NPAECT Mini-Keys Conference
Saturday, November 14th, 2015
Break Out Sessions:
by: Jennifer Brinson & Nicole Hill
Twitter, Google, Facebook and Plurk oh my! How do you connect with other educators and extend your learning beyond the walls of your school?
Effective Tech Ideas? Come & Get 'Em!
by: Traci Blazosky
I will share innovative, cross-curricular tech tools & lessons that I use in my own classroom. iPad apps, Passport Books, QR Code & Aurasma Scavenger Hunts & more! We will also explore ways to integrate S.O.S. strategies like: What Did They Say?!?, Tweet!Tweet!, and Six Word Story. This session will give you an assortment of new ideas coupled with new uses for tech favorites. You'll definitely gain something from this presentation!
by: Dr. Sam Fecich and Grove City College Pre-Service Teachers: Bethany Stobie, Mackenzie Griffith, Sarah Miller, Katy Gibson, Julianna Joseph, and Stephanie Walker--
Augmented reality is a unique technology that is being used to combine the real world and virtual world together. By using augmented reality you can engage students in learning like never before. During this session you will learn about several different apps to create augmented reality activities to use in your classroom tomorrow. Some apps include: Quiver, QR codes, Chromville Science, and more! Please bring a mobile device to engage with the content.
Speed Dating with Ed Tech
by: Jennifer Brinson & Nicole Hill--Speed dating consists of participants sharing a tool that is invaluable in their classrooms. Just as speed dating allows people to learn a little about their partner, this edtech version allows people to gain a slice of knowledge about a Web2.0 or mobile application. In 60-90 seconds partners will sell a Web2.0 tool/ app & switch partners.
by: Kelsi Wilcox Boyles
Join us as we explore interactive ways to engage students. We’ll look at Nearpod, Adobe Slate, and Haiku Deck
What’s up in formative assessment?
by: Shaun McLoughlin
This workshop will explore current web-based applications that let you, the teacher, take the temperature of the room while you deliver instruction and gain valuable data that both supports and validates your instruction. We will look at a variety of methods including GoFormative, Nearpod, Plickers, and Socrative.
The Open Source Educator
by: Josh Bundy
This session provides tips for useful websites and technology programs that are completely free. This saves money on your budget, and also gives your students valuable tools that they can use anywhere they have internet access. Tools include free online code tutorials, 3D modeling programs, and photo editing websites.
The Role of Keystones and Preservice
by: John Danchisko
KTIs are expected to lead and connect educators as advocates for developing technologically integrated pedagogy within and beyond the classroom. This role is enhanced when collaborating with preservice teachers. Questions arise: What role does technology play in the professional evolution of preservice teachers and to what degree does this help or hinder teacher development? In the era of 24/7 plugged in access, should student teachers be expected to be available outside of the school day? To what role does the host teacher stay connected through digital means? The role of this session is to engage in a conversation that addresses the role of the host teacher as a Keystone and the experience of preservice teachers, especially when considering technology integration.
Google Slides Link: https://goo.gl/KLdQ9G
Google Doc for Word Cloud: https://goo.gl/m8KAKv
Learning with Bots
by: Jennifer Brinson & Nicole Hill
Students learn best when they engage in hands on problem solving and interactive lessons. Come to this session to engage in hands on learning with Sphero, Ollie and Ozobot.