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Friday, September 29
 

8:30am

Registration
Friday September 29, 2017 8:30am - 9:00am

9:00am

Google Certified Educator L1 Workshop starts
Speakers
avatar for Joe McClung

Joe McClung

Administrator, Woodland - Fayetteville
I am the Assistant Principal at Woodland Junior High in Fayetteville, Arkansas. I am entering my 10th year in education with 5 of those years in administration. Throughout my career in education I have been an advocate for technology integration into classroom instruction. I also... Read More →


10:30am

Coffee Break
Friday September 29, 2017 10:30am - 10:45am

10:45am

Google Certified Educator L1 Workshop continues
Speakers
avatar for Joe McClung

Joe McClung

Administrator, Woodland - Fayetteville
I am the Assistant Principal at Woodland Junior High in Fayetteville, Arkansas. I am entering my 10th year in education with 5 of those years in administration. Throughout my career in education I have been an advocate for technology integration into classroom instruction. I also... Read More →


12:15pm

Lunch
Friday September 29, 2017 12:15pm - 1:10pm

1:00pm

Google Certified Educator L1 Workshop continues
Speakers
avatar for Joe McClung

Joe McClung

Administrator, Woodland - Fayetteville
I am the Assistant Principal at Woodland Junior High in Fayetteville, Arkansas. I am entering my 10th year in education with 5 of those years in administration. Throughout my career in education I have been an advocate for technology integration into classroom instruction. I also... Read More →


2:30pm

Coffee Break
Friday September 29, 2017 2:30pm - 2:45pm

2:45pm

Closing: Google Certified L1 Educator
Speakers
avatar for Joe McClung

Joe McClung

Administrator, Woodland - Fayetteville
I am the Assistant Principal at Woodland Junior High in Fayetteville, Arkansas. I am entering my 10th year in education with 5 of those years in administration. Throughout my career in education I have been an advocate for technology integration into classroom instruction. I also... Read More →


 
Saturday, September 30
 

8:00am

Registration
Saturday September 30, 2017 8:00am - 9:00am
White River High School

9:00am

Welcome Message from Andrew Schwebke, Executive Director of Student Learning and Support
Moderators
avatar for Lori Curtis

Lori Curtis

District Technology TOSA, White River School District
Lori Curtis is a district Technology Learning Specialist and National Board Certified Teacher. She has 15 years experience in education, 8 years as a district technology integration specialist and 7 years as a classroom teacher. Lori currently coaches all certificated teachers... Read More →

Saturday September 30, 2017 9:00am - 9:15am
Theater

9:15am

Keynote: Better Together: Teachers; Students & Technology
To increase student learning and engagement in an increasingly digital age, the implementation of technology is a critical step in the 21st century classroom. With so many new apps and devices at our disposal, the hardest part of incorporating technology into daily lessons is trying to figure out where to start. Teachers cannot do this alone. They must rely on their fellow educators and their students to drive lessons to the next level. Joe will help you discover how technology can transform your daily lessons, communication with students and help you take control of the Common Core. Come and see why teachers, students and technology are “better together.” 

Speakers
avatar for Joe Marquez

Joe Marquez

Middle School Science/ Instructional Technology TOSA, Clovis Unified School District
Joe Marquez is a passionate educator who loves nothing more than to discover new ways to motivate and engage his 8th grade science students. His focus is not on ways educators teach their kids, but rather on new ways they can better reach their kids. Technology has been the spark which has ignited his exploration into next generation educational technology and pushed him into becoming a leader and technology coach for the Clovis Unified School District. | | His innovating spirit, outgoing attitude and outrageous personality has earned him the coveted titles of Certified Google Innovator, Certified Google Trainer, Prezi Educational Society member, PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovator, Nearpod PioNEAR and Trainer, Remind Connected Educator and Advisory Board Member, Quiver Ambassador, Microsoft Innovative Educator, Common Sense Certified Educator and Ambassador, and CUE Rockstar Teacher Faculty. | | Recently Joe was the recipient of the CVCUE Educator of the Year Award, the prestigious Clovis Unified Crystal Award and keynote speaker at the California Teachers Summit in 2015 and 2106. | | Joe is also an adjunct Professor for the Fresno Pacific University Educational Technology Master's Program and guest instructor for the Fresno State Teacher Track Academy. | | View his blog... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 9:15am - 9:45am
White River High School

10:00am

AppsEvents Certified Admin L1 (session 1 of 3)

Topics covered:

