Content Area: ICT Literacy/Technology Skills

BDTu01-HL
2019 Session
Empower the Middle/High School Learner with a Personal Learning Backpack
Kathleen McClaskey, CEO & Chief Learning Officer, Empower the Learner, and Diana Petshchauer, AT for Education
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Level: Beginner
Grades: 6-8, 9-12

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In this BYOD session, participants will learn how to build a Personal Learning Backpack (PLB) with MS/HS learners based on the strengths and challenges they have using a Learner Profile (LP). Discover and experience the tools, technologies and apps that can empower your MS/HS learners to support a challenge or enhance a strength so they can become more independent and self-directed in their learning. Walk away with an understanding of the apps, tools and resources found in Chrome extensions and iOS apps along with the learning skills that can support the learner variability you have in your MS/HS classroom.
Equipment needed: Chromebook and/or iPad
Software needed: Chrome extensions and iPad iOS apps will be used during the session.
BDTu01-SP
2019 Session
Choose Your Own Adventure in Writing
Nicole Cassamassino, Digital Learning Specialist, Bedford School District, and Kara Speaker, Bedford School District
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Level: Beginner
Grades: K-5, 6-8
Do you remember Choose Your Own Adventure books as a child? Being able to choose what happens next in the story was an awesome experience. And then being able to read the book again with a different outcome . . . priceless. Join us to learn how we used Book Creator and a green screen to spark students' interest in writing their own choose your adventure book. This session will provide step by step suggestions and hands on opportunity. Attendees will be able to adapt this writing experience for any level and subject area.
Equipment needed: iPads, laptops and Chromebooks can be used for this session.
Software needed: Participants using an iPad will need to install the free Book Creator app. Those using a laptop will need to ensure that they have the most up to date Chrome web browser installed.
BDTu02-SP
2019 Session
DIY Digital Scavenger Hunts & Breakouts
Andrew LaFlame, Library Media Specialist/Tech Integrator, Winnisquam Regional Middle School
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Level: Intermediate
Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12
In this session, participants will learn about how to create digital scavenger hunts to challenge students to solve problems using a variety of techniques and online resources. Some examples might be deciphering a snippet from a foreign language and finding a way to translate it or finding media of a landmark to obtain information for a puzzle. There will be a hands on component where participants create their own challenges as well. These tasks can involve almost any sort of online or physical resource and be connected to virtually any content area. The only limit is your imagination. If you're interested in Breakout boxes but can't find room in the budget, this session is for you!
Equipment needed: Participants will need a notebook or Chromebook device that is capable of accessing the Google Apps suite.
Software needed: Participants will need a Google account that can access the Google Apps suite.
BDTu03-HL
2019 Session
Breakout of Passive Learning! - Break Down Different Kinds of Breakouts
Christine Donoghue, Library Technology Media Specialist, Billerica Public Schools
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Level: Intermediate
Grades: All

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Breakouts come in all shapes and sizes... You can use all kinds of bells and whistles or just ease into the concept slowly. If you think you know all about Breakouts, think again! If you think a Breakout means that you have to turn your whole classroom into an Escape Room: you will be pleasantly surprised at these other avenues. If you are afraid to try Breakouts, then this class is for you. If you already tried them and are looking to take it up a notch, come and discuss! This workshop will cover Breakouts in a differentiated style. After running a 12-week Breakout course for teachers, I learned how teachers of all skill levels can start using Breakout methods in their classrooms. Digital Breakouts through BreakoutEDU, DeckToys or Google Sites are all great options Simple breakouts with one topic or deep comprehensive breakouts will be covered. Learn about a variety of clue-making and designing tools, as well as sandbox sites with many different Breakouts. Take home lists, templates, and tools.
BDTu04-P
2019 Session
Getting Started with 3D Printing
Joanna Marcotte, Computer Science Teacher, The Founders Academy
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Level: Beginner
Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12
Have you ever wondered about getting started with 3D Printing? Hear some tips and tricks about design, maintenance, and development tools from students and staff at The Founders Academy.
Equipment needed: All attendees are requested to bring a Chromebook, Mac or Windows OS laptop.
Software needed: There are no software requirements.
BDTu04-SC
2019 Session
CANCELLED ~ Tools & Tricks for Going Gradeless & Becoming Feedback Focused
Nels Tooker, 5th & 6th Grade Teacher, Newington Public School
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Level: Beginner
Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12, All
The ideas in this session will benefit you if you're already on your way toward a gradeless classroom or if you just want to start grading less and enhance your feedback. Indeed even if you're just curious and want to push your thinking about what fewer grades and authentic assessment can look like, this session has something for you. In this session, participants will learn about technology tools and resources to transform your letter and number grades into a student centered, feedback focused environment. We will explore how a transition to a gradeless classroom might go from piloting a single gradeless unit to ditching the letter and number system entirely. Participants will also learn and share specific strategies for going gradeless or grading less even if your district has strict grading requirements. Is going gradeless in today's world revolutionary? Perhaps. Crazy? Some might say so. Impossible? Only if you don't try. Come see that you aren't the only one who wishes they could throw out the grades and focus on feedback and learn how to put those revolutionary and transformative ideas into action.
BDTu04-SP
2019 Session
Coding with CodeSpark Foos: Programming with PreK through Grade 5
Chantal Duval, Digital Learning Coach, Chichester Central School
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Level: Beginner
Grades: Pre-K, K-5
The CodeSpark Foos are adorable characters in a completely engaging digital world that is accessible to non-readers and readers alike. This free for schools app is fantastic for introducing our youngest learners to programming basics and building up to intermediate programming skills and free coding opportunities for game design and storytelling. Teach skills about sequencing, logic, problem solving and more in a game like cartoon adventure. Come meet the CodeSpark Foos friends and learn why these little friends will have your students coding in no time and prep work will be a breeze.
Equipment needed: Laptop, Chromebook OR Tablet (Android/iOS)
Software needed: If on a Tablet or Android compatible Chromebook, you may want to download the CodeSpark Foos app prior to the session.
BDWe01-SP
2019 Session
Hyperdoc-in' Inquiry
Karen Desjadon, Media Specialist, Londonderry School District, and Susan Wakelin, Londonderry High School
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Level: Intermediate
Grades: 9-12

