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Saturday, December 6
 

8:30am

Building Your Twitter Network
Limited Capacity seats available

Twitter is a powerful professional networking tool that can benefit all educators. This workshop will help participants see the importance of an online professional network and help them build their own relevant network of global educators and resources that can help them learn, grow, and inspire.

Speakers
avatar for Anthony VonBank

Anthony VonBank

Digital Learning Specialist, ISD728, Elk River Area Schools
Dr. Anthony VonBank taught secondary language arts and communications for over 15 years, and currently works as a district digital learning specialist in the Elk River school district. His doctoral work in education leadership focused on his passion for systems and innovative change... Read More →


Saturday December 6, 2014 8:30am - 11:30am
Greenway C

8:30am

iChoose: Integrating Academic Choice & Technology
Limited Capacity seats available

iChoose is a framework for integrating technology and providing authentic learning experiences for students to show what they know. iChoose supports self-directed, self-aware learners who advocate for themselves and navigate their learning in a technology enhanced classroom. Participants will learn how to incorporate academic choice opportunities for students based on principles of Responsive Classroom, the SAMR model and Bloom’s Taxonomy. A guided discovery will be included to help gain a deeper understanding of the experience from a student’s perspective. Participants will have collaborative work time to adapt the framework for their own classrooms.

Speakers
avatar for Ryan Bisson

Ryan Bisson

Staff Development Assessment Specialist, Osseo Area Schools
Ryan Bisson is a Staff Development Assessment Specialist for Osseo Area Schools. Ryan was named TIES 2013 Exceptional Teacher for Osseo.
avatar for Andrea Wilson Vazquez

Andrea Wilson Vazquez

Technology Integration Specialist, Osseo Area Schools
Technology integration specialist, blogger, coder, co-teacher / collaborator, lifelong learner, and edtech enthusiast!


Saturday December 6, 2014 8:30am - 11:30am
Greenway E

8:30am

iPads in the Primary Classroom
Limited Capacity seats available

Join us to explore education apps to find the perfect fit for your students! This class will focus on the most current and up to date apps and activities to use in the classroom for practicing skills, learning content and creating something new. Apps will be explored across age groups, subject matter and skills. You will leave with many new ways to implement iPads and be able to start using them right away! Come to class with your iPad, Apple ID and your password.

Speakers
avatar for Angie Kalthoff

Angie Kalthoff

Technology Integrationist, St. Cloud Area School District
Hi! I am a Technology Integrationist for the St.Cloud Area School District. I am also a Google Innovator and Code.org Affiliate. I like to learn from others and share my knowledge for fun. I think it is important to take learning into your own hands and seek out new information... Read More →
SN

sara norman

Academic Coach, St. Cloud Area School District


Saturday December 6, 2014 8:30am - 11:30am
Greenway F

8:30am

Makers' Playground
Limited Capacity seats available

You've heard a lot about the Maker Movement in the press. Come explore maker tools and consider what possibilities they hold for your practice. We'll start with an overview of the movement, share examples from classrooms, and spend the rest of our time working in hands-on maker stations.

Speakers
avatar for Tami Brass

Tami Brass

Director of Instructional Technology, St Paul Academy and Summit School
Director of Instructional Technology for St. Paul Academy and Summit School Google Educator & Google Education Trainer Apple Distinguished Educator Passionate about #makered and portable/mobile devices in education


Saturday December 6, 2014 8:30am - 11:30am
Northstar Ballroom B

8:30am

The Changing Landscape of Google: Google+, Add-ons & More
Limited Capacity seats available

Come see the shifting landscape of Google Apps for Education. In this half-day session, you will learn about the latest uses of Google Apps. Streamline your classroom workflow with Google Classroom. Glean new apps and extensions in Chrome to personalize your browsing experience. Tap into the world with Google+ Communities and Hangouts. We’ll dig into and spend significant time exploring the new frontier of scripting with the most popular scripts to automate your workflow and make you more efficient. We’ll also cover some new best practice uses of Google Apps in the Classroom with Drive, YouTube, Sites and Even More!

