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SITA 2017 - EWITC Summer Instructional Technology Academy has ended
Welcome to the SITA 2017 schedule! This year’s venue will be on the beautiful campus of St. Norbert College in De Pere, WI! 

This is a BYOT (Bring Your Own Technology) event. 

REGISTER FOR SITA SESSIONS ON THIS SITE!

Link to Session Resources:  https://awesome-table.com/-Kpy7oqh2J8GGVOmVEK1/view

Link to Sessions Evaluation Form:  https://goo.gl/forms/lH3RipdwWeHBwVk63
 NOTE: All participants are reminded to complete an evaluation for each session you attend. Thanks!

Attendance link: http://gg.gg/51n0t

This is our 22nd year of offering this very exciting teaching and learning conference FOR area educators put ON by area educators! 

Best of all it is FREE for educators who work for districts that are EWITC members which include:
Ashwaubenon     Denmark     Elkhart Lake    Gibraltar    GRACE Schools   
Green Bay Diocese    Green Bay Public School District    Howard-Suamico    Kewaunee
Luxemburg-Casco  
Marinette    Mishicot    Pulaski    Random Lake   Seymour  
Southern Door    Sturgeon Bay    Unified School District of DePere  
West De Pere    Zion Lutheran of Wayside 

CESA 7 , St. Norbert College and UW-Green Bay are also participating members. (Students and Staff are welcome to attend for FREE from these institutions, as well.)

REGISTER FOR SITA SESSIONS ON THIS SITE!

Anyone from districts outside the EWITC group can attend for $100 a day.  Make checks payable to EWITC and mail at least a week in advance to: 
Vicki Santacroce, EWITC Treasurer
GBAPS Room 260
200 South Broadway
Green Bay, WI 54303
OR, you can pay with check the day of the conference.

GRAD CREDIT IS ALSO AVAILABLE. 
Did you know that you can earn one graduate ($213) or undergraduate ($132) credit through UWGB during SITA?

If you want more info about grad credit and to register for that, please go to: http://www.uwgb.edu/educationoutreach/courses/courseDetail.asp?id=0424D/DU
or contact Crystal or Meagan in the UW-Green Bay Education Outreach Office at educationoutreach@uwgb.edu or 920-465-2480.

REGISTER FOR SITA SESSIONS ON THIS SITE! 

 

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Tuesday, August 1
 

8:30am CDT

KEYNOTE with Pernille Ripp. EventBrite Ticket Required! Passionate Learners – How to Engage and Empower Your Students
Limited Capacity filling up

NOTE: BEFORE ADDING THIS SESSION TO YOUR SCHEDULE, YOU MUST GENERATE AN EVENTBRITE TICKET FOR IT HERE.

(TICKET ONLY NEEDED FOR THE KEYNOTE, NOT FOR ANY OTHER SESSION)

Would you want to be a student in your own classroom? In this keynote session, based on the book "Passionate Learners: How to Engage and Empower Your Students," 7th-grade teacher Pernille Ripp will help both novice and seasoned teachers create a positive, interactive learning environment where students drive their own academic achievement. You’ll discover how to make fundamental changes to your classroom so learning becomes an exciting challenge rather than a frustrating ordeal. Attendees will discover practical strategies for how to build a working relationship with your students based on mutual trust, respect, and appreciation, be attentive to your students’ needs and share ownership of the classroom with them, and break out of the vicious cycle of punishment and reward to control student behavior.  Whether you are just beginning or well on your way in your teaching career, this session is meant to inspire you, help you take some risks, and eagerly pursue your journey toward a classroom filled with passionate learners.

Speakers
avatar for Pernille Ripp

Pernille Ripp

Keynote Speaker, Oregon Middle School
Since Pernille Ripp was a child growing up in Denmark, she knew she wanted to work with kids. She began her journey in education as a math resource teacher, then transitioned into the classroom as a 4th and 5th-grade teacher, and has now found her home as a 7th-grade English teacher... Read More →


Tuesday August 1, 2017 8:30am - 9:50am CDT
Bemis Fort Howard Theater

10:00am CDT

The World (and your classroom) Can Be Saved Through Digital Design
The delivery of education doesn’t have to be ugly. Even Kanye said, “The world can be saved through design.” With a little creativity, everything you touch in the classroom can be dynamic and make an impact. If you view your classroom and lessons through a designer’s lens, things change. Creativity and the designer’s eye take focus on the look and feel of the lesson, as well as impact the end user: your customer, the student. Learn how to make your presentations pop and your graphic designs go from amateur to pro. This session will focus on the impact of design in every classroom and lesson, as well as many popular tools that anyone can use to make a difference with design. Come ready to learn ways to authentically capture your students’ attention and imagination.

Speakers
avatar for Kurt Wismer

Kurt Wismer

Business, Marketing & IT Teacher, North Fond du Lac School District
Kurt teaches Business, Marketing and IT for the North Fond du Lac School District. In addition, he is a Google for Education Certified Innovator and Google Education Trainer. Kurt uses technology throughout his curriculum to create durable learning experiences that are both rigorous... Read More →


Tuesday August 1, 2017 10:00am - 10:20am CDT
Cofrin Room 15

10:00am CDT

Tech Bar
Come, Play, Learn! The tech bar will be a space where you can hang out and practice what you've been learning in your sessions. Talented resource people will be available to answer your questions and guide you in your practice. 

Volunteers
avatar for Vicki Santacroce

Vicki Santacroce

Library Media/AV Coordinator, Green Bay Area Public School District
Vicki is the Library Media/AV Coordinator for Green Bay Area Public Schools which is the 4th largest district in the state serving approximately 21,000 students at 40+ buildings. Her main responsibilities include coordinating and providing vision for school library programming, as... Read More →

Tuesday August 1, 2017 10:00am - 11:20am CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 015

10:00am CDT

Let's Breakout! BreakoutEDU in the Classroom
Come experience a breakoutEDU session where you will use collaboration and creativity to find and use clues to solve a problem. We will also discuss opportunities to bring breakoutEDU to your classroom and explore the many games already available. Finally, we will discuss how to organize the coordination of breakoutEDU boxes at a building and district level.

