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Tuesday, November 5
 

10:10am

We Want To Help You Be AWESOME: Link Classkick To Google Classroom
Have you ever wished you had more than one copy of a book or article for your readers? Have you ever wished for a paperless classroom? Have you ever wished you could give your students immediate feedback? Come see how we can work together with Classkick to create a fun and engaging place for students to work independently or collaboratively, while being able to provide both peer-to-peer feedback and teacher feedback. We will teach you how to use Classkick as a formative assessment tool, and we how Classkick can be easily linked to Google Classroom. Be ready to walk away and ready to use it tomorrow! Our students love it and so will yours!

Speakers

Tuesday November 5, 2019 10:10am - 11:00am
B202 Max 35

10:10am

Getting Started with Google Classroom
In this session, teachers will learn how to setup and use Google Classroom-including how to use Google Classroom as a tool for formative assessment, create multiple assignments for multiple sections, and how to add co-teachers. This session is applicable for all levels, as the presenters are an elementary teacher and middle school teacher. This session will also include information on the recent updates to Google Classroom.

Speakers

Tuesday November 5, 2019 10:10am - 11:00am
B213 Tables - Max 35

10:10am

Announcing Announcements
Create simple but effective announcements - daily, weekly, or monthly - that can be created and directed all by students! You will learn how to use YouTube to reach a larger audience. These audiences can be as simple as a classroom, a school environment, or the community as a whole. See the different materials you may need and choose your own creative options!

Speakers

Tuesday November 5, 2019 10:10am - 11:00am
A217 Max 35

10:10am

Around the World with Tour Builder
This session will introduce you to Tour Builder; a way to show people the places you've visited either in person or virtually and share your story using Google Earth. Tour Builder lets you pick locations on a map, add in photos, text, and video, and then share your creation with others. In addition, this session will highlight some cross curricular applications for Tour Builder in science, history, and language arts that will excite your students.


Tuesday November 5, 2019 10:10am - 11:00am
A130 Computer Lab - Max 35

10:10am

Experiment with Music
Let’s jam! Join me to play a duet along with artificial intelligence, witness visual representations of sound and music, and practice conducting an orchestra. You will leave this session with concrete lesson ideas for using Google's hidden tools for music experimentation to create a digital audio projects. Note: A tablet/laptop and headphones or earbuds will help you get the most out of this session.

Speakers
avatar for Julie Darling

Julie Darling

Media Specialist/Founder, Dexter Community Schools/Growing Makerspace



Tuesday November 5, 2019 10:10am - 11:00am
B205 Max 35

10:10am

How Flippity Changed My Life: Based on a True Story
Google Sheets is one of the most underutilized tools in the G-Suite for Education package, but when combined with Flippity, it can create amazing possibilities for teachers and students alike! Create flashcards, draw student’s names, make groups, set up game shows, and much, much more. Come learn how easily you can integrate this tool into the classroom and create your first Flippity activity during the session. Time to give those typical activities a Flippity makeover!

Speakers
avatar for Lissa Brunan

Lissa Brunan

Owner, CEO, Engaging TECHniques
Technology-obsessed lifelong learner who loves to share her knowledge of the newest ways to engage students and inspire learning in the classroom.  


Tuesday November 5, 2019 10:10am - 11:00am
B206/208 Tables - Max 60

10:10am

There are No Mistakes...Just ‘Appy Accidents with Image Creation Tools
I will be the first to admit that I am not an artist. That does not mean that I can’t create great images. Explore some easy ways to create awesome images with some easy to use web tools. All you need is a device (Chromebook, PC, Mac), an internet connection, and a desire to create!

Speakers
avatar for Jeremy Badiner

Jeremy Badiner

Instructional Technology Coach, Gull Lake Community Schools
Jeremy Badiner was a classroom teacher (grades 3-5) before becoming an Instructional Technology Coach for Gull Lake Community Schools. He is a Google for Education Certified Innovator & Trainer, Apple Education Trainer & Teacher, DEN Star & LC, Common Sense Media Ambassador, ClassDojo... Read More →


Tuesday November 5, 2019 10:10am - 11:00am
B132 Tables - Max 32

10:10am

Getting Started with Sound Trap
Sound Trap is a web-based tool for creating and editing audio projects. In this session, you'll set up your Sound Trap account and record and edit your first project! If you are interested in adding audio projects into your classroom, this session will help you get started!

Speakers

Tuesday November 5, 2019 10:10am - 11:00am
B128 Max 35

10:10am

Formative Assessment and Feedback "Auto-Magically" using Rubrics
Transform your paper rubrics to harness the power of Google Classroom, Forms and Sheets to give feedback to your Students "auto-magically"! We’ll explore how you can create a rubric from a Google Form, use Sheets add-ons to automatically share your Rubric results, and introduce you to the NEW rubric feature for Google Classroom.

Speakers
avatar for JUSTIN FOX

JUSTIN FOX

CTE Math Instructor, Mecosta-Osceola Career Center
I make stuff work at the Mecosta-Osceola Career Center. Whether small projects, instructor requests, student needs, I'm there to help make it happen. I teach Math in the CTE classroom, dabble in Ed Tech for our building, as well as Instructional Coaching. I'm also the Math/Science... Read More →


Tuesday November 5, 2019 10:10am - 11:00am
A213 Max 35

10:10am

Google Classroom for Staff Communication
Do you need a place to effectively and efficiently communicate with existing staff and on-board new staff? Use Google Classroom to manage deadlines, deliverables, files/forms and communications. Enter directions, due dates and needed files, forms or links in one place and have them automatically load into Google Calendar, send an email notification and collect submitted files. Manage files for Protocols/Policies and forms for easy access by staff.

Speakers
avatar for Jennifer Gwilt

Jennifer Gwilt

Pontiac School District


Tuesday November 5, 2019 10:10am - 11:00am
A135 Max 30 - Desk Chairs

10:10am

Michigan eLibrary & Google Tools? A Perfectly Synchronous Marriage!
With 84 individual databases, the Michigan eLibrary holds free access to content that supports the state curriculum, Essential Instructional Practices in Literacy, MITECS, Career & College Readiness, and English Language Learners. But did you know that all of this content syncs with Google Drive & Google Classroom? In fact, we have the coolest Chrome Extension that you don't know about! In this session we will learn how to capitalize on the seamless transitions from the MeL content into your Google Learning Environment.

