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(Last edited: Wednesday, February 6, 2013, 07:33 AM)
Motivate your students to take on leadership roles. Engage them in higher level problem solving. Transform your school by putting students in charge. Connect to the world outside of the school by broadcasting school news. It is all possible with a flip camera, free software, and a little time. A team of 5th grade students will show you how it is done. The students are the leaders and they will show you how they produce the news and post it online in just 20 minutes each day.
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This presentation will show you how to be a better educator. Period. Firsthand accounts and specific examples of how building a professional learning network (PLN) is something every educator needs to do. The focus will be on defining a PLN and examining the sheer power social media has in creating and sustaining these vast connections.

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Participants will learn how to integrate student owned devices into the elementary curriculum. Hear one teacher's journey into BYOD and discover ways to utilize technology to provide opportunities to flip your classroom. Explore ways to incorporate strategies to strengthen parent communication, classroom management, student interaction, engagement and global collaboration opportunities.

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(Last edited: Wednesday, February 6, 2013, 08:30 AM)
Learn how the BYOD concept works in a real classroom. Hear how to manage learning and take student practice and assessment online using browser based tools such as Google Docs. Join the presenter as he shares his first year in a BYOD classroom.
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Engaging middle school students becomes even more difficult as education strives to compete with our increasingly connected culture. By nature, young teens are social and already entrenched in digital media, so why not use those facts to your advantage? Using Project-Based Learning in a digitally-connected classroom not only increases the rigor of your curriculum, but also encourages students to become their own teachers. Combining this with Standards-Based Grading and a Guaranteed and Viable Curriculum will help to ensure a standards driven classroom that is prepared to meet the demands of the Common Core State Standards in a connected world.
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(Recess TEC, Inc., Shelbyville, IL, United States) We will count them down; ten ways to integrate technology into the Common Core Standards. Kell two birds with one stone. Have fun while motivating your students to succeed.
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Co-presenters: Steven Hendricks, Claudia Staude -Interested in going paperless in the classroom? Curious how to use technology as a tool to improve student learning? Want to get project ideas from another teacher actively using technology in their classes? Three English teachers will present the variety of technological tools that they use in their classrooms, including Twitter, iMessage, Turnitin.com, classroom wikis, Printopia, Dropbox, and much more.
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Not only does today's student want to be engaged through technology, media, and conversations at the same time, they also want to be able to instantly share their own content, ideas, and creativity with their peers and, in fact, the world. Our students have progressed beyond consumers of content to become producers and publishers. How do we, as educators, teach to someone who is technically proficient, and social media-minded? During this session we'll explore different avenues in which the traditional model of learning is replaced with a challenge that requires students to draw on prior learning, acquire new knowledge, and tap their creativity to fashion solutions.
(Last edited: Tuesday, February 19, 2013, 09:41 AM)

Co-presenters: Andrea Blanco, Brandie Hatch, Dana Todaro, Angela Cartee, Michelle Dirksen - The METC Cool Tool Duel is back! Join us in this high energy session when instructional technology specialists from four school districts share their favorite Web 2.0 tools, resources, and lesson ideas. Two new school districts are joining in the duel this year, so the Francis Howell, Rockwood, Hancock Place, and Special School Districts will compete to win the Cool Tool title. Attendees will be able to vote for their favorite Cool Tool at the end of the session. You don't want to miss this duel!

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(Last edited: Friday, February 15, 2013, 08:19 AM)

Should education look the same as it did when today's teachers were yesterday's students? What ideas are worth keeping and what new innovations should be explored when creating a vision for learning in today's educational landscape? Districts today must develop a culture of learning and a means to develop deep thinking students. How is that accomplished? Let's explore the options.

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