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Monday, January 31, 2011
Full Day Workshops
8:00 am - 3:00 pm


 

MF01: An Introduction to Web Design Using Adobe's Web Site: What the Other Books Forgot
Presenter: Michael Sawyer, Simmons Career and Exceptional Center
Description: Teachers, School Technology Specialists, and District web designers will learn to use Adobe’s Fireworks, Dreamweaver and Flash to create a website from planning to posting. Participants will learn how to use Dreamweaver to create a web site directory, web pages that use layers as a layout tool, and templates to increase consistency and productivity of websites. Fireworks will be used to crop, resize, select, color, erase, adjust images and create compressed graphics to improve the overall appearance of web pages. Finally, Flash will be introduced to create simple animations and interactive menus for web pages. Participants will use the time line to animate objects, import sound, and images. This workshop is designed for the intermediate computer user with limited web design experience who wants to improve how they share information on the web, or teach their students to create projects for potential grant opportunities.
Skill Level: Intermediate
Platform: PC
Format: 6-hour Hands-on Partner Lab
Cost: $225


MF02: Adobe Premiere Pro and Beyond
Presenter: Joe Dockery, Mount Si High School
Description: Learn how to get the most out of Adobe Premiere Pro. You will learn how to use the multi-camera editing function, animated a multi-layered Photoshop sequence. You’ll be introduced to garbage mattes, green screen and other keying tools. This workshop will cover video effects, including controlling your effects with Key Frames, as well as covering some of the new features such as “time remapping”.
Skill Level: Intermediate, Advanced
Platform: PC
Format: 6-hour Hands-on Partner Lab
Cost: $225


MF03: Get Your Hands on Server Setup and Configuration (Windows)
Presenter: Greg Mingo, Miami-Dade County Public Schools
Description: During this hands-on workshop participants will be introduced to the proven steps for setting up and configuring a server, then will get their hands on a server to practice what they've learned. The topics discussed will include the different configurations necessary for the following type of servers: Web, file, print, and email. Planning and implementation tips will be shared. All concepts will be explained in plain English and in ways that are easy to understand. This workshop assumes no previous server configuration experience.
Skill Level: Beginner
Platform: PC
Format: 6-hour Hands-on Partner Lab
Cost: $225


MF05: Developing 21st Century Learners with Technology Rich Lessons
Presenter: David Schubert, Conley Elementary School
Description: Engaging today's students, who have grown up in the modern world of information technology, can be challenging for educators. This workshop is designed to provide educators with the technology integration skills, resource information, and curriculum ideas for the modern classroom. Participants will learn how to effectively use technological tools, including digital cameras, scanners, document cameras, interactive whiteboards, and audience response systems. Participants will also be introduced to blogs, wikis, andother Web 2.0 (collaborative) Internet-based technologies and how they can be used for project-based inquiry-guided learning.
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Platform: PC
Format: 6-hour Hands-on Partner Lab
Cost: $225

 


Monday, January 31, 2011
Half-Day Workshops
8:00 AM – 11:00 AM



MA06: Alternatives To Google: Eight Great Alternatives to Create and Collaborate
Presenter: Howie DiBlasi, Digital Journey
Description: Does Google have toooooo much "Power," and are we too reliant on Google’s services? Is it dangerous to give all our information and to rely so completely on one corporation, and should we be looking for alternatives or be moving our data out of Google as soon as possible? What would you do if Gmail, went down? What if we had time to try an experiment and go Google-free, how hard would it be? Join us to discover alternatives to Google.
Skill Level: Beginner
Platform: PC
Format: 3-hour Hands-on Partner Lab
Cost: $125


MA12: Anytime, Anyplace Staff Development for FREE with Moodle!
Presenters: David Futch, St. Johns County School District
Description: Moodle is a FREE open source elearning platform with over 25 million users world wide. In this hands-on workshop participants will experience a live elearning environment and complete a short training module to gain understanding of the powerful tools included in Moodle. Participants will experience the power of the tools within Moodle by exploring features such as chat, messaging, forums, online quizzes and surveys, as well as a wiki. All of these features are contained within the Moodle environment which provides security and safety. Participants will receive FREE "Moodle ready" staff development elearning modules that can be implemented under the Creative Commons copyright agreement. If your school district or school is trying to save money and still deliver quality staff development training then this workshop is for you. The presenters will provide many free resources that will extend this workshop well beyond the allotted time frame.
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate
Platform: Either
Format: 3-hour Bring Your Own Laptop (BYOL)
Cost: $100


MA09: Hordes of Free Technology to Make Your School Exemplary
Presenter: Rushton Hurley, Next Vista for Learning
Description: There are many free and powerful tools available for enhancing teaching and learning, but that is just the beginning! Join a Google Certified Teacher as he teaches you about the latest in search and research, collaborative and portfolio tools, geographic resources, powerful presentations, and projects across the curriculum. The workshop will also focus on how these tools and projects can be a part of efforts to strengthen and build support for your school. Attendees will have time to try out various tools and design templates for their courses and community efforts. The presenter will also discuss how these tools can be used to save teachers time, build staff collaboration, and promote programs and schools. Attendees should arrive with a Google or Gmail account, and should know their password.
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Platform: Either
Format: 3-hour Bring Your Own Laptop (BYOL)
Cost: $100


MA10: iPod Touch/iPhone/iPad Applications Support Group: All Users Welcome
Presenter: Leslie Fisher, lesliefisher.com
Description: A hands-on workshop for your iPod Touch, iPad and iPhone! Pack your computer, your Touch or Phone and your cable and lets discover some of the best apps for your device together! This workshop will start with a slide show outlining some of the best apps out there. We will then take some time to install and tinker with these new found apps. We will then open it up for the class to talk about their favorite apps so we can all learn and purchase together!
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Platform: Either
Format: 3-hour Bring Your Own Laptop (BYOL)
Cost: $100


