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Thursday, March 20
 

8:00am PDT

Animations and the Common Core
Learn how to create fantastic animations that demonstrate a change, process, or concept in your classroom. Bring ideas of what you want to create and learn how to put those ideas in action. Learn how to export the final product as a widget to go into an iBook as an interactive element.

NOTE: This is a BYOD workshop. You will need to bring a laptop with Multicore Intel 64-bit support (Mac), Intel Pentium 4 or AMD Athlon 64 2 GHz or faster (Win) processor, 1GB RAM, 5GB of hard drive space running Macintosh OS X 10.7 (Lion) or Windows 7 (w/ service pack 1) or Windows 8 or newer operating system. You will receive instructions on how to sign up for a trial of Adobe's Creative Cloud and will need to sign up and pre-install the required software PRIOR to arriving in Palm Springs.
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avatar for Kelly Kermode

Kelly Kermode

Integrated Learning Strategist, Forest Hills Public Schools
Kelly Kermode currently serves as an Integrated Learning Specialist for Forest Hills Public Schools. With 20+ years of teaching and coaching experience, Kelly loves to think big and explore ways to think outside the box. In May of 2018, Kelly opened a pottery studio in downtown Grand... Read More →


Thursday March 20, 2014 8:00am - 11:00am PDT
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8:00am PDT

Crafting Digital Stories with Google Apps
Explore the intersection between Common Core and digital writing through Google Apps. During this hands-on workshop participants will learn how to support storytellers and meet the demands of Common Core through the use of Docs, Sites, Maps/Earth and YouTube.
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avatar for Burt Lo

Burt Lo

Director II, Digital Curriculum & Instructional Technology, Stanislaus County Office of Education
Burt Lo has been a middle school teacher, district instructional technology director, and a county office professional development coordinator. Currently, he is the Director II of Digital Curriculum & Instructional Technology with the Stanislaus County Office of Education.
avatar for Joe Wood

Joe Wood

Instructional Technology & Assessment Director, Natomas Charter School
Joe Wood is the Instructional Technology & Assessment Director for Natomas Charter School and Lead for CUE Rockstar Lake Tahoe and Maui. His career began as a middle school science teacher, but he has also held positions as a technology and literacy coach. Joe's interests are digital... Read More →


Thursday March 20, 2014 8:00am - 11:00am PDT
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8:00am PDT

Creating Content for the Diverse Learner
This session will show how the iPad can be used to modify and create content to meet the unique learning needs and styles of diverse learners in our classrooms.
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avatar for Mark Coppin

Mark Coppin

Anne Carlsen Center


Thursday March 20, 2014 8:00am - 11:00am PDT
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8:00am PDT

Invent To Learn: Making, Tinkering, & Engineering in the Classroom
Fabrication (3D printing), physical computing (robotics) and programming collide with recycled materials, tinkering and craft traditions to create fun projects that exceed the Next Generation Science Standards and Common Core.
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Thursday March 20, 2014 8:00am - 11:00am PDT
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8:00am PDT

iPad in Education (includes iPad Air)
iPad changes the way teachers and students access the web, share media, and learn on the go. This workshop will cover the initial setup of iPad, how to add content to the device, how to make the most of iTunes U, and how to find the best educational Apps available - including Apps for creating content and media on iPad. An overview of mobile learning in the classroom, cutting-edge 1:1 programs, and volume licensing for education will also be included. Time permitting, the session will include a primer on using the mobile version of Google Docs (and Forms). Fun hands-on activities and opportunities to explore new Apps make this session a highlight of the conference. Best of all, participants each receive a 16 GB wifi iPad air to take with them when they leave! NOTE: Equipment subject to change and may not be most current version if updated within 2 months of conference.
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avatar for Luke Hibbard

Luke Hibbard

Coordinator of Technology and Professional Development, Stanislaus County Office of Education
Luke Hibbard is the Coordinator for Technology and Professional Development at the Stanislaus County Office of Education. After spending 10 years as a classroom teacher in Empire Union Schools, he transitioned to the county office where he has assisted with tehnology integration into... Read More →


Thursday March 20, 2014 8:00am - 11:00am PDT
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8:00am PDT

Minecraft for Teaching and Learning
Many write off Minecraft as just another game, but a closer look reveals a console for the creative spirit. It teaches design and spacial planning, alongside electrical and software engineering.
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DM

Digital Media Academy

Critically acclaimed and world-renowned, DMA provides training and hands-on experience with technology. The World’s Best Tech Camp and technology training center, since 2002.