Speakers
avatar for Ben Friesen

Ben Friesen

Summits Team, EdTechTeam
After a distinguished career as a professional camper and environmental educator, Ben was a digital content specialist and taught junior high science for ten years. Ben is an Apple Teacher, Google Certified Innovator, Google Certified Trainer and a Google Certified Educator - Level... Read More →


Saturday December 6, 2014 8:30am - 11:30am
Northstar Ballroom A

8:30am

Build Literacy Success with Technology
Limited Capacity seats available

Literacy needs to remain in the front seat once technology is introduced to the classroom. Strong literacy skills foster success in all areas of academics. Come learn some ways digital tools, including iPads, Google and online resources can be used hand-in-hand with literacy instruction.

Speakers
avatar for Jen Legatt

Jen Legatt

Library Media Specialist


Saturday December 6, 2014 8:30am - 3:30pm
Greenway J

8:30am

Get More out of Microsoft Office Online and OneDrive NOW
Limited Capacity seats available

The integration of Microsoft Office Online promotes students' ability to meet standards. By having access to Office Online anytime, anywhere, students are able to organize and prepare for projects using OneNote, build on each others' ideas and provide peer reviews using Word, collect ideas through the Excel Survey tool, and present their learning using PowerPoint -- all within a collaborative space in OneDrive.com. Educators will learn to utilize the free tools available to manage files, work collaboratively, and create a seamless transition between school and home. May contain commercial content.

Speakers
DL

David Lopez

Microsoft Innovative Educator Fellow, Microsoft


Saturday December 6, 2014 8:30am - 3:30pm
St. Croix

8:30am

The Art of AppSmashing
Limited Capacity seats available

Take your iPad Projects to the next level by using multiple apps to create dynamic projects. The art of App Smashing uses 3, 4, 5 or more apps to create, modify, and remix content to develop a final product. Participants will leave the workshop with an understanding of the process, hands-on experience creating several app smash projects, and a toolkit of apps to help get started with students. Come experience the first look at the latest Smashtivities and revisit updated favorites! Participants should bring a fully charged iPad.

Speakers
avatar for Kari Gerhart

Kari Gerhart

Education Technology Consultant, TIES
Kari is an Education Technology Consultant at TIES. She is passionate about working with teachers to integrate technology in their classroom. Check out her preconference workshop on using YouTube in the Classroom!
avatar for Caroline Little

Caroline Little

Director of Instructional Technology, Inver Grove Heights Community Schools


Saturday December 6, 2014 8:30am - 3:30pm
Regency

12:30pm

Become a Productive School Leader with iOS
Limited Capacity seats available

An important part of being an effective school leader is managing the large amount of information we encounter daily. This workshop will share tips and tools for how to create a workflow that allows principals to effectively manage information using an iPad or iPhone. Experience real world examples from an elementary school principal that can be easily adapted for your situation. Walk away with many ideas to be a more productive and efficient school leader.

Speakers
avatar for Mike Rogers

Mike Rogers

President, Risen Christ Catholic School
I live my vocation as an educator by serving as president of Risen Christ School in Minneapolis, MN – the state’s first Catholic dual immersion school. I have experience serving schools in the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis as Director of Urban Education, principal and... Read More →


Saturday December 6, 2014 12:30pm - 3:30pm
Greenway C

12:30pm

Effectively Utilizing Schoology to Revolutionize Student Learning
Limited Capacity seats available

Build success from the beginning by utilizing Schoology in the classroom. We will begin with the basics of how to use the Learning Management System (LMS) Schoology and then venture into more complex uses of this system. All aspects of Schoology will be explored to give you the ultimate toolkit to enhance and transform your instruction.

Speakers
avatar for Allison Clasen

Allison Clasen

5th Grade Teacher, Crosby-Ironton Schools
I am passionate about bringing innovative methods into my classroom to enhance and transform student learning.
avatar for Britta Nelson

Britta Nelson

5th Grade Teacher, Crosby-Ironton Schools
This is my 4th year of teaching at Cuyuna Range Elementary School. I use Schoology everyday in my 1:1 classroom. I love using technology to enhance my students' learning!


Saturday December 6, 2014 12:30pm - 3:30pm
Greenway A

12:30pm

Google Apps & iPads: Creating the New Digital Hub
Limited Capacity seats available

Get hands-on with the Google Apps for Education on iOS. We’ll devote significant time to Google-iPad workflows, including Google Classroom, to help you transform your teaching and make Google Drive the digital hub of your classroom. You’ll participate in fun, paperless activities while exploring the Google apps available on the iPad, as well as, tips and tricks and additional recommended apps that are good for any classroom. We’ll dig into Google Drive, Docs, Slides and Sheets on iOS, and also will explore the Google Search, YouTube Capture, Google Earth, Google Plus and more.