Tuesday November 5, 2019 10:10am - 11:00am

10:10am

Flipping with EdPuzzle
Learn how to utilize EdPuzzle, Screencastify, and Google Classroom to flip your instruction! Students watch videos at home and work with you on more in depth discussion and collaboration with classmates during school hours.

Speakers

Tuesday November 5, 2019 10:10am - 11:00am
A208/210 Max 60

10:10am

Google Grading Hacks for Better Feedback
Ready to ditch your paper rubrics? Looking for a more efficient, less time-consuming option? In this session, you’ll learn how to use Google apps, add-ons and extensions to streamline your grading process and provide students with timely, valuable feedback. Familiarity with Google Classroom, Docs and Forms is beneficial.

Speakers
avatar for Shana Ramin

Shana Ramin

Teacher


Tuesday November 5, 2019 10:10am - 11:00am
B207 Tables - Max 32

10:10am

Hacking Google Slides
We have all been through a student presentation where they stumble through words, face the board, and do nothing but read. By hacking Google Slides, you can unleash all sorts of creative forms of assessment for your students to master and prove their knowledge. Come learn how to build interactive diagrams, infographics, "web apps" and complete some stop motion animation!

Speakers
avatar for Daniel Mares

Daniel Mares

Instructional Technology Specialist, Coloma Community Schools
I have been an EdTech Coach formally for three years, but have been helping support other teachers using technology in their classrooms since I entered the education profession over 9 years ago. Prior to coaching, I was a Social Studies, Math, and Engineering teacher in public schools... Read More →



Tuesday November 5, 2019 10:10am - 11:00am
B210 Tables - Max 35

10:10am

Increasing Collaboration and Accountability with Google for Education
Use tools such as Google Docs, Slides, Forms and Add-ons like Doctopus in Google Classroom to increase student collaboration and independence while maintaining accountability in the classroom. In this session, you will learn how to assess student understanding and engagement with activities such as incorporating self-paced videos with questions for comprehension, prompting student opinion, accountability, and understanding through meaningful class discussions, and assessing written responses to primary sources with time efficiency and ease!


Tuesday November 5, 2019 10:10am - 11:00am
B134 Tables - Max 32

10:10am

Michigan eLibrary & Google Tools? A Perfectly Synchronous Marriage!
With 84 individual databases, the Michigan eLibrary holds free access to content that supports the state curriculum, Essential Instructional Practices in Literacy, MITECS, Career & College Readiness, and English Language Learners. But did you know that all of this content syncs with Google Drive & Google Classroom? In fact, we have the coolest Chrome Extension that you don't know about! In this session we will learn how to capitalize on the seamless transitions from the MeL content into your Google Learning Environment.

Speakers
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Ann Kaskinen

MeL Engagement Specialist, K-12, Midwest Collaborative for Library Service/Library of Michigan


Tuesday November 5, 2019 10:10am - 11:00am
A215 Max 35

10:10am

Screencast Your Valuable Lessons!
Ever had one of those amazing lessons where everything came together and you wish you could share it again? Do you have a lesson or skill you really need your class to master, review or have available for absent students easily? How about screencasting those lessons! Using Google friendly apps, extensions, and tools, we’ll get you started so you can easily have a whole bank of your most prized lessons to pull out, use, and share for years to come!

Speakers
avatar for Maria Gonzalez

Maria Gonzalez

5/6 Science/ Tech Support, Holy Family School
Greetings! Still want my session info but can't make it to my session? No worries-- here's the link to my Slides and Stuff.https://bit.ly/2pxIt9o Enjoy-- and enjoy the conference!



Tuesday November 5, 2019 10:10am - 11:00am
A212 Max 35

10:10am

Take your class on a Google Expedition!
Calling all adventurers! In this session you will learn how to take your students on a trip without leaving the classroom. Browse from hundreds of pre-made trips, make your own, or have students lead one. With Google Expeditions the world is your oyster. We will go over how to make them, share them, access them, and why in the world you would need this in your classroom. VR accessories are not necessary, but they do enhance the experience.

Speakers
avatar for Lyndsay Johnson-LeMieux

Lyndsay Johnson-LeMieux

K-12 Technology Designer, Barton Malow Company
I am a former HS teacher and District Technology Director. I am currently a project manager and technology designer in the K-12 realm at Barton Malow Company and I'm certified to train in all things Google. I wish to see all the new technologies added to schools be used to its greatest... Read More →


Tuesday November 5, 2019 10:10am - 11:00am
B206/208 Tables - Max 60

11:10am

360 Degrees of Fun With Tour Creator
Join us on a 360° virtual adventure using Google Tour Creator. This free web-based program allows teachers and students to create their own virtual tours in a fun and engaging way. A variety of student examples will be shown that model integration of the new Michigan K-12 Computer Science Standards with your current curriculum. You will also have the opportunity to start your own virtual tour before leaving the session. This session is appropriate for those that work with students 2nd through 12th grade.

Speakers
avatar for Sara Mastie

Sara Mastie

Instructional Technologist, Clarkston Community Schools
Sara Mastie taught middle school and high school math and science for 13 years before moving to Instructional Technology. She has a Master’s in Curriculum and Development from Concordia University and loves bringing learning to life with technology.


Tuesday November 5, 2019 11:10am - 12:00pm
A217 Max 35

11:10am

3D printing on Chromebooks
See how one elementary school used Chromebook friendly 3D design and printing technologies to solve a design problem aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). You’ll learn also have time to “tinker” with TinkerCAD, a Chromebook-friendly 3D design tool. You might even be chosen to have your design printed after the session!

Speakers
avatar for Kevin Emmons

Kevin Emmons

Instructional Technologist, Clarkston Community Schools



Tuesday November 5, 2019 11:10am - 12:00pm
A130 Computer Lab - Max 35

11:10am

Unlock the Superpowers of Google Slides
With Great Power Comes Great Creativity!“ Explore all the Superpowers of Google Slides. I think of Slides as the Swiss Army Knife of G Suite, the most powerful Superhero! It can do almost anything (MS Publisher formatting, image creation, virtual manipulatives, flipbook animation, and MORE!). See what you are missing from Google’s most versatile tool! Unlock Slides Superpowers and get creating in ways you never thought possible!

