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The Spring Midwest Summit is a two-day, hands-on conference focusing on integrating Google for Education in K-12 and Higher Ed learning environments. All presentations will be from Google for Education Certified Innovators and Certified Trainers, and local Googley talent!

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Monday, March 14
 

7:30am

Registration & Continental Breakfast
Monday March 14, 2016 7:30am - 8:30am
Sandstone Ballroom

8:30am

Welcome
Monday March 14, 2016 8:30am - 9:00am
Sandstone Ballroom

9:15am

Success! Using Google Apps to Support ALL Learners
Using the free, built in features of Google Apps for Education ALL students can experience success in our classrooms. This fast-paced session will highlight tips and tricks that we can use to assist students using the many tools available in Google Apps for Education. Chrome Apps and Extensions that are specifically targeted for students will be shared as well as tips on using Drive, Docs, and Forms to help our diverse learners.

Speakers
avatar for Tammy Lind

Tammy Lind

Technology Integration Coach, School District of South Milwaukee
Tammy Lind is currently a Technology Integration Coach in Southeastern Wisconsin. She is a Google Education Trainer and a Google Certified teacher. Tammy is also an Intel for Education Master teacher. | Prior to becoming a technology integration coach Tammy worked as an elementary classroom teacher, a special education teacher and a math specialist in the Milwaukee Public and South Milwaukee School Districts. It was during her time as a special... Read More →


Monday March 14, 2016 9:15am - 10:15am
Wilderness 4

9:15am

All In: Going 1:1 and Adding Tech Coaching in One Year
The primary purpose is to share our story of transitioning to a 1:1 environment and adding tech coaches in the same school year. These are two large scale initiatives. They are also initiatives that many schools have undertaken or are considering. One objective we have is that every attendee has take aways. Our story will include interaction with the audience gauging their place relative to our growth or their readiness for steps we have taken.
The audience will learn about the logistics of our 1:1 device distribution. We will share the plan and success we experienced in distributing just Chromebooks to 1,300 high school students. Included will be audience interaction (electronic poll) about the place a 1:1 pilot had or could have in their school. The audience will learn the benefits we saw in conducting our pilot.
The audience will be taken into the collaborative process that yielded our tech coaching team, model, and philosophy. During this portion of the presentations we will interact with the audience about writing a tech coach job description. Who fits the mold? What kind of people do we want? We will then discuss our experiences in putting together a tech coaching philosophy and model. The allocation of FTE toward the coaches is a major component of our philosophy. The take away here is essentially the importance, in our model, of tech coaches remaining in the classroom for some portion of their day. They are teacher coaches.
The final take away will involve a trip through the first year of tech coaching at Vernon Hills High School. Or philosophy was to engage teachers in reaching for the M and the R of the SAMR model. The focus of the tech coaches was on curriculum integration. We did not want to become workflow and tips/tricks experts. We truly wanted the model to focus on meaningful lesson enhancement using technology.
We do not think we are unique in this but it is not a common theme we hear from other tech coach models. We believe that our story will help some schools create a tech coaching model that is right for them.

Speakers
avatar for Sean Crevier

Sean Crevier

Tech Coach / Business Ed Teacher, Vernon Hills H.S.
High School Tech Coach / Bus & Acct FlipClass Teacher. TEDx Speaker, PD Consultant, & Keynote Speaker. APBP Trainer. #Busedu chat co-founder. TEDx Organizer. Google Certified Educator. Chrome Classroom Certified. When not working, I enjoy my family, golfing, food, watching sports, and being outdoors.
avatar for Joe OBrien

Joe OBrien

Assistant Principal for C & I, Vernon Hills High School


Monday March 14, 2016 9:15am - 10:15am
Tundra A/B

9:15am

Can you Breakout EDU 2?
Come experience the hot new Breakout EDU trend! You and other participants will take part in a simulation similar to the escape rooms. You will put your problem solving, critical thinking and collaboration skills to the test. Space is limited for each sessions, so sign up, come experience and then learn more!

Speakers

Monday March 14, 2016 9:15am - 10:15am
Lake Delton Board Room

9:15am

Intro To Google Drive
This is a beginner's session. So for those of you that are new to Google Apps for Education, this session is a must. We will cover some basic features Drive, Docs, Sheets, and Presentations. We will discuss how to share, how to lock things down, how to organize, and then go into some of the "cooler" features as time allows.

Speakers
avatar for Lance Lennon

Lance Lennon

District Technology Director, Eagle Grove Community School District
Lance Lennon has been in education for 20 + years, the last 18 have been as a technology director and technology integrationist. He is a Certified Casper Administrator, a DEN Star Educator, and an Authorized Google Education Trainer. His district has been using Google Apps for Education for the past five and a half years. Lance is a Google proponent and all around Google enthusiast.


Monday March 14, 2016 9:15am - 10:15am
Tundra C/D

9:15am

Layered Learning with Google
One tool is good, two tools are better, three tools or more are the best. When multiple tools are used in different ways, learning becomes layered and more complex. Focusing on the learning objectives and not the tools or apps allow for better lesson construction and a better learning experience in the classroom.

Speakers
avatar for David Freeburg

David Freeburg

Director of Digital Curriculum, Eden Prairie Public Schools
David Freeburg works for the Eden Prairie Public Schools as the Director of Digital Curriculum. In this role he works to create systems where digital curriculum can be leveraged for personalized learning opportunities. He uses his background as a Google Certified Teacher and Apple Distinguished Educator to help him in this pursuit, but the most important tool he utilizes are the years spent as a Jr. High social studies teacher.


Monday March 14, 2016 9:15am - 10:15am
Sandstone 3

9:15am

60 Chrome Extensions for Education
Let's maximize Chrome for students and teachers by using the extensions! I will go through some of my favorite Chrome extensions in 60 minutes that can support teacher efficiency and student learning, so hold on to your hats! This slide deck is always being updated, so you are bound to find something new. The extensions can help to use your browser more efficiently to help support student learning!

Speakers
avatar for Stacy Behmer

Stacy Behmer

Coordinator of Digital Learning, Grant Wood AEA
Stacy is a former elementary and middle school teacher and also spent some time as a district technology director. She is currently the Coordinator of Digital Learning from Grant Wood AEA in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where she works with a team of technology consultants providing technology integration support and training to teachers and administrators. Stacy serves on the Iowa Technology Education Connection board which holds a couple of... Read More →


Monday March 14, 2016 9:15am - 10:15am
Wilderness 2/5

9:15am

Can you Breakout EDU?
Come experience the hot new Breakout EDU trend! You and other participants will take part in a simulation similar to the escape rooms. You will put your problem solving, critical thinking and collaboration skills to the test. Space is limited for each sessions, so sign up, come experience and then learn more!

Speakers

Monday March 14, 2016 9:15am - 10:15am
Glacier A/B

9:15am

Driving Communication and Creation with GAFE
This session will focus on effective strategies for creating unique opportunities for students to collaborate using GAFE including docs, slides, forms, and Hangouts. Specifically, we will look at how lessons/projects that utilize Google Apps can connect students of various grade levels and encourage collaboration within the same school and beyond. Collaboration creates a dynamic learning environment and provides opportunities for formative assessment and student reflection. We will also focus on workflow strategies to maximize Google Drive on the iPad and integrate iPad App creations with Google Apps for authentic products that will enrich lessons/projects.

Speakers
avatar for Jennifer Schlie-Reed

Jennifer Schlie-Reed

Digital Learning Coach, School District of New Berlin
Jennifer Schlie-Reed is an ISTE Emerging Leader (2014), a Google Certified Innovator, a Google for Education Trainer and a PBS Digital Innovator (2015). She is a Digital Learning Coach in the School District of New Berlin and works with educators in grades K-12. She has also taught as an elementary library media teacher and a high school social studies teacher. Jennifer is an active member of the ISTE Young Educator Network (YEN) and... Read More →


Monday March 14, 2016 9:15am - 10:15am
Wilderness 1

9:15am

Get Organized With Google Keep
Google Keep is a powerful, collaborative note taking and task management app that will help you get organized and collaborate with others while doing so. One of Google's newest Apps for Education - Keep - is extremely flexible and easy to use. It allows users to take and share notes, create task lists, and much more in a visually appealing and functional way. Also, new mobile and web app capabilities like voice to text have opened up a whole new list of possible uses for Keep such as journaling and brainstorming/dumping. Join me for a tutorial, a rundown of application ideas, and an introduction to a couple of handy Chrome extensions and shortcuts that improve the Keep experience even more!

