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Wednesday, June 12
 

10:45am

The Enchanted Land of HyperDocs

Worksheets just not "working" anymore? Students finishing work and asking what's next? Are you in need of having assignments in one central location? HyperDocs are your Google Tool answer. In this session, you will learn how the "Enchanted Land of HyperDocs" can add a dash of magic to your lesson and student learning.

Speakers
avatar for Krystal Hightower

Krystal Hightower

Educator, Jacksonville North Pulaski County
Krystal Hightower is a 4th grade Science and Social Studies teacher in Jacksonville, AR. She is Level 1 and Level 2 Google certified and she is also has her certifications in Flipgird, Microsoft in Education, and a Common Sense Educator. Her education background includes a Masters... Read More →


Wednesday June 12, 2019 10:45am - 11:40am
B104

11:50am

Flipping your Classroom

Basic PowerPoint, media technologies, and note taking tools can now be flipped into a learner-centered model in which class time explores topics in greater depth. The ‘content delivery' take various forms. You will be creating video lessons as the teacher to deliver content. Redefine in-class activities making them more personalized and less didactic while actively involving students in inclusive learning. This presentation is for any skill level. Any device can be used and can be blended with other strategies of learning.

Speakers
avatar for Latisha Broome

Latisha Broome

Biology Teacher, Arlington Community Schools
I have taught Biology for 17 years. I have my degree in Biology, Microbiology, and Education Administration.


Wednesday June 12, 2019 11:50am - 12:45pm
D105

11:50am

Top Ten Things All The Best Teachers Do: A Student's Perspective

Want to know what all the best teachers have in common? Come hear my Top Ten countdown from an actual high school student. Seven classes a day, twelve years of school - I've seen it all and will tell you what students really want from their teachers! Real talk from a real student who loves school, education, and teachers!

Speakers
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Kristen Pinkerton

Student, Sheridan Schools
Kristen Pinkerton is a 2019 graduate of Sheridan High School. She is the valedictorian and the president of National Honor Society. After high school, she plans to pursue a degree in electrical engineering at Arkansas Tech. Kristen loves learning, teachers, and everything about s... Read More →


Wednesday June 12, 2019 11:50am - 12:45pm
D102

11:50am

Why Coach Robotics? A Look at FIRST LEGO League Competition!

Your Elementary/Middle School doesn't have a robotics team? Why not?! Come learn about FIRST Robotics & FIRST LEGO League! Learn about FLL components & core values, general competition guidelines, and advice on getting a new team started!

Speakers
avatar for Cassie Kautzer

Cassie Kautzer

Teacher, Hellstern Middle School
Cassie is a former Wisconsinite, currently in her 10th year of education in Northwest Arkansas, having spent seven years in elementary education and now working in middle level Science. Cassie is a 2014 Presidential Science Awardee (PAEMST) and the 2017 Air Force Association Chapter... Read More →
avatar for Michael Tapee

Michael Tapee

Teacher, Springdale Schools
Michael is passionate about robotics and creating a mathematics classroom rich in student discourse.


Wednesday June 12, 2019 11:50am - 12:45pm
D103

12:55pm

Research In the 21st Century

How can we use Google Docs and Google Slides to introduce a modern research process for students? Let's step through this process together while learning to use these tools to support student learning.

Speakers
avatar for Julie Cobb

Julie Cobb

Technology Integration Specialist, Fort Smith Schools
Julie Cobb has worked in education at both the primary and secondary levels. She currently works as a Technology Integration Specialist in Fort Smith Schools. She has presented at Innovation Institute in Springdale, TICAL Conference in Little Rock, Arkansas, the ASCD National Conference... Read More →


Wednesday June 12, 2019 12:55pm - 1:50pm
D106

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

Personalized Learning: A Survival Guide and Conversion Kit for 5th - 12th Grade Educators

Are you ready to transform your classroom into *the* destination for student independence, inquiry, innovation and creativity? This session will fearlessly kick start your journey to Personalized Learning and convert you from hands-on-the-wheel educator to entrepreneur of your classroom. You will leave with an individualized road map to get you started immediately. The session is aimed primarily at 5th - 12th grade educators. All you need is a pen / pencil and a growth mindset.

Speakers
avatar for John Redfern

John Redfern

Computer Science Teacher, Don Tyson School of Innovation
I am a fourth year teacher at the Don Tyson School of Innovation in Springdale, Arkansas. I am the school’s Computer Science teacher. My personal outlook is firmly grounded in both practical realities and problem solving. My goal is to help students become better human beings by... Read More →


Wednesday June 12, 2019 2:00pm - 2:55pm
D106

2:00pm

Creating Impactors

The Creating Impactors session targets educators who wish to empower youth in becoming citizen leaders by transforming from recipients of information and resources into doers, problem solvers, creators of ideas, and valuable contributing members of society. Educators will think deeply about the purpose of education, what motivates students, and ways to support youth in making meaningful contributions through innovative ideas, while demonstrating mastery of major curricular concepts. BYOD or don't.

