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Wednesday, June 12
 

10:45am

Design Thinking, Art Stations, and Self-Directed Achievement

Join Mr. Craig Ford as he unpacks the Design Thinking Process (DTP) and how it transformed his jr. high art classroom into a design proto-lab creating the artists and designers of tomorrow! Learn how the DTP can be applied to both collaborative and individual art projects while creating student self-directed achievement through the use of Google apps! Discuss Design Thinking, collaborative design, and art stations with like-minded educational innovators! And finally, leave with a variety of resources that will help you innovate your classroom with Design Thinking, collaboration, and student self-directed achievement!

Speakers
avatar for Craig Ford

Craig Ford

Educator, Lincoln Junior High
Art Educator, Illustrator, Collaborative Designer, and Mentor, Mr. Craig Ford wears many hats. Armed with Design Thinking and a daring and disruptive nature, Craig has transformed his jr. high art room into a design proto-lab endeavoring to produce wave after wave of tomorrow's top... Read More →


Wednesday June 12, 2019 10:45am - 11:40am
D104

10:45am

Holy Sheets- Using Google Sheets for More than Data

Sheets, the wheelhouse of data collection... But you can use it for so much more! Assign to students and use it for bell-work or daily questions. Use simple formulas to total and grade. Use formatting to easily view information. Create and assign digital rubrics with check boxes. Sheets can be so versatile without data!

Speakers
avatar for Megan Gretzinger

Megan Gretzinger

Educator, Appleton City School District
Megan is in her twelfth year of teaching in rural Missouri. She is the major technology innovator at her school. She loves using technology in her classroom and sharing knowledge with her fellow teachers.


Wednesday June 12, 2019 10:45am - 11:40am
B107

10:45am

CommonLit Gets it Done

Come learn about a comprehensive online reading resource for all students grades 3rd-12th. We welcome all skill levels, bring your laptop, and get ready to explore CommonLit and online tool to drive instruction in Literacy.

Speakers
avatar for Amanda Smith

Amanda Smith

Educator, Springdale School District
DS

Deanie Sullivan

Teacher, Springdale School District


Wednesday June 12, 2019 10:45am - 11:40am
B110

12:55pm

Moving Blended Instruction to Blended Learning

Moving Blended Instruction to Blended Learning can be a hard task by yourself. Come to this session to collaborate with others to discover ways of taking current online instructional tools and letting students own the path, place, and pace of the learning. In this session, we will discuss the differences between Blended Instruction and Blended Learning. Participants will then collaborate to brainstorm different ways they can use online tools to transfer the ownership of the learning to the students.

Participants will leave with ideas of how to use current online tools in new innovative ways.

Possible Tools - Flipgrid, Google Docs, Google Slides, Padlet, Quizizz, Quizlet, Adobe Spark, Smore

Link to presentation:  http://bit.ly/movingi2


Speakers
avatar for Nathan Dingman

Nathan Dingman

Instructional Coach/Teacher Leader, Webb City R-7
Nathan Dingman, District Instructional Technology Coach. Nathan works with teachers to improve the use of technology in their classrooms from K-12. Nathan has presented at Greenbush Technology Summit in Girard, Kansas, at MOREnet 2017 the Missouri State Conference hosted by Morenet... Read More →
BK

Brenda Kaiser

Instructional Coach/Teacher Leader, Webb City R-7
Brenda is a high school teacher leader who has presented a variety of tech tool workshops for Missouri Business Leaders Association and at Southwest Center’s Technology Summit in Monett, Missouri.


Wednesday June 12, 2019 12:55pm - 1:50pm
B106

2:00pm

30 for 30 - What if i told you... “Google Tour Creator Changed My Life”

Use Google Tour Creator to create and publish VR tours. You can use Google Street View panoramas, add your own images from 360-degree cameras, and annotate the tour with details to create immersive experiences. You can add tours you create in Tour Creator to your Google Expeditions app. You can also add tours you like or share on Poly to the app.  https://vr.google.com/tourcreator

https://sites.google.com/sdale.org/tourcreator/home

Speakers
avatar for Ty Davis

Ty Davis

Department of Special Education, Springdale School District
I am an educator for the Springdale School District in Springdale, AR. This is my fifth year in this district. I am currently a Special Education Consultant for our district. Previously I was a Technology Integration Specialist supporting teachers and students. I have taught in... Read More →


Wednesday June 12, 2019 2:00pm - 2:55pm
C104

2:00pm

docAppender

You will have an opportunity to learn about Google Forms & docAppender. You will be provided guided instruction to create a Google Form and set-up your own docAppender.

