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Friday, August 25
 

7:30am

Registration and Bagels
Grab your badge and meet the other attendees before our sessions kick off!

Friday August 25, 2017 7:30am - 8:30am
Gaylord Foyer

8:15am

Welcome
Friday August 25, 2017 8:15am - 8:45am
Gaylord Auditorium Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

8:45am

8/25 Keynote: The Experience You Want to Create: Articulating Outcomes and Understanding Variables

What do you want your students to experience under your guidance? What outcomes have you set forth for them? For yourself? Reshan will share some stories that dissect creative and instructional design processes that aim to clear the way for the modern educator — who by default is also a modern learner.



Speakers
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Reshan Richards

Faculty, Columbia University



Friday August 25, 2017 8:45am - 9:45am
Gaylord Auditorium Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

10:00am

I Can See Clearly Now - Digital Sketchnotes for Visualizing Learning
Interested in using digital sketchnotes either personally or with your students, but don’t know how to get started? This session will share easy ideas and resources to quickly begin using sketchnotes in your classroom. Participants will explore what a sketchnote is and why research identifies it as a powerful learning strategy to organize and document thinking, ideas, reading, and listening. They will learn about the basic components of a sketchnote and tools/apps needed/helpful to begin creating digital sketchnotes on an iPad with their students. They will discover resources, lessons, video tutorials, and examples from the presenter and her students (including a complete sketchnote course in iTunesU) on which will equip them to launch sketchnoting in their classroom. Bring your iPad or tablet and get ready to sketch!

Speakers
avatar for Karen Bosch

Karen Bosch

PreK - 8 Technology Instruction, Southfield Christian School


Friday August 25, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
ECH 325 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

10:00am

The Instructional Design Worry List
We have to make the best of the content we provide for our students. So how can we use visual literacy best practices to model effective communication strategies to ensure that our students not only understand what is expected of them but can carefully execute an assignment without confusion or need for constant clarity? Don’t miss these tried and true practices developed through research-based strategies and honed through actual student classroom encounters. By the end of this session… you will be singing, but now I know this… I know that you have to chunk info, provide visual cues and revise text/formatting… so take me off your worry list…. I know I’ll be fine. ;)

Speakers
avatar for Lisa Johnson

Lisa Johnson

Educational Technologist, @TechChef4u
Lisa has 16+ years of edu experience. She holds a Master's Degree in Curriculum, Instruction, & Tech, was featured in the publications "iPads in Education for Dummies” and “The Missing Voices in Ed Tech” and has co-authored the global hit “Hot Apps 4 HOTS.” ADE, PBS Dig... Read More →


Friday August 25, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
ECH 334 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

10:00am

'A Day In the Life' of a music teacher
Using iPad apps for educators to inspire student exploration with music and art.  Please have Garage Band and Clips downloaded to your iPad. 

Speakers

Friday August 25, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
ECH 223 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

10:00am

A Groovy Guide to Technology Integration Through the Eyes of Pete the Cat
Learn and be inspired from the book “Pete the Cat’s Groovy Guide to Life”. Attendees will see exciting ways to integrate technology in the classroom. Using technology as a tool, participants will have the chance to explore creative apps and use the Seesaw app as a tool to share. Try out these activities and take back a list of apps to use later.

Speakers
TG

Tonya Gaunt

Tech Integration Specialist, Clinton Public Schools


Friday August 25, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
ECH 229 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

10:00am

Diver Down with Tech Ed
Early Childhood Showcase
Stop by and check out educational technology for your classroom or maker space. See fun ways to create centers using technology and offer alternative ways to encourage kids to learn math, reading, collaboration and critical thinking. Tiggly, Osmo, Square Panda, Play Doh Touch and Augmented Reality will be set up for you to have a hands on experience with the latest Educational Technology.

Speakers
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Stacy Stice

Scholatic Foundation Architect, OneU


Friday August 25, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
Gaylord Hall of Fame Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

10:00am

Code and Roll All Nite: Coding in a Second Grade Classroom
We will introduce several different coding resources for elementary students including: Code Monkey, OSMO coding and Dash Robot. Attendees will get insight on how we use coding in our second grade classrooms and explore the different resources.

Speakers
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Brandi Criminger

2nd grade teacher, Arthur Elementary OKCPS
2nd grade teacher at Arthur Elementary School in OKCPS. We have been 1:1 iPads for going on 3 years.



Friday August 25, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
ECH 265 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

10:00am

#Amazeballs
The most #Amazeballs session you will ever attend

Speakers
avatar for Scott Haselwood

Scott Haselwood

Director of Instructional Technology, USAO
Scott is an educator who looks for ways to break outside the box and work inside the system. He is an educational technology evangelist working on his PhD in Educational Technology. In his own words "I've been dropping knowledge bombs in education for over 20 years. Recent bom... Read More →



Friday August 25, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
Gaylord Studio D Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

10:00am

No OneNote Like You!
It's been a long time apart! Come learn to use Microsoft OneNote for your classroom. This session will focus on how teachers can guide students in taking amazing notes, even sketchnotes, and collaborate with their friends to complete assignments.

Speakers
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Jun Kim

Director of Technology, Moore Public Schools


Friday August 25, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
Gaylord 1130 Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

10:00am

The MOTOWN Culture: How Culture Makes All The Difference
Is your classroom engagement not as effective as you imagined? Are your staff meetings missing the teamwork and culture? This session provides practical
ways to establish and maintain culture using energizers, anecdotes, examples and protocols. This is definitely not a “sit and get” session! Be prepared to have fun as we learn together.

Speakers
avatar for Andre Daughty

Andre Daughty

Presenter, AndreDaughty.Org
Andre Daughty knows how to give the audience a great time! He takes the complicated and makes it simple to understand as he pulls from his experiences in education to take his audience on an emotional and humorous journey. His engaging, yet practical style has earned him invitations as speaker in various arenas... Read More →


Friday August 25, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
Gaylord Auditorium Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

10:00am

Visit The Dark Side of the Moon with Virtual Field Trips
Explore ways to include virtual field trips into your lessons and content areas. We will experience a virtual field trip in this session!


Friday August 25, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
ECH 250 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

10:00am

“GoogleDoc Super Star, That Is What You Are:” Get #HyperDocED
File cabinet curriculum collects dust. Hyperdocs grow and streamline instruction. Educators balance the responsibility of classroom management and providing students with skills that transfer to tasks and work beyond the classroom. Classroom management extends beyond students and now includes technology. This session will demonstrate how to create and use interactive agendas (through GoogleDocs) that connect learning through linked resources and online discussion. Participants will interact in a tutorial tour of how to use GoogleDoc table of contents, headers, and symbols/icons to create a stylized agenda and document templates.
Whether teachers are implementing a 1:1 program or a #BYOD-friendly classroom, learning to incorporate hyperdocs as an organization tool benefits teachers and students. Teachers can keep curriculum and instructional tools fresh and up-to-date while modeling organization and how to use technology for professional and academic purposes. It’s also an effective way to keep students, parents, and administrators informed about the learning happening in the classroom.

Speakers
JF

Josh Flores

Josh Flores has no super powers and not nearly enough training, but has learned a lot in 3+ years as the Director of Secondary ELA for the Office of Curriculum and Instruction at the Oklahoma State Department of Education. Collaborating with educators across the state has left Jo... Read More →
avatar for Lara Searcy

Lara Searcy

English Education Specialist, NSU
PhD Candidate (#TeamDrLara); EnglishEd Specialist (#NSUEngEd,#OKLAED,#ELAOK); #INTJ; mom, teacher, reader, writer, planner hiker, overthinker


Friday August 25, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
Gaylord 1120 Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

10:00am

Inside the Classroom
This session, Inside the Classroom, will focus on bringing external information and people into the classroom to enhance instruction. Topics that will be covered are: video conferencing tools, virtual reality tools, and classroom websites/hosts.

Speakers

Friday August 25, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
ECH 270 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

10:00am

Vendor Hall
Friday August 25, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
Gaylord Foyer

11:15am

University One Store Digital Playground
Not digging the sessions?  Come play with as the Univeristy One Store Digital Playground! 


Friday August 25, 2017 11:15am - 12:15pm
Gaylord Hall of Fame Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

11:15am

More Than a Feeling: Engaging Movie-Making on iPads and Chromebooks
Making a movie just got easier! Learn how to use the free, BYOD-friendly Spark Video to make movies. Students can use this tool on iPads, Chromebooks, or any web-browser. Dr. Monica Burns will share easy steps for setting up K-12 students with success as they record their voice, add images and video clips, text and icons to their creation.

Speakers
avatar for Monica Burns

Monica Burns

EdTech & Curriculum Consultant, Class Tech Tips, LLC
Dr. Monica Burns is a curriculum and educational technology consultant, Apple Distinguished Educator and founder of ClassTechTips.com. As a classroom teacher, Monica used one-to-one technology to create engaging, standards-based lessons for students. Monica has presented to teach... Read More →


Friday August 25, 2017 11:15am - 12:15pm
ECH 325 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

11:15am

Appetite for Instruction: Get your Message Across Better
Whether delivering instruction, creating video-based teaching materials, or simply communicating your ideas, you can get your message across better by incorporating thoughtful visual and empathy-driven design. Inspire understanding in your learners by being more authentic, immediate, and delightful.

This hands-on session will explore some best practices for designing slides and documents, creating screencasts, and using doodles to communicate ideas.

