Handouts 2014

Keynote Details – Robert Dillon

Schedule Details

Session Title (Hyperlinked to Handouts or Presentations if available) Presenter / Co-Presenter Session Description
20 “Go-To” Apps for Special Education and Title 1 Classrooms Karma Ridpath & Theresa Johnson By using apps, struggling elementary students will become more engaged in their reading and math intervention opportunities. Participants will receive a handout of apps that can be incorporated into existing math and reading intervention lessons.
20 Project Ideas for the 1:1/BYOD Classroom Jason Schmidt Working in an environment where all students have access to technology doesn’t have to be difficult! This fast-paced session will share 20 different ideas for student-centered projects that can be used in many different classroom environments – from 1:1 to BYOD, to anything in between!
Answering the “What If” Question Don Kleinsasser We have all been asked “what if this could be done or that could be done.” This session is going to look at some of the answers that our school has had to the “what if question”. For example, automated detention referrals and tickets for iPad infractions.
Are You an App Barista? Shelly Mowinkel & Heather Callihan iPads. Chrome. Decaf. Caffeinated. Whole milk. Skinny. Grande. Do we have your attention yet? Are you ready to create a specialty handcrafted lesson? This session will show you “a whole latte” iPad and Chrome apps. Bring a lesson you currently teach and we will share digital options to engage your students. Be ready for your “double shot of caffeine” as we help you blend your lessons with creativity and integrate technology.
Automated Walkthrough Feedback with Google Forms and Autocrat Nick Ziegler In this session we will use a Google Form to collect and share data from walkthrough observations. The Google Spreadsheet Add On Autocrat will automatically create a Google Doc that is stored in your Google Drive and shared with the teacher. This is a great way to provide and document immediate feedback to teachers!
Beyond an Hour of Code Kent Steen Every student should have the opportunity to learn computer science. Learn about the brand new (and free!) Code.org K-5 Computer Science curriculum. Critical thinking, logic, persistence, and creativity help students excel at problem-solving in all subject areas.
Be Brave and Blog! Lynne Herr
It’s hard to argue the value of sharing your work with a real audience through a blog. But there is a definite intimidation factor involved in the process. It might even require you to muster up some personal bravery.  In this session, you’ll learn about the Brave Project, and its model for personal and professional growth, then explore the blog that documents the progress of the project.
 
This session will not only discuss the tools and tips of blogging, but also help you create a plan to have interesting things to share, develop a structure and timeline to help guide you and generate ideas for using blogs to model personal growth and outside the box thinking. We’ll also look at the role of audience feedback and support in the blogging process, as well as tools to help get your message to your intended audience. 
Build a Digital Binder that Grows with Your Growing Middle Schoolers Heather Riley & Laura Goracke Come see how digitally student created binders, which include different apps and web based tools, are started and built through successful middle school years and used as a reference guide and review tool for preparation for the state test and beyond.
Building A Positive School Culture with Technology Bob Bednar How can teachers, counselors and administrators use the iPad to build a positive school culture? This session will focus on a variety of apps that build communication and creativity in students, and collaboration among staff / students. Tools that develop citizenship and life long learning will be demonstrated. Apps include using Book Creator along with photo apps, drawing apps, YouTube, and other story telling tools.   Kahoot will be demonstrated as an assessment and reflection tool.
Classroom Connections to the World Bob Bednar This session will demonstrate classroom connections to live virtual field trips (Henry Doorly Zoo, National Park System sites) and connections to authors, speakers, or experts. Technology tools include Skype, Google Hangouts, and Distance Learning .323 Equipment. CAPSpace and CILC (Center for Interactive Learning Collaboration), two clearinghouse organizations will be discussed, as well as Google Plus Communities. Classroom collaboration tools will be showcased using online discussions and iPad apps.
Common Sense Media Free Professional Development Darci Lindgren Explore online training available from Common Sense Media from one of their certified educators. Digital Literacy, Citizenship, CIPA, E-Rate, and other topics can be discovered.
