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Wednesday, March 17
 

8:30am EDT

Keynote: Dr. MonicaBurns, ClassTech Tips Creator
When I started my career in education as a classroom teacher in New York City, writing an “About Me” page for a website would not have been on my to-do list. My teaching career began in a classroom with chalk, textbooks, and looked pretty much the same as when I was a fifth grader. But within a few years, we traded overhead projectors for iPads… and that’s a big part of the reason there is a website here for you to find today.
I credit the start of my journey with a phone call… from an organization who wanted a teacher (me) to tell just a couple more teachers about ways to use technology with students.
Well, I showed up to an event that wasn’t “just a few teachers,” but a few hundred educators looking for help as they navigated the fast-changing world of education technology. So I jumped on stage in front of a packed house and starting sharing the ways my students and I used technology in our classroom.
When the teachers who showed up that night started asking for the name of my blog, my Twitter handle, a link to my presentation… I didn’t have an answer.
I hadn’t thought that my knowledge or experience was worth sharing, that it could help someone else, or that just maybe… my tips, strategies, and EdTech favorites would be useful to a larger audience.
That was 2012, fast forward to today… I’ve had the chance to work with educators on three continents, speak at events like ISTE, SXSWedu, and EdTechXEurope, and reach thousands of readers through my books, my website ClassTechTips.com, my podcast, and my social media accounts. It’s been an exciting ride for sure, and I’m so lucky to spend most of my time with teachers and kids in classrooms, connecting with educators at conferences, and writing about EdTech

Wednesday March 17, 2021 8:30am - 9:30am EDT

9:45am EDT

SEL Check In, Collaboration, and Assessment All in One Using Nearpod
Using Nearpod to interactively present ELA content in an engaging way with collaborative and independent activities built into the lesson with checks for understanding. At the end an engaging interactive activity to assess student learning.

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Wednesday March 17, 2021 9:45am - 10:30am EDT
S1-2

9:45am EDT

Student Voice and Choice - empowering students to choose how they learn and how they demonstrate their learning.
In this session we will explore how to give students a choice in how they learn as well as options for demonstrating what they have learned. Tips, lesson ideas, apps and more will be discussed. These techniques can be used in class or in remote learning.

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Wednesday March 17, 2021 9:45am - 10:30am EDT
S1-1

9:45am EDT

Empowering Distance Learning and Family Engagement with Seesaw
During this informative session participants will learn and understand the features of the Seesaw Learning Journal, view real-life examples being used in schools/districts for distance learning, and hear from schools describing the impact of Seesaw in their learning environment.

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Wednesday March 17, 2021 9:45am - 10:30am EDT
S1-3

9:45am EDT

Students As Creators of Their Futures - During and Post COVID-19
It has become increasingly apparent that students will become creators of their futures and curators of new knowledge, to solve for our world’s greatest global challenges. What will this new mobile learning model look like for your classrooms post COVID19? What new teaching strategies will you now consistently utilize to maximize student engagement and motivation? Join Naomi Harm as she models effective teaching and learning strategies post COVID-19, supported with next generation career-focused resources, tools and instructional approaches.

Speakers
avatar for Naomi Harm

Naomi Harm

Women Leadership and K12 STEM Innovation Specialist, Innovative Educator Consulting
Naomi Harm is an instigator of STEM innovation, and an edtech women in leadership thought leader and influencer. She welcomes every opportunity to share her expertise of brain-based instructional approaches, supported with technology literacy best practices with k12 students and educational... Read More →


Wednesday March 17, 2021 9:45am - 10:30am EDT
S1-6

9:45am EDT

Encaustics for students
Learn to create encaustics with your students. This is an easy, safe lesson to do with grades 1 and above.

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Wednesday March 17, 2021 9:45am - 10:30am EDT
S1-5

9:45am EDT

Interactive Apps and Websites for Chromebooks
Share the best apps for students to interact with the material by recording a video or leaving an audio comment. How teachers can use their PDF documents digitally and students can record their answer in writing, audio, or video.


Wednesday March 17, 2021 9:45am - 10:30am EDT
S1-4

9:45am EDT

Building Relationships with Students in an Online Environment
Research tells us that building relationships with our students is important and that strong student-teacher relationships positively affect school engagement and achievement. This relationship building is especially important in an online environment and during these emotionally taxing times. In this session we will explore formal and informal means for engaging with students as well as families in the virtual classroom. We will focus on best practices for developing strong student-teacher relationships and a community of learners who will support one another.