Speakers
RR

Reshan Richards

Faculty, Columbia University


Friday August 25, 2017 11:15am - 12:15pm
ECH 334 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

11:15am

Science is Real: STEAM in Early Childhood
In the spirit of the They Might Be Giants song "Science is Real" -- participants will engage in hands-on opportunities to explore and play with STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, mathematics) materials that can be used with early childhood students. Come play, learn, and experience...science is real!

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Holly Moore

Dr. Holly Moore

Educational Technologist, Eanes ISD
For over 20 years, Dr. Holly Carrell Moore has taught in public and private schools, serving in multiple roles including music teacher, librarian/instructional technology specialist, classroom teacher, and Head Start teacher. She has also taught pre-service teachers at the Unive... Read More →


Friday August 25, 2017 11:15am - 12:15pm
ECH 265 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

11:15am

'Faith No More' in those 'Little Boxes'
Out of the box ways to allow students to show what they know. Allowing students to use their multiple intelligence to master topics and standards proved hard to track at first, but now my students wow me every time I turn around.

Speakers
avatar for Erin Barnes

Erin Barnes

Epic Charter School
Erin is a teacher at Epic Charter. She has worked with at-risk and National Honor Society students. She is passionate about teaching, meeting children where they are and building them to their fullest potential. Erin believes this is best done by personalizing the instruction thr... Read More →


Friday August 25, 2017 11:15am - 12:15pm
ECH 270 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

11:15am

Goodness gracious great balls of fire, Seesaw will rattle your brain!
This interactive session will rattle the minds of the participants with 21st Century skills as they interact with Seesaw as a student, brainstorm ways to use Seesaw for their discipline, and see sample work created by students.

Speakers
AH

Audrey House

Teacher, Enid Public Schools


Friday August 25, 2017 11:15am - 12:15pm
Gaylord 1120 Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

11:15am

Green Screen Magic
Your K-12 students can easily create videos for storytelling, book reviews, historical reenactments, weather reports and more using Green Screen Technology. We will show you how to create awesome videos with an iPad, some cool apps and various inexpensive green screen backgrounds.

Speakers
avatar for Janet Corder

Janet Corder

J2 Training


Friday August 25, 2017 11:15am - 12:15pm
Gaylord Studio D Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

11:15am

Rock the CanVa
Rock the CanVa is a sit and get presentation using Canva as a platform for Project Based Learning. You and your students will create masterpieces using this app to show both learning and growth. Canva is a free graphic-design tool website. It has over a million photographs, graphics, and fonts. Canva can be used by just about anyone. The easy to use set-up allows you to drag and drop to create incredible pieces of design. These projects can range from infographics to resumes and anything else you or your students can think of. Using Canva as a part of Project Based Learning will not only peak your students interest but engage them in authentic learning, all the while being fun and letting them tap into their creative sides. Rock the CanVa will be a rockin’ good time!

Speakers
avatar for Amber Donaldson

Amber Donaldson

Director of Secondary Language Arts, Oklahoma State Department of Education


Friday August 25, 2017 11:15am - 12:15pm
Gaylord 1130 Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

11:15am

“Gettin’ #Bitmoji Wit It:” Using Bitmojis to Create IllustratED Rubrics
This session will focus on how to create personalized rubrics that provide: 1) a coherent set of criteria for evaluating students' work that 2) includes illustrated descriptions of performance levels through the use of 3) expressive cartoon characters called Bitmojis! Rubrics are supposed to be descriptive, not evaluative, so enhance your knowledge of how to assess student performance by creating caricatures that illustrate your expectations of performance levels.

Moderators
avatar for Lara Searcy

Lara Searcy

English Education Specialist, NSU
PhD Candidate (#TeamDrLara); EnglishEd Specialist (#NSUEngEd,#OKLAED,#ELAOK); #INTJ; mom, teacher, reader, writer, planner hiker, overthinker

Speakers
JF

Josh Flores

Josh Flores has no super powers and not nearly enough training, but has learned a lot in 3+ years as the Director of Secondary ELA for the Office of Curriculum and Instruction at the Oklahoma State Department of Education. Collaborating with educators across the state has left Jo... Read More →


Friday August 25, 2017 11:15am - 12:15pm
ECH 275 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

11:15am

IIID Printer Apptivities
How do I use a 3D printer in my classroom? We have lessons for integrating a 3D printer that are intended to meet the needs of the regular classroom teacher.


Friday August 25, 2017 11:15am - 12:15pm
ECH 250 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

11:15am

Pour Some BookSnaps On Me
This session is a hands on interactive workshop where educators use Snapchat to create Booksnaps. What are Booksnaps? They are student created snaps (pictures) that highlight quotes/important text from literature using Snapchat with emojis and bitmojis. Booksnaps enable students to immerse themselves in the curriculum. It encourages relationship building with classmates through meaningful interactions with their peers. But most important it gives students choice. Students will be the lead decision maker in this activity. They decide what is important and meaningful to them.

Speakers
avatar for Dalton Savage

Dalton Savage

Teacher, Piedmont Public Schools



Friday August 25, 2017 11:15am - 12:15pm
ECH 223 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

11:15am

Thinkin' Park: Creative Brainstorming for Your Classroom
In this presentation, you will learn about the nation’s creativity crisis and how it affects problem-solving in your classroom. Then, participate in simple creative fluency exercises that you can bring back to your classroom to help your students creatively brainstorm solutions to problems as well as topics for projects. Three apps are used to help bring creative thinking to your classroom. Mind Vector and MindMeister for brainstorming and concept mapping and Stormboard for brainstorming and collaboration.

Speakers
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Cat Jackson

Active Learning Fellow, Center for Teaching Excellence / University of Oklahoma
Cat Jackson is a Ph. D. student in the Instructional Psychology and Technology program at the University of Oklahoma. She discovered her passion for educational technology when teaching in K12 before eventually working as a technology specialist in higher education. Cat has exper... Read More →


Friday August 25, 2017 11:15am - 12:15pm
ECH 229 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

11:15am

Vendor Hall
Friday August 25, 2017 11:15am - 12:15pm
Gaylord Foyer

12:30pm

Lunch On Your Own
Friday August 25, 2017 12:30pm - 1:30pm
TBA

12:45pm

Talk with a Kahn Academy Ambassador
Speakers
avatar for Erin Barnes

Erin Barnes

Epic Charter School
Erin is a teacher at Epic Charter. She has worked with at-risk and National Honor Society students. She is passionate about teaching, meeting children where they are and building them to their fullest potential. Erin believes this is best done by personalizing the instruction thr... Read More →


Friday August 25, 2017 12:45pm - 1:15pm
Gaylord Foyer

1:45pm

University One Store Digital Playground
Not digging the sessions?  Come play with as the Univeristy One Store Digital Playground! 


Friday August 25, 2017 1:45pm - 2:45pm
Gaylord Hall of Fame Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

1:45pm

Into the Notebook
I’m just a normal girl. That sank when I went digital. My notes need to be paper. No Evernote… #scrapnotes rule. Without washi tape and Papermate pens… I can’t remember a darn thing. Maybe notes could be Instagrammed. Like to share and inspire away. Do you lose things in Evernote and Google Docs? Do you lament when you can’t sketch note with actual pens, paper, and washi tape? Do you need a better way to organize your thoughts, ideas, book summaries, and notes? Then this session is for you. Let’s go analog and learn how to life and productivity hack your note-taking practices. But wait… there’s more.. you can take the analog and digitize it too…! Bring your pens, paper, and iPad and dive in to the world of notable note-taking!

Speakers
avatar for Lisa Johnson

Lisa Johnson

Educational Technologist, @TechChef4u
Lisa has 16+ years of edu experience. She holds a Master's Degree in Curriculum, Instruction, & Tech, was featured in the publications "iPads in Education for Dummies” and “The Missing Voices in Ed Tech” and has co-authored the global hit “Hot Apps 4 HOTS.” ADE, PBS Dig... Read More →


Friday August 25, 2017 1:45pm - 2:45pm
ECH 334 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

1:45pm

The Shape of Things to Come: Learning in 3D!

Curious about getting started with 3D printing? This session will share from a beginner's perspective how 3D printing can impact learning in K-8 classrooms. We'll share lessons, resources, apps and hints from our first year using a 3D printer and offer projects that connect 3D design with creative writing.

Speakers
avatar for Karen Bosch

Karen Bosch

PreK - 8 Technology Instruction, Southfield Christian School


Friday August 25, 2017 1:45pm - 2:45pm
ECH 325 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

1:45pm

Early Child O' Mine
If you are an early childhood teacher, come discover ways to use iPads in your classrooms! We will integrate activities from all content areas and provide connections to small groups, centers, and whole group instruction.


Friday August 25, 2017 1:45pm - 2:45pm
ECH 250 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

1:45pm

Rock iTunes U
iTunes U provides many options for education, both as a learner and an educator. Learn about the OER resources available, many free, and learn how to set up your own iTunes U course. We will also explore features that allow you search age appropriate apps and iTunes U courses.

Speakers
avatar for Kym Tinsley

Kym Tinsley

Instructional Technology Coordinator, Tahlequah Public Schools


Friday August 25, 2017 1:45pm - 2:45pm
ECH 229 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

1:45pm

Some Like it Hot!
“Some like it hot, and some sweat when the heat is on. Some feel the heat and decide that they can’t go on.” In this interactive session, we will find out who is the hottest by using a wireless temperature probe, an iPad, and the Vernier Go Wireless Temp app. You will use the probe to collect data and the iPad and app to instantly graph those data. Using mathematics and computational thinking, you will interpret the data and construct a scientific argument based on the evidence collected in the investigation. We will also discuss the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats of using these technologies in the elementary school science classroom. This session may be beneficial for pre-service teachers who are looking for authentic ways to incorporate science, probeware, and iPads in your lesson plans.

