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Tuesday, November 5
 

8:00am CST

T&L KEYNOTE - The State of Education
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Dr. Margie Vandeven is passionate about ensuring that each child has the opportunity to graduate prepared for success. She has more than 27 years of student-centered service in education, including three at Missouri's top educational post. She is a teacher who has provided education leadership in the classroom, school, state and national roles assumed throughout her career.
Vandeven joined the Department in 2005 as a supervisor of the Missouri School Improvement Program before serving as a director of accountability data and school improvement, an assistant commissioner in the Office of Quality Schools, and as deputy commissioner of the Division of Learning Services. She was appointed commissioner of elementary and secondary education by the Missouri State Board of Education in December 2014 and served in that capacity until December 2017. She was reappointed in January 2019. During the interim, Vandeven worked as the director of educational partnerships for the SAS Institute in Cary, N.C. As commissioner, Dr. Vandeven works collaboratively with a diverse group of stakeholders to improve educational opportunities for more than 918,000 Missouri students.
Dr. Vandeven began her education career in 1990 as a Missouri teacher. From 1995-2002, she taught high school English and served as an administrator in Maryland before returning to Missouri as an English teacher and administrator.
Dr. Vandeven earned a bachelor’s degree in education from Missouri State University and a master’s degree in educational administration and supervision from Loyola University Maryland. She received a doctorate of philosophy in educational leadership from Saint Louis University and has been recognized by Missouri State University and St. Louis University as a distinguished alumna. A native of O’Fallon, Missouri, she and her husband, David, reside in Foristell.



Tuesday November 5, 2019 8:00am - 9:00am CST
WHS Auditorium

8:00am CST

T&L: Middle School Gateway Computer Science (Parkway) (FULL)
Limited Capacity full

Session is reserved for 6th grade (Computer Literacy) and 8th grade (Computer Applications) teachers. Participants will visit Parkway to see middle school Gateway Computer Science Curriculum.

Speakers
avatar for Patrick Brown

Patrick Brown

Executive Director of STEAM, Fort Zumwalt School District
Dr. Patrick L. Brown is the eExecutive dDirector of STEM and cCareer eEducation for the Fort Zumwalt School District in St. Charles, Missouri. Before arriving at Fort Zumwalt, he received a PhD in curriculum and instruction from the University of Missouri, Columbia. Dr. Brown has... Read More →


Tuesday November 5, 2019 8:00am - 12:00pm CST
Parkway School District

8:00am CST

T&L: Kagan Cooperative Learning Day 1
Limited Capacity seats available

     Experience cutting edge teaching structures to create classroom success now and forever!  Learn management tips, how to form effective teams, strategies for creating a cooperative class through teambuilding and classbuilding, and why cooperative learning produces gains and group work often fails.  This workshop will provide ideas and activities you'll be excited to implement every day at school.  
You'll receive: Kagan Cooperative Learning book and course materials. Teachers do not need to bring laptops to this training. This is a full day training and teachers will need to commit to the full 6 hours if they wish to participate. Teachers signing up for this session are not required to sign up for a key note session.  Teachers will have a one hour lunch break during this training.
Dr. Beth Allen has over twenty-one years of public education experience. She has taught 4th grade, gifted education, and served as the Elementary ELA Curriculum Coordinator for the Fort Zumwalt School District. Currently, she is the administrative intern at Mid Rivers Elementary. She is also a Nationally Certified Kagan Trainer and has been training for Kagan a little over nine years. As a Kagan Trainer, Beth has worked with educators PreK-12 all across the United States.

Speakers
AB

Allen, Beth

Adm. Intern, MRE


Tuesday November 5, 2019 8:00am - 3:00pm CST
MRE Gym

8:00am CST

T&L: LTRS Training (CLOSED)
Limited Capacity full

Tuesday November 5, 2019 8:00am - 3:30pm CST
SMS Library

9:10am CST

T&L: A Framework for Teaching "Controversial" Topics
Limited Capacity seats available

This session explores how teachers can integrate the teaching of “controversial” topics (e.g., racism) through concepts (e.g. meritocracy, race as a social construct, microaggressions) to create a more thorough exploration of content. Concretely, the presenters will explain concepts they have taught, the broader curricular and community contexts in which they taught the concepts, and engage participants in the same hands on activities the presenters did with their secondary students.


