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Saturday, March 3
 

12:55pm

Session F: Coding, Robots, and Your Classroom
Thinking of adding coding to your curriculum, but afraid to take the leap?  Learn ways to integrate coding in any subject, across any grade level.  You will walk away from this session with lessons and ideas about how you can integrate coding on any device and with robots such as Sphero and Wonder Workshop.   

Speakers
avatar for Laurie Guyon

Laurie Guyon

Integration Specialist, Schuylerville CSD
Laurie Guyon is an Integration Specialist for Schuylerville Central Schools in New York. She is a Google Educator, Apple Teacher, Flipgrid Educator, Buncee Ambassador, Seesaw Ambassador, Nearpod Educator and PioNear, Sphero Hero, EdTechTeam Teacher Leader and Blogger, Tynker Blu... Read More →


Saturday March 3, 2018 12:55pm - 1:55pm
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12:55pm

Session F: Getting the most out of Google Forms
Google Forms can be used to collect data and even present or assess information. Find out all of the latest features of Google Forms.

Speakers
avatar for Stacey Lazarus

Stacey Lazarus

Integrating Instructional Technology Specialist, The Lazarus Group
Know for problem-solving instructional issues and finding the right application to use


Saturday March 3, 2018 12:55pm - 1:55pm
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12:55pm

Session F: Google Tour Builder: Making Real Connections Across All Subjects
Learning has never been more engaging!  Google Tour Builder is an amazing tool that allows students to create virtual tours using Google Earth.  Students can pick locations on Google Earth ,then add images, descriptions, video, and hyperlinks.  Tour builder can be a powerful application in all subject areas and grades. 

Speakers
avatar for Mallack Walsh

Mallack Walsh

Founder & Education Coach, NY, EdTechnology Specialists
Mallack Walsh, founder of Ed Technology Specialists, is an enthusiastic veteran educator with a passion for teaching and technology. After receiving a dual degree from Boston College he began working as a teacher at Comsewogue School District in 2003. While there, he became heavi... Read More →


Saturday March 3, 2018 12:55pm - 1:55pm
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12:55pm

Session F: Makerspace playground
Saturday March 3, 2018 12:55pm - 1:55pm
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12:55pm

Session F: Opening the Doors to your Classroom with ClassDojo: Student Portfolios
"From classroom management, to student engagement, to parent communication, ClassDojo can help you create a positive classroom community that will make this school year your best year yet. ...and it’s free :)
In this session, teachers will learn how to use ClassDojo to keep in touch with parents easily, without sharing any personal information. Teachers will learn how to message parents on ClassDojo, post photos to Class Story, and set “quiet hours”. Parents can also translate posts into their native language, cutting across language barriers!

Speakers
avatar for Kristen Magyar

Kristen Magyar

STREAM Teacher PreK-Grade 5, Highland Falls Fort Montgomery Central School District


Saturday March 3, 2018 12:55pm - 1:55pm
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12:55pm

Session F: Who is responsible for protecting student data? It's You!
Do you know where your student and teacher data are? Do you know who is responsible for the data in your district? Do you know what to do and what not to do when it comes to utilizing student data in educational software programs? Join us and learn how the 12 Regional Information Centers in New York have come together to offer a family of services to address district's data integration and login needs while maintaining the privacy and security of district data.

Speakers
MR

Madalyn Romano

Manager, Customer Relations, LHRIC / RIC One


Saturday March 3, 2018 12:55pm - 1:55pm
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12:55pm

Session F:Elementary Project Based Learning & STEAM
Project Based Learning, with STEAM integration, organizes curriculum and instruction around authentic student questions to ensure concepts and skills are acquired within real-world contexts. This methodology encourages students to pursue inquiries and solve problems that are relevant to the world in which they live by building skills in critical thinking, collaboration, communication and creativity. The integration of mathematics, science, and engineering integrated with digital literacy and art, assists students in developing and utilizing 21st century learning skills. Through Project Based Learning, a teaching method in which students authentically gain knowledge and skills by working for an extended period of time to investigate and respond to an engaging and complex question, problem, or challenge; as well as integrating technology, students complete STEAM projects over the course of approximately six to eight weeks. During this workshop, presenters will model the process of planning a project based learning unit for participants to replicate in their classrooms.

Speakers
KZ

Kathryn Zingaro

Teacher, P.S. 376
Grade 3 Gifted & Talented Teacher at P.S. 376 School of Technology and Showcase School for NYC DOE.


Saturday March 3, 2018 12:55pm - 1:55pm
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