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Subject Area Focus: Math [clear filter]
Wednesday, June 19


(C1) Flipping Out C1Meghan Schweers • Richard Siemieniak (C11) Stay Afloat with Schoology Rubrics C11Amber Nordwall (C21) Riding the Wakelet Wave A Simple Platform to Organize Digital Information in One Place C21Amanda Tatum (C8) Google Expeditions Field Trips Anywhere Anytime C8Glenn Davis • Janie Everett (D18) Cospaces io Creating Virtual Reality Worlds and Video Games in the Classroom D18Joey Cathey • Tim Trask (Library Left) Giving Your Children a Voice Through Podcasts Library LeftMeredith Miller • W. Troy Saunders CANCELLED (C24) Extending a Helping Hand Using Chromebook Extensions C24Julia Foust • Lauren Teed (C25) Designing for Student Centered Digital Instruction C25Lee Cooper (C26) Creating Dynamic Project Based Learning Experiences C26Monet Baker • Mary Stevenson (D9) Diving Deeper into Desmos D9Shelby Foley • Laura Purvis (C12) Flipgrid Deep Dive C12Karen Lucka- Beristain • Debra Liddon (C13) Google and Schoology Go Hand in Hand C13Kellie Weisenbeck (C18) Creating a Tech Savvy Kindergarten Classroom C18Kimberly Ellis (C20) Diving into K Math Minds with Technology C20Kristen Allen • Jennifer Hughes (C23) A BEEP ing journey through BrainPOP C23Juliet Rickman (C6) Diving Deeper With the Tools You Know C6Eric Baar • Michelle Pressley (C9) Collect Collaborate Create Wakelet Can Do It All C9Jen Malit • Tony Trovato (D13) Baby Steps for Coding Two lefts don't make a right but three do D13Tim Bakner • Brian Smith (D2) Discussions Within Schoology D2Nicole Cabral (D4) Balancing Seesaw in the Special Ed Classroom D4Phyllis DiTommaso • Debbie Gibbs • Paula Ott (C14) Diving into Coding Moving from the Virtual to physical world C14Ken Smead • Kim Winingear (C17) Hyped up on Hyperdrawings C17Lauren Pate • Kim Spruill


(C10) Stop Repeating Yourself Screencast Instead C10Ellen Nesbit (C12) Snorkeling With Screencastify C12Helen Sissel (C16) Podcasts By Students For Students C16Jen Malit (C21) Nearpod in the Kindergarten Classroom C21Kelly Brewer (C26) Riding the Wakelet Wave A Simple Platform to Organize Digital Information in One Place C26Amanda Tatum (C4) Spark Joy in your Classroom with Adobe Spark C4Caroline Altman • Heather Wade (D4) Schoology Using Playposit to Engage Students and Check for Understanding with Video D4Shawn Hirano • Scott Jordan (C2) Teching Up with Bots C2Deborah Dunn • Margaret Marcotte (C22) Individualized Learning Achievement Through Blended Classroom C22Nick Dzendzel • Kelly Gregory (C25) Nearpod for Newbies C25Christine Mahl • Laura Nuckols (C8) Leveling Up Your Seesaw Game C8Elaine Shindelar (C9) Using Seesaw to Lift Your Classroom Experience C9Elizabeth Merce (D11) Tinkering with the Solar System and Basic Building Skills D11Steven Fisher • Emily Land (D18) Technology Tools for the Special Education Classroom D18Tracy McCarthy • Liz Shovelin (D2) K Schoology Fun Diving in with Self Paced Activities D2Amber Bush • Rebecca Rawls (D9) Tinkering with the C's D9Shayna Herbst • Molly Loch (Library Left) Let's Do WeDo Integrating LEGO Wedo Into Your Curriculum Library LeftKevin Rickard (Library Right) Tech Buddies in the Elementary Classroom Library RightJennifer Grant • Nicole Holdcraft • Megan Smith (C7) Tinker Make Flip 3D learning is a trip C7David Crouse (C15) Teaching in the Digital Classroom A review of Deck Toys and Gimkit C15Allison Krebs • Adam Swindell