  1. Intro: What is Google Apps Admin?
    1. What does it mean to be an administrator
    2. What can you do that other users can’t do
  2. How to access, navigate and customize the admin control panel
    1. The 3 ways to access the admin control panel
    2. Getting around the menus (explain there is multiple ways to do the same task in Admin)
    3. Customizing the admin home screen
  3. Users
    1. Create multiple users from a spreadsheet
    2. Create a user manually
    3. Suspend a user
    4. Transfer docs from a user
    5. Sub organizations
      1. Create sub orgs for teachers and students
      2. create sub sub orgs for year started (cohort)
      3. Move student to a different sub org
  4. Google Apps
    1. Settings for email
      1. Set up Labs
      2. Enable offline gmail
      3. Set up filtering on ‘Objectionable content’ keywords
      4. Blocking email for a younger student sub org
    2. Settings for calendar
      1. Enable Calendar labs
      2. Creating a resource calendar
    3. Settings for Drive
      1. Internal or external sharing
      2. Offline Drive
    4. Settings for Classroom
      1. Managing the verified teacher list
    5. Settings for Sites
      1. Internal or external sharing
    6. Turning off apps off for a sub org

Speakers
avatar for Dan Taylor

Dan Taylor

Director, AppsEvents
Dan Taylor is from the UK and the Director of AppsEvents. After studying Systems Engineering at University he worked as a management consultant where he developed a passion for EdTech projects. He has been involved in the Google Education community since the launch of Google Apps for Education in 2006. He began his Google work as a technical consultant managing the set-up and migration of schools to Google Apps, and has assisted the first schools to... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
D104

10:00am

Going Paperless in the Classroom with G-Suite and Chromebooks
Any educator who is using G-Suite or thinking of implementing G-Suite and using Chromebooks will benefit. I have been using Chromebooks. G-Suite. and the TCI curriculum for 3 years in my social studies classes and will share my experiences of converting to a paperless classroom. Attendees will use their own device to join a Google Classroom I will create for the session to highlight some of the uses of Classroom and G-Suite. I will cover integrating Google Classroom, G-Suite, and Chromebooks into any classroom. Teachers, administrators, and technology coordinators who want to help their teachers go paperless or use these tools to increase student achievement and engagement will benefit.

Speakers
avatar for Donald Jenkins

Donald Jenkins

Secondary Social Studies Teacher, Oak Harbor Public Schools


Saturday September 30, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
D105

10:00am

How to Create & Use Google Forms
Creating a Form
  • Blanks vs. Templates
Basic Features
  • Question Types & Formatting
  • Page Based on Response
  • Data Valdiation
Settings
  • Presentation Options
  • Quiz Feature
  • Formatting Quiz
Sending & Sharing
  • Who do I send to and who do I share with?
Collecting Responses
  • Locating Responses in Forms
  • Locating Responses in Sheets

Speakers
avatar for Joe McClung

Joe McClung

Administrator, Woodland - Fayetteville
I am the Assistant Principal at Woodland Junior High in Fayetteville, Arkansas. I am entering my 10th year in education with 5 of those years in administration. Throughout my career in education I have been an advocate for technology integration into classroom instruction. I also... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
D106

10:00am

Twitter...FTW!
Twitter can be a confusing place for the uninitiated. How exactly does it fit into a school setting and what precautions should a school take to make sure students are safe? This session is ideal for teachers and administrators who are new to Twitter and want to know how to use it in personal and professional settings. We'll learn how to create an account, discover Twitter's use in education, who to follow and how to use it successfully.

Speakers
avatar for Ray Birks

Ray Birks

Instructional Technology Facilitator, Wenatchee School District
My role in the Wenatchee School District is to provide professional development and instructional leadership to our 1:1 iPad teachers and students. I love to explore and solve problems and help others to become confident and efficient users of whatever technology they happen to... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
E108

10:00am

Change you Class with HyperDocs (Part 1)
HyperDocs and G Suite of Education go together like bread and butter. HyperDocs is a great way to get your students working at their own pace. There are many ways to create HyperDocs. We will look each part of the HyperDoc process, as well as look at different templates and other HyperDocs people have made.



Speakers
avatar for David Stiner

David Stiner

Library Media & Technology Teacher, Toppenish School District


Saturday September 30, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
E110

11:00am

Coffee Break
Saturday September 30, 2017 11:00am - 11:15am

11:15am

AppsEvents Certified Admin L1 (session 2 of 3)

We continue to learn how to perform the most common tasks performed by Google Apps Admins including:

  1. More Google Apps
    1. Settings for Google+
      1. Turn off for sub orgs with under 13’s
      2. Overriding birth date settings where entered incorrectly and locked by student
    2. Settings for Chrome browser
      1. Setting the homepage
  2. Groups
    1. Differences between Groups and sub orgs
    2. Managing classes through groups
    3. Using Groups for projects, clubs and mailing lists
    4. Groups roles and permissions
  3. Reports
    1. Navigating the reports menu
    2. Set up alerts for suspicious activity
  4. Mobile Admin App for Android and iPhone
    1. Create a user from the mobile app
  5. Preparation for the afternoon certification sessions

Speakers
avatar for Dan Taylor

Dan Taylor

Director, AppsEvents
Dan Taylor is from the UK and the Director of AppsEvents. After studying Systems Engineering at University he worked as a management consultant where he developed a passion for EdTech projects. He has been involved in the Google Education community since the launch of Google Apps for Education in 2006. He began his Google work as a technical consultant managing the set-up and migration of schools to Google Apps, and has assisted the first schools to... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 11:15am - 12:15pm
D104

11:15am

Collaboration + Technology = Clarity
How do teachers gain time to focus deeply on student learning? Through the use of GSuite, without spending tons of money on other apps; unit planning, common assessments, data analysis, and RTI come to life with clarity and consistency across the district. See examples of how one district is working to do just this. 