Speakers
avatar for Ben Friesen

Ben Friesen

Summits Team, EdTechTeam
After a distinguished career as a professional camper and environmental educator, Ben was a digital content specialist and taught junior high science for ten years. Ben is an Apple Teacher, Google Certified Innovator, Google Certified Trainer and a Google Certified Educator - Level... Read More →


Saturday December 6, 2014 12:30pm - 3:30pm
Northstar Ballroom A

12:30pm

Harness the Power of the iPad to Creatively and Easily Assess Students
Limited Capacity seats available

In this hands-on workshop we’ll help you move away from the iPad as a consumption tool and toward its use as a powerful creation tool. We will focus on strategies and apps that foster student engagement while allowing teachers to differentiate and increase the meaningful formative and summative assessments they utilize. By harnessing the power of the iPad, you will attain a rich, clear picture of what your students are learning. Teachers will leave with multiple resources and ideas for implementation in upcoming units. Show your students what the iPad can really do.

Speakers
avatar for Becky Fritz

Becky Fritz

Science Teacher, Technology Integration Specialist, Hopkins Schools
Becky Fritz has been teaching science for 15 years and this is her fourth year in a classroom that’s 1:1 with iPads. She’s been in love with technology since she first learned how to program that turtle in Logo during elementary school. In recent years she has begun working... Read More →
avatar for Debbie Hahn

Debbie Hahn

Teacher, Digital Learning Coach, Hopkins North Jr. High
Debbie Hahn is a Teacher and Digital Content Specialist at Hopkins North Jr. High where every student has a district-issued iPad. She has been teaching junior high Social Studies for 15 years and has enjoyed the ride from 5.25” floppy disks to iPads, consistently trying to be creative... Read More →


Saturday December 6, 2014 12:30pm - 3:30pm
Greenway E

12:30pm

iBeacons: Exploring the World Around You with iOS
Limited Capacity seats available

iBeacons afford us an opportunity to open up the world around us with key bits of information that can be shared with anyone holding an iOS device. This workshop will lead you through understanding what iBeacons is, how it works, and how it can impact K-12 learning. Discover how iBeacons will change the ways students access content and the potential impact iBeacons will have on classrooms around the globe. Come and join us.  

Speakers
CD

Charles Duarte

Apple, Apple
Apple Inc.


Saturday December 6, 2014 12:30pm - 3:30pm
Skyway
 
Sunday, December 7
 

8:30am

Connecting and Collaborating with Video Conference
Limited Capacity seats available

Explore video conferencing to enhance and enrich your curriculum, collaborate with other classes and learn from content experts. Learn the lingo, explore the hardware and software options available for connecting your students, discover lesson resources and see how to arrange and conduct a live event.

Speakers
avatar for Jon Larson

Jon Larson

Career and Technical Education, ECMECC
Technology Integration Specialist at ECMECC - East Central Minnesota Educational Cable CooperativeIn 2008 Jon began supporting and encouraging staff of the East Central Minnesota Educational Cable Cooperative (ECMECC) schools as they integrate affective technology practices into their... Read More →


Sunday December 7, 2014 8:30am - 11:30am
Greenway E

8:30am

Developing Google Leaders
Limited Capacity seats available

Instructional leaders who lead others in adopting digital strategies that impact instruction will thrive in this workshop. Participants will experience what it is to be a student in class or a staff member at professional development as they are led through the integration of Google's suite. Immediate feedback and collaboration in a structured environment will be modeled, deconstructed and developed by participants so they see both the front and back ends of using Google to impact instructional or leadership decisions.

Speakers
avatar for Marti Sievek

Marti Sievek

Instructional Technology Coordinator, Mankato Area Public Schools


Sunday December 7, 2014 8:30am - 11:30am
Greenway A

8:30am

Explain Everything for Beginners
Limited Capacity seats available

Explain Everything is an easy-to-use and open-ended screencasting and interactive whiteboard tool for iPad as well as most Android and Windows tablets. In this hands-on workshop, participants will be introduced to the basic tools and features of the application, create several individual and collaborative projects, and become familiar with several use-cases and ideas that span all grade levels and disciplines. A tablet device with Explain Everything (a paid app) installed is necessary for fully engaged participation.