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Scaffolding inquiry in a hyperdoc?! Come learn about successes that Susan and Karen had working to develop inquiry and research skills while integrating technology. Through collaborative, collegial relationships this history teacher and media specialist worked together to immerse students in personalized learning experience using GAFE tools, reliable websites, and databases. Navigate through the hyperdoc on your own, ask questions, and learn how you can use this to improve a project in your class, regardless of content area
Equipment needed: Bring your device. Google Account
BDWe02-HL
2019 Session
The Great Digital Escape: Inquiry & Google Forms
Eric Bird, Technology Integrator, Salem School District, NH, and Aurora Merry, Salem High School, NH
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Level: Beginner
Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12
Learn how to create engaging hands-on breakout activities with a digital component that can be used with any subject or grade level. Join us for this fun and collaborative activity to solve a mystery, discover how this technique has been successfully implemented in a high school forensics course, and learn how to create your own activity for the classroom. Utilizing Google Forms and analysing evidence left behind at the scene, attendees will race to piece together clues and complete activities, ultimately solving the mystery. With the popularity of shows like CSI, NCIS, Bones, and Dexter, forensic science is the new "hot topic" high school course. See how technology and Google Forms have been integrated to help students review and apply content knowledge throughout the course. No previous experience with forensic science, Google Forms, or specific grade-level teaching is required to participate in this engaging activity. Please bring a computer or cell phone to fully participate in the activity. Eric Bird is a Technology Integrator in Salem, NH with a background of 25 years in education as a classroom teacher, nonprofit director, professional presenter, and technology specialist. Aurora Merry is a science educator who has taught a variety of levels and courses at Salem High School in Salem, NH for close to 20 years.
Equipment needed: Any device with a web-based browser.
BDWe03-HL
2019 Session
Using Book Creator Across the Curriculum
Jill Schock, Substitute/Retired Elementary Teacher, Nottingham School/Rollinsford Grade School
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Level: Beginner
Grades: K-5, 6-8

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Participants will be lead through the creation of book using Book Creator. Each page will focus on a different subject to showcase how Book Creator can be used for more than just story creation. Participants need a device with wifi accessibility or the Book Creator app downloaded ahead of time. Come with ideas that you may want to incorporate into your classroom.
Equipment needed: Wifi accessible device
Software needed: Optional: Book Creator app but the web version is suffient. iPad users might want to download the app.
BDWe03-SP
2019 Session
Digital Breakouts - A Virtual Escape Room
Denise Wood, Business Teacher, Canaan Schools, and Josh Smith, Groveton High School
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Level: Beginner
Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12

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Learn how to create a virtual "escape room". In a digital breakout, students work collaboratively to solve a series of puzzles in order to open "locks" in a Google Form. As educators, we're always looking for effective ways to engage our students without breaking our budgets. Great news, digital breakouts are FREE! This hands-on session will teach participants how to utilize various Google Apps to create their own class "escape room". The educational learning possibilities for this tool are endless!
Equipment needed: Laptop, Chromebook, or Tablet
Software needed: Each device needs the Chrome browser and each participant needs a Google account.
PreC01-HL
2019 Session
Girls in STEAM: Drones & Art
Amanda Bastoni, CTE Director, Nashua Technology Center North, and Erin Knoetig, Nashua School District

