only work in all learning environments but also empower students to do the impossible. Resources will include the newest tools to create an Empowered Learning environment in your classroom. Whether you are online (synchronous or asynchronous) or face to face, this session is for you. I will share lessons, formative, and summative assessments.

Speakers: Aggie Salter


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Intermediate
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: SA IC, DA, IT, CI, TI, LMS, GE

 

Change starts with a lot of questions. How do we shift culture? How do we help support teachers with Edtech tools? How can we support our highflyer teachers to make an impact on student achievement? DCE 20/20 is a program designed to help form a community of teachers who are committed to creating engaging learning opportunities for their students, continue to grow in their profession, and extend their reach within their school buildings and beyond. We provide monthly coaching to each of our DCE 20/20 members, they share their learning and experiences with colleagues and their schools. We have watched a new community form on our campus. We will share our three-year plan and resources.

Speakers: Tammy Trzebiatowski, Felecity Treptow


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Novice
Convention Track: LPD
Audience: SA, IC, TI

 

This session will look at best practices for improving security in your environment. Since HASD just weathered a cyber-attack, we will share what we experienced and what changes we made to further improve our security. We will cover as many topics as time allows, with a focus on account management, software and hardware updates, information lifecycles, and email hygiene. We will also provide resources and recommendations that can help convince administration to take action. Security is a never-ending task, and this session will help ensure that you don’t fall behind.

Speakers: Ben Dumke


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Tech Professional
Convention Track: LPD
Audience: SA, DA, IT

 

In this session, participants will learn how to integrate technology in a purposeful way without added hours of professional development. A leadership team will share their experiences on how they made actionable steps to achieve their vision of anytime, anywhere learning. During the first year of a 1:1 iPad rollout, this team embedded coaching and co teaching experiences, calibration walks, collaborative teams, and stakeholder involvement to lead technology integration. Join the team as they discuss their setbacks and successes as they continue to lead post-pandemic.

Speakers: Carrie Mergen, Shawn Galvin, Mari Ruosch


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Novice
Convention Track: LPD
Audience: SA, IC, DA, GE

 

Join Jessica Brogley and the pre-service teachers from the School of Education at the University of Wisconsin – Platteville for a jam-packed, interactive session that will leave you with lots of ideas and resources that you can use in the classroom right away! Our pre-service teachers have spent considerable time becoming well-versed, some even certified, in multiple tools. When you come to our session, you’ll be able to rotate around the room, like a playground, interacting with the speakers and testing out the technology. You’ll snag a lot of learning all in one session!

Speakers: Jessica Brogley


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Novice
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: SA, IC, CI, TI, LMS, GE

 

This session will explore Google Arts and Culture. This site is so much more than pursing artwork. Within this site, we will delve into the myriad of resources available. Travel around the world from your classroom.  Go back in time to understand the culture. Create music from around the world.  Find a pet in the art world, that matches your pet. This site can be used with students of all ages. You can go dive deep or wade in shallow water.  This session is good not only for art teachers, but history, geography teachers as well. We will see what an amazing site is available and ideas on how to implement it.

Speakers: Cathy Houchin


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Novice 
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: GE

 

Every child brings their own experiences and knowledge to the community…let’s cultivate this genius. Join us as we share Dr. Gholdy Muhammad’s culturally and historically sustaining literacy framework that invites instructional design to include identity, skills, intellectualism, criticality, and joy. We will share an inclusive learning template that integrates technology models with Muhammad’s model. We will also share a tool to help evaluate bias within curricular and technology resources. This will be a session you will not want to miss!!

Speakers: Beth Clarke, Tamara Mouw, Mark Schwingle, Iam We


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Novice 
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: SA, IC, DA, IT, CI, TI, LMS, GE

 

This session is designed to showcase all the ways an educator can keep kids engaged and connected utilizing the classroom app called Seesaw. This would include spelling activities, writing piece showcases, interactive assignment notebooks, interactive science journals, and more!

Speakers: Emily Barber, Kathryn Berg


Grades: K-6
Experience Level: Intermediate
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: IC, CI, TI, GE 

 

Creating connections and a sense of belonging for students has never been more important. Advances in technology have created an increased access to peer connection. However, the same resource can also create barriers and promote feelings of isolation. Therefore, teachers must get creative as they adjust old classroom tips and tricks to make authentic and engaging connections in a virtual education classroom.

In this session, we will examine the importance while providing examples and resources.

 

Grades: K-8
Experience Level: Intermediate
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: IC, CI, TI, GE

 

Project based, standards aligned, student led learning transformed my Title 1 8th grade science classroom into a personalized learning environment for every student and increased curricular engagement by 45%. Leveraging technology with effective instructional strategies connected families to my classroom, took on Covid transitions in stride, and allowed me optimal work/home balance!