Speakers
MJ

Melisa Jennings

Teacher, Har-Ber High School
teach chemi-integrated. this is my 2nd year at HBHS my 8th year of teaching chem
avatar for Lara Irvin

Lara Irvin

Teacher, Har-Ber High School
Chemistry, AP ChemistryUsing docappender to give feedback in a private and efficient manner.Using Google Classroom and Google Forms


Wednesday June 12, 2019 2:00pm - 2:55pm
B107

2:00pm

Let's Get Our H5P On!

What is H5P? H5P is a free tool to help teachers create interactive activities that can be embedded in websites and learning management systems. We will learn to use, copy, modify, create, share, and reuse various interactive assessments on various devices. Ready for this adventure? Let's get our H5P on!

Speakers
avatar for Gia Edelen

Gia Edelen

Educator
ES

Emily Smith

French Teacher, Virtual Arkansas


Wednesday June 12, 2019 2:00pm - 2:55pm
B106

2:00pm

Using G Suite to Increase DOK and the 4 C's

Teaching in the 21st century requires that we reexamine our assignments and update them. Include the 4 C's: Critical Thinking, Collaboration, Clearly Communicate Ideas, and Creative Thinking. Consider how to increase the Critical Thinking (DOK). How does G Suite help us to teach differently and prepare students for a digital world ahead of them? Attendees will utilize a Google Classroom and try out some assignments that add at least one C and discuss how to increase DOK levels.

Speakers
avatar for Alice Keeler

Alice Keeler

#i2Sdale Keynote Speaker, Alicekeeler.com
Alice is an expert in EdTech integration. Starting teaching math in 1999 and is currently a math teacher with Chawanakee Unified. She is an adjunct lecturer at California State University Fresno in the teacher credential program. Alice is a mom of 5 kids and lives in Fresno California... Read More →


Wednesday June 12, 2019 2:00pm - 4:00pm
B101

3:05pm

Facilitating Inquiry & Competency-Based Learning in Schoology

Mr. Marquette and Mr. Tinnin will discuss how they implement an Inquiry and Competency-Based learning model in Schoology. They will also demonstrate how student-voice-and-choice factor into a traditional-style grading system. Furthermore, they will share features and elements of Schoology that promote innovative practices, including how multiple assignments across multiple disciplines can calculate a degree of skill-mastery over time. This session is for teachers of all experience levels, and it will be most helpful if you have your laptop running with Schoology software so that you can experiment and tinker with your own classroom along the way.

Speakers
avatar for Michael Marquette

Michael Marquette

Teacher, Don Tyson School of Innovation
Michael Marquette taught and coached at Huntsville High School for 3 years before joining the DTSOI staff in 2017. He currently teaches 6th Grade Social Studies.
AT

Aaron Tinnin

Teacher, atinnin@sdale.org
Aaron Tinnin began his teaching career at the Archer Learning Center in Springdale, Arkansas in 2012. He now teaches 6th Grade English at the Don Tyson School of Innovation.


Wednesday June 12, 2019 3:05pm - 4:00pm
D106
 
Thursday, June 13
 

10:45am

Moving Blended Instruction to Blended Learning

Moving Blended Instruction to Blended Learning can be a hard task by yourself. Come to this session to collaborate with others to discover ways of taking current online instructional tools and letting students own the path, place, and pace of the learning. In this session, we will discuss the differences between Blended Instruction and Blended Learning. Participants will then collaborate to brainstorm different ways they can use online tools to transfer the ownership of the learning to the students.

Participants will leave with ideas of how to use current online tools in new innovative ways.

Possible Tools - Flipgrid, Google Docs, Google Slides, Padlet, Quizizz, Quizlet, Adobe Spark, Smore

Link to Presentation:  http://bit.ly/movingi2

Speakers
avatar for Nathan Dingman

Nathan Dingman

Instructional Coach/Teacher Leader, Webb City R-7
Nathan Dingman, District Instructional Technology Coach. Nathan works with teachers to improve the use of technology in their classrooms from K-12. Nathan has presented at Greenbush Technology Summit in Girard, Kansas, at MOREnet 2017 the Missouri State Conference hosted by Morenet... Read More →
BK

Brenda Kaiser

Instructional Coach/Teacher Leader, Webb City R-7
Brenda is a high school teacher leader who has presented a variety of tech tool workshops for Missouri Business Leaders Association and at Southwest Center’s Technology Summit in Monett, Missouri.