Common Sense Media in the Elementary Classroom Darci Lindgren Come and explore the FREE Common Sense Media scope and sequence with a Common Sense Media certified educator. Cross curricular lessons will cover Internet Safety, Privacy & Security, Relationships & Communication, Cyberbullying, Digital Footprint & Reputation, Self-image & Identity, Information Literacy, and Creative Credit & Copyright issues. All lessons are fully downloadable for pen & paper classrooms and have interactive digital content to support an online classroom. Parent handouts for every lesson help to tie in outreach. This Common Core, NETS.S, ELA, AASL, and ISTE standards aligned curriculum will meet all CIPA and E-Rate requirements. https://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/scope-and-sequence
Common Sense Media in the Middle and High School Classroom Darci Lindgren Come and explore the FREE Common Sense Media scope and sequence with a Common Sense Media certified educator. Cross curricular lessons will cover Internet Safety, Privacy & Security, Relationships & Communication, Cyberbullying, Digital Footprint & Reputation, Self-image & Identity, Information Literacy, and Creative Credit & Copyright issues. All lessons are fully downloadable for pen & paper classrooms and have interactive digital content to support an online classroom. Parent handouts for every lesson help to tie in outreach. This Common Core, NETS.S, ELA, AASL, and ISTE standards aligned curriculum will meet all CIPA and E-Rate requirements. https://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/scope-and-sequence
Create a Maker Space in Your Classroom or School Paul Clark Come to this session to see some ways to use Scratch, an easy to use programming language for kids, and various electronic boards such as the Hummingbird and MakeyMakey to create a space in your classroom that encourages creativity and innovation. Examples of student created projects such as animatronics will be demonstrated.
Create Video – What You Need to Know! Corey Dahl & Ann Feldmann Corey Dahl (ESU 8) and Ann Feldmann (Bellevue) will share tips and tricks for making videos for your classroom. In this session Corey and Ann will share a variety of tools, tips, and tricks to video creation!
Creating Wix Websites for Online Assignments Peggy Moore Student developed ePortfolios and a new age “WebQuest” using Wix.com, a cloud-based web development platform that allows users to create HTML5 websites.
Developing and Presenting Lab Activities in an Online Environment Judy Montgomery & Tricia Kehn Presenting case studies and facilitating a dialogue on developing and presenting effective lab activities in an online or blended class environment. In this session we will share case studies and open a dialogue with attendees on the design of individual labs and activities that provide the means for students to successfully complete their projects either individually or collaboratively online. Through these activities, students can submit their research, data, evaluations, and conclusions electronically for peer review and teacher assessment which can be of great benefit in an online or blended learning environment.
Digital Declutter Jason Everett Take control of your digital life! Would you like to get a handle on your files, email, passwords, social networks, contacts, calendar, bookmarks, notes, books, photos, media, blogs, not to mention all your extra cables and accessories? We’ll explore some tools to get you started on your journey to an organized digital life!
Evaluating the Technology Rich Classroom Dawn Ferreyra The students are on the computers, but are they learning? In this session we will use ISTE’s NETS and Marzano’s research to evaluate the use of classroom technology and discuss best practices for technology implementation. By the end of the session you will have more tools for evaluation and resources for implementing new technology in your school or classroom.
Five Reasons to Fall in Love with Google Chrome Beth Still Technology should save us time, right? In this session you will learn how to easily access Twitter, Diigo, TechSmith, Goo.gl, and PicMonkey which are all tools that are designed to help us communicate, collaborate, create and share.
Formative Assessment Made Fun! Aaron Svoboda Assessment does not have to be a painful experience. In this session, participants will be shown a variety of tools to easily, powerfully, and in a fun way, gain student understanding data to guide instruction.
GClassFolders, Doctopus & Goobric OH MY Nick Ziegler Don’t get overwhelmed! These three scripts (now add-ons) are GREAT time savers for all teachers. They work together to organize your drive (GClassFolders), hand out assignments (Doctopus), and assess student work (Goobric). In this session I will walk you through the process.
Generation iY…Why Not? Chris Good & Rhonda Jindra Who is Generation iY? What makes them tick? How do we engage these learners in the classroom? This session will address these questions as well as provide insight for engaging Generation iYers.
Get Going with Google Drive Jenny True Today’s world is dominated by technology. As teachers, we face the daunting task of educating students sufficiently to meet standards while still creating effective problem solvers who will be successful, life-long learners in the uncharted technological world that is our future. Many obstacles stand in our way including meeting diverse needs, time constraints, financial limitations, and motivating resistant students.   Google Drive is a free tool, literally at our fingertips that can help us to overcome many of the obstacles that stand in our way. The only technology required is a device (computer, Chrome book, tablet, etc.), an Internet connection, and a Gmail account. Learn how you can use the different tools of Google Drive (Docs, Presentation, Forms, etc.) to motivate your students, allow them to connect and collaborate with each other, efficiently monitor and provide guidance/feedback to students, and provide an overall opportunity for you to get your classroom running more efficiently.