Speakers
avatar for Amy Uelmen

Amy Uelmen

Instructional Technology Coordinator, Pulaski Community School District
Instructional Technology Coordinator for Pulaski Community School DistrictAfter graduating from UW-Eau Claire, Amy Uelmen started her career as a high school English teacher. Since then, she has served as a Library Media Specialist, Learning Support Teacher and Director of Technology... Read More →


Tuesday August 1, 2017 10:00am - 11:20am CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 006

10:00am CDT

Creating and Using Active Learning Spaces-Tour
In this session, you will get a tour of several of the active learning spaces, student collaboration spaces, and other innovative spaces that St. Norbert College has to offer at our institution. We are a 1:1 college through a required BYOD environment. You will see such things as the computerless computer lab, multi-screen active learning classrooms, and collaborative study areas. You will also learn about our design process for these spaces and will participate in an active learning discussion!

Speakers
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Ben Hommerding

Technology Innovationist, St. Norbert College


Tuesday August 1, 2017 10:00am - 11:20am CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 103

10:00am CDT

Pernille Ripp: Q & A Session
Limited Capacity seats available

Follow up with Pernille Ripp for discussion/Q &A

Speakers
avatar for Pernille Ripp

Pernille Ripp

Keynote Speaker, Oregon Middle School
Since Pernille Ripp was a child growing up in Denmark, she knew she wanted to work with kids. She began her journey in education as a math resource teacher, then transitioned into the classroom as a 4th and 5th-grade teacher, and has now found her home as a 7th-grade English teacher... Read More →


Tuesday August 1, 2017 10:00am - 11:20am CDT
Bemis Fort Howard Theater

10:00am CDT

Technology and the Arts
In this session, you will get an introduction to different programs that are beneficial in art and music classrooms.  Please CLICK HERE for the session presentation!  Thank you!

Speakers
avatar for Liz Chavez

Liz Chavez

Technology Integrator, GBAPS


Tuesday August 1, 2017 10:00am - 11:20am CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 105

11:20am CDT

Lunch Options
Note that lunch is 55 minutes. Please make every effort to arrive on time to your next session.

You are very welcome to bring your own lunch and enjoy the beautiful St. Norbert College campus. 

Here is a link to a Google map that shows a wide variety of restaurants near the campus: https://www.google.com/maps/search/restaurants/@44.4473594,-88.0718956,14.82z 


Speakers
avatar for Melissa Menne

Melissa Menne

1st Grade Teacher, Westwood Elementary


Tuesday August 1, 2017 11:20am - 12:15pm CDT
Bag Lunch or Area Restaurants

12:15pm CDT

Video Tools You Should be Using
If you have been thinking about how to integrate video into your class or school, this is the session for you. We will discuss and create videos using Google Hangouts, YouTube, and WeVideo. You will also learn about free Teleprompters that work on Chromebooks!

Once familiar with the tools, you will learn about how we created a video network at Winneconne and North Fond du Lac using YouTube including, daily announcements, weekly shows, student projects, district projects, live broadcasts of elementary book shares, and live broadcasts of some school sports (we even have commentators!). Most of the tools we have used are free and available to everyone! Come learn about video creation in a collaborative session that will help jumpstart you and your school with video production!

Speakers
avatar for Kurt Wismer

Kurt Wismer

Business, Marketing & IT Teacher, North Fond du Lac School District
Kurt teaches Business, Marketing and IT for the North Fond du Lac School District. In addition, he is a Google for Education Certified Innovator and Google Education Trainer. Kurt uses technology throughout his curriculum to create durable learning experiences that are both rigorous... Read More →


Tuesday August 1, 2017 12:15pm - 12:45pm CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 006

12:15pm CDT

Tech Bar
Tuesday August 1, 2017 12:15pm - 1:35pm CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 015

12:15pm CDT

Pernille Ripp - Passionate Readers: The Art of Reaching and Engaging Every Child
Limited Capacity seats available

With 28% of adults reporting that they have not read a book in the last 12 months, we are facing a mounting reading crisis.  So what can we, as the educators who teach this future generation of readers, do to create more engaging reading experiences?  Focusing on teacher reading identity, classroom environment, and library, as well as student reading identity, this is a presentation sure to inspire.  From re-thinking major literacy decisions to all of the small decisions we make daily; this is meant to be a practical session that will offer up ideas to be implemented the very next day.

Speakers
avatar for Pernille Ripp

Pernille Ripp

Keynote Speaker, Oregon Middle School
Since Pernille Ripp was a child growing up in Denmark, she knew she wanted to work with kids. She began her journey in education as a math resource teacher, then transitioned into the classroom as a 4th and 5th-grade teacher, and has now found her home as a 7th-grade English teacher... Read More →


Tuesday August 1, 2017 12:15pm - 1:35pm CDT
Bemis Fort Howard Theater

12:15pm CDT

7 Minute Challenges
Are you looking to infuse short bursts of technology in your class as a way for students to think critically, problem-solve, and collaborate? 7-minute challenges offer an opportunity to engage students in these skills within a short amount of time. Hear about past 7-minute challenges and brainstorm future challenges for your students and possibly staff. We'll also try some 7-minute challenges as a group!

Speakers
avatar for Sheila Kohl

Sheila Kohl

Teacher, School District of West De Pere


Tuesday August 1, 2017 12:15pm - 1:35pm CDT
Cofrin Room 15

12:15pm CDT

Collaboration Outside School Walls
Come and learn opportunities for your students to collaborate and learn with others outside the classroom. We will be exploring Mystery Hangouts, finding connections online, online collaborative projects and more!

Speakers
avatar for Amy Uelmen

Amy Uelmen

Instructional Technology Coordinator, Pulaski Community School District
Instructional Technology Coordinator for Pulaski Community School DistrictAfter graduating from UW-Eau Claire, Amy Uelmen started her career as a high school English teacher. Since then, she has served as a Library Media Specialist, Learning Support Teacher and Director of Technology... Read More →


Tuesday August 1, 2017 12:15pm - 1:35pm CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 003

12:15pm CDT

Fantastic Formative Assessments!
Engage your students with questioning tools. Experience assessment tools (Quizlet Live, Quizziz, Socrative, etc.) that allow for quick and engaging formative assessments. Learn how to design lessons and assessments that can be completed in real time or assigned as homework.

