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Thursday, March 12
 

8:30am

Registration
Thursday March 12, 2015 8:30am - 9:00am
Downstairs entrance off of Floyd Avenue 1000 Floyd Avenue, Richmond, VA 23220

9:05am

3 Ways to Increase your 'App'etite
Limited Capacity seats available

Do you struggle to find ways to keep your students hungry for learning? Join us as we share 3 apps that give students voice and choice in project creations that help them show what they know and keep them well-fed. A side of app-smashing will also be served.

Bring your own iPad with ChatterPix, PicCollage and Animoto already downloaded.

Speakers
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Fay Crum

ITRT, Hanover County Public Schools
avatar for Stacie Taylor

Stacie Taylor

Instructional Technology Resource Teacher, Hanover County Public Schools
ITRT for Hanover County - Lee-Davis High, Stonewall Jackson Middle and The Hanover Center for Trades and Technology | | "Learn, Create, Share!"


Thursday March 12, 2015 9:05am - 9:50am
Room 1105

9:05am

Effective PBL in an SOL World
Limited Capacity filling up

Looking for ways to engage your students while addressing content standards and developing essential skills? Deepen your understanding of what project/problem based learning (PBL) is while learning from the presenter’s successes and failures. Leave with tools helpful in developing PBL experiences for your students.

Speakers
avatar for Jamie Mullenaux

Jamie Mullenaux

ITRT, Hanover County Public Schools


Thursday March 12, 2015 9:05am - 9:50am
Room 1104

9:05am

Flipping the Elementary Classroom
Limited Capacity seats available

Want to flip your elementary classroom but don't know where to get started? Don't think it's possible to flip your classroom? We'll show you how to take any class from K-5 and flip it with an in-flip.

Speakers
avatar for James Covais

James Covais

Instructional Technology Resource Teacher, Henrico County Public Schools
Elementary ITRT at: Adams, Baker, Glen Lea, and Ratcliffe
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Rita Roberson

5th Grade Teacher, Henrico County Public Schools
I have been teaching in an Eastern Henrico County Public School for 22 years. I am currently teaching in a 5th grade collaborative setting. I have always embraced technology as a gateway for my students to experience the world at large. I believe that technology levels the playing field and provides an entry for all students to access learning.


Thursday March 12, 2015 9:05am - 9:50am
Room 1102

9:05am

I Like Your Style
Limited Capacity seats available

Knowing the learning styles of the students in your classroom can help you design lessons that better meet their learning needs. This session will review the process used at Tuckahoe Middle School to identify student learning styles, make teachers aware of the styles of learners in their classrooms and gauge the changes in student perception of engagement and flexible teaching styles as teachers learned to be more cognizant of the teaching strategies they selected for teaching content.


Thursday March 12, 2015 9:05am - 9:50am
Room 1100

9:05am

Learn24VA
Limited Capacity seats available

Learn24VA provides an e-learning portal to deliver and support formal and informal learning experiences for students, teachers, and administrators across the Commonwealth. Learn24VA will aggregate, integrate, and deliver a collection of web-based tools, applications, content, and courses. Learners and families will have access to a variety of formal and informal learning experiences that extend beyond the school day.

Speakers
avatar for Cheri Kelleher

Cheri Kelleher

Program Coordinator - Virtual Virginia, Virginia


Thursday March 12, 2015 9:05am - 9:50am
Room 2107

9:05am

Personalize Visuals for Learning
Limited Capacity seats available

Explore how teachers and students can create visuals to fit the needs of desired learning outcomes with accessible applications. This breakout session will focus on researched based findings on the effectiveness of visuals in learning, starter steps for creating your own visuals with Google Drawing and Geogebra, and detail two lessons (HS Algebra and English 9) in which visuals where used to enhance the student learning experience. Please bring internet connected device with content creation abilities (laptop).

Speakers
avatar for Jon Gregori

Jon Gregori

Art Teacher & ITRT, HCPS
Art teacher and ITRT


Thursday March 12, 2015 9:05am - 9:50am
Room 2201

9:05am

Putting Students in the Driver's Seat
Limited Capacity seats available

This session will have you rethinking lesson creation and management to promote ownership of the learning. Increasing student buy-in and even giving teachers back some precious time. You'll be amazed at what your students can do!

