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Tuesday, July 31
 

9:00am

Badge Pick-up, Coffee & Mingling
Join us for coffee and mingling.

Tuesday July 31, 2018 9:00am - 9:30am
Media Lounge -- Room 201

9:30am

Shred Sessions
What's a Shred Session check out this video
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UM5pnqdOPHw6

Tuesday July 31, 2018 9:30am - 10:00am
Media Lounge -- Room 201

10:00am

Go Blended with the Station Rotation Model
Don't have enough time to meet all of your students' needs? Need more face time to provide your students with meaningful feedback? In this hands-on session participants will experience blended learning using the station rotation model while setting up sample rotations for their own class.

Speakers
avatar for Jay Sorensen

Jay Sorensen

Coordinator of Ed Tech, Oxnard Union High SD
I am the Ed Tech Coordinator for Oxnard Union High School District. I provide training and manage the gamified PD Oxnard Union Express. I moderate the #VCHSchat, co-founded #Skoolcade, and am an organizer for both #EdCampRio & #EdCamp612. I am also the President of Gold Coast CUE... Read More →


Tuesday July 31, 2018 10:00am - 11:30am
Room 605

10:00am

Introducing KQED Teach and KQED Learn!
One resource that provides self-paced, rock solid PD with resources you can use to help your students understand curriculum while sharing their ideas with students from all over? That’s KQED Teach and KQED Learn! KQED from San Francisco has produced great tools for teachers to learn how to facilitate media literacy for themselves, while also producing resources that will help students understand media literacy in the deep 21st century! We will introduce both Teach and Learn and allow teachers time to get play with and implement these great tools. If these resources sound helpful, this is the session for you!

Speakers

Tuesday July 31, 2018 10:00am - 11:30am
Room 602

10:00am

Level-Up with PBL
Learn how to level-up your instruction with project-based learning. Not only will you learn about project-based learning and how to use technology to support you, you will walk away with a brand new PBL unit for the upcoming school year!

Speakers
avatar for Katie Morgan

Katie Morgan

Kaitlin is a fifth year history teacher at Minarets High School, a 21st century high school. Her integration of technology began at Woodlake High School when she was asked to pilot the Chromebooks. Now she is a Google Innovator, Google Certified Educator Level 1 and 2 as well as a... Read More →


Tuesday July 31, 2018 10:00am - 11:30am
Room 613

10:00am

Seesaw Routines: Thinking Routines and Protocols with Seesaw
Shake up learning and break the traditional lesson cycle with meaningful ways to make thinking visible and engage learners in content standards using Seesaw as a digital tool. The templates emphasize documenting student thinking and creating engaging learning experiences.

Speakers
avatar for Marie Von Wagner

Marie Von Wagner

Marie Von Wagner is a passionate educator of primary students. She has been in the classroom for almost 20 years. She is passionate about create learning experiences that leverage technology to engage students and personalize instruction. She is a Level 2 Google Educator, Apple Teacher... Read More →


Tuesday July 31, 2018 10:00am - 11:30am
Room 610

10:00am

The Path to the Dark Slide
"The path to the DARK SLIDE: Using slides strictly for bad presentations!
Do not go down this path. A complete guide to using Google Slides for everything from memes, infographics, digital books, Hyperdocs, tutorial videos, and so much more. If students are using Google Slides just for creating bad presentations they are not fully utilizing the creative force of this versatile tool. In this session teachers will have access to examples and tutorials for several applications of Google Slides. We will create something together in a shared slide deck, but teachers will leave with a website that will serve as a resource for continued learning."

Speakers
avatar for Heather Marshall

Heather Marshall

Heather Marshall is a 6th grade English and History teacher with 18 years of k-8 teaching experience. In addition to teaching, she has mentored teachers as a BTSA coach, Literacy coach, PAR mentor, and an Instructional/technology coach. She has a Master’s degree in Curriculum and... Read More →


Tuesday July 31, 2018 10:00am - 11:30am
Room 606

11:30am

Lunch/Networking
Tuesday July 31, 2018 11:30am - 12:45pm
Media Lounge -- Room 201

12:45pm

"Cuz we are living in a visual world..." Rebirth of the Instructional One Pager
"A quick look around (just pop your head up from your screen) will tell you that most people are on a screen, or about to get on a screen. A quick search of the word ""visual"" in the Common Core yields results in all grade levels and subjects. How can you harness the power of visuals AND get your point across?

