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<div><b>Presenter:</b> Sarah Sepulveda</div><div><b>Grades: </b>Pre-K - 2nd</div><div><b>Content area:</b> All</div><div><b>Details: </b>A refresher or intro course for primary teachers with tips for efficient use of iPads and tried and true ways they can support your instruction.</div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenters:</b>Angie Oliverson and Stacey Gleinser</div><div><b>Grades: </b>K - 5th</div><div><b>Content area: </b>ELAR</div><div><b>Details:</b>In this session we'll talk about cross curricular books published in the last 3 years and ways to integrate these titles and tech into classroom lessons and activities. Some of the books will be available electronically through NEISD resources and some will be in regular print, but all will be shared with some great iPad or Chromebook activities to show and extend learning.</div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenter:</b> Sue Carlson</div><div><b>Grades: </b>All</div><div><b>Content Area: </b>All</div><div><b>Details: </b>Come explore "SchoolWires," our new, ADA-compliant teacher web client. Get all the NEISD required elements on your page completed in one session! Have your website ready before "Meet the Parents" night!</div><div><br></div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenters: </b>Wes Ryan, Brad Cloud and Michelle Haider</div><div><b>Content area:</b> All</div><div><b>Grades:</b> 6th - 12th</div><div><b>Details: </b>Streamline your class with resources that will help you save time and effort. Use simple tweaks to ensure you know where your students are in the learning and that they are engaged. Discuss clever options for stations, and grouping by ability, to change how you teach in the secondary classroom. </div><div><br></div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenter: </b>Gabriel Carrillo</div><div><b>Grades:</b> All</div><div><b>Content area: </b>All</div><div><b>Details:</b> This Nearpod Bootcamp will cover any and everything Nearpod related. Participants will get an in-depth training on all Nearpod tools and tricks. In addition, participants will create and walk out with a completed Nearpod lesson integrating what is covered in this class. </div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenter:</b> Erin Valdes</div><div><b>Grades: </b>All</div><div><b>Content area:</b> All</div><div><b>Details:</b> Participants will learn how to create and use a Google Form to make project grading and rubrics easier! Bring your teacher laptop and come see how simple setups can make managing your grading easier! Each participant will have the opportunity to leave with a digital grading form ready for the new school year.</div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenters: </b>Teresa Brown, Cindy Glenn, and Amanda Galvin</div><div><b>Grades: </b>All</div><div><b>Content area: </b>All</div><div><b>Details:</b> Come learn how to connect students to a workspace with all of your content or let them create from scratch. SMART amp brings the whole class, groups of students or individuals together in a shared space to work on projects, add multimedia content and learn how to better communicate online. Teachers who are novices or experienced with amp are welcome to attend. Bring your laptop to learn and to create content for your classes. </div><div><br></div><div>Sign up for both parts to hear all of the information. Part I is 3 hours and Part II is 3 hours. </div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenters: </b>Julie Cripps and Yvonne Pleasentshelf</div><div><b>Grades:</b> Pre-K - 2nd</div><div><b>Content area:</b> SPED</div><div><b>Details: </b>Participants will do the following: Become familiar with the features of Boardmaker software, create communication boards, develop overlays for communication devices, and design other visual supports.</div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenters: </b>Julie Cripps and Yvonne Pleasentshelf</div><div><b>Grades:</b> Pre-K - 2nd</div><div><b>Content area:</b> SPED</div><div><b>Details: </b>Participants will become familiar with: SoundingBoard: a simple app for emerging communicators, Proloquo2Go: a category based app for intermediate communicators, and LAMP WordsforLife: an app based on word associations and motor memory.</div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div>Presenter: Sarah Ogden</div><div>Grades: Pre-K - 8th</div><div>Content: All</div><div>Details: In this class, we will learn about many great Google Features such as research tools, how to make a form for surveys, and learning which apps and extensions in the Chrome Web Store can support your curriculum. We will look at Chrome itself and the helpful settings that make it even better, as well as productivity extensions and tips for you in your teaching and personal life. We will explore how the Chromebooks function, and the differences in the Chrome experience between Folio and Chromebook. Please bring your charged teacher laptop with you. (This class does not cover Google Drive or Classroom.)