Listen and learn : Multi-presentation
Sunday, June 24, 12:00–1:00 pm
Dr. Sue Anderson Joshua Bastean Jonathan Bergmann Jaime Donally Rachelle Galang Cara Hagen Lisa Johnson Michael Kosko Daniel Mares Dayson Pasion Kelly Sain Dave Sands Katy Noelle Scott Bill Selak Jennifer Sidlow Shelagh St. Laurent Dr. Anastasia Trekles
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1: Snap3B: 3 Strategies For An Instructional Design Reboot, Lisa Johnson
2: #GlobalMakerDay Mini-Minecraft Builders, Jaime Donally
3: Gamestorming TPACK: What We Mean When We Talk About Technology Integration, Rachelle Galang
4: What were they thinking? Special education teachers' views on technology-integration Sue Anderson
5: The Zombie Apocalypse: Applying the MDA Gamification Framework to Classroom PBL, Joshua Bastean
6: Keep It Safe, Keep It Private, Cara Hagen
7: Let Them Drive the Learning! #stuchoice, Steve Isaacs
8: One STEM Chicago: Building a Digital STEM Community, Michael Kosko
9: Hacking Slides: Creative Non-Slideshow Uses of Google Slides, Daniel Mares
10: Using Badges to Differentiate Professional Development, Dayson Pasion
11: The Coding Continuum: Creating with Micro:bit, Dave Sands
12: #TeensCan: Let Students Be Your Social Media Voice, Katy Noelle Scott
13: Snap1B: Coding Across the Curriculum, Jennifer Sidlow
14: Innovative and Global Learning Environments: Creating an Innovation Lab, Shelagh St. Laurent
15: 10 Best Tools for Students with Disabilities in Inclusive Classrooms, Anastasia Trekles
16: Students Won’t Stop Fact-Checking Me: Teach Kids To Read News Critically, Bill Selak
17: Flipped Learning 3.0: Teaching, Learning & Leading in Unprecedented Times, Jonathan Bergmann
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Sue Anderson is an associate professor at Texas Christian University where she teaches educational technology and special education courses. Her research focuses on the application of the technological pedagogical content (TPACK) framework in special education settings, Previously, she studied the relationships among factors such as value beliefs, self-efficacy beliefs, perceived ease of use, subjective norm, and intentions to use technology.
Josh Bastean (@misterbastean) was an ELA teacher for 5 years before becoming an Instructional Technology Coordinator for the Darlington County School District (SC). He is also an Adjunct Professor of Education for Coker College, and is pursuing his Ed.D. in Curriculum & Instruction. Josh's goal is to help instill a love of learning in all students by supporting teachers in integrating technology into classroom practice. Josh's focus is the secondary classroom, where he works with teachers and students on a variety of topics including technology integration, inquiry, coding, robotics, project- and problem-based learning, and many others.
Jaime Donally is a passionate technology enthusiast. She began her career as a math teacher and later moved into Instructional Technology. Her desire to build relationships has brought about opportunities to collaborate with students and educators around the world. She provides staff development and training on immersive technology as an edtech consultant. Her latest adventures include the launch of Global Maker Day and the #ARVRinEDU community. She works as an author and speaker to provide practical use of augmented and virtual reality with more resources at ARVRinEDU.com.
Lisa has 16+ years of edu experience. She holds a Master's Degree in Curriculum, Instruction, & Tech, was featured in the publications "iPads in Education for Dummies” and “The Missing Voices in Ed Tech” and has co-authored the global hit “Hot Apps 4 HOTS.” ADE, PBS Digital Innovator, SmartBrief & Edutopia Blogger, Lisa's enjoys "cooking up" purposeful, engaging, authentic resources to meet educator’s needs. Her latest recipe is the book “Cultivating Communication in the Classroom.” In her spare time, she delights in house sprucing, filing away productivity hacks, and traveling to places near and far.
Michael Kosko is STEM Initiatives Manager for Chicago Public Schools. Prior to that role, he taught high school STEM and science in the district for 10 years. He’s a vocal advocate for technology integration and using design thinking in the classroom. Michael is a Google for Education Certified Innovator and an educator collaborator for Science Friday. Follow him on Twitter: @MrKosko.
STEAM educator | ITF | Kenan Fellow | Siemens STEM Fellow | Maker | Subversive
Dave Sands is the Principal of Technology Implementation for School District 43 (Coquitlam, BC, Canada) with 27 years teaching and administrative experience. He has a Master's degree in Technology and Curriculum, is a member of several Provincial committees focused on technology, and leads various technology-based initiatives at the District level. Dave is a strong proponent of developing Digital Citizenship among youth and regularly presents throughout the Province encouraging parents to guide their children’s use of technology. Dave focuses his instructional practice and leadership on empowering students and educators with the use technology-based tools to enhance and deepen the learning process.