Speakers
avatar for Laurie Yager

Laurie Yager

Technology Integration Specialist/Model Schools Coordinator, MORIC
STEM, Robotics, MakerEd, MakerSpaces


Wednesday March 17, 2021 9:45am - 10:30am EDT
S1-10

9:45am EDT

Classcraft: Empowering and Engaging through Gamification
In Classcraft students use avatars to watch themselves grow, earn privileges and collaborate with classmates to achieve. Learn how you can become a “Gamemaster”, and engage students behaviorally, emotionally, and cognitively by using this game-based behavior management system. Empower students by letting them gain experience points, merging achievements and assignments, building exciting formative assessment and more. See how adding the unpredictable, can get students to love your class - in-person or virtually.

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Wednesday March 17, 2021 9:45am - 10:30am EDT
S1-9

9:45am EDT

Responding to the Pandemic: Empowering School Personnel with the Skills to Meet the Challenges of COVID Re-entry and Beyond
This presentation aims to provide participants with an overview of virtual role-play simulations as an evidence-based approach for empowering educators with the skills and confidence to connect with and support students who are struggling with emotional or psychological distress during re-entry and beyond.


Wednesday March 17, 2021 9:45am - 10:30am EDT
S1-8

9:45am EDT

Understanding Google Classroom from each Perspective
This presentation is focused on Google Classroom and how information is presented to each of the stakeholders: teacher, student, and parent. We will take a look at each view to better understand the perspectives of this system.

Speakers
CW

Catherine Weigel

Teacher, Milford Central School


Wednesday March 17, 2021 9:45am - 10:30am EDT
S1-7

9:45am EDT

“A Game Changer”- ClassLink, Remote Learning, Single Sign-On, Automated Rostering, and Directory Creation!
COVID-19 pandemic is a game-changer for access and remote learning! Having one portal for students, staff, and teachers has been a game-changer for our districts and schools. We will discuss the Classlink impact on k12 remote learning and how district(s) use the analytics to make crucial decisions. We will also review automated rostering and directory account creation!

Speakers
avatar for Dana Castine

Dana Castine

Director of Math, Science & Technology, Florida Union Free School District
Wife, Mom of 3 awesome kids, Teacher, Life-Long Learner, Responsible for everything Tech from Infrastructure-Instruction-Innovation, Director of Math, Science & Technology at the Florida Union Free School District. National Thought Leader with Future Ready Schools. Hobbies include... Read More →
RC

Robert Chappell

VP, Classlink


Wednesday March 17, 2021 9:45am - 10:30am EDT

9:45am EDT

Mastering Digital Learning with Learning Paths and Digital Badging
When schools move between live and virtual sessions, engaging students and creating a meaningful learning experience is key to student success. Learn how Mineola school district prepared and met the challenge of today's uncertain landscape by creating a seamless transition for students.

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Wednesday March 17, 2021 9:45am - 11:30am EDT
S12-1

9:45am EDT

Fun creative tools for your online classroom!
Learn about fun creative tools to use in your online classroom.

Speakers
JI

Julia Iannello

School Library System Coordinator, ONC BOCES
SL

Sarah Livingston

Digital Library Resource Specialist, School Library Systems, ONC BOCES


Wednesday March 17, 2021 9:45am - 11:30am EDT
S12-2

9:45am EDT

Practices for Integrating SEL in the Classroom
This one and a half hour virtual session will focus on integrating social emotional practices into your classroom. Participants will learn about CASEL's 3 Signature Practices, a practical tool for promoting SEL and fostering a positive learning environment.

Speakers
avatar for Jessica Sobers

Jessica Sobers

Administrator, ONC BOCES
I am a staff development specialist working for ONC BOCES. I support teachers, paraprofessionals, and administrators in their work. I have a particular passion for Social Emotional Learning and all things history related.


Wednesday March 17, 2021 9:45am - 11:30am EDT
S12-5

9:45am EDT

Screenagers Next Chapter: Uncovering Skills for Stress Resilience
High Stress, Anxiety and Depression are experienced by millions of young people. We follow physician and filmmaker, Delaney Ruston, as she discovers solutions for improved adolescent well-being in the digital age.