</div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenter: </b>Erin Marshall </div><div><b>Grades:</b> All</div><div><b>Content area: </b>Math</div><div><b>Details:</b> Explore SMART lab activities and discuss different ways they can be used in the classroom with students. Time will be built in for participants to create an activity to use at the beginning of the year.</div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenters: </b>Sarah Ogden and Heather Miller</div><div><b>Grades:</b> Pre-K - 5th</div><div><b>Content area: </b>All</div><div><b>Details:</b> Aimed at the Elementary Grades (K - 5), this class will allow teachers with little to moderate knowledge of Seesaw explore different Seesaw features while rotating through content area stations. Each station will share ideas for teachers to try at various grade levels, based on the TEKS. Please bring your own charged iPad with the Seesaw Class app already downloaded.</div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div>Presenters: Heather Miller and Stacey Gleinser</div><div>Grades: Pre-K - 5th</div><div>Content area: All</div><div>Details: What would your day look like if you were not able to use paper? How could push the boundaries and integrate technology into your already created lesson plans? This session will cover a variety of different resources, such as Smart LAB, Nearpod, and variety of different apps, that you can use to have a worksheetless Wednesday!</div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenters:</b> David Strauss and</div><div>Ann Hargrove</div><div><b>Content area:</b> All</div><div><b>Grades: </b>All</div><div><b>Details:</b> Learn how to incorporate video editing in the Classroom. Bring both student and teacher created projects to the big screen through the use of apps like iMovie and Filmora Go. Must bring your iPad and laptop to this session.</div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenter:</b> Chad Belford</div><div><b>Content area: </b>All</div><div><b>Grades</b>: All</div><div><b>Description: </b>Come learn some tools and strategies to utilize student devices on our NEISD WiFi network. We’ll learn how to create digital quizzes, and exit tickets, collect data, and encourage student collaboration with these tools that work on a “Bring Your Own Device” campus. Your campus hasn’t adopted BYOD yet? No problem! Everything we will learn will work on district devices on our network, as well. Please bring your teacher laptop and a mobile device.</div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenter: </b>Michael Benavides</div><div><b>Content area:</b> All</div><div><b>Grades:</b> 9th - 12th</div><div><b>Details:</b> An introduction to using YouTube in NEISD to set up and create your channel. We will explore playlists, privacy rights, sharing, subscriptions, approving videos and using the video editor to create your own content.</div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenter:</b> Jennifer Heine</div><div><b>Content area:</b> All</div><div><b>Grades:</b> All</div><div><b>Details: </b>In this class users will learn how to set up a Google Classroom along with a variety of ways to use the virtual classroom to interact with students.</div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenter: </b>Chad Belford</div><div><b>Content area: </b>All</div><div><b>Grades:</b> All</div><div><b>Details: </b>Come learn some technology tools to help you stay connected with students, parents, other teachers, and the world! Some of the tools we’ll utilize are Twitter, Google Forms, Pinterest, video conferencing software, Google Voice, Remind, and more!</div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenter: </b>Dave Mullinix</div><div><b>Content area:</b> 6th - 12th</div><div><b>Grades: </b>All</div><div><b>Details: </b>In this session, we will explore the Secondary Instructional Monthly blog and reveal all of the tools and resources that are available. Participants will have time to explore on their own and will also be guided through some of the programs and activities that are highlighted in the Secondary Instructional Monthly.</div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenter: </b>Jodi Harris</div><div><b>Content area: </b>All</div><div><b>Grades:</b> All</div><div><b>Details:</b> An introduction to Breakout EDU. This class will give you several templates for you to use to create your own digital Breakout EDU lessons. No need for physical boxes and locks when you go digital. You will need your laptop for this class.</div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenter: </b>Laura Moore</div><div><b>Content area</b>: All</div><div><b>Grades: </b>All</div><div><b>Details: </b>Sutori is a web based application that brings student work to life with various mutimedia content. Students and teachers can create interactive timelines that engage students in the learning process. Use text, images, video, quizzes, and links to additional content to provide learning opportunities across all content areas. </div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenters:</b> Victoria Soto and Amir Burton</div><div><b>Grades:</b> 8th - Algebra</div><div><b>Content area:</b> Math</div><div><b>Details:</b>Come learn the layout of the Nspire handheld and compare the TI-84. This session for all teachers who use, or will use, the TI-Nspire with their students. Calculators will be provided.