Speakers
avatar for Cory Klinge

Cory Klinge

Instructional Excellence Coordinator, Eden Prairie Schools
Cory Klinge has 15 years of education and technology experience. He is an Instructional Excellence Coordinator for Eden Prairie Schools in Eden Prairie, MN. Cory earned his Masters of Arts in Education at University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire. He is an adjunct instructor at the University of Wisconsin - River Falls and University of Wisconsin - Stout. A former American & World History teacher, Cory is now a Google Certified Trainer, a Google... Read More →


Monday March 14, 2016 9:15am - 10:15am
Tundra E/F

9:15am

Math Tools for Google Chrome
GeoGebra, Desmos, gMath and Daum Equation Editor are outstanding mathematics tools that are available as Google Chrome Web Apps or Add-ons with Google Drive integration. This means that students can create and explore with these free web-based mathematical tools with the added benefit of Google Drive’s sharing capabilities and anywhere access.

GeoGebra (geogebra.org) is dynamic geometry software, similar to Geometer’s Sketchpad. Desmos (desmos.com) is a beautiful, browser based graphing calculator that makes traditional graphing calculators look like a slide rule. Daum Equation Editor is a web based equation editor that can be used as an alternative to MathType. gMath is an amazing Add-on that lets you do equation editing right from Google Docs.

In this hands on session you will be learn how to get started with each of these apps, along with some examples how how they can be incorporated into your mathematics curriculum.

Speakers
avatar for James Eichmiller

James Eichmiller

Director of Innovative Technology and Learning, Downers Grove Grade School District 58
James Eichmiller is the Director of Innovative Technology and Learning for Downers Grove Grade School District 58.


Monday March 14, 2016 9:15am - 10:15am
Sandstone 8/9

10:30am

Technology for Promoting Student Choice in Summative Assessments
Workshop attendees will engage in hands-on learning that will allow them to bring new life into legacy student assessments. This workshop will start with a foundation of determining learning outcomes and creating rubrics that assess skill acquisition and application. We will then provide examples of how teachers can enhance student choice for summative assessments along with technology tools students can use to demonstrate learning and mastery. The workshop will aim to provide adequate work time to create new materials and provide options for personalization for attendees. Attendees will be encouraged to bring and work with their own curricular materials/assessments they would like to update.

Speakers
avatar for Mandy Froehlich

Mandy Froehlich

Director of Innovation & Technology, Ripon Area School District
Mandy Froehlich is the Director of Innovation and Technology for the Ripon Area School District in Ripon, Wisconsin where she supports and encourages educators to create innovative change in their classrooms. She is also an adjunct instructor for the University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh in Instructional Technology, and believes that engaging pre-service teachers in recognizing the power of growing their professional learning network and innovation... Read More →
avatar for Kristi Levy

Kristi Levy

Teacher/Technology Integration, Oshkosh Area School District
Kristi Levy is an Instructional Support Teacher for Technology Integration at Oshkosh West High School. Levy is a Google Certified Trainer and is experienced in curriculum design. Her emphasis is in integrating technology into classroom instruction in alignment with the Common Core Standards, ISTE Standards and standards based grading. Levy is also an active ISTE member, co-founder and co-organizer for edCamp Oshkosh, a member of the District... Read More →


Monday March 14, 2016 10:30am - 12:30pm
Sandstone 8/9

10:30am

Chrome Web Apps & Extensions Scavenger Hunt
What’s a WebApp? What are Extensions? Where do you find them, how do you install them, what do you do with them, and why would I want them?  Let’s go on a scavenger hunt together as we track down some of the best Chrome WebApps and Extensions, all while answering the questions above.  There will be plenty of time to explore, share, and then explore some more.  Enter knowing little and leave with a detailed map and some treasures to get you started on your own hunt.

Speakers
avatar for David Chan

David Chan

Director of Instructional Technology, Evanston Township High School
David Chan is currently the Director of Instructional Technology at Evanston Township High School (ETHS). In his first year, he led the District's 1:1 Digital Learning Initiative where over 800 Chromebooks were deployed to all incoming Freshmen. In just three years, the District is now completely 1:1 and includes a full scale student tech support center (ChromeZone) and a credit earning class (Information Technology Internship). David taught... Read More →


Monday March 14, 2016 10:30am - 12:30pm
Wilderness 1

10:30am

Design on a Dime: Google Sites, Drawings, and Extensions
Create a Google Site where form and function go hand in hand for teachers and students. This session will utilize Google Sites as it's launch pad but will incorporate Google Drawings and Chrome extensions to work for you.

Speakers
avatar for David Freeburg

David Freeburg

Director of Digital Curriculum, Eden Prairie Public Schools
David Freeburg works for the Eden Prairie Public Schools as the Director of Digital Curriculum. In this role he works to create systems where digital curriculum can be leveraged for personalized learning opportunities. He uses his background as a Google Certified Teacher and Apple Distinguished Educator to help him in this pursuit, but the most important tool he utilizes are the years spent as a Jr. High social studies teacher.


Monday March 14, 2016 10:30am - 12:30pm
Tundra C/D

10:30am

Building & Supporting Collaborative Dialogue & Lesson Critique Practices with Google apps for Education
Collaborative dialogues provide learners with an experience where they explore and collaborate around meaningful problems. Like Socratic circles, digital tools can be used to allow students to ask deep questions and allow students to have authority and control over the direction of inquiry. This session will demonstrate how Google Apps can be utilized to allow students to extend these active learning behaviors beyond the constraints of time and place. Further during this session we will also provide resources can help educators in the planning, implementation and evaluation of collaborative dialog learning experiences. Another aspect that this session will focus on is helping teachers to implement strategies from a critique lesson and prepare students to be more reflective in their work along with building skills for providing powerful, descriptive feedback to their peers. This will be a great session for any classroom teacher looking to go back with something to implement directly into their classroom.

Speakers
avatar for Haebig, Caroline

Haebig, Caroline

Digital Learning Coordinator, School District of New Berlin
Description Theme: Inquiry Driven Instruction with Technology Length: 90 Minutes Target Audience: Classroom teachers  Title: Taking  Inquiry Strategies  to the Next Level: Developing Student Thinking with Mobile Learning Description: This session will provide an overview of specific ways teachers can incorporate questioning strategies and inquiry experiences using the latest iPad Apps and G-Suite.  This... Read More →


Monday March 14, 2016 10:30am - 12:30pm
Tundra E/F

10:30am

Become a Google Jedi Master
Have you been wondering what Google can do for you and your students to help make you more efficient and effective as an instructor and help your students become better organized?
In this session you will learn how to quickly use some of Google core tools and some less talked about tools to become a Google Jedi Master. You will learn how all of the tools together can help you and your students in both your personal and professional lives to make is seem like you are using the Force to get things done.
Tools we will be using: Google Search, Now, Calendar, Gmail/Inbox, Forms/Sheets and Maps.

Speakers
avatar for BENJAMIN J HOMMERDING

BENJAMIN J HOMMERDING

St. Norbert College, Instructional Technologist
I am an Educator, Technology Adviser, and Mentor to students, athletes, and other educators. I currently work at St. Norbert College in De Pere Wisconsin as and Educational Technologist. I am a bit of a tech geek, and believe that through effective and efficient use of technology we can become better problems solvers of today's major issues in education. Students deserve authentic and valuable educational experiences each and every day and I... Read More →


Monday March 14, 2016 10:30am - 12:30pm
Wilderness 4

10:30am

Google Maps: get started adding geospatial skills in your classroom
This 2 hour workshop gives us time for a deep dive into Google My Maps. The goal for the workshop is for you to leave with an activity that is ready for your students to dive into when you go back to school. No prior My Maps experience needed! My Maps is a powerful tool supporting the integration of geospatial components into classroom learning activities with ease on a Chromebook. Whether you teach elementary, junior high or high school age students you’ll find lots of spots in your curriculum that are ready for the enhanced learning possibilities realized with geospatial integration. Join us!

Speakers
avatar for Aida Awad

Aida Awad

Science Dept. Chair, Maine East High School
Aida Awad has been an authorized Google Education Trainer since the very early days of the program. She is also a Google Geo Teacher. She has presented at conferences and workshops, and provided technology integration training across the country including: ISTE, T&L NSBA, ICE, IETC, ESRI UC, RSAC, CyTSE, GLOBE, and GSA. Aida is also a Hapara Certified Educator. She finds working with adult learners who are keenly committed to improving... Read More →


Monday March 14, 2016 10:30am - 12:30pm
Sandstone 3

10:30am

Managing Digital Workflow with Google Classroom
Google Classroom is now in session! Google Apps for Education educators have access to Google’s newest tool for education- Google Classroom. Similar to Edmodo, Classroom gives teachers the power to assign, track, and collect student work, while also streamlining communication with your class. Classroom is based on the principle that educational tools should be simple and easy to use, and is designed to give teachers more time to teach and students more time to learn. During this hands-on 2-hour workshop, we will cover the basics of Google Classroom, discuss tips and tricks for Classroom use, build comparison and differences to other LMS platforms, and explore other ways to integrate Google Classroom in your learning environment, while allowing you to create a ‘Classroom’ customized for your school This is the all-in-one solution that combines all previous tools and strategies, using Google Apps, to create a seamless student management system built into Google’s ecosystem. Google Classroom- more time teaching, less time tech-ing.

