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Saturday, February 3
 

10:30am

Catch the #FlipgridFever!
Check out the hottest tech tool around and see how Flipgrid is empowering student voice like never before. Learn news tips and tricks to help you get started with Flipgrid today. Come ready to play and get ready to catch the #FlipgridFever!

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avatar for Ann Kozma

Ann Kozma

Educator Innovation Lead, Flipgrid
Ann Kozma is an Educator Innovation Lead on Team Flipgrid. She is passionate about helping others explore how to use technology to redefine teaching and learning. Ann is a member of the Apple Distinguished Educator Class of 2015, Leading Edge Certified as a Professional Learning... Read More →


Saturday February 3, 2018 10:30am - 11:15am
204 Mendez Fundamental Intermediate School

10:30am

Coding and maker projects with the micro:bit
In this session, participants will be introduced to the micro:bit and how it can be used to enhance coding and maker projects in the classroom. Throughout the session, participants will work with micro:bit's in a hands-on manner, to see how they are used and what resources are available.

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DP

David Platt

I am a 17 year teacher and district technology mentor In that time I have taught German, Computer Science, and EL. I strive to work with teachers and students so that they see the importance of edtech and how it is a necessary part of the classroom environment.


Saturday February 3, 2018 10:30am - 11:15am
216 Mendez Fundamental Intermediate School

10:30am

Digital Breakout EDU investigation
Digital BreakOut is an amazing tool for student engagement. Take any topic to a new level by using ThingLink, VR, and Google Apps. Make your review into an engaging adventure by searching for clues in different rooms, with music and stunning visuals. The digital breakout works best on Laptops/Chromebooks. BYOD

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Venetia Ricchio

Teacher, Montclair HS
Venetia is a 30 year veteran teacher. Formerly a choral director, for the last 12 years she has been teaching Integrated Math in the Chaffey Joint Union High School District. Her passion is using Chromebooks in the classroom to enhance instruction and engage students. She loves to... Read More →


Saturday February 3, 2018 10:30am - 11:15am
218 Mendez Fundamental Intermediate School

10:30am

Digital Student Portfolios: The Whole Picture!
Digital portfolios allow teachers, parents and students to track a student’s progression through the school year. Digital notes, Google Map projects, screencasts, collaborative projects and reading fluency assessments are among some of the learning activities displayed in digital portfolios. Embedded calendars help students develop time management skills.

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Jorge Velastegui

Social Science Teacher/Adjunct Faculty, GGUSD/CSUF
Presenter has 20 years experience teaching in public schools at the elementary and high school level. Presenter was also an administrator and currently works as an adjunct faculty member at CSUF in the Ed Tech Master's Program. The presenter has previously presented at OCCUE and at... Read More →


Saturday February 3, 2018 10:30am - 11:15am
217 Mendez Fundamental Intermediate School

10:30am

Docs to Blogs: Reimagining Student Voice
Come see how elementary students can share their written, audio, and visual voice with wider audiences.  We will explore ideas for composing, creating, and publishing student learning using web-based resources.

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Saturday February 3, 2018 10:30am - 11:15am
208 Mendez Fundamental Intermediate School

10:30am

Google Classroom 201
Once you’ve got the hang of getting your students connected to Classroom, what do you do with it? Come find out when to use the different types of posts and how to quickly navigate through student work. Learn from my mistakes and discover time-saving tips and tricks to use Google Classroom quickly and efficiently while reducing those endless piles of paper.

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avatar for Kristin Moushon

Kristin Moushon

Teacher & EdTech TOSA, Los Alamitos Unified
Teacher of over 10 years and have taught pretty much every subject 6-8. Science ignites my curiosity and excitement, and EdTech is my passion. Google Certified Educator Levels 1 & 2 and EdTech TOSA at my school site.


Saturday February 3, 2018 10:30am - 11:15am
201 Mendez Fundamental Intermediate School

10:30am

How to Start Your School's Future Video Broadcast
A student broadcast performs vital functions of information distribution, social impact, and vision-casting.

Broadcast students gain a regular opportunity to practice communication, collaboration, creativity, and critical thinking in a hands-on, project-based, time-sensitive environment.

Come hear how to put together a working system and implement a student-created video broadcast schedule.