Speakers
avatar for Bonnie Nobling

Bonnie Nobling

Director, IT Services, Oneonta City School District


Wednesday March 17, 2021 9:45am - 11:30am EDT
S12-4

9:45am EDT

Teaching in the Age of Chronic Stress
Poverty, racial divide, epidemic fallout, emotional instability, mental disability, political divide: our children are living in an age of chronic stress. If each educator is not aware of the ramifications and taking action to help students cope on a regular basis, lesson by lesson, we are simply ofering instruction because affected student are not in a state of learning. Learn the trifecta and be an effective instructor.

Speakers
SJ

Suzanne Johnson

Oneonta City Schools


Wednesday March 17, 2021 9:45am - 11:30am EDT
S12-3

10:45am EDT

Encouraging Student Engagement using Digital Tools
This session will help you to develop an engaging online classroom by providing resources and strategies that will foster student interaction with you, the other students, and the content. Google Apps such as Slides and Jamboards will be the focus, with Bitmoji Classrooms, Edpuzzle, and BrainPOP discussed as time allows.

Speakers
MA

Melissa Asztalos

Teacher, Fayetteville-Manlius CSD


Wednesday March 17, 2021 10:45am - 11:30am EDT
S2-1

10:45am EDT

Introduction to POGILS for content teachers
POGILs are Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning activities that require students to work in groups with assigned roles as they are guided through deeper understanding of content material. They are used most effectively within science and math topics that rely heavily on diagrams.

Speakers
avatar for Kimberly Burkhart

Kimberly Burkhart

Teacher and NYS Master Teacher, Milford Central School


Wednesday March 17, 2021 10:45am - 11:30am EDT
S2-2

10:45am EDT

Fun AND Functional: Virtual Course Design in Schoology
This session will teach you how to upgrade your Schoology courses from a simple list of folders or links to an engaging, interactive visual platform to make distance learning easier and more engaging for students, parents, and yourself!

Speakers
avatar for Amy Lamb

Amy Lamb

Teacher, Oneonta City School District


Wednesday March 17, 2021 10:45am - 11:30am EDT
S2-3

10:45am EDT

Teach How They Learn: Flipped Classroom
In this session, we will take a deep dive into Flipped Classroom, which is a blended learning model. We will look into how technology can aid this process as well as specific examples where flipping your classroom can drastically improve student engagement and achievement.

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Wednesday March 17, 2021 10:45am - 11:30am EDT
S2-4

10:45am EDT

Collaborating Through Remote Learning
Teachers will learn how to implement different technological platforms to promote cooperative learning opportunities.

Speakers
NP

Nicole Pecora

Staff Developer for Technology, Freeport UFSD


Wednesday March 17, 2021 10:45am - 11:30am EDT
S2-5

10:45am EDT

The Distance Learning Handbook: Tips and tricks
Fisher, Frey and Hattie have published their new book, "The Distance Learning Playbook", which integrates their research on best practices with distance learning. Come spend time focused on their recommended practices for teaching in a digital environment.

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Wednesday March 17, 2021 10:45am - 11:30am EDT
S2-7

10:45am EDT

Time to Organize your Google Drive and other Tricks and Tips for G Suite!
Learn how to organize your Google Drive, and have time with the Instructor to start organizing! Other basic G Suite Tips and Tricks will be offered.

Speakers
avatar for Lorre Gregory

Lorre Gregory

Director of Technology and Innovation, Milford Central School District


Wednesday March 17, 2021 10:45am - 11:30am EDT
S2-6

10:45am EDT

The Long Game
A career in education is neither a sprint nor a marathon. There is no finish line when it comes to advancing the educational system. Implementing lasting improvements requires a deep commitment that must equally endure. Self care is critical to thriving while contributing to the long game.

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Wednesday March 17, 2021 10:45am - 11:30am EDT
S2-10

10:45am EDT

Toolkit for Family Communication: How to Talk to Families to promote learning in the (virtual) classroom
Family Resource Network will share methods on how teachers can help to bridge the gap and address the inequity that occurs when not teaching face to face. What tools do teachers need? What tools can they share with families? Learn how family driven care and the constructs of communication translate to successful outcomes for your students.


Wednesday March 17, 2021 10:45am - 11:30am EDT
S2-9

10:45am EDT

Understanding Youth Voice and Choice
Family Resource Network Youth Peers will host a panel discussion with students to brainstorm how to enhance communication with school staff to better meet the needs of each student. The panelists will be presented with questions and asked for feedback and opinions on their level of inclusion, and if they feel they are able to effectively participate in their education.