Speakers
avatar for Corey Holmer

Corey Holmer

Educational Technologist, Lake Forest High School SD 115
Corey Holmer is a Google Certified Innovator and authorized Google for Education Certified Trainer who leverages educational technologies to engage all learners. Corey has been recognized by the ISTE organization as the 2015 Outstanding Young Educator for his work in coaching and integrating technology into the classroom. Most recently Corey became a TED-Ed Innovative Educator, helping students spread their big ideas. Corey supports district... Read More →


Monday March 14, 2016 10:30am - 12:30pm
Wilderness 2/5

10:30am

YouTube: from Consumer to Creator
YouTube isn't just for funny videos anymore! Come to this session to learn about how to use YouTube in your school and classroom! Attendees will learn how to create their own channel and playlists, upload and edit videos, and use YouTube for flipping the classroom. Come to hear how one district is using YouTube for their curriculum department, school announcements, and school wide book talks. From the most basic YouTube skills to the most extensive, there will be something for everyone to take away from this presentation!

Speakers
avatar for Jen Zurawski

Jen Zurawski

Library Media/Instructional Technology Specialist, West De Pere School District
Jen Zurawski is a Library Media/Instructional Technology Specialist for the School District of West De Pere. Jen has a passion for creatively blending the world of literacy and technology. She has presented at local, state, and national conferences on a variety of topics including Google Apps for Education, YouTube in the Classroom, and Google Hangouts. You can find her on Twitter at @tweets2jen or on Instragram at @wwlibrary.


Monday March 14, 2016 10:30am - 12:30pm
Tundra A/B

12:30pm

Lunch
Monday March 14, 2016 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Sandstone Ballroom

1:30pm

Digitize Grading & Feedback of Written Work with Classroom IQ

Let’s face it, Calculus and keyboards are not compatible. For those teachers that still rely on pencil and paper assessment, ClassroomIQ is the missing link for the Chromebook classroom.  

ClassroomIQ enables you to grade any of your existing assessments, without modification, on any web-connected device.   You will decrease time spent grading, increase the quality of feedback, and access automatically compiled achievement data.

In this session, we’ll look at the ClassroomIQ open response grading platform in depth.  Topics covered - collaborative grading, analyzing open response student data, automating the feedback process, and google integration.  


Speakers

Monday March 14, 2016 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Glacier C/D

1:30pm

Can you Breakout EDU 2?
Come experience the hot new Breakout EDU trend! You and other participants will take part in a simulation similar to the escape rooms. You will put your problem solving, critical thinking and collaboration skills to the test. Space is limited for each sessions, so sign up, come experience and then learn more!

Speakers

Monday March 14, 2016 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Lake Delton Board Room

1:30pm

Google Drawings: Teaching Text Structures with Graphic Organizers
Participants will learn to use Google Drawings while creating graphic organizers to help their students to understand text structures in non-fiction text such as: sequence, description, compare-contrast, cause-effect, and problem solvingclaim,evidence,reasoning. Subordinate graphic organizers will be created within a superordinate graphic organizer.

The understanding of text structures through the use of graphic organizers will help students to cite textual evidence to support analysis of what the text says and to use valid reasoning and relevant and sufficient evidence to support claims in their writing.

Speakers
avatar for Tina Sabatello

Tina Sabatello

Chemistry Teacher, Maine East Township High School
Tina Sabatello has been teaching chemistry at Maine East High School in Park Ridge, IL since 1992. She also has taught at the community college level, served as an SAT II Chemistry Test Developer and published a study guide for AP Chemistry. A recent online publication for AACT showcases the use of Google Drawings in representing the particulate view of matter. As a Google for Education Certified Trainer, she enjoys sharing her enthusiasm for... Read More →


Monday March 14, 2016 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Tundra A/B

1:30pm

Google Tools for School Administrators
Are you a school administrator looking for ways to set the example for working with Google Tools? This session will help you improve your workflows and your skills so that you can be the one leading the way with technology.

Speakers
avatar for Henry Thiele

Henry Thiele

Superintendent, Community High School District 99
Dr. Henry (Hank) Thiele is the Superintendent for Community High School District 99 in Downers Grove Illinois where he serves 5000 high school students and 700 staff members. Prior to that role he served as Assistant Superintendent for Technology and Learning in the Maine 207 Schools in Park Ridge, IL. Hank started out as a high school science and music teacher and as a building technology coordinator. Hank has been a featured presenter at... Read More →


Monday March 14, 2016 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Tundra E/F

1:30pm

Spreadsheets 101
Come to this session to see how you can utilize Sheets, Forms, Add-ons, and some simple scripts to get started using this powerful tool in your classroom.

Speakers
avatar for Chad Frerichs

Chad Frerichs

Director of Technology, Spirit Lake CSD
Chad Frerichs is the Director of Technology for a 1:1 school district in Iowa. Chad is a scripting geek who loves to automate processes using Google Scripting. Chad also enjoys showing teachers how to utilize Google Apps to make their lives easier and more organized. For Chad Ed Tech is not a job, it is just what he does.


Monday March 14, 2016 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Tundra C/D

1:30pm

Getting Schooled in Google Classroom
Jump into using Google Classroom in this hands-on session. We'll start by going over the basic capabilities and then you'll get your feet wet as test-students in a live Google Classroom. After practicing a bit, you'll have a chance to start your own Classroom and begin planning for ways to use it in your own classroom.

Speakers
avatar for Mina Marien

Mina Marien

Instructional Technology Specialist, Latin Teacher, Evanston Township High School
I am the Instructional Technology Specialist at Evanston Township High School, where I previously taught Latin for five years. I enjoy working with teachers and students to leverage technology in ways that can redefine learning. I am also a Google Education Trainer and co-chair for the 2016 NICE MiniCon.


Monday March 14, 2016 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Wilderness 1

1:30pm

Well Played: Using GAFE and Chrome to Implement Game-based Learning
Today’s students are active learners - they process knowledge by doing and living situations that help them put their understanding in practice. With the increase in the number of simulations and academic “experience” games, teachers have the unique opportunity to provide learners with these experiences. The best part? Google Apps for Education can help assess students’ understanding in great game-based learning!

In this session, we will cover how to locate, evaluate, and properly implement great games for learning by seeing practical examples found on the Google Chrome Store and many other places on the web! In addition, we will talk about how educators can use tools like Google Docs, Screencastify, Google Classroom, and much more to demonstrate their understanding of these simulations and educational games.

Speakers
avatar for Jon Spike

Jon Spike

Technology Integrator, Green Bay Area Public Schools
What people have been saying about Jon Spike: | "Tolerable." | "Too many puns." | "Probably shouldn't have posted what people have been saying about him."


Monday March 14, 2016 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Wilderness 4

1:30pm

Can you Breakout EDU?
Come experience the hot new Breakout EDU trend! You and other participants will take part in a simulation similar to the escape rooms. You will put your problem solving, critical thinking and collaboration skills to the test. Space is limited for each sessions, so sign up, come experience and then learn more!

Speakers

Monday March 14, 2016 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Glacier A/B

1:30pm

Impact! getting started with 20% time projects in your classroom
Impact. Relevance. Engagement. Purpose. Research. Student choice. Future ready. Problem solving. Questioning. Innovation. Mastery. Do these words speak to you about the kinds of learning opportunities you would like to provide for your students? In this session we will explore how you can get started with 20% Time Projects in your classroom. We’ll consider: the philosophy of 20% time; a model for 20% time classroom projects, and see examples of the impact some high school students are having in their school community with their projects.

Speakers
avatar for Aida Awad

Aida Awad

Science Dept. Chair, Maine East High School
Aida Awad has been an authorized Google Education Trainer since the very early days of the program. She is also a Google Geo Teacher. She has presented at conferences and workshops, and provided technology integration training across the country including: ISTE, T&L NSBA, ICE, IETC, ESRI UC, RSAC, CyTSE, GLOBE, and GSA. Aida is also a Hapara Certified Educator. She finds working with adult learners who are keenly committed to improving... Read More →


Monday March 14, 2016 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Sandstone 3

1:30pm

The World (and your classroom) Can Be Saved Through Design
The delivery of education doesn’t have to be ugly. Even Kanye said, “The world can be saved through design.” With a little creativity, everything you touch in the classroom can be dynamic and make an impact. If you view your classroom and lessons through a designer’s lens, things change. Creativity and the designer’s eye take focus on the look and feel of the lesson, as well as impact on the end user: your customer, the student.

Learn how to make your presentations pop and your graphic designs go from amateur to pro. This session will focus on the impact of design in every classroom and lesson, as well as many popular tools that anyone can use to make a difference with design. Come ready to learn ways to authentically capture your students’ attention and imagination.