Speakers
avatar for Gillian Wilson

Gillian Wilson

Technology Integrator, Chesterfield County Public Schools


Thursday March 12, 2015 9:05am - 9:50am
Room 2104

9:05am

Student Blogging with Google Sites
Limited Capacity seats available

In this session, participants will create a sample blog for use in a language arts classroom using Google Sites. Google Sites is a free tool that is part of Google Apps for Education. Participants will need a laptop or device capable of accessing sites.google.com in order to get the most out of this session.

Speakers
avatar for Garry Marshall

Garry Marshall

Instructional Technology Resource Teacher,, Henrico County Public Schools
I'm originally from Southwest Virginia. I attended college at a small school in North Carolina (St. Andrews) where I earned a degree in biology and philosophy. I also attended VCU for my Master's in Educational Leadership. Almost 15 years ago, I moved to Henrico to join the laptop initiative as a science and reading teacher. My passion is working with teachers to improve instruction through student engagement.


Thursday March 12, 2015 9:05am - 9:50am
Room 1201

9:05am

Teaching with TED Talks
Limited Capacity seats available

This presentation addresses a variety of ways teachers can use TED Talks in the classroom: to spark discussion and persuasive writing assignments, to serve as models for public speaking, and to initiate independent, student-centered research projects. Examples of student work will be shared, including video clips of 8th grade students delivering their own TED Talks.

Speakers
avatar for Kim Tupponce

Kim Tupponce

Gifted and Talented Educator, King William County Public Schools
Kim is an educator with 20 years of experience in grades 4-8. She currently teaches middle school gifted and talented. In her classroom maker space students use MaKey MaKey, LittleBits, 3D printing, Arduino, and green screen. | Blog: http://livelearnteach.edublogs.org | Twitter: @formerlyStars | Google+: Kim Tupponce


Thursday March 12, 2015 9:05am - 9:50am
Room 2100

9:05am

Networking/Open Session
Description:  Participants may use this time to connect with other educators, collaborate and discuss topics of their choosing, and/or visit the vendors.

Thursday March 12, 2015 9:05am - 9:50am
Designated common areas

10:00am

11:00am

Do you Thinkglink?
Limited Capacity seats available

Thinglink is a web based tool that incorporates interactive elements with images, text, videos and more. Create and bring engaging learning activities to your teaching and student learning.

Speakers
avatar for Cathy Maher

Cathy Maher

Instructional Technology Integrator, Chesterfield County Public Schools
Chesterfield County


Thursday March 12, 2015 11:00am - 11:45am
Room 1100

11:00am

End the Mapathy
Limited Capacity seats available

Learn how you and your students can create customized maps and flyover video tours. Discover sites that combine timelines with maps for teaching the sequence of events. See how students have used maps to learn about distance, measurement, elapsed time, multiplication, and shapes. Explore the ocean depths and outer space, all within Google Earth.

Speakers
avatar for David Clough

David Clough

Instructional Technology Resource Teacher, Henrico County Public Schools
Elementary ITRT at: Holladay, Laburnum, Trevvett, and Varina
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Alfonse Favale

Instructional Technology Resource Teacher, Henrico County Public Schools
Elementary ITRT at: Gayton, Nuckols Farm, Rivers Edge, and Springfield Park


Thursday March 12, 2015 11:00am - 11:45am
Room 2107

11:00am

Flipped Learning for Beginners
Limited Capacity seats available

It's time to Flip Your Classroom Upside Down! Reach every student anytime and anywhere by creating video tutorials and screencasts of lessons. Reach students who are absent, need remediation, and even those who go at a faster pace! It's time to transform your classroom, 21st Century Style!

Devices Suggested:
Laptop/Ipad or tablet with embedded or detached webcam
Flash drive
Earphones
Smartphone

Suggested Email Account:
Gmail

Materials Needed:
Lesson Plan Samples
Curriculum/Pacing Guide


Speakers
avatar for Sommer Jones

Sommer Jones

ITRT, Hopewell City Public Schools
 After 7 years of teaching English, it feels incredible to begin year two as an Instructional Technology Specialist. Simply striving for excellence as a learner first, while working with teachers and students to increase authentic learning within the classroom. Follow my journey on Twitter @sotechcellent.


Thursday March 12, 2015 11:00am - 11:45am
Room 2100

11:00am

GAFE in the 21st Century Classroom
Limited Capacity seats available

During this session, we’ll take a look at the Google Apps through the lens of the 21st century instruction. Conversations will focus on 21st Century categories, and how we can utilize GAFE to touch these categories at a high level. Examples will be from all ES and MS levels and will utilize the different apps, scripts, and any other tricks of the trades our teachers have utilized.