Speaker: Lisa Graf
 

Grades: 6-8
Experience Level: Novice
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: IC, CI, TI, LMS, GE

 

Jenny Kalvaitis and Kristen Whitson, authors of We Will Always Be Here: A Guide for Exploring and Understanding LGBTQ+ Activism in Wisconsin partner with PBS Wisconsin to showcase multimedia teacher materials and primary sources; including diary entries, love letters, zines, advertisements, and oral histories to integrate inclusive instructional practices. The LGBTQ+ people, allies, and activists featured in these free resources changed the world by taking steps that young people can take today: educating themselves, telling their stories, being true to themselves, building communities and getting active. This session shares materials to empower educators and students to make positive change.

Speakers: Jami Hoekstra Collins, Michael Hartwell, Jenny Kalvaitis, Kristen Whitson 


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Novice
Convention Track: LPD
Audience: SA, IC, DA, IT, CI, LMS, GE 

 

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In this session, participants will learn how to transform their classroom environment into an engaging, fun, and exciting atmosphere where curriculum comes to life through PBL experiences that incorporate technology and personalized learning. See how one teacher has gathered, vetted, and customized activities to increase student engagement. Participants will leave this session with ideas and materials to transform their environment next week!

Speakers: Allie Arnold


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Novice
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: SA, IC, GE

 

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FERPA does not have to be a scary acronym, but there are some basics we all should know. Join the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction as we present from multiple viewpoints and go on a journey of a student’s data exploring all the opportunities to secure and or lose student data and what can happen if data is exposed.  Additionally, we will shine a light on some good FERPA knowledge points and offer some collaboration time to ask your FERPA questions.

Speakers: Edward Snow, Monica Treptow


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Novice
Convention Track: LPD
Audience: IC, IT, CI, TI, LMS, GE

 

Wisconsin experienced a transformative shift in learning as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Come join this roundtable discussion to understand how innovation and flexible learning options will shape the future of learning centered school design and future ready student skills. Participants will have access to key student resources, district planning, and professional learning goals as well as data and trends guiding leadership decisions. Digital Learning + innovative Instructional Design = Tomorrow’s Equitable Practices

Speakers: Janice Mertes, Chad Kliefoth


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Advanced
Convention Track: LPD
Audience: SA, IC, DA, IT, CI, TI, LMS

9:30 - 10:30 | Wednesday

 

In light of recent events, how do we empower all learners and prepare them for a rapidly changing world? Now more than ever, technology affects the way we live, the way the world works, and the kind of skills people need to thrive. Technology also presents unique opportunities for learning. Join us as we share four design principles that can be driving the future of learning.

Speakers: Joe Robinson, Jordan Braa, Angelique Anguiano


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Intermediate
Convention Track: LPD
Audience: SA, IC, DA, CI, TI, LMS

 

We can’t compete, don’t try, adapt! We are closing in on the 18th anniversary of Youtube. That fact should not be wasted. Today’s students have NEVER known the world without online content sharing. With Snapchat and TikTok, the battle for their attention has never been fiercer. We will look at digital content creation history to better understand the allure kids face today. Then we dive into strategies and tools to create and utilize content to increase student engagement. Lastly, we look at lesson and assessment creation across multiple platforms and content areas. Tools and platforms covered include, but not limited to: Classroom, Loom, WeVideo/Kinemaster/iMovie, Flipgrid, and YouTube.

Speakers: Brandon Berrey


Grades: 9-12
Experience Level: Intermediate
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: IC, CI, TI LMS, GE

 

Canva is all the craze if you are looking for endless, easy, free design possibilities. Worksheets – a snap!  Social media posts – ba bam! Ideas for your classroom – yup. Canva is an incredible app and website that allows you to do all this and so much more. In addition to the thousands of free templates, graphics, fonts, audio files and worksheets, all educators can upgrade FOR FREE and get the Canva Edu account. This gives you access to thousands of additional features such as classkits, worksheets, the ability to create classes and even upload your school logo and colors. There is so much to explore for all grade levels.

Speakers: Rita Mortenson


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Novice
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: IC, IT, CI, TIM LMS, GE

 

Many educational leaders have varying opinions on how to effectively implement STEAM Projects into engaging and manageable makerspaces that span the K-8 grade levels. This concurrent will target accessibility, inclusivity, and equity using a Universal by Design approach to planning activities in makerspaces. Ideas will center on celebrating designers, inventors, and thinkers from diverse cultures. STEAM projects will look at integrating cultural awareness and pride in one’s heritage. Many of the ideas in this session will be geared for library media specialists, educational technology specialists, and even creative classroom teachers. Loaded with tangible ideas to implement right away!