Speakers
avatar for Kurt Wismer

Kurt Wismer

Business, Marketing & IT Teacher, North Fond du Lac School District
Kurt teaches Business, Marketing and IT for the North Fond du Lac School District. In addition, he is a Google for Education Certified Innovator and Google Education Trainer. Kurt uses technology throughout his curriculum to create durable learning experiences that are both rigorous and transformative to prepare his students for success in an ever changing world. He has lead technology groups and provided considerable training and support as they... Read More →


Monday March 14, 2016 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Wilderness 2/5

1:30pm

Vertical Learning in the Classroom
Many of us are aware of the notion that we shouldn't teach students by their date of manufacture. But how do we create a system that allows learning to become vertical and not bound by grade level? In this session we will explore how to implement vertical learning with focus on student growth. We will discuss the structures necessary to support multilevel learning in a classroom. Topics include structuring learning targets, organizing resources, managing workflow, assessing student work, utilizing standardized test data, cultivating student ownership and reporting to parents.

Speakers
avatar for James Eichmiller

James Eichmiller

Director of Innovative Technology and Learning, Downers Grove Grade School District 58
James Eichmiller is the Director of Innovative Technology and Learning for Downers Grove Grade School District 58.


Monday March 14, 2016 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Sandstone 8/9

2:45pm

Go Go Gadgets Meets Makerspace
Remember Inspector Gadget? He has nothing on these fun Googly gadgets! Come take a look and get your hands on resources like Google Cardboard, Glass, Sphero and other fun stuff! We will talk Google, Maker and how they can work together. There will be a short introduction time and the rest of the session will be hands on play. Come and fly a drone while wearing Google Glass!

Speakers
avatar for Stacy Behmer

Stacy Behmer

Coordinator of Digital Learning, Grant Wood AEA
Stacy is a former elementary and middle school teacher and also spent some time as a district technology director. She is currently the Coordinator of Digital Learning from Grant Wood AEA in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where she works with a team of technology consultants providing technology integration support and training to teachers and administrators. Stacy serves on the Iowa Technology Education Connection board which holds a couple of... Read More →
avatar for BENJAMIN J HOMMERDING

BENJAMIN J HOMMERDING

St. Norbert College, Instructional Technologist
I am an Educator, Technology Adviser, and Mentor to students, athletes, and other educators. I currently work at St. Norbert College in De Pere Wisconsin as and Educational Technologist. I am a bit of a tech geek, and believe that through effective and efficient use of technology we can become better problems solvers of today's major issues in education. Students deserve authentic and valuable educational experiences each and every day and I... Read More →
avatar for Tammy Lind

Tammy Lind

Technology Integration Coach, School District of South Milwaukee
Tammy Lind is currently a Technology Integration Coach in Southeastern Wisconsin. She is a Google Education Trainer and a Google Certified teacher. Tammy is also an Intel for Education Master teacher. | Prior to becoming a technology integration coach Tammy worked as an elementary classroom teacher, a special education teacher and a math specialist in the Milwaukee Public and South Milwaukee School Districts. It was during her time as a special... Read More →


Monday March 14, 2016 2:45pm - 3:45pm
Wilderness 2/5

2:45pm

Check out the new Chromebooks for 2016 and GoGuardian Software to go along with it
The new Asus C202 Ruggedized Chromebook is loaded with benefits.  Encased in rubber and built to military specifications this new Chromebook is extremely durable.  The new C202 is also the first modular Chromebook on the market, designed for easy repair.  In addition, Asus partnered with Google to create the first Google designed C100 Flip Tablet/Chromebook that runs on the Chrome Operating System.   Come see both of these new Chromebooks and learn how to get the most out of your school’s Chromebooks with GoGuardian Software.  Chris Hunt from Troxell will demonstrate the power of GoGuardian Software from both the administration and teacher side. 

Speakers

Monday March 14, 2016 2:45pm - 3:45pm
Glacier C/D

2:45pm

Top Ten Secrets for a Google Savvy Classroom
Make your life easier by attending this session! Don’t miss out on simple ways to impress your students by showing off your Google swag while streamlining your classroom practices. Hear from a student insider and a tech-savvy teacher about how to leverage Google tools solve common classroom headaches and achieve a smooth and effective learning environment. Learn best teacher practices for Google Drive, Classroom, Calendar, and others to increase efficiency and productivity in your classroom.

Speakers
avatar for Claudia Felske

Claudia Felske

Tech Integration Specialist / Language Arts Teacher, East Troy Community Schools
Google Apps Certified Trainer. Nationally Board Certified Language Arts Teacher. 2011 Wisconsin High School Teacher of the Year. Technophile. Bibliophile. Generally Curious Human Being.
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Rachel Hunter

Founding Member, ETHS Geek Squad
Rachel is in her senior year at East Troy High School, and a founding member of her school's Technology Integration (Geek) Squad. As part of this group, she provides tech help to district faculty and has presented many times at teacher in-services. Rachel is also in her 9th year of participating in the FIRST Robotics program, currently a member of FRC Team 3132. She has been involved in many community outreach projects - including starting a... Read More →


Monday March 14, 2016 2:45pm - 3:45pm
Sandstone 8/9

2:45pm

Can you Breakout EDU 2?
Come experience the hot new Breakout EDU trend! You and other participants will take part in a simulation similar to the escape rooms. You will put your problem solving, critical thinking and collaboration skills to the test. Space is limited for each sessions, so sign up, come experience and then learn more!

Speakers

Monday March 14, 2016 2:45pm - 3:45pm
Lake Delton Board Room

2:45pm

Personalizing Learning with Google
Find out how to get started on your personalized learning journey and the impact Google has on transforming your classroom into a student-centered learning hub. This will include how to organize resources for students and co-workers, how to create Personalized Learning Plans, and how to use them in Google classroom. You will see the vast impact Google will have on your daily structure and how it leads to anytime learning.

Speakers
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Jenny Forar

Middle School Teacher Math Teacher, Eastern Carver County Schools
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Ailee Reinhardt

Instructional Coach/ Educator, Eastern Carver County Schools



Monday March 14, 2016 2:45pm - 3:45pm
Tundra A/B

2:45pm

Chrome Extensions for Workflow and Productivity
Leverage the power of the web by utilizing Chrome extensions to make your work easier!

Speakers
avatar for David Freeburg

David Freeburg

Director of Digital Curriculum, Eden Prairie Public Schools
David Freeburg works for the Eden Prairie Public Schools as the Director of Digital Curriculum. In this role he works to create systems where digital curriculum can be leveraged for personalized learning opportunities. He uses his background as a Google Certified Teacher and Apple Distinguished Educator to help him in this pursuit, but the most important tool he utilizes are the years spent as a Jr. High social studies teacher.


Monday March 14, 2016 2:45pm - 3:45pm
Wilderness 4

2:45pm

Badge time! Choosing the right Google certification path for you
Which Google certification path is right for you now and down the road? Should you set your sights on becoming a Google for Education Certified Trainer? A Google Certified Innovator? A Google Certified Educator level 1 or level 2? In this session you will learn about the requirements for each certification, the application procedures, best practices, tips and tricks, and even tour Google’s multiple free, do-it-yourself resources and training sites.

Speakers
avatar for Aida Awad

Aida Awad

Science Dept. Chair, Maine East High School
Aida Awad has been an authorized Google Education Trainer since the very early days of the program. She is also a Google Geo Teacher. She has presented at conferences and workshops, and provided technology integration training across the country including: ISTE, T&L NSBA, ICE, IETC, ESRI UC, RSAC, CyTSE, GLOBE, and GSA. Aida is also a Hapara Certified Educator. She finds working with adult learners who are keenly committed to improving... Read More →


Monday March 14, 2016 2:45pm - 3:45pm
Sandstone 3

2:45pm

Can you Breakout EDU?
Come experience the hot new Breakout EDU trend! You and other participants will take part in a simulation similar to the escape rooms. You will put your problem solving, critical thinking and collaboration skills to the test. Space is limited for each sessions, so sign up, come experience and then learn more!

Speakers

Monday March 14, 2016 2:45pm - 3:45pm
Glacier A/B

2:45pm

Empowering Students through Feedback & Reflection using GAFE
Collaboration and communication through the implementation of digital learning practices help prepare all students to succeed as lifelong learners. Formative assessment can be used to improve student achievement and, when students receive descriptive feedback on their work, they are able to analyze what they have done well and identify areas for improvement. Google Apps can provide students with effective tools to help learners receive and provide feedback, along with opportunities to reflect on the learning outcomes. This session will focus on feedback and reflection through the use of GAFE including Docs, Forms, Hangouts, and Web Apps. Specifically, we will look at how lessons/projects that utilize Google Apps can connect students of various grade levels and encourage collaboration within the same school and beyond.

