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Thursday, March 3

7:00am EST

7:30am EST

8:30am EST

10:00am EST

Creating with Littles 301ADebbie Tannenbaum Designing Blended Instruction 305BColleen Robinson • Katie Yunker Digital Feedback to Connect 402April DeBord Digital Learning Showcase from your State Art Museum 307Jill Taylor • Camille Tewell ELLs: Finding a Voice with Technology 303Jose Viana Game On: A Classcraft Quest 302BTiffany Sessoms Gamifying The Classroom to Maximize Student Engagement 304Ashley Coons • Amanda Johanson Interactive Classroom with Apple 201Apple Inc. • Apple Inc. Keeping Your Classroom Together Using CANVAS- How to integrate CANVAS into the elementary classroom 301BAllyson Medlin • Joanie Williams Pear Deck 101 202Mary Alys Foutz • GoGuardian +Pear Deck +Edulastic+ TutorMe • GoGuardian +Pear Deck +Edulastic+ TutorMe Powering Up Engaging Lessons with Pear Deck Integration for Secondary Education 305AChristy Hall Solve Unfinished Learning = Digital Choice Boards + Differentiation 306ASarah Cobbs • Ashley Priem • Jill Rogers STEAM and SEL - How they are perfect for each other! 302AMartha Levey • Natalie Mercer Talent Pathways to POSITIVE-ly Develop Your Professionals 306BJennifer Graham • Dr. Theresa Perry Technology Addiction and Surprising Solutions 204Josh Ratliff • Trafera The Future is Here:Leveraging Grant Funds to integrate tech and ELA 306CAmy Bennett The Secrets of Successful Promethean Classrooms 203Matt Barfield • Meaghan Greene • Promethean Drawing As a Thinking Process - It's More Than Sketchnoting RCC- Ballroom CManuel Herrera Lunch (COST involved) Various

10:30am EST

11:00am EST

"Keeping SEL at the Heart of Your Blended Learning Classroom" 306AKristine Barberio Accelerate Learning & Foster Well-Being with Microsoft 307Neav Abramov • Microsoft • Microsoft Digital FlipBooks... Using Google Slides to create GIF short stories 402Julie Carson • Kalo Haslem Documentary NOW! 306CGabriel Graña • Erin Kellas • Connie Wolf Google Slides Make the World Go 'Round: or at least make your lesson presentations easier 303Crystal Stephens In-Person, Hybrid, Remote...oh my! Creating Classroom Routines using Kami that Work Wherever We Are. 305BWendy Fusco • Haley Stamey Interactive Classroom with Apple 201Apple Inc. • Apple Inc. Let's Have a Chattie About Hattie 302CMarsha Sirkin Looking Back to Plan Forward: LCPS One-to-One Digital Learning Journey to Increase Equity and Access for All Students 304Melissa Lynch • Suzanna Moye Makerspace Magic on a Dime 302AJamie Turnage Non-Stop Media: Media Literacy Best Practices for 9-12 Classrooms 301AAmanda Sigmon Once Upon A Time in Computer Science: Connecting Children’s Literature to Computer Science Instruction 306BTomarra Londeree • Bryan McKenzie Power Up Your Lessons with Discovery Education Platform 203Pam Inabinett • Discovery Education • Discovery Education Safe Spaces2.0: Creating Supporting Spaces for Students and Colleagues who Identify as LGBTQIA 302BPam Cabe Student Safety and Well-Being in a Digital Playground 204Lucy Quinonez • Gretchen Thompson • Gaggle • Gaggle Targeting Special Accessibility for Vulnerable Populations 305AErin Eberle The Joy of Google Slides 301BGrant Haynes Virtual Reality, AR & eSports: Benefits, Tools and Resources 202Chris Turpin • BridgeTek Solutions • BridgeTek Solutions Google Tools to Support all Learners RCC- Ballroom AEric Curts Knowing Better and Doing Better with Blended Learning RCC- Ballroom CDee Lanier Radical School Librarianship: Creating Discoverable Library Spaces for Your Most Vulnerable Readers RCC- Ballroom BJennifer LaGarde Littles: The Next Generation of Learners are Stepping it Up! Exhibit Hall - Poster Table 3