Speakers
avatar for Tracy Nelson

Tracy Nelson

ELA TOSA, White River School District


Saturday September 30, 2017 11:15am - 12:15pm
D105

11:15am

Hack to the Apps

Hack to Apps!

Come learn how to hack a variety of Google friendly apps to make them work better for you. We will find new ways to utilize Google Classroom, goFormative, YouTube, NewsELA, Quizziz and more. Don't just use the Apps, Hack them!

Speakers
avatar for Joe Marquez

Joe Marquez

Middle School Science/ Instructional Technology TOSA, Clovis Unified School District
Joe Marquez is a passionate educator who loves nothing more than to discover new ways to motivate and engage his 8th grade science students. His focus is not on ways educators teach their kids, but rather on new ways they can better reach their kids. Technology has been the spark which has ignited his exploration into next generation educational technology and pushed him into becoming a leader and technology coach for the Clovis Unified School District. | | His innovating spirit, outgoing attitude and outrageous personality has earned him the coveted titles of Certified Google Innovator, Certified Google Trainer, Prezi Educational Society member, PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovator, Nearpod PioNEAR and Trainer, Remind Connected Educator and Advisory Board Member, Quiver Ambassador, Microsoft Innovative Educator, Common Sense Certified Educator and Ambassador, and CUE Rockstar Teacher Faculty. | | Recently Joe was the recipient of the CVCUE Educator of the Year Award, the prestigious Clovis Unified Crystal Award and keynote speaker at the California Teachers Summit in 2015 and 2106. | | Joe is also an adjunct Professor for the Fresno Pacific University Educational Technology Master's Program and guest instructor for the Fresno State Teacher Track Academy. | | View his blog... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 11:15am - 12:15pm
E108

11:15am

Automate with Autocrat
Did you ever wish there was another one of you? With autoCrat, that is nearly a reality! Come to this session and learn how this powerful Google Sheets add-on for mail merges can automate certain tasks or workflows. Get a chance to see it work first hand, peek behind the inner workings of the add-on in action, discuss classroom and school applications, and start to create with it yourself!

Speakers
avatar for Josh Gauthier

Josh Gauthier

Technology Training Specialist, Unified School District of De Pere
Josh is a Technology Training Specialist and former Business and Information Technology Educator. Currently working with grades 5 through 8 in the School District of De Pere(Wisconsin), Josh is ever passionate about the role that technology can play in increasing opportunities fo... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 11:15am - 12:15pm
D107

11:15am

Paperless Research with GSuite
Basics of Docs
  • Basic features and tools available
  • Review formatting and applications
Explore Feature & Other Integrated Features
  • How to Best use the Expore Feature
  • Review of Integrated Keep
Add-Ons
  • Recommended Add-ons for the Classroom
Repeat for Slides & Sheets

Speakers
avatar for Joe McClung

Joe McClung

Administrator, Woodland - Fayetteville
I am the Assistant Principal at Woodland Junior High in Fayetteville, Arkansas. I am entering my 10th year in education with 5 of those years in administration. Throughout my career in education I have been an advocate for technology integration into classroom instruction. I also... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 11:15am - 12:15pm
D106

11:15am

Create your Own HyperDoc (Part 2)
This is a continuation from Change your Classroom with HyperDocs or if you already have HyperDocs experience come join us to create a HyperDoc. You will work in teams to create a simple HyperDoc on a topic you pull out of a jar. 

Speakers
avatar for David Stiner

David Stiner

Library Media & Technology Teacher, Toppenish School District


Saturday September 30, 2017 11:15am - 12:15pm
E110

12:15pm

Lunch
Saturday September 30, 2017 12:15pm - 1:00pm

1:00pm

AppsEvents Certified Admin L1 Capstone Exercise on Admin Domain (session 3 of 3)
Speakers
avatar for Dan Taylor

Dan Taylor

Director, AppsEvents
Dan Taylor is from the UK and the Director of AppsEvents. After studying Systems Engineering at University he worked as a management consultant where he developed a passion for EdTech projects. He has been involved in the Google Education community since the launch of Google Apps for Education in 2006. He began his Google work as a technical consultant managing the set-up and migration of schools to Google Apps, and has assisted the first schools to... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 1:00pm - 2:00pm
D104

