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Session Room Primary Presenter Last Name Primary title work info Lyme Central Lisa Blank Teacher School District A Aqueduct AB SUNY Michael Jabot Professor Fredonia Aqueduct A CD Williamsville Social Studies Amy Kantz Central Teacher Schools A Aqueduct EF Lead Technology Orange- Art Schouten Integration Ulster BOCES Specialist Cascade AB - SMART A Room Farnsworth Teacher- Donna Abbruzzese Middle Science School, GCSD Cascade CD - SMART A Room Technology New Hartford Mike Amante Integration Central School Specialist A Highland AB Rochester Technology Kathy Tarello School for Teacher the Deaf A Highland C elearning Kelli Eckdahl EduTech Director A Highland D Joel Ryan TROXELL A Highland E Technology Valentina Ess Erie 1 BOCES Coordinator Highland F - A MS room Teacher, Tyler ISD, Greg Garner Technology Tyler, TX Applications Highland G - A BYOL Jordan Elbridge Katie Regan Teacher Central Schools Highland H - A BYOL Generation Sylvia Martinez President YES - on vendor list A Highland JK Assistant Buffalo State Barbara Ann Sherman Professor College A Hyatt e-Learning CapRegion Colin Strainge Program BOCES/NERIC Coordinator A Hyatt - DL Technology Abby DeMarco Naples CSD Teacher Staff Dev - A Hyatt North Atomic Atlantic Laurie Lynch Learning- on Territory vendor list Manager B Aqueduct AB Adam Bellow President eduTecher Aqueduct B CD Education Learning Benson Loo Technology Services - on Consultant vendor list B Aqueduct EF Mexico HS Vocal and Academy and Hope Greco Music Theory Central Schools Cascade AB - SMART B Room Math & Science Lyme Central Lisa Blank Teacher/ School District Technology Coordinator Cascade CD - SMART B Room Founder / Rod Serling Lawrence Kassan Director Video Festival B Highland AB Instructional Nanuet Chris Kersting Technology Union Free Teacher School District B Highland C Christopher Cappelletti Teacher CRCS B Highland D Joel Ryan TROXELL B Highland E Mohawk Instructional Regional Heather Shaffer Computing Information Specialist Center Highland F - B MS room Instructional The Digigogy Michael Fisher Coach and Ed Collaborative Consultant Highland G - B BYOL New York Instructional City Michael Swirsky Technology Department Specialist of Education Highland H - B BYOL National Director of Center for Pam Weaver Community Missing & Education Exploited Children/NY B Highland JK NYIT School Sarah McPherson of Education B Hyatt Distance Monroe 2 Donna Farren Learning Orleans Specialist BOCES B Hyatt - DL NYS Reading Instructional Debbie DePalma Resource Specialist Center Staff Dev - B Hyatt Darlynda Miktuk Coordinator Erie 1 BOCES C Aqueduct AB Assistant PS 143 Louis Sal Paingankar Principal Armstrong Aqueduct C CD Mohawk Instructional Regional Allison Blackwell Computing Information Specialist Center C Aqueduct EF Charter Director of School for Bob Shannon Technology Applied Technologies Cascade AB - SMART C Room City of Science Rachel Wagner Tonawada Teacher School District Cascade CD - SMART C Room General Instructional Brown Christy Williams Technology Central Specialist School District C Highland AB Webster Brenda Roof Data Analyst Central School District C Highland D Joel Ryan TROXELL C Highland E Erie 1 Coordinator/S Jim Dailey BOCES/WNYR taff Developer IC Highland F - C MS room Nazareth Stephen Ransom Dr. College of Rochester Highland G - C BYOL Ossining Director of Jeremy Luft Union Free Technology School District Highland H - C BYOL Google Certified Teacher, Apple Niskayuna Carol LaRow Distinguished CSD Educator, Smithsonian Laureate C Highland JK Assistant Buffalo State Barbara Ann Sherman Professor College C Hyatt Director, Polycom Polycom - on Elizabeth Holden Grant vendor list Assistance Program C Hyatt - DL Staff Dev - C Hyatt Caroline Kick Regional Lightspeed Dennis Delaney Sales Systems Manager C Highland C Co-Presenter Co-Presenter Co title Presider presider_lname Title ENO Education Stasse Perkins Teacher Margaret Brennen in the Classroom A Practice-Based Lawrence Maheady Professor Evidence Data System Using Podcasts Social Studies in the Social Michael Harnick Peter Ciarelli Teacher Studies Classroom Technology Salomon- Google Apps in a Jaclyn Integration Ellefsen Wired World Specialist Science Inquiry and Computer Abby Dogum Based Manipulatives iPads in Education: Ideas, Best Practices, & More Wikis and Blogs as School-wide Tools Online Learning: Balancing Time and Learning TROXELL Elementary,Li brary,Coordin FLIPPING Out in Latest and ators,Home the Elementary greatest School,Staff Classroom Developer Will it Blend? Photo Story If Games are the Answer, What's the Question? Modifying the Pre-CIS Barbara A Freshmen Cohort Experience e-Lerning Making Sense of Mike Sylofski Managing Distance and Coordinator Online Learning Integrated Computer Technology Deb Wordingham Lab Assistant Projects, Grades 3-6 Becoming 21st Century-Ready Webtools to Make Learning Rock! Reading Fuently and Expressively with Moo-O Technology In The Arts: Michael Phillips Smartboards iPods & Beyond If They Build It, Stasse Perkins They Will Be Empowered Rod Serling Video Festival Director of Online Learning: Dana Koch Global Policy, Cost & Services Quality Factors Technology Student Run Jay Morris Integration Video Specialist Announcements TROXELL One-to-One: Technology Jim Hill Effective Coordinator Implementation The Digigogical Matrix Instructional Wild, Wacky and Ellen Phillips Technology Kelly Gallagher Worthy: Web 2.0 Specialist Tools for Schools Keeping Children Safe In a Changing Online World STEM and Global Sarah McPherson Connections with Taiwan Distance Videoconferencin Tami Fancher Learning g and 21st Coordinator Century Skills Director, NYS New York State Reading Michelle Fitzsimmons Reading Resource Resource Center Center Great Idea? Need Money? Find Grant Tips Here 1:1 Computing: Creating 21st Catherine Page Century Classrooms Kindergarten 15 Minutes of Janet Bunce Barbra Caraher Teacher Fame Free Curriculum Mappping Eon Verrall VP Resource for NYS Schools Catch of the Day: Instructional Creating 21st Jenny Conklin Coach Century Classrooms Teachers, Library Media Janelle Briggs Technology, and Specialist Trailers Utilizing Scanning Software to Analyze Assessment TROXELL Tech Field Trips: Coordinator/S Dave Mileham From Sketch to taff Developer Reality Transform Learning by Connecting: A Conversation Assistant Professional Jennifer Forsberg Director of Development 2.0 Technology Teacher and Student Projects Using Google Tools 2-yr vs 4-yr college Mark Marino Instructor computer curriculums Grant Manager, 7 Steps to Polycom Technology Stephanie Donaldson Grant Grants for Assistance Education Program TBD Balancing Learning and Security in a Web 2.0 World Program Description Tech Needs speakers Bring My Own This presentation will illustrate how to incorporate new uses of technology in a 21st century learning environment that Speakers Laptop allows students to be actively engaged in the learning process and become self-directed learners. As the impact of teacher effectiveness garners greater attention, it is important that new initiatives be introduced to integrate data in a systematic way. This session will share data Laptop concerning the implementation of an integrated data approach including measures of fidelity of implementation and the use of developmental assessment to guide instruction. Using both video and audio podcasts from various sources, two high school social studies teachers will present lesson plans and ideas they have used Speakers which incorporated podcasts into the 9-12 social studies curriculum. Handouts and sample lesson information will be provided. We will take a look at what society, both professionally and recreationally, are doing in the cloud. We will discuss the advantages of paperless work environments that utilize Google Apps to operate without the overhead of tech support, equipment, or paper. We will also take a look at how this could change learning environments and what impact this can have on all those involved. In this digital age teachers must have the skills and techniques to bring the power of computers into the science and math classroom. With the aid of ExploreLearning Gizmos, the participant/student will Speakers formulate questions and make observations leading to a hypothesis; participants will then test their hypothesis, revise and refine their thinking, and apply their new-found knowledge. With the potential to revolutionize education, the iPad offers up a whole new class of software for leverage mobile technologies, expanding ebook reading abilities, creating Laptop interactive publications, and much, much more. During this session, you will learn to begin implementing these devices to leverage mobile computing for their students and teachers. Wikis and blogs provide opportunities for students and staff to collaborate, create and share written text, photos and video. This workshop will demonstrate several uses of wikis and blogs in the classroom Laptop and across the school. Lesson ideas will be shared along with examples, guidelines, and suggestions for free or low cost resources to help you get started using wikis and blogs in your school. Is your organization or job looking at and evaluating online learning? If so, are these the kinds of questions that are floating through your organization? What is online learning? What is considered a Laptop quality course? What kind of learning takes place in an online course? What are the rewards/obstacles often encountered in online learning? In this session AccelerateU will present on online learning. Teachers are discovering how exciting the use of a FLIP camera can be in enhancing everyday