Get Your Groove On! Apps and Tools to Improve Personal Wellness Lynne Herr Tired? Stressed? Wishing you were more fit? Still looking for a way to lose some extra weight? Lynne will share her personal experience of losing weight and improving personal fitness with the support of easy to use, personalized tech tools and apps. From wearables that track your sleep and steps; to apps that help reduce anxiety, manage stress or battle negative self-talk, great tools to help you improve your personal wellness are more accessible than ever. Also learn how G+ communities and #nebedfit on Twitter also offer support and encouragement along the way. If you’re ready to lessen your stress, get moving more and improve your overall health, this session will show you tools to help you reach your goals!
Getting Classy with Google Classroom Jason Schmidt This fall, Google released a new tool called Classroom to help teachers manage their digital classrooms with Google Apps. This session will give attendees a hands-on opportunity to see what Classroom looks like from both a teacher perspective and from a student perspective. There will be plenty of time for questions and interaction as we go through the session.
Give Paper and Pencil Assessment the Boot-Use Infuse Learning and Kahoot! Chris Good & Patty Finney Formative assessment can provide valuable information to teachers as they make decisions on classroom instruction. To enhance student engagement, Chris and Patty will share two free Web 2.0 tools, which provide fun for students and important information for teachers.
Going 1:1 with Google Chromebooks Jay Dostal Kearney High School deployed over 1400 Chromebooks to students in December of 2013. Learn the process that led up to this deployment and what we have learned about the devices thus far. Additionally, learn how teachers are using the devices in their classrooms.
Google Apps for Education Domain Administration Jason Everett Do you manage the day to day operations of your Google Apps for Education domain? Learn more about domain deployment options, managing users, groups, organizations, services, reporting, security and other key features of GAFE.
Google Docs vs. MS Office Graci Gillming Is Google Docs comparable to MS Office for educational/classroom use? We report. You decide.
Google Meets School Improvement Stephanie Buzek & Marci Ostmeyer Has your School Improvement Team ever wondered who has certain documents that you could use for school improvement or misplaced important school documents? Are you tired of 3-ring binders packed full of paper? Or, better yet, having to flip through these binders to locate a specific item? Organizing years worth of information and then presenting that evidence to external review teams are often some of the biggest hurdles faced by School Improvement Teams. Follow a school’s journey as they go (almost) entirely paperless for the evidence collection and documentation of the school improvement process. Through the use of Google, this is possible. By creating a unique Gmail account (we named ours SI) and corresponding Google Drive folder, evidence is collected via document sharing and use of email. Come listen as we describe the steps we took in this adventure as well as tips and tricks that we have learned along the way.
Google Tips & Tricks from Google Certified Trainers Jeff Ingraham & Pam Krambeck Favorite new features of Google will be shared by Google certified trainers. Come and see what is new and exciting in the world of Google apps for education. Ideas for using new Google features with your students and staff will be shared along with tips and tricks learned along the way.
Graphite Scavenger Hunt – Identifying the Learning Potential of Apps, Websites, and Games Jeremy Nielsen Graphite.org, a free service by Common Sense Media, offers four great ways to identify and integrate digital tools into your teaching. First, discover rigorous reviews of hundreds of products. Second, rate and review the tools you’re using and share with others. Third, curate your favorites into collections. Fourth, create your lesson plans into “App Flows”, a framework that helps you outline where, why and how tools meet your teaching objectives.
I Can Do That! Pam Krambeck Apps, gadgets and sites for YOUR classroom will be shared. If you are looking for easy to use tools, apps and sites that work across a variety of subject areas you have found your session. New finds and ideas for using tools you may have forgotten about will be shared in this session.
iCreate, iStore, iShare in Evernote Amber Spotanski & Kandi Stelling Learn how to effectively implement and utilize Evernote for the use of Formative Assessments, Cross-Curricular Collaboration, Digital Portfolios, and Student-Led Conferences.
iCreate-iCapture-iShare on the iPad Karen Berreckman & Anngie Love We are using the iPad to make learning visible in our classrooms. We will show how students in a second grade classroom and a fourth grade classroom use the iPad to capture, create, record and share their learning. We will share our favorite apps and share projects that have worked for us.