1:00pm

Chrome ~ Essential Settings & Useful Extensions
Omnibox
  • Search options
  • Advanced Search
Settings
  • Menu Options
  • Startup Options
Bookmarks & History
  • Bookmark Manger
  • Managing Bookmarks and Folders
  • Review history on browser and other devices
  • Search History
Web Store & Extensions
  • Extension vs. App
  • Browse Webstore
  • Review Top Extensions and Applications
  • Manage Extensions

Speakers
avatar for Joe McClung

Joe McClung

Administrator, Woodland - Fayetteville
I am the Assistant Principal at Woodland Junior High in Fayetteville, Arkansas. I am entering my 10th year in education with 5 of those years in administration. Throughout my career in education I have been an advocate for technology integration into classroom instruction. I also... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 1:00pm - 2:00pm
D106

1:00pm

Breakout of the Norm! Let's Get Digital
BREAKOUT Edu activities and scavenger hunts with Google forms for content aligned critical thinking activity. As a bonus we will also learn how to create "Choose your own EdVenture" activities with Google forms and/or Google slides. Don't want to create these yourself? Let your students be the creators of the content!

Speakers
avatar for Joe Marquez

Joe Marquez

Middle School Science/ Instructional Technology TOSA, Clovis Unified School District
Joe Marquez is a passionate educator who loves nothing more than to discover new ways to motivate and engage his 8th grade science students. His focus is not on ways educators teach their kids, but rather on new ways they can better reach their kids. Technology has been the spark which has ignited his exploration into next generation educational technology and pushed him into becoming a leader and technology coach for the Clovis Unified School District. | | His innovating spirit, outgoing attitude and outrageous personality has earned him the coveted titles of Certified Google Innovator, Certified Google Trainer, Prezi Educational Society member, PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovator, Nearpod PioNEAR and Trainer, Remind Connected Educator and Advisory Board Member, Quiver Ambassador, Microsoft Innovative Educator, Common Sense Certified Educator and Ambassador, and CUE Rockstar Teacher Faculty. | | Recently Joe was the recipient of the CVCUE Educator of the Year Award, the prestigious Clovis Unified Crystal Award and keynote speaker at the California Teachers Summit in 2015 and 2106. | | Joe is also an adjunct Professor for the Fresno Pacific University Educational Technology Master's Program and guest instructor for the Fresno State Teacher Track Academy. | | View his blog... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 1:00pm - 2:00pm
E108

1:00pm

Finding Your Docs and Organizing Your Drive
Is your Drive filling up with docs? Do you sometimes struggle to find files you've made or others have shared to you? Come learn tips for locating things, as well as proactive strategies for keeping yourself organized. Your time is too important to be wasted stumbling to find valuable information. As well, bring your questions!

Speakers
avatar for Lori Curtis

Lori Curtis

District Technology TOSA, White River School District
Lori Curtis is a district Technology Learning Specialist and National Board Certified Teacher. She has 15 years experience in education, 8 years as a district technology integration specialist and 7 years as a classroom teacher. Lori currently coaches all certificated teachers... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 1:00pm - 2:00pm
E110

1:00pm

Take Your Students on an Amazing Race
An engaging lesson is really about packaging. Regardless of subject, if we wrap up our content in an ugly bag, students won’t want it no matter how great it is. However, that doesn’t have to be the case! Join this session to see how you can apply an “Amazing Race” style activity, using Google My Maps and Forms, to any subject area, with examples of how it has been used with students. You’ll have an opportunity to experience the excitement of participating in one, learn the tools used to create one, and have ample time to begin creating your own! 

Speakers
avatar for Josh Gauthier

Josh Gauthier

Technology Training Specialist, Unified School District of De Pere
Josh is a Technology Training Specialist and former Business and Information Technology Educator. Currently working with grades 5 through 8 in the School District of De Pere(Wisconsin), Josh is ever passionate about the role that technology can play in increasing opportunities fo... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 1:00pm - 2:00pm
D105

2:00pm

Coffee Break
Saturday September 30, 2017 2:00pm - 2:15pm

2:15pm

Google Expeditions
Google Cardboard is a virtual reality device that builds background knowledge and interest like nothing else. Students ooh, aah, gasp, and ask questions as they gaze at 360 degree real world photographs. Anyone who has or wishes to have Google Cardboard headsets in his or her school will benefit from this session. Participants will learn the why, how, when and where of introducing Google Expeditions and using this powerfully engaging tool in the classroom!

Watch this video to learn what Google Cardboard can do for your students: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mlYJdZeA9w4

Speakers
JJ

Jill Jirava

Third Grade Teacher, Elk Ridge Elementary, White River School District
Jill Jirava is an elementary school teacher who has practiced for 29 years in the kindergarten through third grade classrooms with the White River School District. She has a Master’s Degree in educational technology and is a Nationally Board Certified Teacher. Currently, Jill uses Google Classroom with her third grade students. She has attended Google Summits and is excited to share about Google Expeditions via Google... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 2:15pm - 3:15pm
D107

2:15pm

Introduction to Google Tools Using a Classroom Management Lens
This session is designed for teachers new to GAFE. It will be hands-on and not a blast of information. Attendees will be introduced to a variety of extensions and applications and then downloading at least one of each. Teachers will be introduced to Google Forms and then create one to collect information from students, parents or staff. They will learn to sort the information in Google Sheets using an Add-On.

