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Wednesday, July 20
 

9:15am EDT

Keynote | Matt Miller | The Art and Science of Memorable Teaching
The world is changing quickly. The work world demands more and more. How can we prepare students for it? And can we do it in a way that honors our unique, true selves as teachers? Using classroom stories, vision and surprises at every turn, Matt Miller shows how teaching is a craft -- part art and part science. With a little perspective and confidence, we can take great strides toward the classroom of our dreams. You’ll leave this speech entertained, equipped and inspired to create memorable learning that changes students’ lives.

Speakers

Wednesday July 20, 2022 9:15am - 10:15am EDT
Civic Hall

10:30am EDT

Comprehension Intervention That WORKS!
Limited Capacity filling up

Discover why I WILL NOT teach reading without Read Theory, the absolute best comprehension intervention tool I’ve used with students in over 30 years of teaching. The best part - the free version is all you need! I’ll walk you through exactly how I use the free version of this tool to empower students to increase their comprehension skills in a way that easily transfers to anything they are reading. There will be time for you to get accounts set up too. You will have plenty of time to explore Read Theory for yourself and start setting up how you will use it. PS: I am not affiliated with Read Theory, and get no compensation from them. I simply LOVE sharing things that work!

Speakers
avatar for Kara Guiff

Kara Guiff

Founder and Lead Trainer: Guiff Goodies for Education, M S D Wabash County Schools
Kara is an innovative special education teacher with over 30 years of experience in K-12 education, as well as the founder and lead trainer for Guiff Goodies For Education. She has been a resource teacher, interventionist, and co-teacher in general education classrooms and is currently... Read More →


Wednesday July 20, 2022 10:30am - 11:15am EDT
R161

10:30am EDT

"Keep"ing It Together - Putting Google Keep To Work For You
Limited Capacity filling up

This session will introduce Google Keep and the many ways teachers and students can put it to use both in and out of the classroom. Session attendees will be given tasks and challenges using Keep (and the integration with Docs and Slides). Upon leaving the session participants will have a new tool to keep them organized!

Speakers

Wednesday July 20, 2022 10:30am - 11:15am EDT
C205

10:30am EDT

8 Techy Ways to Make Class UNFORGETTABLE
Limited Capacity full
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If class is forgettable, how do we expect students to learn? In Matt Miller's book, Tech Like a Pirate, he shares 8 ways to make class a memorable learning experience with tech. You'll leave with concrete ideas to use right away -- and a process for coming up with your own. Engage your students. Supercharge learning. And enjoy the process!

Speakers

Wednesday July 20, 2022 10:30am - 11:15am EDT
RHS Conference Room/C 112

10:30am EDT

Digital Drama: Preparing for Technology Related Incidents
Limited Capacity seats available

The ICAC Task Force in partnership with the Internet Keep Safe Coalition (iKeepSafe) understand that Technology and the Internet have become indispensable educational tools. However, educators know that our digital world is filled with risks and dangers. This Readiness and Response tool offers suggestions to help you prepare for technology-related incidents in your school, respond quickly and appropriately when they happen. This workshop will demonstrate how you can use the Incident Response tool.

Speakers

Wednesday July 20, 2022 10:30am - 11:15am EDT
R165
  Hybrid (some instruction some hands on)

10:30am EDT

Digital Quality > Quantity
Limited Capacity seats available

The purpose of this session is to start a conversation about Digital Quality over Quantity. Whether virtual learning due to COVID, inclement weather or simply being 1:1 with devices, teachers are sending out digital content daily to students. At what point though is it too much and just busy work? This PD will provide insight on student, parent and teacher perspectives as well as, provide strategies to establish balance for all stakeholders whether we are in a pandemic or not.

Speakers
avatar for Nadine Gilkison

Nadine Gilkison

District Tech Integration Supervisor, Franklin Township Schools
I have been a District Technology Integration Specialist for 8 years in Franklin Township Schools and also served as an Innovation Specialist for the Office of eLearning/IDOE under Candice Dodson. I am a Google Certified Innovator, part of cohort NYC#19, with a project focus on #dyslexicmindset... Read More →


Wednesday July 20, 2022 10:30am - 11:15am EDT
C206

10:30am EDT

Failure IS an option
Limited Capacity seats available

Using picture books and creative activities, you can make your classroom a safe place for students to understand that failure is a part of the creative process, and that we can learn and grow from our "mistakes." Creating a culture of success from failure at the beginning of the curriculum will lead to less stress and fewer meltdowns as the year progresses.