Speakers
avatar for Jeremy Badiner

Jeremy Badiner

Instructional Technology Coach, Gull Lake Community Schools
Jeremy Badiner was a classroom teacher (grades 3-5) before becoming an Instructional Technology Coach for Gull Lake Community Schools. He is a Google for Education Certified Innovator & Trainer, Apple Education Trainer & Teacher, DEN Star & LC, Common Sense Media Ambassador, ClassDojo... Read More →


Tuesday November 5, 2019 11:10am - 12:00pm
B132 Tables - Max 32

11:10am

#StopMotionSlides
Want your students to create animations to show their understanding of content? Want them to have nearly unlimited creative freedom? Creating Stop Motion Animations in Google Slides is what you (and your students!) need! Come learn tips, tricks, hacks and keyboard shortcuts while creating one of your own!

Speakers
avatar for Jake Miller

Jake Miller

Technology Integration Specialist
Jake Miller is an edtech and learning enthusiast who hosts the Educational Duct Tape podcast, shares #EduGIFs at JakeMiller.net and works as a Technology Integration Specialist for an Ohio Middle School. Jake also coaches his school’s Robotics & Coding Clubs and helped develop the school’s digital fabrication Fab Lab. He has experience as an authorized Google Apps for Education Trainer. He previously ta... Read More →


Tuesday November 5, 2019 11:10am - 12:00pm
A208/210 Max 60

11:10am

View, Annotate and Collaborate on Documents with Kami
Kami is a terrific online tool that lets teachers and students collaborate on documents on a web browser. Perfect for Chromebook or any laptop / computer. Teachers and students can use Kami to open up documents on a web browser with a simple drag and drop. They can annotate documents by underlining, highlighting and adding notes to each page. It’s also a great way for students to interact with documents straight from their web browser. See all of the features including more than just annotation tools!

Speakers
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Maxine Kalnitz

East Coast Account Executive, Kami, Inc
I have been in the educational sales field for well over 30 years - with Kami for 2 years now. I LOVE everything about Kami - great product and I work with a very diverse, highly skilled team that understands we exist for our customers - you! I am a dog lover ( have 3 rescues... Read More →


Tuesday November 5, 2019 11:10am - 12:00pm
A130 Computer Lab - Max 35

11:10am

Make Your Life More Efficient with Google Keep
In this session, you will learn how to make your personal & professional life more efficient with Google Keep. Quickly capture what's on your mind. Learn how to add notes, lists, & photos to Keep. Pressed for time? Record a voice memo and Keep will transcribe it so you can find it later. Keep works on your phone, tablet, & computer. Everything you add syncs across all of your devices, so your thoughts are always with you. Share your Keep notes with others to collaborate. Set location-based, or time-based reminders so you never forget that grocery list, or lesson plan notes.

Speakers
avatar for Ryan Horne

Ryan Horne

Instructional Technology Coach, Howell Schools
I specialize in Google Suite trainings for all educators. I’d love to chat and find out how Google Suite can enhance student learning and make educators' lives more efficient.


Tuesday November 5, 2019 11:10am - 12:00pm
A212 Max 35

11:10am

Ñ! magazine - Publishing in the World Language Classroom
Ñ! magazine is an educational project of the Spanish 4 class in Huron High School. The magazine features student work on relevant aspects of hispanic art and culture. Students develop biliteracy skills curating and creating content for the magazine. During this session I will offer an insight on how to use Google Slides to develop publishing projects for the World Language classroom.

Speakers
avatar for Daniel Verdugo

Daniel Verdugo

Spanish Teacher, Ann Arbor Public Schools
I started teaching at Ann Arbor Public Schools in 2018. I am currently developing Ñ! magazine, an Open Educational Resource that develops biliteracy in students of Spanish as a second language.e-mag here: https://bit.ly/30Zc4q7


Tuesday November 5, 2019 11:10am - 12:00pm
B207 Tables - Max 32

11:10am

Make Your Life More Efficient with Google Keep
In this session, you will learn how to make your personal & professional life more efficient with Google Keep. Quickly capture what's on your mind. Learn how to add notes, lists, & photos to Keep. Pressed for time? Record a voice memo and Keep will transcribe it so you can find it later. Keep works on your phone, tablet, & computer. Everything you add syncs across all of your devices, so your thoughts are always with you. Share your Keep notes with others to collaborate. Set location-based, or time-based reminders so you never forget that grocery list, or lesson plan notes.

Speakers
avatar for Ryan Horne

Ryan Horne

Instructional Technology Coach, Howell Schools
I specialize in Google Suite trainings for all educators. I’d love to chat and find out how Google Suite can enhance student learning and make educators' lives more efficient.


Tuesday November 5, 2019 11:10am - 12:00pm
A212 Max 35

11:10am

Using Google Sites to Engage Your Audience
Improve your communication with staff, students, and parents by using Google Sites and Blogger. This session will compare the benefits and features of Google Sites and Blogger as a platform for communicating with your school community. Get ready to create; by the end of this session you will be ready to build your site and engage your audience!

Speakers
avatar for Scott Greiner

Scott Greiner

Middle School Dean, Windemere Park Charter Academy


Tuesday November 5, 2019 11:10am - 12:00pm
B202 Max 35

11:10am

Building with Google Sites
Google Sites is a user-friendly tool for sharing information and student work. Best of all, it’s easy to get started! Join me and learn how to build a site while exploring the use of Google Sites by teachers AND students. You’ll be blown away by what you can do with Google Sites!

Speakers
avatar for Daniel Mares

Daniel Mares

Instructional Technology Specialist, Coloma Community Schools
I have been an EdTech Coach formally for three years, but have been helping support other teachers using technology in their classrooms since I entered the education profession over 9 years ago. Prior to coaching, I was a Social Studies, Math, and Engineering teacher in public schools... Read More →



Tuesday November 5, 2019 11:10am - 12:00pm
B210 Tables - Max 35

11:10am

Can I Blend It?
What is the difference between technology integration and blended learning? Learn techniques to blend your classroom while increasing student motivation and engagement. Find out how a blended classroom can support differentiated instruction and provide you with more formative feedback without taking away from instructional time or making more work for you! You will see how one objective could be presented in multiple formats while using less paper. Tools for building a blended lesson or unit including a template for evaluating activities, resources to meet your instructional needs, and options for presenting a blended activity will be shared.