</div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenter: </b>Ann Hargrove</div><div><b>Content area:</b> All</div><div><b>Grades: </b>All</div><div><b>Details: </b>Come and explore various digital assessment tools that will increase student engagement and success in the classroom. The exciting use of Quizizz, Quizlet, Smart, and Google quizzes will give your learners a voice that impacts how you are teaching and help differentiate their learning. Must bring your laptop. iPad is optional. </div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenter: </b>Scott Mayer</div><div><b>Content area: </b>All</div><div><b>Grades:</b> All</div><div><b>Details:</b> Learn how to move all your files into and organize yourself in Google Drive along with its sharing for folders, documents etc. We will also look at the Chrome Web Store and what apps/extensions are and how they can help you.</div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenter:</b> Jennifer Heine</div><div><b>Content area:</b> All</div><div><b>Grades:</b> All</div><div><b>Details: </b>In this class users will learn how to navigate and use Google Drive. </div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenter: </b>Stacey Gleinser</div><div><b>Grades:</b> K- 5th</div><div><b>Content area:</b> ELAR, Math, and Science</div><div><b>Details:</b>Learn how to use coding and integrate it into curriculum. Find ways to teach TEKS while using code. The presenter will show how they used coding with Math, Reading, and Science throughout different elementary grades. </div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenter: </b>Dave Mullinix</div><div><b>Grades:</b> 3rd – 12th</div><div><b>Content area:</b> All</div><div><b>Details:</b>Participants will learn how to setup their own Google classroom, create announcements, assignments and how to integrate the classroom into other technology that you may already be using. </div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenter:</b> Sue Carlson</div><div><b>Grades: </b>All</div><div><b>Content area: </b>All</div><div><b>Details: </b>Come explore "SchoolWires," our new, ADA-compliant teacher web client. Get all the NEISD required elements on your page completed in one session! Have your website ready before "Meet the Parents" night!</div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><br></div><div><b>Presenter: </b>Paola Villalón-Perezsandi</div><div><b>Grades:</b> All </div><div><b>Content area:</b> All</div><div><b>Details: </b>Google Earth Tour Builder is an excellent tool to use with students in class to create virtual tours, narrate a story, retelling historical events, or even create their personal finance plan. Tour Builder allows you to enrich your projects with multimedia data such as photographs, video clips and text. A laptop is required. </div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><br></div><div><b>Presenter:</b>Paola Villalón-Perezsandi</div><div><b>Grades:</b> All </div><div><b>Content area:</b> All</div><div><b>Details</b> This course will teach you the basics of App Smashing and several apps you can use to achieve that challenge. A list of apps will be emailed to you prior to the session. Make sure to either download them yourself or put in a help desk ticket (if your campus has already been "refreshed"). This is a more advanced course for iPad users. IPad is required.</div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenter: </b>Gabriel Carrillo</div><div><b>Grades:</b> All </div><div><b>Content area:</b> All</div><div><b>Details</b> Learn the basics of Nearpod to help transform the way you deliver content in your classroom. Take the projector out of the equation and learn how to utilize your classroom technology (iPads, Chromebooks, VDI's, etc.) more in your classroom. At a BYOD campus? Learn how to take advantage of this technology and have the students use their devices as learning tools. </div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenter: </b>Sarah Ogden</div><div><b>Grades:</b> K- 5th</div><div><b>Content area:</b> All</div><div><b>Details:</b>Come learn about how to easily create and set up centers that incorporate your existing classroom technology. This training is geared toward Kinder-5th grade. Get to ready to go through interactive centers to help keep your students engaged. Some favorite apps will be shared as well. Please bring your charged laptop to create your own centers, and an iPad. </div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenter: </b>Lorrie Garcia</div><div><b>Grades:</b> 9th – 12th </div><div><b>Content area:</b> SPED</div><div><b>Details:</b> Kurzweil, a text to speech program, has numerous features that support learners who struggle with text. We'll de-mysticize the converting of text to an accessible format. You'll learn how this program can support writing and study skills, and how weave these supports into daily activities.