Speakers

Sunday December 7, 2014 8:30am - 11:30am
Regency

8:30am

Keeping It Real: Authentic Teaching and Learning Using GAFE
Limited Capacity seats available

Innovative educators know that learning is most impactful when it is relevant to the learners’ lives. Transformational learning must be authentic. This session will explore authenticity in the areas of contexts, tasks, assessments, and products. Participants will examine ways to create engaging, real-world contexts that include essential questions and big ideas using Google Apps for Education. We will draw on ideas from inquiry and project-based instruction, and apply them to tasks, assessments, and products. This session is applicable for educators at all levels and content areas, and will be interactive with collaborative work time.

Speakers
avatar for Tom Brandt

Tom Brandt

Digital Learning Specialist, ISD 279
Always learning. Always skeptical of what is known. Always amazed at what others know and can do.
avatar for Andrea Wilson Vazquez

Andrea Wilson Vazquez

Technology Integration Specialist, Osseo Area Schools
Technology integration specialist, blogger, coder, co-teacher / collaborator, lifelong learner, and edtech enthusiast!


Sunday December 7, 2014 8:30am - 11:30am
Greenway G

8:30am

Learn to Love Google Forms
Limited Capacity seats available

Learn how to love Google Forms in your classroom, professional development, coaching and advising. This pre-conference session is for the beginner to intermediate user in every role from the classroom teacher to media specialist to athletic director. We will begin by learning to make a simple form and move up the SAMR ladder with 50 examples of how forms can help transform your classroom and professional development. Learn how to use a form to create a word cloud, evaluate a movie, comment on a drawing, vote for the Homecoming Royalty and more!

Speakers
avatar for Dihanna Fedder

Dihanna Fedder

District Technology Integrationist, Pine City
Dihanna is a mother of two sons and one four-legged genius. Dihanna is a new grandmother and will happily share pictures of her beautiful grandson! She taught Spanish for 26 years and holds a MEd in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis on technology from the University of Minnesota... Read More →


Sunday December 7, 2014 8:30am - 11:30am
Greenway F

8:30am

Making the Most of Google Apps for Education
Limited Capacity seats available

Tap into the advanced features of Google Apps for Education. Review the basics of Google Apps, learn about 21st century etiquette, explore the connects apps and extensions offered through Google Apps and the Chrome Web-store, and demonstrate your knowledge through a guided playground of activities. Presented by a technology integrationist and a Google-Qualified individual, this workshop will develop skills that you are ready to implement! Bring your laptop loaded with Chrome and your Google Apps for Education log-in information for a blended learning style session.

Speakers
avatar for Dave Blanchard

Dave Blanchard

District Curriculum Coordinator, Cambridge-Isanti Schools
I am a District Curriculum and PD Coordinator for Cambridge-Isanti Schools. I am very excited to have the opportunity to be involved education during a time where incredible technology is in the hands of students! I enjoy exploring the latest pieces educational technology and collaborating... Read More →


Sunday December 7, 2014 8:30am - 11:30am
Greenway B

8:30am

The Networked Educator
Limited Capacity seats available

The role of teacher has changed dramatically since the use of the Internet has become commonplace to find information. Although this access to information has changed schools dramatically, the access to each other is much more powerful and profound in our work. In this workshop, George will show you "why" you should connect, and then lead work through tools such as Twitter and Blogging so that you are no longer isolated in your role as an educator. Please bring a laptop or tablet to the session and create a Twitter account beforehand, if you do not already have one.

Speakers
avatar for George Couros

George Couros

George Couros is a leading educator in the area of innovative leadership, teaching, and learning. He has worked with all levels of school, from K-12 as a teacher, technology facilitator, and school and district administrator, and is the author of the book, The Innovator’s Mindset; Empower... Read More →


Sunday December 7, 2014 8:30am - 11:30am
Northstar Ballroom A

8:30am

Top Ten Mac and iOS Apps for 21st Century Teaching and Learning
Limited Capacity seats available

Participants in this workshop will explore 10 top digital tools that will enhance and support student learning. Time will be provided to explore each app so participants are comfortable using them after returning to school. Suggestions will be given for ways each app will strengthen your knowledge as you work to meet the needs of your 21st century learners and educators. Participants will need to be able to access the app store on their device. Tools introduced will be available on both Mac computers and iOS devices.

