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Saturday, March 22




Communicate, Collaborate, and Engage with Google Plus Ballroom Foyer, Renaissance Hotel BYOD: Magic Pill or Big Headache? Mesquite DE, Palm Springs Convention Center Creating the Schools Our Students Need – Digital Writing with Digital Kids San Jacinto, Renaissance Hotel Creative Learning Opportunities with iOS Mojave Learning Center, Renaissance Hotel Curriculum Apps in Reading, Writing, and Organization for iDevices Tapestry, Hilton Hotel Flipped Out: An Elementary Approach to the Flipped Classroom Madera, Renaissance Hotel Innovative Writing Instruction for Elementary Students in the Digital Age Andreas, Renaissance Hotel Life through Presentations; Creating Content Rich Presentations that Avoid Boredom Catalina, Renaissance Hotel Making Magic With Augmented Reality Mesquite F, Palm Springs Convention Center Multimedia, Bloom's, and the Common Core Santa Rosa, Renaissance Hotel Online Bookmarking Web 2.0 with Diigo: Untether, Tag, Annotate, Collaborate! Mesquite C, Palm Springs Convention Center Project-Based Learning and Social Change Sierra, Renaissance Hotel Putting the Primary into Your Sources Smoketree F, Palm Springs Convention Center Standards-Based Lessons from Scratch 2.0 Mesquite A, Palm Springs Convention Center Student Engagement in Educational Apps Mesquite B, Palm Springs Convention Center Teach Digital Citizenship by Crafting Quick Flipped Tutorials and Using Existing Resources Pasadena, Renaissance Hotel Using the Noa Humanoid Robot with Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders Horizon Ballroom 2, Hilton Hotel