The CCSS present both opportunities and challenges for students with special needs. This session will answer your most pressing concerns and support you in applying the best tools and resources that can immediately help your students succeed.
Welcome yourself to CUE 2015 with a session that is what CUE is all about: sharing. Hall Davidson, with assistance from Jon Corippo, will be the emcee of MAIN event to get you in the sharing mood! Do you have a tech tip that the whole world needs to know? A cool workaround, gadget or website? Come up on stage, grab the mic and join the CUE conference in a very “hands-on” way. Just want to enjoy and watch about 20+ cool must have ideas? Feel free to just watch too. This event will be live streamed. Award winning student short films will be screened, and you can learn inside tips about the TOTAL CUE EXPERIENCE in Palm Springs, including outside events, venues and sites to see. ADDENDUM NEW SESSION
Gone are the days of teaching a "technology lesson" a few times a year, as the Common Core State Standards have technology integration and digital literacy skills embedded in standards starting in Kindergarten. Come dig into the standards and discuss the need for cultural change towards technology integration into all curriculum areas.
Get on the train or lay on the tracks. How and why you should: Reemphasize voc-ed with new virtual tools; open up closed captions for reading instruction; make math digital; use a 3D printer; start a media festival; get bandwidth from surprising places. Most important, explore building examples that expose students to thinking they’ll need for career and life.
Your device reveals outer space (live), your own follicles, or close-ups of Van Gogh’s brush strokes. From opening locks to making replacement organs, see where life is headed and how classroom technology awakens student perspectives. Seismographs, sensors, heart beats, orrery, eyes for the blind, and more. Wearable tech, VR and AR have changed the world from auto repair to walks in the park. Let’s match Monday morning with tomorrow.
The #NoWorksheetWeek Teacher challenge is an opportunity for teachers to push their pedagogy forward and meet the needs of the students coming to our classrooms every day. See how this global movement is changing learning and how you can start a challenge in your own school or district.
One of the fastest growing technology practices, Augmented Reality takes places, locations and materials and adds an additional dimension of content and learning that has never been experienced before. Augmented Reality is not just being used in the classroom, but the boardroom, billboard, magazine, city and much much more. We will also show you how easy it is to create your own Augmented Reality.THIS SESSION WILL NOT BE LIVESTREAMED
There are many resources that keep us connected to effective instructional tools and exemplary practices as we implement technology for diverse learners. Gather together with other educators, add these new tools to your tool kit and explore ways that we can develop local networks of support.
LightSail embeds in-text assessments in the very best books, delivering instant data that changes the game for educators. Come learn why Bill Gates calls LightSail a 'breakthrough tool for teachers.'
Join a panel of Future-Ready leaders as they discuss the White House-led initiative and what it means for the future of education. For more information, visit: http://futurereadyschools.org
What a fantastic time to be using technology in the classroom. The amount of free, affordable and downright cool solutions is amazing! This class will introduce you to some of the top Websites, Apps and Tools that you can start using in your classroom tomorrow. We will also take a peek into the future at some technology that might be part of your classroom in the future. THIS SESSION WILL NOT BE LIVESTREAMED