Speakers
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Jennifer Schlie-Reed

Digital Learning Coach, School District of New Berlin
Jennifer Schlie-Reed is an ISTE Emerging Leader (2014), a Google Certified Innovator, a Google for Education Trainer and a PBS Digital Innovator (2015). She is a Digital Learning Coach in the School District of New Berlin and works with educators in grades K-12. She has also taught as an elementary library media teacher and a high school social studies teacher. Jennifer is an active member of the ISTE Young Educator Network (YEN) and... Read More →


Monday March 14, 2016 2:45pm - 3:45pm
Wilderness 1

2:45pm

Spreadsheets 501
In this advanced session you will see how awesome sheets can be when you really want to organize and analyze masses of data. Chad will share and show a spreadsheet he created to do item analysis of ITED/ITBS testing scores as well as many other data sheets. Attendees will then have a guided hand at applying some formulas to sample data.

Speakers
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Chad Frerichs

Director of Technology, Spirit Lake CSD
Chad Frerichs is the Director of Technology for a 1:1 school district in Iowa. Chad is a scripting geek who loves to automate processes using Google Scripting. Chad also enjoys showing teachers how to utilize Google Apps to make their lives easier and more organized. For Chad Ed Tech is not a job, it is just what he does.


Monday March 14, 2016 2:45pm - 3:45pm
Tundra C/D

2:45pm

GAFE Admin Best Practices
If you are the Admin for a GAFE domain and want to know "Am I doing this right?" then this session is for you. COme see some of the best practices for administering a Google Apps Domain and learn some tips and tricks along the way.

Speakers
avatar for Lance Lennon

Lance Lennon

District Technology Director, Eagle Grove Community School District
Lance Lennon has been in education for 20 + years, the last 18 have been as a technology director and technology integrationist. He is a Certified Casper Administrator, a DEN Star Educator, and an Authorized Google Education Trainer. His district has been using Google Apps for Education for the past five and a half years. Lance is a Google proponent and all around Google enthusiast.


Monday March 14, 2016 2:45pm - 3:45pm
Tundra E/F

3:45pm

Q & A
Come visit with the visit with the spotlight speakers to get some questions answered. We are here to help!

Monday March 14, 2016 3:45pm - 4:30pm
Sandstone Ballroom

6:30pm

TRA Meet Up/ Social
A PLN might be the most important tool to any teacher in the classroom today.  It allows for ideas to be exchanged and we all benefit from learning from our peers.  TRA is once again sponsoring their MEET-UP and Social.  Join your fellow Googly colleagues for some conversations and networking at MONK’S at the Wilderness 6:30pm to 10pm.  Stop in for a few minutes or stay the whole time, but come and talk directly to your favorite presenters, committee members, and colleagues from around the Midwest. Appetizers and beverages included.

Monday March 14, 2016 6:30pm - 10:00pm
Monks Wilderness 33 Hillman Rd, Baraboo, WI 53913
 
Tuesday, March 15
 

7:30am

Continental Breakfast
Tuesday March 15, 2016 7:30am - 8:30am
Sandstone Ballroom

8:30am

Chromebook 1:1 Deployment: The Launch to Learning without Limits
Join the Oshkosh Area School District to learn how we went from zero to nearly 4000 Chromebooks in less than 1 year.​ ​H​ear​ ​about the logistics of how we deployed Chromebooks to​ ​staff and students​ ​and how we have created a sustainable model with an emphasis on changing learning in the classroom. OASD Leadership Team members will walk participants through the process of deploying the​ ​new devices and highlight the importance of engaging numerous departments​ t​o support technology rich curriculum​ ​and more. The Leadership Team will also discuss the features that made Chromebooks the right choice for our 1:1 initiative and explain how we have partnered with Technology Resource Advisors (TRA) to ensure a sustainable model for our 1:1 program.

Speakers
avatar for David Last

David Last

IT Transition Specialist, Oshkosh Area School District
I have been working in the Oshkosh Area School District since 2001. I am a member of the Technology Services team. I have been in charge of the life cycle of our Chromebooks since we adopted them in our district during the 2012 - 2013 school year. I have also been involved in our Google Apps implementation, which we adopted in spring of 2011.
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Kristi Levy

Teacher/Technology Integration, Oshkosh Area School District
Kristi Levy is an Instructional Support Teacher for Technology Integration at Oshkosh West High School. Levy is a Google Certified Trainer and is experienced in curriculum design. Her emphasis is in integrating technology into classroom instruction in alignment with the Common Core Standards, ISTE Standards and standards based grading. Levy is also an active ISTE member, co-founder and co-organizer for edCamp Oshkosh, a member of the District... Read More →


Tuesday March 15, 2016 8:30am - 9:30am
Tundra A/B

8:30am

Check out the new Chromebooks for 2016 and GoGuardian Software to go along with it
Sched.org Conference Mobile Appsfor Midwest Summit Spring 2016
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 Layered Learning with Google
 Google Maps: get started adding geospatial skills in your classroom
 Impact! getting started with 20% time projects in your classroom
 Badge time! Choosing the right Google certification path for you
 Math Tools for Google Chrome
 Technology for Promoting Student Choice in Summative Assessments
 Vertical Learning in the Classroom
 Top Ten Secrets for a Google Savvy Classroom
 Registration & Continental Breakfast
 Welcome
 Lunch
 Q & A
 All In: Going 1:1 and Adding Tech Coaching in One Year
 YouTube: from Consumer to Creator
 Google Drawings: Teaching Text Structructures with Graphic Organizers
 Personalizing Learning with Google
 Intro To Google Drive
 Design on a Dime: Google Sites, Drawings, and Extensions
 Spreadsheets 101
 Spreadsheets 501
 Get Organized With Google Keep
 Building & Supporting Collaborative Dialogue & Lesson Critique Practices with Google apps for Education
 Google Tools for School Administrators
 GAFE Admin Best Practices
 Driving Communication and Creation with GAFE
 Chrome Web Apps & Extensions Scavenger Hunt
 Getting Schooled in Google Classroom
 Empowering Students through Feedback & Reflection using GAFE
 60 Chrome Extensions for Education
 Managing Digital Workflow with Google Classroom
 The World (and your classroom) Can Be Saved Through Design
 Go Go Gadgets Meets Makerspace
 Success! Using Google Apps to Support ALL Learners
 Become a Google Jedi Master
 Well Played: Using GAFE and Chrome to Implement Game-based Learning
 Chrome Extensions for Workflow and Productivity
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 Chrome to Support Reading
 Automate the Differentiated Feedback Process with Google Apps and Add-Ons
 Making Sense of Information with Google Spreadsheets
 Unconference 1
 Let's Hangout! Collaborating with Google Hangouts
 Learn to Code with Google Apps Script
 Say Cheese! Focusing on Google Photos!
 Unconference 2
 Continental Breakfast
 Lunch
 Chromebook 1:1 Deployment: The Launch to Learning without Limits
 Video Tools you Should be Using
 Google Tools: Leveling the Playing Field for ALL Learners
 Unconference 3
 Adding To With Add-Ons
 Everything is Awesome!
 Virtual Field Trips
 Unconference 4
 Research-based Technology Coaching Models
 3 Formative Assessment Strategies and Digital Learning Practices to Support Differentiation
 Creating Cohesive GAFE PD with Tracks
 Unconference 5
 Sheets are Sweet for Geeks and Everyone Else too...
 Embedding Add-Ons and Web Apps into Your Learning Environment
 So I Have Chromebooks in the Classroom, Now What?
 Unconference 6
 Broadcast Your Story: Podcasting with Chromebooks
 'Get Cultured' with the Google Cultural Institute!
 Redefining Research with Google Apps
 Unconference 7
 Building a 21st Century Lesson with Google Tools
 Escape from Google Man's Lair: A Google Advanced Search Breakout EDU Room!
 Got Broken Chromebooks?
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Tuesday March 15, 2016 8:30am - 9:30am
Glacier C/D

8:30am

Can you Breakout EDU 2?
Come experience the hot new Breakout EDU trend! You and other participants will take part in a simulation similar to the escape rooms. You will put your problem solving, critical thinking and collaboration skills to the test. Space is limited for each sessions, so sign up, come experience and then learn more!

Speakers

Tuesday March 15, 2016 8:30am - 9:30am
Lake Delton Board Room

8:30am

Sheets are Sweet for Geeks and Everyone Else too...
We know that Google Sheets can be an amazing tool, but let’s face it - we sometimes get intimidated by words like formulas, data validation, and pivot tables. What if we started from the beginning, went back to basics on spreadsheets, and then matched some advanced features with a purpose? Join a veteran classroom teacher turned techie show you all you need to know about Google Sheets and walk away with the confidence needed to continue exploring and learning on your own.

Speakers
avatar for David Chan

David Chan

Director of Instructional Technology, Evanston Township High School
David Chan is currently the Director of Instructional Technology at Evanston Township High School (ETHS). In his first year, he led the District's 1:1 Digital Learning Initiative where over 800 Chromebooks were deployed to all incoming Freshmen. In just three years, the District is now completely 1:1 and includes a full scale student tech support center (ChromeZone) and a credit earning class (Information Technology Internship). David taught... Read More →
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Mina Marien

Instructional Technology Specialist, Latin Teacher, Evanston Township High School
I am the Instructional Technology Specialist at Evanston Township High School, where I previously taught Latin for five years. I enjoy working with teachers and students to leverage technology in ways that can redefine learning. I am also a Google Education Trainer and co-chair for the 2016 NICE MiniCon.


