Schedule and Instructions

Instructions

  1. From any computer, browse to this site (https://sites.google.com/site/2012spun/)
  2. We will update the table with the actual session titles for you, please click on link. It will take you to a google doc.
  3. To return to the GoogleSite, just close your GoogleDoc.  To view the updated content, refresh your page (press the F5 key)
WE WILL ADD THE LINKS ON THE SIDE - CLICK ONLY ON THE GRID TO GET TO THE CORRECT GOOGLE DOC.

Schedule

  Session 1
10:10 - 10:45
 Session 2
10:50 - 11:25
 Session 3
11:30 - 12:00
Board RoomiPads
Allison
 Best Apps, Part 2
Allison
 Apps for Students with Moderate to Severe Disabilities
Allison
Room 114
 GoogleForms for data collection from students (Assistive Technology)
Hank
 Google Plus - Hangout
Hank
 Room 114a    Differentiating Learning with Technology
Judy
Room 127 Flipped Classroom
Henry
 Facebook Timeline
Jim
 
Room 128 Smart Boards
Ashley

Internet Safety
Ashley
Room 129#1) News-2-You
#2) Geocaching
Jim
 Encourage Teachers to Incorporate Tech in Classroom Activities
Carol
Differentiating
(moved to 114a)

Smackdown links:

Read&Write Extension:  Reads (audio) a GoogleDoc
Doodle Poll:  Meeting scheduler.  Also, integrates with your iCalendar. (alerts)
Trello.com:  Time management tool
Notability:  Paperless Meetings.  Cost:  $0.99  
Little Writer:  Free.  Better than "handwriting without tears" app.  Settings:  could select only certain letters (letters of their name, for example)  Enter your own Word Bank and pictures, too. for Android and iPad.
Maps.google.com:  Next to miles of trip, click the 3-D icon.  Works with GoogleEarth to show a 3-d trip.
en.linoit.com:  Sticky notes can contain videos, pictures...  Can change background, drag, tilt, resize, recolor notes.
lynda.com:  Tutorials 
Cocoon:  board with elastic straps to hold little things, organized
www.tweetreach.com  To see how many saw your tweets.

wordle.com and http://www.tagxedo.com/  To  make word clouds.  Then print them onto Iron-on transfers so students can create t-shirts.   Use all the student's names in the wordcloud image.  Have them iron the image where they want onto their t-shirt.

SMACKDOWN Notes