Speakers

Wednesday July 20, 2022 10:30am - 11:15am EDT
R169
  Hybrid (some instruction some hands on)

10:30am EDT

Help, My Math Students are Bored! Active vs. Passive Learning
Limited Capacity seats available

Help, My Math Students are Bored! What does active learning look like? We know that technology alone isn't the answer. Many educators use a variety of EdTech programs in their class that "check the boxes" (adaptive, personalized, standards, etc), but are the students truly active participants in their learning? Come learn about how ST Math uses the brain's perception-action cycle to allow students to be active learners of math. Be prepared to solve puzzles and be challenged!

Speakers
avatar for Brian Coffey

Brian Coffey

Senior Academic Director, Univ/Agency/Other
Brian Coffey is a Senior Academic Director at MIND Research Institute, and has served as a principal of elementary and middle schools, as well as a STEM instructional coach, in the Columbus, Ohio area. Brian aims to expand the reach and impact of innovative education that engages... Read More →
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Anthony Galardi

Education Partnership Manager, MIND Research Institute


Wednesday July 20, 2022 10:30am - 11:15am EDT
C215

10:30am EDT

Let's Give Students Some FREE Time!
Limited Capacity seats available

In this session, participants will learn about FREE time (Future Ready Education and Experiences), which creates innovative, exciting, and standards-aligned opportunities for students to be introduced and experience 21st Century skills training,  technologies, and career opportunities that just might shape their future trajectories! We will learn about and explore a variety of resources that you can introduce into your classroom so that you can create FREE time for your students as well!

Speakers
avatar for Kevin Schamel

Kevin Schamel

Program Director, The STARTedUP Foundation


Wednesday July 20, 2022 10:30am - 11:15am EDT
C213
  Hybrid (some instruction some hands on)

10:30am EDT

Promethean Solutions / Classroom Technology
Limited Capacity seats available

Looking to enhance your classroom technology? Come and see what is new in the Promethean world including whiteboarding and screen sharing.

Speakers
avatar for Sheila Wolsker

Sheila Wolsker

Education Consultant, Promethean
Sheila Wolsker, a former teacher of 10 years, is the Promethean Education Consultant for Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana.  She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education with minors in Language Arts and Social Studies.  Sheila also has a Master’s Degree in Literacy.   At Promethean... Read More →
avatar for Promethean

Promethean

Territory Sales Manager, Promethean
Promethean is a leading education technology company working to transform the way the world learns and collaborates. From our founding in Blackburn, England, almost 25 years ago to our global operations in 22 countries today, we’ve continued to explore, innovate, and inspire—designing... Read More →


Wednesday July 20, 2022 10:30am - 11:15am EDT
R166

10:30am EDT

Top 10 Reasons to Use Canva
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

Canva is not just a tool but an entire toolbox that you can use with your students in the classroom. Come and join us to learn the top 10 reasons why we love Canva! The possibilities are endless from brochures, worksheets, presentations, videos, buttons, infographics, and more! And now it isn't just for educators to create but for your students to create too! In this session, we will give you a look at 10 of our favorite tools in Canva and start you down a path to find your own top 10 reasons to use Canva starting today!

Speakers
avatar for Jenna Eastham

Jenna Eastham

Technology Integration Specialist, Liberty-Perry School Corporation
I am the Technology Integration Specialist for Liberty-Perry Schools, which is 1:1 iPads in grades K -12. Prior to this position, I taught Math at the middle school level while also being a building technology coach. I am a Google Certified Trainer, a Canvas Advocate, a member of... Read More →
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Jamie Qualls

English Teacher, Liberty-Perry School Corporation


Wednesday July 20, 2022 10:30am - 11:15am EDT
C123

10:30am EDT

Using Language Routine and Open Source 3 Act Math Task
Limited Capacity seats available

Teachers will experience the power, the engagement, and fun in having a mathematical discourse around a 3 act Math Task.  By using intentional teacher moves, teachers will learn to give all students an entry way into a math problem, honor productive struggle, promote reasoning, and increase math discourse in the classroom.

