ISTE 2012 Spotlight Speakers

Document Sample
ISTE 2012 Spotlight Speakers Powered By Docstoc
					firstname   lastname   title

Larry       Johnson    The 2012 Horizon Report: K-12
                       Edition

Hall        Davidson   7 New Things to Try with Video--
                       From Hardware to Apps


Leslie      Fisher     Hide Your Wallets, It's Gadget
                       Time!
David       Warlick    Cracking the 'Native' Information
                       Experience

Christopher Moersch    Harnessing Technology to Elevate
                       Achievement in High-Poverty
                       Schools
Saul        Rockman    LOL@ ISTE: Cloud Today and the
                       Potential for Rain

Bernajean   Porter     I-Imagine: Waking Up a Generation
                       to Their Own Greatness

Chris       Lehmann    Beyond Googling: Using
                       Technology To Build A Culture of
                       Inquiry
Mayim       Bialik     Learn Math and Science with Dr.
                       Mayim Bialik




Adam        Bellow     A Funny Thing Happened on the
                       Way to the Future
Robert      Kolvoord   Mapping a Difference: Teaching
                       and Learning in a Google Spatial
                       World
Gary        Stager     Best Educational Ideas in the
                       World--25th Anniversary Edition
Alan      November   Empathy: The 21st Century Skill


Roger     Wagner     Creativity Re-Examined in Light of
                     Piaget, Papert, and Bloom

Gwen      Solomon    Tools and Apps: What, Why, When,
                     and How
Michael   Fullan     Stratosphere: Integrating
                     Technology, Pedagogy, and Change
                     Knowledge
Annette   Lamb       Graphic Inquiry: Dynamic
                     Differentiation and Digital Age
                     Learning

Scott     Kinney     Going Digital: The Next Chapter in
                     Learning and Teaching

Gail      Lovely     Are Tablets a Prescription for
                     Learning? Evaluating Apps for Early
                     Learning
Michael   Furdyk     Technology-Enabled Global
                     Education: A Conversation with
                     Teachers Who Are TakingITGlobal
Lee       Crockett   Creativity Fluency: Inspiring
                     Innovation in the 21st Century
                     Classroom
Cheryl    Lemke      Personalization of Learning
                     through Digital Content

Steve     Dembo      Extreme Web 2.0 Makeover:
                     Education Edition

Ian       Jukes      Beyond Literacy & Numeracy in the
                     Digital Age

Howie     DiBlasi    99 Free Resources and Projects for
                     Digital Age Learning
Sylvia    Martinez    "We Need More PD!" and Other
                      Myths about Technology
                      Integration
Steve     Hargadon    Personal and Professional Growth
                      Using Web 2.0
Lynell    Burmark     HOTS Stuff with Cool Tools:
                      Inspiring the BYOD Generation


Leslie    Fisher      The iOS Application Support Group
                      for 2012
Adam      Bellow      EduTecher's Web Tools Will Make
                      Your Classroom Rock!

Bernard   Dodge       Beyond Drills & Clickers: Using
                      Smartphones for Creative
                      Construction
Travis    Allen       Becoming a Mobile Learner




Tammy     Worcester   Cool Collaborative Activities with
                      Google Tools

Kathy     Schrock     Literacy in the Digital Age




Yvonne    Andres      Web-Connected Minds:
Marie                 Connectedness, Constructivist
                      Learning, and Brain Plasticity
Vicki     Davis       Collaborative Writing and Common
                      Core Standards in the Classroom

Larry     Anderson    Podcasting and Mobile Media for
                      Learning and Teaching

Howie     DiBlasi     Google to the Max: 2012 Power
                      Users Guide
Elliot    Soloway     Education in the Age of Mobilism:
                      The Inevitable Transformation of K-
                      12 Classroom
Tammy     Worcester   Creating and Collecting Digital
                      Work

Will      Richardson The Steep Unlearning Curve:
                     Rethinking Schools, Classrooms,
                     and Learning
Will      Richardson Spreading the Word: Eight Ways to
                     Start Conversations around Change

Judith    Harris      TPACK: Will You Know It When You
                      See It?