classroom instruction. Come and see how teachers have used FLIP cameras for recording 1 anecdotal records, mini lessons, closure activities, book recommendations, and summaries of learning. We will also showcase how easy it is to use the camera and store video. Students are digital, but is our teaching? Blended learning is a great way to bridge the digital divide, connect with students in a new medium, and provide a differentiated experience for all students. Whether you have 1 to 1, mobile devices, or just sporadic access to a lab, learn how blended learning can work for you. Bring your own laptop to this session. Learn how use Photo Story to assess students in a variety of ways. Students can create digital stories, portfolios, slideshows, and more! It is very quick and easy to learn. You can apply the learning to virtually any subject Speakers area. In the end, you will have a finished movie project. Photo Story 3 is available for free download from www.microsoft.com. Participants need mic/headphones,pictures, and a You hear it everywhere. Games are the “future” of education. After all, kids love games, so if we could just sneak some education into them kids would Laptop magically learn! Right? Or is it more complicated than that? Let’s explore this together and find out where hype, hope, and reality meet. This presentation discusses the changes made in the freshman first semester experience at Buffalo State College in the Computer Information Systems Department. The goals are to better prepare students for their Laptop first programming course and to provide a common freshmen experience to facilitate both academic and social transitions for incoming freshmen pre-CIS majors. This presentation will explore the growing use of distance and online learning as a model for helping students access course Speakers,Vide content. We will examine and oconferencing discuss the spectrum of Laptop /Distance distance/online learning models Learning (synchronous and asynchronous) and some of the applications of those models for students. This session will showcase technology lessons that integrate into the 3-6 curriculum. The software used Speakers for these projects include: PowerPoint, Excel, MovieMaker, and Photoshop Elements. It is impossible to miss the link between 21st century skills and student success. Educators know these skills are important, but struggle to successfully integrate them into the existing Speakers Laptop curriculum. This session will discuss what 21st century skills are and examine strategies for addressing integration through 21st century teacher training. With 100's of Web Tools being introduced at an increasingly quickening pace, come to a workshop that will not only share some of the best web Speakers Laptop tools around (that are FREE!) but also demonstrates how they can help make learning in the classroom more engaging and exciting. With the help of a webcam, a microphone and the Moo-O software, an award winning software, students (the story reader) are instantly transformed into the characters of the story that they are Speakers Laptop reading. The visual feedback in the software helps the students understand and appreciate the need to read fluently and expressively. A sample video is displayed at www.Moo-O.com. Participants will be presented with successful ways to incorporate technology into their classrooms with a focus on a music rehearsal. Various forms of technology will be Speakers Laptop demonstrated to enhance the students learning process as well as help to make the classroom a more interactive learning environment for the students. Students at Lyme Central School learn technology skills while serving their school as leaders in the area of technology. They are involved in the setup, use of, and exploration of new technologies. Through the Speakers Laptop generosity of NYSCATE, these students built personal computers from barebones kits. Come learn more about these student leaders and their experiences. The Rod Serling Video Festival, a K-12 student video festival started in 1995 to promote the creative use of video technology in both the home and classroom, has been steadily DVD gaining in popularity among player,Speake students, educators, and rs parents throughout the state of New York. Whether it is a comedy, drama, or animated work one thing you can be sure of… you will be both inspired and amazed at the quality. A growing number of schools offer online courses for students. Whether core content, electives or AP,successful implementation of online learning programs requires clear planning, policy and active Laptop promotion. The focus of this session will be to inform administrators of best practices in online program implementation, policy, cost and quality considerations. Cuba-Rushford Central School has given the reigns to the kids. They create, manage, produce and edit the daily video announcements called the Rebel Express Show. These are 3 - 5 Laptop,Projec minutes announcements that air tor to their peers and the staff. They are also posted on the web for their family and friends. The equipment, process and benefits to students will be presented. Jim Hill, Technology Coordinator at the Richfield Springs Central School District, will discuss the history of their school’s one-to- one laptop program from inception of the concept to the final deployment. Topics include Speakers Laptop security concerns, imaging process, user management, professional development, parent education, cases, charging, and various other components which need consideration. This workshop overview will be a metacognitive opportunity to analyze what technology districts are already using and how they can push the Laptop boundaries of student engagement and achievement from lower level thinking skills to higher level ones. Bring your own laptop to this session. Take a whirlwind tour of free Web 2.0 tools that will engage your students and empower them to become creators of content. We will share a Baker's Dozen of our favorites and then turn the floor over to our Speakers audience for their contributions. Build your own resource bank of great tools with a price tag that won't dent your shrinking budgets. Bring your own laptop to this session. The world of technology is growing daily. Everyday, as children and teens interact in Cyberspace, they are at risk from sexual predators, the exchange of child pornography,exploitation and Speakers Laptop abduction. Participants will learn about online dangers, social networking, cyber bullying, sexting & cell phone safety. They will learn how to download resources to protect youth from www.netsmartz.org This session will describe a Global Connections project in graduate courses between NYIT and a university in Taipei. The instructors from each country collaborated to design a project for using Model Maker Software Laptop in instructional activities for their instructional technology graduate students. Google docs, video, and a ning were used for sharing the projects and instructional strategies. Are your students prepared for the future? This workshop will prepare you to become a virtual global traveler. Use videoconferencing to overcome the physical limitations of the classroom. Create authentic Laptop learning opportunities for your students. You will see examples of videoconferences directly connected to 21st Century Learning Skills. Leave the workshop with a passport to global awareness. Reading The New York State Academy, provided through NYSRRC, is a free service which offer teachers, reading specialists, literacy coaches and administrators information about evidence-based literacy Speakers Laptop instruction. The NYS Reading Academy offers free on-line professional development in the area of reading, ranging from a 60 hour course to multiple video clips featuring national presenters. As the economy goes through uncertain times, the number of available grants is on the decrease. Thus grant seekers need tips about grant writing to ensure they write the best grant proposal possible for submission Laptop to grant funders. The workshop does not promise any attendee a grant award, but the workshop will provide attendees with grant writing success tips and resources. How can schools seamlessly blend digital teaching and learning with traditional methods to deeply engage 21st century learners, differentiate instruction, and promote higher order thinking skills? Learn how Speakers Public School 143 is transforming classroom instruction with a one-to-one computing model, interactive curriculum, and digital teaching platform. Do you want a quick and easy way to make your students feel as if they were a movie star? Do you want your students to take home a lifetime of memories from your classroom? Speakers Laptop You will learn how to accomplish this in “15 Minutes of Fame.” This presentation will show you how to use iPhoto, iMovie and iDVD to create amazing videos and slideshows. We will present a newly available FREE curriculum mapping resource available as part of a NYS dissemination grant. Attendees will learn how Laptop,Projec to gain access and use this tor resource. They will also learn how the curriculum mapping tool integrates with eDoctrina assessment management software, alos free of charge. The Fishbowl discussion strategy will be utilzed to demonstrate dialoguing between a technology coach and classroom teacher in an authentic planning session. The program is Speakers Laptop designed for those who seek to incorporate 21st century skills and proficiencies into school curricula within the context of academic standards. Amidst our technology rich world, book trailers are rising in popularity as a