Speakers
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Cory Howard

Math Instructor, Trine University
PK

Paula Keesling

Math Instructor, Nettle Creek School Corporation


Wednesday July 20, 2022 10:30am - 11:15am EDT
R160
  Hybrid (some instruction some hands on)

11:30am EDT

Cleaning Up Google Drive
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

Is your Google Drive a hot mess? In this session I'll share my best tips for creating an organized Drive - and keeping it that way! We will start by easily finding items that can be deleted. Then we will move into using folder naming conventions, colors, icons, and sorting your remaining files. There will be time for you to get started tackling your Drive!

Speakers
avatar for Kara Guiff

Kara Guiff

Founder and Lead Trainer: Guiff Goodies for Education, M S D Wabash County Schools
Kara is an innovative special education teacher with over 30 years of experience in K-12 education, as well as the founder and lead trainer for Guiff Goodies For Education. She has been a resource teacher, interventionist, and co-teacher in general education classrooms and is currently... Read More →


Wednesday July 20, 2022 11:30am - 12:15pm EDT
R161
  Facilitated Workshop

11:30am EDT

Data Dive with Edcite
Limited Capacity seats available

Edcite makes data analysis easier and more action oriented. Participants in our presentation will walk away with the ability to give a standards-aligned assessment, analyze the data, and plan a reteach all in Edcite. 

Speakers
avatar for Andrew Smith

Andrew Smith

Account Executive, Edcite Inc.
At Edcite we specialize in ensuring teachers can provide a standards-aligned assessment that has the same look and feel as the state test. We empower teachers with a robust item bank, action-oriented data, and the ability to give students an "at bat" with the look and feel of the... Read More →


Wednesday July 20, 2022 11:30am - 12:15pm EDT
C215

11:30am EDT

Designing Engaging Content in Canvas
Limited Capacity filling up

No more boring Canvas! Let's take advantage of the Canvas Rich Content Editor, Canva, and other online tools that easily embed into Canvas can help add pizazz and style to your courses.

Speakers

Wednesday July 20, 2022 11:30am - 12:15pm EDT
C205

11:30am EDT

The Unknown Google Slides: Practical Ideas You Never Considered
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

Google Slides can be used for so much more than giving oral presentations! Get students creating and engaged in class with these nontraditional uses of Google Slides. Bring a device (laptop/Chromebook recommended) to learn new ideas hands-on!

Speakers

Wednesday July 20, 2022 11:30am - 12:15pm EDT
RHS Conference Room/C 112

11:30am EDT

Unleash Your Creativity with Book Creator
Limited Capacity seats available

This presentation will explore Book Creator. Book Creator is an amazing app and browser-based ebook and comic creation tool. Educators will learn how to use it to enhance teaching and learning in a variety of instructional settings.

Speakers

Wednesday July 20, 2022 11:30am - 12:15pm EDT
R160

11:30am EDT

Building Statewide Collaboration with Keep Indiana Learning
Limited Capacity seats available

Keep Indiana Learning is the largest collaboration of educator-created professional learning in Indiana. Join us to explore all the free, high-quality resources available to you - when you want it, whenever you need!  We will also share how you can become a paid contributor to our OnDemand video library, multimedia blog, original podcasts, LiveStream events and more! 

Speakers
avatar for Tim Arnold

Tim Arnold

District E-Learning Specialist, Richmond Community School Corporation
Tim Arnold is in his 6th year as a District eLearning Specialist with the Richmond Community Schools. Prior to that, he spent 26 years as a social studies teacher, coach, and educational leader at Nettle Creek Schools in Hagerstown. Tim, was selected as a top ten educator in the State... Read More →


Wednesday July 20, 2022 11:30am - 12:15pm EDT
C206

11:30am EDT

Differentiation, Acceleration, and Digital Platforms
Limited Capacity seats available

During this session we will explore various ways to enhance learning through digital literacy for ALL learners. This will include strategies for students with unfinished learning, as well as those who need enrichment and acceleration.