Tuesday November 5, 2019 11:10am - 12:00pm
B134 Tables - Max 32

11:10am

Choose Your Own Adventure: Differentiation Using Google!
Google Forms contains a powerful, but little-known, feature to allow for conditional answers based on which answer is chosen. In this session, participants will explore how to harness the power of conditionals to construct individualized formative assessments and engaging student-created activities. Bring your choice of a laptop or Chromebook and join us in learning how to streamline formative assessments and differentiation in the classroom! Participants will walk away with several templates ready to use with students.

Speakers
avatar for Andrew Haak

Andrew Haak

Teacher / 6-12 Staff Tech Integration Coach, Holton Public Schools
Andrew is a passionate advocate for effective technology use in education. He teaches Social Studies, Technology/Multimedia, and French at Holton Middle/High School. Andrew is also the district's 6-12 Staff Technology Integration Coach and coaches MS Track & Field.Andrew is Google... Read More →


Tuesday November 5, 2019 11:10am - 12:00pm
A213 Max 35

11:10am

Michigan Technology Competencies for Students
The Michigan Integrated Technology Competencies for Students (MITECS) is a comprehensive set of technology standards for K-12 classrooms which can be aligned to the G Suite for education platform. These tech skills are to be taught through ‘integration’ in all classrooms, not simply in an isolated technology course. The MITECS competencies run parallel with the 7 ISTE standards for students. Session participants will leave with an individualized plan of how to utilize Google tools for their grade level and content areas to meet MITECS.

Speakers
avatar for Stefani Boutelier

Stefani Boutelier

Associate Professor of Education, Aquinas College
Tour Builder and Literacy link: bit.ly/TBandLiteracy



Tuesday November 5, 2019 11:10am - 12:00pm
B205 Max 35

11:10am

Pear Deck! There Is Life After “Death by PowerPoint”
Breathe life back into your presentations by using Pear Deck (a FREE Google Slides App) to project to student devices and allow interaction with the presentation. See results in real time, overlay answers, even store session results for later analysis. PLUS, no anonymous student names! Present in whole group or assign student-pace and allow the students to complete as homework or during a center. Come and experience the technology from the student perspective during the live presentation. It's time to expand your Google skills into the little known world of Pear Deck.

Speakers
avatar for Lissa Brunan

Lissa Brunan

Owner, CEO, Engaging TECHniques
Technology-obsessed lifelong learner who loves to share her knowledge of the newest ways to engage students and inspire learning in the classroom.  


Tuesday November 5, 2019 11:10am - 12:00pm
B206/208 Tables - Max 60

11:10am

What in the World is Jamboard?
Have you heard about Jamboard, Google’s newest project that blends Google Docs and Smartnotebook? This session will introduce you to Jamboard and how it can be used with students in a classroom. You will explore concrete examples and have an opportunity to “Jam” with everyone in the session. If you are wondering if there is something new out in the land of Google, here it is! Come Jam with me!

Speakers
avatar for Lyndsay Johnson-LeMieux

Lyndsay Johnson-LeMieux

K-12 Technology Designer, Barton Malow Company
I am a former HS teacher and District Technology Director. I am currently a project manager and technology designer in the K-12 realm at Barton Malow Company and I'm certified to train in all things Google. I wish to see all the new technologies added to schools be used to its greatest... Read More →


Tuesday November 5, 2019 11:10am - 12:00pm
B213 Tables - Max 35

12:10pm

Google Sheets... A Teacher's Best Friend!
Have you ever struggled with Google Sheets? Do you want to find a great way to get all the data you need for evaluation and have it all nice in charts? Are you under the impression that Littles can't do Google Sheets? Then this session is for you! I will share practical lessons that you can use with Littles to take away the stigmatism of Google Sheets. Using Google Forms and the nice charts with Sheets will help you as a teacher as well. Google Sheets really can be a great tool for you and for your students!

Speakers
avatar for Mary Hankins

Mary Hankins

Tech prek-5th grades, Owosso Public Schools
Mom of two great kids... Google Certified Educator and love all things Google!! I take any opportunity to learn what I can about technology and teaching it.


Tuesday November 5, 2019 12:10pm - 1:00pm
A213 Max 35

12:10pm

Itching For a Fun Way to Code? Scratch It!
Coding is the new literacy! With ScratchJr, young children (ages 5-7) can program their own interactive stories and games. In the process, they learn to solve problems, design projects, and creatively express themselves on the computer. ScratchJr is a fun and easy app that students can use on Chromebooks to code across the curriculum. If you are familiar with Scratch, you’ll find that ScratchJr is much more simplified so that young children can still learn the basic tools and procedures for coding. Install the ScratchJr App on your device before the session and you will be able to create your own project and leave having everything you need to introduce your students to ScratchJr! The rest will depend on how far their imagination will take them!

Speakers
avatar for Michelle Burke

Michelle Burke

First Grade Teacher, Stockbridge Community Schools
This year begins my 26th year of teaching at the early elementary level! I've taught Kindergarten, First and Second Grade, Elementary Music, STEM and STEAM. Incorporating technology into the Littles' classroom can sometimes be a challenge, but I love finding ways to make that happen... Read More →


Tuesday November 5, 2019 12:10pm - 1:00pm
A215 Max 35

12:10pm

Coding with Kids
Are you looking to start coding with your students? Computer science encourages kids to solve problems. They must use problem-solving and critical thinking skills as they learn programming; a crucial skill for students to learn. Join me to learn how to start coding by using the free curriculum from Made with Code and CS First.

Speakers
avatar for Melissa White

Melissa White

Instructional Technologist, Genesee ISD
Melissa White is an instructional technologist for the Genesee Intermediate School District. She has an Ed. Specialist degree in Leadership and Curriculum from Oakland University, a master in Teaching and Learning, and a Bachelors in Elementary Education from Michigan State University... Read More →



Tuesday November 5, 2019 12:10pm - 1:00pm
B128 Max 35

12:10pm

Leveraging 1:1 with OER Curricula
1-to-1 classrooms demand deeply-digital (not digitized) lessons that employ Open Educational Resources and interactive, collaborative learning activities (simulations, concept mapping, animating, etc.). Our free, Google Classroom-friendly Roadmap.center supports managing the full life-cycle of digital lessons. Partnering with Michigan’s Dept of Education, Michigan teachers have used Roadmap.center to create and use OER lessons and units that are posted on GoOpenMichigan.org. Session take-aways: attendees will be able to create and use differentiated lessons (expressed as graphical, node-arc “Roadmaps”) using OER. As one educator commented after using Roadmap.center: “Why are our learning systems not made this way in the first place?"