new tool to motivate student reading. The workshop will provide tips and techniques to use when making Speakers Laptop a book trailer. By the end of the workshop attendees will have experienced step-by-step procedures for making a book trailer and will have observed a number of examples. This workshop will present an inexpensive and viable way to look at testing information and inform instruction immediately in the classroom. Our district has been using scanning software to assess survey and Laptop inform our teachers, staff and administrators for a variety of instructional purposes.Professional Learning Communities use this information to help guide their collaborative work toward Tour one of N.Y.'s historical treasures and create an inspiring student field trip. Challenge and excite your students with higher order thinking skills and provide opportunities for student creation as you “augment” the Speakers Laptop trip for future visitors. This workshop will provide you with a firsthand example of just how exciting field trips can be by using citing edge augmented reality. The session will start with a brief time of sharing collaborative tools & learning opportunities that allow classrooms, teachers, & students to meaningfully connect & learn. Following this, time will be devoted to having a Speakers Laptop conversation around these tools/opportunities. Attendees will brainstorm how to transform ONE topic that they teach and share it back with the session and virtual community. Bring your own laptop to this For 5 weeks we successfully combined online with face-to- face learning to provide professional development for teachers. The course, Integrating Web 2.0 with Curriculum and Instruction was Speakers Laptop hosted online which provided teachers 24/7 access to materials and collaboration. During the workshop we will present the course outline, tools, articles, projects and feedback. Bring your own laptop Need lesson ideas for using Google tools? See teacher lessons and student projects you can replicate for your classroom, presented by a Google Certified Teacher. Sample topics: historical events, history of your Speakers community, explorers, math volume/area lessons, teaching literature, and science projects using Earth and Maps. Tools Shown: Docs, Presentation, Earth, Maps, Forms, Book Lists, and more. A comparison of computer curriculums at a community college versus a four year undergraduate program will be presented. Career options for associate degree versus a Laptop bachelors degree, as well as planning for transferring from a community college to a four year institution will be addressed. Distance learning depends on innovative technology and ongoing funding. Many grant programs have been created to support distance learning. Speakers,Vide Experts from the Polycom Grant oconferencing Laptop Assistance Program will discuss /Distance the current state of technology Learning funding in state and national programs, and suggest a 7-Step Process to help you capture available funds. TBD From online resources to communication and participatory learning, Web 2.0 offers valuable educational benefits. But with those benefits come content and security risks. Discover how smarter filtering Laptop and innovative solutions can help you give users the advantages of Web 2.0 learning while maintaining network security, user safety, and CIPA compliance. Session Room Primary Presenter Last Name Primary title work info Data Union Gary Burns Processing Endicott CSD Manager D Aqueduct AB SchoolKiT Inc Pat Salstrand Consultant - on vendor list Aqueduct D CD Manager, BrainPOP - on Laura Argusti District vendor list Relations D Aqueduct EF Model Schools/Rese Erie 1 BOCES Rob Miller arch & WNYRIC Development Cascade AB - SMART D Room Technical Rochester Mitchel Hansinger Training City School Instructor District Cascade CD - SMART D Room New York Coordinator, State Lawrence Paska Technology Education Policy Department D Highland AB Dot FableVision Bill Norris Connector Learning D Highland C K-12 Program Larry Gallery NYSERNet Manager D Highland D Clarkstown George Engel Teacher Central Schools D Highland E Monroe 2- Instructional Orleans Lori Burch Technology BOCES & Specialist Hilton Central Schools Highland F - D MS room Onondaga Harry Tuttle Instructor Community College Highland G - D BYOL Digital Howie DiBlasi CEO Journey Highland H - D BYOL Winston- Instructional Salem/Forsyt Steven Anderson Technologist h County Schools D Highland JK Associate Hofstra Elfreda Blue Professor University D Hyatt Oneida- Computer Herkimer- Deborah Bauder Education Madison Coordinator BOCES D Hyatt - DL New York City Dept. of Instructional Education, Frances Newsom-Lang Technology Office of Specialist Educational Technology Staff Dev - D Hyatt Discovery DEN Account Education - Whitney Mihoulides Manager on the vendor list E Aqueduct AB Media Greater Rich Preston Services Southern Tier Coordinator BOCES Aqueduct E CD Education AVerMedia - Nancy Sturm Development on vendor list Executive E Aqueduct EF Educator / Springville- Benjamin J. Higgins Technology Griffith Specialist Institute Cascade AB - SMART E Room Tech4Learnin NE Regional Denise MacDevette g Inc. - on the Manager vendor list Cascade CD - SMART E Room Coordinator District 225 of Glenbrook David Jakes Instructional South High Technology School E Highland AB Carol Clark E Highland C Linstar VP Product Media-X Paul Shuster Development Systems Inc. and Training E Highland D Scheib E Highland E Meghan School World Mohawk Instructional Regional Sheri Perry Computing Information Specialist Center Highland F - E MS room Binghamton/ Chenango Douglas Green Valley/Deposi t/Mt. Vernon Highland G - E BYOL Akron High Susan Palmer Teacher School Highland H - E BYOL Educator / C- Springville- SPAN Griffith Joseph Karb Teacher Institute / C- Fellow SPAN E Highland JK NYIT School Sarah McPherson of Education E Hyatt 6th Grade Falconer Barbara Tordella Mathematics Central School Teacher E Hyatt - DL Highland Director of Falls-Fort Andrea Tejedor Technology Montgomery CSD Staff Dev - E Hyatt Assistant Tonawanda Genovese- Superintende Mary Beth City School Scullion nt Curriculum District & Instruction F Aqueduct AB Study Island - Program Andrea Fontana on the Consultant vendor list Aqueduct F CD Manager, Mark Villinski Field Kaspersky Lab Marketing F Aqueduct EF North Syracuse Amy Stephenson Math Teacher Central School District Cascade AB - SMART F Room Technology New Hartford Mike Amante Integration Central School Specialist Cascade CD - SMART F Room Senior Western Penny Notarnicola Account Suffolk BOCES Manager F Highland AB Library Buckley Patricia Russac Director/Histo Country Day ry Teacher School F Highland C Infinite Laura Barcelo Campus F Highland D Alison Cronin Skills Tutor F Highland E Educational Mark Carls Tech CA BOCES Integrator Highland F - F MS room Williamsville Technology Nancy Cook Central Integrator Schools Highland G - F BYOL Adam Bellow President eduTecher Highland H - F BYOL David Jakes F Highland JK Chair Instructional NYIT School Sarah McPherson Technology of Education NYIT F Hyatt Director Business Monica Cougan CILC Development /K-12 Services F Hyatt - DL Staff Dev - F Hyatt Katie Huber Co-Presenter Co-Presenter Co title Presider presider_lname Title Union Regional Endicott, Anil Rao Sales Deborah Pichette Stoneware - Manager Private Cloud Benefits Can 1+1= >2? The Power of Project Based Technology Digital Content for the Desktop and Beyond Model iPod Touch Mileham, Schools/Rese Integration: A Dave, Michelle Okal arch & Practical Development Overview The Power of Clickers Regional & New York's Distance State of Sarah Martabano Education Online Coordinator Learning Using 21st Mission Sales Century Tools Ryan Galloway Specialist to Promote Creativity Teaching and Content Learning Tim Boundy Coordinator Across the Pond Using Mobile Tech to Empower Student Learning Elementary Kids, Social Media, & Content Creation Live Group Creation of a Web 2.0 Resources Wiki Creativity- Innovative Tech Projects- K-12 Classroom 3 Perspectives Adjunct Tom Whitby Eric Sheninger On Social Professor Media In Education Literacy Chair, Instruction, Sarah McPherson Instructional Sarah McPherson Interactive Technology Technology & UDL Teaching LOTE NYSDLC Chinese via Lucille Matt Department members Interactive Chair Video Instructional Designing Dr. Kathleen Roberts Technology Phyllis Berkowitz Online PD Specialist that Works 50 Ways to Use Discovery Education Streaming Coordinator for the The New Diana Wendell Center of Lisa DiBello Wolski York State Instructional EMTA Support Turmoil in Tampa: Using Technology to Engage Kids Director of Survival Skills Technology, that Motivate JoAnn DePue Data and the Net Assessment Generation 21st Century Instructional Learning and Ellen Phillips Technology Student-Led Specialist Projects Implications of Web 2.0 in Education: 2010 Update TBD Lessons in Your Pocket - with an iPod Touch/iPad Maximizing The Effectiveness Of Your Teacher and Classroom chool World Website How Can You Incorporate Pam Culbertson Data Analysis Technology Into RTI? To Tweet or Not to Tweet? The Hybrid Classroom- Deby Eppolito Methods and Minefields! Educator / Using C-SPAN Benjamin J. Higgins Technology Resources in Specialist the Classroom Associate Literacy Goes Elfreda Blue Sarah McPherson Professor Digital Team 6th Grade Teaching/Pee Loren Smith Mathematics Mike Bayba r Coaching w/ Teacher Video Conferencing Using the Commons to Encourage Content Creation Novanet: An On-line Mary Dischner Teacher Alternate for At-Risk Students Study Island: The Complete Educator's Toolkit Protecting Against Cyber- Threats to Education SMARTboard