Instagram and Vine in the Classroom Jodie Morgenson Let’s have fun in the classroom <GASP!> via social media apps, Instagram and Vine. By using popular social media sites that the students are ALREADY using, make an impact on your students’ learning by speaking (one of their) language(s). Yes, Facebook is dying (for the generation of students we are teaching–if not for us!) and YES, they are onto the idea that their teachers have discovered Twitter, so keep that novelty fresh. Jodie will give examples of ways she’s used Instagram and Vine in meaningful ways to impact her students’ learning every day! Jodie is a social media evangelist and will love to change your mind on opening the doors to using the latest and greatest social media outlets in your classroom, school and district at large.
It’s All About the Connections Beth Still & Bob Dillon Being connected to a personal learning network is essential in the field of education, but many educators are still reluctant to interact with strangers. If you are still on the fence about becoming a connected educator then come listen to Beth Still, Bob Dillon, Kristina Peters, Uati Paopao, and Craig Badura share what being a connected educator means to them and how their network has impacted their careers. We will take questions from the audience. Please use this link to submit them ahead of time: http://goo.gl/MRV8Ry.
Keeping Up with Technology: Free Online Professional Development Resources to Enhance Your Technology Skills and Understanding Kelly Gatewood & Dr. Sue Adragna No matter what your technology skill level, this session will help you to find free resources that will allow you to keep up with the changing use of technology in education. Learn how to access, plan and implement fun and exciting new ways to incorporate different technologies into your teaching. What you want to learn how to do with technology is out there…you just need to know where to access it. Self-designed professional development is the key. Enjoy podcasts, tutorials, and chat rooms all free and all designed to help you keep up with the ever changing world of educational technology. Join us in this informative and fun session.
Let Me Take a Selfie! Tammi Japp Kids love to see themselves on screen! Use this to your advantage in a variety of lessons. I will show many examples of quick and easy to implement ideas of using photos/videos to enhance lessons in your classroom. Everyone will leave with ideas/activities that can be implemented when you get back to your classroom and will enhance student learning.
Leveraging the Holy Trinity of Google Apps to Streamline Day-to-Day Tasks Jon Frey In this session, the participant will discover how easy it is to create a document that will be populated with content gathered from a Google form. The presenter uses the Google script AutoCrat to gather simple content submitted by staff to generate everything from office referral documents to RTI referrals. The trinity of Google Apps utilized in this session will be Google Docs, Sheets and Forms.
Lights, Camera, Action! Differentiating Instruction in Physical Education Through the Use of Mobile Technology Megan Adkins The use of mobile technology has allowed Physical Education teachers to differentiate instruction and meet all learner’s needs in developing and improving motor skills. Within this session participants will learn about how IOS devices are being implemented into Physical Education, the benefit of the mobile technology, Apps directly related to Physical Education and individual, group, and teacher assessment examples.
Literacy+Technology=HOTS Peg Coover Bring literacy and technology together in any classroom to improve skills and cultivate creativity. In this session you will learn about web tools and iPad apps that engage students in higher order thinking (HOT) with collaborative and creative projects that will help them with vocabulary and reading comprehension. We will also look at tools that enhance the art and science of teaching in all content areas.
Managing Student Workflow with Google Apps Aaron Svoboda This session will show participants how Google Apps can be utilized to simply and powerfully manage students’ digital work. A variety of solutions will be shared including Google’s newest educational tool, Google Classroom!
May I Hold the Door for You? It is Open 24-7, Are We Ready? Marcie Kostrunek 24-7 connectivity has changed how our students learn and connect. We must teach them safe and civilized online behavior! Join us to discuss how Cozad Middle School integrated Digital Citizenship lessons on a weekly basis. We created a program that involves the entire staff and is meaningful to students and parents, helping them to make good choices online. We’ll share plenty of examples and lessons with you!
Media Production Keely Reinert Are you wanting to promote your school? Wanting to start a school broadcast or media class? Explore what Cozad High School students are creating. Join students and their instructor for a panel discussion and hear what they have to say about the benefits of a Media Production course, and the technology they use. We will answer any questions you may have.
Nebraska BlendEd Project Craig Hicks & Linda Dickesen The goal of Nebraska’s BlendEd eLearning System is to implement instructional and content technologies to enhance teaching and learning to support all modes of blended instruction. This session will highlight advancements in the areas of distance education, learning management systems, online learning, learning object repositories, open educational resources, and delivery of professional development content.
