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Saturday, March 11
 

8:00am PST

Multimedia Text Sets: The Gateway to HyperDocs

Multimedia text sets are collections of content that you can curate, package, and efficiently push out to students using Google Docs. This session will take a look at how using Google Apps for packaging and workflow can greatly enhance your instruction by maximizing the time you have in the classroom. We will share a ton of examples on how text sets can be used to enhance student learning. Each participant will leave the session with new thinking about how to effectively integrate digital instruction, along with multiple lessons and ideas for use in any classroom. You will even have a chance to develop your own!

Session Resources 


Speakers
avatar for Sarah Landis

Sarah Landis

Instructional Coach, Pleasanton Unified School District
Sarah Landis (@sarahlandis) is an Instructional Coach in the Bay Area, California with over 18 years of experience in education. She has a Masters in Curriculum from Teachers College, Columbia University. She is a co-creator of HyperDocs, and co-author of The HyperDoc Handbook, but... Read More →


Saturday March 11, 2017 8:00am - 10:00am PST
Room 609

8:00am PST

SAMR, Digital Lesson Design & Google Apps
This workshop begins with an interactive review of SAMR, the 4Cs, and strategies that help teachers push their pedagogy into the transformational stages of modification and redefinition. We will challenge you to critically analyze a number of digital project examples from multiple perspectives. You will leave this workshop with a project and the knowledge to begin designing and/or modifying existing lessons in your stockpile into quality digital lessons.

Workshop Outcomes
  • Gain a deeper and practical understanding of the SAMR model and the 4Cs.
  • Analyze and categorize a series of sample lessons that incorporate various Google Apps for Education tools.
  • Start to build a project that falls into the Modification or Redefinition categories.
Session Resources

Speakers
avatar for Dan McDowell

Dan McDowell

Director of Learning and Innovation, Grossmont UHSD
Dan is the Director of Instructional Technology for the Grossmont Union High School District. He spent 18 years in the classroom as a history and photography teacher at West Hills HS. In 2008, he was selected as a district teacher of the year. Dan serves as an educational technology... Read More →



Saturday March 11, 2017 8:00am - 10:00am PST
Room 501
  Lesson Design

10:15am PST

Google Drawings for Teachers and Students
Google Drawings is one of the most versatile visual creation tools available to students and it can be used to demonstrate learning in so many ways. Google Drawings can enhance learning through the creation of venn diagrams, graphic organizers, flow charts, badges, interactive images, maps, mathematics e-inking, templates, and many more uses left to the imagination. In this hands-on session, we’ll take a look at many examples and templates that you can use right away with your students. We’ll learn about the features of this great tool and you will become familiar with the power of drawings by creating a fantastic visual of your own.

Session Resources 

Speakers
avatar for Chris Moore

Chris Moore

Elementary STEAM(L)ab Director, Denver Public Schools
Chris Moore, a Google Certified Teacher, Google Educator, and recipient of the National School Board Association's Technology & Leadership Network "20 To Watch 2009" award has been an elementary classroom teacher for over fifteen years. He has been a presenter at conferences and professional... Read More →


Saturday March 11, 2017 10:15am - 12:15pm PST
Room 512

10:15am PST

HyperDocs: What's All the Hype?

Have you heard about HyperDocs and wondered what all the hype is about? This session is an introduction to the concept of HyperDocs. HyperDocs are innovative digital lesson designs that will completely shift your classroom to a student-centered learning environment. During this session, we will:

  • Define a HyperDoc
  • Explain theory and pedagogy behind digital lesson design
  • Discuss blended learning options and models for implementation
  • Explore HyperDoc examples and various packaging options
  • Provide templates to copy and personalize

 

HyperDocs are for educators who are already using Google Apps, and are ready to take tech integration to a transformational level.

Session Resources 


Speakers
avatar for Sarah Landis

Sarah Landis

Instructional Coach, Pleasanton Unified School District
Sarah Landis (@sarahlandis) is an Instructional Coach in the Bay Area, California with over 18 years of experience in education. She has a Masters in Curriculum from Teachers College, Columbia University. She is a co-creator of HyperDocs, and co-author of The HyperDoc Handbook, but... Read More →


Saturday March 11, 2017 10:15am - 12:15pm PST
Room 609

1:15pm PST

HyperDoc Design School

Join us for HyperDoc Design School! During this session we will share methods of creating digital lessons, and then jump in to create your own. You can choose to “file>make a copy” of a template, “remix” someone else’s HyperDoc, or start from scratch. Become a designer, and start implementing transformative lessons in your own blended learning classroom. Once the secrets of the HyperDoc Design school are unlocked, you will be able to personalize your own brand of digital lessons. 

Session Resources 


Speakers
avatar for Sarah Landis

Sarah Landis

Instructional Coach, Pleasanton Unified School District
Sarah Landis (@sarahlandis) is an Instructional Coach in the Bay Area, California with over 18 years of experience in education. She has a Masters in Curriculum from Teachers College, Columbia University. She is a co-creator of HyperDocs, and co-author of The HyperDoc Handbook, but... Read More →


Saturday March 11, 2017 1:15pm - 3:15pm PST
Room 609

1:15pm PST

The Inquiry Design Model
Avoid over prescription and stop denying your students the chance to explore by implementing The Inquiry Design Model (IDM).  Learn how to create a quality IDM lesson, practice question writing, integrate appropriate technology tools, and collaborate with others to create a lesson you can use next year.  IDM lessons help students practice a variety of skills such as integrating and evaluating content from a variety of media and formats, analyzing and comparing two or more texts, and reading closely to make and support logical inferences and conclusions.  Come join the fun and explore the world of IDM.


Skills

Understand what and IDM is

Create compelling questions for an IDM

Create supporting questions for an IDM

Understand the levels of differentiation 

Review technology tools for IDM alignment

Create summative activities for an IDM

Speakers
avatar for Ari Flewelling

Ari Flewelling

Staff Development Specialist, Individual
Ari is an innovative educator with eight years of experience in education and specializes in pedagogy-first technology integration to enhance practices and student achievement. Her passion is inspiring others to others share their stories and skills through technology. In everything... Read More →


Saturday March 11, 2017 1:15pm - 3:15pm PST
Room 502
 
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