Mary Gilmour Math Teacher Christopher Nelson Interactive Beyond the Basics with Apple Mobile Devices Coordinator Privacy and of Facebook: Renee Allen Professional Are They Development Incompatible? Question It: Media Savvy Producers TBD TBD Creative Ideas and Brainstorming Easy Screencasting The Tech Commandme nts 5 Things to Rethink Global Connections with New Zealand for Literacy Videoconfere Education ncing & You: Doug Meyer Liesl Toates Cosultant Accessing Resources Program Description Tech Needs speakers Bring My Own UE tested several methods to centralize applications and quickly found that multiple delivery solutions would be required in an effort to speed the old machines up. Stoneware's Private Cloud Laptop allows secure browser access that also enabled better security, SSO, access to multiple delivery mechanisms simultanelously, 7x24, and more. Extreme Educational Value is avail along with ROI. See for yourself! Impact ALL students’ academic achievement by integrating technology into the core curriculum. Bring together learning standards, learning skills and learning technologies in a project- Speakers Laptop based approach. Differentiate your instruction to provide Rigor, Relevance and Relationships focused on 21st Century outcomes. Learn how performance- based assessments will allow you to monitor students’ progress. This session will examine digital content from two perspectives -- web 2.0 and mobile learning. BrainPOP’s FREE Featured Movie resource is cross-curricular, and accessible at school or home. Speakers Laptop Available through a widget download for your classroom site or blog, directly from the BrainPOP homepage, and also on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch. Explore how to weave this resource into teaching. Come and see what kinds of projects were developed for use in various classrooms (grades 2-12). Participants will leave with ideas of how to integrate iPod Touches into their classrooms. What apps can you use? How to you plan for this implementation? Come and find out. Interactive Response Systems (Clickers) are transforming the classroom. Not only do they keep students focused and engaged, they also provide immediate feedback for both students and the Speakers teacher. Learn about the SMART Response System in this fun, interactive, hands-on session where you will get to use clickers and experience the benefits for yourself. New York State is working to adopt online learning as an effective learning solution for K-12 students. Participants in this session will learn the results of a statewide survey distributed in the Spring of 2010 as Speakers a collaboration between the NYSED and BOCES. Implementation strategies, key success factors, and NYSED's current initiatives to support online learning will be discussed. Take your students on a learning journey to solve the problems of the world and along the way learn about storytelling and animation. Experience the world's easiest animation software program, Speakers Laptop designed to have users animating their drawings in minutes. The program's simple-to-use tools, engaging design, and multiple levels offer a fun, rewarding experience. NYSERNet and its European partner, JANET, are looking to enable regular interactive sessions using Internet2 between NYS schools and schools in the United Speakers,Vide Kingdom, and eventually France oconferencing and Germany. Across all grades, /Distance subjects/classes planned include Learning Politics/Geo-politics, Social Science, Literature, Foreign Languages, Natural/Physical Sciences and with enough interest other subjects are possible. Using Mobile Technology to Empower Student Centered Learning: The purpose of this session is to demonstrate how to develop a successful research- based pilot program, using student Laptop owned cell phones. The presenter will address the benefits and pitfalls of this program and discuss how to use the program to foster digital literacy and a student centered learning environment. Can elementary students use social media and content creation sites to enhance teaching and learning? Examples of lessons will be shared to illustrate the value social media and content creation has in the Laptop elementary classroom to focus instruction and to propel learning beyond the classroom walls. Tips for using these tools safely and responsibly will also be shared. Bring your netbook as we co-create a wiki of Web 2.0 tools, resources, good-bad-and-interesting, and best Laptop practices during this session. Be co- creators of wisdom! Discover ideas, concepts and projects about creativity, problem solving and critical thinking. Projects for K-12 will be examined in the area of innovation, critical thinking, problem solving and creative thinking skills. Explore original lessons using the Creative Process and how educators can learn to structure creative problem solving lessons on a daily and yearly basis. Bring your own laptop to this session. In this panel discussion participants will have the opportunity to hear from and ask questions of 3 leaders in the area of social media integration in education. One an Speakers,Vide instructional technologist, one a oconferencing Laptop principal and one an educator of /Distance pre-service teachers. Each will offer Learning their perspective of the current state of social media in education and how to harness its potential for learning. With the advent of 21st Century literacies, all school-aged learners can be afforded the opportunity to develop technological know-how and demonstrate effective communication, social, and Laptop problem solving skills. During this session, presenters will share how classroom teachers can incorporate 21st century literacies into literacy instruction based on principles of universal design for learning. Are your students ready to compete in a global economy? Are you thinking about bringing your district’s World Languages program into the twenty first century? This Videoconfere presentation will show ways to ncing/Distanc develop a distance learning e Learning program in Chinese, other world languages or subject areas and the pitfalls you may encounter in the process. We will connect with a Chinese class in progress. Designing online pd to impact student learning? Differentiating online instruction to meet teachers’ multiple learning styles? What does current online research indicate? What assessments should be Speakers Laptop included? Join us as we address these questions and listen to two NYC public teachers who have experienced the online Title IID Digital Destinations in History grant program, give us their reflections Finding and playing video segments is one of the many ways you can use the Discovery Education streaming, but did you know that your DE streaming resources includes a built-in Interactive Atlas, Speakers Laptop Calendar, hundreds of Writing Prompts,and a whole lot more? During this session you’ll learn how to integrate the DE streaming tools in new and exciting ways to reach your 21st century student. The EMTA supports educators who integrate media and technology into their instruction to enhance learning. In this presentation, three EMTA projects that support student Speakers Laptop learning will be highlighted. Participants will learn more about VITAL, LEARN 360 and the EMTA's Media Literacy project grant. This session is a student-centered, team based, interactive educational experience that uses scientifically accurate data teamed with emerging technology tools from AVerMedia to teach critical math Laptop and science skills. This simulation is designed to provide students with real-life situations where they have to solve weather problems to avoid disasters and save lives. Join us for a engaged session. Tony Wagner’s latest book the Global Achievement Gap has changed the philosophy of how the Springville-Griffith Institute CSD utilizes technology in the classroom. This presentation Speakers Laptop highlights some of the amazing ways we are teaching critical thinking, creativity, and effective communication skills that will open the doors for our students to adapt to the jobs of the future. Technology is an essential learning tool, but one that needs to be in student hands. If we want to embrace 21st century learning, we need to embrace the technology tools our digital age students have Laptop come to expect. Come explore lessons, strategies, and student- created technology projects that promote a deeper understanding of content. What does instant communication and global collaboration associated with Web 2.0 mean for education? How can schools approach Web 2.0 without fear, hype or hyperbole? What does it mean to be an Speakers Laptop educated person in 2010 and beyond, and how can our schools approach this challenge? We'll extend our conversation from last year, and challenge you to think about the power of connective technologies. Leave your computer at home, and just load your lessons on an iPod or iPad. This presentation discusses connecting these devices to a projector in the classroom to create and deliver engaging digital lessons, Laptop and how to move Powerpoint, Keynote, videos, maps, web pages and YouTube content to your iPod or iPad. You will also see how to use these devices to assess students and their behavior. Learn how to increase student participation inside and outside of the classroom by understanding how to best utilize 21st-century teacher website tools in your day-to- day learning environment. Understand the real-world use cases for website applications such as blogs, homework calendars, discussion boards, and more. NYS is requiring districts to have a RTI (Response to Intervention) Plan