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Saturday, September 30
 

7:30am

Check In
Coffee and pastries sponsored by NewsELA. Check in for the day, socialize, meet new friends, and use the #capcuepln hashtag.

Saturday September 30, 2017 7:30am - 8:00am
Gym

8:00am

Opening greeting and Kickoff
Saturday September 30, 2017 8:00am - 8:45am
Gym

9:00am

Digital Leadership: Start a Digital Citizenship Revolution
Being a positive digital citizen is great but being a positive digital leader is transformative. let's lead our students and fellow educators to become digital heroes using resources from Common Sense Media, Google and more.

Speakers

Saturday September 30, 2017 9:00am - 9:50am
Room L5

9:00am

See Saw
Learn the foundation of Seesaw and set up your class to get started and using tomorrow. See how you can incorporate Century 21st skills using Seesaw.

http://bit.ly/capcueseesaw


Speakers
avatar for Aprill Hall

Aprill Hall

Instructional Coach, YCUSD
I am a passionate about education, Google Fanatic and Life Long Learner. I have taught 3rd, 4th and 5th grade for 15 years and have been an Instructional Coach for 4 years. Technology has always been a passion and hobby since I was young and since my first day of teaching, tech... Read More →
avatar for Debbie Novell

Debbie Novell

Third Grade, YCUSD - Lincrest Elem


Saturday September 30, 2017 9:00am - 9:50am
Room J4

9:00am

Breaking Out in Elementary!
Come learn the purpose and value of using Breakout EDU in your elementary classroom. We will look at how to use and tailor Breakout EDU for lower elementary students, allowing them to practice communication, collaboration, critical thinking, and problem solving skills!  Resources:  bit.ly/breakoutcc17

Speakers
avatar for Danielle Rojo

Danielle Rojo

3rd grade teacher, Westlake Charter School


Saturday September 30, 2017 9:00am - 9:50am
Room J6

9:00am

Reading Across The Curriculum with Newsela PRO
In this session, Michael will share examples of how current event and nonfictions texts can be used across all content areas to connect the standards to the real world to make learning real and meaningful to students. Through an interactive product demonstration, an examination of a case study, and candid discussion, teachers will become acquainted with different ways Newsela can be used in upper elementary, middle, and high school classrooms. This session will engage new and old Newsela users, so no prior experience with the program needed. 

Speakers
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Michael Bell

After graduating from Boston College and joining Teach for America, Michael helped found a middle school in San Francisco Unified as a 7th grade ELA teacher. There, he became a leader in instructional technology and literacy, putting into practice what he learned studying Element... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 9:00am - 9:50am
Room L1

9:00am

Personalization in Science/Math/Grammar with Khan
Khan has exciting new tools to improve integration and personalize learning. Come find how this can work for your students so that every student, every day has access to material at their level.

Speakers
avatar for Kathleen Lucchesi

Kathleen Lucchesi

teacher, Galt Joint Union Elementary School
Before becoming a Technology Coach, I taught 1st, 2nd, 5th ,6th, 7/8 Language Arts, and Math 7/8. Based on this experience, early success with technology is critical to a student's ability to utilize all educational resources available. For me, the ideal time to start, is in kin... Read More →
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JoAnna Nelson

McCaffrey Middle School


Saturday September 30, 2017 9:00am - 9:50am
Room K5

9:00am

Engaging all Learners in Historical Inquiry: Leveraging Google Apps and WeVideo
Historical inquiry should not just be for AP, Honors, and GATE. Explore how tools, Google Docs, Sites, Slides, and WeVideo can help engage all learners in rigorous historical investigations.  Resources:   tinyurl.com/capcuehistory2017

Speakers
avatar for Stephanie Kugler

Stephanie Kugler

History Teacher, Bridgeway Island Elementary
I love all things US History and am excited about the power of EdTech to maximize and invigorate learning for ALL kids.


Saturday September 30, 2017 9:00am - 9:50am
Room L2

9:00am

Recipe for a Rockin’ Digital Notebook
Looking for the perfect Digital Interactive Notebook recipe? Take one Google SlideDeck. Add a cup multi-media, 3T collaboration, an ounce of differentiation, a dash of creativity.  Blend It, Flip It… any style! The award-winning recipe will engage Ss & deliver content. Participants will cook up their own lessons & leave with samples!