MA11: Making Education Stick: Veni, Vidi, Velcro (I Came, I Saw, It Stuck)
Presenter: Lynell Burmark, Thornburg Center
Description: Try to remember a lesson or activity from your K-12 school years, or anything from a presentation you attended lately. Let’s face it, most instruction has less staying power than Chinese food. Most students can barely remember things long enough to pass the test so, how do we quit wasting everybody’s time and start delivering content in ways that “stick”? Come to this practical and inspirational workshop to discover seven hooks on which to hang memorable learning experiences. See for yourself how to connect, concretize and contextualize a lesson, to use humor and images purposefully, to invite music to carry the message, to weave in story and meaningful context, and to engage multiple senses to evoke emotional and memorable responses. Peruse the research and participate in replicable activities that incorporate the “sticky” principles. Participants will receive resource-rich handouts, HyperStudio software along with other fun freebies, and enter drawing for an Epson WXGA projector.
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Platform: None
Format: 3-hour Lecture/Demonstration
Cost: $100


 


Monday, January 31, 2011
Half-Day Workshops
12:00 pm - 3:00 pm



MP14: Digital Image Editing for Rookies with PhotoShop Elements
Presenter: Linda Dickeson, Lincoln Public Schools
Description: Learn fun and easy image editing skills using Adobe Photoshop Elements, the powerful yet affordable software that works so much like its “big brother,” Photoshop CS5. Learn to do portrait corrections like the pros, understand size and resolution issues and work with layers to creatively combine images. See why Photoshop Elements is a great tool for students at nearly every grade level. Participants will have hands-on practice with provided sample files and handouts and will leave the session with motivating curriculum integration ideas gained through sharing and brainstorming. Student samples and informative web sites having ideas and lesson plans will be shared.
Skill Level: Beginner
Platform: Mac
Format: 3-hour Hands-on Partner Lab
Cost: $125


MP15: Moodle: The Missing Plug-ins
Presenters: Dawn Howard, Manatee County School District
Description: Moodle is a fantastic course management system that educators can use to create effective online learning sites for professional development as well as student distance learning. Moodle is free to install on any server. Anyone from a small private school to a very large district can deploy a full learning management system with Moodle. Learn how this open source courseware can be enhanced and made more interactive and dynamic with plug-ins and modules for surveys, quizzes, games and multimedia. Install these free plug-ins and modules and get hands-on experience in using them effectively for an interactive online course. Make that Moodle site your own by adding colorful themes.
Skill Level: Intermediate, Advanced
Platform: Mac
Format: 3-hour Hands-on Partner Lab
Cost: $125


MP19: Free Your Instruction and Your Budget with Web 2.0 Tools! (Elementary)
Presenters: Charles Moseley, St. Johns County School District, Switzerland Point Middle School
Description: What is Web 2.0? It's a place where teachers can extend learning outside the traditional elementary classroom, a place where learners from all walks of life can collaboratively develop avenues for deeper understanding of content, and a portal through which teachers can support each other via knowledge sharing. And best of all, it's FREE!
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate
Platform: Either
Format: 3-hour Bring Your Own Laptop (BYOL)
Cost: $100


MP16: Cast the Net! Student Engagement Using Netbooks and Web 2.0
Presenters: Amy Gropper, Pacetti Bay Middle School
Description: In this workshop, participants will see how a class set of netbooks is being used in the middle school classroom as textbook replacements to engage students and enhance learning. Participants will hear a presentation of the current program including lesson types, management tips, program successes and areas of needed improvement, and video clips. They will then get to “test drive” the netbooks used in this project, as the presenter talks them through some of her classroom instruction, and directs completion of projects using VoiceThread, Prezi, Wordle, podcasting and blogging. In the last hour of this workshop, participants will have a chance to discuss the practical issues of purchasing, software needs, and viability in their own school settings. Participants will receive copies of lessons, class rules, implementation strategies, and other relevant information.
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate
Platform: Either
Format: 3-hour Bring Your Own Laptop (BYOL)
Cost: $100


MP18: Put the "i" in Teaching with an iTouch
Presenter: Allen Anderson, St. Johns County School District, Mill Creek Elementary
Description: Every student seems to have one. The iTouch is an affordable solution to a one to one classroom. In this workshop we will discover the best free applications that can be used on an iPod Touch and how to integrate them into your lessons. We will explore iTunes, iTunes U, and other sources to find valuable resources that will make this little device more valuable than any Teacher's Edition.
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate
Platform: Either
Format: 3-hour Bring Your Own Laptop (BYOL)
Cost: $100


MP17: Google Guide: 29 Secrets for Using Google in the Classroom
Presenter: Howie DiBlasi, Digital Journey
Description: Think you know Google. Tap into its full potential with the classroom tips and make your life easier in and outside the classroom. Google is an Office Suite, a communication tool, powerhouse search engine, a massive digital library, a fast and versatile cell phone portal and ever a virtual observatory. Most people only use about 3% of its power. Learn how to use 100% of its power.
Skill Level: Intermediate
Platform: Either
Format: 3-hour Bring Your Own Laptop (BYOL)
Cost: $100


 


Monday, January 31, 2011
Half-Day Evening Workshops
4:00 pm - 7:00 pm



ME30: Introduction to Computer Networking for Educators: Networks Explained
Presenter: William Fleischman, Miami-Dade County Public Schools
Description: This workshop will describe the concepts and identify the equipment necessary to understand and build computer networks. Networking protocols, topologies, and equipment will be explained in ways that are easy to understand. Planning and implementation tips will be discussed. This workshop assumes no previous networking experience.
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate
Platform: None
Format: 3-hour Lecture/Demonstration
Cost: $100


ME22: CSI FETC: Computer Forensics and Data Recovery for Educators:
Presenter: Brent Williams, Kennesaw State University
Description: Are bad things happening on good computers? Computer forensics and data recovery is a fascinating and necessary topic. This session will cover procedures, demonstrate techniques, and show useful tools. You, too, can conduct a computer forensics investigation or recover lost information and files. Here is how to do it! This topic is applicable to Windows, Mac, and Linux PCs as well as networks and handheld devices.
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Platform: PC
Format: 3-hour Hands-on Partner Lab
Cost: $125
Repeat: TA36