Speakers
avatar for Jonathan P. Wirsing

Jonathan P. Wirsing

Education Specialist - IT, Henrico County Public Schools


Thursday March 12, 2015 11:00am - 11:45am
Room 2201

11:00am

Instant Engagement with Nearpod
Limited Capacity seats available

Nearpod is an innovative collaborative tool that can be used across all mobile devices. Nearpod engages students, controls the learning environment, and produces in-depth reports for immediate feedback. This hands-on opportunity (laptop needed) will allow participants to create a sample presentation that combines information, engagement, and assessment in a single, integrated Nearpod presentation.

Speakers
avatar for Andrea Lund

Andrea Lund

ITRT, Henrico County Public Schools
avatar for Andrew Neiburg

Andrew Neiburg

ITRT, HCPS


Thursday March 12, 2015 11:00am - 11:45am
Room 1105

11:00am

iTunes U: Using the Free Cross-Platform Collaboration Tool in your Classroom
Limited Capacity seats available

iTunes U is the world’s largest repository of free education content, and it's a FREE tool that you can also use with your own existing content. With over 750,000 audio, video, PDF, and ePub assets as well as full courses, you’ll find content covering just about every topic imagineable. This content comes from hundreds of colleges and universities, K-12 school districts and teachers, and respected museums, libraries, and public broadcasting stations. You can use content and courses from colleagues around the world, and you can create, manage, and share your own courses and content right from a webpage or from the iTunes U app on your iPad. Join us as we walk you through setting up an iTunes U course, looking at other courses from around the country and around the world, and answering any questions that you may have. If you bring an iPad or a laptop, you'll walk out with a demo course ready to use as a model in your own classroom.

Speakers

Thursday March 12, 2015 11:00am - 11:45am
Room 1201

11:00am

Redefining Learning
Limited Capacity seats available

What has technology integration done for your school? Examining project based learning through the SAMR lens lets everyone understand the real impact of technology. This session will help you formulate the right questions to ask when planning learning activities to help you truly transform teaching and learning through the use of technology.

Speakers
avatar for Bea Leiderman

Bea Leiderman

Technology Coach, Goochland County Public Schools
Bea has been working with students and teachers at Goochland Middle School and Goochland High School for almost a decade. Currently, Bea spends much of her time in classrooms facilitating learning activities in a 1:1 iPad environment. During her free time, Bea photographs insects and other small creatures, and has published three interactive books available for free at the Apple iBook Store.


Thursday March 12, 2015 11:00am - 11:45am
Room 1104

11:00am

Social Media for Professional Development
Limited Capacity seats available

Learn what’s new and relevant in Education today and how to connect with others in your field. Join social media venues and discover and follow “experts” that relate to their role in Education. (Twitter, Facebook, Edmodo, Pinterest, RSS Readers for Blogs and Wikis)

Speakers
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Heather Causey

ITRT, Hanover County Schools
Hanover Public Schools


Thursday March 12, 2015 11:00am - 11:45am
Room 2104

11:00am

Why should students blog in Language Arts?
Limited Capacity seats available

In this presentation, participants will hear about how student blogging can impact the whole Language Arts curriculum. Participants will explore how blogging can improve information fluency, writing, communication, and research skills.

Speakers
avatar for Melissa R. Woltz

Melissa R. Woltz

English 8 Teacher, Henrico County Public Schools
Writing, Reading, Teaching, Technology...


Thursday March 12, 2015 11:00am - 11:45am
Room 1102

11:00am

Networking/Open Session
Participants may use this time to connect with other educators, collaborate and discuss topics of their choosing, and/or visit the vendors.

Thursday March 12, 2015 11:00am - 11:45am
Designated common areas

11:45am

Luncheon
Thursday March 12, 2015 11:45am - 1:00pm
TBA

1:00pm

Flipped Classroom in an Elementary Setting
Limited Capacity seats available

The idea of the "Flipped Classroom" has been all the rage in Middle Schools and High Schools throughout the country. Is it a possibility at the Elementary School level? Find out how to implement some "flipped out" strategies in your Elementary Math instruction.

Speakers
avatar for Gina Browne

Gina Browne

Instructional Technology Resource Teacher, Henrico County Public Schools
Elementary ITRT at: Arthur Ashe, Maybeury, Shady Grove, and Skipwith
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Heidi P. Santos

Henrico County Public Schools


Thursday March 12, 2015 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Room 2104

1:00pm

Going Paperless with Google Classroom
Limited Capacity filling up

This session will discuss how we have used Google Classroom this year, and how it has transformed our classroom to paperless. Google Classroom offers a streamlined way for teachers and students to maximize the potential of Google Drive. We will walk through how to setup and use Google Classroom, and discuss the pros and limitations of using Google Classroom. Participants must have some familiarity with Google Drive.