12:00pm EST

1:00pm EST

1:15pm EST

Busting Through the Engagement Gap 203Matt Barfield • Meaghan Greene • Promethean Cloning Yourself: Supporting a Variety of Needs in Your School 301BAdrienne Parker Creating Tech-Saavy Learners with Google for Education Applied Digital Skills 302BJustin Wylie Creating Your Google Glossary: Vocabulary Activities in Google Workspaces 302AAdam Cobb Empowering Colleagues Through Innovative PD 304Bonnie Bolado Give Your Numbers a Makeover With Data Studio 306CJason Hoyle Insights are better when all of your data is together! A look into Videri Analytics. 202Kim Harkrider • Ron McDaniel • Cinthya Jensen • Cinthya Jensen Integrating Literacy, STEM and SEL: Solving Today's Problems in a Meaningful Way 307Leslie Pope Interactive Classroom with Apple 201Apple Inc. • Apple Inc. K-12 Cybersecurity Program Overview and Status Updates 306ASamuel Carter Literature and STEM: A match made in Heaven. 402Elizabeth Alderson Magnify Microbit Media 305BBrandon Joyner • Ava Willaims People Are More Important Than Things 204Josh Ratliff • Trafera Rethinking - Effective Literacy Practices and the Blended Learning Models 303Vickie Blankenship • Tericia Eller Trend Up! - Using Spreadsheet Tools to Impact Student Outcomes 301AEmily Adkins • Lee Ann Holmes Where Does Computer Science Fit Into My Day? 305ALara Cabaniss • Carmen Money Teaching SEL and Empathy Through Virtual Field Trips RCC- Ballroom CDee Lanier Create a Positive Culture with Curation 302CJennifer Graham Equity in Education Panel: Digital Equity for Students and Educators RCC- Ballroom AElaine Atherton • Kimberly Nava Eggett • Patricia Hilliard • Dayson Pasion • Keana Triplett • Elaine Townsend Utin • Michael Parker West Hey Google, Can You Teach me to Lead? 306BMollee Holloman • Stacy Lovdahl Active with Apple: Students Making Content Connections Digitally 206Janet Frazier • Wendy Fusco • Crystle Hyatt • Apple Inc. • Apple Inc. Appy Hour: Purpose, Process, and Product Marriott - Congressional BDr. Hillary Boutwell • Cordelia Breiner • Shajuana Sellers • Julie Simpson Blogging 101 Marriott - State Ballroom ABarb Vinal • Chris Zirkle Building Engineers in K-5 Classrooms Marriott - ChancellorKim Collazo • Steve Johnson Creating & Exploring Canvas for Elementary Marriott - State Ballroom BSara Matthews • Corey McNeill Supporting Social-Emotional Learning Through Your Library Marriott - Congressional AKathy Parker • Beth Rice

2:15pm EST

How to navigate the pit falls of ransom ware attacks in the K-12 world 302BJeff Raines • PC Matic • PC Matic Addressing the Literacy Standards Utilizing Memes 307Dave Hinrichs • Jaymee Hinrichs Blended Learning and Hyperdocs- A Perfect Pair 402Lesli Ducasse • Robin Wilson Cubetto - Coding with the Little Cube that Could! 301AAmanda Swengros Data Infused Formative Assessment Design 306BPam Batchelor • Amy Stanley Engage Students Like Never Before with Lumio! 202SMART Technologies Justin • SMART Technologies • SMART Technologies Hidden Treasures: Tech Tools Off the Beaten Path 303Erin Eberle • Timothy Younts Infusing Scaffolding Strategies for Better Student Outcomes 304Wanda Hanley • Sadie Hoover Interactive Classroom with Apple 201Apple Inc. • Apple Inc. Leading with Legos 301BMarli Boyd • Kristin Gray • Charlotte Hester • Lori O'Neal • Christine Spinella MTSS and motivation – Implementing an impactful MTSS program to address motivation and mental health 204Shawn Young • Classcraft • Classcraft Pixel Art to Engage & Assess Students 305AMaryLu Ringwood Pixton- Turn Your Students Into Comic Creators 302ACheryl McCrorey Simplifying IT with Digital Classroom Management - Bridging the gap between Teachers and Tech 203Jordan Van Dyke • Carrie Fesperman • Encore Technology Group • Encore Technology Group Swipe Right for Digital Learning: Seeking & Finding Your Tech Match 302CNatalie Ezell • Angie McClung This could have been an email! 306ASamantha Queen • Lydia Richmond Tie Together Bell Ringers with Technology 305BLeslye Long • Meredith Spurlin Using Digital Personas to Teach Primary Source Reading Comprehension 306CErica Harreveld A Process A Hack and A Tool Walk Into A Classroom RCC- Ballroom CManuel Herrera Beyond the Slideshow: Google Slides Activities for all Subjects RCC- Ballroom AEric Curts Developing Digital Detectives Part 1: Triggers & Access Lenses RCC- Ballroom BDarren Hudgins • Jennifer LaGarde