ME27: It's All About Curriculum, Not Technology!
Presenter: Charles Moseley, St. Johns County School District, Switzerland Point Middle School
Description: Discover how to make better use of the technology available in your school by shifting the emphasis to the curriculum. Many people start with the technology and then try to make the curriculum fit. In this workshop we will start with the curriculum and make the technology fit. After all, technology is more adaptable then curriculum. We will examine many Web 2.0 applications to find out how they best fit into enhancing the curriculum puzzle at your school.
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate
Platform: Mac
Format: 3-hour Hands-on Partner Lab
Cost: $125


ME26: The Complete Guide to HDR (High Dynamic Range), You've Never Looked So Good!
Presenters: David Futch, St. Johns County School District
Description: High Dynamic Range (HDR) photography is one of the most interesting and exciting trends in photography today. Through digital photography a greater range of tonal detail is available to bring brilliant color to your photographs. In this workshop, participants will learn what HDR is, see examples, and have a hands-on experience with creating HDR photographs with applications such as Photomatix. Topics that will be discussed include tonal and dynamic range in HDR images, bracketed exposures, raw image format, and general composition of a quality HDR image. Participants will take a "Photo Safari" collecting images that will be converted into HDR images. Participants will need to bring their own camera and tripod. (see Prerequisites for details)
Skill Level: Intermediate, Advanced
Platform: Mac
Format: 3-hour Hands-on Partner Lab
Cost: $125


ME28: Making Movies Using Freely Available Tools
Presenter: Rushton Hurley, Next Vista for Learning
Description: Digital video can be a powerful tool for student projects, professional collaboration, exchange activities, and program/school promotion. A barrier to more widespread use of digital video, however, is the perception that editing video is a complex and expensive process. This workshop will show how software that comes with Windows XP or Vista can be used with a variety of freely available resources to make fun and educationally powerful videos. During this workshop, participants will learn the basics of, and ways to overcome, the audio limitations of Movie Maker and Photo Story. This workshop will address the highlights of pedagogical concerns related to video, including content focus, copyright, assessment, and use of digital video with students with limited language capacity and/or learning disabilities. Additionally, participants will learn about various exchange projects their classes and schools can join, and will leave with a large set of free resources assembled by the presenter.
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Platform: Either
Format: 3-hour Bring Your Own Laptop (BYOL)
Cost: $100


ME31: They Snooze, You Lose: Strategies for Successful Presentations
Presenter: Lynell Burmark. Thornburg Center
Description: Most presentation software makes it too easy to do the wrong thing. Research has shown that retention and learning both go down when presenters read from their slides. In this engaging, practical workshop, the presenter will provide insider tips on how to boost recall and retention 46%! We invite you to discover the power of color and music as powerful conduits for instruction, and to make your points with compelling anchor images. Participants will experience the impact of images + music + voiceover narration, and why YouTube might just become your new best friend. Participants will be able to enjoy replicable activities that guarantee peels of laughter as well as deep, memorable learning, and meet Algo, Edward, and Roger whose talent, wisdom and programming genius can transform your slideshows into breathtakingly beautiful, academic dynamite. Participants will be provided to resource-rich handout, links to awesome free image sites, HyperStudio software and other fun freebies. Plus, enter drawing for Epson WXGA projector!
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Platform: None
Format: 3-hour Lecture/Demonstration
Cost: $100


ME25: Engaging Students with Robotics: STEM Innovation for Every Learner
Presenter: Laura Melnik, Florida Robotics Education Inc.
Description: Come join us for a robotics class! Learn everything you need know to integrate this amazing hands-on project-based activity in your classroom. Students in grades 4-12 thrive on their use of creative and critical thinking skills while infusing digital content, STEM, reading, and technology skills. Participants will learn how programming and building robots can help students grasp complex tasks by breaking them down into manageable pieces. Presenter will provide the robots and fun!
Cost: $125 
 

 


Tuesday, February 1, 2011
Full Day Workshops
8:00 am - 3:00 pm



TF34: Leading the Way- Exploring Systemic Change
Presenter: Susan Brooks-Young, The Opportunity Group
Description: With today's emphasis on 21st century skills, global education and digital learning, how do education leaders balance the need to meet academic benchmarks with promoting programs that support instructional innovation? This workshop explores strategies school administrators can use to implement systemic changes that bring out the best in teachers while engaging students in learning environments that support creativity and higher order thinking skills.
Skill Level: Intermediate
Platform: PC
Format: 6-hour Hands-on Partner Lab
Cost: $225


TF32: Adobe's Flash: One Plug-in for Audio, Video and Interactivity
Presenter: Michael Sawyer, Simmons Career and Exceptional Center
Description: Teachers, technology specialists and district web designers use Adobe Flash to create multimedia-rich and interactive animations for stand-alone programs or the web. During this workshop participants will use the timeline to animate objects, create streaming sound controls for the web, create video controls for web digital movies and use ActionScript to create interactive symbols that control the animations.
Skill Level: Intermediate, Advanced
Platform: PC
Format: 6-hour Hands-on Partner Lab
Cost: $225


TF33: The Interactive Classroom Deconstructed
Presenter: David Schubert, Conley Elementary School
Description: Schools all over the country are equipping their classrooms with interactive technology to enhance instruction. This workshop will include adetailed explanation of each component of an interactive classroom, a comparison of the most popular products, and research-based strategies for using each component effectively. Components to be covered in depth includeinteractive whiteboards, document cameras, digital projectors, audio amplification systems, classroom response systems, and interactive slates. The workshop will also highlight interactive Internet, curriculum, and software resources available for these components. Participants will learn how to install each of the components of an interactive classroom and will develop an interactive lesson that incorporates several of the components.
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Platform: PC
Format: 6-hour Hands-on Partner Lab
Cost: $225


 


Tuesday, February 1, 2011
Half-Day Workshops
8:00 am - 11:00 am



TA42: Computer Networking: Beyond the Basics
Presenter: William Fleischman, Miami-Dade County Public Schools
Description: This workshop discusses the advanced concepts of network administration. Topics will include: caching, viruses, traffic management, security, email, back-ups, addressing, filtering (http, mail, chat, ftp), firewalls, Internet, WAN protocols, and network management. Participants should have an understanding of Local Area Networking and some understanding of Novell, WindowsNT, or AppleOSX.
Skill Level: Intermediate
Platform: None
Format: 3-hour Lecture/Demonstration
Cost: $100