Speakers
KF

Kelly Feille

Assistant Professor, University of Oklahoma
Kelly Feille is an assistant professor of science education in the Department of Instructional Leadership and Academic Curriculum within the Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education at OU. She teaches undergraduate science education courses and specializes in elementary science edu... Read More →
TA

Timothy A. Laubach

Associate Professor, University of Oklahoma - JROCE - ILAC-Science Education


Friday August 25, 2017 1:45pm - 2:45pm
ECH 265 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

1:45pm

Digital Tools to Strutt Your Stuff
There are tons of digital tools that allow your students to demonstrate mastery of a skill or their newest acquired knowledge. These tools can be used for a presentation, to create a website, make a cartoon or timeline and much more. In this session, we will discover some of the best apps and websites that allow students to be creative as they “strut their stuff” and show the world what they know!

Speakers
avatar for Janet Corder

Janet Corder

J2 Training


Friday August 25, 2017 1:45pm - 2:45pm
Gaylord 1120 Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

1:45pm

Interactive Presentations within Google!
This session will show you how to get individuals involved with your presentation. Come learn how to use PearDeck. I will show you an interactive presentation that will keep your attention. Then I will show you how to create a basic presention you can use the next day.

Speakers
AR

Adam Rogers

CTE Technology Resource Coordinator, Oklahoma City Public Schools
 I have been in education for 6 years.  I taught Business Computer at Capitol Hill HS in Oklahoma City for 3 years. I am now the CTE Technology Resource Coordinator for the Career Technologist department at Oklahoma City Public Schools. I have been involved with EdCampOKC and EdCampCTE... Read More →


Friday August 25, 2017 1:45pm - 2:45pm
Gaylord 1130 Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

1:45pm

Sweet Emojicon: Personalizing Your iPad
Get to know your iPad with an Apple Systems Engineer!

Speakers
AS

Apple Systems Engineer

He's like Prince. We aren't licensed to use his name


Friday August 25, 2017 1:45pm - 2:45pm
ECH 223 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

1:45pm

Kilroy will be here to meet Mr. Roboto, will YOU?
Attendees will learn to CODE robots (with iPads and other devices) and experience how to use Hands-on-Robotics in a STEM, Math, Technology or regular classroom, after school program and/or coding-STEM club. Experience how teaching coding using the Junior Botball Challenge curriculum is easy for elementary students and teachers even those with zero experience with coding or robots.

Learn how easily the Oklahoma Academic Standards for Math can be met through coding robots. Hear how using text based coding and the Junior Botball Challenge curriculum helps students improve their attention to detail, develop algorithms to solve problems, learn to persevere and accept failure as part of problem-solving.

Discover what the Junior Botball Challenge is and how your school or club can get involved. 

Speakers
CG

Carol Goodgame

Carol Goodgame is a STEM Coordinator at the KISS Institute for Practical Robotics. | | Mrs. Goodgame transitioned from teaching to a STEM Specialist at OU where she helped design and provide professional development for teachers. She volunteered for 7 years in the 6-12th grade... Read More →


Friday August 25, 2017 1:45pm - 2:45pm
ECH 270 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

1:45pm

Domo Arigoto Mr Roboto
What skills and concepts can be explored by robots in the classroom? More than you might think.You can use a robot in literature and history classes, use a robot to help teach graphs, not to mention programming. This session will examine a few robots and how the ipad helps make them accessible to a wide range of students and curriculum.

Speakers
AC

Adam Carr

Computer Science Teacher, Bridge Creek High School
As a computer science teacher I believe a big part of my role is to make opportunities for students to discover their power to create. I scaffold the skeleton of skill, they build a body of awesome. The science in computer science implies computers are a tool for creating new abi... Read More →


Friday August 25, 2017 1:45pm - 2:45pm
ECH 275 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

1:45pm

Principals Expectations of Your Tech Skills
This session will discuss the typical expectations of new teachers and technology from the perspective of school leadership.  What do you need to do to be a technology superstar in your principal’s eyes.

Speakers

Friday August 25, 2017 1:45pm - 2:45pm
Gaylord Studio D Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

1:45pm

Vendor Hall
Friday August 25, 2017 1:45pm - 2:45pm
Gaylord Foyer

3:00pm

University One Store Digital Playground
Not digging the sessions?  Come play with as the Univeristy One Store Digital Playground! 


Friday August 25, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Gaylord Hall of Fame Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

3:00pm

Walk This Way to Master an Easy Drag & Drop Website Creator for Teachers and Students
Want to create a class website but not sure where to start? Join Dr. Monica Burns as she shares how to design a website with the totally free Adobe Spark tools for iPads and Chromebooks. With now experience in HTML or coding necessary, teachers who bring a device to this session will leave with their very own class website and ideas for student projects.

Speakers
avatar for Monica Burns

Monica Burns

EdTech & Curriculum Consultant, Class Tech Tips, LLC
Dr. Monica Burns is a curriculum and educational technology consultant, Apple Distinguished Educator and founder of ClassTechTips.com. As a classroom teacher, Monica used one-to-one technology to create engaging, standards-based lessons for students. Monica has presented to teach... Read More →


Friday August 25, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm
ECH 334 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

3:00pm

All you need is love (and data): Collecting information to support young children’s development
All you do really need is love, and sometimes that comes in the form of collecting young children's words and work. When we better understand who they are and how they think, we can better support their learning, development and growth. Come explore some ways to collect young children's stories and thinking!

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Holly Moore

Dr. Holly Moore

Educational Technologist, Eanes ISD
For over 20 years, Dr. Holly Carrell Moore has taught in public and private schools, serving in multiple roles including music teacher, librarian/instructional technology specialist, classroom teacher, and Head Start teacher. She has also taught pre-service teachers at the Unive... Read More →


Friday August 25, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm
ECH 270 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

3:00pm

Creating with iPads in Elementary
Creating on an iPad in 1st grade. Learn how to assign and instruct students to do a project on their iPad. See how easy it is for students to complete an assignment and get it to you easily.


Friday August 25, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm
ECH 325 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

3:00pm

1984 NO MORE! Using Robots in the 2017 Classroom!
Model Lessons for integrating Spheros and/or Blubots across content areas for various grade levels. We will provide you with the opportunity to try out some robots in authentic learning situations.


Friday August 25, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm
ECH 250 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

3:00pm

Break(outEDU) on Through to the Other Side
BreakoutEDU is an awesome game format that allows you and your students to escape boring classroom routines with challenges. In this session, we will play a mini game followed by a tutorial on how to find games, build your own box, and run your own game.

Speakers
VP

Vanessa Perez

Tech Integration & Library Media Specialist, Clinton Public Schools


Friday August 25, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Gaylord Studio D Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

3:00pm

Low Cost Student Engagement Tools
Research indicates that student success is bolstered when they are actively engaged in their learning. This session provides an overview of free/low-cost tools such as Kahoot! and Plicker for engaging students in any classroom setting.
Student response systems (clickers) allow instructors to gather instantaneous feedback on a student’s level of comprehension. This type of feedback gives instructors the ability to be agile in their teaching, allowing them to review concepts that students may be struggling to understand. Additionally, students gain deeper insights into their depth of knowledge on a subject. This insight empowers students to seek out additional help when needed.

Speakers
KB

Kevin Buck and Derek Mehl

Technology Strategist, University of Oklahoma


Friday August 25, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Gaylord 1120 Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

3:00pm

More than OneDirection with OneNote
Using Microsoft's OneNote on an iPad gives students and users multiple ways to capture, record, and document content in innovative ways. This session will explore the many uses of OneNote on the iPad and its intergration into Office 365.

Speakers
avatar for Kenton Brice

Kenton Brice

Digital Resources Librarian, University of Oklahoma College of Law


Friday August 25, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm
ECH 229 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

3:00pm

Stop the Sound of Silence
Do students appear 'comfortably numb'? Get them moving by rocking out in this session. Learn a few improve games to get the 'sound of silence' broken in the classroom. Don't 'stop believing' that you can find simple tools to get you out of the 'black hole sun' to use music in transitions, leaving, and arriving.

Speakers
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Tana Ruder

Instructional Support Specialost, USD 259


Friday August 25, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm
ECH 275 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

3:00pm

We Built This Classroom on Rock and Roll
The Innovation Hub is a maker space with a focus towards entrepreneurship, but also has a heavy focus on education. Free to students and the public, people can get help and instruction on new technologies, including 3D printing, laser cutting, virtual reality, woodworking, and more. Pre-service teachers can utilize this space now to become better prepared for their future classrooms. Save money by making future classroom materials. Further yourself by learning some of the most innovative technology with people available to help with any questions you have. 