3:00pm EST

3:15pm EST

Developing Digital Detectives Part 2: Forensic & Motives Lenses RCC- Ballroom BDarren Hudgins • Jennifer LaGarde Accelerate learning recovery with IXL 202Renee Venegas • Steve Wray • IXL Learning • IXL Learning BrandED With A Mission 305BDanae Acker • Ashley Pursley Building Connections: Tools to create better Graphic Organizers in your classroom 402Damien Akelman • Erika Akelman Cultural Competence for Instructional Leaders 302CDr. Callie Edwards • Patricia Hilliard Developing Stellar Lessons: The Case of 3D Modeling 306CKen Luterbach Differentiated Instruction with Mastery Paths in Canvas 301ALesli Ducasse • Valerie Jernigan Digital Whiteboards: transform your teaching whether it is in-person, hybrid, or virtual! 302BSuzanne Feinstein • Alexandria Keilen How digital books help schools reimagine reading equity 306AOverDrive, Inc. Improve Students’ Mental, Physical, and Academic Health with The Walking Classroom 204The Walking Classroom Laura • Laura Fenn • Laura Fenn In-Person, Hybrid, Remote...oh my! Creating classroom routines in Seesaw that works whatever we are. 304Wendy Fusco • Haley Stamey Interactive Classroom with Apple 201Apple Inc. • Apple Inc. Learning Together - Blending Learning at School & Home 301BJaime Melton • Bethany Young Linguistically Rich Math Instruction 306BKaylor Kaemba • Erica Mentzer Professional Learning with SEL in a Digital World 305ALande Brady • Laura Gonzalez Reimagining Images in the Classroom 302AKatey Balikian • Grayson Bedenbaugh • Heather Wilson To Tweet or Not to Tweet … That is the Question! 307Jennifer Hall • NBCT Visibility + Control in Google and Microsoft 365 = Secure Schools 203David Waugh • David Waugh • David Waugh Solving Instructional Design Challenges With Coaching and Creativity Marriott - State Ballroom CDee Lanier Our Journey: From a One-to-One iPad School to Apple Distinguished 206Apple Inc. • Apple Inc. A Girl Can Dream Exhibit Hall - Poster Table 2Konya Houston • Candace Rouse Engaging Students with Podcasting Marriott - State Ballroom AKatherine Heywood • Chris Zirkle Speed "Data"-ing: Digital Formative Assessments Marriott - Congressional BDr. Hillary Boutwell • Cordelia Breiner • Shajuana Sellers • Julie Simpson Technology In the Secondary Math Classroom Marriott - Congressional ALeah • Sharon Sterken The Power of Perspective: Exploring Curriculum Connections to Texts Using Digital Tools Marriott - ChancellorRachel Jennings • Anamarie Neville • Jeannie Timken • Sherry Wood

4:15pm EST

Breaking the Cycle Together: Technology with a Purpose 306CStephanie Harrell • Mary Riddick Building Success: Using Technology to Facilitate Mastery-Based Learning through Student-Driven Instruction 302AMichael Spradlin Spradlin • Amanda R Vaughan Choice Boards with a Purpose 402Maggie Dupree • Marley Knapp Cyber Safety in a Virtual World (9-12) 305AEugene Cloete • Robin Wilson Digital Portfolios - Setting Students Sights on Higher Achievement 307Nancy Gilmore • Michael Moon e-hallpass & FlexTime Manager - Navigating the Post- COVID World 204Nicole Doolittle • e-hallpass Google Sheets 101 301ADamien Akelman How Charlotte-Mecklenburg Defeated 8 Million+ Device Distractions in 2021 203Program Manager of IT Strategies at Charlotte-Mecklenburg • Jacob Standish • Dyknow • Dyknow Interactive Classroom with Apple 201Apple Inc. • Apple Inc. Level Up Your History Assessments 301BTravis Childers • Bethany Thompson Navigate Your Science of Reading Journey with Foundations A-Z, 202Learning A-Z Staff • Learning A-Z • Learning A-Z Seeing the Future: Connecting Students to Continuing Education Labs Virtually 306AHeather Fulbright • Whitney Shuffler The Way You Exit Matters-Digital Exit Tickets that Work 305BCharmona Whitfield "Canvassing the School": Administration Use of Canvas for School Development 303Suzanna Moye • Elizabeth Pierce Critical Consciousness: An Unmentioned Prerequisite for Culturally Responsive-Sustaining Pedagogies 304Blake Wiggs Unlocking the Learning Potential for All Students: High Leverage Strategies to Support All Learners 302BTheresa Gibson • Nancy Mangum

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