Thursday March 20, 2014 8:00am - 11:00am PDT
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9:00am PDT

Google Workshop for Educators (Beginner/Intermediate)
Brought to you by CUE, the producers of the Google Teacher Academy, the nationally acclaimed Google Workshop for Educators (GWE) introduces participants to innovative ways Google tools can be used in education. A full day of fast-paced presentations and hands-on activities includes experience with advanced search techniques, collaborative web-based applications, and inspirational instructional strategies. Google Certified Teachers share ways they’ve implemented tools such as Google Docs, Google Maps, Google Sites, and... even more. Participants who complete the event are given access to the Google Workshops for Educators Network, an online community focused on supporting educators as they learn more about the power of Google to drive student learning. This workshop is for beginners/intermediate users.
CUE is an official Google Professional Development partner. No meals included. Participants must bring their own laptop.
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avatar for Megan Ellis

Megan Ellis

Teacher, Westlake Charter School
English teacher, lover of sunshine, consumer of too much coffee. MERIT11, GTANY12, CUE Lead Learner, 2013 CUE Outstanding Emerging Teacher, CUE Rock Star Faculty Session materials available at: http://tinyurl.com/meganellis
avatar for Lisa Highfill

Lisa Highfill

Tech Integration specialist, Pleasanton Unified School District
Lisa Highfill (@lhighfill) is an Instructional Technology Coach in the San Francisco Bay Area. She earned her masters in Educational Technology Leadership and has been a classroom teacher for over 20 years. As a Google Certified Innovator, and a YouTube Star Teacher, she travels the... Read More →


Thursday March 20, 2014 9:00am - 4:00pm PDT
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9:30am PDT

ADEC Digital Learning Summit: Celebrating 25 Years
The Alliance for Distance Education in California (ADEC) is conducting its 25th Anniversary Summit at the Annual CUE 2014 Conference. Topics include: Digital Technologies: Impacting Learning And Teaching; Emerging Technologies in the Delivery of Professional Development; Common Core and the Dysfunctional College Student; Instructional Design for the Digital Student
Discussion is encouraged before the Summit on the ADEC online community. Join like minded professionals to network and exchange ideas throughout the Summit, during the panel sessions, continental breakfast, lunch and during the breaks. For Summit updates and discussions, visit http://adec-ca.org.
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Thursday March 20, 2014 9:30am - 4:00pm PDT
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11:20am PDT

Creating with iPads in Middle School (bring your own iPad)
There is still a perception that iPads are a consumption device at best but teachers and students around the world are making meaningful content using this device. With increasingly significant app flow, students are exercising critical and complex thinking skills to create on their iPads. Participants must bring their own iPad 2 or higher running iOS6 or higher.
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avatar for Kelly Scholten

Kelly Scholten

Instructional Tech Coach and Librarian, Hillbrook
Kelly Scholten serves as the librarian and Lower School Instructional Technology Coach at Hillbrook, working with students and teachers in grades JK-4 to facilitate learning through the use of technology. Kelly has a passion for how technology can redefine teaching and learning, and... Read More →


Thursday March 20, 2014 11:20am - 2:20pm PDT
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11:20am PDT

How to be a Presentation Ninja!
Don't murder your message with screen beans clip art and bullet points that kill!  This workshop will go through the easy steps how to liven up any preso Ninja style!
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avatar for Gwyneth A. Jones

Gwyneth A. Jones

Teacher Librarian & Technology Leader, The Daring Librarian
Gwyneth A. Jones, aka The Daring Librarian, is a blogger, an international Ed Tech speaker, trope and meme archivist, creator of content, a citizen of advocacy, and a resident of Social Media. Gwyneth is a Google Certified Teacher, PBS-MPT-NTTI Teacher of the Year, and the author... Read More →