Tuesday August 1, 2017 12:15pm - 1:35pm CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 105

1:45pm CDT

Coding for K-12 Teachers and their Students
Discover Computer Science/Coding websites, apps, and even programmable robots, several of which are suitable for preK-8 learners. Get them interested early; there are many benefits across the curriculum. You'll also get some tips on incorporating computer science activities into your already busy schedule--from Hour of Code, and beyond!

Speakers
avatar for Joan Biese

Joan Biese

Second Grade Teacher, Seymour School District
I love the busy life of the elementary classroom! My students and I are always learning something new, yet never decreasing our curiosity for what we still can learn. I love the arts, getting kids outside to work and learn in the school garden and prairie, educational technology... Read More →



Tuesday August 1, 2017 1:45pm - 3:05pm CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 103

1:45pm CDT

Genius Hour
Genius Hour is based on the premise that students, given the opportunity to pursue their passions, will be able to utilize research methods in order to create meaningful final projects. Attendees will learn how Genius Hour has been implemented in a middle school classroom where students take part in three Genius Hour projects.

Speakers
avatar for Sheila Kohl

Sheila Kohl

Teacher, School District of West De Pere


Tuesday August 1, 2017 1:45pm - 3:05pm CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 105

1:45pm CDT

Pernille Ripp - Global Collaboration to Fit Your Needs

We all seem to discuss the need for global collaboration and get excited when others do it, but how do we bring this into our own environments?  Global collaboration isn’t meant to make more work for you, but instead meant to engage students and staff in a more authentic manner in already pre-existing learning.  Come to this workshop and find ways to fit global learning and global connections into what you are already doing, without the need to be 1to1 or have crazy amounts of technology.



Speakers
avatar for Pernille Ripp

Pernille Ripp

Keynote Speaker, Oregon Middle School
Since Pernille Ripp was a child growing up in Denmark, she knew she wanted to work with kids. She began her journey in education as a math resource teacher, then transitioned into the classroom as a 4th and 5th-grade teacher, and has now found her home as a 7th-grade English teacher... Read More →


Tuesday August 1, 2017 1:45pm - 3:05pm CDT
Bemis Fort Howard Theater

1:45pm CDT

Strategies to promote Engagement and Deeper Thinking in Math
Reenergize your math class by tapping into your students' curiosity about the world around them. This session will show you strategies and activities to engage students and deepen their connections in math. The best part is that they are already put together and waiting for you online. 3-Act Tasks, clothesline math, fraction talks, Estimation 180, and Open Middle are just some of the resources we will dive into. This session will be hands-on, so come ready to play!

Speakers
avatar for Adrianne Burns

Adrianne Burns

Teacher, Unified School District of De Pere
I am a 7th grade math teacher. You can find me on Twitter @a_schindy. I love talking about ways to intellectually engage students, build number sense and conceptual understanding, and promote discourse.


Tuesday August 1, 2017 1:45pm - 3:05pm CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 006

1:45pm CDT

The Motherload of Mapping and VR Resources for Education
There are so many more applications for mapping in the classroom beyond just geography and history. What about language arts, math, science, business, art, foreign languages? In this session, I'll be sharing the motherload of mapping resources for education and beyond. We'll discuss Google Maps, Google Earth, and many great tools outside the Googlesphere. And now with so many VR additions with Google Cardboard and Google Expeditions, there are even more opportunities to integrate mapping and geography into any curriculum. Specific curriculum examples, activities and MOOC's will be shared that you can take back to your class the very next day.

Speakers
avatar for Kurt Wismer

Kurt Wismer

Business, Marketing & IT Teacher, North Fond du Lac School District
Kurt teaches Business, Marketing and IT for the North Fond du Lac School District. In addition, he is a Google for Education Certified Innovator and Google Education Trainer. Kurt uses technology throughout his curriculum to create durable learning experiences that are both rigorous... Read More →


Tuesday August 1, 2017 1:45pm - 3:05pm CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 003

3:30pm CDT

Credit Course Meeting--at CESA 7, 595 Baeten Road, Green Bay
If you registered for grad or undergrad credit for SITA, attendance at this session is required. Be sure to complete all the registration forms through UWGB. More to follow soon. 

Tuesday August 1, 2017 3:30pm - 5:00pm CDT
CESA 7 595 Baeten Road, Green Bay, WI
 
Wednesday, August 2
 

8:30am CDT

Tech Bar
Come, Play, Learn! The tech bar will be a space where you can hang out and practice what you've been learning in your sessions. Talented resource people will be available to answer your questions and guide you in your practice. 

Volunteers
avatar for Josh Gauthier

Josh Gauthier

Josh is a Technology Training Specialist and former Business and Information Technology Educator. Currently working with grades 5 through 8 in the School District of De Pere(Wisconsin), Josh is ever passionate about the role that technology can play in increasing opportunities for... Read More →

Wednesday August 2, 2017 8:30am - 9:50am CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 015

8:30am CDT

Techspiration for your Classroom
How can technology help you to personalize your instruction? Looking to personalize your students' learning through technology? Come learn new tools for you and your students in this interactive, fast-paced session from the ladies who produce #Techspiration on Twitter.

Speakers
avatar for Amy Arbogash

Amy Arbogash

Technology Integration Specialist, Howard Suamico School District
This is my third year as the Technology Integration Specialist at Bay View Middle School in the Howard Suamico School District. We are a progressive 1:1 iPad, Apple, and GAFE school. I love helping teachers and students discover the wows and wonders of learning through technology... Read More →


Wednesday August 2, 2017 8:30am - 9:50am CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 006

8:30am CDT

Coding for Beginners (Students and Teachers!) with Two FREE Resources-Bitbox and Code.org
We will look at the free resources available for using Bitsbox to practice coding, how to use them, and how to use them with students. Some math and ELA content is incorporated.