Speakers
avatar for Lorie Bancroft

Lorie Bancroft

Regional Director of Digital Acceleration, McGraw Hill Education
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Paul Getzen

Regional Director of Digital Acceleration, McGraw Hill Education


Wednesday July 20, 2022 11:30am - 12:15pm EDT
R165

11:30am EDT

eLearning Design: Meeting the Needs of ALL Learners
Limited Capacity seats available

Are we inadvertently putting up barriers for students with our design choices? Technology isn’t necessarily supposed to make learning easier, but it definitely shouldn’t make it harder. Join us as we explore concepts of Universal Design for Learning and share quick and easy ways to ensure we are working to meet accessibility guidelines. It might not be the most riveting topic, but making our digital content accessible and user-friendly for all learners is a top priority.

Speakers

Wednesday July 20, 2022 11:30am - 12:15pm EDT
C123

11:30am EDT

Intro to Ready Mathematics
Limited Capacity seats available

Introducing Ready Indiana Mathematics 2.0 provides educators with a comprehensive overview of program components, structure, and key instructional features; they will then explore how a day of instruction looks and feels. Educators also learn about how digital resources can be integrated into Ready Mathematics instruction. 

Speakers
CH

Cory Howard

Math Instructor, Trine University
PK

Paula Keesling

Math Instructor, Nettle Creek School Corporation


Wednesday July 20, 2022 11:30am - 12:15pm EDT
R166
  Informational

11:30am EDT

Rethink Professional Learning with the Indiana Learning Lab
Limited Capacity seats available

Ready to rethink your professional learning? The Indiana Learning Lab, funded by the IDOE, is a central hub for resources, live and on-demand workshops, and all growth hours completed in this micro-learning platform. Brainstorm with a digital learning expert, access Collections of resources curated to maximize your learning, or join a Community to collaborate with other Hoosiers. Find everything needed to elevate instructional practices and improve student learning!

Speakers
avatar for Nate Walden

Nate Walden

Instruction Design Specialist, Five Star Technology Solutions
Nate Walden is an Instructional Design Specialist for Five Star Technology Solutions. Before joining the Five Star team, he worked as a middle school Social Studies teacher for 11 years. Nate has a bachelor's degree in Education from Indiana University, a master’s degree in Instructional... Read More →


Wednesday July 20, 2022 11:30am - 12:15pm EDT
C213

11:30am EDT

Training Teachers in PBL
Limited Capacity seats available

Yorktown Community Schools started a process of training our teachers in PBL in 2020. We currently have 63 trained teachers with 21 more schedule for this summer. Our plan is to have all teachers trained in PBL/Inquiry based learning by 2025. The plan has been seamless thus far and I will share how we have achieved this and how we are moving forward with this plan.

Speakers
avatar for Jo Cox

Jo Cox

Technology Integration Specialist, Yorktown Community School Corporation
I have completed five years as Yorktown's Technology Integration Specialist for the district. I was previously a high school business teacher for Yorktown, Fishers, and Hamilton Heights high schools. I am passionate about project based learning and how it engages learners in the classroom... Read More →


Wednesday July 20, 2022 11:30am - 12:15pm EDT
R169

12:15pm EDT

LUNCH (Complimentary)
Wednesday July 20, 2022 12:15pm - 1:15pm EDT
RHS Cafeteria

1:30pm EDT

Fun, Visual Digital Thinking with Jamboard
Limited Capacity filling up

Jamboard is Google’s digital whiteboard tool. It helps students brainstorm, show what they know, interact with each other, build community, and have fun! How can we use it? You’ll learn how to start and end class with it, help students demonstrate understanding, and even do a little magic!

Speakers

Wednesday July 20, 2022 1:30pm - 2:15pm EDT
RHS Conference Room/C 112

1:30pm EDT

Leveraging Your LMS to Build Relationships With Students
Limited Capacity seats available

In today's world of blended learning, it's important to explore varied ways to build better, stronger relationships with students. Your LMS has a lot of tools that can be leveraged to do just that! This session will share ideas that will get you thinking about new and creative ways to improve student engagement. While this session will focus on Canvas, many of these ideas will be LMS agnostic.

Speakers

Wednesday July 20, 2022 1:30pm - 2:15pm EDT
C205

1:30pm EDT

Putting the LEND in Blended Learning
Limited Capacity seats available

Interested in lending hand? Sharing ideas? Join us as we co-create a toolbox of ideas, tools, tips & tricks for blending your classroom. Come ready to give and take successful blended learning practices.