Thursday March 20, 2014 11:20am - 2:20pm PDT
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11:20am PDT

Make Media More Meaningful for Teaching and Learning
Learn how to make videos for instruction faster, better, deeper, and targeted to your student needs. Master the basics of screen capture for your own lessons or student projects; fast editing tools; downloading appropriate videos (YouTube, etc.) so videos for lessons can be independent from bandwidth speeds or buffering. Find media through Common Core interfaces, then download it, shorten it, or give it a new sound track (or have students do it).  Learn ways to present video in presentations like PowerPoint, Google Docs, Prezi, etc. If media is edging past text, then it must be just as easy to copy, paste, drag, drop, and manipulate. Media has always had great impact on teaching and learning.  Match its old power to a new generation. This is not hands on but you will want to play and practice.  Notes: Better to also have admin rights so you can download and practice.  Most tools are free but some are not—but are inexpensive. You might want download privileges on what you bring. Expect to have fun making things!
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Thursday March 20, 2014 11:20am - 2:20pm PDT
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11:20am PDT

Using Office 2013
This Workshop will provide hands on of the major new features of office 2013 with a focus on OneNote, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. We will show a number of significant changes to previous versions of Microsoft’s leading education applications, integrating a touch friendly interface and cloud integration.
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Thursday March 20, 2014 11:20am - 2:20pm PDT
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11:20am PDT

Video Journalism
Three hours, hands on: interview, light, shoot, edit, share. This fun session models the classroom process of learning video journalism. Bring your video camera.
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DM

Digital Media Academy

Critically acclaimed and world-renowned, DMA provides training and hands-on experience with technology. The World’s Best Tech Camp and technology training center, since 2002.


Thursday March 20, 2014 11:20am - 2:20pm PDT
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2:40pm PDT

Create, Collaborate and Compute with Scratch 2.0 across Common Core Curriculum
Inspire, engage, motivate students to create while teaching critical thinking, problem solving, and computational thinking to meet common core standards across the curriculum (STEM). Easy to use object oriented programming!
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avatar for Smita Kolhatkar

Smita Kolhatkar

Director of Technology and Innovation, Gideon Hausner Jewish Day School


Thursday March 20, 2014 2:40pm - 4:10pm PDT
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2:40pm PDT

Enhancing Google Forms and Spreadsheets Using Script Gallery
Jazz up your existing Google forms and spreadsheets or learn to make new ones. Then, use them to communicate more efficiently and effectively with parents, students and colleagues. Participants must bring their own laptop.
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Thursday March 20, 2014 2:40pm - 4:10pm PDT
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2:40pm PDT

iLife
The iLife applications, iPhoto, GarageBand, and iMovie, are the center of a creative, digital world. Three hours of intense, hands on experience, full of great tricks.
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DM

Digital Media Academy

Critically acclaimed and world-renowned, DMA provides training and hands-on experience with technology. The World’s Best Tech Camp and technology training center, since 2002.


Thursday March 20, 2014 2:40pm - 4:10pm PDT
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2:40pm PDT

iPads for Productivity and Assessment in the Common Core Classroom (bring your own iPad)
Utilizing free iPad apps engage students in both English Language Arts, and Mathematics Common Core learning. Students enjoy problem solving, collaborating; speaking, listening, reading, writing and sharing with authentic audience. Participants must bring their own iPad 2 or higher running iOS6 or higher.
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Thursday March 20, 2014 2:40pm - 4:10pm PDT
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Friday, March 21
 

10:15am PDT

Being Spielberg: Using Film Challenges to Meet Common Core (bring your own iPad/iPad mini)
Empower your students, unleash their creativity, and develop powerful Common Core literacy skills by implementing digital storytelling film challenges. Experience the process, explore curriculum connections, and develop a finished product! Participants needs to bring their own iPad 2 or higher or iPad mini running iOS6 or higher.
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avatar for Jessica Pack

