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Join Google Certified Teacher Lucy Gray to discover ways to promote search literacy in your classroom. Search is the essential 21st century skill and in this session, participants will learn to fully utilize Google search features and techniques. Session attendees will also have the opportunity to explore tools such as Google Book Search, Google Scholar, and Google News. Participants will come away from this session with an understanding of search and the importance of establishing a research stance in schools.
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Whether you are trying to improve building cleanliness or implementation of a one-to-one initaitive, measuring total systems progress is an on-going challenge in public schools. This session will demonstrate the new Systems Progression Tool, an application developed by the Joplin Schools, which captures accurate, real time data to drive decision-making and target resources.
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Are your data reports just plain text with a table tossed in the middle? Have you seen Infographics and want to design your own? Bring your laptop and school data to learn the different methods from simple to detailed to make your own Infographics. Market your library with colorful detailed reports. Collaborate with teachers on data lesson plans for students. BYOD Double Session Requirements: Laptop and school data.
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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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Participants will learn how to develop and implement a student centered support network for 21st century schools that utilizes the student population to support technology initiatives, creating an environment where students are active participants in the daily function of the school.
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What is a QR Code you ask? Well, in a nutshell it is a bar code on steroids. These funky black and white squares are having quite the impact on education. Turn those boring old worksheets into a QR Code hunt and watch your students get excited about learning again. We will show educators what QR apps to use, how to set up a QR Code and some of the many uses for this tiny square.
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Join us and find out how Discovery Education is going mobile, social, and adding even more functionality for you and your students. In this session, we will also model strategies for exploring your favorite content, as well as the newest features and resources available through Discovery Education.
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Learn to use ActivInspire to create self-checking, interactive containers that will increase student engagement in your elementary classroom! Create activities in which correct answers are contained and rewarded by sounds and incorrect answers are rejected by the container. Step-by-step directions will be given for creating containers that contain anything, one specific object, and multiple objects as identified by keywords. BYOL Double Session Requirements: Bring a laptop with the latest version of ActivInspire installed.
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The Common Core State Standards (CCSS) are designed to be powerful and relevant to the real world, reflecting the knowledge and skills that our students need for success, but many educators are still trying to figure out how best to address these standards. Learn how to compare the ISTE NETS standards to Partnership 21st Century Skills standards and how they both fit the framework of the CCSS. This session will explore 10 technology tools and resources that can help educators begin addressing the CCSS in real and relevant ways. Join Dr. Howie DiBlasi as he shares technology tools that will help prepare our students for success in a variety of areas, including College and Career Readiness, Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening, Language, and Mathematical principles.
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Learn how local business provides high school students real life experiences in web development and other technology career opportunities. BDPA is a non-profit national organization for IT industry professionals. Committed to you, BDPA's youth program is designed to introduce students to IT and encourage them to seek technology related careers. Hear from high school students and area leaders how they work and train together giving students real life and hands-on experiences. The St. Louis BDPA delegation placed 2nd in the 2012 nationals. Learn how your school can become involved in the program.

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