Speakers

Wednesday July 20, 2022 1:30pm - 2:15pm EDT
C123

1:30pm EDT

This is How I'm Cheating My Way Through Your Class
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

We will take a look at how students are cheating their way through class via apps and collaboration, and then look at ways to prevent cheating through authentic assessment.

Speakers
avatar for Jeremy Hill

Jeremy Hill

eLearning Specialist, Richmond Community Schools
I am the eLearning Specialist at Richmond High School. I am a big fan of blended learning and all things that make it successful.


Wednesday July 20, 2022 1:30pm - 2:15pm EDT
C213

1:30pm EDT

A Multisensory Approach: Teaching Phoneme-Letter Symbol Associations
Limited Capacity seats available

Participants will leave with sensory-based strategies implemented by Speech-Language Pathologists to help students make connections between letter symbols and the correct production of speech phonemes.  According to studies (Secord et al., 2007; McLeod & Singh, 2009; Jakielski, 2011) and programs (e.g. The Lindamood Phoneme Sequencing Program-LiPS Program), the use of various sensory modalities help develop phonemic awareness skills that are a base for accurate reading and spelling.

Speakers
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Teresa Lee

Speech-Language Pathologist, Richmond Community Schools


Wednesday July 20, 2022 1:30pm - 2:15pm EDT
C214
  Informational

1:30pm EDT

Intro to I-Ready
Limited Capacity seats available

Teachers will get brief overview of the of the format of the i-Ready Diagnostic. Teachers will learn how the diagnostic will start students on their "My Path" of  personalized instruction while providing data to  support teacher lesson planning and differentiating for all students.

Speakers
CH

Cory Howard

Math Instructor, Trine University
PK

Paula Keesling

Math Instructor, Nettle Creek School Corporation


Wednesday July 20, 2022 1:30pm - 2:15pm EDT
R166
  Informational

1:30pm EDT

STEM Across the Disciplines: You are your only limit
Limited Capacity filling up

Looking for a way to boost student engagement? Give teachers the tools to collaborate and create a cross curricular STEM Unit and learn ways to combine subjects into one project through STEM activities that get students excited about learning! Join a teacher who as gone through Indiana’s STEM certification process, taught STEM classes, and created cross curricular STEM units, as she helps educators explore the idea of STEM across different contents. The learning environment will focus on ways to get students to higher order thinking while being engaged in STEM activities.

Speakers
avatar for Lee Fritz

Lee Fritz

Kokomo Center Schools



Wednesday July 20, 2022 1:30pm - 2:15pm EDT
R169
  Informational

1:30pm EDT

Target: How Predators use Technology to Groom Children
Limited Capacity seats available

Technology changes all the time, and children are constantly finding the newest websites, apps, and gadgets. They must learn the rules of Internet safety so they can use technology responsibly. The information provided will assist parents, community leaders, educators, and youth group leaders in understanding the online challenges children face and suggest some tips for both children and adults to navigate the online world.  This personal safety information focuses on information gathered from the Indiana State Police (ISP) and Indiana Crimes against Children Task Force (ICAC) Task Force. Topics include:
 
•         The pitfalls of posting too much information
•         The challenges some types of apps, websites, and games present
•         The downside of posting and sharing inappropriate photos
•         The many types of online predators and how they target victims

Speakers

Wednesday July 20, 2022 1:30pm - 2:15pm EDT
R165

1:30pm EDT

OMG! That's Fun! Creative Expressions in Canva - 90 minute session
Limited Capacity seats available

Did you know you can easily make your own gifs, make a “me-moji”, and TikTok style videos all within the free-for-education Canva program? On beyond flyers and brochures, you and your students will love creating these fun social-media inspired elements, all from the safety of a school friendly platform. Please sign up for a free for education account at Canva.com/education and add the app to a mobile device or tablet before the session so we can jump right into creation!

Speakers

Wednesday July 20, 2022 1:30pm - 3:00pm EDT
C206

1:30pm EDT

Nailed It! Graphic Design Edition - 90 minute session
Limited Capacity seats available

This session will tackle a question I get asked often...What sites or resources do I use to create presentations, digital lessons and hyperdocs? Come and learn all of my trade secrets! Trust me, you will look like a pro. ;) We will even have a Nailed it challenge to wrap up our time together.