Speakers
avatar for Tom King

Tom King

Tech Integrator, GBAPS
I've been in education since about 1985, in various positions. I've been with GBAPS since 1993, first as a high school math teacher at East, and now with the Department of Technology as a Technology Integrator.


Wednesday August 2, 2017 8:30am - 9:50am CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 105

8:30am CDT

Google Classroom 101: Creating a Paperless Classroom
Participants will learn how to move towards being a paperless classroom through the use of Google Classroom.

Speakers
avatar for Kristin Kreuser

Kristin Kreuser

Language Arts Teacher, Green Bay Area Public Schools


Wednesday August 2, 2017 8:30am - 9:50am CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 003

8:30am CDT

Formative Assessments (and More) with Seesaw
It has never been easier to have e-portfolios in your classroom! Seesaw is a one stop shop for parent communication, digital citizenship lessons, formative assessments, and much more! During this session, you will have a hands-on experience with Seesaw to understand the impact that it can have in your school/classroom! NOTE***Please download the app before you come if you are bringing in an iPad/tablet!

Wednesday August 2, 2017 8:30am - 9:50am CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS) 1097

8:30am CDT

Help Struggling Kids Read and Write with Google
Read & Write for Google is a Chrome extension that offers a variety of powerful literacy support tools to help struggling students gain confidence with reading, writing, studying, and research. Attendees will create a free trial account if they don’t already have one. They will then discover and explore the tools within the program first hand. Learners will see how the tools make documents, websites, and PDFs more accessible to students struggling with reading and writing. Features include word prediction, text to speech, live annotation, dictionary tools, voice typing, text translation, highlighting, and more. This Chrome extension can be used on a PC, Mac, and Chromebook.

Speakers
avatar for Lisa Olson

Lisa Olson

Technology Integration Specialist, Green Bay Area Public Schools
Lisa Olson has been employed for over 28 years by the Green Bay Area Public Schools, the first 22 years she was a classroom teacher, and then she became a Technology Integration Specialist. Lisa earned her BA from the University of Northern Iowa in Elementary Education, with a minor... Read More →


Wednesday August 2, 2017 8:30am - 9:50am CDT
Bemis Fort Howard Theater

10:00am CDT

Tech Bar
Come, Play, Learn! The tech bar will be a space where you can hang out and practice what you've been learning in your sessions. Talented resource people will be available to answer your questions and guide you in your practice. 

Volunteers

Wednesday August 2, 2017 10:00am - 11:20am CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 015

10:00am CDT

Coding in the Intermediate Classroom
In Coding in the Intermediate Classroom, attendees will walk away with a variety of websites, activities, and robots that use coding. We will look at various proven apps and websites, and have opportunities to practice them. If possible, attendees should bring their own device similar to what they will have students using in their classrooms such as an iPad and laptop/Chromebook.

Speakers
avatar for Lisa Olson

Lisa Olson

Technology Integration Specialist, Green Bay Area Public Schools
Lisa Olson has been employed for over 28 years by the Green Bay Area Public Schools, the first 22 years she was a classroom teacher, and then she became a Technology Integration Specialist. Lisa earned her BA from the University of Northern Iowa in Elementary Education, with a minor... Read More →


Wednesday August 2, 2017 10:00am - 11:20am CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 103

10:00am CDT

Flip Their Learning
The flipped classroom, started in the 1990’s and made popular by Jon Bergmann and Aaron Sams, has become an effective way for teachers and leaders to engage others in learning. There are many variations of the flipped classroom, and this workshop will introduce you to the essentials to be able to flip your classroom, and, maybe even your professional development!

Speakers
avatar for Amy Arbogash

Amy Arbogash

Technology Integration Specialist, Howard Suamico School District
This is my third year as the Technology Integration Specialist at Bay View Middle School in the Howard Suamico School District. We are a progressive 1:1 iPad, Apple, and GAFE school. I love helping teachers and students discover the wows and wonders of learning through technology... Read More →


Wednesday August 2, 2017 10:00am - 11:20am CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 006

10:00am CDT

Upgrade with Add-Ons: Merging Magic with Autocrat and Formmule
Google Apps for Education (Now known as G-Suite) is a powerful suite of tools to meet the needs of any classroom. However, there are times when the base applications just can't quite get the job done. That is where add-ons step in! The world of add-ons in Docs, Forms, and Sheets is a vast one, so this session will focus on utilizing two popular mail merge apps - autoCrat and formMule - in a variety of ways for your classroom.

Speakers
avatar for Josh Gauthier

Josh Gauthier

Josh is a Technology Training Specialist and former Business and Information Technology Educator. Currently working with grades 5 through 8 in the School District of De Pere(Wisconsin), Josh is ever passionate about the role that technology can play in increasing opportunities for... Read More →


Wednesday August 2, 2017 10:00am - 11:20am CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 003

10:00am CDT

Designing 3D Models and Printing Them
This will be a brief explanation of how to create a 3d model file using Sketchup (formerly Google, now Trimble, but still free), how to export the file and load it into slicing software to make it ready for printing and how to print. I will share my knowledge of other 3d modeling software (tending towards the simpler end of the spectrum), slicking software and 3d printers. Due to the complexity of any 3d modeling software, we will not spend too much time on modeling in Sketchup, focusing on just a few features. If you want to practice along with, please have it installed prior to the presentation.

Speakers
avatar for Tom King

Tom King

Tech Integrator, GBAPS
I've been in education since about 1985, in various positions. I've been with GBAPS since 1993, first as a high school math teacher at East, and now with the Department of Technology as a Technology Integrator.


Wednesday August 2, 2017 10:00am - 11:20am CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 105

10:00am CDT

I Do! The Marriage of Literacy and Digital Learning
Literacy and digital learning go hand in hand! During this session, participants will hear about ways to merge the two worlds together. The presenter will give several lesson ideas for writing, reading, and speaking/listening, and then the group will work in grade level bands to brainstorm additional ideas for integration.