in place by July 1, 2012 for K-4 in the area of Reading. How can technology help students who are identified as Tier II or III? Laptop Attendees will learn how technology can be a powerful tool in tracking student data and providing intervention to students who have been identified as Tier II or III. There is no dearth of twitter about Twitter. Evangelists in education abound and present this technology as the be all and end all of professional development. Dr. Doug Green has 30+ years of Speakers Laptop experience as an administrator, technology user and author. He has attended Twitter conferences and studied how this resource has been used for better or worse. Profit from his analysis about this resource. Bring your own laptop to Can you imagine teaching a core course or elective in a hybrid format? Thise workshop will discuss the current status of online learning and teaching with a focus on its application to the middle and high Speakers flash drive school program. We will discuss methods and tips for incorporating online teaching in core and elective courses along with some issues and hurdles along the way. Bring your own laptop to this session. C-SPAN is an outstanding resource for teaching civics. This presentation will highlight various ways of using C-SPAN in the classroom including the Speakers,Vide StudentCam contest, C-SPAN oconferencing Laptop Classroom Website, C-SPAN video /Distance library, debate activities, and Learning simulations. A representative from the Washington C-SPAN office will join the presentation through live video conferencing. Comics, digital stories, virtual literature circles, and web 2.0 tools can make literacy fun, relevant, and hands-on for struggling readers and ELL students. This session will address literacy standards for Laptop reading, writing, and communicating using instructional strategies that engage students and provide the motivation to learn. Resources and activities for teachers will be demonstrated. Learn how two middle level teachers made improvements to student results using interactive videoconferencing. They created a paired teaching model that took Videoconfere advantage of each others’ strengths ncing/Distanc VC Equipment as determined by a review of 4 e Learning years worth of student assessment data. Teachers will demonstrate the model (pending scheduling) with students via videoconference and discuss its impact on their classrooms. use the Creative Learn how to Commons licensing options to engage students as content creators and to share their work easily with other people all over the world - by making it Some Rights Speakers Laptop Reserved" instead of "All Rights Reserved". Encourage the use of creative works that can be remixed and reused under Creative Commons licenses legally, without the fear of infringing others copyright. Online learning assists students struggling due to failing grades, low motivation, or attendance. Novanet is a virtual world to complete classes, receive recovery/accrual credit and Speakers graduate. Learn to help students work independently in core subjects/electives. Participants will learn about pre-inventory assessments, self-pacing, teacher 1- on-1 tutoring and how a student “Masters” content. Study Island is a Kindergarten- Regents online learning program built from the NYS Standards. It is rooted in foundational and statistical research and is a Learning Magazine’s Teacher’s Choice Award Winner and District Administration’s Readers Choice Top 100 products. Teachers can customize instruction and assessments while allowing students to study in a variety of fun, engaging modes. It’s not news that threats are growing across the IT security landscape. Today’s malware imposes significant risks due to the highly organized nature of attacks Laptop to schools of any size. You will learn what this means for school administrators and what Technology Directors need to look for to stay on top of these threats. Through this workshop participants will learn new techniques to use with an interactive whiteboard. These include Internet sites such as Prezi and xtranormal. We will demonstrate how to integrate the Speakers use of interactive whiteboard technology and digital resources into every aspect of the learning environment from teaching, to learning to assessment. This innovative session will offer some of the best and latest ways to integrate Apple Mobile Devices into the classroom. Whether its iPod touches, iPhones, or iPads, come learn about some of the newest Laptop,Docu apps, proven best practices for ment Camera classroom management, and much, much more. If you have already started using Apple mobile technologies or are thinking about it, you won't want to miss this! This workshop will teach participants to manage account and privacy settings to fully experience Facebook social networking without the fear of jeopardizing Speakers personal information. Topics to be covered will include password management, creating lists to customize postings, search options and user applications. Plan and simple, students need to have media literacy threaded throughout all areas of the curriculum to teach them to deconstruct messages from television to online media. By Speakers Laptop looking at different industries, people, and lingo, they discover the techniques used to target audiences and the art of persuasion. As smart consumers they become media savvy producers. When you get smart people together you can brainstorm smart things! This session will be a sharing of ideas 'without judgement'. Piggybacking off of Dr. Roger Firestein's NYSCATE Riding Speakers Laptop the Digital Wave" keynote in March. Using ideas from the group, what can we do to help improve our schools? What are ways to keep the momentum from this conference? Bring your laptops/SMARTphones/brains. Screencasts can be used by teachers to provide students with recordings of lessons available just- in-time--great for students who were absent or who need extra review. Have students create Speakers Laptop screencasts to demonstrate their understanding of concepts and procedures. This workshop will demonstrate how to create screencasts. Bring your own laptop to this session. This presentation explores ten ideas that will help to revitalize the thinking of modern educational technology. Covering ideas ranging from how to ensure quality professional development to how Speakers Laptop to stay up to date on all the latest webtools. The presentation is based on an article that I wrote that can be found here... http://www.scribd.com/doc/19590 152/The-Tech-Commandments. Bring your own laptop to this This session explores five critical elements of leadership in the 21st Century. Join two veteran administrators as they challenge you to rethink your perceptions of teaching and learning, learning spaces, professional development, policy development, and how to lead an organization through the changes required to develop a 21st Century learning institution. This session will describe my study tour of New Zealand schools sponsored by ISTE SIGTE. New Zealand education is committed to improving literacy through inquiry learning with web 2.0, blogs, video, Laptop and podcasts. A literacy cycle guides the curriculum; key competencies guide self-regulated learning. We can learn from the New Zealand approach for empowering students through technology. will highlight the This session numerous content providers, educators and professional development resources available to you through videoconferencing. Videoconfere Learn how distance learning ncing/Distanc Laptop collaborations and content e Learning opportunities will enhance and support your learning objectives. Discover the free resources and rich content available to your students. Connect locally, nationally and internationally. Session Room Primary Presenter Last Name Primary title work info Co-Presenter Williamsville Central Science Susan Merlino Schools, Teacher Heim Middle School G Aqueduct AB Hamilton- Technology Fulton- Rachel Gregg Integration Cindy Montgomery Specialist BOCES Aqueduct G CD Spanish Miller Place Karole Kalin-Holmes Erika Teacher School District G Aqueduct EF Veronica E. Mary Howard Teacher Connor Jillian Middle School Cascade AB - SMART G Room School Horace Mann Librarian / Elem. Schl., MaryAnn Karre Beth Technology Binghamton Teacher CSD Cascade CD - SMART G Room Apple Distinguished Educator, Smithsonian Niskayuna Carol LaRow Laureate, CSD Google Certified Teacher G Highland AB Naples Anneke Radin-Snaith Teacher Central Mary Schools G Highland C Erin Glarner CISCO G Highland D Kara Chase Annese G Highland E Administrativ Eastern Darlene Roces e Coordinator Suffolk BOCES Highland F - G MS room City School Grade 4 Laurie Ellis District of Brandon Instructor Albany Highland G - G BYOL Digital Howie DiBlasi CEO Journey Highland H - G BYOL Instructional Monroe #1 Brian C. Smith Technology David BOCES Specialist G Highland JK Lower Regional & Hudson Distance Sarah Martabano Regional Betsy Education Information Coordinator Center G Hyatt - DL Highland Director of Falls-Fort Andrea Tejedor Technology Montgomery CSD Staff Dev - G Hyatt coordinator Staci kemp of edutech datamentor H Aqueduct AB NYC DOE Instructional Queens SLercher and Ellen Phillips Technology Office of MKemler Specialist Educational Technology Aqueduct H CD PLATO Account Garry Haraveth Learning - on Manager vendor list H Aqueduct EF Holland Patent 4th Grade Elementary/H Krista Dicesare Nedra Teacher olland Patent Central Schools Cascade AB - SMART H Room Monroe High Larisa Useda teacher Liza School, RCSD Cascade CD - SMART H Room Instructional Grand Island Jamie Mancuso Technology Central Teacher