Speakers
avatar for Mark Woolsey

Mark Woolsey

K-5 Instructional Technology Facilitator, Wenatchee School District


Saturday September 30, 2017 2:15pm - 3:15pm
D106

2:15pm

Google Doc's with Style
Participants will learn what style formatting is in Google Doc's and how it works. Then participants will see examples of how this idea can help with a professional learning community meeting notes, online student journals and more. Last, participants will build a Google Doc with the style formattings to help organize their Summit Notes.

Speakers
avatar for Theren Hayes

Theren Hayes

Instructional Technology Specialist, Tukwila Public Schools #406
I am a veteran teacher of 17 years. I am proficient at applying technology tools to enhance my teaching and better my students' learning. I am a Google Certified Educator Level 2, Hapara Champion Scholar, Apple Teacher, and Seesaw Ambassador.


Saturday September 30, 2017 2:15pm - 3:15pm
E108

2:15pm

Right-Click Feedback for Writing Assessments in the ELL Social Studies Classroom
This session is ideal for secondary English, social studies, or ELL teachers who regularly use Doctopus and Goobric in a Google Classroom driven classroom, and are looking for time-efficient strategies to assess and provide feedback in writing assessments. This session will focus on the interaction of the Google Chrome extension "Chrome Clipper," which can be used to create right-click context menu lists to paste pre-made text. By using Chrome Clipper in combination with Google Docs’ comment system and deliberately aligned best-practice rubrics, teachers can immediately provide consistent, specific, and elaborated feedback for most common writing errors, misconceptions, and p-prims, while still having time at night to catch the new Game of Thrones and hit the gym.

Speakers
avatar for Claude Laude

Claude Laude

ELL Social Studies Teacher, Foster High School
Hello! My name is Claude. I’m deep into my mid-twenties, or maybe early in my late-twenties. Besides my undergraduate college days on the east side of the stateBurien, a suburb of Seattle, is where I call home. It isn’t really a suburb anymore though, in the traditional sense... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 2:15pm - 3:15pm
E110

2:15pm

Give 'em the World: Geo Tools for Your Classroom
The world is an awesome place and we can get our students exploring it with Google Tools! Join this session to learn about Google MyMaps and Google Tour Builder, discuss how it applies to the classroom, and begin creating your own. In addition, a myriad of mapping and geography resources will be shared, including interesting custom maps and geo games!

Speakers
avatar for Josh Gauthier

Josh Gauthier

Technology Training Specialist, Unified School District of De Pere
Josh is a Technology Training Specialist and former Business and Information Technology Educator. Currently working with grades 5 through 8 in the School District of De Pere(Wisconsin), Josh is ever passionate about the role that technology can play in increasing opportunities fo... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 2:15pm - 3:15pm
D105

2:30pm

Entrepreneurship for Teachers & Students

In this 'off topic' session we take a look at entrepreneurship in the new economy, and how both teachers and students can get involved. Dan Taylor is the founder and Director of AppsEvents, a Google for Education partner and organizer of summits and training worldwide. AppsEvents is is a completely virtual organisation with no offices and no full time employees that runs events most weeks quite literally across the globe. We look at this example and others of how people are building a new kind of business, often in their spare time using web-based tools. In particular we look at:

1. Teacher entrepreneurs - many teachers who are building businesses in their spare time and the types of things they are doing 2.The philosophy fom the book 'The four hour work week' by Tim Ferriss and how we use the 80/20 rule and Tim's 'DEAL - Definition, Elimination, Automation and Liberation' to run things

2. The tools to do it: How you can manage a business and promote yourself completely online - Almost entireluy using Google Drive, Sites, Hangouts, Plus and YouTube

3. The network: How to build a business with a team centric approach ....plus a lot more



Speakers
avatar for Dan Taylor

Dan Taylor

Director, AppsEvents
Dan Taylor is from the UK and the Director of AppsEvents. After studying Systems Engineering at University he worked as a management consultant where he developed a passion for EdTech projects. He has been involved in the Google Education community since the launch of Google Apps for Education in 2006. He began his Google work as a technical consultant managing the set-up and migration of schools to Google Apps, and has assisted the first schools to... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 2:30pm - 3:30pm
D104

3:30pm

Closing Session and Demo Slams
Saturday September 30, 2017 3:30pm - 4:00pm
Theater

4:00pm

Join us for a Networking Party
Please join us for the networking party which will be at The Rock – Lake Tapps

Address: 1408 Lake Tapps Parkway E Auburn, WA 98092

Tel No.: 253-833-7887



Saturday September 30, 2017 4:00pm - 6:00pm
The Rock – Lake Tapps 1408 Lake Tapps Parkway E Auburn, WA 98092
 