Tuesday November 5, 2019 9:10am - 10:30am CST
WHS #101

9:10am CST

T&L: Addition and Subtraction within 20 and Beyond!
Limited Capacity seats available

Are you interested in sharpening your addition and subtraction skills?  Then this session is for you!  This session will focus on going in depth with addition and subtraction within 20 and bridging those concepts to numbers well beyond 20.  This session is geared towards teachers in grades 1-3.  

Speakers
SC

Sutton, Christa

1001-TEACHERS-ELM (9/15-8/31), OES
avatar for Ruse, Deedee

Ruse, Deedee

1001-TEACHERS-ELM (9/15-8/31), HES


Tuesday November 5, 2019 9:10am - 10:30am CST
WHS #183

9:10am CST

T&L: Digital Strategies to Unlock Informational Texts
Limited Capacity seats available

 In this session, Devin Hess from U.C. Berkeley will share digital tools and cross-disciplinary strategies (such as Heading and Highlights) that help students engage with informational texts in meaningful and logical ways.  Come learn how to help students break down main ideas and evidence, leading to deeper analysis and critical thinking.    

Speakers
avatar for Devin Hess

Devin Hess

Academic Coordinator, UC Berkeley History-Social Science Project
Devin Hess is an Academic Coordinator and Director of Technology Integration for the UC Berkeley History-Social Science Project, leading professional development for educators in the SF Bay Area since 2012. Currently, he leads UCBHSSP’s “Integrated Action Civics” research programs... Read More →


Tuesday November 5, 2019 9:10am - 10:30am CST
WHS Library

9:10am CST

T&L: Diversity in Literature
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Students and readers of all ages need to see themselves in the books they read. They also need to see perspectives from characters who are different from themselves so that our students may become more empathetic and inclusive to all people in our global society.  In this session, we will discuss the significance of offering and celebrating books with diversity in literature in everything from picture books to Young Adult novels.  The presenters will provide book talks on specific titles so teachers may encourage their students to read books featuring characters of color, characters from various cultures, and characters with different lifestyles.  The presenters will also discuss how programs like the Global Read Aloud and Project Lit can empower our learners to become culturally aware and inclusive of others.  You will not want to miss this interactive session that highlights current diverse literature, #ownvoices authors, and, most of all, examines how the best books are those that serve as mirrors and windows.


Speakers
avatar for Grieshaber, Shannon

Grieshaber, Shannon

1003-TEACHERS-HS(9/15-8/31), WHS
PA

Pierre, Ashley

1006-TEACHERS-MS(9/15-8/31), NMS
avatar for Julie Jamieson

Julie Jamieson

Librarian, K-12 District Library Curriculum Coord, Fort Zumwalt School District, O'Fallon, Missouri
Julie Jamieson is a high school librarian, curriculum coordinator for K-12 libraries in the Ft. Zumwalt District in Missouri, and ambassador for Copyright & Creativity for Ethical Digital Citizens. Julie is a Google and Flipgrid Certified Educator.


Tuesday November 5, 2019 9:10am - 10:30am CST
WHS #120

9:10am CST

T&L: Finding the Mentor in Classroom Texts
Limited Capacity seats available

According to Melissa Surber, NBCT, a misconception often accompanies the idea of mentor texts: to use mentor texts, teachers must add to the curriculum. However, the literature commonly found in our classrooms contains beautiful writing that students can be encouraged to emulate. In this session,  teachers will write beside some of our greatest works, brainstorm ways to use famous works of literature to mentor students’ writing, use mentor texts to respond to literature, and consider various assignments that provide students with authentic audiences  and opportunities to stretch and hone their skills. Participants will walk away with ready to use resources, hands-on experience using mentor texts to produce writing, and teaching strategies that can be carried directly into the middle or high school classroom.

Speakers

Tuesday November 5, 2019 9:10am - 10:30am CST
WHS #123

9:10am CST

T&L: Fun with Fractions: 2nd Grade
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Fractions are FUN!  Spend time focusing on developing conceptual understanding of grade-level specific fraction content.

Speakers
QC

Quirke, Christy

1001-TEACHERS-ELM (9/15-8/31), PDC


Tuesday November 5, 2019 9:10am - 10:30am CST
WHS #148

9:10am CST

T&L: Fun with Fractions: 3rd Grade
Limited Capacity seats available

Fractions are FUN!  Spend time  focusing on developing conceptual understanding of grade level specific fraction content.

Speakers
LM

Liang, Melissa

1001-TEACHERS-ELM (9/15-8/31), PSE


Tuesday November 5, 2019 9:10am - 10:30am CST
WHS #146

9:10am CST

T&L: Fun with Fractions: 4th Grade
Limited Capacity filling up

Fractions are FUN!  Spend time  focusing on developing conceptual understanding of grade level specific fraction content.  