Speakers
avatar for Brittany Groff

Brittany Groff

Instructional Technology Resource Specialist, King William County Public Schools
I am the ITRS for King William County Public Schools, as well as a PhD candidate (ABD) in Learning, Design, and Technology from Penn State. | | I love learning how to implement tech tools in the curriculum, so they help teachers teach, and students learn! I specialize in Apple products, Google Education, One-to-One computing programs, and Augmented Reality.
avatar for Kim Tupponce

Kim Tupponce

Gifted and Talented Educator, King William County Public Schools
Kim is an educator with 20 years of experience in grades 4-8. She currently teaches middle school gifted and talented. In her classroom maker space students use MaKey MaKey, LittleBits, 3D printing, Arduino, and green screen. | Blog: http://livelearnteach.edublogs.org | Twitter: @formerlyStars | Google+: Kim Tupponce


Thursday March 12, 2015 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Room 1102

1:00pm

Harry Potter Comes to School
Limited Capacity seats available

Remember the paintings that came to life in Harry Potter? That power exists within each teacher and each student. How? Through the "magic" of augmented reality.
Holding a tablet or phone in front of a picture or text can now turn the image into something entirely different, allowing for movies, slideshows, music, or other information to augment reality.

Speakers
avatar for Eric De Boer

Eric De Boer

Instructional Technology Specialist, Saint Bridget School
Born & shaped in Michigan. Diversified & deepened by Philadelphia. Putting down roots & discovering the South. | | Learner. Technology explorer. Collaborator. Husband. Ultimate frisbee player. | | @edtechwolverine


Thursday March 12, 2015 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Room 2100

1:00pm

Putting the World in your Students' Hands, One Click at a Time
Limited Capacity seats available

Want to travel to Greece, Rome, Egypt, and Jamestown for FREE?? You can go to all those places and more with Google Tour Builder. Tool Builder allows students to easily make tours with embedded video, links, descriptions, and best of all they can fly to any location they are studying.

Speakers
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Janet A. Driver

Librarian, Henrico County Public Schools
Henrico County
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Karen Hues

Instructional Technology Resource Teacher, Henrico County Public Schools
Elementary ITRT at: Davis, Greenwood, Longan, and Montrose


Thursday March 12, 2015 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Room 1105

1:00pm

Reel Them In with BYOD!
Limited Capacity seats available

Learn how to manage BYOD in the classroom to customize student learning experiences. Discussion will promote digital citizenship and academic success through BYOD tools. Participate in learning experiences just like your students would by bringing your smartphones, laptops, or tablets!

Speakers
avatar for Jennifer Hicks

Jennifer Hicks

ITRT, Hanover County Public Schools
I've been an elementary ITRT for15 years! I currently work at Kersey Creek ES, Pole Green ES, and Rural Point ES. Google, Twitter, and content specific programs are my favorites! I'm also an avid baseball fan of my boys (they play at Glen Allen HS and for the Evoshield Seminoles, and our cousin is a catcher for the Minnesota Twins)!


Thursday March 12, 2015 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Room 1201

1:00pm

SMART Professional Development
Limited Capacity seats available

Personal professional development the SMART way! Come learn about all the free opportunities SMART Technologies has to offer teachers, from the SMART Exchange and the SMART Learning Space to the SMART Exemplary Educator (SEE) program.

Speakers
avatar for Kate Kanach

Kate Kanach

ITRT, Hanover County Public Schools
I am an Instructional Technology Resource Teacher (ITRT) for Hanover County Public Schools in Virginia. I serve Oak Knoll Middle and Hanover High schools. I hold my post-graduate professional teaching license for secondary English/Language Arts and have my M.Ed. in Adult Education and Training. I am a SMART Exemplary Educator (SEE), Thinkfinity Certified Field Trainer, and Discovery STAR Educator.


Thursday March 12, 2015 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Room 1100

1:00pm

Start to Finish: Meet Students Where they Are, and Take Them Where they Need to Be
Limited Capacity filling up

Explore how various tools - Animoto, Audacity, ThingLink, SoundCloud, and Vine - can help you differentiate assignments to produce successful projects, meet state standards with 21st century skills, and promote collaboration between classroom teachers, librarians, and technology specialists.

