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Friday, November 21
 

9:30am EST

Common Core Literacy Integration with App Flows
This presentation showcases an efficient way to integrate apps in all subjects with a focus on inclusion of Common Core literacy. Specifically this session will share digital tools and techniques for using the iPad to help students in any content area: use close reading skills to process complex texts; write with a variety of media tools; and use speaking and listening skills to process content. An App Flow lesson planning process will be shared as an efficient way to incorporate these strategies on a regular basis.

Speakers
avatar for Leslie Suters

Leslie Suters

Associate Professor, Tennessee Technological University


Friday November 21, 2014 9:30am - 10:45am EST
Concourse D Embassy Suites
 
Saturday, November 22
 

1:30pm EST

Removing the Shackles to the “Sage on Stage” Approach to Teaching
With the nascent, almost ubiquitous use of mobile devices and tablets in the K12 learning environment, it is vital teachers harness the necessary skills to modify current teaching practices. An observable gap in pedagogy is the creation and implementation of formative assessments. A critical edtech tool educators use to support, engage and formatively assess their students is TodaysMeet (https://todaysmeet.com). The TodaysMeet website, in conjunction with the Ipad, gives educators the freedom and opportunity to monitor, measure and redirect instruction when and where necessary in a seamless approach.


Saturday November 22, 2014 1:30pm - 2:45pm EST
Concourse D Embassy Suites

1:30pm EST

Rapping Across the Curriculum: Using Student Created Hip-hop to Express Content Understanding
You may have your own opinions about rap and hip-hop, but it’s a fact: "kids-these-days" are listening and loving it. Use that to your advantage in the classroom. Attending participants will be supplied with or made aware of the rubrics, assignment-sheets, incentives, and the apps and resources necessary to host a rap battle in their classroom. Examples of quality student work will be shared. There will also be a brief demonstration of how teacher-created raps can be used as teaching tools. If implemented in a structured, focused manner, student rap battles can be a fun, manageable, creative way to engender enthusiastic student participation and expression of content-mastery.

Speakers
avatar for Jeremy Hartzell

Jeremy Hartzell

Humanities Teacher, Thales Academy
Jeremy Hartzell teaches literature, history, and logic at Thales Academy High in Rolesville, NC. He earned a BA in English from Eastern Illinois University and an MA in English with a concentration in Creative Writing from East Carolina University. As a member of the Wake County Cohort... Read More →


Saturday November 22, 2014 1:30pm - 2:45pm EST
Cape Hatteras I Hampton Inn