Speakers
EL

Ermeling, Laura

1001-TEACHERS-ELM (9/15-8/31), HES


Tuesday November 5, 2019 9:10am - 10:30am CST
WHS #152

9:10am CST

T&L: Fun with Fractions: 5th Grade
Limited Capacity seats available

Fractions are FUN!  Spend time  focusing on developing conceptual understanding of grade level specific fraction content.

Speakers
FT

Fetsch, Tammy

1001-TEACHERS-ELM (9/15-8/31), PSE
HM

Hirschbuehler, Melissa

Instructional Coach-PSE, PSE


Tuesday November 5, 2019 9:10am - 10:30am CST
WHS #150

9:10am CST

T&L: Making Sense with Math Word Problems
Limited Capacity seats available

Using a sense-making approach to solving word problems instead of
relying on a key words strategy. A step by step example of the
three-reads strategy. Participants will learn how to modify
resource-provided word problems to incorporate reading comprehension
and reasoning strategies.

Speakers
CM

Crowley, Melissa

Instructional Coach, Ritenour School District
HM

Harvell, Mandy

Instructional Coach, Ritenour School District


Tuesday November 5, 2019 9:10am - 10:30am CST
WHS #154

9:10am CST

T&L: Making Space for Voices in the Classroom
Limited Capacity seats available

Julie Ellis, 2019 Missouri Teacher of the Year finalist, and Shelly Parks 2019 Missouri Teacher of the Year will showcase strategies for incorporating student voice in the classroom for all ages, content areas, and ability levels. They will focus on discussion strategies to help establish a positive climate and culture in the classroom as well as discussion strategies that help enhance the academic content.

Speakers

Tuesday November 5, 2019 9:10am - 10:30am CST
WHS Auditorium

9:10am CST

T&L: Phonics First Multi-sensory Strategies
Limited Capacity seats available

Phonics First Multisensory Strategies-Participants must already be implementing Phonics First and have already attending a Phonics First Workshop.  Trained Reading and SPED First participants only for the Phonics First PD 

Speakers
BE

Burke, Erin

1001-TEACHERS-ELM (9/15-8/31), TCE
HT

Hall, Tracy

1001-TEACHERS-ELM (9/15-8/31), JLM


Tuesday November 5, 2019 9:10am - 10:30am CST
WHS #147

9:10am CST

T&L: Powerful Teaching: Research, Strategies, and Tools-Part 1 (CLOSED)
Limited Capacity full

Have you had students struggle to remember what was taught the previous year, semester, or even the last
month? Have you had students internalize failure, thinking they won’t succeed because they’re “not smart”?
There are reasons, researched reasons why this happens.
In this session, educators will:
● Understand stages of learning
● Learn Power Tools: Retrieval, Spacing, Interleaving, and Feedback-driven Metacognition
● Grasp how simple changes to what they are already doing will increase student learning
● Leave the workshop with a repertoire of tools and strategies that can be used the following day

Patrice Bain, veteran teacher and co-author of Powerful Teaching: Unleash the Science of Learning, knows the rigor required for the classroom. Having worked with cognitive scientists for over fifteen years, Bain developed teaching strategies based on robust research that improve learning. Best of all, these strategies don’t add to teachers’ already filled plates but will streamline what you are already doing. In this engaging and interactive workshop, Patrice Bain will unlock the research and provide evidence-based strategies that will transform your teaching so that all students will be successful learners.

Speakers
avatar for Bain, Patrice

Bain, Patrice

Speaker and Author


Tuesday November 5, 2019 9:10am - 10:30am CST
WHS #177

9:10am CST

T&L: Reading A to Z
Limited Capacity filling up

 This Reading A-Z Professional Learning session  will be an overview of the wealth of reading resources and instructional tools in Reading A-Z. Gain the knowledge and confidence to flexibly and seamlessly align Reading A-Z to your state standards, target key reading skills, and move your students to new levels of reading proficiency. There will be time for questions and discussion.
All attendees need to bring their laptop computers. this is a hands on session
All attendees will need to know their account log in information


Tuesday November 5, 2019 9:10am - 10:30am CST
WHS #181

9:10am CST

T&L: Textile Collage for Elementary Art Teachers(CLOSED)
Limited Capacity full

Kelsey Wiskirchen will present textile collage techniques for the classroom.  Participants will make a textile collage in this hands-on in-service.