Wednesday March 17, 2021 10:45am - 11:30am EDT
S2-8

12:45pm EDT

Flipgrid/Bookcreator Now What?
In this presentation viewers are given a brief intro to Flipgrid and Bookcreator. They will also see real in class applications used with the applications.

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Wednesday March 17, 2021 12:45pm - 1:30pm EDT
S3-1

12:45pm EDT

Gaining the confidence in learning
The focus of the session is to provide strategies to help students and families gain confidence in distant learning. Participants will gain tools for connectOmg with students to keep them engaged. Through scenarios participants will receive a deepen understanding of how to help parent overcome the barriers that they have with distant learning.

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Wednesday March 17, 2021 12:45pm - 1:30pm EDT
S3-2

12:45pm EDT

Micro Credentials- Preparing students for post graduation through job skills and career exploration
Thousands of dollars in debt for a degree not used?.... Career exploration and micro credentialing can help students make better decisions for their future. LRNG is the answer

Speakers
avatar for elizabeth Rickard

elizabeth Rickard

Non-Teaching Professional, CORE (Career Opportunities in Rural Education)
My passion is preparing students for the workforce. K-12 is the first stop in workforce Development. As educators, we need to do more to expose students to careers and show them how the content they learn in the classroom is used everyday in the workforce . Sometimes teachers need... Read More →


Wednesday March 17, 2021 12:45pm - 1:30pm EDT
S3-8

12:45pm EDT

Get creative during remote teaching with Google Slides!
Google Slides can transform online teaching and learning using a range of choice boards, presentation templates, and embedded videos and activities to spice up your teaching and student's learning experiences.

Speakers
avatar for Amy Carr

Amy Carr

Model Schools, Dutchess BOCES
I am a Model Schools administrator in Dutchess BOCES and provide county-wide professional development offerings in all things EdTech!


Wednesday March 17, 2021 12:45pm - 1:30pm EDT
S3-3

12:45pm EDT

Student Voices: Memorializing Life During a Pandemic
This PBL project was inspired by Laureen Adams Navigating Uncertain Times with Love: 9 Projects for the Whole Family a PBL Works Blog. Second and fourth grade students were proposed with the following question: How can we share what we learn in this time with those that come after us? In this project students recorded daily learnings, observations, wonders, and advice. They identified major themes and noted the differences in perspectives after interviewing various community members. Students compiled their learning virtually to share with a future generation. Second grade and fourth grade students interacted with various content lessons including, Math, Science, ELA and Social Studies. Students also learned about 3D printing face shields for essential workers.The students created a primary source Pandemic Journal. The students kept a written/digital record of what it’s like to live in this UNIQUE moment in time when we are all away from school and learning from home.


Wednesday March 17, 2021 12:45pm - 1:30pm EDT
S3-4

12:45pm EDT

Building Epic Playlists (Hyperdocs & Choice Boards) Peloton Style
Call it a Playlist, Hyperdoc or Choice Board - they are similar in their objective: to allow teachers to organize a unit or lesson in a clear fashion, front load student work so students can work at their own pace and even choose their own learning adventure. Learn how to build awesome playlists that support diverse student learners for in-person and remote learning.

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Wednesday March 17, 2021 12:45pm - 1:30pm EDT
S3-7

12:45pm EDT

Redesign your lesson to help with hybrid, remote, and in-person instruction.
This presentation will integrate the research-based 5E Instructional Model into your already developed lesson; so, that it can be taught virtually or in person. Due to the uncertainty in the state of education during COVID-19, ideas and strategies will be shown to help support the continuation of education for our students.

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Wednesday March 17, 2021 12:45pm - 1:30pm EDT
S3-5

12:45pm EDT

Using Technology to Help Support 3D Teaching and Learning
During this workshop we will explore how technology can help support the move from 1D to 3D learning, even in a hybrid learning environment. As a group we will explore what exactly 3D learning is and how it is reflected in the NGSS. We will dive into how technology can be used to support this type of learning both inside and outside the classroom.