Level: Beginner
Grades: 9-12
Cost: $180, $130
Join this session to explore curriculum, activities, insurance, funding suggestions, and more for educators interested in starting a drone class at their school. Dr. Amanda Bastoni, CTE Director of the Nashua Technology Center North Campus, and Erin Knoetig, Photography Teacher for more than 13 years, serve as your facilitators leading discussions and sharing lessons learned. Hear insights about drones and careers connected to drones during a breakout panel session with experts in the field including: Dr. Eric Frauwirth, Administrator of the Bureau of Career Development for the State of NH; James Brough, National Aviation and Space Education Program Manager at the FAA; and Justin Kates, Director of Emergency Management for the City of Nashua. Finally, meet students who participated in the drone program at Nashua and have the opportunity to speak with them about their experience. This sessions is hands-on, so come prepared to participate, fly drones, take notes, and ask questions. This workshop is offered in both BYOD and MITI formats. The registration fee for the MITI format includes the cost of the workshop AND the device/resources. The BYOD format includes only the cost of the workshop, the attendee is solely responsible for securing the required resources listed on the website.
Equipment needed: MITI workshop includes a mini drone and the book "Drones in Education Let Your Students' Imaginations Soar." The specific drone model included will be posted by early October on the conference website at www.nhcmtc.org. BYOD registration fee requires that you bring your own drone as specified on the website.
Software needed: There are no additional software requirements.
PreC02-SD
2019 Session
CANCELLED ~ Full STEAM Ahead with Hummingbird Robotics
Heidi Doyle, Librarian & Tech Integrator, Sunapee Central Elementary School
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Level: Beginner
Grades: K-5, 6-8
Cost: $275, $130
Join Heidi, librarian and tech integrator, as you spend the morning creating a creature out of recyclable materials and then bring it to life using a Hummingbird Robotics Kit. Learn how to utilize a drag and drop block program to add sound, lights, and motion to your creations. During the afternoon, discover how the presenter used these kits for a collaborative project with third grade classroom teachers and the art teacher in her Sunapee school. The afternoon also includes designing lesson plans to meet the needs of individual participants. This is a full day of coding, collaboration, creativity, and fun! This workshop is offered in both BYOD and MITI formats. The registration fee for the MITI format includes the cost of the workshop AND the device/resources. The BYOD format includes only the cost of the workshop, the attendee is solely responsible for securing the required resources listed on the website.
Equipment needed: MITI workshop includes a Hummingbird Robotics kit. The specific model and accessories included will be posted in early October on the conference website at www.nhcmtc.org. All participants are requested to bring either a laptop computer or Chromebook. BYOD registration fee requires that you bring your own drone as specified on the website.
Software needed: Installation for Windows: https://www.birdbraintechnologies.com/hummingbirdduo/snap/install/ Installation for Mac :https://www.birdbraintechnologies.com/hummingbirdduo/snap/ Installation for Chrome - https://www.birdbraintechnologies.com/hummingbirdduo/snap/
PreC03-P
2019 Session
Google Educator Level 1 Certification Bootcamp
Allison Mollica, USA Director, AppsEvents
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Level: Intermediate
Grades: All
Cost: $455, $130
The Google Educator Certifications showcase your knowledge and application of innovative tools and techniques to engage learners and promote a 21st century collaborative learning environment. The Google Certified Educator Level 1 Boot Camp prepares you to take Google's exam by providing pedagogically sound ideas for the use of G Suite in the classroom. Complimenting Google for Education Fundamentals training, you actively work through authentic learning scenarios and secure new ideas for using tools across the suite including Google Classroom, Forms, Docs, Sheets, Sites, Slides, YouTube, and more! This workshop is offered in both BYOD and MITI formats. The registration fee for the MITI format includes the cost of the workshop AND the device/resources. The BYOD format includes only the cost of the workshop, the attendee is solely responsible for securing the required resources listed on the website.
Equipment needed: MITI workshop includes a rugged, touchscreen Chromebook. The specific Chromebook model included will be posted by early October on the conference website at www.nhcmtc.org. The BYOD registration fee requires that you bring your own Chromebook or laptop..
Software needed: BYOD - latest version of the Google Chrome browser installed on your device Prior to the workshop, if you do not already have a Google account, participants are requested to create a free account at: https://accounts.google.com/signup
PreC05-D
2019 Session
Merge Technology with Handwritten Notes; Rocketbook Everlast
Deb Boisvert, Consultant, Google Certified Educator, NHSTE
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Level: Beginner
Grades: All
Cost: $100, $65
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Combine the joy, freedom, and portability of offline writing and sketching while being able to sync with a wide variety of cloud-based storage platforms including Google drive folders and Classroom. This is the last notebook you will ever need! Rocketbook Everlast is easily erased and can be reused over and over again. Explore classroom applications and PDF tools and tricks to leverage the use of your documents after uploading. This workshop is offered in both BYOD and MITI formats. The registration fee for the MITI format includes the cost of the workshop AND the device/resources. The BYOD format includes only the cost of the workshop, the attendee is solely responsible for securing the required resources listed on the website.
Equipment needed: MITI workshop includes a Rocketbook and pens. The specific model and accessories included will be posted by early October on the conference website at www.nhcmtc.org. BYOD registration fee requires that you bring your own Rocketbook and pens as specified on the website. Participants are also requested to bring a mobile device (smart phone or tablet).
Software needed: Install the Rocketbook App on your mobile device Prior to the workshop, if you do not already have a Google account, participants are requested to create a free account at: https://accounts.google.com/signup
PreC07-H
2019 Session
Chromebooks in the Primary Classroom
Debra Rodd, Digital Learning Specialist, Bedford School District
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Level: Beginner
Grades: Pre-K
Cost: $390, $65
Learn about different ways Chromebooks can be used with students in grades K-2. Explore ideas for using G Suite and Google Classroom to differentiate in all curriculum areas as well as classroom management techniques for using Chromebooks whether you have 1:1 or shared Chromebooks. This workshop demonstrates how young students can independently use Chromebooks. Participants leave with a variety of resources to use in their own classroom. This workshop is offered in both BYOD and MITI formats. The registration fee for the MITI format includes the cost of the workshop AND the device/resources. The BYOD format includes only the cost of the workshop, the attendee is solely responsible for securing the required resources listed on the website.
Equipment needed: MITI workshop includes a rugged, touchscreen Chromebook. The specific Chromebook model included will be posted by early October on the conference website at www.nhcmtc.org. BYOD registration fee requires that you bring your own Chromebook. No additional equipment is required for this workshop.
Software needed: BYOD - latest version of the Google Chrome browser installed on your device Prior to the workshop, if you do not already have a Google account, participants are requested to create a free account at: https://accounts.google.com/signup
PreC08-CL
2019 Session
Everyone Can Create: Ignite Creativity with iPad for Early Learners (K-5)
Matt Brooks, Development Executive, Apple

Level: Beginner through Advanced
Grades: Pre-K, K-5
Cost: $415
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To succeed in today's world and to shape tomorrow's, students need to tap into their creative potential and learn to express themselves in new and innovative ways. Join us to learn about Everyone Can Create, a program from Apple designed to help unleash the creative potential in every student through photography, video, music, and drawing with iPad. Experience engaging lessons that introduce fundamental skills and techniques in music and drawing using free apps available on iPad. Each attendee is provided with free curriculum guides and skills to create deeper learning activities centered on creation in the classroom. Remember everyone is an artist! Note this session is geared towards those who educate early learners in schools. A separate afternoon session is offered for those who are focused on middle school and high school. This workshop is offered in the MITI (a device is included in the workshop fee) format ONLY.
Equipment needed: This workshop is offered in the MITI format ONLY and includes a 32 GB WIFI Apple iPad and Logitech Crayon. The specific model iPad included will be posted by early October on the conference website at www.nhcmtc.org. There are no additional equipment requirements.
Software needed: There are no additional software requirements.
PreC10-W
2019 Session
CANCELLED ~ Student Voice, Authentic Audiences, & Original Publications
Cynthia Merrill, Staff Developer & Speaker, LivBits, and Andrea Calvin, The Reynolds Center

Level: Beginner
Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12
Cost: $165
Story is one of the most powerful technologies for causing learning and creating connections. Join Cynthia Merrill and Andrea Calvin as they provide a hands-on workshop focused on authentic storytelling and empowering student voice. Drawing from her days as a newspaper editor, Andrea shares stories from the classroom and ideas on how to get your students published. Cynthia is a consultant, speaker, and teacher dedicated to strengthening literacy experiences for all students and the mother of our Tuesday keynote speaker, Olivia Van Ledtje @thelivbits. Cynthia works in diverse school communities throughout the US coaching, training, and encouraging administrators and teachers in their practices. Explore the power of Get Published! an online student publishing platform (K-12) hosted by Peter H. Reynolds (The Dot, Say Something, The Word Collector). Using Get Published!, Peter coaches your students through videos and activities, sharing real-world tips on developing characters and storylines, the value of collaboration and editing, and the joy of publishing books. During the session, participants explore ideas for the classroom and the tools to unlock their own publishing house - in their classroom. This workshop is offered in the MITI (a device is included in the workshop fee) format ONLY and includes a Get Published! classroom license (26 accounts).
Equipment needed: This workshop is offered in the MITI format ONLY and includes a classroom license (26 accounts) for Get Published. The application details will be posted by early October on the conference website at www.nhcmtc.org. Participants are requested to bring a laptop, chromebook, or any browser based device (keyboard recommended if using a tablet).
Software needed: Registration fee includes a Classroom license (26 accounts) for Get Published. There are no additional software requirements.
PreC12-D
2019 Session
CANCELLED ~ Become a National Geographic Certified Educator
Ariel Simons, National Geographic