Speakers
avatar for Nadine Gilkison

Nadine Gilkison

District Tech Integration Supervisor, Franklin Township Schools
I have been a District Technology Integration Specialist for 8 years in Franklin Township Schools and also served as an Innovation Specialist for the Office of eLearning/IDOE under Candice Dodson. I am a Google Certified Innovator, part of cohort NYC#19, with a project focus on #dyslexicmindset... Read More →


Wednesday July 20, 2022 1:30pm - 3:00pm EDT
C215

1:30pm EDT

Peary Nice to Meet You - 90 minute session
Limited Capacity seats available

Are you looking for tools to support communication, collaboration, creativity, and critical thinking in your classroom? Join Jenna Eastham and Barb Miller in this hands-on, minds-on workshop where they will introduce Pear Deck Flashcard Factory and the Pear Deck Google Slides Add-on as both tools to support the 4 C’s. Participants will leave with the knowledge to leverage both tools. Double your fun with two Jennas and two Pear Deck tools!

Speakers
avatar for Jenna Eastham

Jenna Eastham

Technology Integration Specialist, Liberty-Perry School Corporation
I am the Technology Integration Specialist for Liberty-Perry Schools, which is 1:1 iPads in grades K -12. Prior to this position, I taught Math at the middle school level while also being a building technology coach. I am a Google Certified Trainer, a Canvas Advocate, a member of... Read More →
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Barb Miller

6th Grade Math Teacher, Liberty-Perry Schools


Wednesday July 20, 2022 1:30pm - 3:00pm EDT
R160

1:30pm EDT

Self-Regulation - You Can Get Them There! - 90 minute session
Limited Capacity seats available

Self-regulation is a critical skill for young people to master, but teaching it can seem overwhelming. This session will help you learn strategies that help students learn to regulate their emotions and keep their brains in an optimal state for learning. Kara will share her routines and procedures, as well as an extensive tool list. Ideas for in person and virtual learners will be shared. The second half of the session will be a "make-and-take" time. Kara will provide materials and walk you through creating a self-regulation flip chart. You will leave able to implement something immediately!

Speakers
avatar for Kara Guiff

Kara Guiff

Founder and Lead Trainer: Guiff Goodies for Education, M S D Wabash County Schools
Kara is an innovative special education teacher with over 30 years of experience in K-12 education, as well as the founder and lead trainer for Guiff Goodies For Education. She has been a resource teacher, interventionist, and co-teacher in general education classrooms and is currently... Read More →


Wednesday July 20, 2022 1:30pm - 3:00pm EDT
R161
  Hybrid (some instruction some hands on)

2:30pm EDT

How to Teach Computer Science when you aren't a Coder
Limited Capacity seats available

Computer science can be a difficult subject to teach. With more states, school boards, and institutions requiring computer science concepts to be taught at younger and younger ages, finding the right curriculum, training educators, and delivering a comprehensive course that students enjoy, is difficult. During this session, we will share curriculum, tools and free resources to help educators teach computer science across grade levels and still meet the state's standards. 

Speakers
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Catlin Bulger

Program Development Coordinator, South Bend Code School
South Bend Code School (SBCS) was founded to combat the technology skills gap at the earliest level by reforming technology education and making learning skills in coding and computer science accessible to students from all walks of life. As the Program Development Coordinator, Catlin... Read More →


Wednesday July 20, 2022 2:30pm - 3:15pm EDT
C214
  Hybrid (some instruction some hands on)

2:30pm EDT

Interactivity and Gamification with Genially
Limited Capacity seats available

This session will include learning how to create digital interactive resources with Genially. Participants will leave the session with resources they will create to bring back to their school to use with their staff and students such as escape rooms, infographics, gamification, and other engaging presentations.