Tuesday March 15, 2016 8:30am - 9:30am
Wilderness 1

8:30am

Research-based Technology Coaching Models
Technology coaching is rapidly becoming commonplace in schools across the country. Research-based models from the following theory-base must be considered for successful and effective implementation: leadership, instructional coaching, instructional design, and technology integration. Fusing research from the four fields allows for the creation of a pedagogically-sound technology coaching model. This session will include an overview of the research in each theoretical-base and describe how each theory may be implemented into a technology coaching model. It is time to transform the current model of professional development and foster truly integrated professional development with on-going support and instruction. Attend this session to learn how to design a technology coaching model, specific to your setting, that is rooted in research-based theory.

Speakers
avatar for Kristi Shaw Reitz

Kristi Shaw Reitz

Chair, Teacher Education, Marian University
Kristi Shaw Reitz earned her PhD in Instructional Design for Online Learning and completed her dissertation on instructional design within iTunes U. She earned her master of arts degree from Marian University in Educational Technology and her undergraduate degree in Elementary Education from the University of Wisconsin-Superior. | | At Marian University, Kristi is the Chair of Teacher Education. She teaches numerous courses in the... Read More →


Tuesday March 15, 2016 8:30am - 9:30am
Tundra E/F

8:30am

Broadcast Your Story: Podcasting with Chromebooks
Storytelling allows your students to express thoughts, ideas, and emotions in a multitude of forms. By using their voice in the form of Podcasting, students are given a creative outlet that allows interaction between peers and community through the broadcast of published work. The Podcasting process allows students develop creativity, work as a team, and communicate a story as they create rich, multimedia-driven and authentic projects. During this session we will break down the steps necessary in bringing Podcasting to your classroom, and will learn how to use the web-based tool, SoundTrap. You will walk away with tips and tricks on the Podcasting process as well as ways to implement this project type into your own learning environment.

Speakers
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Corey Holmer

Educational Technologist, Lake Forest High School SD 115
Corey Holmer is a Google Certified Innovator and authorized Google for Education Certified Trainer who leverages educational technologies to engage all learners. Corey has been recognized by the ISTE organization as the 2015 Outstanding Young Educator for his work in coaching and integrating technology into the classroom. Most recently Corey became a TED-Ed Innovative Educator, helping students spread their big ideas. Corey supports district... Read More →


Tuesday March 15, 2016 8:30am - 9:30am
Wilderness 2/5

8:30am

Chrome to Support Reading
We will explore how students and teachers can harness a few tools included with the Chrome browser that can support literacy. You get a lot of bang for your buck because these features can support new learning across the curriculum!

Speakers
avatar for Stacy Behmer

Stacy Behmer

Coordinator of Digital Learning, Grant Wood AEA
Stacy is a former elementary and middle school teacher and also spent some time as a district technology director. She is currently the Coordinator of Digital Learning from Grant Wood AEA in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where she works with a team of technology consultants providing technology integration support and training to teachers and administrators. Stacy serves on the Iowa Technology Education Connection board which holds a couple of... Read More →


Tuesday March 15, 2016 8:30am - 9:30am
Sandstone 3

8:30am

Adding To With Add-Ons
My dad always told me to work smarter not harder. Google Add-ons adds functionality to Google Docs. This sessions will cover some a few of these add-ons and show you how to use them.

Speakers
avatar for Lance Lennon

Lance Lennon

District Technology Director, Eagle Grove Community School District
Lance Lennon has been in education for 20 + years, the last 18 have been as a technology director and technology integrationist. He is a Certified Casper Administrator, a DEN Star Educator, and an Authorized Google Education Trainer. His district has been using Google Apps for Education for the past five and a half years. Lance is a Google proponent and all around Google enthusiast.


Tuesday March 15, 2016 8:30am - 9:30am
Tundra C/D

8:30am

Can you Breakout EDU?
Come experience the hot new Breakout EDU trend! You and other participants will take part in a simulation similar to the escape rooms. You will put your problem solving, critical thinking and collaboration skills to the test. Space is limited for each sessions, so sign up, come experience and then learn more!

Speakers

Tuesday March 15, 2016 8:30am - 9:30am
Glacier A/B

8:30am

Let's Hangout! Collaborating with Google Hangouts
Attendees will walk away with a firm understanding of how to incorporate Google+ Hangouts video conferencing into their curriculum. Participants will hear examples of how one district is using video conferencing for literacy activities, school wide announcements, professional development and MUCH more!

Speakers
avatar for Jen Zurawski

Jen Zurawski

Library Media/Instructional Technology Specialist, West De Pere School District
Jen Zurawski is a Library Media/Instructional Technology Specialist for the School District of West De Pere. Jen has a passion for creatively blending the world of literacy and technology. She has presented at local, state, and national conferences on a variety of topics including Google Apps for Education, YouTube in the Classroom, and Google Hangouts. You can find her on Twitter at @tweets2jen or on Instragram at @wwlibrary.


Tuesday March 15, 2016 8:30am - 9:30am
Sandstone 8/9

8:30am

Building a 21st Century Lesson with Google Tools
This highly interactive session will be devoted to showcasing and workshopping GAFE tools that can be utilized by educators to shake up their lessons, and make them more aligned with 21st century teaching and learning practices as outlined by the ISTE standards. I will be demonstrating a step by step digital transformation roadmap including a lesson creation model that our district is employing that puts pedagogy before technology, while at the same time using GAFE tools to enhance learning. Lesson creation resources will be shared with all attendees.

Speakers
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Cory Klinge

Instructional Excellence Coordinator, Eden Prairie Schools
Cory Klinge has 15 years of education and technology experience. He is an Instructional Excellence Coordinator for Eden Prairie Schools in Eden Prairie, MN. Cory earned his Masters of Arts in Education at University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire. He is an adjunct instructor at the University of Wisconsin - River Falls and University of Wisconsin - Stout. A former American & World History teacher, Cory is now a Google Certified Trainer, a Google... Read More →


Tuesday March 15, 2016 8:30am - 9:30am
Wilderness 4

9:45am

'Get Cultured' with the Google Cultural Institute!
The Google Cultural Institute provides a wealth of information and resources on cultures and events around the world. Visit an art museum in Paris, take a journey through India, listen to a Holocaust survivor tell his story, or swim along the Great Barrier Reef all through the dynamic displays and resources in the Cultural Institute. This two hour workshop will be hands on as we visit as many places as we can and begin to build our own library of resources! Come with a sense of adventure as we "get cultured" and visit places around the globe!

Speakers
avatar for Tammy Lind

Tammy Lind

Technology Integration Coach, School District of South Milwaukee
Tammy Lind is currently a Technology Integration Coach in Southeastern Wisconsin. She is a Google Education Trainer and a Google Certified teacher. Tammy is also an Intel for Education Master teacher. | Prior to becoming a technology integration coach Tammy worked as an elementary classroom teacher, a special education teacher and a math specialist in the Milwaukee Public and South Milwaukee School Districts. It was during her time as a special... Read More →


Tuesday March 15, 2016 9:45am - 11:45am
Wilderness 2/5

9:45am

3 Formative Assessment Strategies and Digital Learning Practices to Support Differentiation
This session will provide an overview of 3 easy, assessment strategies that educators can take an use to check for understanding. During this session, participants will learn how a diverse array of digital practices and GAFE can be used to support and carry out the formative assessment strategy. Our goal is to have educators leave with a formative assessment activity they can directly implement into their classroom or next faculty meeting.

Speakers
avatar for Haebig, Caroline

Haebig, Caroline

Digital Learning Coordinator, School District of New Berlin
Description Theme: Inquiry Driven Instruction with Technology Length: 90 Minutes Target Audience: Classroom teachers  Title: Taking  Inquiry Strategies  to the Next Level: Developing Student Thinking with Mobile Learning Description: This session will provide an overview of specific ways teachers can incorporate questioning strategies and inquiry experiences using the latest iPad Apps and G-Suite.  This... Read More →


Tuesday March 15, 2016 9:45am - 11:45am
Tundra E/F

9:45am

Escape from Google Man's Lair: A Google Advanced Search Breakout EDU Room!
It's 3 A.M., and you get a frantic Google Hangout call from a friend. "I don't have much time!" he exclaims, "I'm trapped in the lair of the psychotic villain, Google Man, and I need you to find the key to my cell in his office. He stepped out for 45 minutes, but when he gets back, I'm done for! You've got to save me!"

In this session, you must help your friend escape Google Man's lair by solving puzzles and clues using advanced Google and YouTube search techniques. Not only will you get to experience a Google-ified Breakout EDU room, but you will learn tips and tricks to developing your own educational escape rooms, as well as brainstorm ideas with fellow educators about breakout room themes, resources, and materials.