Level: Beginner
Grades: All
Cost: $65
What does it take to transform kids into explorers? Become a Nat Geo Certified Educator to find out. Come embark on a journey with National Geographic and take part in our free Educator Certification Program. This professional learning opportunity supports pre-K through 12 formal and informal educators to become innovative leaders who teach students about the world, empowering them to succeed and to make it a better place. Benefits of certification include access to resources, mentorship, and leadership opportunities with National Geographic; connection to a community of like-minded educators; and professional recognition. During this workshop, complete Phase 1 of the certification process, diving into our Learning Framework, which covers the attitudes, skills, and knowledge areas that embody the attributes of an explorer. Discover a rich source of assets with a global and geographic perspective and learn how to effectively integrate those resources into their lessons. Improve upon your visual storytelling skills to build confidence in sharing more with your community about your students' successes, as well as your own.Participants may choose to complete Phases 2 & 3 online, integrating relevant resources into their lessons. Courses run in the Winter, Spring, and Fall and are self paced. It takes educators approximately 20 hours to complete the course from start to finish. This workshop is offered in the BYOD format only.
Equipment needed: BYOD workshop only, participants are requested to bring both a laptop or Chromebook AND a mobile device.
Software needed: There are no additional software requirements.
PreC14-F
2019 Session
CANCELLED ~ Getting Started with 3D Printing
Joanna Marcotte, Computer Science Teacher, The Founders Academy
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Level: Beginner
Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12
Cost: $365, $65
Have you ever wondered about getting started with 3D Printing? Hear some tips and tricks about design, maintenance, and development tools from students and staff at The Founders Academy. Learn about using Google Drawing, TinkerCAD, and BlocksCAD for 3DPrint Design. This is designed to be a workshop for beginners or those relatively new to 3DPrinting. Also discover where to locate already made print files. Leave with 2-3 print designs they can print themselves after the workshop. Also discussed are lessons learned in 3DPrinting and additional equipment considerations. This workshop is offered in both BYOD and MITI formats. The registration fee for the MITI format includes the cost of the workshop AND the device/resources. The BYOD format includes only the cost of the workshop, the attendee is solely responsible for securing the required resources listed on the website.
Equipment needed: MITI workshop includes a 3D printer. The specific model printer included will be posted by early October on the conference website at www.nhcmtc.org. BYOD registration fee requires that you bring your own printer as specified on the website. All attendees are requested to bring a Chromebook, Mac or Windows OS laptop.
Software needed: There are no additional software requirements.
PreC15-CL
2019 Session
Everyone Can Create: Ignite Creativity with iPad (6-12)
Matt Brooks, Development Executive, Apple

Level: Beginner through Advanced
Grades: 6-8, 9-12
Cost: $415
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To succeed in today's world and to shape tomorrow's, students need to tap into their creative potential and learn to express themselves in new and innovative ways. Middle and high school educators are invited to join us to learn about Everyone Can Create, a program from Apple designed to help unleash the creative potential in every student through photography, video, music, and drawing with iPad. Experience engaging lessons that introduce fundamental skills and techniques in music and drawing using free apps available on iPad. Each attendee is provided with free curriculum guides and skills to create deeper learning activities centered on creation in the classroom. Remember everyone is an artist! This workshop is offered in the MITI (a device is included in the workshop fee) format ONLY.
Equipment needed: This workshop is offered in the MITI format ONLY and includes a 32 GB WIFI Apple iPad and Logitech Crayon. The specific model iPad included will be posted by early October on the conference website at www.nhcmtc.org. There are no additional equipment requirements.
Software needed: There are no additional software requirements.
PreC16-F
2019 Session
STEAM PlayLab
Chantal Duval, Digital Learning Coach, Chichester Central School, and Julie Quesnell, Pembroke Academy
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Level: Beginner
Grades: All
Cost: $395, $65
"Play is often talked about as if it were a relief from serious learning. But for children play is serious learning. Play is really the work of childhood."- Fred Rogers. STEAM toys are becoming a huge part of the toy market and many toys are being developed for all age-levels to provide opportunities to explore STEAM. Learn about several of the new products out there which encourage learning through exploration and play. Find your inner child and play with some of our own STEAM toys that can be used in classrooms in any subject area. These toys are tools in a child's world and open opportunities for STEAM exploration and skill building. This workshop is offered in both BYOD and MITI formats. The registration fee for the MITI format includes the cost of the workshop AND the device/resources. The BYOD format includes only the cost of the workshop, the attendee is solely responsible for securing the required resources listed on the website.
Equipment needed: MITI workshop includes the following STEAM resources: Sphero Mini, Hue Animation Studio Kit (Camera & Software), Ozobot Evo Entry Kit, ViewMaster VR Viewer, and Creopop Pen. The specific devices/kits included will be posted by early October on the conference website at www.nhcmtc.org. BYOD registration fee requires that you bring your own STEAM resources as specified on the website. There are no additional equipment requirements but participants are encouraged to bring a Chromebook, laptop, or mobile device.
Software needed: There are no additional software requirements.
PreC19-H
2019 Session
Chromebooks & Chrome Extensions to Support All Learners
Jennifer Lowton, Director of Technology, Sacopee Valley Schools | MSAD55
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Level: Beginner
Grades: Pre-K, K-5, 6-8, 9-12, All, Tech Department
Cost: $390, $65
Chromebooks have become a preferred and successful digital tool choice in many learning settings. Educators explore the setup and basics of Chromebook use, tips and tricks as well as basic Google apps integration. Learn how to use Chrome Extensions and Apps to support struggling learners and what Chromebook features do this as well. Participants also experience and work with other great Chrome apps and extensions and take away some class lesson ideas. This workshop is offered in both BYOD and MITI formats. The registration fee for the MITI format includes the cost of the workshop AND the device/resources. The BYOD format includes only the cost of the workshop, the attendee is solely responsible for securing the required resources listed on the website.
Equipment needed: MITI workshop includes a rugged, touchscreen Chromebook. The specific Chromebook model included will be posted by early October on the conference website at www.nhcmtc.org. BYOD registration fee requires that you bring your own Chromebook. No additional equipment is required for this workshop.
Software needed: Prior to the workshop, if you do not already have a Google account, participants are requested to create a free account at: https://accounts.google.com/signup.
PreC20-D
2019 Session
Digital Making: Raspberry Pi , Circuit Playground, & Makey Makey
Joelle Henry, Computer Science Teacher, Salem High School, and Tammy Andrews, Milford
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Level: Both beginner and intermediate
Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12
Cost: $220, $65
Learn the basics of making with Raspberry Pi, Circuit Playground, and Makey Makey from certified trainers! Always wanted to use technology in your class, but not sure how? Come explore with these technologies and learn the basics of how you can incorporate these in your class. Already have experience? Take this opportunity to learn from certified trainers with Raspberry Pi and Makey Makey and take your teaching to the next level! This workshop is offered in both BYOD and MITI formats. The registration fee for the MITI format includes the cost of the workshop AND the device/resources. The BYOD format includes only the cost of the workshop, the attendee is solely responsible for securing the required resources listed on the website.
Equipment needed: MITI workshop includes the following "Digital Making" resources: Raspberry pi Cana Kit, Circuit Playground Express, and Makey Makey kit. The specific kits included will be posted by early October on the conference website at www.nhcmtc.org. BYOD registration fee requires that you bring your own Making resources as specified on the website. Attendees are requested to bring a Chromebook, Mac or Windows laptop with a USB port.
Software needed: There are no additional software requirements.
PreC22-W
2019 Session
FREE Parent Forum: Tips for Staying Safe, Savvy, & Smart Online
Cynthia Merrill, Staff Developer & Speaker, LivBits, and Olivia Van Ledtje, Oyster River School District

