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Day 1: Session 3 [clear filter]
Tuesday, July 31
 

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