Will you be able to escape?

Speakers
avatar for Jon Spike

Jon Spike

Technology Integrator, Green Bay Area Public Schools
What people have been saying about Jon Spike: | "Tolerable." | "Too many puns." | "Probably shouldn't have posted what people have been saying about him."


Tuesday March 15, 2016 9:45am - 11:45am
Wilderness 4

9:45am

Automate the Differentiated Feedback Process with Google Apps and Add-Ons
Provide students with remediation (videos and/or online practice) based questions answered incorrectly on a quiz. Branched Google Forms takes students to an explanation if incorrect.

Results from Flubaroo or data from Google Forms will be used with Yet Another Mail Merge to generate a student email which includes links to remediation and feedback.

Learn to generate a roster in Doctopus and enter comments which are linked to remediation. The students find their ID# and remediation on a shared sheet.

Learn to about using Classroom IQ to grade written work digitally and return the graded quiz and feedback to students electronically.

Learn to provide different types of feedback based on the learning level : Task, Process and Self-Regulation. (From Visible Learning

Speakers
avatar for Tina Sabatello

Tina Sabatello

Chemistry Teacher, Maine East Township High School
Tina Sabatello has been teaching chemistry at Maine East High School in Park Ridge, IL since 1992. She also has taught at the community college level, served as an SAT II Chemistry Test Developer and published a study guide for AP Chemistry. A recent online publication for AACT showcases the use of Google Drawings in representing the particulate view of matter. As a Google for Education Certified Trainer, she enjoys sharing her enthusiasm for... Read More →


Tuesday March 15, 2016 9:45am - 11:45am
Sandstone 3

9:45am

Embedding Add-Ons and Web Apps into Your Learning Environment
Utilizing Add-Ons and Web Apps can create meaningful learning experiences that engage your students and promote the 4Cs. This 2-hour workshop will focus on effective strategies for embedding Google Add-Ons and Web Apps into your learning environment to enhance GAFE. Some specific Add-Ons and Web Apps we will explore include Lucidchart, Movenote, Screencastify, Google Draw, and MindMeister. Using these tools allows students to create and publish authentic artifacts that demonstrate mastery of classroom content and learning goals. You’ll come away with hands-on experiences, sample lessons, and best practice-based classroom application.

Speakers
avatar for Jennifer Schlie-Reed

Jennifer Schlie-Reed

Digital Learning Coach, School District of New Berlin
Jennifer Schlie-Reed is an ISTE Emerging Leader (2014), a Google Certified Innovator, a Google for Education Trainer and a PBS Digital Innovator (2015). She is a Digital Learning Coach in the School District of New Berlin and works with educators in grades K-12. She has also taught as an elementary library media teacher and a high school social studies teacher. Jennifer is an active member of the ISTE Young Educator Network (YEN) and... Read More →


Tuesday March 15, 2016 9:45am - 11:45am
Wilderness 1

9:45am

Video Tools you Should be Using
If you have been thinking about how to integrate video into your class or school, this is the session for you. We will discuss and create videos using Google Hangouts, YouTube, and WeVideo. You will also learn about free Teleprompters that work on Chromebooks!

Once familiar with the tools, you will learn about how we created a video network at Winneconne and North Fond du Lac using YouTube including, daily announcements, weekly shows, student projects, district projects, live broadcasts of elementary book shares, and live broadcasts of some school sports (we even have commentators!). Most of the tools we have used are free and available to everyone! Come learn about video creation in a collaborative session that will help jumpstart you and your school with video production!

Speakers
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BENJAMIN J HOMMERDING

St. Norbert College, Instructional Technologist
I am an Educator, Technology Adviser, and Mentor to students, athletes, and other educators. I currently work at St. Norbert College in De Pere Wisconsin as and Educational Technologist. I am a bit of a tech geek, and believe that through effective and efficient use of technology we can become better problems solvers of today's major issues in education. Students deserve authentic and valuable educational experiences each and every day and I... Read More →


Tuesday March 15, 2016 9:45am - 11:45am
Tundra A/B

9:45am

Everything is Awesome!
In this workshop you will learn how to use Aweseome Tables and Google Apps to create AWESOME workflows, i.e. Leave Request System, Transportation Request System, or any other system you can dream up. You will leave this workshop with a working workflow of some kind. This workflow can be applied to so many other situations.

Speakers
avatar for Chad Frerichs

Chad Frerichs

Director of Technology, Spirit Lake CSD
Chad Frerichs is the Director of Technology for a 1:1 school district in Iowa. Chad is a scripting geek who loves to automate processes using Google Scripting. Chad also enjoys showing teachers how to utilize Google Apps to make their lives easier and more organized. For Chad Ed Tech is not a job, it is just what he does.


Tuesday March 15, 2016 9:45am - 11:45am
Tundra C/D

9:45am

Learn to Code with Google Apps Script
Google Apps Script is a simple to use tool can enhance Google Apps in a countless number of ways. It is based on javascript, and because the code is developed and run online, it is very simple for beginners to develop applications. This is significant, because if the barriers to application development are lowered, people with strong backgrounds in education (and not necessarily in computer science) could develop relevant, effective learning and productivity applications.

After this session, participants will understand what Google Apps Script is, and what it is capable of. You will know how to find and interpret documentation, and where to access tutorials other learning materials. You will create 3-4 short yet useful applications, that demonstrate how this simple tool can extend Google Apps.

This session will be very hands on, with your fingers on the keyboard, learning through exploration.

Speakers
avatar for James Eichmiller

James Eichmiller

Director of Innovative Technology and Learning, Downers Grove Grade School District 58
James Eichmiller is the Director of Innovative Technology and Learning for Downers Grove Grade School District 58.


Tuesday March 15, 2016 9:45am - 11:45am
Sandstone 8/9

11:45am

Lunch
Tuesday March 15, 2016 11:45am - 12:45pm
Sandstone Ballroom

12:45pm

Digitize Grading & Feedback of Written Work with Classroom IQ

Let’s face it, Calculus and keyboards are not compatible. For those teachers that still rely on pencil and paper assessment, ClassroomIQ is the missing link for the Chromebook classroom.  

ClassroomIQ enables you to grade any of your existing assessments, without modification, on any web-connected device.   You will decrease time spent grading, increase the quality of feedback, and access automatically compiled achievement data.

In this session, we’ll look at the ClassroomIQ open response grading platform in depth.  Topics covered - collaborative grading, analyzing open response student data, automating the feedback process, and google integration.  


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Tuesday March 15, 2016 12:45pm - 1:45pm
Glacier C/D

12:45pm

Google Tools: Leveling the Playing Field for ALL Learners
Google tools, apps, and extensions make it easier than ever to include students of all learning abilities! Using Universal Design for Learning (UDL), a best-practice framework in designing instruction for all students, this session will provide examples and tips for getting the most out of Google. We will specifically look at Google tools to enhance teacher management, student self-regulation/monitoring, student workflow, collaboration, and accessible educational materials.

Speakers
avatar for Sarah Lalk

Sarah Lalk

Tech Services Coordinator, Area Education Agency 267
Sarah Lalk works for AEA267 as the Tech Services Coordinator. A large part of her work includes partnering with districts to provide services in the areas of technology integration, tech planning, device management, and 1:1 initiatives. In addition, she assists in facilitating the AEA267 Information Technology Connection and provides tech integration support to internal agency staff.


Tuesday March 15, 2016 12:45pm - 1:45pm
Tundra A/B

12:45pm

Can you Breakout EDU 2?
Come experience the hot new Breakout EDU trend! You and other participants will take part in a simulation similar to the escape rooms. You will put your problem solving, critical thinking and collaboration skills to the test. Space is limited for each sessions, so sign up, come experience and then learn more!

Speakers

Tuesday March 15, 2016 12:45pm - 1:45pm
Lake Delton Board Room

12:45pm

Got Broken Chromebooks?
We use WI Common Career Technical standards to offer a credited high school course in the form of a student-led repair workshop. Students examine, diagnose, troubleshoot and repair Chromebook devices Monday through Wednesday. Thursdays they explore trends and topics in emerging technologies and social issues related to technology use. Fridays they spend time working on their 20% time projects. The students helped create the workshop mission statement, define our customer service standards and develop a workflow for repairs. This year, nine students manage the fleet of about 1500 student Chromebooks for the entire high school. This course is uniquely offered and run through the high school Library Media program and the Technology department.

In this session, we will share how we got started, some tips and tricks for completing repairs, and some ideas on creating a good workflow and positive environment for repairs. Our students naturally collaborate with each other on repairs and develop the grit to see troubleshooting and repairs all the way through.