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Miranda Hannon

K12 Education Designer, Innovation Hub
Alexis Heuangsayaseng and Miranda Hannon are both seniors enrolled in JRCoE, working at the Innovation Hub as K12 Curriculum Designers. Alexis is studying to be a math teacher, while Miranda is studying to be a biology teacher. Both are currently involved in NASA Mission to Plane... Read More →
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Alexis Heuangsayaseng

K12 Curriculum Designer, Innovation Hub
Alexis Heuangsayaseng and Miranda Hannon are both seniors enrolled in JRCoE, working at the Innovation Hub as K12 Curriculum Designers. Alexis is studying to be a math teacher, while Miranda is studying to be a biology teacher. Both are currently involved in NASA Mission to Plane... Read More →


Friday August 25, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm
ECH 265 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

3:00pm

Digital publication from scratch? No problem!
A digital publication can be an excellent way to showcase work you or your students have completed in any subject and at any level of instruction. But maybe you think you don't have the skills to create a digital publication or it will be too expensive. False and false. With the right tools (namely an iPad, a few apps and some free software), a beginner can create a professional-quality digital publication for no cost. Work from a creative writing class can become a digital literary magazine. The outcome from a semester-long project can become an online newsletter. Your amazing lesson plans can become a blog for other teachers to visit and discuss ideas. Do you have a journalism class, but no funds for printing? The answer is an online news publication. The potential for digital publications related to course content is limitless, just like you and your students' creativity.


Friday August 25, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm
ECH 223 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

3:00pm

Vendor Hall
Friday August 25, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Gaylord Foyer

4:15pm

Monica Burns: A Day in the Life with Tasks Before Apps: Designing Rigorous Learning in a Tech-Rich Classroom
When we place tasks before apps we value the importance of identifying goals for students and elevating traditional experiences with digital tools. The purposeful design of tech-rich learning experiences can enhance classroom collaboration and honor curiosity in the context of creation experiences for students. Dr. Monica Burns will introduce a framework for examining technology integration to empower students as creators and collaborators while spotlighting the free, BYOD-friendly Spark tools. With thoughtful planning and purposeful connection to learning objectives, students can become creators in your classroom as they explore content in any subject area.

Speakers
avatar for Monica Burns

Monica Burns

EdTech & Curriculum Consultant, Class Tech Tips, LLC
Dr. Monica Burns is a curriculum and educational technology consultant, Apple Distinguished Educator and founder of ClassTechTips.com. As a classroom teacher, Monica used one-to-one technology to create engaging, standards-based lessons for students. Monica has presented to teach... Read More →


Friday August 25, 2017 4:15pm - 5:00pm
Gaylord Auditorium Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication
 
Saturday, August 26
 

7:30am

Registration
Grab your badge and meet the other attendees before our sessions kick off!

Saturday August 26, 2017 7:30am - 8:30am
Gaylord Foyer

8:15am

Welcome
Saturday August 26, 2017 8:15am - 8:45am
Gaylord Auditorium Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

8:45am

Josh Flores
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Josh Flores

Josh Flores has no super powers and not nearly enough training, but has learned a lot in 3+ years as the Director of Secondary ELA for the Office of Curriculum and Instruction at the Oklahoma State Department of Education. Collaborating with educators across the state has left Jo... Read More →


Saturday August 26, 2017 8:45am - 9:15am
Gaylord Auditorium Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

9:15am

Karen Bosch: Knowing and Showing: Creating Digital Learning Artifacts
How can we help our students to visualize their learning and “show what they know?” Illustrating, narrating, and animating are three powerful strategies that can be used with digital tools to deepen and document learning. Karen Bosch will share a variety of creative projects from her students demonstrating how these strategies can be used to make and publish learning artifacts.

Speakers
avatar for Karen Bosch

Karen Bosch

PreK - 8 Technology Instruction, Southfield Christian School


Saturday August 26, 2017 9:15am - 9:45am
Gaylord Auditorium Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

10:00am

Don't Stop Believin': Students Can Create In Every Subject Area
Students of all ages have a story to tell! From personal narratives in the English Language Arts classrooms to the steps of an experiment in a Science classroom. Join Dr. Monica Burns for an overview of the totally free Adobe Spark tools for iPads and Chromebooks. This session will introduce Spark Video movie-making tool, Spark Page website builder tool, and Spark Post image creator tool.

Speakers
avatar for Monica Burns

Monica Burns

EdTech & Curriculum Consultant, Class Tech Tips, LLC
Dr. Monica Burns is a curriculum and educational technology consultant, Apple Distinguished Educator and founder of ClassTechTips.com. As a classroom teacher, Monica used one-to-one technology to create engaging, standards-based lessons for students. Monica has presented to teach... Read More →


Saturday August 26, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
ECH 334 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

10:00am

Apple of My Eye
If you are can rock out Apple programs and Apps on either Mac or IOS you can earn a free certification as an Apple Teacher. In this session we will outline the program http://appleteacher.apple.com and show you how to you both learn and show what a Rockstar you are!

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Theresa Cullen

Dr. Theresa Cullen

Associate Professor, University of Oklahoma
Dr. Theresa Cullen, is an Associate Professor at the Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education. She is an Apple Distinguished Educator and passionate about technology in education.



Saturday August 26, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
Gaylord 1120 Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

10:00am

Born to Draw: Animating Thinking with iPad
Doodles, diagrams, images, and movement can convey a message and meaning in ways that text and words alone may not be able to. We'll explore approaches that students and teachers can use for visualizing ideas and demonstrating understanding through sketch notes, animated whiteboarding, and screencasting.

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Reshan Richards

Faculty, Columbia University


Saturday August 26, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
ECH 325 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

10:00am

ClipSteria
A simple and interactive approach to using the app, CLIPS.
Create and develop Rocking lesson plans that will keep your students in “tune” with their content. Your backstage pass will include a full breakdown of the technical approach to using the app in addition to walking away with some new ideas for lesson plans to tryout in your classroom.

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avatar for Chris Kalinski

Chris Kalinski

iTech Coach, Norman Public Schools
For the better part of two decades, I’ve strived to combine the best parts of education, entertainment and a love of technology to motivate and inspire all learners. I love movies, puns, and basketball.


Saturday August 26, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
Gaylord Studio D Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

10:00am

See RED HOT CHILLI PEPPERS in EC with TechEd
Seesaw and Book Creator have become my #1 apps in my classroom, we use them daily as they offer great flexibility to create things with images, sounds, text, videos, etc. They are great for any age and grade level, if my 4 year olds can use them you can too! Our 5th graders use them and even High School students. In this presentation I will show you how I have used them to create lessons, for my meeting times with math and ELA instructions, assessment tools, intervention tools, as a way to create and share projects, and so much more, there is really no limit to what you can do with these apps.

I will include samples from my students and we will work together through a lesson to give you first hand experience, so bring your Seesaw already downloaded. (Other apps might be suggested or shown as part of some app smashing that has happened in my classroom)

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Angela Martinez

Teacher, Stanley Hupfeld Academy


Saturday August 26, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
Gaylord 2025

10:00am

All Eyez On Me
The session will show how Nearpod and Showbie can be used to keep students engaged in the early/elementary classrooms, while providing opportunities to assess quickly and provide feedback. Also, the session will give a brief idea of how Seesaw can be used to assess various skills.

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Tasha Jefferson

First Grade Teacher, Clinton Public Schools


Saturday August 26, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
ECH 265 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

10:00am

Code the World
What is coding? Why is it important? Why should I be coding in class? We will look at how coding fits into an early childhood and elementary classrooms and why you don't have to be a hacker to write code. Participants will get hands on experience with various apps and various unplugged lessons. We will look a Bee Bots, Dash and Dot, and Ozobots. We will learn how to connect these robots, and the unplugged coding, to literacy through retelling, and story development. We will connect the robots and unplugged activities to math for problem solving. All three robots will be used to show word identification, story path, beginning-middle-end and retelling. We will also learn the equivalent using unplugged methods.

Speakers
avatar for Kym Tinsley

Kym Tinsley

Instructional Technology Coordinator, Tahlequah Public Schools


Saturday August 26, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
Gaylord 2020

10:00am

Minecraft: I Wanna Block!!
Explore Minecraft and connections to the classroom with this student-led session. We will provide ideas for using Minecraft across the curriculum and provide insight into the world of Minecraft.


Saturday August 26, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
ECH 250 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

10:00am

24K Magic with Google for iPad
Google + iPads = Yes! This session will discuss the benefits of using G Suite on iPads to engage students, encourage creativity and collaboration, and streamline student work flow. Ideas, tips and tricks for all ages, grades and subjects will be shared.

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Jeni James

Instructional Technologist, Putnam City Schools


Saturday August 26, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
ECH 270 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

10:00am

Every Rose Has It's Thorns
Your students can do great things with iPads. iPads in the hands of your students can make you want to tear your hair out. Here are our best tips and tricks for helping your organize your class in a way that will allow you to enjoy the iPads as much as your students will.

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Charri Stratton

Director of Instructional Technology, Putnam City Schools


Saturday August 26, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
ECH 275 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

10:00am

Put a Pencil to Your Temple, Connect It To Your Brain
Want to learn what's up with sketchnoting? This hands-on session will cover the basics of visual notetaking with an emphasis on ideas, not art. (Please download the Paper by 53 app beforehand. A stylus is highly recommended.)

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Vanessa Perez

Tech Integration & Library Media Specialist, Clinton Public Schools


Saturday August 26, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
Gaylord Agency Room

10:00am

Tweedle Dee - Twitter PD: An Untapped Resource
This session will walk the learner through how to set up a Twitter account and how to use Twitter as a personal, professional development network. I will share how to find great Twitter Chats, tools for keeping up with chats, and how to create lists to follow education experts and trends. This session will utilize Nearpod to engage the audience with the content.

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Audrey House

Teacher, Enid Public Schools


Saturday August 26, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
ECH 223 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

10:00am

'STEM Rocks'
"STEM Rocks" - I would like to present on how our STEM program started, the organization, scheduling, materials and some of the creations that have been completed within our STEM program. I would also like to share a little on our school news team, where and we started and where we hope to go from this point.