TA38: Desktop Publishing for Rookies with Adobe InDesign
Presenter: Linda Dickeson, Lincoln Public Schools
Description: This hands-on workshop will guide participants through the tools and workspaces of InDesign and lead them in to skills needed to create a multiple-page newsletter, concluding with output/export features. Educators nationwide are incorporating Adobe InDesign into Business, Multimedia and Journalism classrooms. Communication and publishing are strongly emphasized for students today. Adding visual impact to writing or other publishing motivates students to do more, knowing that their work creates interest to a wider audience. Learn how students can publish like the pros using this incredible tool.
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate
Platform: Mac
Format: 3-hour Hands-on Partner Lab
Cost: $125


TA43: Extend your Classroom Instruction Beyond the Walls with Moodle!
Presenters: David Futch, St. Johns County School District
Description: Does your class instruction slow when dealing with snow days, hurricane days or student illness? Learn how to extend your classroom instruction beyond the physical barriers of the face-to-face environment with Moodle. Moodle is a FREE open source elearning platform with over 25 million users world wide. In this hands-on workshop participants will experience a live elearning environment that delivers audio, video, and self-assessments to help students stay on track. Participants will experience the power of the tools within Moodle by exploring features such as chat, messaging, forums, online quizzes and surveys, as well as a wiki. All of these features are contained within the Moodle environment which provides security and safety. The presenters will provide many free resources that will extend this workshop well beyond the allotted time frame.
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate
Platform: Either
Format: 3-hour Bring Your Own Laptop (BYOL)
Cost: $100


TA39: Electronic Excitement in the Elementary Classroom
Presenter: Allen Anderson, St. Johns County School District, Mill Creek Elementary
Description: Want to learn how to enhance and simplify teaching?  Come see how to utilize basic applications (Office, Quicktime, Inspiration and the web to name a few) in the classroom to teach the different subject areas. Explore examples of how basic programs and the Internet can make the curriculum in any classroom come alive! Participants will walk away from this workshop with tools in place to make learning pop in their classroom.
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate
Platform: Mac
Format: 3-hour Hands-on Partner Lab
Cost: $125


TA40: Online Photo Editing with Photoshop.com
Presenter: Joe Dockery, Mount Si High School
Description: In this workshop you will learn how to upload, organize, edit and share their photographs with this powerful, yet free online tool. With 2 GB of free online storage this online tool could be a versatile new addition to your classroom tool set. Feel free to bring your own photograph to work with along with the example files from the workshop. Online tutorials and resource materials you can use with your students are included.
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Platform: Either
Format: 3-hour Bring Your Own Laptop (BYOL)
Cost: $100


TA41: Grant Writing 101
Presenter: Lynn Fell, Hillsborough County Public Schools
Description: Increased teacher accountability related to student achievement is a key issue in education, both nationally and in Florida. Today's emerging technologies provide tools that can improve teacher effectiveness and increase student learning, but in economic hard times how do schools and districts shoulder the expense?  Learn from a Florida school district Grants Officer who earns over $30M annually how to find grants, establish your need, and develop fundable goals, objectives, and budgets.  Motivated educators will learn how to win classroom, school, and district grants ranging from thousands to millions of dollars.
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Platform: None
Format: 3-hour Lecture/Demonstration
Cost: $100


TA37: Moodle: The Missing Plug-ins
Presenters: Dawn Howard, Manatee County School District
Description: Moodle is a fantastic course management system that educators can use to create effective online learning sites for professional development as well as student distance learning. Moodle is free to install on any server. Anyone from a small private school to a very large district can deploy a full learning management system with Moodle. Learn how this open source courseware can be enhanced enhanced and made more interactive and dynamic with plug-ins and modules for surveys, quizzes, games and multimedia. Install these free plug-ins and modules and get hands-on experience in using them effectively for an interactive online course. Make that Moodle site your own by adding colorful themes.
Skill Level: Intermediate, Advanced
Platform: PC
Format: 3-hour Hands-on Partner Lab
Cost: $125


TA36: CSI FETC: Computer Forensics and Data Recovery for Educators
Presenter: Brent Williams, Kennesaw State University
Description: Are bad things happening on good computers? Computer forensics and data recovery is a fascinating and necessary topic. This session will cover procedures, demonstrate techniques, and show useful tools. You, too, can conduct a computer forensics investigation or recover lost information and files. Here is how to do it! This topic is applicable to Windows, Mac, and Linux PCs as well as networks and handheld devices.
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Platform: PC
Format: 3-hour Hands-on Partner Lab
Cost: $125
Repeat: ME22


TA35: Power Googling for Educators
Presenter: Meg Ormiston, Tech Teachers
Description: Come see what Google has in store for you today. This ever changing presentation brings you the best Google is serving up today. All the tools presented will be connected to curriculum with specific classroom examples woven throughout. Bring back the best Google has for your classroom: learn how to create a virtual field trip using Google earth, build 3-D models with Google Sketch-Up, explore the latest developments from Google Labs, and much more.
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate
Platform: PC
Format: 3-hour Hands-on Partner Lab
Cost: $125 


 


Tuesday, February 1, 2011
Half-Day Workshops
12:00 pm - 3:00 pm



TP47: Digital Expression Deep Dive with PhotoShop Elements
Presenter: Linda Dickeson, Lincoln Public Schools
Description: Learn how to unleash student creativity in the classroom with Photoshop Elements. This workshop goes beyond basic photo editing for educators wanting to do creative projects with students. Participants will learn to work with layers (including adjustment layers) for adding enhancements, text layers, special brushes, filters or effects, and learn the power of combining images for creative classroom project ideas. The workshop will show how visually enhanced projects communicate ideas better, and how this feature-rich environment promotes creativity and innovation. Participants will have hands-on practice with provided sample files and handouts and will leave the session with motivating curriculum integration ideas gained through sharing and brainstorming. Informative web sites with lesson plan ideas will be shared and student samples will be shown.
Skill Level: Intermediate, Advanced
Platform: Mac
Format: 3-hour Hands-on Partner Lab
Cost: $125