Tuesday November 5, 2019 9:10am - 10:30am CST
WHS #161

9:10am CST

T&L: Differentiation and Collaboration for EL Students
Limited Capacity seats available

This workshop will share practical ways teachers can differentiate instruction, assignments, and assessments for EL students.  We will look at examples of differentiation strategies used in a variety of subject areas and grade levels. Through hands-on activities, participants will gain an understanding of the language abilities of ELs of each proficiency level, and practice differentiating lessons based on their students’ needs.  The information and best practices gleaned from this workshop will help any content-area teachers or EL teachers who hope to improve their EL students’ ability to be successful in the mainstream classroom.

Speakers
GR

Greenhaw, Rob

MELL Instructional Consultant


Tuesday November 5, 2019 9:10am - 12:00pm CST
WHS #166

9:10am CST

T&L: Effective Math Group Work for High Engagement & Collaboration
Limited Capacity seats available

In this session, we will discuss various methods for allowing students to collaborate in the high school math classroom to increase engagement and learning.  We will discuss strategies for implementation, lessons that have worked well for student collaboration, and realistic steps for your personal classroom in order to incorporate group strategies (classes from algebra to AP Calculus).


Tuesday November 5, 2019 9:10am - 12:00pm CST
WHS #156

9:10am CST

T&L: Increasing Communication in the World Language Classroom
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What is Comprehensible Input (CI), and how can we provide more of it in our classrooms?  In this session, World Language teachers will have the opportunity to learn some of the basic principles of Second Language Acquisition and consider the implications for the World Language classroom.  Comprehension-based teaching strategies will be shared, and teachers will discuss ways to apply comprehension-based teaching principles to increase the amount of CI in their daily lessons. Please bring laptops to this session.

Speakers
BC

Bednar, Corie

1003-TEACHERS-HS(9/15-8/31), EHS
PE

Pulido, Eric

1003-TEACHERS-HS(9/15-8/31), EHS


Tuesday November 5, 2019 9:10am - 12:00pm CST
WHS #168

9:10am CST

T&L: Laser Cutter
Limited Capacity full

Laser Cutter Presentation

Speakers
avatar for Olson, Mark

Olson, Mark

1003-TEACHERS-HS(9/15-8/31), WHS


Tuesday November 5, 2019 9:10am - 12:00pm CST
WHS #26

9:10am CST

T&L: PE- Fitness Based Program
Limited Capacity full

This program contains underlying principles that are used in addressing most muscular-skeletal dysfunctions.  It is program that has been adopted by other school districts in our area. A presentation on how to create a district wide fitness based program for physical education, that is universally salable for all skill levels. Location: Donovan's Strength & Conditioning @ 1712 W. Terra Lane in O'Fallon MO.


Tuesday November 5, 2019 9:10am - 12:00pm CST
Donovan's Strength & Conditioning 1712 West Terra Lane O'Fallon, MO

9:10am CST

T&L: Tour of Merric Millwork & Seating (Apprenticeship Program)
Limited Capacity filling up

Tour Merric Millwork and Seating Manufacturing Company.  This is a  tour for Industrial Technology Teachers detailing where students in the apprenticeship program will be training.  It is also an opportunity to invite prospective apprentices to tour the Manufacturer.

Speakers
MA

McHaffie, Andy

1003-TEACHERS-HS(9/15-8/31), EHS


Tuesday November 5, 2019 9:10am - 12:00pm CST
Merric Millwork & Mfg. Co.

9:10am CST

T&L: Wholehearted Teaching -- Book-talk and Webinar
Limited Capacity seats available

Kathryn Fishman Weaver is the director of the College of Education at Mizzou in Columbia. Her book, Wholehearted Teaching of Gifted Young Women: Cultivating Courage, Connection, and Self-Care in Schools, explores the important role school communities play in supporting the social and emotional needs of high-achieving young women. Framed with personal stories and filled with practical suggestions, this author will offer strategies for teachers, counselors, and high-achieving young women as they navigate the precipice of youth and everything after. This session will also feature a webinar and time for discussion regarding effective topics relevant to our gifted youth in Fort Zumwalt.

