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Grades 6-12 [clear filter]
Monday, December 8


iPads and Google: Transforming Science Instruction
Hear how a science team has grown, leveraging 1:1 iPads to increase classroom efficiencies and choice. Examples of their success include: Project Based Learning, screencasting with Explain Everything and Show Me, camera use with lab reports, Google Forms, and Schoology Assessments. All team planning is done on Google Docs and Presentations, and shared collaboratively.

Monday December 8, 2014 11:00am - 11:50am
Great Lakes Ballroom A2


Special Education: Transition Skills and Technology
Technology is evolving every day. Keeping up with technology and adapting it for special needs students -- to empower students and increase independence -- offers unique challenges. See how the White Bear Lake Transition Plus program uses Chromebooks, Google Drive, iPads, Nexus 7s, and Smartboards.  We'll share examples of what’s working and what’s not.  


Monday December 8, 2014 12:15pm - 2:20pm
Greenway H/I


Common Formative Assessment Using Naiku at ISD 196
Do you have plans to conduct common formative assessment? Do you have goals of helping your PLCs collaborate, collect, and make better instructional decisions based on data? In this session, we will share how we successfully implemented our plans and goals at ISD 196 using Naiku, an online assessment solution.


Michelle DeMers

Assessment Coordinator, Rosemount/Apple Valley/Eagan

Susan Semmler

Teacher, Rosemount High School

Monday December 8, 2014 1:30pm - 2:20pm
Lakeshore A


This Is the First Time I’ve Been Good at Math!
How do we get math students to say, "this makes sense!"? Especially those who also say, "I'm not good at math." This session will incorporate growth mindset research and specific examples for how to engage students in a math class using real world connections. May contain commercial content.


Monday December 8, 2014 1:30pm - 2:20pm