Speakers: Frank Devereaux


Grades: K-8
Experience Level: Intermediate
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: IT, CI, TI, LMS, GE

 

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Research shows that children’s brains are being rewired by constant interaction with technology, prompting educators to change their methods of instruction to reach young digital natives, known as our Generation Alpha and Gen Now students. Join Naomi Harm as she shares strategies to address changes in students’ attention systems, memory networks, cognitive processes, and social skills. You will also walk away with a variety of tools and resources to incorporate into your lessons that will keep students motivated to learn.

Speakers: Naomi Harm


Grades: K-6
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This presentation will demonstrate a variety of low-barrier-of-entry programming tools and resources, focusing on Scratch. I will introduce CSFirst, Scratch projects from the Raspberry Pi foundation, and other resources that teachers without a programming background can easily implement.

Speakers: Rob Granger


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Novice
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: TI, GE    

 

From pre-pandemic, pandemic to post pandemic, have you given serious thought to the learning your students have done over the past 3 years? In this session we will focus on the type of learning that should be digital, and the type of learning that should remain “offline”. This session will take a look at the types of resources, activities, and assessments that should be added to a learning management system and when it shouldn’t be. We will provide the participants a framework for a digital audit of classroom resources.

Speaker: Reggie Smith, Rebekah Cveykus


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Intermediate
Convention Track: DATL
Audience:IC, IT, CI, TI, LMS, GE          

 

Computer science, Library, and Classroom!  Empower the next generation with CS and essential creative skills using Nearpod. Explore the library of thousands of culturally responsive, engaging, relevant, and meaningful ready-to-use students-tested and approved lessons!  Learn how to transform your lessons with virtual field trips, VR, gamification, discussion boards, PhET Interactive Simulations, Flipgrid, formative assessment, etc.  The NEARPOD curriculum also includes rich SEL and ESL content that is easy to implement.

Speakers: Aggie Salter


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Intermediate
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: SA, IC, DA, IT, CI, TI, LMS, GE  

 

Learning with the iPad can help make musical access possible for learners. Switch Control, GarageBand, and a tactile music interface called the Skoog can support learners in all levels of musical interest and ability! Learn from Apple Distinguished Educators as we share stories of access around music instruction for all learners. We will explore classroom supports and organizational structures to provide all learners with meaningful exploration and learning surrounding music. This hands-on session is sure to have you tapping a beat! Everyone loves music!

Speakers: Tammy Trzebiatowski, Melissa Piette 


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Novice
Convention Track: DATL 
Audience: IC, CI, TI, LMS, GE

 

Technology is important in students’ futures, whether it be unplugged programming, AI, or coding. We will examine how students use computational thinking and code with online programs to identify curricular relationships. This session will focus on various mathematical concepts such as slope and equivalency that promote questioning and trial and error. Time for participants to demo the tools and robots will be made available. This session will teach the necessary skills for jobs that may not exist.

Speakers: Carol Dobke, Kathleen Stephany


Grades: 6-8
Experience Level: Intermediate
Convention Track: DATL 
Audience: IC, TI, GE

 

How do you build a team and a culture within your school that fosters growth and build capacity, rather than dependency on one or two individuals? Within the last five years, we have been able to create and establish a process that empowers a wide range of stakeholders to become teacher leaders. Through a two year term, these team members learn and grow together to become recognized leaders in the building, long after their terms on the team are completed. There are many different ways to build and maintain technology committee at your school or district. This session will focus on building a strong Future Ready Team at the school level.

Speakers: Pattie MoralesAbigail Steiner, Beth Stawski, Amy Meyer


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Intermediate
Convention Track: LPD
Audience: SA, IC, TI, LMS, GE

 

Join Jessica as she takes you through the creation of the nationally-known podcast, the Proud Rural Teacher. She’ll explain the value in telling digital stories through podcasting, a logical workflow, and how the tool Soundtrap has made it easier. You’ll even have the opportunity to do a little recording yourself! You’ll be able to take these ideas back to your school to share with others in the district, apply yourself, or turn over to students – any way you look at it, it’ll be a win!

Speakers: Jessica Brogley


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Intermediate
Convention Track: LPD
Audience: SA, IC, DA, CI, TI, LMS, GE

 

This presentation will explore the Chrome Music Lab. We will take a deep dive into how these online musical experiments will not only teach music, but also strengthen math, science, and art skills. Hands on learning is always a favorite in the classroom. Students of all learning types enjoy using the chrome lab. It will help stimulate creativity and enthusiasm. 

In this session we also will probe into the sites with our own hands-on learning.  Though analyzing and discussion the participants can view how this site can enhance their classroom.