Level: Beginner
Grades: K-5, 6-8
Cost: FREE
Join our Tuesday keynote speaker, 12-year old Olivia Van Ledtje @theLivBits and her mom, Cynthia Merrill as they share five key ideas that matter for connected learners. Hear how Liv's work as a "book activist" has gone global. Be inspired how Live has come to know her place in the world through technology creation and connected learner opportunities. This mom and daughter interactive presentation will give you much to consider about YOUR child's digital life. There will be time for Q&A and light refreshments will be served. RSVP via the CMTC website in the fall.
T1-01
2019 Session
Crafting Your Digital Identity with a Global Audience
Olivia Van Ledjte, Tuesday Keynote Speaker

Level: Beginner
Grades: All
Using books, bytes, swipes, and likes explore how this 12-year old crafted her digital identity using a global audience. In today's connected world, it is no longer a question of whether or not students are going to be using a device; it is about supporting students to create, reason, and connect responsibly. Discover how crafting her digital identity gave deeper purpose to her literacy journey and hear about five key ideas for digital citizenship.
T1-07
2019 Session
Improving Presentations: Pecha Kucha Style
Cynthia Young, Social Studies Teacher, Ms., and Kai Dennett, Portsmouth High School
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Level: Beginner
Grades: 6-8, 9-12
Experience the world of Pecha Kucha, where students and teachers create powerful, precise, practiced presentations which last only six minutes and forty seconds. Creating and delivering these 20 x 20 slideshows (20 slides X 20 seconds each) will build in success by using structures which can be evolved and adapted to fit the needs of the audience. These techniques will transform how you and your students engage with, and share, ideas and information, by starting with a clear design. In over 1000 cities around the world, people use Pecha Kucha to teach each other about their passions with these structured, seven-minute, image-focused presentations. This will be a co-led student and teacher presentation.
T1-08
2019 Session
Paper Prototyping Bootcamp for STEAM-Powered Learning
Andrea Calvin, VP, Dir. of Communications/Development, The Reynolds Center TLC

Level: Beginner
Grades: K-5, 6-8

Repeated: W5-08
Discover how schools, libraries, and programs across the country have used FabMaker Studio to create practical, affordable makerspaces using paper, cardstock, and inexpensive digital fabricators. This session provides hands-on opportunities for getting comfortable with easy, paper-based digital design and fabrication software tools. Participants experience the benefits of rapid paper prototyping, which allows for quick cycles of testing and iterative design enhancements - especially helpful within limited class periods. Explore research-based best practices, appropriate to get all students (PreK-12) designing and creating. We encourage participants to bring their devices.
T3-01
2019 Session
Book Bosses: Reading, Thinking, & Creating with Tech
Olivia Van Ledjte, Tuesday Keynote Speaker

Level: Beginner
Grades: All
Stories play a powerful role in how students process difficult situations, understand the world, and deepen passions. Led by 12-year old book activist, LivBit amplifies student voice. Learn how using tech tools transforms student thinking, inspires digital creation and becomes stepping stones for student agency and activism.
T3-03
2019 Session
Sketch to Stretch Creative Thinking
Karen Desjadon, Media Specialist, Londonderry School District, and Amy Downing, Londonderry High School
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Level: Beginner
Grades: All

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How are you working creative thinking or design thinking into your instruction? Have you considered sketchnoting? Sketchnoting is a tool that we can use with students to inspire creative thinking and help them work toward creative new, innovative products. During this session, you will begin sketching and check out student work that has increased collaboration and creativity. We will also work in some time to reflect on some of the ideas learned during the day!
T3-04
2019 Session
Strengthening Literacy with iPad
Matt Brooks, Development Executive, Apple

Level: Beginner
Grades: Pre-K, K-5
Discover new ways to enhance students' literacy skills with the power of iPad. Explore the built- in features on iPad and a variety of education apps that can build reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills. Experience creativity apps that help students increase fluency and demonstrate their knowledge in creative and personal ways.
T3-07
2019 Session
Fun with Forms!
Jenifer Hollander, Teacher Grade 5, Milford School District
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Level: Intermediate
Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12, All
Learn how to use forms effectively, including how to reuse forms without duplicating them, how to organize collected data, and how to use the add-on Autocrat.
T3-08
2019 Session
Show What You Know: Using Digital Storytelling to Encourage Student Voice
Andrea Calvin, VP, Dir. of Communications/Development, The Reynolds Center TLC

Level: Beginner
Grades: All

Repeated: W1-08
Encourage your students "Say Something" through digital storytelling. During this session discover how schools across the globe have implemented digital storytelling strategies using animation and publishing programs to engage students. The programs highlighted - Animation-ish and Get Published! - will be easy to use and are based on award-winning author/illustrator Peter H. Reynolds' inspiration for both students and teachers alike in the power to tell a story.
T5-01
2019 Session
Covering Online School News: Collaborating with Your Principal
Jason Parent, Principal, Londonderry High School, and Mary DeWinkeleer, Londonderry High School

Level: Beginner
Grades: 6-8, 9-12
Come explore strategies to effectively collaborate with students, advisors, and administration to cover daily news in your school community and develop journalism students with highly marketable skills. The Lancer Spirit is both an online and print new magazine produced by students at LHS. Londonderry HS principal, Jason Parent and school news magazine advisor, Mary DeWinkeleer share how they are engaging students in covering school community events in ways that are meaningful to them, respectful, insightful, and authentic. Discuss the challenges of the Hazelwood rule and how working together they have avoided the potential for harsh restrictions that other school newspaper advisors might feel. Learn how the principal has empowered students to, "Do it right. Do it well. Be truthful. Get all the facts. Do all the difficult interviews. Be honorable, credible journalists." A quote from one student journalist, Morgan Torre, provides insight into the success of this program, "Mr. Parent has not only presented his own views and facts during interviews, but he has also brought in the other side. He cares more about the school than his own agenda."
T5-02
2019 Session
Remixing Formative Assessments With Tech: Paving a Path to Competency
Jeanna Wagner, Instructional Coach, Pelham High School, and Krista Day, Pelham School District
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Level: Intermediate
Grades: 9-12

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Long-held research confirms that strategic formative assessment is stimulative to student learning. In a competency based learning environment, it has never been more important to use formative assessments to target instruction and to provide ongoing support on the road to mastery. With the recent explosion of technological tools to facilitate formative assessments, our potential to facilitate dynamic formative assessments that stimulate learning is literally limitless. In this demonstration presentation, hear how teachers are applying research based formative assessments and digital integration strategies in both core content and elective courses as a means of personalizing the learning experience and moving students forward toward competency and beyond.
T5-04
2019 Session
Bring Augmented Reality to Your Classroom with iPad
Matt Brooks, Development Executive, Apple

Level: Beginner
Grades: All
Firsthand experience is one of the most powerful ways to learn. With augmented reality, students can experience just about anything they can imagine. Join us to explore augmented reality apps on iPad that help students connect their learning to the world in new ways.
T5-06
2019 Session
Making a Full Length Movie with Students
Brian Chagnon, Videography and Photography, SAU61
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Level: Beginner
Grades: 6-8, 9-12

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Learn the process of creating a full length movie with students. Hear from students and their teacher on how to pitch the idea, create the story, storyboard the scenes, explore any technical sides of photography and videography. Finally walk through the steps of securing a venue and sponsorship opportunities. This is a collaborative effort from all teachers as students learn how to write, read, conceptualize, constructive criticism, photography skills, editing, marketing, many more.
T5-07
2019 Session
Who Wants to Seesaw? Digital Portfolios in the Elementary Classroom
Chris Lindsay, Digital Learning Specialist, North Reading Public Schools, and Barbara Mantere, North Reading Public Schools
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Level: Beginner
Grades: Pre-K, K-5

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Hear from a first grade teacher, who has implemented Seesaw, a free web-based digital portfolio tool, in her classroom this year. We will walk through setting up teacher/student accounts, posting and sharing student work with families. By the end of the session, you will be ready to try this out in your classroom! If you are already using Seesaw, please come share your experiences and how you're using this app with your students.
T5-08
2019 Session
Book Signing with Olivia ~ Our Tuesday Keynote
Olivia Van Ledjte, Tuesday Keynote, and Cynthia Merrill, LivBits


Grades: All
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T7-05
2019 Session
Creating PD Opportunities to Meet the Needs of ALL Teachers
Rachel Kuberry, Assistive Technology Specialist, Lexington Public Schools, and Lisah Rhodes, Lexington Public Schools
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Level: Intermediate
Grades: All
Learn about flexible, innovative professional development opportunities to meet the needs of all teachers within their schools. We will share our experience as coaches who support a wide variety of professionals across multiple schools, different grade levels, and all subject areas. Over the years, we noticed that our traditional professional development offerings were leaving some teachers out! As a result, we tried a variety of new approaches to professional development within our district. Examples include blended classes (online and face-to-face), connecting our teachers to digital professional resources outside of our district (such as blogs and podcasts), our own district podcast, small department meetings, and a quarterly newsletter.
T7-08
2019 Session
FabNH! Showcase
FabNH! Grant Educators, from across NH


Grades: All

Repeated: W7-08
Featuring the FabMaker Studio projects created by FabNH students and educators, come learn about this grant-funded STEAM program and create your own designs. Discover how schools across New Hampshire have used the FabMaker Studio STEM program with an inexpensive paper fabricator. Looking for a perfect gateway to introduce 3D printing, this is an economical and simple solution.
Tue-AM-Playground-Henry
2019 Session
Digital Making: Raspberry Pi , Circuit Playground, & Makey Makey
Joelle Henry, Computer Science Teacher, Salem High School, and Tammy Andrews, Milford
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Level: Both beginner and intermediate
Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12
Learn the basics of making with Raspberry Pi, Circuit Playground and Makey Makey from certified trainers! Always wanted to use technology in your class, but not sure how? Come explore with these technologies and learn the basics of how you can incorporate these in your class. Already have experience? Take this opportunity to learn from certified trainers with Raspberry Pi and Makey Makey and take your teaching to the next level!
Tue-AM-SH-T-Marinace
2019 Session
Podcasting for Improved Literacy
Rose Marie Marinace, Technology Innovation Facilitator, Laconia School District, and Liz Rosenfeld, Laconia School District
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Grades: All
In this session participants will discover how students in the Laconia School District from 5th grade to HS have improved their editing and writing through podcasting. Hear from the Pleasant Street School and District Technology Innovator, Liz Rosenfeld and Rose Marie Marinace about applying research and editing skills across the curriculum
Tue-PM-SH-S-Dasho
2019 Session
Supporting Interdisciplinary STEAM Projects through Digital Learning
Kathleen Dasho, District K-12 Digital Learning Specialist, North Reading High School, and Dan Downs, North Reading Public Schools
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Grades: 9-12
Students from North Reading High School will explain and demonstrate how they used the design thinking process to approach challenges, interpret learning, identify creative opportunities and experiment mindfully to iterate design solutions. This will include the students self-identified process as students worked through to design a "Stair Climbing Robot" and "Designing Games Using The Unity Game Engine". Students will describe the important mechanical and programming principles that moved them in the direction of being able to design and construct their own projects, ie., personalized learning and learning connected to their own interests. How does robotics in the classroom support college and career readiness? This project shows the culmination of an idea that inspired students to create a stair climbing robot. The demands of e-commerce shoppers are pushing retailers to compete for speedier delivery, which is driving up costs to hire drivers and buy and maintain vehicles while creating more traffic on busy city streets. Students are proposing a stair climbing robot which can deliver food, medicine, etc., without taking up space and is environmentally friendly. Also shown will be students using the Unity Game Engine. These students will demonstrate an original video game idea implementation, preparing them with job skills for real world careers.
Tue-PM-SH-S-DeCamp
2019 Session
Creating Videos with WeVideo
Kathleen DeCamp, technology integrator, Inter-Lakes


Grades: K-5, 6-8
Participants will learn from students about how to create and edit green screen videos using wevideo.
Tue-PM-SH-S-Doyle
2019 Session
STEAMing Birds of Prey
Heidi Doyle, Librarian & Tech Integrator, Sunapee Central Elementary School, and Michele Shepherd
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Grades: K-5
Learn from Sunapee grade 3 students about how they studied Birds of Prey through the research and creation of a moving bird in an integrated unit with Art, Technology, and classroom research! Find out how they used Science, Technology, Engineering and Art for their projects, and see their birds in action!
W1-08
2019 Session
Show What You Know: Using Digital Storytelling to Encourage Student Voice
Andrea Calvin, VP, Dir. of Communications/Development, The Reynolds Center TLC

Level: Beginner
Grades: All

Repeated: T3-08
Encourage your students "Say Something" through digital storytelling. During this session discover how schools across the globe have implemented digital storytelling strategies using animation and publishing programs to engage students. The programs highlighted - Animation-ish and Get Published! - will be easy to use and are based on award-winning author/illustrator Peter H. Reynolds' inspiration for both students and teachers alike in the power to tell a story.
W3-01
2019 Session
Reimagining Literacy Through Global Collaboration
Pernille Ripp, Wednesday Keynote Speaker


Grades: All
Have you ever wondered what can happen when you integrate technology into your literacy instruction? Pernille Ripp and her students have been reading, writing, and discussing with the world since 2010, fundamentally changing the way she teaches and how her students read and write. Join us as we share ideas for how technology can take your literacy instruction to a new level, including ways to use Skype, Twitter, Edmodo, blogging, and many other tech tools that will allow for global collaboration, cross-curricular projects, and sparking the love of reading and writing in students.
W3-02
2019 Session
Teaching Media Literacy in an Era of Fake News
Kerry Gallagher, Assistant Principal, Teaching & Learning, St. John's Prep

Level: Beginner
Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12
We hear a lot about "fake news," but that term is really a symptom of the lack of media literacy in a digital age where information is instant. In fact, Stanford Graduate School of Education found that more than 80% of middle and high school students were unable to distinguish between advertisements and real news stories. This session includes advice from educators, journalists, media literacy experts, and emotional intelligence researchers on how to bring critical media literacy skills to your classroom so students are able to make informed decisions about the media that bombards them every day.
W3-03
2019 Session
Little Hands Learning Lab - Integrating Technology & STEM
Lori Puzzo, Library Media Specialist, Merrimack School District, and Cathy Cibotti, Reeds Ferry Elementary
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Level: Beginner
Grades: Pre-K, K-5
Learn how Reeds Ferry School utilized the Chris Nelson Memorial Grant from NHSTE. Presenters share information on the grant proposal, and its implementation in the school's makerspace. Blue-Bot Robots, ROK Blocks and iPad integration will be discussed. Participants hear how grant resources integrated seamlessly with various content areas and will be able to try the different resources purchased with grant funds.
W3-04
2019 Session
Digital Learning Mixtape: Transforming Teaching with Technology
Pam Harland, Faculty, Plymouth State University
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Level: Intermediate
Grades: All

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Together we share and develop a collaborative digital learning toolkit to use in a variety of experiences across grades and the content areas. We discuss and share specific tools, OERs, Open Pedagogy, and other ideas to increase student ownership to learning and open access to information. Bring a device and some of your favorite tools so we can learn together.
W3-07
2019 Session
Discover the Learner Using the UDL Lens
Kathleen McClaskey, CEO & Chief Learning Officer, Empower the Learner
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Level: Beginner
Grades: All

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When each learner can understand and advocate for who they are and how they learn, barriers to learning can be removed and engagement and motivation can result. But where do you begin? Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and personalized learning can be the perfect match to have every learner realize agency and take ownership to learning. UDL leverages the latest research from the neurosciences in order to create more inclusive learning experiences, but how can we use UDL to empower every learner with the tools and skills to become independent self-directed learners with agency, learners who are future ready for college, career and life? In this interactive 2-part session, participants will step into the learner's shoes and apply the UDL Lens of Access, Engage and Express in a practical 3-Step "Discover the Learner" Process to understand the value of knowing learners' strengths, challenges and aspirations as a foundation for acquiring the lifelong skills of agency and self-advocacy.
W3-08
2019 Session
Fireside Chat with Paul Reynolds
Paul Reynolds, The Reynolds Center TLC

Level: Beginner
Grades: All
Grab a cup of tea, and join author, FableVision/Reynolds Center's CEO/co-founder Paul A. Reynolds for a Fireside Chat. Learn what it is like when Paul collaborates with his twin brother, Peter H. Reynolds, a New York Times best-selling author and illustrator, on their books (Going Places, and the Sydney and Simon series). It's also a great time to ask questions about your own creative journey.
W5-03
2019 Session
EdPuzzle: Embedding Assessment Into Classroom Videos
James Sgroi, Digital Learning Specialist, North Reading Public Schools
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Level: Beginner
Grades: All
Develop an understanding of the platform EDPuzzle to save time, boost engagement, enhance learning and gather critical data through formative and summative assessment. EDPuzzle allows teachers to select, edit, and embed questions into videos from YouTube, Khan Academy, LearnZillion, etc. This session provides tutorials for: Setting up your EdPuzzle Class, Integrating EdPuzzle with Google Classroom, Embedding assessments into a video, and Accessing data analytics for your students.
W5-05
2019 Session
Using Podcasts to Amplify Student Voices
Nels Tooker, 5th & 6th Grade Teacher, Newington Public School, and Elizabeth Brown, Newington Public School
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Level: Beginner
Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12

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Podcasts may be a nice way to pass the time on your commute, but they have even more power in the classroom. Participants in this session will learn how to raise student voices with the power of podcasting. We will explore free tools to record and edit podcasts so your students thinking and creativity can shine. Participants will also discover how listening to podcasts can enrich their teaching and learning. Podcasting works for every subject and every student. Come see how even the most shy and introverted students can find their voice with the power of a podcast.
W5-06
2019 Session
Pros & Cons of Social Media
Edward Kissell, Business & Technology Teacher, Manchester Central HS
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Level: all can come
Grades: All
Social media is an ever evolving presence in our world. With these changes come many challenges. See how these forces will impact the future of ourselves, children and society. This presentation takes a hard look at the new reality and offers a unique perspective on our culture.
W5-07
2019 Session
Project Based Learning: Explore the Path
Nicole Cassamassino, Digital Learning Specialist, Bedford School District, and Erin Kane, Bedford School District
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Level: Beginner
Grades: K-5, 6-8
What is Project Based Learning (PBL)? How is Project Based Learning different from what I am already doing in the classroom? How can PBL experiences help my students be successful? Join us as we provide an overview of Project Based Learning, based on what we learned during training with PBLWorks (formerly Buck Institute for Education), and how you can start using these experiences in your classroom.
W5-08
2019 Session
Paper Prototyping Bootcamp for STEAM-Powered Learning
Andrea Calvin, VP, Dir. of Communications/Development, The Reynolds Center TLC

Level: Beginner
Grades: K-5, 6-8

Repeated: T1-08
Discover how schools, libraries, and programs across the country have used FabMaker Studio to create practical, affordable makerspaces using paper, cardstock, and inexpensive digital fabricators. This session provides hands-on opportunities for getting comfortable with easy, paper-based digital design and fabrication software tools. Participants experience the benefits of rapid paper prototyping, which allows for quick cycles of testing and iterative design enhancements - especially helpful within limited class periods. Explore research-based best practices, appropriate to get all students (PreK-12) designing and creating. We encourage participants to bring their devices.
W7-01
2019 Session
#GoogleAddict 4.0
Craig Sheil, Digital Learning Specialist, Bedford High School, and Kerri Lunn, Bedford School District
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Level: Intermediate
Grades: All
Come join us for a conversation and demonstration on the latest #GoogleAddict tips, tricks, ideas and techniques. As we all know, Google constantly improves and iterates its products. Year 4 of #GoogleAddict will not disappoint. If you love Google and all that it has to offer, then this session is for you. Come learn how to take your #GsuiteEDU experience to the next level.
W7-02
2019 Session
Balancing Data Privacy & Innovation
Kerry Gallagher, Asst Principal for Teaching & Learning, St. John's Preparatory School

Level: Intermediate
Grades: K-5, 6-8, 9-12, All
In an era of deep concerns for student data privacy, do teachers in your district think of IT is a barrier or a gateway to innovation? If a website or app's privacy policy is outside your district's comfort zone, is there a possibility for a creative solution? Come explore and discuss potential creative solutions in this session. Hear from the co-author of ConnectSafely's Educator Guide to Student Data Privacy based on Kerry's research and experiences as a teacher and edtech administrator.
W7-03
2019 Session
Blogging & Audience: Motivating Students to Write
Rachel Small, Teacher Librarian, Pine Glen Elem, Burlington Public Schools
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Level: All levels
Grades: All
To grow as writers, students need to be motivated to write. Through blogging, student writers are motivated to write when they are given a choice about what to write as well as feedback from an authentic audience. Learn why your students should blog as you hear about eleven years of student blogging teaching experience as well as the results of a qualitative case study conducted in a New Hampshire fifth grade classroom. Participants learn about various blogging platforms, digital portfolios, student safety, anecdotal stories, as well as other tips on how to successfully facilitate blogging in your classroom.
W7-04
2019 Session
Show me the Money $$$! Writing & Winning Successful Grants
Ethel Gaides, Library Media Specialist, Campton Elementary School
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Level: Beginner
Grades: All

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Come learn answers to the following questions: Where to find funding sources? How to find/study successful grants? How to address selection criteria? How to focus on impact of project on people, not "stuff"? How to support the application with evidenced-based research? How to stand out from the competition with additional materials? How to follow the rubric or rules for grant competitions?
W7-06
2019 Session
Digital Demand vs. Mindful Screen Time: Helping Students Find the Balance
Jeanna Wagner, Instructional Coach, Pelham High School, and Amber Murphy, Pelham School District
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Level: Beginner
Grades: 6-8, 9-12

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Hear about instructional strategies implemented as part of a semester long challenge in a high school elective course to increase student awareness of their personal screen time and the resulting effects of screen use on personal mindfulness. In this modern world of technology overload, student awareness of their personal device usage and the struggles inherent in a constant stream of digital interruptions is a conundrum that permeates the educational landscape. Hear from students as they grapple with their screen use and attempt to modify their behavior in an effort to enhance their well being.
W7-08
2019 Session
FabNH! Showcase
FabNH! Grant Educators, from across NH


Grades: All

Repeated: T7-08
Featuring the FabMaker Studio projects created by FabNH students and educators, come learn about this grant-funded STEAM program and create your own designs. Discover how schools across New Hampshire have used the FabMaker Studio STEM program with an inexpensive paper fabricator. Looking for a perfect gateway to introduce 3D printing, this is an economical and simple solution.
Wed-PM-SH-S-ONeil
2019 Session
Introducing Photon the Robot!
Andrea O'Neil, STEAM Teacher/Library Media Specialist, SAU 15 - Auburn
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Grades: K-5
Learn how Auburn Village School 6th Grade STEAM students are coding the Photon Robot, on loan from the NHDOET, to solve tasks, experiments, and to explore the world. Mrs. O'Neil's STEAM students are very excited to share all that they have learned from this pilot experience over the past two months.
Wed-PM-SH-S-Spain
2019 Session
Fun with Dot & Dash During Robot!
Christina Spain, Auburn Village School
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Grades: Pre-K, K-5, 6-8
Discover how Auburn Village School third grade students learn how to program and interact with their Dot & Dash Robots during Robotics Club.