Sunday, October 1
 

9:00am

A TEDx Talk!
Speakers
avatar for Josh Gauthier

Josh Gauthier

Technology Training Specialist, Unified School District of De Pere
Josh is a Technology Training Specialist and former Business and Information Technology Educator. Currently working with grades 5 through 8 in the School District of De Pere(Wisconsin), Josh is ever passionate about the role that technology can play in increasing opportunities fo... Read More →


Sunday October 1, 2017 9:00am - 9:30am
Theater

9:40am

Communicate Faster With Merging Magic
You want to communicate with parents more regularly. We all do. But whether you have 25 kids all day or see hundreds, time is always a limiting factor. In this session, you'll learn how to use a little Google Sheets magic, the power of formMule and Google Forms to make feedback faster and life a little easier!

Good for Admins to automate responses, help requests etc.

Speakers
avatar for Josh Gauthier

Josh Gauthier

Technology Training Specialist, Unified School District of De Pere
Josh is a Technology Training Specialist and former Business and Information Technology Educator. Currently working with grades 5 through 8 in the School District of De Pere(Wisconsin), Josh is ever passionate about the role that technology can play in increasing opportunities fo... Read More →


Sunday October 1, 2017 9:40am - 10:40am
D104

9:40am

Digital Citizenship in the Elementary
We are turning more to STEM and technology so it is important to start teaching digital citizenship in the elementary. We will look at different digital citizenship opportunities that can be done easily in the classroom. 

Speakers
avatar for David Stiner

David Stiner

Library Media & Technology Teacher, Toppenish School District


Sunday October 1, 2017 9:40am - 10:40am
D105

9:40am

Take Home Devices: An Insider's Guide
Presentation
We plan to overview our school and district's steps to train staff, students and parents how to best utilize Chromebooks in a Take Home model. In October of 2016 we checked out 600 Acer R11 Chromebooks to 7th & 8th graders and have stories to share. This fall the district has expanded the project to 7th-9th across the district.
We will share our failures, challenges and successes. Our favorite tools, tips, applications and extensions will be highlighted.
We will share specific examples of how our school uses the G Suite tools; Classroom, Slides, Sites, Forms and Keep 
This session is ideal for teachers or administrators interested having their students check out and take home Chromebooks as well as staff who want to see some really unique ways to use G Suite.


Speakers
avatar for Ian Patrick

Ian Patrick

Teacher Librarian and Technology Coordinator, Woodward Middle School, Bainbridge Island School District
I've been a Teacher Librarian and Technology Coordinator for several decades in Kitsap County schools; from South Kitsap to North Kitsap and now with the Bainbridge Island School District. Earned my Google Educator Level 2 Certification after attending the Seattle Google Summit t... Read More →
avatar for Dani Stoehr

Dani Stoehr

Technology Support, Woodward Middle School


Sunday October 1, 2017 9:40am - 10:40am
E110

9:40am

Get exSITE-Ed!

Come get excited about the new Google Sites and all the many opportunities to use them for and with students. Learn how to creat an immersive site as an LMS for your parents and students. Learn how to link the site directly to your Google Classroom for automatic updating. Allow students to create digital portfolios for your class and all eir classes. Come get exSITE-Ed!

2. Get ready to ARm your Classroom!

Come play with the latest augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) for our classroom. See how to implement these tools into daily practices to allow students to experience the experience the learning and become part of the lesson. Come with excitement and leave with tools you can use tomorrow.

Speakers
avatar for Joe Marquez

Joe Marquez

Middle School Science/ Instructional Technology TOSA, Clovis Unified School District
Joe Marquez is a passionate educator who loves nothing more than to discover new ways to motivate and engage his 8th grade science students. His focus is not on ways educators teach their kids, but rather on new ways they can better reach their kids. Technology has been the spark which has ignited his exploration into next generation educational technology and pushed him into becoming a leader and technology coach for the Clovis Unified School District. | | His innovating spirit, outgoing attitude and outrageous personality has earned him the coveted titles of Certified Google Innovator, Certified Google Trainer, Prezi Educational Society member, PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovator, Nearpod PioNEAR and Trainer, Remind Connected Educator and Advisory Board Member, Quiver Ambassador, Microsoft Innovative Educator, Common Sense Certified Educator and Ambassador, and CUE Rockstar Teacher Faculty. | | Recently Joe was the recipient of the CVCUE Educator of the Year Award, the prestigious Clovis Unified Crystal Award and keynote speaker at the California Teachers Summit in 2015 and 2106. | | Joe is also an adjunct Professor for the Fresno Pacific University Educational Technology Master's Program and guest instructor for the Fresno State Teacher Track Academy. | | View his blog... Read More →


Sunday October 1, 2017 9:40am - 10:40am
E108

9:40am

GSuite for School Leaders
How to use Google Apps to help maximize work flow for administrators/supervisors by using calendar, forms, and more. This session will focus on helping individuals streamline the administrative processes that normally take up too much time. This session will help participants learn new ways to move towards a paperless office.