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Kathryn Fishman-Weaver

Dr. Kathryn Fishman-Weaver

Interim Executive Director, Mizzou Academy
Kathryn Fishman-Weaver serves as the Director of Academic Affairs and Engagement for Mizzou Academy. She has a strong background in public schools and began her teaching career in a K-8 school in Oakland, CA. Since then, Kathryn has taught and led programs in special education, gifted... Read More →


Tuesday November 5, 2019 9:10am - 12:00pm CST
WHS #162

10:40am CST

T&L: A Framework for Teaching "Controversial" Topics
Limited Capacity seats available

This session explores how teachers can integrate the teaching of “controversial” topics (e.g., racism) through concepts (e.g. meritocracy, race as a social construct, microaggressions) to create a more thorough exploration of content. Concretely, the presenters will explain concepts they have taught, the broader curricular and community contexts in which they taught the concepts, and engage participants in the same hands on activities the presenters did with their secondary students.


Tuesday November 5, 2019 10:40am - 12:00pm CST
WHS #101

10:40am CST

T&L: Addition and Subtraction within 20 and Beyond!(CLOSED)
Limited Capacity filling up

Are you interested in sharpening your addition and subtraction skills?  Then this session is for you!  This session will focus on going in depth with addition and subtraction within 20 and bridging those concepts to numbers well beyond 20.  This session is geared towards teachers in grades 1-3.  

Speakers
avatar for Ruse, Deedee

Ruse, Deedee

1001-TEACHERS-ELM (9/15-8/31), HES
SC

Sutton, Christa

1001-TEACHERS-ELM (9/15-8/31), OES


Tuesday November 5, 2019 10:40am - 12:00pm CST
WHS #183

10:40am CST

T&L: AP ELA Rubric and Scoring Collaboration
Limited Capacity seats available

Curious about how to use the new AP Literature and Language and Composition scoring rubrics?  Come join us in this collaborative, roundtable discussion on how to score student essays using the new scoring rubrics that were released from the College Board this summer/fall 2019.  We will navigate our way through the released student samples from 2018 and 2019 and discuss the new rubric and how it relates to the old rubric. Bring a student essay for us to grade together if you’d like!

Speakers
WJ

Weber, Julie

1003-TEACHERS-HS(9/15-8/31), WHS
HC

Holtgrewe, Chris

1003-TEACHERS-HS(9/15-8/31), EHS
SB

Staudt, Bonnie

1003-TEACHERS-HS(9/15-8/31), WHS


Tuesday November 5, 2019 10:40am - 12:00pm CST
WHS #145

10:40am CST

T&L: Bar Models: Beginning with the End in Mind
Limited Capacity seats available

Bar models are fun! Take a backwards journey through bar modeling . The session will focus on the importance of models in grades 2-5 and helping students and teachers understand the WHY behind bar models.
Participants: Teachers Grade 2-5, SpED

Speakers
EL

Ermeling, Laura

1001-TEACHERS-ELM (9/15-8/31), HES


Tuesday November 5, 2019 10:40am - 12:00pm CST
WHS #152

10:40am CST

T&L: Deep Dive into Overdrive (CLOSED)
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We have Overdrive . . . now what?  Let's take a deeper dive into everything Overdrive has to offer.  Learn about curation, the marketplace, promoting the collection, navigating the back office, and organization.  Bring your questions and your laptop for this interactive session!  

Speakers
CL

Congdon, Liz

Account Manager, OverDrive
avatar for Connie Bowman

Connie Bowman

Account Executive, OverDrive
Connie Bowman is an Account Executive for OverDrive, collaborating with schools across the US. Her education career spans over two decades of helping schools maximize their use of technology and continuing to be future-ready. Let us show you how to successfully develop a digital ecosystem... Read More →


Tuesday November 5, 2019 10:40am - 12:00pm CST
WHS #149

10:40am CST

T&L: Developing Mathematical Thinkers & Teacher Moves to Get Them There (6-12 Teachers ONLY)
Limited Capacity filling up

With a focus on problem solving, reasoning, and constructing viable
arguments you will participate in activities that will help your students
learn to think mathematically as well as hone in on the crucial teacher
moves necessary to develop quality mathematicians.

Speakers
CM

Crowley, Melissa

Instructional Coach, Ritenour School District
HM

Harvell, Mandy

Instructional Coach, Ritenour School District


Tuesday November 5, 2019 10:40am - 12:00pm CST
WHS #154

10:40am CST

T&L: Differentiated Instruction
Limited Capacity filling up

n this session, Shelly Parks, 2019 MO State Teacher of the Year and National Board Certified Teacher, will demonstrate strategies for differentiating instruction through content, process, and product.  Oftentimes, we differentiate by one of those three categories, but when teachers have an arsenal of approaches and strategies in their toolbox, students win.