Organizing Content Using Flipboard Magazines Josh Allen Flipboard is a great tool for collecting resources for students or colleagues. Whether on your iOS or Android device or a computer, you can create “magazines” of information from all over the web. Magazines are available on any internet-enabled device and could even be embedded on a Google Site! By the time you leave this session, you will be publishing your own magazine!
Putting your LOR to Work with Safari Montage Gregg Robke
In this session, you will become familiar with Safari Montage. Safari Montage is a state-wide project that allows teachers to share content across the state. Although it is relatively new to some, you can see what awaits you and your district as this becomes more widely used in Nebraska.
Raising Standardized Test Scores with the FLIP of a Classroom Kevin Hermeling & David Friedli See how flipping a math classroom using Educreations, Edmoto, Socrative and others increased student motivation and improved student performance on standardized tests (including ACT) as well as daily work. The strategy has helped Conestoga Public Schools meet AYP.
SAMR Smackdown Jeremy Nielsen This session will present the SAMR model of Tech Integration (Substitute, Augment, Modify, Redefine). We will also discuss gradual release lesson planning, and making an intentional effort to design lessons integrating technology. This is a very comprehensive session that encompasses several parts of educational and instruction technology.
School Counselors — There’s an App for That! Dustin Favinger Explore ways to efficiently engage students in the school counseling realm. The use of several google tools to streamline communication, automate workflow, and encourage greater communication with students will be showcased.
Sophia.org = Flipped Classroom Nick Ziegler The Flipped Model takes some of the direct instruction and the guided practice out of the classroom – leaving you more time for facilitating extended learning in the classroom. Sophia.org is the perfect online space to accomplish this goal. Come learn how!
Student Engagement with Historical Thinking and Technology Caitlin Leuenberger In this session, participants will learn how to integrate technology into their social studies instruction. We will be looking at digital tools to assist with the historical thinking skills used for investigating primary sources. Let’s take history past the memorization of names and dates and into the future by creating a more in depth understanding and connection to our past with the help of technology.
Teach Digital Citizenship (and Other Subjects) Using MinecraftEdu! Mark Danley & Ji Guo We will show teachers and administrators how Minecraft can be used in classrooms or in after school clubs to teach and reinforce digital citizenship objectives. We will also introduce other subjects that can be taught using MinecraftEdu.
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Terri Rowenhorst, Craig Hicks, Dawn Ferrerya, & Gordon Roethemeyer Learn about the applications, digital courses and learning objects available to Nebraska educators at no cost through the ESU CC’s membership in the non-profit NROC Project (theNROCproject.org). Join us for one or both parts of this two-part session. Part 1 will offer an overview of HippoCampus resources across disciplines, the new EdReady College Readiness application, and a closer look at NROC Math curriculum, with a sneak peek at upcoming NROC English curriculum. BYOD for part two of the session, where we will take a deeper dive into the resources and look at some of the specific uses that might serve your students best. Learn how to make the most of NROC resources to support your local and BlendEd innovations!
Teaching with the Power of Digital Media: NROC Resources to Serve Nebraska: Part II Terri Rowenhorst, Craig Hicks, Dawn Ferrerya, & Gordon Roethemeyer If you are already familiar with NROC resources or wish to learn more about a specific application, this is the session for you. Join us for a guided exploration of specific resources (BYOD) and personalized guidance/discussion on specific use cases. Learn how to choose the right NROC application to meet your needs, and discover how to create a HippoCampus playlist, use EdReady for ACT/SAT prep, and/or adapt NROC Math curriculum resources in your favorite online applications.
Technology in Urban and Rural Schools: A Comparison Study Jesse Yentes & Martonia Gaskill For many decades rural education was not a hot topic in the research literature. Recently, rural education has received national attention in many aspects such as availability of technology and quality of teacher training to mention just a few. While many schools have been able to place fully operational computer labs and include mobile initiatives such as one to one computing to improve both teaching practices and student learning, not all schools are enjoying the same advancements or opportunities. The literature indicates classrooms that are rich in technology tools can provide students with greater opportunities for learning and engagement. The purpose of this study is to compare the availability and use of technology in teaching practices and learning activities in several rural and urban schools in Nebraska.
Technology Integration Made Simple Melanie Anderson It all begins with your willingness to try. Simple ideas will be shared to get technology integrated into your classroom and students engaged in learning.