David     Warlick     A Broader Perspective on Data:
                      Infographics and Visualization

Gail      Lovely      There's an App for That! Finding
                      Real Solutions with Today's Apps
                      (Version 2.0)
David     Thornburg   Education's Mobile Revolution: A
                      True Disruption Takes Hold

Douglas   Johnson     Designing Brick-and-Mortar
                      Libraries in the Digital Age

Alan      November    Digital Learning Farm: Students as
                      Contributors

Larry     Rosenstock High Tech High Student Work


Jason     Ohler       From Good to Amazing: Helping
                      Students Become Professional
                      Media Makers
Rushton   Hurley      Six Simple Suggestions for
                      Powerful PD
description                                                                 room_nu starttime
                                                                            mber
Each year, the New Media Consortium's Horizon Project identifies six        6D        8:30 AM
technologies to watch over the next five years. Learn what they found
and what they see ahead for schools.
Use your iPad as a microscope, assess students using web searches and 6E              12:15 PM
PowerPoints, transform your tablet into a whiteboard, build a document
camera from an old camcorder. The possibilities are endless!

It's that time of year again! Hide your wallets, cover one eye, and see     Ballroom 10:15 AM
what is new and cool this year in gadgetland.                               20CD
Are videogames the only way to motivate millennials? Explore some                   1 8:30 AM
fundamental qualities of their "native" experience and see how you can
integrate them into your classroom.
Learn about a three-stage model that aligns district goals with tools       6D         2:00 PM
already available to leverage previous investment with specific
strategies to move schools from low-achieving to high-performing.
This group of punsters, jokesters, storytellers, and cynics will consider        10 10:15 AM
the past, present, and future of technology in education. Shouldn't you
be worried?
Illuminate students' sense of identity and purpose. Learn how to employ           9 10:15 AM
research-based multimedia docudramas called vision-videos to inspire
hope, joy, and action in students' life goals.
We must marry inquiry-driven pedagogy and digital age tools to help         6E         4:15 PM
students develop the critical-thinking skills needed to become fully
engaged citizens.
This actress/neuroscientist/teacher's passion for math, science, and        6C         8:30 AM
education is not just a role she plays on TV. Learn with Mayim and other
teachers how the TI-Nspire CX technology can increase student
engagement and understanding of math and science concepts. Brought
to you by Texas Instruments.
We live and teach in a remarkable time, but it is not without challenges.         1    2:30 PM
Let's examine some challenges and start solving them!
Google Earth, GPS, and GIS emphasize spatial thinking in the classroom.     6D        11:45 AM
See how these geographic tools span the curriculum, connecting
content and technology.
Climb aboard a voyage of discovery to the best educational ideas in the     6E        10:30 AM
world, and learn how these powerful concepts can supercharge learning
with computers.
Learn to design more rigorous and motivating assignments that engage        6F          2:30 PM
students in global communications and help them understand different
cultural perspectives and points of view.
Learn about four simple observations that educators can make during                9 12:45 PM
the learning process that will put all contemporary learning theories
into an easily understood context and redefine creativity.
This session looks at a variety of new and trusted tools and apps and       6E          8:30 AM
how educators are using them to change learning and teaching.
While technology in education has forged ahead, pedagogy hasn't kept        Ballroom    8:30 AM
pace. Using change knowledge as its foundation this session offers          20CD
concrete solutions to the issue.
Meet individual learning needs with technology-enhanced graphic tools       6A         10:30 AM
and resources that combine NETS*S with content-area standards. Build
inquiry-based learning environments that nurture digital citizens.