Wednesday August 2, 2017 10:00am - 11:20am CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS) 1097

11:20am CDT

Lunch Options
Note that lunch is 55 minutes. Please make every effort to arrive on time to your next session.

You are very welcome to bring your own lunch and enjoy the beautiful St. Norbert College campus. 

Here is a link to a Google map that shows a wide variety of restaurants near the campus: https://www.google.com/maps/search/restaurants/@44.4473594,-88.0718956,14.82z 


Speakers
avatar for Melissa Menne

Melissa Menne

1st Grade Teacher, Westwood Elementary


Wednesday August 2, 2017 11:20am - 12:15pm CDT
Bag Lunch or Area Restaurants

12:15pm CDT

Tech Bar
Come, Play, Learn! The tech bar will be a space where you can hang out and practice what you've been learning in your sessions. Talented resource people will be available to answer your questions and guide you in your practice. 

Volunteers
avatar for Josh Gauthier

Josh Gauthier

Josh is a Technology Training Specialist and former Business and Information Technology Educator. Currently working with grades 5 through 8 in the School District of De Pere(Wisconsin), Josh is ever passionate about the role that technology can play in increasing opportunities for... Read More →

Wednesday August 2, 2017 12:15pm - 1:35pm CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 015

12:15pm CDT

What's the BUZZ about Beebots?
What's all the BUZZ about? A Bee-Bot is an exciting new robot designed for use by young children. This colorful, easy-to-operate, and friendly little robot is a perfect tool for teaching sequencing, estimation, problem-solving, and just having fun! Come to this session to hear how one district is incorporating them into K-3 curriculum. This will be a hands-on session...everyone will have an opportunity to try out a BeeBot!

Wednesday August 2, 2017 12:15pm - 1:35pm CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 103

12:15pm CDT

The 21st Century Leader: Tools for Your Toolbox
Looking for tools to help you lead in your classroom or in your school? Look no further! Come to this session to find organization, creativity, collaboration, and management tools to fill your toolbox!

Speakers
avatar for Amy Arbogash

Amy Arbogash

Technology Integration Specialist, Howard Suamico School District
This is my third year as the Technology Integration Specialist at Bay View Middle School in the Howard Suamico School District. We are a progressive 1:1 iPad, Apple, and GAFE school. I love helping teachers and students discover the wows and wonders of learning through technology... Read More →


Wednesday August 2, 2017 12:15pm - 1:35pm CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 003

12:15pm CDT

Beyond the Breakout: How Do I Create My Own?
At this point, you may have heard of the popular classroom tool known as "BreakoutEDU", based on the Escape Room concept. You may have even used the website and facilitated a breakout in your classroom. But, here comes the next step. How do I create my own? In this session, we'll look at the stock box locks and supplies and work through ideas and strategies for building an engaging and challenging breakout for any content area. Participants in this session should expect that they'll have made significant progress in planning their next BreakoutEDU by the time they leave!

Speakers
avatar for Rebecca Gauthier

Rebecca Gauthier

Green Bay Area Public School


Wednesday August 2, 2017 12:15pm - 1:35pm CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 006

12:15pm CDT

Responding to Literacy with Technology
We will look at a variety of tools that teachers can use in the elementary classroom to have students utilizing technology during the literacy block. This technology will be for students to use for reading as well as for responding to their literacy component.

Speakers
avatar for Raquel Rand

Raquel Rand

Technology Integrator, GBAPS


Wednesday August 2, 2017 12:15pm - 1:35pm CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 105

12:15pm CDT

Using the Epic! for Educators App and Website for Books
We will explore the Epic! for Educators site ((Thousands of popular, high-quality books for K - 5) ), how to create an account, profiles, collections and how to assign collections to different profiles. We will focus on using this in a way in which student privacy is protected.

Speakers
avatar for Tom King

Tom King

Tech Integrator, GBAPS
I've been in education since about 1985, in various positions. I've been with GBAPS since 1993, first as a high school math teacher at East, and now with the Department of Technology as a Technology Integrator.


Wednesday August 2, 2017 12:15pm - 1:35pm CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 014

1:45pm CDT

Let's Explore Virtual Reality & Google Expeditions
Virtual reality has opened up a world of possibilities for our staff and students! Come to this session to get some practical ideas about how to incorporate 360 videos and virtual reality into your school. Attendees will have the opportunity to experience Google Expeditions during the session. Please bring Google cardboard or a Viewmaster if you have one!

Speakers
avatar for Jen Wathke

Jen Wathke

LMS, School District of West De Pere
Jen is a Library Media/Instructional Technology Specialist for the School District of West De Pere. Jen has a passion for creatively blending the world of literacy and technology. She has presented at local, state, and national conferences on a variety of topics including Google Apps... Read More →


Wednesday August 2, 2017 1:45pm - 3:05pm CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 103

1:45pm CDT

Becoming Connected
What does it mean to be connected? AND Why is it so important for our profession? In a rapidly changing world, becoming connected allows professionals to break down barriers within and beyond the world of education. Come learn about tools and avenues that help all stakeholders to be connected, learn from each other and communicate effectively. Participants will leave with knowledge and resources of a variety of technologies that can help them to become ‘connected.’

Speakers
avatar for Amy Arbogash

Amy Arbogash

Technology Integration Specialist, Howard Suamico School District
This is my third year as the Technology Integration Specialist at Bay View Middle School in the Howard Suamico School District. We are a progressive 1:1 iPad, Apple, and GAFE school. I love helping teachers and students discover the wows and wonders of learning through technology... Read More →


Wednesday August 2, 2017 1:45pm - 3:05pm CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 003

1:45pm CDT

AppSmashing, SeeSaw, and Integrating Inquiry and Creation into a K-2 Classroom
In this session we will go through great apps to use in your instruction that can give students the opportunity to share their learning easily on Seesaw, Twitter, etc.! This is also a great way to assess students, save paper, communicate with families, and encourage collaboration among students! We will also discuss what inquiry and creation can look like in a K-2 classroom with examples and cautions to help you take away something new!