Speakers
avatar for Elliot Soloway

Elliot Soloway

Arthur F. Thurnau Professor, University of Michigan
Elliot Soloway is an Arthur F. Thurnau Professor, in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. In 2001, the UMich undergraduates selected him to receive the “Golden Apple Award” as the Outstanding Teacher of the Year at the... Read More →


Tuesday November 5, 2019 12:10pm - 1:00pm
B134 Tables - Max 32

12:10pm

Using Google Sites to Organize & Deliver Instruction
Please join me as I share my experiences and ideas of how I have implemented Google Sites to organize and deliver content to my students (and parents!). During this session I will provide examples of ways to incorporate the Google Suite (Docs, Slides, Forms & Drive) into a dynamic Google Site for your classroom. Using these tools my goal is to help increase student success and create better relationships with my students.

Speakers
avatar for Scott Greiner

Scott Greiner

Middle School Dean, Windemere Park Charter Academy


Tuesday November 5, 2019 12:10pm - 1:00pm
B202 Max 35

12:10pm

Hacking Google Sheets
Many educators use Google sheets to organize information and data - during this session we will explore various hacks that allow you to get MORE out of Google sheets and your data!

Speakers
avatar for Anthony Buza

Anthony Buza

Instructional Technology Supervisor, EduPaths
https://about.me/abuza



Tuesday November 5, 2019 12:10pm - 1:00pm
A217 Max 35

12:10pm

Hit the Target with Student Self-Assessments
Do your students know what the learning target is and how to hit it? Districts are aiming for students to be able to clearly state learning targets and self-assess. This session will help you quickly produce student self-assessments using Forms and Classroom. Join us to see how easy it is to hit the target with evidence of student self-assessments. Go back to the classroom with several ready-to-use assessments.

Speakers
avatar for Jodi Goff

Jodi Goff

Science Teacher, Swartz Creek Middle School
Jodi Goff is a Google Certified Trainer with over fifteen years of experience teaching technology and countless hours of teacher training. She is currently a 7th Grade Science teacher at Swartz Creek Community Schools. She strives to support teachers in using technology to become... Read More →


Tuesday November 5, 2019 12:10pm - 1:00pm
B210 Tables - Max 35

12:10pm

All Hands on Pear Deck
Pear Deck is a Google slides add-on that increases student engagement in the classroom through the use of interactive slides. Pear Deck Slides gives teachers the ability to engage and assess every student in every row, no matter what grade or subject. Using Pear Deck will help you create an interactive and community-focused classroom that builds confidence and comprehension.

Speakers

Tuesday November 5, 2019 12:10pm - 1:00pm
A212 Max 35

12:10pm

Productivity Hacks: Get Your Life Together!
Struggling to keep your work, family and personal life organized? Wish you could use GMail, Calendar, and Chrome extensions to your benefit? Join this session and you will leave with productivity tips and tricks you can use to get your stuff together!

Speakers
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Angela Rivas

Special Education Teacher Consultant
I am a high school special education teacher looking to upgrade special education through technology. I am level 2 Google Certified, I have a Master's in EdTech, and love to learn new ways of incorporating technology in the classroom!


Tuesday November 5, 2019 12:10pm - 1:00pm
B207 Tables - Max 32

12:10pm

Virtually Tour-iffic!
Field trips are a great way to get kids engaged in learning. Field trips, however, can cost some major $$. Want to bring a field trip to your kids for FREE? Even better, want to have your kids PLAN an incredible field trip, without even leaving the classroom? Then you gotta check out Google Tour Builder! Learn how to bring the world into your classroom and send your students studying abroad, all thanks to the magic of Google!

Speakers
avatar for Marnie Diem

Marnie Diem

Marnie is a classroom teacher turned technological edventurer, who now works with PreK - 8th grade and all the adults at Hillel Day School. She regularly presents at tech conferences. Marnie is a Google Educator Level 1&2, Certified BrainPop Educator, a Seesaw Ambassador, an Osmo... Read More →


Tuesday November 5, 2019 12:10pm - 1:00pm
B213 Tables - Max 35

12:10pm

Work Smarter with G. Suite Accessibility
Let’s simplify the learning process by utilizing Google accessibility features! Whether you are a Google beginner or expect, this session will stretch your understanding of universal design for learning (UDL) and how to use Google to implement UDL strategies. Together we will explore how to create accessible learning content in Docs, Slides, Forms and YouTube. Come prepared to collaborate and walk away with a new understanding of “Learning for All”.

Speakers
avatar for Adrianne Rose

Adrianne Rose

Special Education Teacher, Michigan Virtual Charter Academy
Utilizing educational technology to boost learner success is Adrianne’s passion as an educator. After graduating from Hope College with a degree in Special Education, she knew her role as an educator would include advocating for student needs and embedding assistive technology into... Read More →



Tuesday November 5, 2019 12:10pm - 1:00pm
B205 Max 35

12:10pm

Engaging Students in Math with Google Classroom
Are you tired of being the “Sage on the Stage”? Have you wondered if there is a better way to teach that will allow you to get to every student every day? If so, this is the session for you! Bring your laptops and phones and you’ll walk out ready to turn over a new leaf, where you really feel like you are making a difference. Our presentation will help you create video lessons that can be uploaded to your Google Classroom so that your class time is spent helping students instead of lecturing. Recorded lessons allow your students to learn at their own pace, pause and rewind where necessary, so they can consistently review lessons.

Speakers
avatar for Tricia Walters

Tricia Walters

7th Mathematics teacher, Holly Area Schools
I am a mathematics teacher presently working at Holly Middle School, where I am relied upon to instruct, guide, and assess students throughout each trimester. I have twenty-fours years’ experience, in teaching mathematics, applying appropriate teaching and assessment methodologies... Read More →


Tuesday November 5, 2019 12:10pm - 1:00pm
A130 Computer Lab - Max 35

1:10pm

Digital Flipbook Storytelling with Google Slides
We have all made paper flipbooks as kids to create stop-motion style animation drawings. Wouldn’t it be great if students of all ages could make these digitally to tell stories and share their knowledge in any content area? You can with Google Slides! See how to easily create and publish animated digital flipbooks to tell a story with Google Slides that can be integrated into any content area at any grade level!