Thursday June 13, 2019 10:45am - 11:40am
B112

10:45am

CommonLit Gets it Done

Come learn about a comprehensive online reading resource for all students grades 3rd-12th. We welcome all skill levels, bring your laptop, and get ready to explore CommonLit and online tool to drive instruction in Literacy.

Speakers
avatar for Amanda Smith

Amanda Smith

Educator, Springdale School District
DS

Deanie Sullivan

Teacher, Springdale School District


Thursday June 13, 2019 10:45am - 11:40am
B106

11:50am

Design Thinking, Art Stations, and Self-Directed Achievement

Join Mr. Craig Ford as he unpacks the Design Thinking Process (DTP) and how it transformed his jr. high art classroom into a design proto-lab creating the artists and designers of tomorrow! Learn how the DTP can be applied to both collaborative and individual art projects while creating student self-directed achievement through the use of Google apps! Discuss Design Thinking, collaborative design, and art stations with like-minded educational innovators! And finally, leave with a variety of resources that will help you innovate your classroom with Design Thinking, collaboration, and student self-directed achievement!

Speakers
avatar for Craig Ford

Craig Ford

Educator, Lincoln Junior High
Art Educator, Illustrator, Collaborative Designer, and Mentor, Mr. Craig Ford wears many hats. Armed with Design Thinking and a daring and disruptive nature, Craig has transformed his jr. high art room into a design proto-lab endeavoring to produce wave after wave of tomorrow's top... Read More →


Thursday June 13, 2019 11:50am - 12:45pm
D111

11:50am

Facilitating Inquiry & Competency-Based Learning in Schoology

Mr. Marquette and Mr. Tinnin will discuss how they implement an Inquiry and Competency-Based learning model in Schoology. They will also demonstrate how student-voice-and-choice factor into a traditional-style grading system. Furthermore, they will share features and elements of Schoology that promote innovative practices, including how multiple assignments across multiple disciplines can calculate a degree of skill-mastery over time. This session is for teachers of all experience levels, and it will be most helpful if you have your laptop running with Schoology software so that you can experiment and tinker with your own classroom along the way.

Speakers
avatar for Michael Marquette

Michael Marquette

Teacher, Don Tyson School of Innovation
Michael Marquette taught and coached at Huntsville High School for 3 years before joining the DTSOI staff in 2017. He currently teaches 6th Grade Social Studies.
AT

Aaron Tinnin

Teacher, atinnin@sdale.org
Aaron Tinnin began his teaching career at the Archer Learning Center in Springdale, Arkansas in 2012. He now teaches 6th Grade English at the Don Tyson School of Innovation.


Thursday June 13, 2019 11:50am - 12:45pm
D106

12:55pm

Choose Your Own GSuite Adventure

Personalized learning, student choice and voice are terms used all the time in education. Wouldn't it be great if you could choose your own professional learning adventure? GSuite users at all levels are invited to attend this session and dive into a variety of GSuite topics covering multiple skill levels. Come experience blended learning and consider how the use of choice boards might be used to meet the variety of needs in your classroom.

Speakers
avatar for Carmen Marty

Carmen Marty

#i2Sdale Featured Speaker, Ed Tech Specialist, Clayton School District
Carmen Marty has worked in the field of education for over 20 years. She is passionate about supporting students in developing their six 6Cs. Through coaching, she helps educators amplify their lessons with technology. She has worked as a teacher, instructional specialist, and as... Read More →


Thursday June 13, 2019 12:55pm - 1:50pm
D102

12:55pm

Let's Get Our H5P On!

What is H5P? H5P is a free tool to help teachers create interactive activities that can be embedded in websites and learning management systems. We will learn to use, copy, modify, create, share, and reuse various interactive assessments on various devices. Ready for this adventure? Let's get our H5P on!

Speakers
avatar for Gia Edelen

Gia Edelen

Educator
ES

Emily Smith

French Teacher, Virtual Arkansas


Thursday June 13, 2019 12:55pm - 1:50pm
B106
 


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