</div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenter: </b>Lorrie Garcia</div><div><b>Grades:</b> All </div><div><b>Content area:</b> SPED</div><div><b>Details:</b> We'll investigate numerous text-to-speech tools, ways to make text accessible, and tips and tricks in the creating of documents that are accessible from the get go.</div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenters: </b>Teresa Brown, Cindy Glenn, and Amanda Galvin</div><div><b>Grades: </b>All</div><div><b>Content area: </b>All</div><div><b>Details:</b> Come learn how to connect students to a workspace with all of your content or let them create from scratch. SMART amp brings the whole class, groups of students or individuals together in a shared space to work on projects, add multimedia content and learn how to better communicate online. Teachers who are novices or experienced with amp are welcome to attend. Bring your laptop to learn and to create content for your classes. </div><div><br></div><div>Sign up for both parts to hear all of the information. Part I is 3 hours and Part II is 3 hours. </div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenter: </b>Scott Mayer</div><div><b>Grades:</b> All</div><div><b>Content area:</b> All</div><div><b>Details:</b> Using Lightspeed and a screen recorder learn how to record your lessons to use in a flipped classroom model or to post for your students/parents to review on your website.</div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenter: </b>Scott Mayer</div><div><b>Grades:</b> All</div><div><b>Content area:</b> All</div><div><b>Details:</b> Learn the intricacies of your SmartBoard to help self diagnose and resolve Smart Board issues.</div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenters: </b>Victoria Soto and Amir Burton</div><div><b>Grades:</b> 8th - Algebra</div><div><b>Content area:</b> Math</div><div><b>Details:</b> If you have taken a beginner course and are ready for more, then this session is for you. Find out how this device will be able to help your students discover concepts in your course. </div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenter: </b>Laura Moore</div><div><b>Grades:</b> All</div><div><b>Content area:</b> All</div><div><b>Details:</b> How are you using technology in your classroom? Want to truly redefine the student learning experience and shift your teaching practice? HyperDocs could be the answer you are looking for. A digital tool that replaces the worksheet method of delivering instruction, HyperDocs are a way to package web tools that can be used to transform your lessons into interactive, multi-layered experiences for students.</div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenters: </b>Jordan Nutt, Suzanne Horan and Jeanette LeGrant</div><div><b>Grades:</b> Pre-K – 5th</div><div><b>Content area:</b> All</div><div><b>Details:</b> In this session, you can explore how an iPad, a green screen app, and a green background can transport your students to any place or time. Learn how to easily create green screen videos and the impact it can have for your elementary classroom. </div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenter: </b>Jordan Nutt</div><div><b>Grades:</b> All </div><div><b>Content area:</b> All</div><div><b>Details:</b> This is an introduction to SMART amp, a collaborative workspace that allows students and teachers to easily create content, add multimedia, and communicate in real time. All you need is a web-browser. Participants will learn how to set-up a class, create and share an assignment, and navigate a workspace. SMART amp is a great tool for collaborative learning projects for any subject or any grade level. Bring your laptop so you can participate as a student and start creating lessons as a teacher. </div><div><br></div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenter: </b>Sarah Sepulveda</div><div><b>Grades:</b> Pre- K – 5th</div><div><b>Content area:</b> All</div><div><b>Details:</b> An introduction to using YouTube in the elementary classroom. Curate resources available on YouTube or upload your own to support instruction. We will set up your channel, explore playlists, privacy rights and more as well as learn to use the video editor to create our own content.</div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenter: </b>Wes Ryan</div><div><b>Grades:</b> 3rd – 12th </div><div><b>Content area:</b> All</div><div><b>Details: </b>Learn the basics of a proven instructional strategy. We will discuss the purpose of an anchor chart and how to use them in your classroom. We will spend time looking at a few options to create these charts digitally so they can be printed and shared with your students electronically. You will have time to create in this session.