Speakers
avatar for Joe McClung

Joe McClung

Administrator, Woodland - Fayetteville
I am the Assistant Principal at Woodland Junior High in Fayetteville, Arkansas. I am entering my 10th year in education with 5 of those years in administration. Throughout my career in education I have been an advocate for technology integration into classroom instruction. I also... Read More →


Sunday October 1, 2017 9:40am - 10:40am
D106

10:40am

Coffee Break
Sunday October 1, 2017 10:40am - 10:50am

10:50am

Google Apps Administrivia
Administrators can uniquely use Google Applications to assist with their own productivity and leadership modeling. This session will help the directors, superintendents, principals, and other administrators understand the power of Google applications. Practical examples of strategies, add ons, extensions, and apps to use as a busy school administrator.

Speakers
avatar for Ray Birks

Ray Birks

Instructional Technology Facilitator, Wenatchee School District
My role in the Wenatchee School District is to provide professional development and instructional leadership to our 1:1 iPad teachers and students. I love to explore and solve problems and help others to become confident and efficient users of whatever technology they happen to... Read More →


Sunday October 1, 2017 10:50am - 11:50am
D104

10:50am

In"Form" Your Instruction
This session will be all about Google Forms and how to use them in the classroom. Topics covered will include basic and advanced form creation, creating self-grading quizzes and reviewing data in Google Sheets. Sheet add-ons will also be demonstrated. 

Speakers
avatar for Mark Woolsey

Mark Woolsey

K-5 Instructional Technology Facilitator, Wenatchee School District


Sunday October 1, 2017 10:50am - 11:50am
E110

10:50am

Using Google Apps & Google Friendly Apps to Assess Students
Learn how to use Formative APPsessments in the 21st century classroom. Teachers will learn to use Google Apps and a variety of free cloud-based and Google friendly programs which will help create formative assessments using apps so fun that your students will be begging to take another assessment. Also learn how to integrate augmented reality (Google Cardboard, Daqri, Quiver) into your classroom lessons to change the way your students think about school.

Speakers
avatar for Joe Marquez

Joe Marquez

Middle School Science/ Instructional Technology TOSA, Clovis Unified School District
Joe Marquez is a passionate educator who loves nothing more than to discover new ways to motivate and engage his 8th grade science students. His focus is not on ways educators teach their kids, but rather on new ways they can better reach their kids. Technology has been the spark which has ignited his exploration into next generation educational technology and pushed him into becoming a leader and technology coach for the Clovis Unified School District. | | His innovating spirit, outgoing attitude and outrageous personality has earned him the coveted titles of Certified Google Innovator, Certified Google Trainer, Prezi Educational Society member, PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovator, Nearpod PioNEAR and Trainer, Remind Connected Educator and Advisory Board Member, Quiver Ambassador, Microsoft Innovative Educator, Common Sense Certified Educator and Ambassador, and CUE Rockstar Teacher Faculty. | | Recently Joe was the recipient of the CVCUE Educator of the Year Award, the prestigious Clovis Unified Crystal Award and keynote speaker at the California Teachers Summit in 2015 and 2106. | | Joe is also an adjunct Professor for the Fresno Pacific University Educational Technology Master's Program and guest instructor for the Fresno State Teacher Track Academy. | | View his blog... Read More →


Sunday October 1, 2017 10:50am - 11:50am
E108

10:50am

Fire Up Student Engagement with Breakout EDU
Breakout EDU is spreading through schools like wildfire! Kids love it! Teachers love it! Come learn what all the hype is about and how the experience fosters student communication, collaboration, critical thinking, and problem solving skills. Breakouts can be used to teach core academic subjects in ELA, math, social studies, science, and more. The learning is completely student centered. Bring your adventurous side and a charged device to this session!

Speakers
avatar for Lori Curtis

Lori Curtis

District Technology TOSA, White River School District
Lori Curtis is a district Technology Learning Specialist and National Board Certified Teacher. She has 15 years experience in education, 8 years as a district technology integration specialist and 7 years as a classroom teacher. Lori currently coaches all certificated teachers... Read More →


Sunday October 1, 2017 10:50am - 11:50am
D106

10:50am

Revolutionize your Elementary Classroom with Chromebooks
What does it take to get active in the classroom with chromebooks? How do I get started? Why Chromebook? What does a classroom with Chromebooks look like? These are questions and more will be answered in this session. It you want to start blending your classroom some to this session. 

Speakers
avatar for David Stiner

David Stiner

Library Media & Technology Teacher, Toppenish School District


Sunday October 1, 2017 10:50am - 11:50am
D105

11:50am

Move to next session
Sunday October 1, 2017 11:50am - 12:00pm

12:00pm

Turning Professional Development on It's Ear
Schools spend an estimated $18 billion/year on professional development, most of which goes in one ear, rattles around a bit, and exits the other ear. Come and learn how one school district is changing the way facilitators deliver PD and how teachers internalize and personalize their own learning. Take the journey beyond Sit and Get and bring back techniques you can implement easily and effectively.