Speakers
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Angela Smith

English Teacher, HCPS


Thursday March 12, 2015 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Room 1104

1:00pm

Universal Design for Learning: Reaching All Learners
Limited Capacity seats available

Engage your students with diversity and choice! Learn the basics of UDL and how to use these principles to reach your diverse learners. Bring a lesson to udl-ify, BYOD to test out resources, or just bring an open mind. Come and learn how to empower students to take control of their own learning.

Speakers
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Casey B. Nugent

ITRT
Hanover County


Thursday March 12, 2015 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Room 2107

1:00pm

Using Google Forms for Writing Conferences
Limited Capacity seats available

This session will provide an overview of Google Forms and how this tool can be used for quick, easy data collection. Blogging will also be discussed. Sample Writing Conference forms will be shared with a website link of all resources available to participants.

Speakers
avatar for Tamara Letter

Tamara Letter

ITRT, Hanover County Public Schools
An educator with 19 years experience, passions include blogging, passion projects, random acts of kindness, and networking through Twitter. Follow me on Twitter @HCPSTinyTech so we can learn and grow together!


Thursday March 12, 2015 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Room 2201

1:00pm

Networking/Open Session
Participants may use this time to connect with other educators, collaborate and discuss topics of their choosing, and/or visit the vendors.

Thursday March 12, 2015 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Designated common areas

1:45pm

Networking/Open Session
Use this break time to connect and collaborate with other educators, meet with vendors, and make new friends!

Thursday March 12, 2015 1:45pm - 2:15pm
Designated classrooms and common areas

2:15pm

Coding Like a DJ
Limited Capacity seats available

The presenters will demonstrate how the Scratch 2.0 website allows students to create animations, tell stories, and create games through coding. This free resource builds upon the legacy of Logo and develops critical thinking.

Speakers
avatar for John Hendron

John Hendron

Director of Innovation & Strategy, Goochland County Schools
Interested in transforming schools into deeper learning environments that empower students to maximize their potential
avatar for Bea Leiderman

Bea Leiderman

Technology Coach, Goochland County Public Schools
Bea has been working with students and teachers at Goochland Middle School and Goochland High School for almost a decade. Currently, Bea spends much of her time in classrooms facilitating learning activities in a 1:1 iPad environment. During her free time, Bea photographs insects and other small creatures, and has published three interactive books available for free at the Apple iBook Store.


Thursday March 12, 2015 2:15pm - 3:00pm
Room 2100

2:15pm

Flip Your Classroom with Digital Story Telling
Limited Capacity seats available

Learn how to integrate mystorybook.com,Windows Movie Maker, and Photostory into your classrooom. Enhance student learning through hands on student created projects which can span cross curricular. Students can incorporate audio digitial images and video, all while learning learning how to edit videos. Students will create interactive books that can be stored in the cloud.

Speakers
avatar for Aimee R Gallant

Aimee R Gallant

6th Grade English, Hopewell Public Schools
I teach 6th Grade Language in Hopewell. I have a been teaching there for 14 years. I love to integrate technology into my classroom.
avatar for Janice M Skipwith

Janice M Skipwith

ITRT, Carter G. Woodson Middle School


Thursday March 12, 2015 2:15pm - 3:00pm
Room 1100

2:15pm

Intro & Exit Strategies - Engaging Your Students Coming and Going
Limited Capacity seats available

Looking for new ways to hook your students into your lessons and have them leave your class happy that they received and "easy A?" This hands on presentation will talk about simple strategies using instructional technology that can help teachers measure their student's progress, while getting them excited about the day's lesson and making it memorable.

Devices need are a PC with Google Chrome installed or any hand-held mobile device or tablet.

Speakers
avatar for David Dunavant

David Dunavant

ITRT, Henrico County Public Schools
It has always been my philosophy that students best learn through constructivism. I believe it is important for teachers to provide students with authentic learning experiences, so that students and teachers can take learning to a much higher level than what the state standards prescribe. Solving problems by applying the content to the real world makes teaching and learning much more meaningful and enjoyable. With good teacher facilitation... Read More →


Thursday March 12, 2015 2:15pm - 3:00pm
Room 2104

2:15pm

It's not as hard as it looks! How to make the most of instruction with multiple platforms and without reinventing the wheel
Limited Capacity seats available

You want to up your game, but you don't have 1:1? Maybe you don't have a full set of laptops or ipads and have to mix platforms? Have a lot of great stuff but just need a solution that won't cause you to reinvent the wheel? Come checkout many ways it can be done.