Speakers
avatar for Melissa Menne

Melissa Menne

1st Grade Teacher, Westwood Elementary


Wednesday August 2, 2017 1:45pm - 3:05pm CDT
Cofrin Room 15

1:45pm CDT

Take Your Students on an Amazing Race!
Students crave learning opportunities that are challenging, collaborative, and fun. Teachers are very much the same way! Join this session to see how using tools like Google MyMaps and Forms can allow you to create an Amazing Race activity for any subject or purpose to engage learners!

Speakers
avatar for Rebecca Gauthier

Rebecca Gauthier

Green Bay Area Public School


Wednesday August 2, 2017 1:45pm - 3:05pm CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 006

1:45pm CDT

Video and Green Screen Creation
We will look at 3 different video editing software. WeVideo, iMovie and DoInk. We will look at editing video across the three platforms and how to utilize the Green Screen effect in these programs. Tentatively there will be technology for attendees to try one on one. This will be for either teachers to use to present or make announcements as well for how students can be using them in their classrooms.

Speakers
avatar for Raquel Rand

Raquel Rand

Technology Integrator, GBAPS


Wednesday August 2, 2017 1:45pm - 3:05pm CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 105
 
Thursday, August 3
 

8:30am CDT

Tech Bar
Come, Play, Learn! The tech bar will be a space where you can hang out and practice what you've been learning in your sessions. Talented resource people will be available to answer your questions and guide you in your practice. 

Volunteers

Thursday August 3, 2017 8:30am - 9:50am CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 015

8:30am CDT

Getting Started with Google Classroom
In this session, participants will learn how to use the basics of Google Classroom. We will focus on how to organize, engage and enhance student learning with Classroom. This session will be a combination of demonstration and hands-on learning.

Speakers
avatar for Amy Sterckx

Amy Sterckx

Director of Technology, Sturgeon Bay School District
As the Sturgeon Bay School District’s Director of Technology, Amy serves a crucial role as the liaison between the District’s operational teams and educational teams. She serves as the District’s expert in Educational Technology and is responsible for the development of technology... Read More →


Thursday August 3, 2017 8:30am - 9:50am CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 006

8:30am CDT

Organize Your Life with Google Calendar, Keep, and Tasks
Harness the power of Google Calendar, Keep, and Tasks for your professional and personal life. Learn how to digitize your lists, tasks, and events across multiple platforms. We'll also delve into how Gmail can be used to create calendar events and tasks.

PRESENTATION:
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1imPbo0cs6dRYCr7UWSHAIcgn_5xMlpANw6bmI5BrfA4/edit?usp=sharing

Speakers
avatar for Jessica Meacham

Jessica Meacham

STEAM Teacher, Southern Door Schools
After 21 years as an elementary classroom teacher, I've recently transitioned to a new position as our district's Elementary STEAM Teacher.


Thursday August 3, 2017 8:30am - 9:50am CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 014

8:30am CDT

TechVenture
GAFE is changing the way teachers teach and students learn. Tech Venture is a session designed to explore how to unlock the potential of Google Apps for Education for teachers through self-paced activities. We will discuss self-paced activities, badging, and explore some examples of Google tool activities. Tech Venture will examine Google core tools and beyond, as we embark on a journey of investigation of app smashing with Google Tools and tasks to demonstrate mastery.

Speakers
avatar for Ben Brazeau

Ben Brazeau

Instructional Technology Coordinator, Shawano School District
Ben Brazeau is the Instructional Technology Coordinator for Shawano School District, and adjunct professor at UWGB. He has infused technology to create engaging lessons for students in his own classroom and now supports teachers to integrate technology with their students. Ben is... Read More →


Thursday August 3, 2017 8:30am - 9:50am CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 103

8:30am CDT

Music Theory Apps: Five Minutes a Lesson Keeps The Teacher from Stressin'!
Music teachers and enthusiasts, come see my top list of music theory apps sure to make a splash in the music classroom. From music literacy and theory to history and composition, come and see, explore, and brainstorm ideas on how to incorporate them into your teaching. These apps are ideal for 1:1 Classroom settings, just a few devices, or for your piano studio. Some apps require a bit of training to use, but most can roll out in under 5 minutes. My list of apps are training tools, not games, but the students sure are enjoying their learning with them. Feel free to bring your own apps to show off as well!

Speakers
avatar for Wayne Pierre

Wayne Pierre

Speaker, Attendee, GLENBROOK
Elementary music tech.


Thursday August 3, 2017 8:30am - 9:50am CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 105

8:30am CDT

SeeSaw for the Beginner
If you're not using Seesaw in your classroom, you are missing out! Learn how Seesaw can be used to give students a voice, easily communicate with parents, and engage ALL students. We will begin by setting you your seesaw classroom and getting your settings where they need to be. We will then dig into the tools available within Seesaw like video recording, annotating over images, whiteboard recordings, links and uploading files. You will see real examples of how Seesaw can be used in your classroom, and you will leave ready to start the school year with this amazing tool!

Speakers
avatar for Mandy Schroeder

Mandy Schroeder

Technology Integration Coach, Ashwaubenon Public Schools
I work with all learners to help determine the best use of technology in the classroom in order to grow innovative thinkers. I am the technology integration coach for 4K through 12th grade in Ashwaubenon, WI. I am also a Certified Google Educator and a Seesaw Ambassador.


Thursday August 3, 2017 8:30am - 9:50am CDT
Cofrin Room 15

10:00am CDT

Tech Bar
Come, Play, Learn! The tech bar will be a space where you can hang out and practice what you've been learning in your sessions. Talented resource people will be available to answer your questions and guide you in your practice. 

Volunteers

Thursday August 3, 2017 10:00am - 11:20am CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 015

10:00am CDT

SeeSaw: Taking It to the Next Level
Do you have a seesaw class? Are you wondering what else you can do with seesaw within all your content areas? Come to this session to learn about the more advanced features of Seesaw. You will learn how to flip your lessons, begin blogging and try out app-smashing.