School District H Highland AB Fayetteville Technology Laurel Chiesa Manlius Amy Coordinator School District H Highland C Product SunGard Marc Bozik Consultant Public Sector - Manager on vendor list H Highland D Val Gardner Alcatel-Lucent H Highland E Instructional CNYRIC/Onon Technology Nancy Schmidt daga Central Integration Schools Specialist Highland F - H MS room Literacy Specialist/Ele Oswego City Cheryl Beck Kelly mentary School District Teacher Highland G - H BYOL Technology Amherst Rob Zdrojewski Teacher & Central Trainer School District H Highland JK leading a 1- hour session, Director of Sunday, Communicat Monday or H Hyatt - DL Dawn Colavita ions CILC Tuesday Onondaga Harry Tuttle Instructor Community College Staff Dev - H Hyatt Jordan Elbridge Katie Regan Teacher Central Schools Highland H - H BYOL School Media I.S. 230- Martin Gonser Specialist Queens I Aqueduct AB Systems Sr. Management/ Rob Noble Virtualization Planning Todd Architect (SMP) - on vendor list Aqueduct I CD Educational Texas Dana Morse Technology Instruments - Consultant on vendor list I Aqueduct EF Director of Hornell City Pete Baccile Technology School District Cascade AB - SMART I Room K-12 PASCO Dot Brown Education scientific - on Consultant vendor list Cascade CD - SMART I Room David Jakes I Highland AB 3rd Learning - Michael Horning, Jr. President on vendor list I Highland C Instructional Model Carl Manganaro Computing Lauri Schools Specialist Highland F - I MS room Educational Cara Rager Training WXXI Marion Coordinator Highland G - I BYOL Virtual Norton- Catherine Worlds GST BOCES Barker Coordinator Highland H - I BYOL New York State Ubuntu Charles Profitt Loco / Fedora Ambassador I Highland JK Virtual Consultant, Margaret Corbit Worlds in Christopher MD Corbit LLC Education I Hyatt - DL Niskayuna Educational Michael Greene Central David Technologist Schools Staff Dev - I Hyatt Mohawk Instructional Regional Derek LaLonde Computing Charity Information Specialist Center I Highland D Staff Oswego Liane Benedict Development Peri BOCES Coordinator I Highland E Co-Presenter Co title Presider presider_lname Title Student Centered Michael Russo Videos and Wiki Pages NYSSTL Student Tech Advisor, Literacy – a Sengenberger Megan Coker Science Project-Based Teacher Approach Bridging the Spanish and Gap: Connect Della Rosa Italian Marsha Spampinato Beyond LOTE Teacher Classroom Incorporating Web 2.0 Schneider Teacher Tools into the Classroom 4th Grade Smart Teacher / Students - Sullivan Technology SMART Mentor Portfolios iPhoto – Special Features and Classroom Projects Technology Integrating Phillips Staff Multiple Developer Technologies TBD TBD IT Ambassadors: Flex Those Capacity Muscles! Student Technical 21st Century Support Learning Milonovich Specialist, Alice Florance Through Information Scratch Technology Programming Services Cool Web 2 Tools: Integrating Math-Science Coordinator of Really Cool Jakes Instructional Tool Duel Technology Online Staff Learning for Specialist / Hardy NY Students - Distance A Panel Learning Discussion Copyright and Academic Culture in Digital World DataMentor Students Give Voice to Lercher and Teachers Richard Gross History: Kemler TitleIID In Action Maximizing you Mandy Braun Investment in Online Learning Elementary How SMART Isenberg Technology is a DBQ? Teacher Teaching Vocabulary Can be Fun Steffen teacher with a SMART Board! Digital Citizenship: A K-12 Approach GPS Devices: Computer Curriculum Fiorito Resource Integration Ideas Computing Anytime/Any where with your Apple iPad TBD Rob Leo Bring the World to Your Classroom with NBC News Archives on Demand Using Flip Elemetary Moxley Cameras in Teacher the Classroom Using SchoolTube.c om What if the dollars spent on IVC content provider programs could increase student learning PC Lab and Squeezing needed for motivation, All the Hands-On open doors Value From Workshop for career a IVC Sat or options for Content Sunday Presentation eLearning students Program Develop 21st Century Critical Thinking Skills Moodle: The Virtual Classroom Are you iNquiry- based, iNter- gen’l and involved 2? Director of Virtualization Crooks Professional Grace Muszocki …So What's Services Next? The Interactive Mathematics Classroom Expending QZAB funds effectively for equipment and SPARKscience :Platform for Discovery- Based Learning Yah But! Meeting the Challenges of Disruptive Technologies Bridging the Gap through a Standards- Based System Instructional Cell Phones Yager Computing in the Specialist Classrooom Exploring Assistant V.P. Public Education & French Marion French Media's Role Interactive in Today's Services Classroom Introducing EDUni-NY: Virtual Worlds for Education Free and Open in Education: ISTE and NETP2010 senior Building manager of InWorld Lawrence Suzanne Kolodziej digital Museum learning Communities Professional Administrator Development- for Crandall Getting Information Teachers On & Technology Board Taking a Bite English Smykla Angie Schermerhorn Out of the Big Teacher Apple Inspiring Technology Teachers to Nelson Integration Integrate Specialist Tech (Title IID) Program Description Tech Needs speakers Bring My Own How can we get middle school students excited about Newton's Laws, genetics or photosynthesis? Have them do an experiment in front of a camera! See how students created iMovies & wiki pages to represent their Speakers knowledge of science concepts and experiments in linguistic and nonlinguistic ways. These projects improved student understanding of difficult concepts and reinforced higher level thinking. All New York districts are being asked to report the percentage of students who are technology literate. This session will present a model of using authentic projects Speakers to build a technology literacy program in any school, even if there is no technology class for all students. Looking for new and innovative lesson plans using the latest technology? This one hour seminar will be a demonstration of how to utilize high tech tools to connect your students to counterparts across the globe to Speakers Laptop promote cross cultural awareness, fluency and oral mastery. Technology will include Skype, Podcasting, Webinars, Tannenberg sessions, Voice Streaming as well as other useful resources. This presentation will allow attendees to see how technology can seamlessly (and painlessly) be integrated into the curriculum to reach students. Those in attendance will not simply be Speakers exposed to the available tools, but will see actual ways in which those tools were used in a Middle School classroom, and the products produced by students as a result of using those tools. Come see how a librarian, a teacher and one class of fourth grade students have learned to design learning goals and use SMART Notebook SE to create SMART digital portfolios that showcase student learning. See Speakers Laptop how the students were then able to teach engaging Notebook lessons to younger students! BONUS!!! Ten SMART SE bracelets will be given away at the workshop! Use iPhoto for dynamic classroom lessons and student projects. See sample classroom projects. Learn iPhoto’s beyond-basic features that show field trip locations, with photos and pins on interactive Google maps. Create travel books with custom maps for historical events, explorers, novels’ events. Publish to iTunes; transfer to iPods/iPads. Upload to MobileMe, Flickr for students to view/download. See how National Geographic Interactive Website, Google Earth, Inspiration, A TeacherSite website, -A Virtual Fieldtrip/ Online Adventure , and Glogster, are incorporated into instruction and Laptop,SMAR Speakers learning in a single unit of study. Tboard The use of the software applications shown can be easily transferred to other grade levels and subject areas: the example pertains to 7th grade SS. Learn about the Eastern Suffolk BOCES Instructional Technology Ambassador Programs highlighting a win-win strategy to support teaching, learning, and the ubiquitous use of instructional technology. Two main programs Speakers Laptop will be discussed: In partnership with NYSCATE, the Verizon Ambassador Program and the NYS Learning Technology Grant: Growing Up Green – Digital Activism. Through collaboration, research, and interactive design, weekly Scratch lessons were developed that were rich in cross- curricular content. Fourth and fifth-grade students were able to create DVD interactive programs, animations player,Speake Laptop and games through storyboarding. rs Group discussion, peer teaching and problem-solving were all developed and fostered in the once-a-week, 90-minute after- school sessions. Bring your own laptop to this session with scratch The interactive session/workshop will explore a host of Web 2.0 tools in specific content areas. Learn to use teaching and learning strategies, Thematic unit lesson plans that will focus on a specific Web 2.0 tools in the content area Speakers of Math, Science, Language Arts, and Social Studies. Discover over 100 resources you can use in 4 content areas. Learn about new skills for 21st Century Classroom. Bring your own laptop to this session. Web technologies are ever changing and you deserve to know the best tools to build learning experiences for students. Join Speakers Laptop David Jakes and Brian C. Smith as they duel to see who deals the best tools for teaching and learning today. A panel of educators from SED, BOCES, and NY School districts will share ways that online learning helped students meet unique needs by providing courses for Microphones graduation, tight schedules, as well Speakers for panel as electives and AP courses. The panel will share key factors and plans moving forward as well as answer