Speakers
avatar for Jeremy Badiner

Jeremy Badiner

Instructional Technology Coach, Gull Lake Community Schools
Jeremy Badiner was a classroom teacher (grades 3-5) before becoming an Instructional Technology Coach for Gull Lake Community Schools. He is a Google for Education Certified Innovator & Trainer, Apple Education Trainer & Teacher, DEN Star & LC, Common Sense Media Ambassador, ClassDojo... Read More →


Tuesday November 5, 2019 1:10pm - 2:00pm
B132 Tables - Max 32

1:10pm

Google Tips and Tricks 2.0
Join me to explore hidden gems inside Google Slides and Sheets that will make you say WOW! This session will help you discover who changed your shared document, apply funky effects to images, and how to make a nifty Google Sheet checklist. There are lots of fun Google goodies to explore!

Speakers
avatar for Mary Hankins

Mary Hankins

Tech prek-5th grades, Owosso Public Schools
Mom of two great kids... Google Certified Educator and love all things Google!! I take any opportunity to learn what I can about technology and teaching it.


Tuesday November 5, 2019 1:10pm - 2:00pm
A213 Max 35

1:10pm

How Do I Find That Thing in Google Drive?
The shift to online lesson creation, delivery, and instruction has been quick, and for many quite overwhelming. However, with a set of basic habits, some thought towards structure, and a little knowledge...it doesn’t have to be. In this session, we will delve into the basics of Google Drive and Google Chrome, including folder management, sharing, bookmarking, “shared to me” vs. “saved to Drive”, and personal vs. shared drives. We will finish up with harnessing advanced search inside both Gmail and Drive to find files easier, and save them at your fingertips


Tuesday November 5, 2019 1:10pm - 2:00pm
B207 Tables - Max 32

1:10pm

Capture, Create, and (pod)Cast
See and hear first hand how teachers and learners are making a change by creating social good using online collaborative tools. Come learn how to amplify the voices of young changemakers and share what they know with an authentic audience through music creation and podcasting.

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Tuesday November 5, 2019 1:10pm - 2:00pm
B128 Max 35

1:10pm

MVFs: Most Valuable Formulas
Want to kick your Google Sheets game up a notch? Come learn--and maybe even share--some of the raddest Google Sheets formulas & tricks around.

Speakers
avatar for Jake Miller

Jake Miller

Technology Integration Specialist
Jake Miller is an edtech and learning enthusiast who hosts the Educational Duct Tape podcast, shares #EduGIFs at JakeMiller.net and works as a Technology Integration Specialist for an Ohio Middle School. Jake also coaches his school’s Robotics & Coding Clubs and helped develop the school’s digital fabrication Fab Lab. He has experience as an authorized Google Apps for Education Trainer. He previously ta... Read More →


Tuesday November 5, 2019 1:10pm - 2:00pm
A208/210 Max 60

1:10pm

Making Web Apps with Apps Script
Do you have a ton of useful data tucked away in Google Sheets? Would you like to make it available over the Internet in a useful format for you and your coworkers? Have you been tempted to create your own web pages but been stuck when it comes to the cost and logistics of reading and writing data? Let me show you how I’ve leveraged Google App Scripts and web apps to create APIs for my own data, and used them as an online instructor to create web pages and Chrome extensions to support my classes and my colleagues.

Speakers
avatar for Kevin Santer

Kevin Santer

Lead instructor with the Career & Technology Department, Michigan Virtual
I'm currently the lead instructor for the Career & Technology department at Michigan Virtual. Here's some background:- BS in computer science, MA in secondary math education- 20 year career in software development, followed by- 10 years as a face-to-face instructor in math and computer... Read More →


Tuesday November 5, 2019 1:10pm - 2:00pm
A215 Max 35

1:10pm

30 Ways to use Forms in your Classroom
Google Forms is more than a tool for assessments and surveys. I’ll share real examples of forms used to track discipline referrals, permission slips, parent communication, book reports, reading logs and MORE. You’ll get a detailed list of all 30 forms and templates you can use in your own classroom!

Speakers
avatar for John Sowash

John Sowash

Owner, Sowash Ventures, LLC
John Sowash is an experienced classroom teacher, former school administrator, author of The Chromebook Classroom, and founder of the Google Certification Academy. John inspires educators to use technology connect with and challenge students. Schools around the world have invited John... Read More →



Tuesday November 5, 2019 1:10pm - 2:00pm
A217 Max 35

1:10pm

Building Literacy Skills in a Blended Classroom
Core teachers are increasingly responsible for supporting students in each tier of the MTSS pyramid. In this session, find how G Suite for Education can provide the tools you need to promote literacy skills while meeting students where they are. Paragraph shrinking, differentiated note taking, and annotating articles are strategies that can be adapted for use in Google Classroom.


Tuesday November 5, 2019 1:10pm - 2:00pm
B134 Tables - Max 32

1:10pm

G Suite + UDL = Learning for All
G Suite for Education offers teachers many ways to customize learning for our students. Using the UDL framework as our guide, we will explore G Suite and Chromebook accessibility features and move on to apps, extensions, and add-ons that can be used to help all of our students master our curriculum. This is a hands-on session that offers a chance to explore the features that interest you.

Speakers
avatar for Karen Chichester

Karen Chichester

Tech Liaison/Teacher, Jefferson HS, Newport, MI
Using Google Apps for Education has transformed my classroom. Ask me how Google for Education can help you teach writing and special education, I also love working with Google Geo Tools. I love sharing my experience with other teachers across the state. I am also an avid EdCamp... Read More →


Tuesday November 5, 2019 1:10pm - 2:00pm
A135 Max 30 - Desk Chairs

1:10pm

Innovative Infographics
An infographic is a visual image such as a chart or diagram used to represent information or data. Students can use them to gain information, for reading practice, and to analyze arguments. In addition, having students create infographics provides critical thinking skills, writing in multiple mediums, and an introduction to graphic design. This session will take participants through lessons in both analyzing and creating infographics that can be used with their students.

Speakers
avatar for Sarah Koves

Sarah Koves

Teacher, Kovescence of the mind
I am currently an high school English and social studies teacher at Carson-City Crystal schools where I also assists with school improvement and district technology; I also founded Carson City-Crystal’s growing Advanced Placement Program.I began teaching in 2003 in Northern Michigan... Read More →



Tuesday November 5, 2019 1:10pm - 2:00pm
A130 Computer Lab - Max 35

1:10pm

Performance Assessment with Google Forms: IRT
Explore how Google Forms can be used In Real Time (IRT) to evaluate student performance and authentic assessments. If they are speaking, collaborating, creating, etc. then Forms can be manipulated to support live evaluation. Learn how to embed rubrics, use add-ons to send assessments immediately to students, and augment your use of Google Forms for formative and summative assessments.