Jessica Pack

Language Arts, Social Studies, ASB, Video Production Teacher, Palm Springs USD
Jessica teaches 6th grade Language Arts, #flipclass Social Studies, Associated Student Body Leadership, and Video Production for Palm Springs Unified. She is a 2014 California Teacher of the Year and her classroom is a 1:1 Chromebook environment with plenty of iPads for students to... Read More →


Friday March 21, 2014 10:15am - 1:15pm PDT
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10:15am PDT

Flipped Out: An Elementary Approach to the Flipped Classroom
Explore how the flipped model can be used in a multiple subject classroom setting. Session will cover creating of videos and how to using already available videos and organization/storage.
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Friday March 21, 2014 10:15am - 1:15pm PDT
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10:15am PDT

Interactive Curriculum: How iBooks Author can Revolutionize the Textbook
Why wait for publishers to make digitally rich Common Core textbooks? This workshop will demonstrate how to design and publish interactive textbooks for iPads that will revolutionize your classroom textbooks.
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Friday March 21, 2014 10:15am - 1:15pm PDT
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10:15am PDT

iPad in Education (includes iPad mini)
iPad changes the way teachers and students access the web, share media, and learn on the go. This workshop will cover the initial setup of iPad, how to add content to the device, how to make the most of iTunes U, and how to find the best educational Apps available - including Apps for creating content and media on iPad. An overview of mobile learning in the classroom, cutting-edge 1:1 programs, and volume licensing for education will also be included. Time permitting, the session will include a primer on using the mobile version of Google Docs (and Forms). Fun hands-on activities and opportunities to explore new Apps make this session a highlight of the conference. Best of all, participants each receive a 16 GB wifi iPad mini to take with them when they leave! NOTE: Equipment subject to change and may not be most current version if updated within 2 months of conference.
Presenter Resources

Speakers
avatar for Burt Lo

Burt Lo

Director II, Digital Curriculum & Instructional Technology, Stanislaus County Office of Education
Burt Lo has been a middle school teacher, district instructional technology director, and a county office professional development coordinator. Currently, he is the Director II of Digital Curriculum & Instructional Technology with the Stanislaus County Office of Education.


Friday March 21, 2014 10:15am - 1:15pm PDT
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10:15am PDT

iPads for productivity, collaboration, authentic assessment and Common Core (bring your own iPad)
The iPad goes way beyond the printed page. Using free apps you will, learn how to get students to transform into collaborating, communicating, constructors of new knowledge. Participants must bring their own iPad 2 or higher running iOS6 or higher.
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Friday March 21, 2014 10:15am - 1:15pm PDT
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10:30am PDT

Connecting to Common Core
In this hands-on, all-day workshop, connect with apps, programs, and tools to engage your students in the 21st Century Skills the Common Core State Standards. Learn how to use tools that will move your students to the higher level of Bloom’s Taxonomy that will enable them to be college and career ready. The P21 Framework will be reviewed along with exemplars of teachers using digital tools to effectively engage students and promote deeper learning. Participants must bring their own laptop.
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Friday March 21, 2014 10:30am - 5:30pm PDT
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1:45pm PDT

CANCELED Communicate, Collaborate, and Work Like Professionals with Office 365
This session has been canceled.

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Friday March 21, 2014 1:45pm - 4:45pm PDT
CANCELED

1:45pm PDT

Cue Can Flip; a PlayDate in Three Acts
Flipped instruction is a way to make face-to-face time more productive through the use of video; this session will help you create engaging videos in a plethora of formats.
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avatar for Sam Patterson

Sam Patterson

Head Maker Wrangler, Echo Horizon School (independent)
Sam Patterson, M.F.A., Ed.D. is a Makerspace teacher for PreK-6th grade students at Echo Horizon School in Culver City California. Dr. Patterson is an innovative teacher using puppet building and computer programming to inspire kids to create and share. His shares his work through... Read More →


Friday March 21, 2014 1:45pm - 4:45pm PDT
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1:45pm PDT

iPad Boot Camp: Teaching, Learning, and Creating (bring your own iPad)
Already have an iPad? Ready for more effective classroom use? Bring your iPad to learn management tips, integration techniques and apps. Participants must bring their own iPad 2 or higher running iOS6 or higher.
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avatar for Smita Kolhatkar

Smita Kolhatkar

Director of Technology and Innovation, Gideon Hausner Jewish Day School
avatar for Carolyn Tuomy

Carolyn Tuomy

Consultant, Palo Alto Unified School District
Carolyn taught kindergarten through grade 6. She is now a consultant specializing in technology integration.