Come engage in making a Social Impact within your classroom, team, or whole school and bring a rich purpose to learning. Mission driven for full student voice and communication of ideas, and appropriate for all levels. “The world does not care about what you know, but rather what you do with that knowledge.”

Speakers
avatar for Jayna Moffit

Jayna Moffit

Educator, Lincoln Junior High School
Jayna Moffit is National Board Certified, Teach for America Alumni, and Arkansas Teacher of the Year Finalist with numerous awards. Moffit, a mother of three, fell into teaching and continues her unconventional approach by focusing on developing youth impactors through insightful... Read More →


Wednesday June 12, 2019 2:00pm - 4:00pm
D111

3:05pm

TechStart Today

Though TechStart has been around for a few years, many things have changed. There is no hardware needed, all projects are internet based, and coding is now the focus. Some things have not changed; TechStart is still a free, open source program that offers introductory on ramp experiences to the world of computer science. By signing up for TechStart, you get access to exciting projects along with personalized support and recognition opportunities. Come learn about the new projects, how to get started, and how to use TechStart tools to grow your students.

Speakers
avatar for Tina Lewis

Tina Lewis

Exhibitor/Vendor, EAST Initiative
Facebook Initiative and Free Coding Resources


Wednesday June 12, 2019 3:05pm - 4:00pm
B105
 
Thursday, June 13
 

11:50am

Flipping your Classroom

Basic PowerPoint, media technologies, and note taking tools can now be flipped into a learner-centered model in which class time explores topics in greater depth. The ‘content delivery' take various forms. You will be creating video lessons as the teacher to deliver content. Redefine in-class activities making them more personalized and less didactic while actively involving students in inclusive learning. This presentation is for any skill level. Any device can be used and can be blended with other strategies of learning.

Speakers
avatar for Latisha Broome

Latisha Broome

Biology Teacher, Arlington Community Schools
I have taught Biology for 17 years. I have my degree in Biology, Microbiology, and Education Administration.


Thursday June 13, 2019 11:50am - 12:45pm
D105

11:50am

Pod Chef -- Cooking Up Podcasts in Your Class

Looking to SPICE up your classroom projects? Are your students tired of the same old BLAND assignments? Then it's time to COOK UP some engagement and authentic learning with podcasts! With a dash of Google, a pinch of imagination and a sprinkle of your instruction, your students will be whipping up a batch of their own audio awesomeness in no time.

Speakers
avatar for Josh Howard

Josh Howard

Instructional Coach/Teacher Leader, Fulton Public Schools
Josh Howard is the Technology Integration Specialist in the Fulton Public School District.


Thursday June 13, 2019 11:50am - 12:45pm
D100

2:00pm

Personalized Learning: A Survival Guide and Conversion Kit for 5th - 12th Grade Educators

Are you ready to transform your classroom into *the* destination for student independence, inquiry, innovation and creativity? This session will fearlessly kick start your journey to Personalized Learning and convert you from hands-on-the-wheel educator to entrepreneur of your classroom. You will leave with an individualized road map to get you started immediately. The session is aimed primarily at 5th - 12th grade educators. All you need is a pen / pencil and a growth mindset.

Speakers
avatar for John Redfern

John Redfern

Computer Science Teacher, Don Tyson School of Innovation
I am a fourth year teacher at the Don Tyson School of Innovation in Springdale, Arkansas. I am the school’s Computer Science teacher. My personal outlook is firmly grounded in both practical realities and problem solving. My goal is to help students become better human beings by... Read More →


Thursday June 13, 2019 2:00pm - 2:55pm
D106

3:05pm

Grading Smarter Not Harder

Do you love spending all your nights and weekends grading? If so, this session is NOT for you! Join this discussion to learn why innovation starts with how we assess student learning. When you grade smarter, not harder, you'll find grading more authentic, better aligned to instruction, and believe it or not - faster!

Speakers
avatar for Ben Lagrone

Ben Lagrone

Instruction, Administration Offices
Ben works as an Instructional Specialist for Springdale schools. He has extensive experience with project based learning, curriculum writing, and edtech. He lives in Springdale with his wife, three kids, and one of those annoying little "yappy" dogs. He's a marathoner, hiker, and... Read More →


Thursday June 13, 2019 3:05pm - 4:00pm
D103

3:05pm

Why Coach Robotics? A Look at FIRST LEGO League Competition!

Your Elementary/Middle School doesn't have a robotics team? Why not?! Come learn about FIRST Robotics & FIRST LEGO League! Learn about FLL components & core values, general competition guidelines, and advice on getting a new team started!

Speakers
avatar for Cassie Kautzer

Cassie Kautzer

Teacher, Hellstern Middle School
Cassie is a former Wisconsinite, currently in her 10th year of education in Northwest Arkansas, having spent seven years in elementary education and now working in middle level Science. Cassie is a 2014 Presidential Science Awardee (PAEMST) and the 2017 Air Force Association Chapter... Read More →
avatar for Michael Tapee

Michael Tapee

Teacher, Springdale Schools
Michael is passionate about robotics and creating a mathematics classroom rich in student discourse.


Thursday June 13, 2019 3:05pm - 4:00pm
D102
 


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