Speakers
avatar for Stefani Boutelier

Stefani Boutelier

Associate Professor of Education, Aquinas College
Tour Builder and Literacy link: bit.ly/TBandLiteracy



Tuesday November 5, 2019 1:10pm - 2:00pm
B205 Max 35

1:10pm

Screencastify: Slides, Reflections and more
Screencastify is a free, versatile tool through Chrome that will expand your teaching strategies. During this hands-on session you will learn to turn a Google slides presentation into a video. Additionally, you will learn strategies to increase student reflection, improve teacher feedback and implement a flipped classroom, all using Screencastify!

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Tuesday November 5, 2019 1:10pm - 2:00pm
A212 Max 35

1:10pm

The “S” Factor
Everyone knows Google Slides is Google's answer to that other slide program.... but did you know that Google Slides has the "S" Factor? No? Well, come see what a "S"uperhero Google Slides can be! You'll learn about the hidden talents of Google Slides, from basics to add-ons, as you take your presentations from "eh" to superstar! Participants will explore ways to use Google Slides beyond basic slide presentations, learn "Ms. Diem's Rules" for effective slide presentations, explore a variety of apps, add-ons, and extensions that support Google Slides, and of course, have fun!

Speakers
avatar for Marnie Diem

Marnie Diem

Marnie is a classroom teacher turned technological edventurer, who now works with PreK - 8th grade and all the adults at Hillel Day School. She regularly presents at tech conferences. Marnie is a Google Educator Level 1&2, Certified BrainPop Educator, a Seesaw Ambassador, an Osmo... Read More →


Tuesday November 5, 2019 1:10pm - 2:00pm
B213 Tables - Max 35

1:10pm

YouTube is YourTube
Instead of sweeping YouTube under the rug for fear of unintentional viewing, discover ways to clean up your experience. Google tools allow for customization, and YouTube is no exception. By blocking adds, modifying settings, and curating playlists, you can fearlessly utilize this powerful teaching resource. This session will reveal ways to clean up video sharing, making YouTube -YourTube.

Speakers
avatar for Jodi Goff

Jodi Goff

Science Teacher, Swartz Creek Middle School
Jodi Goff is a Google Certified Trainer with over fifteen years of experience teaching technology and countless hours of teacher training. She is currently a 7th Grade Science teacher at Swartz Creek Community Schools. She strives to support teachers in using technology to become... Read More →


Tuesday November 5, 2019 1:10pm - 2:00pm
B210 Tables - Max 35

1:10pm

“Add-on” to your Knowledge of Google Add-ons
In this interactive session, attendees will explore add-ons from Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Forms, and Google Slides. The presentation will highlight roughly 3 add-ons from each Google product and provide time for attendees to explore on their own.

Speakers
avatar for Alex Milton

Alex Milton

Hello! My name is Alex Milton, and I am a K-12 Technology Integration coach at Sturgis Public Schools. I love creating engaging technology activities for students and hands-on PD for teachers!Here are the links to my presentations for this conference: bit.ly/Gaddon & bit.ly/cla... Read More →



Tuesday November 5, 2019 1:10pm - 2:00pm
B202 Max 35

2:10pm

Google Classroom for Elementary Students
Learn more about increasing engagement, creativity, and motivation through technology integration in the elementary classroom. By leveraging technology, teachers can harness tools to remove obstacles in the writing process, build capacity for critical thinking and collaboration, and increase the use of innovative lesson design. By using Google Classroom, teachers can provide immediate feedback during the writing process, differentiation on project based learning projects, and choice boards/menus to increase student voice and agency in lesson completion.

Speakers
avatar for Heather Palmer

Heather Palmer

Instructional Coach, Van Buren Public Schools
Instructional Coach Elementary


Tuesday November 5, 2019 2:10pm - 3:00pm
B207 Tables - Max 32

2:10pm

Rubrics for your Classroom
Many classroom projects are best assessed by a rubric. Creating and tracking student progress with rubrics can be cumbersome. This session will explore several tools that will help you assess students with Rubrics. You will learn how to create rubrics, with the Orange Slice add-on and how to attach rubrics to student assignments in Google Classroom with Doctopus. Note: this is an advanced session which will require a solid understanding of Drive, Sheets, and Docs.

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Tuesday November 5, 2019 2:10pm - 3:00pm
B206/208 Tables - Max 60

2:10pm

Start Coding with "Made with Code"
Do you want code with your students, but don’t know where to begin? Made with Code is an amazing, free resource you can use to introduce your students to coding. Let’s learn to code together! Come learn, experiment, code, and have fun with me! You’ll be ready to teach your students how to code when you return to your classroom!

Speakers
avatar for Diana Olds

Diana Olds

Librarian/Media Specialist, Plymouth Canton Community Schools
I'm a librarian and media specialist at a Kindergarten through fifth grade elementary building. I teach literacy, research skills, library skills, technology, computer science, and more! I've taught over 20 years and excited to be on this miGoogle journey with you.


Tuesday November 5, 2019 2:10pm - 3:00pm
B132 Tables - Max 32

2:10pm

Virtual Field Trips and Augmented Reality with Google Expedition
Take your students on a journey across Antarctica, check out the marine life at the bottom of the ocean, and visit the homes of former United States’ presidents! Google Expedition is your magic school bus! During this session, you will learn how to use Google Expedition to go on a virtual field trip with your students! Note: to participate in this session, please bring a tablet or smartphone.

Speakers
avatar for Christopher Walker

Christopher Walker

Ed Tech Consultant, Jackson ISD


Tuesday November 5, 2019 2:10pm - 3:00pm
A212 Max 35

2:10pm

Recording Student Creations & Collaborations Across the Globe
Soundtrap bridges the necessary skills for preparing our modern learners for a global, connected world. Come learn about utilizing the Soundtrap studio for student projects, get inspired, and start planning your next class songwriting collab with Soundtrap!