</div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenter: </b>Chad Belford</div><div><b>Grades:</b> All</div><div><b>Content area:</b> All</div><div><b>Details:</b> Exploring the Virtual World in the Classroom: looking for a way to create interest and increase student engagement? VR (virtual reality) and AR (augmented reality) can enhance students' classroom experience by providing an immersive, technology-driven approach to learning. Come learn some fun ways to incorporate VR and AR into your classroom!</div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenter: </b>Dave Mullinix</div><div><b>Grades:</b> All</div><div><b>Content area:</b> All</div><div><b>Details:</b> In this session participants will be introduced to Edpuzzle, which allows teachers to use video for formative assessment. Participants will also learn how they can easily create their own video and upload it to Edpuzzle or create an assessment using Google Forms.</div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenter: </b>Michael Benavides</div><div><b>Grades:</b> All</div><div><b>Content area:</b> All</div><div><b>Details:</b> NEISD has iPads but now with the free iMovie app we also have a fun, engaging way to create and edit videos for both teacher and student productivity! We will practice using the iPad to record and edit video footage for use on your teacher sites or YouTube! (Bring Your iPad)</div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenter: </b>Brad Cloud</div><div><b>Grades:</b> All</div><div><b>Content area:</b> All</div><div><b>Details:</b> Come to this class to learn about digital tools such as Evernote, Google Keep, Symbaloo, If This, Then That, and others. All of these fall into the category of “productivity”. You’ll leave this class with a better handle on all of the information we have to juggle on a daily basis. Please bring your teacher laptop and your mobile phone.</div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenter: </b>Jennifer Heine</div><div><b>Grades:</b> All</div><div><b>Content area:</b> 3rd – 5th</div><div><b>Details:</b> In this session a laundry list of sites that allow students to create products within one class period will be shared. We will also talk about how to have students submit these products. </div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenters: </b>Jeanna Martinez and Joshua Olguin</div><div><b>Grades:</b> 6th – 8th</div><div><b>Content area:</b> Science</div><div><b>Details:</b> Get started with Edusmart in your secondary science classroom.</div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenter: </b>Heather Miller</div><div><b>Grades:</b> All </div><div><b>Content area:</b> All</div><div><b>Details</b>: This class will be geared toward teachers who have created a Google Classroom and are ready for a fast paced, intensive guided tour through its features. After creating assignments, quizzes, and announcements, participants will move on to learn about resources- such as Newsela, Edpuzzle, and Google Forms- that easily integrate into Google Classroom.</div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenters: </b>Erin Marshall &amp; Michelle Haider</div><div><b>Grades:</b> All </div><div><b>Content area:</b> Math, Science, and Social Studies</div><div><b>Details</b>: Bring topics to life with these green screen apps! Learn how to put your students into the setting of a book, take them back in time to a battle ground, sail the seven seas or just put a new twist on an animal research project. Using green screen apps you will learn how to make other teachers "green with envy!" We will be sharing one paid app- Doink.</div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenter: </b>Erin Marshall </div><div><b>Grades:</b> All</div><div><b>Content Area: </b>Math</div><div><b>Details:</b> Explore SMART lab activities and discuss different ways they can be used in the classroom with students. Time will be built in for participants to create an activity to use at the beginning of the year.</div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenter: </b>Karli Werner</div><div><b>Grades:</b> 3rd – 5th</div><div><b>Content area:</b> ELAR and Social Studies</div><div><b>Details</b>: Struggling with ways to integrate technology into your ELAR or Social Studies class? Walk away with some tips, tricks, and lessons to incorporate technology easily into your daily lessons. I will provide examples of ways to integrate technology as part of the curriculum rather than in isolation.</div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
<div><b>Presenter: </b>Paola Villalón-Perezsandi</div><div><b>Content area:</b> All</div><div><b>Grades: </b>All</div><div><b>Details: </b>Come and explore various digital assessment tools that will increase student engagement and success in the classroom. The exciting use of Quizizz, Quizlet, Smart, and Google quizzes will give your learners a voice that impacts how you are teaching and help differentiate their learning. Must bring your laptop. iPad is optional. </div> northeast.schoolobjects.com
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