Speakers
avatar for Amy Ambelang

Amy Ambelang

Library Media Specialist, Chippewa Falls Area Unified School District
avatar for Sarah Radcliffe

Sarah Radcliffe

Technology Integration Coach, Chippewa Falls Unified School District
I spent 8 years as a speech language pathologist and working with students with special needs to utilize technology to increase access to curriculum. I began working with the Technology Department as a Technology Coach 3 years ago, coaching teachers on integrating technology in the classroom as well as managing the 1500 1:1 Chromebook devices for our district. I am passionate about 21st Century learning and giving students authentic experiences... Read More →


Tuesday March 15, 2016 12:45pm - 1:45pm
Wilderness 4

12:45pm

Making Sense of Information with Google Spreadsheets
Student data, formative assessment, test scores - OH MY! Learn a few of the magic tricks and tools inside Google Spreadsheets that will help you analyze and manipulate data and information quickly. If you haven't spent a lot of time inside sheets and want to get started, or are looking to take your skills to the next level, you need this session.

Speakers
avatar for Henry Thiele

Henry Thiele

Superintendent, Community High School District 99
Dr. Henry (Hank) Thiele is the Superintendent for Community High School District 99 in Downers Grove Illinois where he serves 5000 high school students and 700 staff members. Prior to that role he served as Assistant Superintendent for Technology and Learning in the Maine 207 Schools in Park Ridge, IL. Hank started out as a high school science and music teacher and as a building technology coordinator. Hank has been a featured presenter at... Read More →


Tuesday March 15, 2016 12:45pm - 1:45pm
Sandstone 3

12:45pm

Creating Cohesive GAFE PD with Tracks
We will be going through ways we have created connected professional development in a Google Apps for Education Track, and how we have used district data (Brightbytes) to drive our instruction. We will also cover how we increase capacity in teachers by creating comprehensive PD opportunities that bring teachers through a complete curriculum on a topic vs. PD provided as needed. By completing these comprehensive PD opportunities, we are creating teacher leaders who take their knowledge back to their schools to teach others GAFE.

Speakers
avatar for Matthew Callahan

Matthew Callahan

Technology Integration Coach, Oshkosh Area School District
I am a Technology Integration Coach for the Oshkosh Area School District. I work at three elementary schools but have assisted with our high school "Learning Without Limits" (1:1) chromebok rollout. I am a Google for Education Certified Trainer.
avatar for Mandy Froehlich

Mandy Froehlich

Director of Innovation & Technology, Ripon Area School District
Mandy Froehlich is the Director of Innovation and Technology for the Ripon Area School District in Ripon, Wisconsin where she supports and encourages educators to create innovative change in their classrooms. She is also an adjunct instructor for the University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh in Instructional Technology, and believes that engaging pre-service teachers in recognizing the power of growing their professional learning network and innovation... Read More →


Tuesday March 15, 2016 12:45pm - 1:45pm
Tundra E/F

12:45pm

Redefining Research with Google Apps
“I will Google that” has become a staple phrase among educators and students. However, “just Googling” is not always the most effective solution for student research. During this session we will compare a traditional research process to a redefined research method using Google Apps for Education and other universally accessible educational technologies. Customized according to learning environment, participants will be grouped by content and grade level to create an interactive research guide for their own classroom. We will explore research basics by organizing resources on a Google Doc and use targeted Google Search phrases while expanding into more advanced Google Search Tools and YouTube’s video transcripts. Following the completion of this activity you will have a badge and honor and be able to say, “I will (effectively) Google that!”

Speakers
avatar for Corey Holmer

Corey Holmer

Educational Technologist, Lake Forest High School SD 115
Corey Holmer is a Google Certified Innovator and authorized Google for Education Certified Trainer who leverages educational technologies to engage all learners. Corey has been recognized by the ISTE organization as the 2015 Outstanding Young Educator for his work in coaching and integrating technology into the classroom. Most recently Corey became a TED-Ed Innovative Educator, helping students spread their big ideas. Corey supports district... Read More →


Tuesday March 15, 2016 12:45pm - 1:45pm
Wilderness 2/5

12:45pm

Virtual Field Trips
This session will cover several of the Google Street View tools that provide a unique, up-close view of everything from art museums to the Statue of Liberty. Learn how to open your classroom and virtually travel with your students like never before! From historical locations to places in your book. Discover tools that will allow you to invite scientists, authors and other famous figures to collaborate with your students right in your classroom.

Speakers
avatar for Aggie Salter

Aggie Salter

Instructional Technology Specialist, Montello School District
Agnieszka Salter @Americans2012 has been teaching elementary music and has been the district technology coach at Montello Schools. Aggie is a Google Educator and Google Education Trainer, iPad/Tablet and Flipped Classroom certified educator who provides training for various districts. Aggie has spent several years as the Technology Integration Leadership Program Coach and presented at DeICE, Google Summits, SLATE, WEMTA, Summer Spark and... Read More →


Tuesday March 15, 2016 12:45pm - 1:45pm
Tundra C/D

12:45pm

Can you Breakout EDU?
Come experience the hot new Breakout EDU trend! You and other participants will take part in a simulation similar to the escape rooms. You will put your problem solving, critical thinking and collaboration skills to the test. Space is limited for each sessions, so sign up, come experience and then learn more!

Speakers

Tuesday March 15, 2016 12:45pm - 1:45pm
Glacier A/B

12:45pm

Say Cheese! Focusing on Google Photos!
Google Photos is a photograph and video sharing and storage service by Google. During this session, you will learn how to utilize Google Photos to compile, share, and edit your photos. Participants will learn how to set up Google Photos to backup, organize and edit your images. This site offers you a great way to easily share what is going on in your classroom/school/district!

Speakers
avatar for Jen Zurawski

Jen Zurawski

Library Media/Instructional Technology Specialist, West De Pere School District
Jen Zurawski is a Library Media/Instructional Technology Specialist for the School District of West De Pere. Jen has a passion for creatively blending the world of literacy and technology. She has presented at local, state, and national conferences on a variety of topics including Google Apps for Education, YouTube in the Classroom, and Google Hangouts. You can find her on Twitter at @tweets2jen or on Instragram at @wwlibrary.


Tuesday March 15, 2016 12:45pm - 1:45pm
Sandstone 8/9

12:45pm

So I Have Chromebooks in the Classroom, Now What?
Whether you're school is 1:1 or you are piloting a cart of Chromebooks, what are some use case scenarios, tips, and tricks on how to effectively use devices in your classroom? We'll start with some practices observed in various classrooms and then share among each other what has worked and what hasn't in your own classrooms. Walk away with some new ideas, attitudes, resources, as well as a network to bounce future ideas off of.

Speakers
avatar for David Chan

David Chan

Director of Instructional Technology, Evanston Township High School
David Chan is currently the Director of Instructional Technology at Evanston Township High School (ETHS). In his first year, he led the District's 1:1 Digital Learning Initiative where over 800 Chromebooks were deployed to all incoming Freshmen. In just three years, the District is now completely 1:1 and includes a full scale student tech support center (ChromeZone) and a credit earning class (Information Technology Internship). David taught... Read More →


Tuesday March 15, 2016 12:45pm - 1:45pm
Wilderness 1

2:00pm

Can you Breakout EDU 2?
Come experience the hot new Breakout EDU trend! You and other participants will take part in a simulation similar to the escape rooms. You will put your problem solving, critical thinking and collaboration skills to the test. Space is limited for each sessions, so sign up, come experience and then learn more!

Speakers

Tuesday March 15, 2016 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Lake Delton Board Room

2:00pm

Can you Breakout EDU?
Come experience the hot new Breakout EDU trend! You and other participants will take part in a simulation similar to the escape rooms. You will put your problem solving, critical thinking and collaboration skills to the test. Space is limited for each sessions, so sign up, come experience and then learn more!

Speakers

Tuesday March 15, 2016 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Glacier A/B

2:00pm

Ask me anything! General Q&A
These round table deep dive sessions will be announced on Tuesday morning. Feel free to post topics on the summit site.

Notes Document

Tuesday March 15, 2016 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Wilderness 2/5

2:00pm

Badging/ Gamification
These round table deep dive sessions will be announced on Tuesday morning. Feel free to post topics on the summit site.

Notes Document 

Tuesday March 15, 2016 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Sandstone 8/9

2:00pm

CS First
These round table deep dive sessions will be announced on Tuesday morning. Feel free to post topics on the summit site.

Notes Document A discussion on best practices and implementation of Google CS first programming lessons.

Tuesday March 15, 2016 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Tundra C/D

2:00pm

Google Apps on iPads
These round table deep dive sessions will be announced on Tuesday morning. Feel free to post topics on the summit site.

Notes Document

Tuesday March 15, 2016 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Sandstone 3

2:00pm

It’s about the LEARNING
These round table deep dive sessions will be announced on Tuesday morning. Feel free to post topics on the summit site.

Notes Document

Tuesday March 15, 2016 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Tundra E/F

2:00pm

Makerspaces/Expeditions
These round table deep dive sessions will be announced on Tuesday morning. Feel free to post topics on the summit site.

Notes Document

Tuesday March 15, 2016 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Tundra A/B

2:00pm

Video/Green Screen

Tuesday March 15, 2016 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Wilderness 1