The EduFolio – One ePortfolio for Education Nick Ziegler The purpose of assessment is not only to provide an accurate snapshot of what students have learned, but also to inform the learning process – – to help students learn more effectively. The EduFolio is a FREE Google Sites template I have created, designed to follow kids across grade levels and across content areas. Sections include pages for: individual class pages, reflecting on strategies for learning, showcasing a student’s best work, setting future goals, highlighting academic achievement, and documenting student activities. Come check it out!
The Gamer’s Advantage: Using Minecraft to Enhance Reading Comprehension and Literary Analysis Rick Marlatt New literacies such as gaming competency and knowledge of video game play can be blended with a variety of traditional literacy operations including reading comprehension, literacy analysis, and written reactions to literature to enhance student achievement in English and Language Arts classrooms. This session will demonstrate how Minecraft is an example of an application that can be used to unlock hidden funds of knowledge that many reluctant readers and writers possess. A unit overview will be provided that exhibits the implementation of Minecraft game play in conjunction with summarizing and responding to S.E. Hinton’s novel, The Outsiders. In-class clips, student work samples, and qualitative/quantitative evidence of unit success will be provided as well.
There is a Math App for That Lenny VerMaas Students can play Minecraft for hours at a time and learn multiple relationships within their “world.” While not at the level of Minecraft, there are many engaging math games and apps to help students learn mathematics and enjoy learning mathematics. I will share my favorite apps. Participants will be encouraged to add their favorites through a Google survey.
Toddlers and Tablets: How Young is too Young? Evi Wusk & Julie Jones-Branch Parents and educators alike take note when young children navigate the touchscreen of smart phones and tablets with ease. This session will share research regarding the impact of technology on learning when used in the early childhood classroom and share practical strategies for effective integration.
Top 10 Web Resources to Electrify Your Classroom Jackie Ediger Surprise your students with these Chrome apps and amazing websites that will excite and electrify your classroom with resources for all content areas.
Two Easy Tools to Flip Your Class Rick Williams Participants will see how Educreations and Explain Everything will allow teachers to record their class for students and parents so whether the student is in class or just needs to hear the lesson again, the process is easy. Even helps resource teachers reinforce how teachers are presenting the material.
Two Terrific Tools for (Story) Telling Peg Coover We will explore two engaging Google tools that will enhance what you already do well in your Social Studies, Science, Math or Language Arts classroom. Google Maps Engine Light allows you and your students to create maps that can be shared for collaboration just like other Google Docs, with location markers that can include links, photos, and descriptions to tell a story in any content area. We will also look at Google Earth Tour Builder, a fantastic tool for writing or sharing knowledge. The tours you and your students create will put the reader anywhere on the Earth, with multimedia elements to enhance text. In this hands-on session teachers will learn everything they need to create interactive projects that provide visual and collaborative experiences for students.
Using E-Rate to Deliver Digital Learning SuAnn Witt & Diane Wolfe In July the FCC issued its 7th Report and Order to modernize the E-Rate program and expand support for WiFi connectivity for schools and libraries. The R&O seeks to close the WiFi gap, make E-Rate dollars go farther, and deliver faster, simpler and more efficient applications and other processes. Learn how to make the most of changes in the E-rate program to bring faster broadband to your classrooms.
Video Security Using Synology Surveillance Station Christopher Fletcher Are you tired of dealing with complicated security systems or spending money on expensive hardware and licensing fees? If you are looking to install or upgrade a scalable, easy to access video security system at a reasonable cost then you should consider the Synology Surveillance Station. During this session I will demonstrate the Surveillance Station video security software hosted on a Synology NAS server. We will discuss the features, pricing and scenarios for organizations of different sizes.
What Should Your School Look Like Next Year? Dave Evertson Join the discussion with a panel of innovative teachers and school leaders as they discuss what schools should look like in 2015 and beyond. While technology makes many changes possible, this discussion will NOT focus on the technology, but on re-thinking how a school works, including leadership, PD, authentic learning, staffing, schedules, and community.
Win a NETA Contest: Tips for a Top-Notch Entry Lynne Herr & Evi Wusk Improve your chances of winning a NETA contest in 2015! Get the inside track on conference requirements and judging criteria to move your entry to the top. This session will outline the submission process, explore our new contests: Infographics and What’s Your Impact? Video Contest, and provide tools to help you optimize your submission.
Workin’ On a Website, We Chose Weebly for Education! Jackie Ediger Come and learn how easy it is to make your own Website design with Weebly. It’s simple, it’s gorgeous, and you can leave with your site started and ready to go for this year.

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