Speakers
avatar for Tim Bakner

Tim Bakner

Technology Coach, Virginia Beach City Public Schools
I am an instructional technology specialist at Linkhorn Park Elementary. Please bring your laptop and be ready to have fun.


Thursday March 12, 2015 2:15pm - 3:00pm
Room 2107

2:15pm

K-12 Technology Integration using the TPACK Framework
Limited Capacity seats available

Technology by itself does little to improve teaching and learning, but in the hands of a skilled educator it can be transformative. This session will present the TPACK framework for integrating technology in the K-12 classroom, and examine how through the consideration of pedagogy, content and technology as inter-related parts, effective technology-rich instruction can be designed.

Speakers

Thursday March 12, 2015 2:15pm - 3:00pm
Room 1201

2:15pm

Oh the Things Chrome Can Do! Using Chrome Apps to Expand Your Teaching
Limited Capacity filling up

New to Chrome and Google Apps? Come explore the wonderful world of Chrome Apps that can be used to expand your teaching in the 21st Century. Please bring a laptop to this session.

Speakers
avatar for Doug Saunders

Doug Saunders

ITRT, Henrico County Public Schools
Let's do this!
avatar for Rachael Toy

Rachael Toy

ITRT, Henrico County Public Schools
As a middle school math and science teacher, I always enjoyed pushing my craft in the area of instructional technology. Now in my third year as an ITRT at L. Douglas Wilder Middle School, I continue to grow as I coach teachers in the art of 21st Century teaching. I am looking forward to connecting, collaborating and learning with you.


Thursday March 12, 2015 2:15pm - 3:00pm
Room 1104

2:15pm

Rekindling Academic Success Through Online & Blended Learning Experiences
Limited Capacity seats available

Today’s diverse population of students presents a multitude of challenges for educators. Online / Blended learning solutions are becoming more prevalent and widely accepted in order to meet the needs of all learners. Come explore how the Spotsylvania County Public School Division is using digital platforms to personalize learning to "rekindle" students' academic success.

Speakers
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Meg Foley

Spotsylvania County


Thursday March 12, 2015 2:15pm - 3:00pm
Room 2201

2:15pm

The WOW Factor—Again
Limited Capacity seats available

Would you like to spruce up you lessons so you are not doing the same thing the same way each year? Check out these exciting websites that will WOW your students. Correlated to the SOLs monthly, the websites presented are interactive, help teach concepts and give additional practice that will engage students who are struggling. They can also challenge students who are ready. You will even be introduced to a few iPad apps.

Speakers
avatar for Marci Rosenthal

Marci Rosenthal

ITRT, Richmond Public Schools
With a Master’s Degree in Instructional Technology,  I have been an ITRT since 2006 when the program began. Before this, my experience was on the elementary level, teaching multiple grades, and as a Library Media specialist. Presentations at EdTech Conferences, VSTE Conferences, and City Wide Staff Developments are an enjoyable part of my career. For the past 10 years, I have been publishing a monthly newsletter on the elementary... Read More →


Thursday March 12, 2015 2:15pm - 3:00pm
Room 1105

2:15pm

Using Google Forms for Formative Assessment & Remediation
Limited Capacity seats available

A formative assessment tool with built in feedback can be a powerful tool to assess students understanding over the course of a unit. In this session you will learn how to leverage the power of Google Forms to create a formative assessment tool that not only asks students questions, but also provides students with instant remediation and feedback if the student answers incorrectly. To participate in this session you will need a Google account and preferably a laptop or Chromebook.

Speakers
avatar for Christopher A. Biagiarelli

Christopher A. Biagiarelli

Technology Integrator, Chesterfield County Public Schools
Having worked in Chesterfield County Public Schools for 10 years both as a 5th grade teacher (8 years) and a technology integrator (2 years) has given me a unique perspective on how technology integration as evolved in my district. Along with supporting over 200 faculty members and their administrators in 2 different schools, I'm also part of a team which collects data from all 65 locations in Chesterfield and analyzes the service provided by... Read More →


Thursday March 12, 2015 2:15pm - 3:00pm
Room 1102

2:15pm

Networking/Open Session
Participants may use this time to connect with other educators, collaborate and discuss topics of their choosing, and/or visit the vendors.

Thursday March 12, 2015 2:15pm - 3:00pm
Designated common areas