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Wednesday March 17, 2021 12:45pm - 1:30pm EDT
S3-6

12:45pm EDT

Building a stronger community of learners through student storytelling coding activities.
Storytelling has been part of our DNA since the beginning of time. We use stories to express great love, to great distress, to every emotion in between. Storytelling not only offers a powerful space to reclaim ourselves and better understand ourselves, but also gives us the opportunity to share our experiences and connect with our community. With digital publishing we can enable student voice and choice to create stories in new forms and easily distribute their stories during times of remote learning. By reading (or listening or playing) through each other’s stories and discussing each other’s stories, students can be more in touch with each other and build a stronger sense of community even when they are apart.

Speakers
avatar for Naomi Harm

Naomi Harm

Women Leadership and K12 STEM Innovation Specialist, Innovative Educator Consulting
Naomi Harm is an instigator of STEM innovation, and an edtech women in leadership thought leader and influencer. She welcomes every opportunity to share her expertise of brain-based instructional approaches, supported with technology literacy best practices with k12 students and educational... Read More →


Wednesday March 17, 2021 12:45pm - 1:30pm EDT
S3-10

12:45pm EDT

The Power of “Mindsets” in the Classroom
This session will talk about student engagement, motivation, and resilience through the lens of mindsets. An understanding of the relationship among these concepts will allow you to design and implement strategies that help to create a positive classroom climate.

Speakers
MA

Melissa Asztalos

Teacher, Fayetteville-Manlius CSD


Wednesday March 17, 2021 12:45pm - 1:30pm EDT
S3-9

12:45pm EDT

IT (Information Technology) Round Table
IT professionals working in School Districts have unique challenges. Spend time with your peers sharing what works and what doesn't in your IT world.

Speakers
avatar for Lorre Gregory

Lorre Gregory

Director of Technology and Innovation, Milford Central School District


Wednesday March 17, 2021 12:45pm - 1:30pm EDT
S3-11

12:45pm EDT

Being The Change - Diversity, Allyship, and Anti-Racism
Renata and Faith lead a dialogue on ways we can work as organizations and individuals to create more inclusion and break down systemic racism that creates barriers to that inclusion. This session will include a brief overview of microaggressions, privilege, and the issues at play in the current climate.

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Wednesday March 17, 2021 12:45pm - 2:30pm EDT
S34-1

12:45pm EDT

Practices for Integrating SEL in the Classroom
This one and a half hour virtual session will focus on integrating social emotional practices into your classroom. Participants will learn about CASEL's 3 Signature Practices, a practical tool for promoting SEL and fostering a positive learning environment.

Speakers
avatar for Jessica Sobers

Jessica Sobers

Administrator, ONC BOCES
I am a staff development specialist working for ONC BOCES. I support teachers, paraprofessionals, and administrators in their work. I have a particular passion for Social Emotional Learning and all things history related.


Wednesday March 17, 2021 12:45pm - 2:30pm EDT
S34-4

12:45pm EDT

Screenagers Next Chapter: Uncovering Skills for Stress Resilience
High Stress, Anxiety and Depression are experienced by millions of young people. We follow physician and filmmaker, Delaney Ruston, as she discovers solutions for improved adolescent well-being in the digital age.

Speakers
avatar for Bonnie Nobling

Bonnie Nobling

Director, IT Services, Oneonta City School District


Wednesday March 17, 2021 12:45pm - 2:30pm EDT
S34-3

12:45pm EDT

Teaching in the Age of Chronic Stress
Poverty, racial divide, epidemic fallout, emotional instability, mental disability, political divide: our children are living in an age of chronic stress. If each educator is not aware of the ramifications and taking action to help students cope on a regular basis, lesson by lesson, we are simply ofering instruction because affected student are not in a state of learning. Learn the trifecta and be an effective instructor.

Speakers
SJ

Suzanne Johnson

Oneonta City Schools


Wednesday March 17, 2021 12:45pm - 2:30pm EDT
S34-2

1:45pm EDT

Creating FUN in an Online Environment
Whether your classroom is in your school or online, it can still be fun! This session will showcase some fun activities that your students can complete to keep them engaged in the learning process. Many of these activities will get your students exploring and problem-solving both on and offline.