Friday March 21, 2014 1:45pm - 4:45pm PDT
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1:45pm PDT

Photoshop: Digital Creativity and the Common Core
Use Photoshop to create digital graphics and images that demonstrate and highlight key learning in the classroom. This workshop will teach you several specific projects that you can take back to your classroom and have your students complete to show mastery of a concept or idea.
Even if you just desperately want to learn more about Photoshop, you won't leave disappointed.

NOTE: This is a BYOD workshop. You will need to bring a laptop with Multicore Intel 64-bit support (Mac), Intel Pentium 4 or AMD Athlon 64 2 GHz or faster (Win) processor, 1GB RAM, 5GB of hard drive space running Macintosh OS X 10.7 (Lion) or Windows 7 (w/ service pack 1) or Windows 8 or newer operating system. You will receive instructions on how to sign up for a trial of Adobe's Creative Cloud and will need to sign up and pre-install the required software PRIOR to arriving in Palm Springs.
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avatar for Kelly Kermode

Kelly Kermode

Integrated Learning Strategist, Forest Hills Public Schools
Kelly Kermode currently serves as an Integrated Learning Specialist for Forest Hills Public Schools. With 20+ years of teaching and coaching experience, Kelly loves to think big and explore ways to think outside the box. In May of 2018, Kelly opened a pottery studio in downtown Grand... Read More →


Friday March 21, 2014 1:45pm - 4:45pm PDT
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1:45pm PDT

Students Craft Their Own Learning With MinecraftEDU
Many students already play Minecraft and enjoy teaching themselves through this game. Use the teacher tools of MinecraftEDU to leverage this gaming platform in class. Participants must bring their own laptop.
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avatar for Diane Main

Diane Main

Director of Learning, Innovation and Design (9-12), The Harker School
I love gaming in education, and also any focus on making learning fun. I teach a computer science class and have an advisory, but the biggest part of my job is supporting teachers in trying new things. I am also kind of addicted to professional development and karaoke.
avatar for John Miller

John Miller

King City Union School District, Chalone Peaks Middle School
John is a middle school history teacher and Minecraft in education curriculum developer, trainer, and global mentor. He is also a Google Innovator and CUE Lead Learner with over 20 years classroom experience. John holds a Masters Degree in Educational Technology and Instructional... Read More →


Friday March 21, 2014 1:45pm - 4:45pm PDT
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Saturday, March 22
 

8:00am PDT

Closing the Achievement Gap through Literacy: Blended Learning Strategies
Literacy is a key component to success in academics and in any career choice. With the landmark move in the Common Core State Standards to integrate literacy across the curriculum, we have each been called on as teachers of reading and writing. This presentation will address research regarding literacy strategies and will provide immediately usable tools to help close the achievement gap immediately in a single classroom, small learning community, and/or schoolwide. Web 2.0 tools will be used by participants throughout this workshop. Participants must bring their own device.
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Saturday March 22, 2014 8:00am - 11:00am PDT
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8:00am PDT

STEM and PBL: 5 E-Z Projects for Your Classroom
Discoverer STEM-PBL Imagineering. Build 5 beginning interactive projects to introduce students to STEM-PBL Explore real-world, authentic problems; how students learn the problem-solving process. Discover how students learn best when encouraged to construct their own knowledge with integrated projects. Participants must bring their own device.
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Saturday March 22, 2014 8:00am - 11:00am PDT
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8:30am PDT