The instructional one-pager, formerly a list of instructions, must undergo a facelift to become more engaging in our visual world. Could you boil those instructions down to an Instagram post? (And I mean the square one, not the full-sized one.) In this session, you'll learn how to create a graphic one-pager that will not only be useable but attractive as well. We'll cover basic graphic design rules as well as more fun stuff such as GIFs. Come channel your inner Andy Warhol (just less weird)!"

Speakers

Tuesday July 31, 2018 12:45pm - 2:15pm
Room 607

12:45pm

Introducing KQED Teach and KQED Learn!
One resource that provides self-paced, rock solid PD with resources you can use to help your students understand curriculum while sharing their ideas with students from all over? That’s KQED Teach and KQED Learn! KQED from San Francisco has produced great tools for teachers to learn how to facilitate media literacy for themselves, while also producing resources that will help students understand media literacy in the deep 21st century! We will introduce both Teach and Learn and allow teachers time to get play with and implement these great tools. If these resources sound helpful, this is the session for you!

Speakers

Tuesday July 31, 2018 12:45pm - 2:15pm
Room 602

12:45pm

Level-Up with PBL
Learn how to level-up your instruction with project-based learning. Not only will you learn about project-based learning and how to use technology to support you, you will walk away with a brand new PBL unit for the upcoming school year!

Speakers
avatar for Katie Morgan

Katie Morgan

Kaitlin is a fifth year history teacher at Minarets High School, a 21st century high school. Her integration of technology began at Woodlake High School when she was asked to pilot the Chromebooks. Now she is a Google Innovator, Google Certified Educator Level 1 and 2 as well as a... Read More →


Tuesday July 31, 2018 12:45pm - 2:15pm
Room 613

12:45pm

Seesaw Routines: Thinking Routines and Protocols with Seesaw
Shake up learning and break the traditional lesson cycle with meaningful ways to make thinking visible and engage learners in content standards using Seesaw as a digital tool. The templates emphasize documenting student thinking and creating engaging learning experiences.

Speakers
avatar for Marie Von Wagner

Marie Von Wagner

Marie Von Wagner is a passionate educator of primary students. She has been in the classroom for almost 20 years. She is passionate about create learning experiences that leverage technology to engage students and personalize instruction. She is a Level 2 Google Educator, Apple Teacher... Read More →


Tuesday July 31, 2018 12:45pm - 2:15pm
Room 610

12:45pm

The Path to the Dark Slide
"The path to the DARK SLIDE: Using slides strictly for bad presentations!
Do not go down this path. A complete guide to using Google Slides for everything from memes, infographics, digital books, Hyperdocs, tutorial videos, and so much more. If students are using Google Slides just for creating bad presentations they are not fully utilizing the creative force of this versatile tool. In this session teachers will have access to examples and tutorials for several applications of Google Slides. We will create something together in a shared slide deck, but teachers will leave with a website that will serve as a resource for continued learning."

Speakers
avatar for Heather Marshall

Heather Marshall

Heather Marshall is a 6th grade English and History teacher with 18 years of k-8 teaching experience. In addition to teaching, she has mentored teachers as a BTSA coach, Literacy coach, PAR mentor, and an Instructional/technology coach. She has a Master’s degree in Curriculum and... Read More →


Tuesday July 31, 2018 12:45pm - 2:15pm
Room 606

2:15pm

Break
Tuesday July 31, 2018 2:15pm - 2:15pm
N/A

2:30pm

Crowdsourced Protocols
Everyone is reading the Edu Protocols Guidebook this summer! Come see how these amazing protocols can be used in your classroom and how you can train students to use these awesome frameworks. Protocols are adaptable to all content, engage students in the curriculum, and get kids out of the worksheet cycle and using the 4 Cs. Let's see how they work across all subjects and all grade levels while streamlining your lesson planning.  Attendees will vote on which protocols they want to learn and try out several protocols just in time to use them for the new school year.