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Saturday February 3, 2018 10:30am - 11:15am
203 Mendez Fundamental Intermediate School

10:30am

Lexia Reading- New Program for Secondary Struggling Readers
Lexia is thrilled to announce the launch of  PowerUp Literacy- a new personalized literacy program for non-proficient readers in 6th grade and above.

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Saturday February 3, 2018 10:30am - 11:15am
220 Mendez Fundamental Intermediate School

10:30am

Maps and Legends: Google Tools for Exploration
Learn how you and your students can use Google tools for exploration in any subject area. You’ll learn how to build and use MyMaps; we’ll also explore Google Earth, Expeditions, Arts and Culture, Timelapse, and Streetview, which allow students to explore the world around them and how it has changed.

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avatar for Kevin Fairchild

Kevin Fairchild

Instructional Technology Coordinator, Saddleback Valley Unified School District
I am a former high school science teacher and ToSA for 21st-Century Instruction. Now I work as an Instructional Technology Coordinator, helping teachers move toward student-centered, inquiry-based, technology-rich instruction. I am a Google Certified Innovator, an organizer of EdCamp... Read More →


Saturday February 3, 2018 10:30am - 11:15am
221 Mendez Fundamental Intermediate School

10:30am

Revealing Secrets of #MysterySkype
Students love mysteries, including Mystery Skype. Increase your students’ geographic understanding and writing skills by connecting with the US. Using technology, students think critically, communicate, creatively develop questions and display new information in a variety of ways all while collaborating with their classmates and peers nationwide to meet the CCSS.

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Leticia Citizen

K-8 Instructional Technology TOSA, Hawthorne School
Leticia is in her 19th year as an educator. She has a particular interest in technology-enhanced teaching. She has presented at national conferences including NSTA (2018), ISTE (2017, 2018, 2019), NCFL (2016 & 2017), TCEA (2018 and 2019), NCTE (2018), and FETC (2019). Leticia also... Read More →


Saturday February 3, 2018 10:30am - 11:15am
215 Mendez Fundamental Intermediate School

10:30am

SHHH Don't Tell Them They're Learning
This workshop will teach you to engage your students and assess
their learning in fun and interactive ways. You will learn to utilize
Quizlet Live and Quizizz to help you assess learning, and help
your students study and review curriculum too.

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avatar for Danielle Carlisle

Danielle Carlisle

Teacher, NLMUSD
I am a 6th grade teacher at Los Coyotes Middle School in NLMUSD. I am a Nearpod Pionear, Apple Certified Teacher, and my school's Tech Lead. I have presented at EdTech Teacher Summit, OCCUE Tech Fest and the NLMUSD Blended Learning Summit.



Saturday February 3, 2018 10:30am - 11:15am
206 Mendez Fundamental Intermediate School

10:30am

STEAM Up Your Novel Units!
Start with a piece of literature and build an integrated novel unit around it that includes connections to ELA, VAPA, Science and Social Studies, Technology and Engineering. We'll cover strategies for planning, useful apps (and some fun ways to use apps you already know about, like gSuite), and possible deliverables.

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avatar for Kimber Johnston

Kimber Johnston

Director of Technology, The Prentice School
Kimber is the Director of Technology for The Prentice School, a K-8 school specializing in students with learning differences. She has been Technology and STEAM specialist for K-6 schools, and has taught 5th & 6th grade and middle school science. She has her BS in Communication Design... Read More →


Saturday February 3, 2018 10:30am - 11:15am
205 Mendez Fundamental Intermediate School

10:30am

The How & Why of Starting a Code Club
Starting a Code Club at your school provides a place for students to explore digital making. For many students an Hour of Code each year simply isn't enough. This session will cover why you should start a Code Club and provide you with what you need to know to get one started.

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avatar for Kyle Wilke

Kyle Wilke

SAI Teacher, Santiago STEAM Magnet School
Kyle Wilke is a SAI Teacher at Santiago STEAM Magnet Elementary School. He is a Raspberry Pi Certified Educator, he was a Google Certified L1 Teacher, but it expired. Still a L2!


Saturday February 3, 2018 10:30am - 11:15am
207 Mendez Fundamental Intermediate School