ISTE Bytes

Location: Room Lila Cockrell Theater

Listen and learn

[Listen and learn : Multi-presentation]

Monday, June 26, 8:30–9:30 am
Location: Room Lila Cockrell Theater

Dr. Peña Bedesem   Nancye Blair Black   Dr. Monica Burns   Dr. Alice Christie   Dr. Jana Craig Hare   Hall Davidson   Steve Dembo   Michele Eaton   Leslie Fisher   Matthew Fox   Dr. Scott Garrigan   Terrance Godwaldt   Kim LeClaire   Gail Lovely   Kathleen Reardon   Jeff Rothenberger   Aaron Sams   Mark Schreiber   Chris Turnbull   Dr. Mia Kim Williams   Rachelle Wooten   Dr. Maureen Yoder   Lance Yoder   Dr. Leigh Zeitz  
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Additional detail: Session recorded for video-on-demand

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Description: Blog - EdTech and iPad Resources
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Description: Link to PDF of Gail Lovely's brief presentation for this session
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Description: What Can You do with Google Drawings?
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Description: The Amazing Race to Personalized PD - Rachelle Wooten
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Description: Slides for 2-minute ISTE Bits invitation to Global Collaboration Poster Session
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Dr. Peña Bedesem, Kent State University

Nancye Blair Black,

Dr. Monica Burns, Class Tech Tips, LLC

Dr. Alice Christie, Arizona State University

Dr. Alice A. Christie, Arizona State University President’s Professor Emeritus, received her Ph.D. in Educational Technology and Language and Literacy from Arizona State University in 1995. She taught for twenty-five years in K-12 schools and for 20 years at Arizona State University. Currently, she travels the country providing professional development to PK-university educators. Dr. Christie is an acclaimed and highly respected speaker and presenter. She shares her enthusiasm and energy, insights and ideas, and her love of learning through workshops, seminars, and keynote addresses. She one of approximately 500 Google Certified Teachers and Google Certified Innovators worldwide.

Dr. Jana Craig Hare, ALTEC - University of Kansas

Hall Davidson, Discovery Education

Hall Davidson has worked from think tanks in Turkey to classrooms in Tennessee. He has collaborated with educational thought leaders including teachers, superintendents, and departments of education. A K-12 bilingual math teacher and college faculty member, he left the classroom to become part of an Emmy-winning team, creating math and technology integration programs. He helped launch California’s technology blueprint and now serves as a board member for ISTE . In his current role as Senior Director, he supports the global partnerships, teacher networks, and learning initiatives of Discovery Education, the educational unit of Discovery Communications.

Steve Dembo, Teach42

Michele Eaton, MSD of Wayne Township

Leslie Fisher,

Matthew Fox, Millersville University

Dr. Scott Garrigan, Lehigh University

Terrance Godwaldt, The Centre for Global Education

Kim LeClaire, TeachUnited

2016 ISTE Making IT Happen awardee, Kim LeClaire is a passionate leader who serves education as an ISTE faculty member. She joined the ISTE professional learning team to support Malaysia's Education Leadership May 2016 and Singapore's Ministry of Education in Jan & March 2010. Kim returned to Singapore in March 2013 to celebrate their coaching successes; she provided additional ISTE Coaching opportunities in US districts across the US and US Virgin Islands.2012-Present, CO Technology Leadership Forum co-facilitator and 2009-2016 Board of Director for Innovative Education Colorado. Most recently, Kim served as a National School Board Association 2017 conference panelist.

Gail Lovely, Suddenly It Clicks!

Inner-city Los Angeles in the early 1980’s was NOT a hotbed of technologies, but it IS where Gail Lovely began to harness technologies to empower little learners. Gail saw that the thinking of young learners could be made visible and their voices could be amplified with even the “primitive technologies” of those days. Fast forward. Gail has taught classes, spoken at conferences, founded the ISTE ELN, written columns and a book, and worked with more educators than she can count. Gail STILL believes the magic is in the children not the technology and she still loves helping others see this too.