Speakers
avatar for Meghan Cannon-Johann

Meghan Cannon-Johann

Teacher, FSUSD
Meghan Cannon-Johann has been an educator for fourteen years with experience spanning four grade levels.  She is passionately dedicated to encouraging wonder and growth-mindset in all students.  For the past 3 years she has run a successful BYOChromebook program with 2nd graders... Read More →


Tuesday July 31, 2018 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Room 601

2:30pm

Go Blended with the Station Rotation Model
Don't have enough time to meet all of your students' needs? Need more face time to provide your students with meaningful feedback? In this hands-on session participants will experience blended learning using the station rotation model while setting up sample rotations for their own class.

Speakers
avatar for Jay Sorensen

Jay Sorensen

Coordinator of Ed Tech, Oxnard Union High SD
I am the Ed Tech Coordinator for Oxnard Union High School District. I provide training and manage the gamified PD Oxnard Union Express. I moderate the #VCHSchat, co-founded #Skoolcade, and am an organizer for both #EdCampRio & #EdCamp612. I am also the President of Gold Coast CUE... Read More →


Tuesday July 31, 2018 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Room 605

2:30pm

Introducing KQED Teach and KQED Learn!
One resource that provides self-paced, rock solid PD with resources you can use to help your students understand curriculum while sharing their ideas with students from all over? That’s KQED Teach and KQED Learn! KQED from San Francisco has produced great tools for teachers to learn how to facilitate media literacy for themselves, while also producing resources that will help students understand media literacy in the deep 21st century! We will introduce both Teach and Learn and allow teachers time to get play with and implement these great tools. If these resources sound helpful, this is the session for you!

Speakers

Tuesday July 31, 2018 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Room 602
 
Wednesday, August 1
 

9:00am

Badge Pick-up, Coffee & Mingling
Join us for coffee and mingling.

Wednesday August 1, 2018 9:00am - 9:30am
Media Lounge -- Room 201

9:30am

Shred Sessions
What's a Shred Session check out this video
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UM5pnqdOPHw6

Wednesday August 1, 2018 9:30am - 10:00am
Media Lounge -- Room 201

10:00am

BYOC--Build Your Own Classroom with GAFE
You’ve heard of DIY? How about BYOC? You have ideas for your classroom and you would like to implement them but the LMS is funky. You’d like your students to present and maintain their own answers, but nothing really works. What’s a teacher to do? Build Your Own Classroom! With Google Apps for Education you can DIY. Using Google Sites, Blogger, Docs, Slides, Sheets, and Forms, you can build your own classroom where you can clearly see how your students are doing and provide regular feedback instantly. If any of this sounds appealing, stop by my session in Room 602!

Speakers

Wednesday August 1, 2018 10:00am - 11:30am
Room 602

10:00am

Get Started with STEAM!
Wondering how to get started with STEAM & NGSS? STEAM stations are a great way to incorporate exploration, creation, and play centered around STEAM concepts and the Common Core Standards. Educators attending this session will do some hands-on learning as they explore stations. We will get started with how to introduce the NGSS cross-cutting concepts to guide station exploration and write digital station reflections that allow for real-time teacher feedback. Leave this session with lists of ideas, resources, that can be used in your classroom as soon as school starts!

Speakers
avatar for Meghan Cannon-Johann

Meghan Cannon-Johann

Teacher, FSUSD
Meghan Cannon-Johann has been an educator for fourteen years with experience spanning four grade levels.  She is passionately dedicated to encouraging wonder and growth-mindset in all students.  For the past 3 years she has run a successful BYOChromebook program with 2nd graders... Read More →


Wednesday August 1, 2018 10:00am - 11:30am
Room 601

10:00am

Inquiry in Under an Hour: Using the QFT to Ignite Inquiry in the Classroom
The Question Formulation Technique is a great tool to get started with inquiry for both teachers and students. The QFT is the perfect start to get students thinking critically and asking questions. And the best part...it can be done in one period! We'll do the QFT and go over digital tools that can enhance it and make it more efficient. Participants will then build their own QFT that they can use right away.

Speakers
avatar for Jay Sorensen

Jay Sorensen

Coordinator of Ed Tech, Oxnard Union High SD
I am the Ed Tech Coordinator for Oxnard Union High School District. I provide training and manage the gamified PD Oxnard Union Express. I moderate the #VCHSchat, co-founded #Skoolcade, and am an organizer for both #EdCampRio & #EdCamp612. I am also the President of Gold Coast CUE... Read More →


Wednesday August 1, 2018 10:00am - 11:30am
Room 605

10:00am

INSTA-TASTIC: Instagram, Explained, and more!
"Visuals are quickly becoming the most efficient way to get your message out there. Not only is this reflected in society and culture, but also in teaching and learning, with the use and understanding of visual media being a part of the Common Core standards.

