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Monday, May 22
 

8:00am EDT

Podcasting 101- A Beginner’s guide to creating a podcast using easy-to-use Google tools!
Podcasts are a great way to share information with students, staff & community. They allow people to listen in when it is convenient for them. We will discuss equipment & software needed for beginner podcasters to get started. Also discussed will be recording tips, where and how to export and store recordings, how to publish using Google drive and sites.

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Monday May 22, 2017 8:00am - 9:00am EDT
CCM 424

9:15am EDT

UDL and Personalized Learning: Realizing Proficiencies with All Learners
In ESSA, Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is considered the scientifically-based approach to personalize learning. How can we harness UDL to help each learner develop the proficiencies to be future ready? Discover how to use the UDL Lens in a 3-step process to develop a Personal Learning Plan (PLP) designed with goals so that each learner can gain independent, self-directed skills to master the proficiencies to be prepared for college, career and life.

Presenters
avatar for Kathleen McClaskey

Kathleen McClaskey

Advocacy Chair, NHSTE
Kathleen McClaskey (@khmmc) is Founder of Make Learning Personal and co-author of bestsellers Make Learning Personal and How to Personalize Learning: A Practical Guide for Getting Started and Going Deeper. She is an innovative leader, education technologist, international speaker... Read More →



Monday May 22, 2017 9:15am - 10:15am EDT
CCM 424

3:00pm EDT

Digital Dossier: Curriculum, PLPs and Reports with Tech-Tools
Academic work, personalized learning plans, and proficiency-based assessments. These define the products and processes of learning and growth. With the use of technology these elements form a "digital dossier" - a narrative of each student's learning experience. Through the use of Google Classroom, Jumprope, Protean and more, students at the Edge Academy and Shelburne Community School have explored numerous resources to collect, review, and express their learning while defining 21st century "digital citizenship". Gary Tilden will also present on the newest features that Protean offers as a platform for PLPs.

Q+A, discussion, and conversation will be built in to this presentation. 

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Presenters
avatar for Samuel Nelson

Samuel Nelson

6-8 Humanities/Social Studies Teacher, Shelburne Community School
Twitter: https://twitter.com/MrNelsonTeaches


Monday May 22, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm EDT
CCM 444

3:00pm EDT

Heart-Rate Monitoring and Personalized Learning in Phys Ed
Students will share how using heart rate monitoring technology in Physical Education at Crossett Brook Middle School personalizes learning and increases student motivation to be physically active. Presenters will demonstrate how the use of heart rate monitor watches enables learners to self-assess and adjust effort in class (from the instant, object feedback the monitors provide) so that they can reach (and maintain) a fitness-enhancing level of participation.  Time permitting, student presenters will also coach each audience member through the process of using a heart rate monitor so they can see first-hand how the personalized feedback motivates and actively engages all learners.

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Monday May 22, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm EDT
CCM 434
 
Tuesday, May 23
 

8:00am EDT

Student Journalism in the Age of New Media, Truthiness and Alternative Facts
Now, more than ever, it is important to teach young journalists ethics and effective use of new school multimedia technologies to enable them to communicate the world’s stories with integrity, effectiveness, and comprehensive coverage. Meet student journalists from Burlington High School and Integrated Arts Academy involved in cutting-edge reporting and student journalism advocacy to learn how they use new and traditional media tools to communicate their message.


Tuesday May 23, 2017 8:00am - 9:00am EDT
GBTC 117

9:15am EDT

Collaborative WeVideo Teams
WeVideo has advanced features allowing students to collaborate in video editing teams. Join my students as they show you how they use WeVideo Projects to create and collaborate at the same time. A student showcase of examples will be shared along with easy to follow steps to bring back to your classroom and students.

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Tuesday May 23, 2017 9:15am - 10:15am EDT
CCM 233

12:30pm EDT

Fostering Student Voice Through Unconditional Positive Regard
When students feel safe in school, their voices flourish. But how can we let them know that we truly want to hear what they have to say? It’s not about a program, strategy or tool - it’s how we carry ourselves in relationship with students. Unconditional positive regard is the guiding philosophy that creates powerful relationships in which amazing learning and growth happens. Learn about how to embrace this approach!

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Tuesday May 23, 2017 12:30pm - 1:30pm EDT
GBTC 112

1:45pm EDT

VOL and VALS: the new (and improved) systems behind the acronyms
There have been many changes to the Vermont Online Library, online databases available to all Vermonters, and the Vermont Automated Library System, the state's interlibrary loan system. In this session, you will learn the nuts and bolts and the tips and tricks.

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Tuesday May 23, 2017 1:45pm - 2:45pm EDT
GBTC 117