TP52: Computers in the Stratosphere: An Educators Guide to Using Clouds in the Classroom
Presenter: Charles Moseley, St. Johns County School District, Switzerland Point Middle School
Description: Cloud computing is rapidly becoming one of the hottest topics in the K-12 community. Budgets are being slashed and everyone is being forced to get creative with funding and resources for both students and teachers. Participants will gain an understanding of cloud computing, explore the many benefits and examine the current limitations to implementing clouds in the classroom. Teachers and administrators will leave with the ability to safely stick their head in the clouds.
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate
Platform: Either
Format: 3-hour Bring Your Own Laptop (BYOL)
Cost: $100


TP50: Telling a Story with PhotoStory
Presenter: Cindy Lane, Discovery Education
Description: Imagine having your students tell a story to show understanding of learning! It's an easy and effective learning tool for the classroom. Join in the discussion of basic storytelling principles and proceed to make your own photo story. Students will be engaged using this tool and so will you! Particpants must have Photostory downloaded to their computers.
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Platform: Either
Format: 3-hour Bring Your Own Laptop (BYOL)
Cost: $100


TP51: Second Life: Professional Development Opportunity in Another World
Presenter: Michael Sweeney, Florida Center for Instructional Technology
Description: Second Life can be used for professional development with hundreds of K-12 and higher education organizations already on the grid. This workshop will help you create an Avatar and guide you through navigating and communicating in this virtual world. This workshop is for educators who are interested in learning about Second Life, but have not had the time to learn. The workshop will include examples of how others are using Second Life and virtual worlds in education with students and for professional development with educators.
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate
Platform: Either
Format: 3-hour Bring Your Own Laptop (BYOL)
Cost: $100


TP45: Audacity: Building a Basic Podcast
Presenter: Jamey Osborne, La Porte ISD, La Porte, TX
Description: Audacity is a well-known, open-source audio editor. While other options are available, schools use Audacity because it's free, easy to learn and cross-platform. This session will be an introduction to the software, designed for those who have never used an audio editor before. Using materials supplied, participants will record a short bit of audio, then produce a podcast episode suitable for the classroom.
Skill Level: Beginner
Platform: PC
Format: 3-hour Hands-on Partner Lab
Cost: $125


TP46: Be the First on Your Block to Use Smartphones for Teaching and Learning! Experience First Hand How Mobile Learning is the Game Changer in K-12
Presenters: Elliot Soloway
Description: In order for attendees to truly understand how smartphones can be used to support teaching and learning in the K-12 classroom, our workshop will provide smartphones (during this three hour workshop), suitably equipped with educational software, so that the attendees can actually experience, up-close and personal, what learning with a "mobile learning device" feels like . Attendees will experience the fun and the serious learning that occurs as smartphones (one type of mobile learning device) are used for curricular activities.
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate
Platform: PC
Format: 3-hour Hands-on Partner Lab
Cost: $125
Repeat: THA92


TP49: What's Out There and How Can I Find it Without Losing Anymore Sleep
Presenter: Gail Lovely, Lovely and Associates
Description: Searching and searching? Wondering how other people always seem to find the “good stuff”? This workshop will arm you with tools, resources, and strategies for finding just the right image (with the right permissions), right resource and the right interactives without losing sleep. Searching, site evaluation and lots of free resources and tools will be shared.
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate
Platform: Either
Format: 3-hour Bring Your Own Laptop (BYOL)
Cost: $100


TP44: Culture Clash! Wired Kids in Text Driven Classrooms
Presenter: Meg Ormiston, Tech Teachers
Description: Outside of school kids have their earbuds in, with a music device in one hand and cell phone in the other. In school the same students struggle with text driven instruction. Instead of just delivering instruction in print form, use the multimedia their brains crave. The combination of digital images, videos, and music engages students and encourages them to “read” the message delivered through the media. This type of instruction helps cross the cultural divide while still aligning to the standards. See how student projects can move away from posters and dioramas as students produce multimedia that summarizes their understanding of a topic. Today it is important to remember that there are many different types of literacies, and students need to learn to read messages delivered in various formats.
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate
Platform: PC
Format: 3-hour Hands-on Partner Lab
Cost: $125


 


Wednesday, February 2, 2011
Full Day Workshops
8:00 am - 3:00 pm



WF53: Creating Dynamic Websites with Dreamweaver, MySQL and PHP
Presenter: Jamey Osborne, La Porte ISD, La Porte, TX
Description: Many of today’s educators desire to advance beyond basic, static web pages. Participants will learn the fundamental aspects of creating web applications that interact with databases. This workshop will take participants through a step-by-step workflow to develop dynamic websites using the PHP language to communicate with a MySQL database. Participants will configure a lab computer with PHP and MySQL, then use Dreamweaver to create a sample website which can be used as a basis for their own creation. Topics covered include: installation, querying MySQL, searching your database, creating and updating records and restricting access to parts of your site.
Skill Level: Intermediate, Advanced
Platform: PC
Format: 6-hour Hands-on Partner Lab
Cost: $225



Wednesday, February 2, 2011
Half-Day Workshops
8:00 am - 11:00 am



WA62: Next Generation Computing: Using the Cloud to Build Learning Communities
Presenter: John Kuglin, Retired University of Montana
Description: A dynamic cloud is enhancing education today! This revolutionary development is called “Cloud Computing”. Cloud-based computing or applications do not run on a single computer; instead they are spread over a distributed environment, using storage space and computing resources from other computers. This environment provides for innovative yet cost-effective learning systems to be developed during these difficult economic times. The emergence of large-scale data farms are bringing huge quantities of processing power and storage capacity within easy reach of individuals. All of these web-based services are accessible from more powerful yet lesser expensive mobile devices. Couple this with the changing environment for wide-spread wireless connectivity, and you have a new model for educational computing. Educators need to understand and take advantage of this new model in computing as it directly addresses the 21st Century skills of critical thinking, problem solving, communication, collaboration, creativity and innovation. Join John as he navigates through numerous cloud-based applications from Adobe, Google, SlideRocket, Mindmeister, and others that use the “cloud” as their platform. Learn the pros and cons for district implementation. Learn to work more efficiently and effectively as a professional. This is a great workshop for teachers, IT staff, administrators, and others looking for better ways to collaborate and communicate on a budget.
Skill Level: Intermediate
Platform: Either
Format: 3-hour Bring Your Own Laptop (BYOL)
Cost: $100