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Tuesday November 5, 2019 2:10pm - 3:00pm
B128 Max 35

2:10pm

Send me in coach! Shared Drive
Learn how to harness the power of Shared Drives so that you can securely share resources and data to empower teaching teams. This session will introduce you to using Shared Drives and explain when you should use a shared drive instead of sharing something with your personal Drive. Shared Drives have additional sharing and permission rules which we will review so that you can protect your shared data and ensure that everyone has the access they need.

Speakers
avatar for DeVonna Haskell

DeVonna Haskell

Information Systems Specialist, CLARE-GLADWIN RESD
I provide training, support and talk people off the ledge most days in SIS, Data Warehousing and all things Google for our local district. I provide services to: Teachers, Office Professionals, Administrators, Parents, Students, Itinerant staff, and the list goes on!


Tuesday November 5, 2019 2:10pm - 3:00pm
B134 Tables - Max 32

2:10pm

Create a Classroom Website with Google Sites
In this interactive session, attendees will learn tips and tricks for creating a classroom website with Google Sites. Besides basic formatting and structure, attendees will learn how to add in an auto-play slideshow using Google Slides and an auto-updating calendar using Google Docs. Attendees will leave the session with a (mostly) completed classroom website.

Speakers
avatar for Alex Milton

Alex Milton

Hello! My name is Alex Milton, and I am a K-12 Technology Integration coach at Sturgis Public Schools. I love creating engaging technology activities for students and hands-on PD for teachers!Here are the links to my presentations for this conference: bit.ly/Gaddon & bit.ly/cla... Read More →



Tuesday November 5, 2019 2:10pm - 3:00pm
B202 Max 35

2:10pm

Empowering Students through Differentiation and Choice
Differentiation and student engagement are two of the most difficult and time consuming concepts to bring to a classroom. By incorporating student choice into each unit, student buy-in and engagement can increase while providing students with more individualized instruction. Google Forms allows educators to determine areas of strength and weaknesses; engaging students as stakeholders in the process will allow them to become informed decision makers in their learning. Utilizing Google Classroom allows for streamlined access to various learning opportunities as educators tailor instruction to individual student needs, as well as an opportunity for students to participate in self reflection.

Speakers
avatar for Paul Shanks

Paul Shanks

Social Studies Teacher and Restorative Practices Coordinator, The Bridge Alternative High School
I teach high school social studies along with being the Restorative Practices Coordinator at the Bridge Alternative High School in Brighton, MI. I strive to create an environment for all students to be successful by utilizing flexible seating, making my classroom trauma sensitive... Read More →


Tuesday November 5, 2019 2:10pm - 3:00pm
A215 Max 35

2:10pm

Feedback Smarter, Not Harder: Extensions and Add-Ons for Providing Feedback to Students
Want to provide high-quality feedback to students but don't have the time to handwrite or type comments on every student's work? Learn about tools to help you efficiently provide written or verbal feedback to students to improve their mastery and understanding and have time to play with these new tools. We will review speech-to-text (within Google Docs and extensions such as "Talk and Comment"), video feedback using Loom for screencasting, and tools for shortcuts in providing written feedback (such as Doctopus and Google Keep).

Speakers
avatar for Maureen Young

Maureen Young

Instructional Technology Coach, Washtenaw International High School and Middle Academy



Tuesday November 5, 2019 2:10pm - 3:00pm
A213 Max 35

2:10pm

Gimkit (Better than Kahoot!)
Gimkit is a game show for the classroom that requires knowledge, collaboration, and strategy to win. Learn how to create, play and assign Gimkit games. If you were to take Quizizz and Kahoot and blend them together you would get Gimkit.

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Tuesday November 5, 2019 2:10pm - 3:00pm
B210 Tables - Max 35

2:10pm

Google Forms in the Classroom
Google Forms has changed the way data and assessment can be tracked. You can use Forms for exit tickets, formative assessment, chapter quizzes, semester exams and more! Google Forms has been a game changer in my classroom. Learn how you can use Google Forms to track and organize data for your classroom during this session.

Speakers
avatar for Martin Jennings

Martin Jennings

Instructional Technologist, Genesee ISD
I have served as an instructional technologist at The Genesee Intermediate School District (GISD) for the past 12 years following nearly 30 years of work in the classroom as a director and designer of high school theatre. In my current position I am part of a team of educators at... Read More →



Tuesday November 5, 2019 2:10pm - 3:00pm
B213 Tables - Max 35

2:10pm

No More Red Pens: Efficient Writing Assessment in G Suite
Do you have a 150 papers to grade this weekend? This session is for you. Come and find out ways to cut down on grading time and get more of “your time!” This session focuses on efficient ways to use extensions, add-ons, and web apps to provide quality feedback and speed up the grading process. Together, we will explore ways to improve peer revision and assessment. During this session we will explore voice commenting, rubric grading, using text-to-speech , speeding up grading of common errors, checking for plagiarism, and using Peergrade.io for peer review.

Speakers
avatar for Karen Chichester

Karen Chichester

Tech Liaison/Teacher, Jefferson HS, Newport, MI
Using Google Apps for Education has transformed my classroom. Ask me how Google for Education can help you teach writing and special education, I also love working with Google Geo Tools. I love sharing my experience with other teachers across the state. I am also an avid EdCamp... Read More →


Tuesday November 5, 2019 2:10pm - 3:00pm
A135 Max 30 - Desk Chairs

2:10pm

SLIDE into Student Collaboration the Easy Way!
Create dynamic interaction with your students using Pear Deck and Google Slides. Learn how to design a highly engaging learning environment and provide timely feedback for students. Your students will be actively involved in critiquing the reasoning of others, making viable arguments and taking ownership of their learning. Participants will create templates and activities that can immediately be used in the classroom. Google Slides will be used along with Pear Deck to create tools for student collaboration.

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Tuesday November 5, 2019 2:10pm - 3:00pm
A208/210 Max 60

2:10pm

Tour Builder and Literacy
Participants in this session will explore the use of Tour Builder for bringing literature to life. Tour Builder is a Google Earth “experiment” that can be used to design engaging stories filled with images, multimedia, and primary source links to create a location-based experience. Add a new tool to your instructional toolbox with Tour Builder!

Speakers
avatar for Stefani Boutelier

Stefani Boutelier

Associate Professor of Education, Aquinas College
Tour Builder and Literacy link: bit.ly/TBandLiteracy


Tuesday November 5, 2019 2:10pm - 3:00pm
B205 Max 35