Speakers
avatar for Laurie Conzemius

Laurie Conzemius

Ed Tech Consultant, Laurie Conzemius LLC
I love discussing the tools, resources, and technologies that can improve teaching and learning. I feel fortunate to represent Minnesota educators as an ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education) board member. Ask me about our resources - and join me at the premier international... Read More →


Sunday December 7, 2014 8:30am - 11:30am
Greenway C

8:30am

Chrome and Google Apps in Your Classroom
Limited Capacity seats available

Chromebooks in your classroom? Discover why Google Chrome has become the most used Internet browser in the world and in classrooms. Learn how to personalize and tweak Chrome to make the most out of everything you do online. We will address the following topics based on Marzano’s work on teaching with technology through learning apps that include Chrome: tracking student progress, identifying critical information, organizing physical layout of classroom, comparing similarities and differences. Dive into the Chrome Web Store and explore useful apps and extensions. Bring your own laptop or Chromebook.

Speakers
avatar for Angie Kalthoff

Angie Kalthoff

Technology Integrationist, St. Cloud Area School District
Hi! I am a Technology Integrationist for the St.Cloud Area School District. I am also a Google Innovator and Code.org Affiliate. I like to learn from others and share my knowledge for fun. I think it is important to take learning into your own hands and seek out new information... Read More →
avatar for Eric Simmons

Eric Simmons

Director of Technology, Princeton Public Schools
Eric is the Director of Technology for Princeton Public Schools in Princeton, Minnesota and a Google for Education Certified Innovator. A former social studies teacher, he leads technology leadership and instruction in PreK-12 settings. His recent interests include leveraging digital... Read More →


Sunday December 7, 2014 8:30am - 3:30pm
Lake Superior B

8:30am

Making Works! Design Thinking in Maker Classrooms
Limited Capacity seats available

Are you curious about the Maker Movement in education? Interested in collaborating with like-minded educators? Do you like fun? This workshop is your chance to get started with in-person training and mentoring surrounding the Maker Movement and Design Thinking. We'll dig into making tools, both digital and traditional, and practice using the design thinking theory to make these experiences meaningful in the classroom.

Speakers
avatar for Leslie Pralle

Leslie Pralle

Instructional Technology Consultant, Prairie Lakes AEA
Prior to joining Prairie Lakes AEA as an Instructional Technology Consultant in August 2013, Leslie Pralle Keehn taught middle and high school Social Studies and middle school technology courses at Northeast Hamilton CSD in Blairsburg, Iowa. After taking on a leadership role in professional... Read More →


Sunday December 7, 2014 8:30am - 3:30pm
Northstar Ballroom B

12:30pm

21st Century Differentiated Instruction
Limited Capacity seats available

Join us for an interactive workshop where you’ll have the time to learn how to take differentiated instruction to a new level: use innovative technology tools that promote 21st century skills; dialogue about its role in professional development; and compare notes as to how it could enhance technology integration. Differentiated Instruction focuses on designing instruction to ensure that all students can learn. The workshop will end with participants developing a “So what?” statement about what they have learned and at least one action item.

Speakers
VJ

Vivian Johnson

Associate Dean/Professor, School of Education Hamline University
Associate Dean of Technology and Learning/Associate Professore at School of Education Hamline University     For more information and resources, go to http://wiki.ties.k12.mn.us/


Sunday December 7, 2014 12:30pm - 3:30pm
Greenway C

12:30pm

Developing Google Leader Superpowers (Part 2 of Developing Google Leaders)
Limited Capacity seats available

Discover Google Superpowers in this 3-hour workshop which enable leaders using Google to hit one button and send personalized/individualized messages to 75 recipients simultaneously. Instructional leaders, whose job entails bringing others into awareness of digital strategy to impact instruction, will develop easily accomplished and incredibly effective ways to collect relevant and real-time data and then immediately disseminate it in a personalized and customized fashion.

Speakers
avatar for Marti Sievek

Marti Sievek

Instructional Technology Coordinator, Mankato Area Public Schools


Sunday December 7, 2014 12:30pm - 3:30pm
Greenway A

12:30pm

Engaging Students through eBooks and ePubs
Limited Capacity seats available

This hands-on session will provide educators with the tools and skills needed to create your own, or have your students design and develop, digital eBooks, etextbooks and ePubs. Learn how to design, develop and embed widgets to bring your digital books to life and engage your students in literacy, comprehension, and development of 21st century skills. Samples created by teachers and students will be shared.