Speakers
avatar for Mandy Schroeder

Mandy Schroeder

Technology Integration Coach, Ashwaubenon Public Schools
I work with all learners to help determine the best use of technology in the classroom in order to grow innovative thinkers. I am the technology integration coach for 4K through 12th grade in Ashwaubenon, WI. I am also a Certified Google Educator and a Seesaw Ambassador.


Thursday August 3, 2017 10:00am - 11:20am CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 014

10:00am CDT

Leveraging Technology to Improve Behavior, Engagement, Growth, and Organization
Learn how technology is used throughout our reading, writing, math and content area workshops. Find out how your Daily 5 can get tech'd out-- from routines and structures to differentiation and skill practice.

PRESENTATION:
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1xNoRtb_X0XpJUiomNiD-5WovgDP2EDdkJTwdsnbKLf8/edit?usp=sharing

Speakers
avatar for Jessica Meacham

Jessica Meacham

STEAM Teacher, Southern Door Schools
After 21 years as an elementary classroom teacher, I've recently transitioned to a new position as our district's Elementary STEAM Teacher.


Thursday August 3, 2017 10:00am - 11:20am CDT
Bemis Fort Howard Theater

10:00am CDT

Shrinking the Globe: Using Technology to Bring Social Studies Beyond the 21st Century
Social studies is about how people live, the experiences that have shaped their culture and the interconnectedness of human existence. Teaching social studies should be fun and exciting. Let's talk about the amazing things you are doing in your classrooms. We will learn together, ways to increase technology integration to increase student engagement. We will discuss digital maps, video creation, giving students a voice in class, gamification, connecting your classroom to the world beyond and communicating your classroom's awesomeness beyond your building.

Speakers
avatar for Ben Brazeau

Ben Brazeau

Instructional Technology Coordinator, Shawano School District
Ben Brazeau is the Instructional Technology Coordinator for Shawano School District, and adjunct professor at UWGB. He has infused technology to create engaging lessons for students in his own classroom and now supports teachers to integrate technology with their students. Ben is... Read More →


Thursday August 3, 2017 10:00am - 11:20am CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 103

10:00am CDT

Global and Local Collaboration with Google Hangouts
Learn how to make learning experiences come alive via Google Hangouts. Participants of this session will explore how to engage in a Google Hangout, locate other educators interested in collaborating and creating ongoing learning experiences for students. Collaborative experiences and their successes will be shared.

Speakers
avatar for Amy Sterckx

Amy Sterckx

Director of Technology, Sturgeon Bay School District
As the Sturgeon Bay School District’s Director of Technology, Amy serves a crucial role as the liaison between the District’s operational teams and educational teams. She serves as the District’s expert in Educational Technology and is responsible for the development of technology... Read More →


Thursday August 3, 2017 10:00am - 11:20am CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 006

10:00am CDT

Garageband for Beginners: Rock the Presentation!
Have you ever had your students put together an incredible video project or presentation only to be bored by the majority of the group choosing the same background music? Have you cringed to hear those very popular, but highly inappropriate, lyrics? Do you wish there was a way to make their music options more creative? There is! Come and learn how to use the basic features of the Garageband app for composition & audio export for your students' video presentations. This works for 1:1 classrooms and shared device small group settings! Watch the collaboration and creativity take wing!

Speakers
avatar for Wayne Pierre

Wayne Pierre

Speaker, Attendee, GLENBROOK
Elementary music tech.


Thursday August 3, 2017 10:00am - 11:20am CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 105

11:20am CDT

Lunch Options
Note that lunch is 55 minutes. Please make every effort to arrive on time to your next session.

You are very welcome to bring your own lunch and enjoy the beautiful St. Norbert College campus. 

Here is a link to a Google map that shows a wide variety of restaurants near the campus: https://www.google.com/maps/search/restaurants/@44.4473594,-88.0718956,14.82z 


Speakers
avatar for Melissa Menne

Melissa Menne

1st Grade Teacher, Westwood Elementary


Thursday August 3, 2017 11:20am - 12:15pm CDT
Bag Lunch or Area Restaurants

12:15pm CDT

The Suite Life: The New & Improved GAFE (G-Suite)
Google Apps for Education is now G Suite. Learn about all of the new things that have changed in Google Docs, Sheets, Forms, Slides, Sites and more. Find out how to use the Explore tool within Google to change the way you and your students research and organize information, turn your forms into quizzes, and learn the basics of the new Google Sites.

Speakers
avatar for Mandy Schroeder

Mandy Schroeder

Technology Integration Coach, Ashwaubenon Public Schools
I work with all learners to help determine the best use of technology in the classroom in order to grow innovative thinkers. I am the technology integration coach for 4K through 12th grade in Ashwaubenon, WI. I am also a Certified Google Educator and a Seesaw Ambassador.


Thursday August 3, 2017 12:15pm - 12:45pm CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 006

12:15pm CDT

Fantastic Forms: Open a World Beyond Surveys
Unlock the full potential of Google Forms for education. You may know Forms as a tool to collect information via surveys, but it can be used in a multitude of other ways. Let’s explore its functions as a formative assessment tool and as a way to bring your content alive. We will examine ways to use Forms to create interactive activities that utilize the unique functions of Google Forms. We will look at creating Choose Your Own Adventure style activities and Amazing Race interactive lessons. This session will provide you instruction on the potential of Forms and time to create your own example.

Speakers
avatar for Ben Brazeau

Ben Brazeau

Instructional Technology Coordinator, Shawano School District
Ben Brazeau is the Instructional Technology Coordinator for Shawano School District, and adjunct professor at UWGB. He has infused technology to create engaging lessons for students in his own classroom and now supports teachers to integrate technology with their students. Ben is... Read More →


Thursday August 3, 2017 12:15pm - 12:45pm CDT
Cofrin Room 15

12:15pm CDT

Tech Bar
Come, Play, Learn! The tech bar will be a space where you can hang out and practice what you've been learning in your sessions. Talented resource people will be available to answer your questions and guide you in your practice. 