Examine the future of instructional content. Discuss the instructional             9    1:15 PM
benefits of making the shift from print to digital, including a review of
successful implementations.
Are touchscreen tablets a breakthrough for early learning? We'll share      6E         11:45 AM
criteria for choosing apps and ideas for use with young learners.

Hear stories and insights from teachers in TakingITGlobal's international          8    8:30 AM
learning programs, and explore how to use technology to build
students' digital and global citizenship.
Creativity is one of the essential digital age fluencies. Find out how to          1 11:45 AM
present, explain, and cultivate the creative process in your classroom.

Digital content is the next frontier. Done well, it will be interactive,    6F          8:30 AM
customizable, engaging -- the gateway to differentiating and
personalizing learning for all students.
No blog? No podcast? No problem! Even if you're an absolute beginner,       6E         12:45 PM
we'll give you a complete digital makeover. Enter a newbie, leave a web
2.0 guru!
This presentation challenges traditional assumptions about literacy and     6F         10:15 AM
numeracy in our rapidly changing world. Embracing digital age fluencies
is key to our children's brightest future.
Discover interactive websites that you can use for differentiated           Ballroom    1:15 PM
instruction, classroom management, learning centers, critical thinking,     20CD
problem solving, and global connections.
The days of "sit and get" professional development are over--but what                4    4:15 PM
will take its place? Learn new ways to enable classroom-based
professional learning.
Learn to use web 2.0 to explore your interests and passions and to help              1 11:00 AM
you build a personal learning and support network.
Forget snooze-inducing rote instruction! Get handhelds-based activities              1    2:00 PM
that promote higher-order thinking skills (HOTS) beyond Bloom's!
Access free handouts, presentations, and image resources; win
widescreen Epson projector!
Lets get together, welcome new friends (even those Blackberry and             Ballroom 11:45 AM
Droid people), and catch up with the world of iOS apps.                       20CD
Learn about some of the most incredible free web tools out there and          Ballroom 10:30 AM
find out how you can upgrade your curriculum for your school or               20CD
students.
Explore three detailed examples of how students can use mobile devices        6F          4:15 PM
as tricorders to make sense of their environment at school and home.

Experience the life of a true digital native who boldly refused to accept 6F             11:00 AM
the status quo in the classroom. Learn how he uses his tablet, and only
his tablet, in all of his courses. More importantly learn how you can be a
part of a revolution for change in education.
In this fun, interactive session, you'll learn how to use a variety of         6F         1:15 PM
Google's tools to orchestrate some cool collaborative learning activities
for your students.
Explore how you can embed thirteen literacies--traditional, information,             1 12:15 PM
visual, critical, media, tool, digital, data, global, economic, civic, health,
and historical literacy-- meaningfully into the curriculum!

Take an inside look at highly effective education programs that blend         7B         11:00 AM
online and offline learning while incorporating the latest brain research
and instructional methodology.
Join Vicki Davis and a panel of educators to discuss collaborative writing           8 12:15 PM
and using tools, such as wikis and Google Docs, to meet Common Core
Standards.
Podcasting! iPods/iPads! iPhones! MP3 players! How does a teacher             6E          3:45 PM
incorporate all these technology tools into meaningful learning? Join us
and learn from experts!
Explore 14 new features and apps. Discover best practices for                 Ballroom   12:15 PM
classrooms and administrators. You'll learn about best tools, tips,           20CD
services, hidden features, and secret areas.
Mobile devices will catalyze the classroom transformation from "I           Ballroom    2:00 PM
Teach," a teacher-centric pedagogy to "We Learn," a student-centric,        20CD
digital age pedagogy.
In this fun, fast-paced session, Tammy and Kevin will demonstrate a         Ballroom    4:15 PM
variety of creative apps and tools and will show how to collect and         20CD
manage them.
To be truly literate, we need to be able to learn, unlearn and relearn.     Ballroom    3:45 PM
We'll look at the challenges of "unlearning" at every level.                20CD

