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Last updated Aug 17, 2017 at 4:00 p.m.
 

BREAKOUT SESSIONS

  • Please click here to view the full description and location of each breakout session.  A printed copy of this document will be available in your package of materials.

  • Participants will self-direct onsite (no sign-up required) and you should make note of at least 2 sessions that you would like to attend in each group in case your first choice is full.

 

Wednesday, Aug 23, 2017

1:45 - 3:00 p.m. - Breakout Sessions A

A1
 Great (Technological?) Poetry Prompts
Taylor Mali
A2
How does reading look in 2017?
Alanna King
A3
Too Expensive to Travel: Bringing Global Learning Into the Classroom
Cameron Steltman
A4
Mindomo: More than just Mindmapping
Leslie Boerkamp
A5
Using Office 365 tools to foster literacy skills
Jim Pedrech
A6
#CDNcraft - A Story of Global Learning
Julie Balen
A7
Blogging for Literacy
Marie Swift
A8
Making feedback meaningful (with a little digital help)
Lisa Noble
A9
Creating and Building a Learning Community with Minecraft
Andrew Forgrave

 

3:15 - 4:30 p.m. - Breakout Sessions B

B1
Digital Citizenship and Creative Commons
Sarah Ashwood
B2
Pixton - comics & storyboards
Ray Mercer
B3
Virtual Reality
Tim King
B4
Digital Math Tools to Support Problem Solving  - Whole Numbers
Greg Clarke
B5
Design and 3D Printing: Programming and Makerspaces - Solving Real World Problems
Heather Durnin
B6
How Twitter Makes You Smarterer
Andrew Campbell
B7
Using GIS Mapping and Interactive Timelines to enhance Social Studies, History, and Geography
James Steeves
B8
Media Literacy & Critical Thinking
Chelsea Attwell and Michelle Solomon (AML)
 
 
 

Friday, August 25, 2017

9:00 - 10:45 a.m. - Breakout Sessions C

C1
Digital Math Tools to Support Problem Solving  - Fractions
Greg Clarke
C2
Digital note-taking and managing larger inquiry projects online
Alanna King
C3
An Introduction to Arduinos
Peter Beens
C4
Inquiry-Driven Projects for Social Change 
Sarah Ashwood
C5
Makerspaces
Ray Mercer
C6
Empowering Your Students’ Voices
Andrew Forgrave
C7
Bringing the Museum to the Classroom through Virtual Exhibits, VR Visits, and 3D Image Scanning
James Steeves
C8
 Media Literacy & Privacy
Chelsea Attwell and Michelle Solomon (AML)

 

11:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. - Breakout Sessions D

D1
Digital Storytelling
Leslie Boerkamp
D2
Getting Coding with Google CS First and Scratch
Cameron Steltman
D3
Assessment Practices that Make Sense in Global Learning
Julie Balen
D4
Classroom Management in the Digital Age
Marie Swift
D5
The Book Thief Project - Collaborative Literacy Projects
Heather Durnin
D6
Making Our Learning Visible
Lisa Noble
D7
How launching a Video Channel Teaches Questioning, Active Listening, and Presenting Skills
Jim Pedrech
D8
Die Newsletters!! Die!!
Andrew Campbell
 
 
 
 

         

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