questions from session participants. What is fair use? Review the role it plays in enabling access to certain types of digital materials. Introduction to basic copyright law and the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, including "fair use" Speakers Laptop and "public domain" issues; methods for assessing copyright status of materials; print/analog materials vs. digital materials; risk tolerance and management. Come check out this online instructional tool that helps you use data to guide your instructional practices. What do you get when you mix two enthusiastic teachers with a Title IID grant? You get classrooms full of students empowered as content creators using 21st Century skills! Scott Lercher and Matthew Kemler share student- Speakers created podcasts, graphic novels, digital documentaries and Google maps as well as their experiences in transforming their classrooms into places where history comes alive. Understand how to implement online learning into your curriculum. How to use data to drive classroom decisions and fully differentiate instruction. Learn how districts throughout New York Speakers Laptop State are properly implementing online learning into their programs and the returns they are measuring to determine student and financial success. A 4th grade teacher will share how she integrates her SmartBoard into her lessons on teaching DBQ's (Document Based Questions). She introduces the basic language of the DBQ and the 5th grade teacher Speakers Laptop builds on that lesson. The lesson includes resources from the NYS 5th grade social studies assessment, Smart Notebook, Web 2.0 sites as well as sites with primary resources. OK, now you’ve got your SMART Board. How can you use it to teach academic vocabulary in the most engaging and effective way? Let’s unlock the full potential of SMART Notebook software. Join us for a demonstration and Speakers Laptop discussion of real classroom vocabulary activities based on Robert Marazano’s research and six-step process for teaching new terms. Teachers of all subjects are welcome. Learn how Grand Island, a public school district in WNY, is taking Digital Citizenship to the next level. We have updated our program for full implementation K- 12 and this presentation will share Speakers what we are teaching, when and with what resources. Information and ideas for reaching teachers, parents and community members will also be explored. The use of handheld GPS units allows students to become more familiar with a technology that is quickly becoming prevalent in today’s society. Explore applications for handheld GPS Speakers Laptop units within the different scientific disciplines, social studies and physical education. Activities include topographical maps, synchronization with Google Earth,and orienteering. SunGard Public Sector's PLUS 360 is a district-wide solution for K12 school districts. Our modules are used by administrators, office staff, teachers, parents and students for managing financial Speakers Laptop information, special education, student information, assessment and curriculum. This session will focus on how you can use the new Apple iPad, to access your information anywhere. NBC News is a unique collection of video and primary resources, images, and historic footage that fit in nicely with Science, Social Studies, English, and even Math. At Onondaga Central Schools, Speakers Laptop grades 4 through 12, we are not only enriching lesson plans with historic footage, but are also using it to create assessments. Come see how to integrate this resource to improve student learning. Video projects can incorporate multiple subjects at once while encouraging students to think creatively and also having fun. It can be used for simple things such as recording a presentation to more complex things like making a Speakers Laptop trailer for a book, documenting a field trip, doing a demonstration, or performing a skit. The workshop will give participants expanded digital literacy learning. Bring your own laptop to this session. Schooltube is the only moderated website intended for student and teacher produced online video. Learn how to use SchoolTube to host your morning newscasts, class multimedia projects and Speakers Laptop more. SchoolTube is endorsed by educational organizations such as NAESP and NASSP. View our schooltube channel at AmherstTechTV.org for examples. Attendees will make the most content provider programs to promote student learning, explore career options for students, and expand classroom instructional strategies through the use of content provider student programs offered via videoconferencing--saving dollars in the process. Learn many ways of developing your students' 21st Century critical thinking for their present and their future. We'll do a brief overview of critical thinking, select a few areas of critical thinking and Laptop give many specific ways in which technology can help develop these skills. You can easily duplicate these techniques in your classroom. Students are naturally engaged in social networking online and Moodle is a safe way to encourage academic networking as well as social in your classroom. The virtual classroom in Moodle can be used in so many ways, small or Laptop extensive. Examples are not limited to: wikis, forums, chats, paperless assignments, online lessons, and glossaries. I will share some other side projects too! Bring your own laptop to this session. The conference attendees will expand their insight on using both familiar and new tools for appropriate pedagogical purposes. They , will become peer-to-peer Laptop,Projec leaders and visionaries, making an tor,interactive impact on the future of learning devices and instruction, through modeling and , sharing of responsibility for tomorrow’s leadership within their smaller learning communities. Most IT organizations have recognized the savings and value from server virtualization. So what’s next? In this interactive session, we will discuss how Virtualization technologies can Laptop improve business continuity within the datacenter and throughtout your organization, how off site Disaster Recovery is enabled, and how does all of this tie into “the vCloud”. See the Mathematics classroom that engages all students and allows for instant feedback for the teacher to assess understanding. Wirelessly communicate with all students and enable them to Speakers Laptop present their discoveries to the entire class. Send, recieve, and analyze State Exams to develop a greater understanding of the Mathematics in the NYS Standards in grades 7-12. 1.Does your district have at least 35% of students eligible for free/reduced cost lunch? 2.Is your district located in an Empowerment Zone/Enterprise Community? If you answered yes Speakers Laptop to these questions, find out how to receive funds to invest in equipment and up-to-date technology, develop challenging curriculum, and train quality teachers. Attendees will be given the most modern and most effective tools for science education. PASCO scientific will provide this with SPARKscience, an authentic, research-based learning Laptop,Projec environment that combines tor cutting edge data collection, interactive visualization, analysis tools that encourage exploration and collaboration and discovery- based interactive lab activities. You've had an opportunity to explore many new and exciting technologies at NYSCATE. As you return to your school, what do you envision will be the roadblocks that prevent the adoption and application of those technologies to teaching and learning? Bring your questions, and join two veteran school administrators as they help you build solutions that address the potential "yah buts" and roadbocks that you might encounter. The NYLearns standards-based system bridges a gap for educators by identifying what must be taught and, more importantly, by empowering educators with the resources, content and 21st century tools needed for achieving Speakers success. Standards-based systems are essential for all educators as they work to help all students achieve the success we all know is possible within their educational experience. You gave them a what? This is the response of most people when you use the word cellphone in schools. In a community with a wide range of income, a cell phone is a great benefit. When you watch Speakers Laptop students using their phone in the classroom, they own the assignment. They lead their own learning and engage in complex thinking. Teachers can manage student assignments and grades. WXXI will provide information regarding awareness and instructional use of on-demand resources available for educators from public media outlets. Resources and hands-on activities DVD will highlight PBS provided content Laptop,Projec player,Speake and professional development tor rs resources, freely available video- on demand libraries, lesson plan databases, public broadcasting/PBS developed online games and more. Bring your own laptop to this session. Imagine learning about Ancient Civilizations by becoming a virtual Egyptian. Or consider how much more would you learn by building a virtual Science exhibit for others to visit? 