In the hyper-scrolling, double-tapping world of Instagram, creating attractive visuals is a challenge. Come to this session, and wear your walking shoes! We'll be scouting the neighborhood and taking pictures to tell the story of our day. Afterward, we'll work on cropping, filters, and editing tools. We'll also dip into Instagram Stories and Highlights!"

Speakers

Wednesday August 1, 2018 10:00am - 11:30am
Room 607

10:00am

Primary Math Stations
Engage your Primary Math learners in hands on tasks utilizing a variety of digital tools. Take the ready made tasks provided and add your content to suit your learning environment. Tasks will emphasize building fluency and number sense.

Speakers
avatar for Marie Von Wagner

Marie Von Wagner

Marie Von Wagner is a passionate educator of primary students. She has been in the classroom for almost 20 years. She is passionate about create learning experiences that leverage technology to engage students and personalize instruction. She is a Level 2 Google Educator, Apple Teacher... Read More →


Wednesday August 1, 2018 10:00am - 11:30am
Room 610

10:00am

Student Engagement Unlocked with Pear Deck
Every teacher strives for 100% student engagement, but its very hard to achieve. In this session, we will examine some of the research surrounding student engagement while I demonstrate Pear Deck’s advanced features and go over how to use the tool. Participants will have ample time to try out the app and ask questions. By the end of the session, you will be a Pear Deck expert just in time for the school year.

Speakers
avatar for Katie Morgan

Katie Morgan

Kaitlin is a fifth year history teacher at Minarets High School, a 21st century high school. Her integration of technology began at Woodlake High School when she was asked to pilot the Chromebooks. Now she is a Google Innovator, Google Certified Educator Level 1 and 2 as well as a... Read More →


Wednesday August 1, 2018 10:00am - 11:30am
Room 613

11:30am

Lunch/Networking
Wednesday August 1, 2018 11:30am - 12:45pm
Media Lounge -- Room 201

12:45pm

BYOC--Build Your Own Classroom with GAFE
You’ve heard of DIY? How about BYOC? You have ideas for your classroom and you would like to implement them but the LMS is funky. You’d like your students to present and maintain their own answers, but nothing really works. What’s a teacher to do? Build Your Own Classroom! With Google Apps for Education you can DIY. Using Google Sites, Blogger, Docs, Slides, Sheets, and Forms, you can build your own classroom where you can clearly see how your students are doing and provide regular feedback instantly. If any of this sounds appealing, stop by my session in Room 602!

Speakers

Wednesday August 1, 2018 12:45pm - 2:15pm
Room 602

12:45pm

Evolved ELA
Evolve your ELA curriculum and create a community of readers that inspire others through their enthusiasm for sharing books. Ditch those reading logs, dioramas, and comprehension quizzes that are commonplace methods of accountability in standard classrooms and have your students telling each other in the hallways that "Class was so Lit!". Reading is a social activity! Learn some classroom tested strategies that tap into your students interests, their need for social interaction, and that are just plain fun and get your students to be lovers of lit'.

Speakers
avatar for Heather Marshall

Heather Marshall

Heather Marshall is a 6th grade English and History teacher with 18 years of k-8 teaching experience. In addition to teaching, she has mentored teachers as a BTSA coach, Literacy coach, PAR mentor, and an Instructional/technology coach. She has a Master’s degree in Curriculum and... Read More →


Wednesday August 1, 2018 12:45pm - 2:15pm
Room 606

12:45pm

INSTA-TASTIC: Instagram, Explained, and more!
"Visuals are quickly becoming the most efficient way to get your message out there. Not only is this reflected in society and culture, but also in teaching and learning, with the use and understanding of visual media being a part of the Common Core standards.

In the hyper-scrolling, double-tapping world of Instagram, creating attractive visuals is a challenge. Come to this session, and wear your walking shoes! We'll be scouting the neighborhood and taking pictures to tell the story of our day. Afterward, we'll work on cropping, filters, and editing tools. We'll also dip into Instagram Stories and Highlights!"