Link to my slides: https://www.canva.com/design/DAFGgRLrKOw/h_32vuzLD04OHEBK8y4oBw/view?utm_content=DAFGgRLrKOw&utm_campaign=designshare&utm_medium=link&utm_source=publishsharelink#1

Speakers
avatar for Pam Malone

Pam Malone

Educational Technology Specialist, Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School


Wednesday July 20, 2022 2:30pm - 3:15pm EDT
C123

2:30pm EDT

Student Engagement with EduProtocols and the 4 C's
Limited Capacity filling up

Ready to find engaging ways for your students to think critically, collaborate, communicate and create? Looking for a way to lessen or eliminate low DOK level worksheets in your classes? Ready to save instructional and planning time? EduProtocols are flexible, efficient instructional lesson frames that are designed to engage students in learning through critical thinking, collaboration, communication, and creativity (the 4 C’s).

Speakers
avatar for Tim Arnold

Tim Arnold

District E-Learning Specialist, Richmond Community School Corporation
Tim Arnold is in his 6th year as a District eLearning Specialist with the Richmond Community Schools. Prior to that, he spent 26 years as a social studies teacher, coach, and educational leader at Nettle Creek Schools in Hagerstown. Tim, was selected as a top ten educator in the State... Read More →


Wednesday July 20, 2022 2:30pm - 3:15pm EDT
C213

2:30pm EDT

The Voice: Encourage Student Voice with Podcasts, Video and More
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

Students can be world changers! Their ideas and the new things they learn deserve to be told. Learn easy ways to use podcasts, video and other tools to give student work an audience AND help them build speaking skills so they can go out and change the world!

Speakers

Wednesday July 20, 2022 2:30pm - 3:15pm EDT
RHS Conference Room/C 112

2:30pm EDT

Dreambox Learning: Personalized Learning to Proficiency
Limited Capacity seats available

Innovative technology, easy to implement, actionable data & proven effectiveness as the ONLY dual discipline partner rated STRONG by Evidence for ESSA in both Math & Literacy – that’s DreamBox Learning. Learn HOW our solutions engage ALL students, intervention to enrichment. We meet each student where they are & ensure 1-2 grade levels of growth in 1 hr/wk. Easy lift for teachers, BIG gains for students! Let's eliminate barriers & personalize instruction for confident proficient learners.

Speakers
avatar for Kristen Stone

Kristen Stone

Northern Indiana Account Executive, Dreambox Learning
I’m a former early elementary educator partnering with administrators & teachers to bridge gaps and accelerate learning with DreamBox Math and Reading Plus! Our adaptive learning platforms support and enrich learning and are proven effective for student growth. Come hear Richmond’s... Read More →
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Emily Magnus

Southern Indiana Account Executive, Dreambox Learning


Wednesday July 20, 2022 2:30pm - 3:15pm EDT
R169

2:30pm EDT

Intro to Ready Mathematics
Limited Capacity seats available

Introducing Ready Indiana Mathematics 2.0 provides educators with a comprehensive overview of program components, structure, and key instructional features; they will then explore how a day of instruction looks and feels. Educators also learn about how digital resources can be integrated into Ready Mathematics instruction. 

Speakers
CH

Cory Howard

Math Instructor, Trine University
PK

Paula Keesling

Math Instructor, Nettle Creek School Corporation


Wednesday July 20, 2022 2:30pm - 3:15pm EDT
R166
  Informational

2:30pm EDT

Making Math Meaningful
Limited Capacity seats available

Meaningful Math Class = Blended Learning + Appropriate Instruction – Excessive Planning

During this session we will explore various ways to enhance learning through digital math and small groups for ALL learners. This will include strategies for students with unfinished learning, as well as those who need enrichment and acceleration.  You will leave with new ideas for blended learning in your classroom and resources to use immediately.

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Jen Sims

Solution Consultant, Math, McGraw Hill Education
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Lorie Bancroft

Regional Director of Digital Acceleration, McGraw Hill Education



Wednesday July 20, 2022 2:30pm - 3:15pm EDT
R165

2:30pm EDT

Must Have Google Extensions
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I will highlight our eLearning Teams most coveted and used Google extensions in this session. I will introduce the extensions and highlight it.

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Joani Robinson

District E-Learning Specialist, Richmond Community Schools
Joani Sullivan is in her 15th year at Richmond Community Schools. She spent 7 of those years as a 5th/6th grade classroom teacher and Interventionist. She spent 2 years as an Instructional Coach and four years ago was able to move into the eLearning Specialist position for the elementary... Read More →


Wednesday July 20, 2022 2:30pm - 3:15pm EDT
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