Speakers
PS

Parks, Shelly

Teacher, FHN


Tuesday November 5, 2019 10:40am - 12:00pm CST
WHS Auditorium

10:40am CST

T&L: Digital Strategies to Discover Text Structure & Organize Ideas of a Passage
Limited Capacity seats available

In this workshop, Devin Hess from U.C. Berkeley will discuss pedagogical approaches to literacy and demonstrate how digital tools can effectively assist students in scaffolding evidence, analyzing text structure and creating outlines that demonstrate an understanding of informational texts.     

Speakers
avatar for Devin Hess

Devin Hess

Academic Coordinator, UC Berkeley History-Social Science Project
Devin Hess is an Academic Coordinator and Director of Technology Integration for the UC Berkeley History-Social Science Project, leading professional development for educators in the SF Bay Area since 2012. Currently, he leads UCBHSSP’s “Integrated Action Civics” research programs... Read More →


Tuesday November 5, 2019 10:40am - 12:00pm CST
WHS Library

10:40am CST

T&L: Embroidering Applications for Elementary Art Teachers(CLOSED)
Limited Capacity full

Participants will learn embroidery techniques for the elementary art classroom.  Topics covered are applicable to the study & use of textiles in the classroom.


Tuesday November 5, 2019 10:40am - 12:00pm CST
WHS #161

10:40am CST

T&L: Phonics First Multi-sensory Strategies
Limited Capacity seats available

Phonics First Multisensory Strategies-Participants must already be implementing Phonics First and have already attending a Phonics First Workshop.  Trained Reading and SPED First participants only for the Phonics First PD 

Speakers
BE

Burke, Erin

1001-TEACHERS-ELM (9/15-8/31), TCE
HT

Hall, Tracy

1001-TEACHERS-ELM (9/15-8/31), JLM


Tuesday November 5, 2019 10:40am - 12:00pm CST
WHS #147

10:40am CST

T&L: Powerful Teaching: Research, Strategies, and Tools- Part 2(CLOSED)
Limited Capacity filling up

In this session, educators will:
● Review Power Tools: Retrieval, Spacing, Interleaving, and Feedback-driven Metacogniton
● Learn the research behind the Power Tools
● Understand how cognitive load, working memory, and desirable difficulties play a role in learning
● Discern learning “myths” vs. "truths"

Speakers
avatar for Bain, Patrice

Bain, Patrice

Speaker and Author


Tuesday November 5, 2019 10:40am - 12:00pm CST
WHS #177

10:40am CST

T&L: Reading A to Z (CLOSED)
Limited Capacity full

 This Reading A-Z Professional Learning session  will be an overview of the wealth of reading resources and instructional tools in Reading A-Z. Gain the knowledge and confidence to flexibly and seamlessly align Reading A-Z to your state standards, target key reading skills, and move your students to new levels of reading proficiency. There will be time for questions and discussion.
All attendees need to bring their laptop computers. this is a hands on session
All attendees will need to know their account log in information


Tuesday November 5, 2019 10:40am - 12:00pm CST
WHS #181

10:40am CST

T&L: Tech Boot Camp for Elementary Librarians (CLOSED)
Limited Capacity filling up

This PD will cover a variety of technology tools relevant to elementary librarians. 
The goal of this training is for librarians to use these resources during their own lessons or for supporting classroom teachers. We will cover customizing a Clever page, how to use GoGuardian as a classroom management tool for Chromebooks, updates to Destiny Discover, and other innovative digital tools. Please bring your laptop to this session!

Speakers
avatar for Julie Jamieson

Julie Jamieson

Librarian, K-12 District Library Curriculum Coord, Fort Zumwalt School District, O'Fallon, Missouri
Julie Jamieson is a high school librarian, curriculum coordinator for K-12 libraries in the Ft. Zumwalt District in Missouri, and ambassador for Copyright & Creativity for Ethical Digital Citizens. Julie is a Google and Flipgrid Certified Educator.


Tuesday November 5, 2019 10:40am - 12:00pm CST
WHS #120

12:30pm CST

Tech:Nearpod Certified Trainer Level 1 Training- Invitation Only (CLOSED)
Limited Capacity full

Level 1 Nearpod Certified Trainers are selected by their administrators to receive extensive training from the Nearpod team. They support teachers by leading Nearpod 101 training and serving as a Nearpod knowledge base within their district.

Speakers
CJ

Cobb, Julie

Nearpod Trainer


Tuesday November 5, 2019 12:30pm - 3:30pm CST
EHS #409