Volunteers

Thursday August 3, 2017 12:15pm - 1:35pm CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 015

12:15pm CDT

Creating Online Learning Portfolios for Students and Families Using Seesaw Learning Journal
Do you want a way to engage students with technology by creating valuable items that relate to your curriculum? Is communicating what you are doing at school with families important to you? Are you frustrated with uploading items on your own and wasting valuable time finding a place to organize all the things your students do on their devices? Do you like things that are EASY? If you answered yes to these questions, this session is for you! Seesaw Learning Journal has revolutionized my teaching and I will share how you can do the same in any classroom.

Speakers
avatar for Michelle Flicek

Michelle Flicek

Teacher, GBAPS


Thursday August 3, 2017 12:15pm - 1:35pm CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 103

12:15pm CDT

Garageband 2 (Advanced): Rock the Presentation
If you attended my prior presentation: "Garageband for Beginners ...Rock the Presentation!" or you feel confident on your Garageband app prowess, this session is for you! Have you ever had your students put together an incredible video project or presentation only to be bored by the majority of the group choosing the same background music? Have you cringed to hear those very popular, but highly inappropriate, lyrics? Do you wish there was a way to make their music options more creative? There is!  Come and learn three ways to apply the Garageband app for composition & audio export for your students' video presentations. This works for 1:1 classrooms and shared device small group settings! Watch the collaboration and creativity take wing!

Speakers
avatar for Wayne Pierre

Wayne Pierre

Speaker, Attendee, GLENBROOK
Elementary music tech.


Thursday August 3, 2017 12:15pm - 1:35pm CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 105

12:15pm CDT

Green Screen Possibilities
Already know how to take photos and video, add them to a video creation tool, and share them? Take the next step in video creation by adding a green screen to the mix! We'll be using the iOS Doink app. Bring your iPad! I'll have a few available if you don't have access to one for this session. Also, if you happen to have green fabric, bring that too!

PRESENTATION:
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/14DoPUGFhl1JpoCeuZYcugzJZS_aFBcGdKoAWZMCLCDA/edit?usp=sharing

Speakers
avatar for Jessica Meacham

Jessica Meacham

STEAM Teacher, Southern Door Schools
After 21 years as an elementary classroom teacher, I've recently transitioned to a new position as our district's Elementary STEAM Teacher.


Thursday August 3, 2017 12:15pm - 1:35pm CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 014

1:45pm CDT

The Language of the Future: Coding for Elementary Teachers PreK-2
Have you heard all the buzz about coding and wondered how to get started with it in your lower elementary classroom? I will share with you the progression I have taken with my first-grade students. This will include the vocabulary to use, unplugged activities that don't require any technology, IPad and web-based ideas, and robotics. I will share easy ways to integrate coding into your current lessons and curriculum. You will leave with lots of ideas on how to get started!

Speakers
avatar for Michelle Flicek

Michelle Flicek

Teacher, GBAPS


Thursday August 3, 2017 1:45pm - 3:05pm CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 103

1:45pm CDT

Flip Flop Your Classroom with Flipped Learning
Looking for a fun way to engage students in their learning? Discover the benefits of flipped learning. In this session, you’ll hear the success stories of teachers, students, and parents who have participated in a flipped classroom setting and walk away with the tools you need to begin flipping your own classroom.

Speakers
avatar for Rebecca Nelson

Rebecca Nelson

5th Grade Teacher, Green Bay Area Public Schools
Rebecca Nelson has been working as a 5th grade teacher in the Green Bay Area Public School District for the past four years. Her passion for technology is influenced in her teaching style and best allows her to meet the learning needs of her diverse group of students. Join her along... Read More →


Thursday August 3, 2017 1:45pm - 3:05pm CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 014

1:45pm CDT

A+ Integration
We want our students to create quality work with an attitude that portrays that what they’re doing matters. Far too often, students feel that their work is trivial, thus they do the bare minimum to get the projects done. As teachers, we strive to change this mindset. It is essential to show students that what they do in school has meaning and value outside the four walls of our classrooms. This session will focus on tools and strategies that will help increase student engagement and performance by using authentic audiences. As a technology coach, I have seen first-hand how students' engagement dramatically increases when they know their work will have a real audience. Come learn how to successfully integrate technology to make student work significant and meaningful.

Speakers
avatar for Mandy Schroeder

Mandy Schroeder

Technology Integration Coach, Ashwaubenon Public Schools
I work with all learners to help determine the best use of technology in the classroom in order to grow innovative thinkers. I am the technology integration coach for 4K through 12th grade in Ashwaubenon, WI. I am also a Certified Google Educator and a Seesaw Ambassador.


Thursday August 3, 2017 1:45pm - 3:05pm CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 006

1:45pm CDT

Bits & Bytes in Literacy
Are you looking for ideas that will inspire students to move beyond the book? This session will focus on integrating technology into a balanced literacy classroom. We will explore and discuss ways to create a literacy culture where students actively discuss books, connect with classrooms around the world, and engage in innovative activities and projects.

Speakers

Thursday August 3, 2017 1:45pm - 3:05pm CDT
Gehl-Mulva Science Center (GMS-STW) Room 105

1:45pm CDT

Digital Storytelling: Unlocking Student Voice Through Audio/Video Creation
Harness the power of Google Apps for Education GAFE to create a multitude of audio and video projects. Give students a voice in your classroom, provide alternative methods to demonstrate mastery, and create opportunities for peer evaluation. In this session, we will explore how to create audio-video projects that showcase student learning. Participants will learn a variety of tools to create products of learning and explore tools to create their own products to take back to their classrooms. We will look at the process from creation to award shows and all the steps in between. The use of Google Slides, Forms, Classroom, Docs and more will be infused into this session to produce dynamic learning products. The session will be a show and share and with time for participants creating their own products.

Speakers
avatar for Ben Brazeau

Ben Brazeau

Instructional Technology Coordinator, Shawano School District
Ben Brazeau is the Instructional Technology Coordinator for Shawano School District, and adjunct professor at UWGB. He has infused technology to create engaging lessons for students in his own classroom and now supports teachers to integrate technology with their students. Ben is... Read More →


Thursday August 3, 2017 1:45pm - 3:05pm CDT
Cofrin Room 15