To make change scale, we need everyone's voice in the conversation.         6F         12:45 PM
We'll look at a number of inclusive ways to get real change discussions
started.
Teachers use their TPACK--technological, pedagogical, and content                 10 11:00 AM
knowledge--to apply educational technologies in curriculum-based
instruction. How can TPACK be detected and measured?
Our world experience is measured, indexed, and archived, and it tells a     6E          2:00 PM
story. Explore how visualizing that story provides a unique opportunity
for interdisciplinary learning.
Join this fast-paced panel for a fun and informational session about real   Ballroom    2:30 PM
classroom challenges and the apps that can help meet those challenges.      20CD

Explore today's student-owned mobile tools and examine the kinds of                1   8:30 AM
powerful changes in pedagogy required to transform schooling in a
Google-based world.
Why does a school need a library when seemingly all resources can be               5    2:30 PM
found online? How can libraries be redesigned for greater educational
impact?
We will discuss six highly motivating learning jobs: tutorial designers,    Ballroom 11:00 AM
official scribes, researchers, global communicators, learning               20CD
documentary producers, and solvers of real problems.
This session will include a slide presentation of student work from High           4 10:30 AM
Tech High, with several examples of the integration of STEM with art.

Help students go beyond good media and create great media--movies, Ballroom            8:30 AM
digital stories, new media--that's articulate, professional, and engaging, 20CD
using software tools you already have.
Technology can build morale and teamwork, and your team can have           6A           2:30 PM
fun making it happen. Learn new approaches to strengthen and support
your staff.
weekday    email

Wednesday Speaker asked that email
          not be made public.

Tuesday    hall_davidson@discovery.co
           m


Wednesday geek@lesliefisher.com

Monday     david.warlick@gmail.com


Tuesday    chris@loticonnection.com


Wednesday saul@rockman.com


Wednesday bernajean@digitales.us


Monday     chris@practicaltheory.org


Monday     MHancock@golinharris.com
           (contact at PR company for
           Texas Instruments)


Monday     ABellow@eduTecher.net

Wednesday kolvoora@jmu.edu


Tuesday    gary@stager.org
Monday     brian@novemberlearning.co
           m

Monday     Speaker asked that email
           not be made public.

Monday     gwensol@earthlink.net

Monday     mfullan@oise.utoronto.ca


Tuesday    alamb@eduscapes.com




Wednesday scott_kinney@discovery.co
          m

Wednesday Gail@GailLovely.com


Wednesday mfurdyk@takingitglobal.org


Wednesday Speaker asked that email
          not be made public.

Wednesday clemke@metiri.com


Monday     sdembo@gmail.com


Wednesday ian@fluency21.com


Wednesday howie@frontier.net
Monday     sylvia@genyes.org


Monday     steve@hargadon.com

Tuesday    lynellb@aol.com




Wednesday geek@lesliefisher.com

Tuesday    ABellow@eduTecher.net


Monday     bdodge@mail.sdsu.edu


Monday     Travis@ischoolinitiative.com




Wednesday tammyw@essdack.org


Tuesday    kathy@kathyschrock.net




Monday     yvonne@gsn.org


Tuesday    coolcatteacher@gmail.com


Tuesday    larry@nctp.com


Tuesday    howie@frontier.net
Tuesday    soloway@umich.edu


Monday     tammyw@essdack.org


Tuesday    weblogged@gmail.com


Monday     weblogged@gmail.com


Monday     judi.harris@wm.edu


Tuesday    david.warlick@gmail.com


Monday     Gail@GailLovely.com


Wednesday dthornburg@aol.com


Monday     doug0077@gmail.com


Monday     brian@novemberlearning.co
           m

Tuesday    lrosenstock@hightechhigh.o
           rg

Wednesday jasonohler@gmail.com


Monday     rh@nextvista.org

				
DOCUMENT INFO
Shared By:
Categories:
Tags:
Stats:
views:6
posted:11/5/2012
language:English
pages:12