WA54: Amazing PDF Portfolios with Acrobat Pro
Presenter: Linda Dickeson, Lincoln Public Schools
Description: Educators will learn to combine documents and interact with PDFs in new ways, and see how teachers and students can use a PDF Portfolio containing multiple file types to deliver curriculum resources or showcase work. Administrators and educators from any classroom will find ways to share information, collaborate and communicate using valuable new interactions created in Acrobat Pro and make those interactions available to users of the free Adobe Reader. Participants will develop new strategies on how to deliver content or showcase work including rich media (movies, audio, files of all types) with a PDF Portfolio. The skills and ideas gained from the workshop will move participants closer to true 21st Century Education.
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate
Platform: PC
Format: 3-hour Hands-on Partner Lab
Cost: $125


WA57: Cool Web 2.0 Tools: Integrating the Core Curriculum Areas
Presenter: Howie DiBlasi, Digital Journey
Description: The myriad resources of the online world also provide each classroom with more interesting, diverse, and current learning materials. When technology is effectively integrated into subject areas, teachers grow into roles of adviser, content expert, and coach. Join this interactive workshop and discover a host of Web 2.0 tools available on the Internet, plus teaching and learning strategies to use them in the K-12 classroom.  Thematic unit lesson plans included in the session exemplify topics at the K-12 levels. Learn how to use and focus on a specific Web 2.0 tools in the core content areas.
Skill Level: Intermediate
Platform: PC
Format: 3-hour Hands-on Partner Lab
Cost: $125


WA59: FLIP for Digital and Video with Web 2.0 Tools
Presenter: Cathy Hutchins, St. Johns County School District, Timberlin Creek Elementary
Description: Come learn how to use a FLIP video camera and your own digital camera with Web 2.0 video and sharing tools. Participants will have hands on opportunities to practice using a flip video camera and their personal camera as they take photos around the convention center. Participants will then "sweep the web" as their photos/video are put together from online tools that are quick and easy. Capture the Cloud of endless possibilities as you FLIP and SNAP into the digital world! Participants should bring their personal digital camera and camera cable.
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate
Platform: Mac
Format: 3-hour Hands-on Partner Lab
Cost: $125


WA60: Bring Extra Life to Student Projects...iLife That Is
Presenter: Rick Reece, Broward Schools
Description: Your students can spice up their projects by utilizing some of the new features of the latest version of Apple's iLife. Come learn how they can add green screen video effects by drag-and-drop, stabilize shaky video, apply "pedal special effects" to music, and much, much more. While the topics will include how to use these cool features, the focus will be on how your students can use them to add pizzazz to their projects. Sample files and step-by-step handouts will be made available for use in your classroom.
Skill Level: Intermediate
Platform: Mac
Format: 3-hour Hands-on Partner Lab
Cost: $125


WA58: The Paperless Classroom
Presenter: Michael Sawyer, Simmons Career and Exceptional Center
Description: Implement inexpensive technology for a cutting edge classroom. Participants will learn how to set up Moodle to provide students access to learning materials electronically. Students can participate in a variety of Web 2.0 based activities, see their grades, get assignments and submit assignments. Participants will also examine the impact Moodle has in fostering Professional Learning Communities (PLC's). Finally, participants will look at some of the free and less expensive resources available, and how these resources can be utilized/organized to improve learning outcomes.
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate
Platform: PC
Format: 3-hour Hands-on Partner Lab
Cost: $125


WA64: Twitter to the Fifth Power
Presenter: Leslie Fisher, lesliefisher.com
Description: An entire class about Twitter? You bet! Twitter newbie or seasoned veteran this class is for you! We will first overview Twitter and discover why it became such a sensation. You will then discover some of the best Twitter add-ons available that will help you tweet more effectively as well as discover people to follow. The class will conclude with some stories about people effectively using Twitter in the classroom and beyond.
Skill Level: Beginner
Platform: Either
Format: 3-hour Bring Your Own Laptop (BYOL)
Cost: $100


WA56: Google Docs for Administrators
Presenter: Susan Brooks-Young, The Opportunity Group
Description: Learn ways to promote technology initiatives and support transformation of your school by modeling use of Web-based Google Doc tools. Participants will learn the basics of using Google Docs, Google Spreadsheets and Forms, Google Presentations and explore ways these tools can be used on-the-job. 
Skill Level: Beginner
Platform: PC
Format: 3-hour Hands-on Partner Lab
Cost: $125


WA55: Practical Magic: Using Adobe Photoshop Elements and Express in the Classroom
Presenter: Ryan Visser, Clemson University
Description: Photoshop Elements makes image editing a breeze! Image editing is also made easy with Photoshop Express, which offers *free* online image editing through Web 2.0 technology. Through hands-on activities learn exciting, practical strategies for applying digital imaging in any classroom or educational settings. This workshop will give participants a working understanding of Photoshop Elements and Photoshop Express, with particular emphasis on high impact classroom applications and image editing operations. Cool tricks, great ideas, lots of fun!
Skill Level: Intermediate
Platform: PC
Format: 3-hour Hands-on Partner Lab
Cost: $125


WA61: Transforming the Secondary Classroom with Web 2.0 Tools
Presenter: Stephen Veliz, Swift Creek Middle School
Description: Designed for secondary teachers from across the curriculum, this workshop will help you transform your classroom using free tools and resources. From blogging and online collaboration to digital storytelling and podcasting, put 21st century tools in your students’ hands right now. Today’s students are living digital lives. Meet them where they are, and put your content in from of them.
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate
Platform: Either
Format: 3-hour Bring Your Own Laptop (BYOL)
Cost: $100


 


