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Skill Level: Intermediate [clear filter]
Saturday, October 26
 

8:45am

"How to Get More With Less" How to create a digitally rich environment using collaborative stations. RM 212Unikia Monroe Baby's Got (Feed)Back! Using GSuite for Personalized Student Feedback RM 216Heather D. Sanders CollabGeneration RM 2701 (Upstairs)Rachel Lamb • Steven Lamb Formulas, the missing part when analyzing data RM 315Ricardo Pequeno IEP Hyperdocs - Meeting the Needs of All Learners RM 302Jen Quinton Pathways through Schoology RM 615Stacy Alexander • Shantel Lott • Tiffany Keiser STEAM Up the Learning! RM 405 (Choir Room)Shelly Sanchez Terrell Students CAN Lead RM 407Tisha Poncio Using Technology to help our Special Needs Students. Level 1 RM 802Robert MacNeill • Heather MacNeill Virtual Throwdown: Google Classroom vs. Schoology RM 310Christopher Martinez • Alyssa Amshoff #StopMotionSlides RM A651Jake Miller Beyond Passing the Rate: Using Eduphoria to Target Reteaching and Intervention RM 809Natalie Dargatz Check Your Form! RM 619Diana Sullivan Find the height of a flag-poll using your phone and Trig RM 819Robert Hanchett • Jennifer Boyd Flipping with Pear Deck RM 704Robin Tatmon Google Classroom not just for the classroom but for flipped professional developments too! RM 804Michael McNeil • Demina Nickerson Google Tips and Tools to Try Tomorrow RM 903Courtney Watson Ozobots DRIVE Excitement in Programming! RM 813Betty Bouley • Janice Felton The Future of Balanced Learning RM 2621 (Upstairs)Adrian Decker • Millie Blackwell The Most Engaging Math Platform in the World - Introduction to Prodigy RM 2305 (Upstairs)Kayla Caswell

9:45am

"How to Get More With Less" How to create a digitally rich environment using collaborative stations. RM 212Unikia Monroe Baby's Got (Feed)Back! Using GSuite for Personalized Student Feedback RM 216Heather D. Sanders Curators of Creative Communication RM 2701 (Upstairs)Rachel Lamb • Steven Lamb Formulas, the missing part when analyzing data RM 315Ricardo Pequeno IEP Hyperdocs - Meeting the Needs of All Learners RM 302Jen Quinton Level Up PD with Technology RM 622Lisa Mason-Hollins • Shawnte Chatman Nearpod Beyond the Classroom RM 2209 (Upstairs)Stephanie Knight • Rebecca Jahr STEAM Up the Learning! RM 405 (Choir Room)Shelly Sanchez Terrell Students CAN Lead RM 407Tisha Poncio The Struggles of Teaching in the Age of iPads and eSports The Black Box Theater (500 Hallway)Brian Romero Smith Using Technology to help our Special Needs Students. Level 2 RM 802Robert MacNeill • Heather MacNeill #StopMotionSlides RM A651Jake Miller Beyond Passing the Rate: Using Eduphoria to Target Reteaching and Intervention RM 809Natalie Dargatz Engage, Motivate, & Differentiate with Prodigy Math RM 2303 (Upstairs)Alicia Lewis Fast Hacks Using Google for Productivity RM 716Desiree Alexander Flipping with Pear Deck RM 704Robin Tatmon Google Classroom- New Tools and Ideas for Organizing your Classes! RM 804Michael McNeil • Demina Nickerson Google Tips and Tools to Try Tomorrow RM 903Courtney Watson Ol' School Teaching Using New School Tools RM 708Wilkie Law III Perfecting Playlists in Schoology RM 2623 (Upstairs)Kati Layton The Future of Balanced Learning RM 2621 (Upstairs)Adrian Decker • Millie Blackwell The Most Engaging Math Platform in the World - Introduction to Prodigy RM 2305 (Upstairs)Kayla Caswell Uncovering Mathematical Thinking With FlipGrid RM 2307 (Upstairs)Michelle Williams

10:45am

12:45pm

1:45pm

 


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