3D-Virtual worlds enhance the curriculum by engaging Speakers Laptop students’ imaginations and creativity. Join us for a tour of EDUni-NY, a universe hosted by GST BOCES for the benefit of educators statewide. Bring your own laptop to this session. This workshop will expose attendees to free and open alternatives available to educators and learners. It will show how Laptop these resources can be used to achieve the goals laid out in ISTE 21st century skills and NETP 2010. Youth can be empowered to learn about STEM and IT by joining museum communities. Teams of youth and staff at the New York Hall of Science (nysci) have been Videoconfere creating the Virtual Hall of Science. ncing/Distanc Laptop Such projects empower the e Learning participants to become creatively involved in a virtual community centered at an informal education institution that can reach directly into K-12 and college classrooms. Getting teachers trained and on board with new technologies can be a challenge. This is especially true when new capabilities are implemented district-wide. Hear about some strategies that Niskayuna used when recently Speakers Laptop installing new classroom technology (e.g. interactive whiteboards). Input from attendees will be encouraged concerning how they have successfully worked with teachers" This presentation will focus on two different curriculum areas. First how the iPod touch is utilized in a middle and high school english classroom as an everyday tool for learning. Second how a high school Speakers Laptop science classroom takes advantage of the district snow leopard server to create, manage, and collaborate material using the built in classroom tools in conjunction with podcast producer. Oswego BOCES has a Title IID grant that includes integrating technology and formative assessment in rural high school classrooms. The staff would like to show our model of facilitating the grant cohort and our teachers would like to showcase what they have done with their classes. Our hope is to inspire other teachers to use various technologies with their classes as well. Day Primary Presenter Last Name Primary title work info Co-Presenter Co-Presenter Information Suffern High Rob Lyons Literacy School Coordinator Sunday Technology Amherst Rob Zdrojewski Teacher & Central Trainer School District Sunday Technology Franklinville Donald Watkins Director/Tech Steven O'Connor Central School Integrator Sunday Wells Central Stephen O'Connor Teacher School Sunday Bellevue Library Media Elementary/S Monica Minion Specialist yracuse City School District Sunday Media Flex Harry Chan Presdident Inc. Sunday Instructional CNYRIC/Onon Technology Nancy Schmidt daga Central Jennifer James Integration Schools Specialist Sunday Wayne Finger Administrator Lakes Michele Messenger of Online BOCES/Edutec Instruction h Sunday Instructional Mohawk Computing/Te Regional Laurie Yager chnology Heather Shaffer Information Integration Center Specialist Sunday VP Product Media-X Paul Shuster Development Systems Inc. - and Training on vendor list Sunday Clarkstown George Engel Teacher Central Schools Tuesday Wells Central Stephen O'Connor Teacher School Tuesday District Renaissance Anu Jokinen Account Learning - on Executive vendor list Tuesday Monroe 2- Instructional Orleans Lori Burch Technology BOCES & Specialist Hilton Central Schools Tuesday Retired Rochester Joan Matzner Integration City Schools Trainer Tuesday Fourth Grade Frewsburg Lorrie Carlson Amy Caldwell Teacher Central School Tuesday Instructional Monticello Yesenia Kreeger Technology Denise MacDevette CSD Specialist Tuesday Rob Miller Tuesday Highland Falls Director of - Fort Andrea Tejedor Technology Montgomery CSD Tuesday Charter Assistant School for Eon Verrall Superintende Applied nt Technologies Tuesday Co title Title Program Description Tech Needs speakers Bring My Own Inquiry based learning is complex and messy. It is human nature to be inquisitive, constantly gathering data through our five senses, and it Tidy Tools for is a resource that is vastly untapped in our kids. Explore Laptop,Projec Messy the convergence of mind tor Learning mapping techniques with the power of Google Draw. Create visuals that display a range of cognitive patterns of thinking thus enabling richer self- reflection in learning. Learn how to create professional looking school TV newscasts and more using greenscreen technology. Greenscreen Adobe Visual Communicator School TV includes templates, graphics, Speakers Laptop Newscasts & music, and even a Class Projects teleprompter to make live newscasts possible. See examples at AmherstTechTV.org A presentation on open source alternative content Teacher/Tech management and social DVD The Future is nology networking on both public and player,Speake Laptop Open integrator private hosts. Featured rs software will be Elgg, Buddypress, and Drupal. Open Educational Resources provide a wealth of materials we can use in the classroom and for professional development. This session will Open explore and evaluate Educational repositories of OER and new Speakers Laptop Resources options for locating openly licensed materials. It will examine nuances of Creative Commons and other licensing. There will be an emphasis on how to share one’s own content as an OER. Intimidated by the thought of creating your own wiki? It's really quite simple. We'll take you step-by-step through the Wikis - A creation process. Real life Collaborative applications will be shown. Laptop Approach to Ways to incorporate Learning collaboration into the wiki between groups, or even classes in different schools, will be discussed. 21 New York State School Library Systems and their related BOCES have pioneered an open source implementation and support Open Source model that enables schools to Software - provide sustainable 21st Speakers Laptop NYS Success century technology to manage Models & insinuate library learning resources wherever students and teachers have access to the Internet. Learn how districts have moved ahead AND reduced library, asset, Diigo is two services in one -- it is a research and collaborative research tool on the one hand, and a knowledge-sharing Foreign Can You community and social content Language Speakers Laptop Diigo? site on the other. Teachers, Teacher using an educator account, can create secured classes and use this tool for research and 21st Century Skills. What do we as educators need to do for students to prepare them to impact the future? Online learning has grown Student exponentially during the last Learning five years. This workshop will Online...Impa focus on elearning, particularly cting Their through AccelerateU. Learn Future how your district can embrace online learning as a tool for student success through this BOCES service that is full- service", providing NYS teachers and curriculum." As online learning gains impetus within our schools, a hybrid model of face-to-face and Internet-based Instructional coursework is emerging as the Computing/Te Online most popular form of chnology Learning in a instruction. Join us for a Speakers Laptop Integration Hybrid World discussion of how Specialist administrators can support online learning in their schools, and how teachers can facilitate online learning experiences utilizing the Angel Learning Management System. 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STAR has been favorably reviewed by such esteemed organizations as the National Center on Response to Intervention (NCRTI) and the National Center ononline Combining interactive Student tools with SMART technologies and the interactive whiteboard can provide engaging and powerful learning experiences Interactivity in the elementary classroom. in the How-tos will be shared as well Laptop Elementary as other resources so that Classroom participants will leave the session with an interactive toolkit of their own to enable them to implement what they have seen back in their own classrooms."know where How can we students need our help as readers without expensive and time consuming testing? Rochester uses a technology Assessment based reading program that without gives students practice in their Speakers Laptop,Projec Testing™ in basic reading skills and tor Reading assesses where teachers need to give students more support without breaking stride for testing. Assessments are based on national & local benchmarks. See how to make In addition to promoting student engagement and encouraging classroom participation, come see how Student one district is using the 2Know Responders: student response systems to Sixth Grade Respond - better prepare students for Laptop Teacher Report - local, benchmark, and state Review assessments. You will see how easy it is to collect and analyze the data allowing teachers to modify their instruction for optimal learning. Monticello CSD has integrated Pixie into the curriculum to support their literacy and technology programs. Come and learn how you and your Building Early students can build similar NE Regional Literacy Skills projects that range from skill- Laptop Manager building activities to open- with Pixie ended multimedia cross- curricular projects such as slideshows, videos and web pages that require creativity, communication, and higher- order thinking skills. Quest Atlantis TBD Savvy teachers have always incorporated differentiated practices into their teaching repertoires. If good teachers believe in and strive to Differentiatin increase the amount and kind g Content for of differentiation that is Speakers Laptop Teacher evident in their classrooms, Learning then staff developers must do no less. Learn how we can we leverage web 2.0 technologies like slideshare and glogster to differentiate learning opportunities for teachers! Using FREE web-based eDoctrina software, the Charter School for Applied Technologies has made Free Web- consistent improvement in Tools for student achievement across all Increasing Speakers Laptop grade levels and subject areas Student for the past several years. Achievement Learn about how they use this tool within a professional learning community to support student learning.
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