Speakers

Wednesday August 1, 2018 12:45pm - 2:15pm
Room 607

12:45pm

Primary Math Stations
Engage your Primary Math learners in hands on tasks utilizing a variety of digital tools. Take the ready made tasks provided and add your content to suit your learning environment. Tasks will emphasize building fluency and number sense.

Speakers
avatar for Marie Von Wagner

Marie Von Wagner

Marie Von Wagner is a passionate educator of primary students. She has been in the classroom for almost 20 years. She is passionate about create learning experiences that leverage technology to engage students and personalize instruction. She is a Level 2 Google Educator, Apple Teacher... Read More →


Wednesday August 1, 2018 12:45pm - 2:15pm
Room 610

2:15pm

Break
Wednesday August 1, 2018 2:15pm - 2:30pm
N/A

2:30pm

Evolved ELA
Evolve your ELA curriculum and create a community of readers that inspire others through their enthusiasm for sharing books. Ditch those reading logs, dioramas, and comprehension quizzes that are commonplace methods of accountability in standard classrooms and have your students telling each other in the hallways that "Class was so Lit!". Reading is a social activity! Learn some classroom tested strategies that tap into your students interests, their need for social interaction, and that are just plain fun and get your students to be lovers of lit'.

Speakers
avatar for Heather Marshall

Heather Marshall

Heather Marshall is a 6th grade English and History teacher with 18 years of k-8 teaching experience. In addition to teaching, she has mentored teachers as a BTSA coach, Literacy coach, PAR mentor, and an Instructional/technology coach. She has a Master’s degree in Curriculum and... Read More →


Wednesday August 1, 2018 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Room 606

2:30pm

Inquiry in Under an Hour: Using the QFT to Ignite Inquiry in the Classroom
The Question Formulation Technique is a great tool to get started with inquiry for both teachers and students. The QFT is the perfect start to get students thinking critically and asking questions. And the best part...it can be done in one period! We'll do the QFT and go over digital tools that can enhance it and make it more efficient. Participants will then build their own QFT that they can use right away.

Speakers
avatar for Jay Sorensen

Jay Sorensen

Coordinator of Ed Tech, Oxnard Union High SD
I am the Ed Tech Coordinator for Oxnard Union High School District. I provide training and manage the gamified PD Oxnard Union Express. I moderate the #VCHSchat, co-founded #Skoolcade, and am an organizer for both #EdCampRio & #EdCamp612. I am also the President of Gold Coast CUE... Read More →


Wednesday August 1, 2018 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Room 605

2:30pm

INSTA-TASTIC: Instagram, Explained, and more!
"Visuals are quickly becoming the most efficient way to get your message out there. Not only is this reflected in society and culture, but also in teaching and learning, with the use and understanding of visual media being a part of the Common Core standards.

In the hyper-scrolling, double-tapping world of Instagram, creating attractive visuals is a challenge. Come to this session, and wear your walking shoes! We'll be scouting the neighborhood and taking pictures to tell the story of our day. Afterward, we'll work on cropping, filters, and editing tools. We'll also dip into Instagram Stories and Highlights!"

Speakers

Wednesday August 1, 2018 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Room 607

2:30pm

Student Engagement Unlocked with Pear Deck
Every teacher strives for 100% student engagement, but its very hard to achieve. In this session, we will examine some of the research surrounding student engagement while I demonstrate Pear Deck’s advanced features and go over how to use the tool. Participants will have ample time to try out the app and ask questions. By the end of the session, you will be a Pear Deck expert just in time for the school year.

Speakers
avatar for Katie Morgan

Katie Morgan

Kaitlin is a fifth year history teacher at Minarets High School, a 21st century high school. Her integration of technology began at Woodlake High School when she was asked to pilot the Chromebooks. Now she is a Google Innovator, Google Certified Educator Level 1 and 2 as well as a... Read More →


Wednesday August 1, 2018 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Room 613

4:00pm

Closing
Join us for a group picture and good-byes.

Wednesday August 1, 2018 4:00pm - 4:15pm
Media Lounge -- Room 201

4:15pm

Evaluation
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Wednesday August 1, 2018 4:15pm - 4:20pm
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