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Sarah Peffer

STEM Director, Merritt


Saturday August 26, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
Gaylord 2030

10:00am

OKWIT - Oklahoma Women in Tech
Panel of Women In Tech members discussing how we can work together & how we can share our skills & share our passion for students. 

Speakers
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Brandi Semore

President & Co Founder of OKWIT


Saturday August 26, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
Gaylord Auditorium Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

10:00am

Rock n' Code, All Day Long
Come to the University One Store Digital Playground for some hands on fun with robotics like Sphero and Ollie.  Explore the different types of robots and their coding apps and learn ways to incorporate coding into your curriculum. 

Speakers
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Stacy Stice

Scholatic Foundation Architect, OneU
LT

Lisa Tomas

Community Outreach Leader, OneU


Saturday August 26, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
Gaylord Hall of Fame Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

10:00am

The skills to working a MacBook
You have a Macbook so now what? If you would like to learn some simple and feasible ideas for being more productive on your Mac, come listen and share. This will be an open, collaborative session in which participants will receive simple ideas they could easily implement, but will also be encouraged to share ideas with attendees. 

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Jonathan Atchley

I am a middle school principal, but first and foremost I am a husband and father. Since the onset of my career I have enjoyed helping people and making learning experiences authentic.


Saturday August 26, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
Gaylord 1130 Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

10:00am

Thinkin' Park: Creative Brainstorming for Your Classroom
In this presentation, you will learn about the nation’s creativity crisis and how it affects problem-solving in your classroom. Then, participate in simple creative fluency exercises that you can bring back to your classroom to help your students creatively brainstorm solutions to problems as well as topics for projects. Three apps are used to help bring creative thinking to your classroom. Mind Vector and MindMeister for brainstorming and concept mapping and Stormboard for brainstorming and collaboration.

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Cat Jackson

Active Learning Fellow, Center for Teaching Excellence / University of Oklahoma
Cat Jackson is a Ph. D. student in the Instructional Psychology and Technology program at the University of Oklahoma. She discovered her passion for educational technology when teaching in K12 before eventually working as a technology specialist in higher education. Cat has exper... Read More →


Saturday August 26, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
ECH 229 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

11:15am

I Want Something Just Like Osmo...
Come play with Osmo at the University One Store's Digital Playground.  Find out why Osmo is hands down the most requested classroom set! 

Saturday August 26, 2017 11:15am - 12:15pm
Gaylord Hall of Fame Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

11:15am

The Instructional Design Worry List
We have to make the best of the content we provide for our students. So how can we use visual literacy best practices to model effective communication strategies to ensure that our students not only understand what is expected of them but can carefully execute an assignment without confusion or need for constant clarity? Don’t miss these tried and true practices developed through research-based strategies and honed through actual student classroom encounters. By the end of this session… you will be singing, but now I know this… I know that you have to chunk info, provide visual cues and revise text/formatting… so take me off your worry list…. I know I’ll be fine. ;)

Speakers
avatar for Lisa Johnson

Lisa Johnson

Educational Technologist, @TechChef4u
Lisa has 16+ years of edu experience. She holds a Master's Degree in Curriculum, Instruction, & Tech, was featured in the publications "iPads in Education for Dummies” and “The Missing Voices in Ed Tech” and has co-authored the global hit “Hot Apps 4 HOTS.” ADE, PBS Dig... Read More →


Saturday August 26, 2017 11:15am - 12:15pm
ECH 334 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

11:15am

The Shape of Things to Come: Learning in 3D!

Curious about getting started with 3D printing? This session will share from a beginner's perspective how 3D printing can impact learning in K-8 classrooms. We'll share lessons, resources, apps and hints from our first year using a 3D printer and offer projects that connect 3D design with creative writing.

Speakers
avatar for Karen Bosch

Karen Bosch

PreK - 8 Technology Instruction, Southfield Christian School


Saturday August 26, 2017 11:15am - 12:15pm
ECH 325 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

11:15am

Another App in the Wall
I will show you how I use various apps in my classroom, including but not exclusive to Showbie (a paperless classroom app), TinyTap (self made educational game app), PicCollage/PicKids (cool applications for the classroom), Epic (a book loaded reading app), and a few honorable mentions if time allows.

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Saturday August 26, 2017 11:15am - 12:15pm
Gaylord 2030

11:15am

Podcasting: Improve Student Literacy Skills with iPad Audio
Description: Learn how to help students improve their literacy skills by creating and sharing a regular classroom podcast! Come learn how we use the free Opinion app (on the teachers iPhone) to create and publish our podcasts during our closing meeting. Learn how we set up our shows and how students are developing their oral fluency and communication skills through our radio show.

Speakers
avatar for Shelly Fryer

Shelly Fryer

3rd Grade Teacher, Casady School
Shelly Fryer (@sfryer) is a teacher, author, speaker, and advocate for children. She teaches at Casady School.  Shelly’s passion is helping her students love learning. She believes student learning in the classroom should be engaging.


Saturday August 26, 2017 11:15am - 12:15pm
Gaylord 2025

11:15am

AI / VR How they Can Rock your World
Speakers
avatar for Kim Thomas

Kim Thomas

Sr Technololgy Strategist, University of Oklahoma
As Senior Technology Strategist for Academic North, Kim focuses on building and maintaining partnerships between OU IT and the Academic North Colleges. Kim has been recognized for her exceptional leadership, self motivation and her ability to communicate effectively with people... Read More →


Saturday August 26, 2017 11:15am - 12:15pm
Gaylord 2020

11:15am

How to Create a Rockin' Website!
Become the leader of the band with this in depth presentation on the role of a good website in your school. Learn effective communication using your school website to save time and increase learning. Refresh your knowledge on website basics, Google Suite integration, new tools, & how to use E-Notes to quickly contact parents, teams & organizations. With Gabbart Communications' toolset, you can pack the house and rock them out!

Speakers
avatar for Teddy Gabbart

Teddy Gabbart

President, Gabbart Communications
Teddy began his EdTech career while in high school in the mid-80's, where he helped his mother by putting her student’s grades into an Apple IIe Gradebook program. Teddy comes from an education family, where 9 immediate family members are educators. From this environment, he... Read More →


Saturday August 26, 2017 11:15am - 12:15pm
ECH 265 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

11:15am

OklaSaid: Live and Unplugged
Scott Haselwood and Erin Barnes hosts of the OklaSaid podcast will be taking on your questions live. Come at us with anything you want to know about teaching, gamifying, podcasting, flipping, or #OklaEd related.

Speakers
avatar for Erin Barnes

Erin Barnes

Epic Charter School
Erin is a teacher at Epic Charter. She has worked with at-risk and National Honor Society students. She is passionate about teaching, meeting children where they are and building them to their fullest potential. Erin believes this is best done by personalizing the instruction thr... Read More →


Saturday August 26, 2017 11:15am - 12:15pm
Gaylord Agency Room

11:15am

The MOTOWN Culture: How Culture Makes All The Difference
Is your classroom engagement not as effective as you imagined? Are your staff meetings missing the teamwork and culture? This session provides practical
ways to establish and maintain culture using energizers, anecdotes, examples and protocols. This is definitely not a “sit and get” session! Be prepared to have fun as we learn together.

Speakers
avatar for Andre Daughty

Andre Daughty

Presenter, AndreDaughty.Org
Andre Daughty knows how to give the audience a great time! He takes the complicated and makes it simple to understand as he pulls from his experiences in education to take his audience on an emotional and humorous journey. His engaging, yet practical style has earned him invitations as speaker in various arenas... Read More →


Saturday August 26, 2017 11:15am - 12:15pm
Gaylord Auditorium Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

11:15am

“GoogleDoc Super Star, That Is What You Are:” Get #HyperDocED
File cabinet curriculum collects dust. Hyperdocs grow and streamline instruction. Educators balance the responsibility of classroom management and providing students with skills that transfer to tasks and work beyond the classroom. Classroom management extends beyond students and now includes technology. This session will demonstrate how to create and use interactive agendas (through GoogleDocs) that connect learning through linked resources and online discussion. Participants will interact in a tutorial tour of how to use GoogleDoc table of contents, headers, and symbols/icons to create a stylized agenda and document templates.
Whether teachers are implementing a 1:1 program or a #BYOD-friendly classroom, learning to incorporate hyperdocs as an organization tool benefits teachers and students. Teachers can keep curriculum and instructional tools fresh and up-to-date while modeling organization and how to use technology for professional and academic purposes. It’s also an effective way to keep students, parents, and administrators informed about the learning happening in the classroom.

Speakers
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Josh Flores

Josh Flores has no super powers and not nearly enough training, but has learned a lot in 3+ years as the Director of Secondary ELA for the Office of Curriculum and Instruction at the Oklahoma State Department of Education. Collaborating with educators across the state has left Jo... Read More →
avatar for Lara Searcy

Lara Searcy

English Education Specialist, NSU
PhD Candidate (#TeamDrLara); EnglishEd Specialist (#NSUEngEd,#OKLAED,#ELAOK); #INTJ; mom, teacher, reader, writer, planner hiker, overthinker


Saturday August 26, 2017 11:15am - 12:15pm
ECH 270 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

11:15am

Domo Arigoto Mr Roboto
What skills and concepts can be explored by robots in the classroom? More than you might think.You can use a robot in literature and history classes, use a robot to help teach graphs, not to mention programming. This session will examine a few robots and how the ipad helps make them accessible to a wide range of students and curriculum.

