2016 Milford Technology Summit

Hope you can join us August 15 and 16, 2016!

2016 Milford Technology Summit Details

Join us for 2 days of Technology Professional Development Sessions taught by Milford teachers!
  • Free Tech PD in your flip flops!
  • No sign-up required, just show up!! Voluntary event to help all staff with technology!
  • Chromebooks will be provided for use during the Milford Tech Summit!
  • Attend hands-on sessions to create teaching and learning materials.
  • Collaborate with your department, grade level , or team in work spaces and during sessions.
  • Win prizes, try out technology tools, learn about engaging technology tools and resources!
  • Earn 1 Semester Hour of Ashland University credit for $175. Sign up when you arrive!
  • Earn PD hours for the sessions you attend!
  • Lunch is on your own both days from 12:00-1:00!
1 Semester of Ashland University Credit Details

Click here to find out how to earn credit!

Milford Technology Summit Resources

Resources for the Technology Summit will be available here in August!

Monday, August 15 Schedule

Open from 8:00-3:00 Both Days!!

  • Media Center: Open space to work and collaborate and receive tech help!
  • Room B12: Don't forget to visit room B12 for demonstrations, refreshments, and to have fun with the props in the photo booth!
  • Room B10: Gmail and Calendar Training! Stop in for assistance!
  • Milford Teacher Tech Leaders on site for sessions and assistance!

Monday 8:00 Sessions

1. Google Drive 101

Room: TBD

#GoogleApps #beginner #intermediate #organization

Presenter(s): Jesse Fritz and Carrie Cramer

A session to help you learn how to create and add files to your Google Drive! Participants will create, organize, and share resources within Google Drive.


2. Schoology 101

Room: TBD

#beginner #backtoschool

Presenter(s): Stephanie Porter, Matt Gillispie, and Jeanette Holmer

Create courses, add materials, link resources, embed materials, set up your gradebook, create courses in this work session!


3. Go Green! Converting paper to digital; integrating Schoology and Google Classroom

Room: TBD

#GoGreen #Digital Transformation #Secondary

Presenter(s): Renee Vanderveen and Melissa Chandler

Dive into the green movement by moving your classroom materials online. You will learn how to turn paper docs into Google docs, then integrate them with Schoology and Google classroom. No more printing or copying. Deliver documents online, comment and collaborate online, and grade online!


4. Screencasting

Room: TBD

#beginner #screencasting

Presenter: Betsy Woods

Use Chrome extensions and web tools to make quick tutorials for students using screencasts. Teachers and students can record on-screen actions with narrating with their voice to teach and share what they have learned!


5. Adios PowerPoint! Kickin' It With Google Slides for Interactive and Engaging Lessons

Room: TBD

#Beginner #Intermediate #GoogleApps

Presenter: Adam Samuels

Learning basic functionality tools of Google Slides with a larger focus on how Google Slides can be used as a presentation tool, workspace for students, and collaboration resource. You will leave knowing how to use the basics of Google Slides with some additional secrets! You will also walk away with example lesson ideas for all subjects.


6. Getting Started with Gmail and Google Calendar

Room: B10

#Beginner #GoogleApps #Organization

Open assistance! All staff are welcome to attend! One-on-one assistance available!


Learn how to access, send, and organize email. Learn how to view and add events to your professional and building calendars! You can also learn how to set up your mobile phone to to receive Gmail and utilize Google calendar!

Monday 9:00 Sessions

1. Beyond the Docs

Room: TBD

#GoogleApps #digitaltransformation

Presenter: Shannon Langston

Learn ways to maximize student learning using Google Drive tools! View examples and learn how to use Slides, Drawings, and Forms in your own classroom. You will have time to explore, create, and plan lessons for the new year!


2. Level Up with Schoology

Room: TBD

#Schoology #Advanced #Bestpractice

Presenter(s): Stephanie Porter, Matt Gillispie, and Jeanette Holmer


Now that your course has been created, learn how to create pages with embedded content, align assignments and assessments with learning standards, and create engaging activities to personalize learning for students!




3. EdPuzzle

Room: TBD

#Flipped Classroom

Presenter: Shane Ferguson



4. Twitter for Professional Learning Network

Room: TBD

#beginner #Twitter #PLN

Presenter: Betsy Woods


5. Digital Tools for Elementary Math

Room: TBD

#Math #K-12

Presenter: Adam Samuels

Learn how to utilize digital tools in the math classrooms including Google Drawings, Math Investigations, Pearson Math programs, Moby Max, EdPuzzle, and YouTube!



6. Getting Started with Gmail and Google Calendar

Room: B10

#Beginner #GoogleApps #Organization

Open assistance! All staff are welcome to attend! One-on-one assistance available!


Learn how to access, send, and organize email. Learn how to view and add events to your professional and building calendars! You can also learn how to set up your mobile phone to to receive Gmail and utilize Google calendar!

Schedule for Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Tuesday, Aug. 16th, 8am-3pm

1 Eagles Way

Milford, OH

Tuesday 9:00 Sessions

1. Beyond the Docs

Room: TBD

#GoogleApps #digitaltransformation

Presenter: Shannon Langston

Learn ways to maximize student learning using Google Drive tools! View examples and learn how to use Slides, Drawings, and Forms in your own classroom. You will have time to explore, create, and plan lessons for the new year!


2. Level Up with Schoology

Room: TBD

#Schoology #Advanced #Bestpractice

Presenter(s): Stephanie Porter, Matt Gillispie, and Jeanette Holmer

Now that your course has been created, learn how to create pages with embedded content, align assignments and assessments with learning standards, and create engaging activities to personalize learning for students!


3. Formative Assessment Tools

Room: TBD

#Differentiation #FormativeAssessment

Presenter: Emma Walker

Learn about various formative assessment tools to check for student understanding, make informed instructional decisions, and differentiate for all learners!


4. Gale Databases

Room: TBD

#research #highschool

Presenter: Andrea Eschelman from Gale Databases

A trainer from Gale Databases will share features of these research tools for use with high school research projects.


5. Digital Tools for Elementary Math

Room: TBD

#Math #K-12

Presenter: Adam Samuels

Learn how to utilize digital tools in the math classrooms including Google Drawings, Math Investigations, Pearson Math programs, Moby Max, EdPuzzle, and YouTube!



6. Getting Started with Gmail and Google Calendar

Room: B10

#Beginner #GoogleApps #Organization

Open assistance! All staff are welcome to attend! One-on-one assistance available!

Learn how to access, send, and organize email. Learn how to view and add events to your professional and building calendars! You can also learn how to set up your mobile phone to to receive Gmail and utilize Google calendar!