Adding Pizzazz to Google Sites
Are you bored with Google Sites standard themes? Do you want to add personal touches and pizzazz to your classroom site or portfolios? Do you need to create a customized template for your students e-portfolios? This session will show you the basics of adding simple customizations to Google Sites using the Site Layout and Colors and Font tools. Learn to add banners, background images, horizontal navigation, and change default colors and fonts without knowing any html. Participants must bring their own device.
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avatar for Anna Massi

Anna Massi

Google Apps Certified Trainer, Technology Specialist,, Diocese of Oakland
I am a Google Certified Trainer with over 20 years of classroom teaching experience, specializing in K-8 schools. I have been instrumental in building fully integrated networks that support 21st century learning and assisted in the migration of schools to Google Apps for Education... Read More →


Saturday March 22, 2014 8:30am - 10:00am PDT
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10:30am PDT

The Power of Play: Digital Games to Level Up Learning
Learn how to create game-based lessons that are seamless, rigorous and joyful. Get resources and strategies to bring the power of game-based learning to your students. Participants must bring their own device.
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avatar for Jason Darnell

Jason Darnell

President, Histrionix Learning Company
Histrionix, LLC provides fun, interactive, game-based curriculum to public, private, charter and home schools that improve student achievement by engaging all learning styles, enhancing critical thinking skills and encouraging creative problem solving, which are the building blocks... Read More →


Saturday March 22, 2014 10:30am - 12:00pm PDT
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11:30am PDT

Bring Your Own Devices (BYOD) Programs: Baby Steps for Schools
Bring-your-own-device initiatives are growing in popularity, but require thoughtful planning and implementation. During this 3-hour BYOD workshop, participants explore strategies and identify steps to increase their chance of success with BYOD. Participants must bring their own device.
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Saturday March 22, 2014 11:30am - 2:30pm PDT
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11:30am PDT

Google Apps for Deeper Learning
Come learn how New Tech High uses Google Apps to foster collaboration and deeper learning skills in students. Participants will learn about the different Google tools and how to best leverage them. Participants must bring their own laptop.
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avatar for Peter Abboud

Peter Abboud

Center for Excellence Program Manager, New Technology High School
After graduating from Napa New Technology High School, Peter went on to get his B.S. in biochemistry and molecular biology from UC Davis. His M.A. is in educational technology from Touro University. While attending UC Davis, Peter worked as an academic coach at Da Vinci High School... Read More →


Saturday March 22, 2014 11:30am - 2:30pm PDT
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11:30am PDT

Programming with Scratch 2.0
In this workshop, you will use using Scratch to create projects such as games, simulations, stories, and much more. By creating your own Scratch project, you will see how can open up whole new worlds! Participants must bring their own device. NOTE: the tools used in this session are NOT compatible with iPads.
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avatar for Scott Moss

Scott Moss

@ScottMoss Instructional Technology Outreach Coordinator, Los Angeles County Office of Education
Scott has worked in public education for 30 years and in higher education for 20 years. He has taught at the elementary, middle and high school levels. Scott is a Google Certified Innovator. He's earned the Time Warner National Teacher and the Classroom of the Future Foundation’s... Read More →


Saturday March 22, 2014 11:30am - 2:30pm PDT
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12:30pm PDT

20% Projects Are 100% Awesome
Implement passion-based learning through 20% Projects; give students 20% of class time for personal learning. Experience the process, then develop a structure to implement 20% Projects with your own students. Participants must bring their own device.
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avatar for Jessica Pack

Jessica Pack

Language Arts, Social Studies, ASB, Video Production Teacher, Palm Springs USD
Jessica teaches 6th grade Language Arts, #flipclass Social Studies, Associated Student Body Leadership, and Video Production for Palm Springs Unified. She is a 2014 California Teacher of the Year and her classroom is a 1:1 Chromebook environment with plenty of iPads for students to... Read More →
avatar for John Stevens

John Stevens

Chaffey JUHSD
John is an instructional math and technology coach in Southern California. He is the author of Table Talk Math and co-author of The Classroom Chef, blogs about his passions at http://fishing4tech.com, and would love to create more opportunities for kids to love mathematics.


Saturday March 22, 2014 12:30pm - 2:00pm PDT
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