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Adam Carr

Computer Science Teacher, Bridge Creek High School
As a computer science teacher I believe a big part of my role is to make opportunities for students to discover their power to create. I scaffold the skeleton of skill, they build a body of awesome. The science in computer science implies computers are a tool for creating new abi... Read More →


Saturday August 26, 2017 11:15am - 12:15pm
Gaylord Studio D Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

11:15am

Legos: Not Just Another Brick in the Wall
Participants will explore the opportunities that Legos offer for integrating hands-on learning with technology integration in multiple subject areas.


Saturday August 26, 2017 11:15am - 12:15pm
ECH 250 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

11:15am

5 Tools That Will Make You a Presentation Rock Star!
Tools for technology trainers and administrators. If you ever have to lead a training or presentation on your campus you need to come to this session. Help reach and engage your learners. Need to make some text huge on your screen? Trying to get everyone in the room on the same page quickly? Need to send out screen captured gifs? Learn how to schedule tweets during your presentation and about another option instead of using stock photos.

Speakers
avatar for Haley Wallace

Haley Wallace

Professional Development Instructor, Tulsa Technology Center
Haley Wallace is a part-time Professional Development Instructor at Tulsa Technology Center. Previously, she was a K-12 Technology Teacher in Texas and Oklahoma. She has presented on multiple occasions at ISTE( International Society for Technology in Education), TCEA (Texas Com... Read More →


Saturday August 26, 2017 11:15am - 12:15pm
ECH 229 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

11:15am

One More Thing. Mac Tips for Beginners and Old Hands Alike
Come learn from an Apple Systems engineer the ins and out of a Macbook and the power that it holds. 

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Apple Systems Engineer

He's like Prince. We aren't licensed to use his name


Saturday August 26, 2017 11:15am - 12:15pm
Gaylord 1130 Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

11:15am

Stevie Nicks and MacBook Tricks
My session will include an overview of basic MacBook tools, apps and websites that I use in my classroom in a 1:1 MacBook environment.

Speakers
avatar for Allison Biederstadt

Allison Biederstadt

Teacher, Maryetta School
I teach U.S. History and Reading to 7th & 8th at a 1:1 school. Looking for new and interesting ways to use technology in my classroom.


Saturday August 26, 2017 11:15am - 12:15pm
Gaylord 1120 Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

11:15am

BYOD and the Mobile Classroom
This session focuses on the use of Mobile Apps for the Classroom. Learn how to leverage technology as you move toward a mobile classroom. Discover apps students can use to collect data, conduct research, and submit work. Great for Android, Chrome, or iOS users.  

Speakers
avatar for Shawn Beard

Shawn Beard

IT Director, Sand Springs Schools
Shawn Beard is the Techy Coach. Shawn has been in education since 1996. He holds a BS in Education and a Masters in Curriculum & Instruction with a focus on Technology Integration. He is also a Google for Education Certified Trainer, specializing in Google Apps for Education and... Read More →


Saturday August 26, 2017 11:15am - 12:15pm
ECH 275 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

11:15am

Pour Some BookSnaps On Me
This session is a hands on interactive workshop where educators use Snapchat to create Booksnaps. What are Booksnaps? They are student created snaps (pictures) that highlight quotes/important text from literature using Snapchat with emojis and bitmojis. Booksnaps enable students to immerse themselves in the curriculum. It encourages relationship building with classmates through meaningful interactions with their peers. But most important it gives students choice. Students will be the lead decision maker in this activity. They decide what is important and meaningful to them.

Speakers
avatar for Dalton Savage

Dalton Savage

Teacher, Piedmont Public Schools



Saturday August 26, 2017 11:15am - 12:15pm
ECH 223 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

12:30pm

Lunch Provided by Sooner Legends
Cool wraps, chips, and brownies will be provided by Sooner Legends! 

Saturday August 26, 2017 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Inasmuch Commons (Next to the Auditorium) Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communications

12:45pm

Apple Teacher
Speakers
avatar for Dr. Theresa Cullen

Dr. Theresa Cullen

Associate Professor, University of Oklahoma
Dr. Theresa Cullen, is an Associate Professor at the Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education. She is an Apple Distinguished Educator and passionate about technology in education.


Saturday August 26, 2017 12:45pm - 1:15pm
Gaylord Foyer

12:45pm

Book Signing with Barnes and Noble
Visit Barnes and Noble in our Vendor Fair to purchase Monica, Lisa, and Reshan's book and have them sign it on the spot! 

Speakers
avatar for Monica Burns

Monica Burns

EdTech & Curriculum Consultant, Class Tech Tips, LLC
Dr. Monica Burns is a curriculum and educational technology consultant, Apple Distinguished Educator and founder of ClassTechTips.com. As a classroom teacher, Monica used one-to-one technology to create engaging, standards-based lessons for students. Monica has presented to teach... Read More →
avatar for Lisa Johnson

Lisa Johnson

Educational Technologist, @TechChef4u
Lisa has 16+ years of edu experience. She holds a Master's Degree in Curriculum, Instruction, & Tech, was featured in the publications "iPads in Education for Dummies” and “The Missing Voices in Ed Tech” and has co-authored the global hit “Hot Apps 4 HOTS.” ADE, PBS Dig... Read More →
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Reshan Richards

Faculty, Columbia University


Saturday August 26, 2017 12:45pm - 1:15pm
Gaylord Foyer

12:45pm

Talk with a Seesaw Ambassador
Speakers
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Audrey House

Teacher, Enid Public Schools


Saturday August 26, 2017 12:45pm - 1:15pm
Gaylord Foyer

12:45pm

Not another Brick in the Wall
LEGO Education utilizing the EV3 Intelligent Brick or the WeDo Smart Hub connected with LEGO Building elements to experience applied coding controlling a LEGO Education robotic model.  Explore, Create, Share!

Speakers
avatar for Kelly Reddin

Kelly Reddin

Global Master Trainer, LEGO Education
As a Global Master Trainer, I have the good fortune to work with teachers and administrators all over the U.S. and beyond. As a former elementary and middle school teacher, I know first hand that teachers need tools to help students succeed by getting them engaged and enthusiast... Read More →
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Stephen Shumaker

Account Manager, LEGO Education
LEGO® Education combines the unique excitement of LEGO bricks with hands-on classroom solutions for science, technology, engineering, math, and literacy. We focus on providing high-quality education solutions that appeal to a variety of learning styles and for all educational le... Read More →


Saturday August 26, 2017 12:45pm - 1:15pm
Gaylord Foyer

1:45pm

AR/VR: Shake Your Imagination
Get down in your classroom with Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality! 

Speakers
SS

Stacy Stice

Scholatic Foundation Architect, OneU
LT

Lisa Tomas

Community Outreach Leader, OneU


Saturday August 26, 2017 1:45pm - 2:45pm
Gaylord Hall of Fame Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

1:45pm

Into the Notebook
I’m just a normal girl. That sank when I went digital. My notes need to be paper. No Evernote… #scrapnotes rule. Without washi tape and Papermate pens… I can’t remember a darn thing. Maybe notes could be Instagrammed. Like to share and inspire away. Do you lose things in Evernote and Google Docs? Do you lament when you can’t sketch note with actual pens, paper, and washi tape? Do you need a better way to organize your thoughts, ideas, book summaries, and notes? Then this session is for you. Let’s go analog and learn how to life and productivity hack your note-taking practices. But wait… there’s more.. you can take the analog and digitize it too…! Bring your pens, paper, and iPad and dive in to the world of notable note-taking!

Speakers
avatar for Lisa Johnson

Lisa Johnson

Educational Technologist, @TechChef4u
Lisa has 16+ years of edu experience. She holds a Master's Degree in Curriculum, Instruction, & Tech, was featured in the publications "iPads in Education for Dummies” and “The Missing Voices in Ed Tech” and has co-authored the global hit “Hot Apps 4 HOTS.” ADE, PBS Dig... Read More →


Saturday August 26, 2017 1:45pm - 2:45pm
ECH 334 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

1:45pm

Anarchy in the Pre-K
A child’s potential is only limited by our imaginations. If that’s the case, it’s time we reimagined early childhood education. Instead of sticking to the clichéd Pre-K curriculum of farm animal noises & nursery rhymes, you can be exposing your students to their dreams, inspiring their passions and helping them take control of their futures! Even at the youngest age, your students can be rock stars (literally)! In this session, learn how to direct your own classroom music videos & help your students become the youngest creators on YouTube!

Einstein said, “The only source of knowledge is experience,” so in this session, participants will learn by doing! Using iPads, iMovie, & a green screen, we will plan and film our own music video so teachers learn the skills first-hand to create the next viral YouTube hit with their classrooms.

Kids seeing themselves on YouTube is like if you saw yourself on TV as a kid – it would be an unforgettable experience! Use this experience to teach your students about filming, acting, music, entrepreneurship, media literacy, and more!

If you want to use project-based learning to help your students become rock stars, this is the session for you!

Speakers
avatar for Jarred Geller

Jarred Geller

Founder, Punk Rock Preschool



Saturday August 26, 2017 1:45pm - 2:45pm
ECH 223 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

1:45pm

Technology and Innovation in Kindergarten.
Our Kindergarten class looks a little different from a traditional one. We are luck to learn in a 1-to-1 environment with iPads, and that is a big change! We love working with our electronic portfolio through Seesaw and getting achievements in ClassDojo. We love Game-based learning activities like Prodigy (we are working on 1st Grade skills!) and individualized learning through Lexia and Dreambox. We are also learning some first steps to coding with our Osmo toys and Dash and Dot. So we do a lot of things you might not be used to seeing in an Elementary School and we would love to share them with you!