Wednesday, February 2, 2011
Half-Day Workshops
12:00 pm - 3:00 pm



WP70: Adobe Premiere Elements: A Hands-On Experience
Presenter: C David Schneider, Center for Advanced Technologies
Description: It has been called the light version of Adobe Premiere Pro. Adobe Premiere Elements packs a big punch at a low cost. This easy to follow step-by-step, hands-on workshop for beginners will focus on the basics of editing in sceneline and timeline. Titles, animated graphics and transitions will come into play as the final project is given the professional touch and exported to tape, disc and a variety of digital formats. We will also explore creative ways to produce podcasts with copyright free music and images in Premiere Elements. Although the workshop will focus on the mechanics of the software application and interface, the basics of digital video as a communication tool for use across the curriculum will be presented as well.
Skill Level: Beginner
Platform: Mac
Format: 3-hour Hands-on Partner Lab
Cost: $125


WP74: Open Their Minds with Open Source
Presenter: Allen Anderson, St. Johns County School District, Mill Creek Elementary
Description: Budgets cuts, limited and aging resources we come to a time when we need to take full advantage of what the Free Web has to offer. In this course we will discover and use up-to-date instructional tools that help make instruction real and relevant. There are so many resources available in our students native world, all they need are guides to help them find their way. Join us as we explore, learn and have fun learning what Open Source means and can offer.
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Platform: Either
Format: 3-hour Bring Your Own Laptop (BYOL)
Cost: $100


WP75: iPhone/Touch/Pad + Apps = U 24/7
Presenter: Cathy Hutchins, St. Johns County School District, Timberlin Creek Elementary
Description: Are you searching for or addicted to iPhone Applications? This workshop will keep you on your toes as you receive a demonstration of the applications that are great for personal productivity as well as education. Bring your iPhone, and a filled iTunes card so you can access the free and purchase the apps you'll use around the clock. What will be your favorite? Participants will need to bring their computer and have an iTunes account and power cord for their Phone/Touch/Pad to get the most out of this workshop.
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate
Platform: Either
Format: 3-hour Bring Your Own Laptop (BYOL)
Cost: $100


WP71: Using Podcasts, Blogs, Wikis, and more to Engage Your Students
Presenter: Rick Reece, Broward Schools
Description: Podcasts can be a great tool for delivery of instruction, an easy medium for student projects, and alternative form assessment. Communication and collaboration can be greatly enhanced with the use of Wikis and Blogs in instruction. Come to this workshop and create one of each before you leave. You will also take away access to step-by-step handouts, sample files to use in their classrooms, and ideas for classroom integration.
Skill Level: Beginner
Platform: Mac
Format: 3-hour Hands-on Partner Lab
Cost: $125


WP73: The Web 2.0 You Might Not Know About
Presenter: Leslie Fisher, lesliefisher.com
Description: Sure you know about blogs and you might have facebooked with the best of them but Web 2.0 brought the ability to have dynamic interactive web sites. This class will introduce you to some of the newest and coolest Web 2.0 sites. We will allow time at the end of the class so you can share any possible Web 2.0 sites we might have missed.
Skill Level: Beginner
Platform: Either
Format: 3-hour Bring Your Own Laptop (BYOL)
Cost: $100


WP66: Adobe Dreamweaver 101: Up and Running in Three Hours
Presenter: Ryan Visser, Clemson University
Description: Adobe’s Dreamweaver is powerful, affordable and easy to use. Learn the basic skills you need to create, publish and edit your site.
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate
Platform: PC
Format: 3-hour Hands-on Partner Lab
Cost: $125


WP67: Rock On: Edit Photos and Create Animations Using Gimp
Presenter: Gordon Worley, Florida Center for Instructional Technology
Description: Engage your students by having them create animations that explain educational content processes. Participants will learn to work from a photo to create an animation. During this workshop Gimp, a free open source image-editing program similar to Photoshop, will be taught. Starting with an image it will be duplicated and modified using layers, clone stamp tool, distortions, and various other techniques. The images will be exported into a video editing program and stitched into an animated movie.
Skill Level: Intermediate
Platform: PC
Format: 3-hour Hands-on Partner Lab
Cost: $125


WP72: Cross Curricular and Across the K-12 World with Google Earth
Presenter: Cindy Lane, Discovery Education
Description: Google Earth 5.0 lets you fly anywhere on Earth to view satellite imagery, maps, terrain, 3-D buildings and even explore galaxies in the Sky, Moon and Mars. We will explore rich geographical content to fit your curriculum, learn about other sites that fit in Google Earth and share with others. Google Earth is a free program with many opportunities for learning!
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Platform: Either
Format: 3-hour Bring Your Own Laptop (BYOL)
Cost: $100


WP65: (Adobe) Captivate Your Teachers and Students
Presenter: Michael Sweeney, Florida Center for Instructional Technology
Description: Participants in this workshop will learn to use Adobe's Captivate 4.0 to create professional development software simulations on the integration of technology into classroom curriculum for online delivery by creating screen casts, simulations and quizzes for online deployment.
Skill Level: Intermediate
Platform: PC
Format: 3-hour Hands-on Partner Lab
Cost: $125


WP68: Using Technology to Support and Encourage Beginning Readers
Presenter: Gail Lovely, Lovely and Associates
Description: Using technologies with beginning or not-yet-readers requires a critical eye and a select group of resources. This session will help you find AND use great technological tools and resources with your youngest learners. We’ll explore resources as they relate to standards and also examine good implementation and management strategies. An emphasis on free tools will be kept throughout the session.
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate
Platform: PC
Format: 3-hour Hands-on Partner Lab
Cost: $125

 


Wednesday, February 2, 2011
Half-Day Evening Workshops
4:00 pm - 7:00 pm



WE83: Celebrating the STARs of Education as They Move Beyond the Textbook
Presenter: Discovery Education
Description: Reserve your spot today. Celebrate your colleagues as they are recognized for their contributions towards transforming and improving classrooms for today's students. Hear from educators from across the country as they describe their successes and challenges as they move from print to engaging digital curriculum. Interact with colleagues from the Discovery Educator Network, share best practices, and have a little fun, the Discovery way. Light snacks and drinks will be provided.
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Cost: FREE

 


Thursday, February 3, 2011
Half-Day Workshops
8:00 am - 11:00 am



THA98: iTouch the Future: Mobile Computing in PK-12 Classrooms
Presenters: Susan Brooks-Young, The Opportunity Group
Description: MP3 players are well integrated into the lives of children and adults across the world. Apple's iPod Touch offers a perfect blend of access to audio, video, and applications educators can use to enhance instruction using affordable technology. In this workshop participants acquaint themselves with educational applications, address management and safety issues, and plan instructional activities using the iTouch. Bring-your-own Apple iPod Touch (or iPhone).
Skill Level: Intermediate
Platform: Either
Format: 3-hour Bring Your Own Laptop (BYOL)
Cost: $100