Speakers
avatar for Jenna Linskens

Jenna Linskens

District Instructional Technology Coach, Seymour Community School District
Dr. Jenna Linskens is an Instructional Technology Coordinator with the Seymour Community School District. She also provides trainings and is a consultant to school districts in technology integration, instructional design, and e-learning in education. With a MAEd in Curriculum & Instruction... Read More →


Sunday December 7, 2014 12:30pm - 3:30pm
St. Croix

12:30pm

Engaging Students with Apptivities
Limited Capacity seats available

Learn how apptivities can promote students’ use of multiple iOS applications to create, evaluate, refine, and publish content to meet Common Core and State Standards. This hands-on workshop will have you creating content-rich activities and digital products to meet the needs of students of all ability levels. Teachers will leave with lesson ideas and experience with multiple apps to use in all content areas.

Speakers
avatar for Justine Schrader

Justine Schrader

District Technology Integration Specialist, Le Sueur-Henderson Public Schools,


Sunday December 7, 2014 12:30pm - 3:30pm
Greenway G

12:30pm

Explain Everything for Familiar and Advanced Users
Limited Capacity seats available

This session is intended for participants who consider themselves either familiar with the Explain Everything app or advanced users of the open-ended screencasting and interactive whiteboard tool. Engaging in a combination of individual activities and group mini-projects that mix and meld Explain Everything with a variety of other design and media-making tools, participants will walk away with new ideas for their own instructional practice as well as for student-created projects. A tablet device with Explain Everything (a paid app) installed is necessary for fully engaged participation.

Speakers

Sunday December 7, 2014 12:30pm - 3:30pm
Regency

12:30pm

Managing Your Digital Life with iOS
Limited Capacity seats available

Join us as we explore how to leverage our digital devices to enhance our personal and professional lives. Learn through discussion, hands-on learning, and intentional tangents as we look at the iPhone and iPad. Explore advanced calendar features including notifications and alerts. Learn productivity apps such as Evernote and its family of tools. Delve into social networking for professional growth, with a focus on Twitter as well as associated apps to connect and extend our professional learning networks. We will have work time throughout to create accounts, explore and gain confidence.

Speakers
avatar for Sean Martinson

Sean Martinson

Principal, Murphy Elementary
Sean Martinson is a northern Minnesota husband, father, and Elementary School Principal. He has four amazing children and is currently the Principal at Murphy Elementary School in Grand Rapids, Minnesota. Sean holds a Masters Degree in Educational Leadership and Technology, Bachelors... Read More →


Sunday December 7, 2014 12:30pm - 3:30pm
Greenway B

12:30pm

Multi-Media Creation Tools on the iPad
Limited Capacity seats available

Take your classroom iPad use to the next level. Learn creation tools for you and your students that will move you and them from content consumers to creators. We will take an in-depth look at approximately 20 app/web tools, how to use them, and give examples of how to embed their use into your curriculum. You will leave this session with great ideas to start using in your class right after the conference.

Speakers
avatar for Brad Scherer

Brad Scherer

Instructional Tech Ninja, Sartell- St. Stephen Schools
Brad Scherer is a recovering high school social studies/business teacher and currently a ninja of instructional technology with Sartell Schools. In this role, he facilitates the integration of technology into current and new curriculum with over 100 staff members, assists in the management... Read More →


Sunday December 7, 2014 12:30pm - 3:30pm
Greenway E

12:30pm

Using Web 2.0 Tools for Digital Storytelling Across the Curriculum
Limited Capacity seats available

This workshop on creating digital stories is intended for users of Chromebooks and laptops and will use both Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy and the SAMR model. Digital storytelling can be used as an assessment at all grade levels to showcase student mastery of content knowledge. This workshop will include the process of planning a digital story while introducing mobile tools and apps to use in producing and creating the stories. Participants will be able to create different types of digital stories: personal narratives, stories that inform/instruct, and stories that document an event. A list of online tools will be provided prior to the workshop in order to register for them in advance.

Speakers
avatar for Kathy Schrock

Kathy Schrock

Keynote Speaker, Kackl!
Kathy Schrock has been a school district Director of Technology, an instructional technology specialist, and a middle school, academic, museum, and public library librarian. She is currently an online adjunct graduate-level professor for Wilkes University (PA) and an independent educational... Read More →


Sunday December 7, 2014 12:30pm - 3:30pm
Northstar Ballroom A