Speakers
AJ

Alberto Jimenez

Teacher, OKCPS
Spanish elementary teacher working in OKCPS at Kindergarten level and implementing 1-to-1 iPad program through ConnectED grant in Arthur Elementary School. I´ve been using iPad as a tool for teaching and learning for 3 years and I am using SeeSaw as a digital portfolio tool with... Read More →


Saturday August 26, 2017 1:45pm - 2:45pm
ECH 325 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

1:45pm

Teach-nology
Explore hands-on activities that use the design process to engage the next generation of makers. You'll leave with a toolbox of maker and design education techniques after you work through the steps of innovation while tapping into your creativity and making students rock stars! Gather best practices for engaging K-5 students as empowered learners who construct knowledge, communicate effectively and share artifacts with authentic audiences.

Speakers
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Kym Tinsley

Instructional Technology Coordinator, Tahlequah Public Schools


Saturday August 26, 2017 1:45pm - 2:45pm
Gaylord 2030

1:45pm

Walk This Way: Beginning Steps for Using Social Media as an Educator
Social media is a free resource – But where do you start? This session will focus on how to START sharing resources, connecting globally and finding personalized PD through social media. Participants will walk away with a tool they can use and share with their campus. Platforms: Twitter, Facebook, Ning, Google+, Pinterest and Edmodo

Speakers
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Haley Wallace

Professional Development Instructor, Tulsa Technology Center
Haley Wallace is a part-time Professional Development Instructor at Tulsa Technology Center. Previously, she was a K-12 Technology Teacher in Texas and Oklahoma. She has presented on multiple occasions at ISTE( International Society for Technology in Education), TCEA (Texas Com... Read More →


Saturday August 26, 2017 1:45pm - 2:45pm
ECH 229 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

1:45pm

Green Screen Magic
Your K-12 students can easily create videos for storytelling, book reviews, historical reenactments, weather reports and more using Green Screen Technology. We will show you how to create awesome videos with an iPad, some cool apps and various inexpensive green screen backgrounds.

Speakers
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Janet Corder

J2 Training


Saturday August 26, 2017 1:45pm - 2:45pm
Gaylord Studio D Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

1:45pm

High Voltage! Circuits and Makey Makey
Come join us to learn about circuits and using makey makey in the classroom! We will explore activities to do with students involving music, games and circuitry. 


Saturday August 26, 2017 1:45pm - 2:45pm
ECH 250 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

1:45pm

iPad Game Jam
We will explore game design, digital storytelling, and basic coding as we sprint to develop basic text-based games and prototypes in under an hour. We will start our session with text-based game examples, learn the basics of Twine, and start planning the games we will create/prototype on our iPads. The rest of our session will be spent experimenting and creating games.

If you're seeking new ways to captivate your students in fun design projects, this is a great place to start, as we'll explore the intersection of writing, coding, and game design. Whether you're looking to facilitate project-based learning, host student-centered design projects, teach information/media literacy, (etc.) then this session is for you. Since Twine is a free/open source tool and works on inexpensive devices like iPads and chromebooks the barrier to produce games in the classroom has never been lower!

For a preview of our session, visit the http://eXperiencePlay.education website.

Speakers
avatar for Keegan Long-Wheeler

Keegan Long-Wheeler

Educational Technlogist, University of Oklahoma
Certified chemistry teacher. Ed Technologist & problem solver of last resort @TeachOU. Teacher of teachers. Let's make learning more fun, together! | | My favorite project at the moment is eXperience Play (https://experienceplay.education), a professional development progra... Read More →


Saturday August 26, 2017 1:45pm - 2:45pm
ECH 275 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

1:45pm

The Way to an 'A'-How to Help Your Students Succeed in School
Using the Alpha Plus model, teachers will learn how to teach to mastery the new Oklahoma Academic Standards.

Speakers
JB

Jan Barrick

CEO, Alpha Plus Educational Systems, Inc.


Saturday August 26, 2017 1:45pm - 2:45pm
Gaylord 2025

1:45pm

They Will Rock You - The Voice Thread Queens in Your Class
This session’s topic centers on the potential classroom applications of VoiceThread, a user-friendly, multi-purpose web 2.0 application that enables users to create their own aural/textual/video-based messages and then share, comment on, and evaluate other messages.
The purpose of this session is threefold:
(1) Sharing VoiceThread examples from classroom activities that the presenters have used over the last 3 years for ESL students of varying proficiency levels, goals and ages
(2) Facilitating audience exploration and creation of their own VoiceThread projects in groups
(3) Discussing and reflecting on the implications of this application in various contexts
Theoretical constructs such as metacognition (Flavell, 1976), interaction hypothesis (Long, 1996) and speaking equity (Norton, 2016) will be addressed.
Downloading the VoiceThread application to iPads/mobile devices and setting up a free account is recommended prior to the session. Note: For PCs, downloading is not necessary, just go to voicethread.com.

Speakers
TJ

Taewoong John Kim

Ph.D. Candidate, ILAC, OU


Saturday August 26, 2017 1:45pm - 2:45pm
ECH 270 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

1:45pm

Back in Mac
Diving deep into setting up your Mac when you first get it. Including desktop organization, iCloud, shortcuts and different ways to personalize your Mac to your teaching style.

Speakers
BB

Bailey Brown

Team Member, One University Store


Saturday August 26, 2017 1:45pm - 2:45pm
Gaylord 1120 Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

1:45pm

Interactive Presentations within Google!
This session will show you how to get individuals involved with your presentation. Come learn how to use PearDeck. I will show you an interactive presentation that will keep your attention. Then I will show you how to create a basic presention you can use the next day.

Speakers
AR

Adam Rogers

CTE Technology Resource Coordinator, Oklahoma City Public Schools
 I have been in education for 6 years.  I taught Business Computer at Capitol Hill HS in Oklahoma City for 3 years. I am now the CTE Technology Resource Coordinator for the Career Technologist department at Oklahoma City Public Schools. I have been involved with EdCampOKC and EdCampCTE... Read More →


Saturday August 26, 2017 1:45pm - 2:45pm
Gaylord 1130 Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

1:45pm

TEDxWallerMiddleSchool's Greatest Hits, Tricks, and Tips
Participants in this session will gain a full understanding of hosting a TEDx in their school. The presentation will include: how to apply for a license, choosing an Event name, Student and Adult TEDTalks, TED requirements and rules, entertainment, PR and social media, Video Recording and Posting to TED.com. We will share our tips and tricks for the full TEDx process and experience.

Speakers
C

Cristin

Cristin Ashcraft is the current Library Media Specialist for Waller Middle School in Enid, OK. She is also the Enid Public Schools Lead Library Media Specialist. Cristin has been at Waller for nine years and was the LMS for Heronville Elementary School in Oklahoma City for nine... Read More →


Saturday August 26, 2017 1:45pm - 2:45pm
Gaylord Auditorium Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

1:45pm

Every Picture Tells a Story, Don't it?
Combining elements of documentary making with digital storytelling, this session outlines ways students can use digital tools to tell their stories. This includes coming up with the story, designing narration, finding images, shooting video, and developing soundtracks. Included will be a discussion of Fair Use, a right that all teachers and students should be aware of.

Speakers
avatar for Ralph Beliveau

Ralph Beliveau

Assoc. Prof/Interim Associate Dean, Gaylord College
Dr. Beliveau is on faculty for the Gaylord College and affiliate faculty in both Film and Media Studies and Women’s and Gender Studies. He co-authored Digital Literacy: A Primer on Media, Identity, and the Evolution of Technology (2016) and co-edited the forthcoming collection... Read More →


Saturday August 26, 2017 1:45pm - 2:45pm
Gaylord 2020

1:45pm

U2 Can Learn with EV3
Come put your hands on robots and code to learn STEM. We will code the MINDSTORMS EV3 to see how close you can get to a target, using math and science along the way. Up for a little competition? How well can you park a robot? How close can you get to perfect?

See how much your students can learn in one lesson and how many areas you can take the next one. Our introductory activity is something you can replicate in your classroom or afterschool group immediately. So please join the fun!

Download the LEGO Education EV3 app (no charge) before you arrive so you can use your own device. Want to look at the curriculum - go to LEGOEducation.us and visit the Downloads section.

Speakers
avatar for Kelly Reddin

Kelly Reddin

Global Master Trainer, LEGO Education
As a Global Master Trainer, I have the good fortune to work with teachers and administrators all over the U.S. and beyond. As a former elementary and middle school teacher, I know first hand that teachers need tools to help students succeed by getting them engaged and enthusiast... Read More →


Saturday August 26, 2017 1:45pm - 2:45pm
ECH 265 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

3:00pm

A Groovy Guide to Technology Integration Through the Eyes of Pete the Cat
Learn and be inspired from the book “Pete the Cat’s Groovy Guide to Life”. Attendees will see exciting ways to integrate technology in the classroom. Using technology as a tool, participants will have the chance to explore creative apps and use the Seesaw app as a tool to share. Try out these activities and take back a list of apps to use later.

Speakers
TG

Tonya Gaunt

Tech Integration Specialist, Clinton Public Schools


Saturday August 26, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm
ECH 229 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

3:00pm

Great Technology Projects for Enriched Assessment
Whether you have iPads, Chromebooks, or other digital devices in your classroom, students can and shoud use them to make, create and share using technology as a powerful tool for assessment. Come learn about different technology projects which can be used for enriched assessment at all grade levels, in all content areas.