THA95: Google it Inside, Outside and All Around
Presenter: Cathy Hutchins, St. Johns County School District, Timberlin Creek Elementary
Description: Do you know a little about Google and are ready for the next step? Come and step up to learning more about the different tools that Google has to offer. These FREE tools include blogging, readers, calendar, Google Wave, and sharing documents with other users called Google docs. Participants will walk out with a better understanding of the inner workings of one very powerful tool they have free at their fingertips. Handouts and resources will be given to each participant attending the workshop.  Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate
Platform: Mac
Format: 3-hour Hands-on Partner Lab
Cost: $125


THA88: Dreamweaver Beyond 101
Presenter: Michael Sawyer, Simmons Career and Exceptional Center
Description: Make web sites using the strategies and workflow of a pro. Participants will utilize CSS page layouts, implement strategies to make a site more accessible and search engine friendly, create a form and discuss submission options, learn how to simplify site development for various devices including mobile solutions and examine HTML 5 and CSS3.
Skill Level: Intermediate, Advanced
Platform: PC
Format: 3-hour Hands-on Partner Lab
Cost: $125


THA89: Adobe Premiere Elements: A Hands-On Experience
Presenter: C David Schneider, Center for Advanced Technologies
Description: It has been called the light version of Adobe Premiere Pro. Adobe Premiere Elements packs a big punch at a low cost. This easy to follow step-by-step, hands-on workshop for beginners will focus on the basics of editing in sceneline and timeline. Titles, animated graphics and transitions will come into play as the final project is given the professional touch and exported to tape, disc and a variety of digital formats. We will also explore creative ways to produce podcasts with copyright free music and images in Premiere Elements. Although the workshop will focus on the mechanics of the software application and interface, the basics of digital video as a communication tool for use across the curriculum will be presented as well.
Skill Level: Beginner
Platform: PC
Format: 3-hour Hands-on Partner Lab
Cost: $125


THA97: Rock On: Edit Photos and Create Animations Using Gimp
Presenter: Gordon Worley, Florida Center for Instructional Technology
Description: Engage your students by having them create animations that explain educational content processes. Participants will learn to work from a photo to create an animation. During this workshop Gimp, a free open source image-editing program similar to Photoshop, will be taught. Starting with an image it will be duplicated and modified using layers, clone stamp tool, distortions, and various other techniques. The images will be exported into a video editing program and stitched into an animated movie.
Skill Level: Intermediate
Platform: Either
Format: 3-hour Bring Your Own Laptop (BYOL)
Cost: $100


THA90: Audacity: Beyond the Basics
Presenter: Jamey Osborne, La Porte ISD, La Porte, TX
Description: Audacity is a well-known, open-source audio editor. While it's easy to master the basics, many capabilities of the software are often overlooked and can make a podcast or other audio file sound much better. This workshop will cover advanced editing techniques, post-production tweaks you can use to enhance the sound quality of your audio as well as investigate ways to create different kinds of audio with Audacity.
Skill Level: Intermediate
Platform: PC
Format: 3-hour Hands-on Partner Lab
Cost: $125


THA92: Be the First on Your Block to Use Smartphones for Teaching and Learning! Experience First Hand How Mobile Learning is the Game Changer in K-12
Presenters: Elliot Soloway
Description: In order for attendees to truly understand how smartphones can be used to support teaching and learning in the K-12 classroom, our workshop will provide smartphones (during this three hour workshop), suitably equipped with educational software, so that the attendees can actually experience, up-close and personal, what learning with a "mobile learning device" feels like.  Attendees will experience the fun and the serious learning that occurs as smartphones (one type of mobile learning device) are used for curricular activities.
Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate
Platform: PC
Format: 3-hour Hands-on Partner Lab
Cost: $125
Repeat: TP46


THA93: Practical Promethean Pointers for the Elementary Classroom
Presenter: Cookie Zimmer, DeSoto Trail Elementary School
Description: This training provides a hands-on learning experience and the opportunity to network with other professionals using the ActivInspire software and PROMETHEAN ActivBoards , effective. Many teachers need training to prepare them to effectively utilize this technological tool for increasing overall student engagement and learning its potential and integrate lively, interactive lessons into their daily curriculum.  Led by veteran elementary classroom teachers who use the PROMEATHEAN Board and ActivInspire in everyday lessons, participants will learn how to use the technology to create student-centered lessons and make technology a natural part of each class.  This training will help teachers master this exciting technology, adapt their current store of existing material, and engage students on a new level with state-of-the-art, participatory lesson ideas and resources. Practical examples across multiple grades and subjects will be demonstrated and participants will explore the resources offered at Promethean Planet.  During this workshop, participants will develop a growing comfort level using the ActivBoards, ActivSlates, ActivExpressions, ActivVotes, as well as establish strategies to form collaborative professional learning networks (in-school peers or online community).
Cost: $125


THA91: Teach SMARTer: Maximizing your SMART Board daily in the Elementary Classroom:
Presenter: Jo Curry, Killearn Lakes Elementary School
Description: Have a SMARTBoard, but not quite sure what to do with it or want to know how to go beyond just the basics? This workshop, led by a veteran teacher who uses a SMARTBoard everyday, will guide participants through the use of SMARTBoard software and the tools available for creating activities and lessons. Go beyond just using the SMARTBoard as a really cool whiteboard. Learn all the exciting interactive tools that are waiting to excite students and get them focused on learning. Participants will not only learn to create their own lessons, but will be shown how to find lessons already created by other teachers, then adapt them to fit their own curriculum and grade level needs. Most important of all, teachers will establish a network of teachers and educators that will provide endless support and ideas for using a SMARTBoard everyday for classroom lessons and routines. The length of this workshop allows participants the time to repeatedly work with the software and leave with a comfort level to use the SMARTBoard more extensively in their own classroom.
Cost: $125



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