Kathleen Reardon, Dedham Country Day School

Kathleen Reardon is excited to join Dedham Country Day School this summer as the new Director of Academic Technology. Previously, she has held the positions of Latin Teacher & Technology Coach at The Park School in Brookline, MA. She is a member of the Education Advisory Board at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Teacher Advisory Council at the New England Aquarium, and Ambassador for the TES Global Network. Kathleen works to encourage learned discourse online, especially among elementary & middle school students. Kathleen received her Bachelor of Arts in Classics & Political Science from Holy Cross, and her Juris Doctor from the Catholic University of America.

Jeff Rothenberger, Montgomery County Intermediate Unit

Aaron Sams, Saint Vincent College

Aaron Sams has been an educator since 2000. He operates Sams Learning Designs, is an Adjunct Professor at Saint Vincent College, and is an advisor to TED-Ed. In 2009 he was awarded the Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching. Aaron has co-authored seven books on the Flipped Classroom concept. Aaron is an internationally recognized keynote speaker and has trained thousands of educators to integrate technology with sound pedagogy. He is a lifelong learner, reader, and maker. He holds both a B.S. in Biochemistry, an M.A.Ed. from Biola University, and is pursuing a Ph.D. at Texas Tech.

Mark Schreiber, DesignCase Consulting & Stanford Fellow

Senior Stanford FabLearn Fellow and founder of Design Case Consulting, Mark Schreiber knows hands-on education. With over 15 years in technology, engineering, digital fabrication, and design, Mark is well versed in the integration of making into all areas of schools. Mark consults for corporations, such as Intel, Demco, and numerous public and private schools to help bring more design and innovation into classrooms worldwide.

Chris Turnbull, Saint Paul Schools Office of Teaching & Learning

Chris is a Personalized Learning Specialist for Saint Paul Public Schools supporting 1:1 iPads and tech integration to help teachers personalize learning and empower students to use their creativity to demonstrate learning. She is a frequent presenter at the TIES Technology Conference, Minnesota eLearning Summit, iPadpaloozaMN, International Reading Association Conference, FlipCon, ISTE, and the K12 Online Conference on topics ranging from iPads, video production, online learning design, personalized professional development, technology coaching, iBooks Author and Book Creator, and bridging the Digital Divide with a racial equity lens.

Dr. Mia Kim Williams, University of Northern Colorado

Rachelle Wooten, Fort Bend ISD

Rachelle Wooten is a Digital Learning Specialist with Fort Bend ISD. Her passion is designing and facilitating a learning experience that empowers, inspires, and equips teachers with innovative, proven solutions to reach and teach their students.  She is the author of the iBook: Mission ‘Pod’sible: A Teacher’s Guide to Podcasting.  She’s a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert and an authorized Google Education Trainer, Adobe Education Leader, and Certified Adobe Education Trainer.  She has also earned distinctions such as: an Edmodo Certified Trainer, a Common Sense Education Edtech Mentor, and a Nearpod Pionear.  

Dr. Maureen Yoder, Lesley University

Dr. Maureen Brown Yoder has presented at ISTE/NECC, since the 1980s, when the field of educational technology was in its infancy, using an Apple 2 and a 300 baud modem.  She is a Professor at Lesley University in Cambridge, Massachusetts in the Educational Technology department.  A former classroom teacher, Dr. Yoder coined the term “Electronic Constructivism” and has written extensively on emerging technologies and how to thoughtfully and creatively integrate them into classrooms.  Dr. Yoder is a blog contributor to ISTE’s EdTekHub.  Her “Emerging Technologies” graduate class for in-service educators covers innovative and promising technologies and strategies to promote creativity.

Lance Yoder, MSD of Steuben County

Dr. Leigh Zeitz, University Of Northern Iowa

Dr. Leigh Zeitz (Dr. Z) is an associate professor in the Instructional Technology program at the University of Northern Iowa. He teaches practicing and future teachers about integrating the many learning opportunities available though technology into their learning environments. Dr. Z is an ISTE author who has written 7 books, over 75 articles and given over 150 presentations on 3 continents about technology and education. He recently assumed presidency of the ISTE Global Collaboration Network and looking forward to opportunities that will be provided by/for global educators to engage their students in learning.

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