Concurrent Sessions

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Concurrent Sessions


History Heard: Students Using Video Technology to Preserve History

Cindy Addison

You Get What You Pay For? A Teacher's Guide to Open Source and Freeware

Luke Allen

Five Strategies for Maintaining Academic Integrity in an Online Environment

Angela Anastacio

Developing a Digital Content Warehouse

Rob Anderson

The Case for Personalized eLearning in K-12 Education

Judson Aungst

mPortfolio Development with Mobile Devices (iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad)

Helen Barrett

How to Find Free/Inexpensive Copyright Cleared Materials

Gary Becker

FACTS.org Resources: This Isn't Your Father's Transcript Anymore!

Melissa Benson

Innovative Writing Activities for 21st Century Learners

Nancye Blair

K-12 Online and Blended Learning: Stories of Exemplary Practice

Cathy Cavanaugh

Presentation Design: Before and After

Marie Coleman

21st Century Skills ... Why That's Old School for Us

Brian Collins

Techy Tools for a 21st Century Teacher

Cheryl Conley

Bridging the Gap Between Textbooks/Technology With Mobile Technology

Janet Copenhaver

A Practical Look at High Density Wi-Fi Challenges

Perry Correll

Students as Creators: KC3 Program Connects Globally

Monica Cougan

Evernote and Dropbox as Effective Personal and Classroom Management

Randy Damewood

The Shift to Tablet Technology: Examples of Student-Centered Projects

Vince Delisi

We Are Having Fun Now! Using Games to Engage in the Classroom

Matthew DeNote

The Broward Virtual School: Four Keys to Success

Tom DiGiovanni

iOS Efficiency: Real-World Professional Productivity With Your iOS Device

Seth Dimbert

General Social Network Tools vs. Collaborative Web 2.0 EDU Platforms

Tim DiScipio

Do Everything Online: Applications for Creativity in the Classroom

Maurice Draggon

Managing Your School Network During IT Budget Cut-Backs

Mike Durando

Putting Community Virtual Learning Centers in Action

Julie Durrance

Personalized Teaching at Scale Requires a Greater Return on Assessment

Ellen Edmonds

Minnetonka's 1:1 iPad Pilot with 360 Grade 9 Students

Dave Eisenmann

Unbelievable Tech Projects With Elementary Students

Brad Flickinger

Individualized Learning and the Future of Technology in the Classroom

Bethlam Forsa

Collaborative Video Conferencing Projects

Michael Fort

The Whole-Brain Approach to Mathematics Learning

Danny Franklin

Enhancing the Tech Learning Experience for All Students

Tony Franklin

Making Math Soar: New Mobile and Online Tools to Boost Math Achievement

Jeramy Gatza

Integrating Technology into the Science Classroom

Candace Gautney

Integrating Social Studies and Reading for the 21st Century

Macy Geiger

Technology for 21st Century Skills in the Special Education Classroom

Anthony Gerke

Using Technology to Build Independence for Students with Disabilities

Anthony Gerke

Digital Design: Building Your Own Virtual School

Robin Gonzales

Engaging Your Learning Community with Technology

Ellen Gordon

MVTV-Inspired Students Who Are Highly Motivated, Engaged Learners

Colin Gover

101 Free Tech Tools for Teachers

Lisa Greathouse

Untangling the Web

James Gubbins

#Winning with Twitter

James Gubbins

Don't Second Guess Your Second Language Learners With Online Support

Christine Harris

FCAT Data Visualization with Tableau

Byron Havard

Infuse Digital Storytelling Tools into your Curriculum with Kerpoof

Devren Hobbs

Is Your District Still Doing Face-to-Face PD Only? …

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