Good session for Admins who can lead and influence in this area.

Speakers
avatar for Ray Birks

Ray Birks

Instructional Technology Facilitator, Wenatchee School District
My role in the Wenatchee School District is to provide professional development and instructional leadership to our 1:1 iPad teachers and students. I love to explore and solve problems and help others to become confident and efficient users of whatever technology they happen to... Read More →


Sunday October 1, 2017 12:00pm - 1:00pm
D104

12:00pm

Blending Learning for Students of All Ages with Google Classroom
This course is for those that wish to blend their class or their professional development using Google Classroom. In this course, participants will learn about the courses I provided as a teacher and a now provide as a professional development instructor, the logistics of how to setup your classroom/pd, monitor the course, and how to assess learning. During the course participants will create their course and create templates for future posts so the tools can be implemented promptly. I will also share tips and tricks I have learned along the way. 

Speakers
avatar for Aaron Tomyn

Aaron Tomyn

Technology Integration Specialist, Sumner School District
Currently I am the technology integration specialist in the Sumner School District. In my current role, I support teachers in the integration of technology, support STEM, along with a variety of techy/STEMy tasks. I started my career in education as an elementary teacher then mov... Read More →


Sunday October 1, 2017 12:00pm - 1:00pm
D105

12:00pm

Getting Geeky With Google
Psssst! Want to get a little Geeky with me? Come to a session with me and learn some super Geeky tips for all thing Google. Google docs/slides/forms/chrome . This is not an overview, rather little know, hidden, and short Geeky tips to show you once and for all why we say Google is GSuite!

Speakers
avatar for Joe Marquez

Joe Marquez

Middle School Science/ Instructional Technology TOSA, Clovis Unified School District
Joe Marquez is a passionate educator who loves nothing more than to discover new ways to motivate and engage his 8th grade science students. His focus is not on ways educators teach their kids, but rather on new ways they can better reach their kids. Technology has been the spark which has ignited his exploration into next generation educational technology and pushed him into becoming a leader and technology coach for the Clovis Unified School District. | | His innovating spirit, outgoing attitude and outrageous personality has earned him the coveted titles of Certified Google Innovator, Certified Google Trainer, Prezi Educational Society member, PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovator, Nearpod PioNEAR and Trainer, Remind Connected Educator and Advisory Board Member, Quiver Ambassador, Microsoft Innovative Educator, Common Sense Certified Educator and Ambassador, and CUE Rockstar Teacher Faculty. | | Recently Joe was the recipient of the CVCUE Educator of the Year Award, the prestigious Clovis Unified Crystal Award and keynote speaker at the California Teachers Summit in 2015 and 2106. | | Joe is also an adjunct Professor for the Fresno Pacific University Educational Technology Master's Program and guest instructor for the Fresno State Teacher Track Academy. | | View his blog... Read More →


Sunday October 1, 2017 12:00pm - 1:00pm
E108

12:00pm

Using Google Docs to Plan as a Team
Use google docs to co-plan with your team. Learn how to use a weekly planning template to plan with your team and link in important documents such as unit plans, yearly grade level calendar, assessment results, intervention plans and other resources using links to share information and have your most important resources at your fingertips. This session is ideal for teachers/teams that want to take lesson planning and communication with each other to the next level.

Speakers
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Brinn Hutcheson

5th grade teachers, Mountain Meadow Elementary, White River School District


Sunday October 1, 2017 12:00pm - 1:00pm
D106

12:00pm

Feedback that Inspires Learning with Google Docs and Forms
Looking for ways to speed up your turn-around time with assignments while simultaneously increasing the value of your feedback? This presentation is for you. In this session you will learn how to leave comments on Google Docs that include links, videos, and follow-up assessments with a couple keystrokes. You'll also learn how to build Google Forms that can be used as formative assessments that reteach during the assessment process, not after. Throughout the session, you'll also be able to discuss some of the research and theories behind effective feedback and how technology allows to do the things we've always wished you could do when it comes to assessment and feedback. Teachers who will benefit most from this session will have a basic understanding of Google Docs and Forms and at least occasionally have written assessments in their classroom.

Speakers
avatar for Tyler Rablin

Tyler Rablin

Instructional Technology Coach and HS ELA Teacher, Sunnyside High School
Tyler is a current instructional technology coach, high school ELA teacher, Google for Education Certified Trainer in the Sunnyside School District. After receiving a Master of Arts in teaching from Lewis and Clark College, he spent three years teaching in Oregon before moving up... Read More →


Sunday October 1, 2017 12:00pm - 1:00pm
E110

1:00pm

Closing & Lunch/Departure
Sunday October 1, 2017 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Theater