Speakers: Cathy Houchin


Grades: K-6
Experience Level: Novice
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: GE  

 

We all had to infuse technology in a very fast and incredible way in our schools during covid. Now, let’s step back and see what is working and where we may have opportunities of growth. ISTE provides guideposts (standards and criteria) that support students, educators, coaches, and leaders. We will dig into the why, where, what, and how you can amplify your practice by learning, implementing, and reflecting on these fabulous resources.  You will leave with a fresh plan on how technology can be leveraged in a meaningful way no matter what position you hold!

Speakers: Beth Clarke


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Intermediate
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: SA, IC, DA, IT, CI, TI, LMS, GE       

 

According to Common Sense Media, teens spent an average of nine hours a day online even before the pandemic. As a result, media literacy is an increasingly important tool for our students. In this workshop, you will uncover free, standards-based resources to teach your students in grades 3-12 to become media literate citizens. You will learn how to equip students with the skills to critically analyze media, evaluate online sources and more by gaining access to many resources, including PBS LearningMedia, KQED Teach, Story-Maker.org and the PBS Media Literacy Certified Educator program.

Speakers: Nick Ostrem


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Intermediate
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: CI, TI, LMS, GE

 

In this session we will explore all the different ways that technology can facilitate the enjoyment of reading and creating books in your classroom. Apps/sites that will be shared are Novel Effect, Noisy Books, Toniebox, Vooks, Book Creator (App/Site), Canva for Education, Google/Apple tools.

Speakers: Tricia Louis


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Intermediate  
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: CI, TI, LMS, GE

 

Milwaukee Public Schools created an annual roadmap for student generated digital stories culminating in a Media Arts Showcase. The process includes building staff capacity through professional development and coaching around digital tools and elements of effective digital storytelling; suggested timelines for classroom implementation and student project submissions; event partnerships and marketing.

Speakers: Shanna O’Connor, Todd Hartwig


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Intermediate 
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: IC, CI, TI, LMS, GE

 

Learn how to provide a platform for students to share their opinions, their voices, and their passions through podcasting. If you’re looking for ways to incorporate technology, engage students in the learning process, and assess their understanding of content knowledge, check out this session! By leading students through this process, they are learning how to synthesize information, engage an audience, and edit audio. Podcasts have become popular in recent years, and even more so during the pandemic. Students love creating relevant media and this is a wonderful way to do just that alongside teaching other critical 21st century skills.

Speakers: Teresa Cypert, Chad Lehman


Grades: K-8
Experience Level: Intermediate 
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: IC, CI, TI, LMS, GE   

 

We are becoming increasingly aware that inequities are inadvertently built into many K-12 educational systems. The data resulting from an equity audit can lead to the interruption of opportunity gaps and liberatory redesign. Perhaps overlooked is the importance of evaluating our catalog of district-sanctioned digital tools and online curricula, purposes for use, and the manner in which students gain access. Consider what questions we need to explore in determining whether our district equity beliefs align with the opportunities ALL students deserve to access deep and relevant learning at grade level, no matter what the achievement data and learner labels placed upon them appear to indicate.

Speakers: Kim Stieber-White


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Intermediate 
Convention Track: LPD
Audience: SA, IC, DA, IT, CI, TI

 

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There is never enough time in the workday. Working in an era where precious moments are whisked away, educators need to make every second count. But what if technology could help you streamline tasks to make teaching more efficient? Our session will share how using digital tools has helped our workflow, routines, assessments, planning, and instruction be more efficient. We will include Google tips, LMS strategies, management efficiencies, planning, and time-saving assessment ideas. Increase your efficiency as a professional, while also increasing productivity by keeping the focus on students and more time for your personal life!

Speakers: Valerie Verhunce, Angie Hall, Christine Shelsta


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Novice
Convention Track: DATL
Audience: IC, GE

 

The American Library Association (ALA) tracked 1,597 book challenges to libraries, schools, and universities in 2021, the highest number of attempted book bans in 20 years. With a climate where the question is more likely “when” than “if” your district will face a book challenge, what can you do to prepare? This session explores which board policies and procedures are related and the details to review, preventing unexpected situations from causing panic. The session also provides tangible explanations for why practicing implementing the policies and procedures is a valuable part of ensuring your district libraries support the academic, social emotional, and personal interests of all students.

Speakers: Monica Treptow


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Novice
Convention Track: LPD
Audience: SA, DA, LMS

 

C​​ome to this interactive audience session to find out about the latest DPI and state digital learning updates connected to the revised Wisconsin Digital Learning Plan and Future Ready programming. Collaborative leadership teams are encouraged to attend to connect to your district vision for the college and career future ready student. Wisconsin Digital Learning Plan district, building, and classroom level resources will be released at this session.

Speakers: Janice Mertes and Chad Kliefoth


Grades: K-12
Experience Level: Intermediate 
Convention Track: LPD
Audience: SA, IC, DA, IT, CI, TI

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