Speakers
avatar for Shelly Fryer

Shelly Fryer

3rd Grade Teacher, Casady School
Shelly Fryer (@sfryer) is a teacher, author, speaker, and advocate for children. She teaches at Casady School.  Shelly’s passion is helping her students love learning. She believes student learning in the classroom should be engaging.


Saturday August 26, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Gaylord 2025

3:00pm

#Amazeballs
The most #Amazeballs session you will ever attend

Speakers
avatar for Scott Haselwood

Scott Haselwood

Director of Instructional Technology, USAO
Scott is an educator who looks for ways to break outside the box and work inside the system. He is an educational technology evangelist working on his PhD in Educational Technology. In his own words "I've been dropping knowledge bombs in education for over 20 years. Recent bom... Read More →


Saturday August 26, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Gaylord Studio D Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

3:00pm

No Achy Breaky BUT Break(y)out EDU
Climb the stairway to heaven into the breakout world and definitely don't leave with an achy breaky heart. This immersive gaming platform will have you living in a prayer world while your students are engaged, collaborating, and with or without you, making inquiries.

Speakers
TR

Tana Ruder

Instructional Support Specialost, USD 259


Saturday August 26, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm
ECH 325 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

3:00pm

No OneNote Like You!
It's been a long time apart! Come learn to use Microsoft OneNote for your classroom. This session will focus on how teachers can guide students in taking amazing notes, even sketchnotes, and collaborate with their friends to complete assignments.

Speakers
JK

Jun Kim

Director of Technology, Moore Public Schools


Saturday August 26, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Gaylord 1130 Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

3:00pm

Rock Your Tech with (App)Smashing Pumpkins!
Why use 1 app when several are better? Increase student learning and engagement by giving students the chance to be creative. Use app combinations that encourage students to demonstrate knowledge on a deeper level while allowing the teacher to more effectively and efficiently assess mastery.

Speakers
JJ

Jeni James

Instructional Technologist, Putnam City Schools


Saturday August 26, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm
ECH 270 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

3:00pm

Rockin' Classroom Apps for Any Lesson!
Need some easy and free apps to take your lesson to the next level of engagement? We will be discussing several great apps that can easily be adapted to just about any lesson, in any subject, and just about any grade level from third grade up. I will have example lesson plans that have been successful in my classroom and that of some of my colleagues. QR code links will take you straight to the apps and a Google Drive folder of my presentation so you can go right back to your classroom and implement these the next day. I have used these apps to teach topics like theme, context clues, summarizing, character traits/motives, comparing and contrasting stories, making inferences and more!

Speakers
RM

Robin Muse

5th grader reading teacher, Cache Public Schools


Saturday August 26, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Gaylord 2030

3:00pm

Use Your Illusion with AR and VR
Experience the world of augmented reality and virtual reality and how to bring these into your classroom! This will be a hands on experience that will give you insight into curricular connections and introduce new technologies available for your classroom.


Saturday August 26, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm
ECH 250 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

3:00pm

iPad Essentials
With over 2 million apps in the App Store the options of which apps to use with you students can be overwhelming. Seven years into our iPad deployment we have developed a list of what we believe is essential for almost all iPad users that crosses grade and subject levels, while allowing students and teachers to get the most from their iPads.

Speakers
CS

Charri Stratton

Director of Instructional Technology, Putnam City Schools


Saturday August 26, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm
ECH 275 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

3:00pm

Mr. Roboto
Impacting math skills at the middle school level, using robots as a manipulative.

Speakers

Saturday August 26, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm
ECH 265 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

3:00pm

Oye cómo va.... Digital portfolios y Más Juegos
The presenter will demonstrate a variety of learning and engaging activities that can be modified to fit all levels of K-12 Language Learners using an assortment of electronic devices and technology in the classroom. This interactive session will include a brief overview of the activity plus step-by-step instructions on how to make and implement a variety of games, interactive programs and Apps (EdPuzzle, virtual field trips, Nearpod, spheros, Osmos and more). Digital Portfolio templates using ACTFL Can-Do Statements will also be shared. Attendees will receive links to the step-by-step instructions and have time to participate in the learning first hand.

Speakers

Saturday August 26, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Gaylord 2020

3:00pm

"Don't stop believing in Aerospace Education""?"
"This session will suggest different ways teachers can incorporate elements of aerospace education into their classrooms. Bring the wonder of NASA to life using methods that will inspire students to look beyond themselves in their learning. Topics that will be discussed will involve geocaching, geopets, aerial photography, satellite imagery, remote sensing, and more. The skills that are introduced in these activities are not limited to science classrooms. As a NASA Oklahoma Space Grant Consortium ambassador, I want to share the knowledge and experience that was taught to me and encourage others to find opportunities to include aerospace education into their curriculum.

Speakers
EI

Eman I. Beck

Pre-Service Science Teacher
"Eman I. Beck is a Chemical Biosciences major at the University of Oklahoma who is also receiving her certification to teach secondary Chemistry and Biology at the Jeanine Rainbolt College of Education. As a NASA Oklahoma Space Grant Consortium ambassador, she hopes to bring the... Read More →


Saturday August 26, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm
ECH 334 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

3:00pm

AQ/DK - On Tour Now w/ Inquiry & the Researchers
This session is like a rock'n'roll song. It has simple components that mash together in a way to create something catchy. Session goers will have an opportunity to create a research project using basic apps and websites while also asking students to drive most of the inquiry.

Kahoot was getting to be an overplayed song for my students. They were tuning out Google Docs so much that they were just becoming electronic worksheets. One day I asked my class, “What questions would you ask if you were making a quiz?” The ideas started forming and students were eager for direction. So I asked, ”What do we need to know about the history of Mexico?” The hunt was on!

Attendees will follow a lesson where students are asked to find topics that fall into one of five categories. The research gets even deeper and students are asked to form questions based on their topic. The class cross-examines each other’s information in search for information that might have been made into a quiz question. Finally, the whole class plays a game using all of the questions from the research! It's the ol' student-question-research-game routine!

Speakers
avatar for Kody Hookstra

Kody Hookstra

Middle School Journalism/Yearbook, Yukon Middle School
A little bit about me: I cheer for underdogs, overuse puns, and get obsessed with the effects of confidence on humans. Before teaching, I was a chef, bartender, brewer, caterer, marketer, musician, and business owner. This is my 3rd year in the classroom and I feel as though I... Read More →


Saturday August 26, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Gaylord Agency Room

3:00pm

Back in Blackout Poetry
Back in Blackout Poetry is a hands on session for English Language Arts teachers to engage students on a rockstar level! Students will tap into a creative part of their brain and also connect their understanding of a novel, article or any piece of text. Using the pages of an existing text, blackout poets isolate then piece together single words or short phrases from these texts to create lyrical masterpieces. Once these masterpieces have been made, they will use Google Docs to save their art piece and explain their “poem.” When the Google Doc has been created students will then share their work via Twitter, class Instagram pages and/or Google Classroom to make the lesson multimodal. Back in Blackout Poetry will give your students a chance to be lyrical geniuses or create poetry that even TuPac would envy.

Speakers
avatar for Amber Donaldson

Amber Donaldson

Director of Secondary Language Arts, Oklahoma State Department of Education


Saturday August 26, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm
ECH 223 Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education

4:15pm

Theresa Cullen
Speakers
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Dr. Theresa Cullen

Associate Professor, University of Oklahoma
Dr. Theresa Cullen, is an Associate Professor at the Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education. She is an Apple Distinguished Educator and passionate about technology in education.


Saturday August 26, 2017 4:15pm - 5:00pm
Gaylord Auditorium Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

4:15pm

Andre Daughty
Speakers
avatar for Andre Daughty

Andre Daughty

Presenter, AndreDaughty.Org
Andre Daughty knows how to give the audience a great time! He takes the complicated and makes it simple to understand as he pulls from his experiences in education to take his audience on an emotional and humorous journey. His engaging, yet practical style has earned him invitations as speaker in various arenas... Read More →


Saturday August 26, 2017 4:15pm - 5:00pm
Gaylord Auditorium Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

4:15pm

Erin Barnes
Speakers
avatar for Erin Barnes

Erin Barnes

Epic Charter School
Erin is a teacher at Epic Charter. She has worked with at-risk and National Honor Society students. She is passionate about teaching, meeting children where they are and building them to their fullest potential. Erin believes this is best done by personalizing the instruction thr... Read More →


Saturday August 26, 2017 4:15pm - 5:00pm
Gaylord Auditorium Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

4:15pm

Scott Haselwood: The Ditto Machine Had Its Day
Remember when ditto machines were used to create worksheets for students? Do you love the rotary phone and want to bring it back?  We live in an era that has given us a wealth of knowledge to harness. It's time to utilize what we have here and now and move our classroom structure into the present.

Speakers
avatar for Scott Haselwood

Scott Haselwood

Director of Instructional Technology, USAO
Scott is an educator who looks for ways to break outside the box and work inside the system. He is an educational technology evangelist working on his PhD in Educational Technology. In his own words "I've been dropping knowledge bombs in education for over 20 years. Recent bom... Read More →


Saturday August 26, 2017 4:15pm - 5:00pm
Gaylord Auditorium Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication

4:15pm

Vanessa Perez
Speakers
VP

Vanessa Perez

Tech Integration & Library Media Specialist, Clinton Public Schools


Saturday August 26, 2017 4:15pm - 5:00pm
Gaylord Auditorium Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication