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8:30 am - 9:45 am
Promoting Creativity with Canva
Craig Sheil, Digital Learning Specialist, Bedford High School, and Mary Marotta, Nashoba Regional School District
Level: Beginner
Grades: 6-8, 9-12

Have you heard the buzz about the new free Canva for Education? Canva for Education is a web-based tool and mobile app that is used for teaching and encouraging creativity, while enhancing collaboration and streamlining work. Come join us as we explore several of Canva's features. In particular, we will highlight educational video templates and recordings, remixing and sharing templates to a class, infographics and more! Additionally we will explore the Canva Design Skills for Students features and learn how Canva can help give your content a fresh look! Come prepared to be an active participant.
10:00 am - 10:50 am
#GoogleAddict 7.0
Craig Sheil, Digital Learning Specialist, Bedford High School, and Kerri Lunn, Bedford School District
Level: Intermediate
Grades: All

Live Streamed/Recorded Session
Seven years and counting...We all know that Google changes constantly and at times it can be hard to keep up. Why not take this opportunity to dive into some important #GoogleAddict updates, tips, tricks, ideas and techniques. The hope is that you leave the session with a couple of aha moments to either bring back to your staff or implement immediately into your own practice. Let's learn together.
1:15 pm - 2:05 pm
Time to Play "Curriculum Pedagogy"
Craig Sheil, Digital Learning Specialist, Bedford High School, and Jessica Gilcreast, Bedford High School
Level: Beginner
Grades: 6-8, 9-12

Live Streamed/Recorded Session
Come on down and be a contestant. During this hands-on session, participants will be given several different curriculum situations where they must determine the best approach in supporting teachers. Should a choice board, eduprotocol, video, hyperdoc, group playlist, etc be used? Participants will work either individually or in groups to make a determination. Once conversations have been had, presenters (librarian and digital learning specialists) will reveal how they helped support their own staff in co-designing the activities provided. It all comes down to what the best approach is, what the outcome is, what the purpose is. Come join us, and leave with a wide range of templates to use with your own staff. Let's have some fun.