Wednesday 2:00 pm- 2:45 pm Concurrent Session 10


Title: Digital Citizenship:FOMO (Putting Tech Skills & Tools In Life Perspective)
Location: Auditorium
Presenter: Timothy Smith (CMS Instructional Technology)
Description: Help put the skills and tools you've learned into you life perspective. Now having learned about all these new skills and tools, we must learn how to use the responsibly. In this session we will learn that teachers need to model Digital Citizenship for their students in the digital world by their actions too. A Philosophical look at our digital lives. Video Promo Here

Title: Classrooms Communicate!
Location: Media Center Lab
Presenter: Ilana Jones (Instructional Technology)
Description: Using 21st century digital communication tools in the classroom to enhance learning and student collaboration
Title: Open Computer Lab: Create, Collaborate, Explore!
Location: Media Center
Facilitator: An Instructional Technology Specialist or student volunteer will be on hand to assist you.
Description: Drop into the computer lab to explore any of the topics you learn in a session. Create your own work, collaborate with others or ask an Instructional Technology Specialist to assist you!

Title: CMS WikisLocation: C104Presenter: Jacob Standish (CMS Instructional Technology)Description:
Title: Discovery Education Introduction and BasicsLocation: C152 (Lab)Presenters: Sean Hannum(Bailey Middle School)Description: Created by the Discovery Channel, Discovery Education is an excellent supplemental resource for all teachers. In this session you will learn how to navigate the Discovery Education website. Basic searches for video clips, full length Discovery Channel videos, and other resources available to teachers will be demonstrated. Discovery Education has made it easier to navigate the site by offering a Quick Start Guide as well at the full User Guide and many helpful FAQ's. "
Title: Put Away the Paper and Glue, Glogster is For You!Location: C151 (Lab)
Presentors: Lynn Keith and Suzanne Blaszak (Providence Spring Elementary)
Description: Come discover GLOGS which are online multi-sensory posters. Learn how to engage your students with the paperless 21st century learning. Create interactive online posters that include video clips, audio clips, images, and text. Glogster Edu is a controlled private space where students can safely create multimedia projects to enhance instruction and learning. This is a powerful and free Web 2.0 tool you are sure to love. In this session we will share several 5th grade projects created using Glogster Edu and will include project design, rubrics, and more.

Title: Enhancing Instruction through Technology
Location: C150 (Lab)
Presenters: Sylvester Ngoma (Harding/CTE)
Description: "Enhancing Instruction through Technology
Designed to be a guided, hands-on workshop, this session will acquaint participants with a variety of digital tools that can help enhance classroom instruction. The following topics will be covered:

• Showcasing students’ projects using MixBook
• Taking Prezi one step further
• Making video tutorials available to students through Prezi and SlideRocket
• Addressing global issues
• Designing screensavers using Wordle and Photoshop
• Learning Styles Exploration
• Using digital portfolios
• Designing resumes in three formats
• Reflections on lessons taught
• Pacts with Students
• Giving feedback to students using MS Word Comment Tool
• Critical Incident Questionnaires (CIQ): Class surveys through SurveyMonkey.com

Title: Mooving with MoodleLocation: G205 (Lab)Presenter: Sharon Wilson (CMS Instructional Technology) & Christina Efird (Teacher PD)
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Title: Internet Research using the Big6
Resource: Big6 Wiki
Location: G301
Presenter: Kevin Washburn, Media Specialist (Alexander Graham Middle School)
Description: Workshop will provide tools and resources to participants for integrating Internet resources into the Big6 research process. Online research databases, ebooks, electronic periodicals from NC WiseOwl will also be reviewed.

Title: Animoto.com
Location: G305
Presenters: Kristen Better(Endhaven Elementary/First Grade Teacher)
Description: “Animoto is one of the marvels of Web 2.0. It is a wonderful initiative and a true
benefit to teachers and students.” --Discovery Education
Animoto provides an array of tools for creating videos in your classroom. It makes
it easy for you to share videos with your students, parents and staff. You can also
use the videos to enhance your CMS wiki page.
Title: Nice Trick! - I Didn't Know I Could Do That!Location: G308Presenter: Jessie Aranda (Polo Ridge Elementary)Description: In this session common computer programs will be used in ways not normally expected. Some of these "out of the box" ideas can be times savers or solve a problem in a pinch. Some of the software covered include: PowerPoint, Audacity, Photo Story and more. Examples of software that can run from a flash drive (no installation) for added convenience and portability will also be presented.