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Thursday, March 3

10:00am EST

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 402Kalo Haslem • Julie Carson Documentary NOW! 306CConnie Wolf • Erin Kellas • Gabriel Graña 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. 305BHaley Stamey • Wendy Fusco 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

1:15pm EST

2:15pm EST

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 306BAmy Stanley • Pam Batchelor 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 301BCharlotte Hester • Marli Boyd • Kristin Gray • 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 203Carrie Fesperman • Jordan Van Dyke • Encore Technology Group • Encore Technology Group Swipe Right for Digital Learning: Seeking & Finding Your Tech Match 302CAngie McClung • Natalie Ezell This could have been an email! 306ALydia Richmond • Samantha Queen Tie Together Bell Ringers with Technology 305BLeslye Long • Meredith Spurlin Using Digital Personas to Teach Primary Source Reading Comprehension 306CErica Harreveld

3:15pm EST

Accelerate learning recovery with IXL 202Steve Wray • Renee Venegas • 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 302CPatricia Hilliard • Dr. Callie Edwards 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! 302BAlexandria Keilen • Suzanne Feinstein 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. 304Haley Stamey • Wendy Fusco Interactive Classroom with Apple 201Apple Inc. • Apple Inc. Learning Together - Blending Learning at School & Home 301BBethany Young • Jaime Melton 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 302AGrayson Bedenbaugh • Katey Balikian • 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 Our Journey: From a One-to-One iPad School to Apple Distinguished 206Apple Inc. • Apple Inc.

4:15pm EST

Friday, March 4

8:00am EST

5 Tech-Savvy Ways To Support Reading in a Science Classroom 402Charlotte Ludolph • Joe Ludolph Assessment Doesn’t Have to be a Four-Letter Word (T#$T) 302ANick LaFave Blending Technology and Inquiry-Based Learning with BrainPOP Science in Wake: Come learn how Wake is using technology and BrainPOP Science to do science and support it with Claims, Evidence, and Reasoning (CER... 201Jay Yampolsky • Kelsie Stocz • BrainPOP Create Sweet Sheets 305ACaitlin Carmendy • Erin Trahan Don’t Panic! Best Practices for Frictionless Security 202Derek Root • Jeremiah Jackson • Mark Rising • Mark Rising Engage and Differentiate with Digital Choice Boards 306CSarah Allred Film School for Students 304Juliette Kuhn • Chris Zirkle Fostering Learner Agency: Moving Beyond Voice and Choice 301BBlake Wiggs Help! I’m “Invisible” in my school! Or, How to Maintain a School Library Presence in the Online World 302BBeverly Litke • Jessica Hathcock Interactive Civic Literacy - Embracing the Controversies in the Social Studies Classroom By Using Technology 306ADr. Travis Towne No Locks Needed! Digital Breakouts 302CHeather Fulbright Obvious to You, Amazing to Others 303Kristin Stroud • Heather Clark Student Safety and Well-Being in a Digital Playground 203Gaggle • Gaggle Supporting Digital Equity with Digital Literacy and Coding Programs by Learning.com 204Tiffany Kinney • Learning.co • Learning.co Using Nearpod to Deliver LETRS Implementation for Elementary Teachers and Leaders 206Amber Hines • Katherine Aiken • Nearpod Virtual Field Trips: Explore The Possibilities! 301AKatie Bogle

9:00am EST

10:30am EST

Building Literacy: Mobilizing Vocabulary Strategies 306BAshley Pursley • Jennifer Burdette Collaboration in Schoolnet 306AJohn Mairs Connect, Create, Collaborate 402Lisa Maples • Teresa Strohl • Cara Babitz • Susie Fair Copyright Policies & Questions for Teachers and Librarians 302BJoseph Thomas • Kaye Dotson • Kathy Parker Digitize my Dittos! 305AMICHELLE RUTLEDGE EVERFI: Digital resources for teaching in this moment. 204John Sosebee • Jenni Allen • EVERFI • EVERFI Gamifying The Classroom to Maximize Student Engagement 301BAmanda Johanson NHD- Bringing Critical Thinking, Choice, and Competition Together 302AAshley Coons Pair Together and Get More Funding 306CSara Levin • Missy Perritt Power Up Your Lessons with Discovery Education Platform 203Pam Inabinett • Discovery Education • Discovery Education Prioritize Foundational Math Skills Development for K-12 Learners 206Carey Sweet • Renaissance • Renaissance SmackDown: Let's Bring Lessons To Life with Technology 301AAshley Priem • Rebekah Day Sparking Creativity with Coding and Computer Science 305BAl McArthur • Jill Grimm The Game Changer: Gamification in the PBL Classroom 304KC Berggren • Christina Farnsworth Toolbox for English Learners 302CAngela Walter Utilizing Adaptive Data to Drive Instructional Strategies in an Alternative School Setting 201Megan Rizzi • Beth Oyarzun • UNC Charlotte • UNC Charlotte Working Together to Make Assessments Better - Mastery Connect!" 202Ron McDaniel • Tarah Ballenger • Cinthya Jensen • Cinthya Jensen

11:30am EST

7 Keys to a Successful 1:1 Program 203Burt Lancaster • One to One Plus • One to One Plus Be Cyber Safe: One District’s Proactive Approach to Digital Citizenship. 304Acacia Dixon • Sherry Wood • Jeannie Timken • Anamarie Neville • Rachel Jennings Building Excitement, Collaboration, and Community with One School, One Book 305BAmanda McCall • Toni Luther Building Relationships in a Virtual School 301AKristin Blake • Misti Bartley Engage, Excite, and Empower 307Ashley Priem • Diane Baker Engaging Teen Readers: Strategies to Get Teens to Check Out the School Library 402Stephanie Haumont • Samantha Lam Getting Started with Systems Thinking in Your Classroom 303Candice Chambers Giving Students The World Via Live Virtual Expeditions 301BMariel Gomez de la Torre Cerfontaine How to Retain Teachers with Jupiter by Supporting Student and Parent Needs 201Stuart Miles • Elizabeth Doerfler • Jupiter • Jupiter Keep Powering Up the Digital Skills Toolkit Momentum using Learning.com 302ATony Smith • Brenda Elam-Coney Making Your Mark! Makerspaces in Middle School 305ACindy Martin • Aaron Berwanger NASA NC Space Education Ambassador's STEAM Lessons That Are Out Of This World. 306BChristine Mitchell • Joseph Hayes Pairing Digital Citizenship with Social & Emotional Learning 306ASara Levin • Missy Perritt Projects with a Purpose: Utilizing the power of technology to celebrate students and their communities 306CAdam Cobb • Beth Dabney Secure test-taking and student safety in a remote or hybrid learning environment 206Kendall Howell • Paul Schiltgen • Blocksi Inc. Student Safety in the Digital Age: Best Practices for Schools and Parents 204Mike Jolley • Inc. • Securly • Inc. • Securly Travel the Pathway to Personalized Learning 302CJennifer Hand • Janet Frazier Using Accessibility Features, Apps, and Programs to Empower Learners with Special Learning Needs 302BJordan Caldwell • Jeff King Using Digital Resources within a Multi-Tiered Framework 202Thera Pearce • Jamie Quinn • Nicole White • Edmentum • Edmentum

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