Speakers
avatar for Laurie Guyon

Laurie Guyon

Coordinator for Model Schools, WSWHE BOCES
Laurie Guyon is the Coordinator for Model Schools at WSWHE BOCES in Saratoga Springs, New York.  She is a Common Sense Ambassador, Google Cloud Certified, a Google Certified Educator and Trainer, Buncee Ambassador and Educator, Seesaw Ambassador and Pioneer, Nearpod PioNear, Flipgrid... Read More →


Wednesday March 17, 2021 1:45pm - 2:30pm EDT
S4-1

1:45pm EDT

La table ronde: Curating Your Own Authentic Resources for the World Language Classroom
Do you spend too much time looking for appropriate authentic resources to use in your lessons? Let's get together and share how we find our #authres so we can teach smarter. This session will begin with a round-table discussion. Then participants will break into groups by language to seek out the latest greatest materials.

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Wednesday March 17, 2021 1:45pm - 2:30pm EDT
S4-2

1:45pm EDT

PE in a Pandemic: A discussion on strategies for success
The SKCS PE team will lead a discussion on teaching Physical Education in different settings (in-person, hybrid, remote) and online resources that we've found useful. Come join us to hear about our experiences, and share your own!


Wednesday March 17, 2021 1:45pm - 2:30pm EDT
S4-3

1:45pm EDT

Learning How to Apply the Communnucation Bill of Rights With Accessible Technology During Distance Learning
Learn how to use and make technology accessible to ensure students' rights are met through the Communication Bill of Rights developed by the National Joint Committee for the Communication Needs of Persons With Severe Disabilities. Learn about apps, programs and materials that help students communicate effectively during remote learning.

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Wednesday March 17, 2021 1:45pm - 2:30pm EDT
S4-4

1:45pm EDT

Serving ELLs
Basics of ELLs, language acquisition, and take away activities teachers can easily implement in their classes

Speakers
KL

Katie Lossi

TRIBE YOGA


Wednesday March 17, 2021 1:45pm - 2:30pm EDT
S4-8

1:45pm EDT

101+ Epic QR Code Tips, Tricks and Hacks for Teaching and Learning
Participants will experience a variety of ways that QR codes can be used to gamify lessons, empower students, engage families, celebrate learning. They will be able to design ways to incorporate these ideas in their classrooms, and brainstorm new ways to use QR codes to support their curriculum.


Speakers
avatar for Kristine Holzweiss

Kristine Holzweiss

Educational Technology Enrichment Specialist, Syosset High School
Kristina A. Holzweiss was selected as the School Librarian of the Year in 2015 by School Library Journal and Scholastic.  She  has authored and co-authored two series of makerspace books for Scholastic.  She is the President of Long Island LEADS (http://www.longislandleads.org... Read More →


Wednesday March 17, 2021 1:45pm - 2:30pm EDT
S4-7

1:45pm EDT

21st Century Home Communication
Watch and learn the art of bringing what you do in the daily classroom to life through the use of video newsletters.


Wednesday March 17, 2021 1:45pm - 2:30pm EDT
S4-5

1:45pm EDT

Shibori for Students
Shibori is a form of dying a product (fabric, paper, etc.). We will examine the process of creating shibori products.

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Wednesday March 17, 2021 1:45pm - 2:30pm EDT
S4-6

1:45pm EDT

Creating a School Community using Restorative Circles
Restorative circles are a valuable practice used by educators to help students handle and process their emotions, opinions, and reactions to events both personally and globally. Equally important, circles help educators proactively building the relationships and skills students need to support one another and cooperatively face challenges.

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Wednesday March 17, 2021 1:45pm - 2:30pm EDT
S4-9

1:45pm EDT

PBIS, Positivity Project and Restorative Justice as a Social-Emotional Framework
JCS seeks to provide students and staff with the strategies and resources to teach desired behaviors, empower students to build positive relationships, resolve conflict in constructive ways, and address challenging student behavior through systems change. Learn how synthesizing these three programs is bringing meaningful growth to our school community.


Wednesday March 17, 2021 1:45pm - 2:30pm EDT
S4-10

1:45pm EDT

Do Your Part. #BeCyberSmart.
October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month! Participants in this session will learn how we can empower individuals and organizations to own their role in protecting their part of cyberspace by implementing stronger security practices, raising community awareness and educating vulnerable audience and training employees. If you connect it, protect it!

Speakers
avatar for Andrea Tejedor

Andrea Tejedor

Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum, Instruction & Technology, Highland Falls-Ft Montgomery CSD
Contact me at: tejedor.andrea@gmail.com Twitter - @astrategicshift.


Wednesday March 17, 2021 1:45pm - 2:30pm EDT
S4-11