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Saturday September 30, 2017 9:00am - 9:50am
Room L3

9:00am

Making Money Fun: Bringing Financial Literacy to Life
This session will cover the topic of financial literacy and the growing importance of educating our students to be financially responsible citizens. By utilizing the free resources provided by EverFi, teachers will see how using technology to assist in learning the concepts of financial literacy will make them more financially sound and have fun in the process. Students in grades 4 to 12 will be assessed and certified in a variety of age-appropriate financial topics including credit scores, insurance, credit cards, student loans, mortgages, taxes, stock, savings, 401Ks and other critical concepts that map to Common Core standards as well as national financial literacy standards.

Speakers
avatar for Nick Martin

Nick Martin

Schools Manager, EVERFI
Hello! I am your local EVERFI Schools Manager. EVERFI offers digital resources to teachers that help them equip students with critical skills, like financial literacy and wellness fundamentals. The best part is we deliver these critical skills to K-12 schools and students free of... Read More →
avatar for Catey Pease

Catey Pease

Schools Manager, EVERFI
I work with schools throughout the Central Valley to get teachers and students access to EVERFI's no-cost online critical skills programs.


Saturday September 30, 2017 9:00am - 9:50am
Room R15

9:00am

Gamification Made Easy
Learn about how gamification can improve any class, and better yet, create your own easy-to-use unit.

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Saturday September 30, 2017 9:00am - 9:50am
Room R13

9:00am

Research Revolution: Writing Worth Reading
Empowering & encouraging students to explore and use high quality sources of information results in Writing Worth Reading. Look at research and expository text through the values of a Source Rubric that encourages and rewards students for locating, consulting, and citing peer reviewed and scholarly sources of information in their quests for knowledge and understanding. Attendees will leave with Source Rubrics 1.0 and 2.0 as well as the ability to plan, introduce, assign, and score using these classroom-tested, student-approved resources that support Writing Worth Reading.  For resources click here.

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Suzanne Everett

English Educator, Oak Ridge High School
Moving into the 21st Century with education and technology. Flip model teaching empowering students to take responsibility and personal interest in learning.


Saturday September 30, 2017 9:00am - 9:50am
Room K3

9:00am

Google Tools to Book Reviews
Creating online book reviews that incorporate different aspects of G-Suite to engage your students and allow them to show what they have learned about their book. You will learn how to create an online book review and what you can do with these reviews so that you can show off your students amazing work."

Speakers
avatar for Craig Haviland

Craig Haviland

Teacher, Rocklin Unified


Saturday September 30, 2017 9:00am - 9:50am
Room K1

9:00am

Use Google Forms to Connect with Community
Participants will build Google Forms with: Auto-Email & Mail Merged Responses, Photo Uploads for Item Selection, and Add-ons that will both Personalize and Automate every educator's Connection with their Community.  Resources:  learnwithjohneick.com

Speakers
avatar for John Eick

John Eick

Executive Director, Westlake Charter
John’s first edu-gig was volunteering to direct a high school play. Little did he know that 15 years later he would have been a teacher, a department chair, a vice principal and eventually the proud principal of that same school. During his teaching tenure, he wrote grants to l... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 9:00am - 9:50am
Room J5

9:00am

Bring the World Into Your Classroom with My Maps and Google Earth
Engage and challenge your students by using My Maps and Google Earth in a variety of ways. Science, Math, Language Arts, and Social Studies lessons can all be enhanced and deepened by using maps. Learn how to use Tour Builder in Google Earth to help students design a virtual tour of areas that they are studying. Students can go from filling in a Google form to integrating the data generated from the Google sheet into My Maps so they can plot places quickly. Adding pictures, text, and links to places on the map is quick and easy. Students love being able to create their own maps, complete with all sorts of added information, and then share them with their fellow students. What a great way to liven up reports, lessons, and have students learn independently.

Speakers
avatar for Patty Reetz

Patty Reetz

K-8 Instructional Support TOSA, Twin Rivers USD


Saturday September 30, 2017 9:00am - 9:50am
Room R11

9:00am

STEAM Sisters
In an effort to promote success for women and underrepresented groups in STEAM education, Rocklin Elementary sponsors the after-school club “STEAM Sisters.” Our Mission is to empower our female students to make positive educational and social decisions along with expanding STEAM learning opportunities. This session will describe how we founded the club, highlight projects from our club meetings, and share successes and failures that we experienced in our pilot year, and how we’ll improve things for next year.

Speakers
avatar for Elizabeth  Carr

Elizabeth Carr

Teacher (K-6), Rocklin Unified School District


Saturday September 30, 2017 9:00am - 9:50am
Room K6

9:00am

The Flipped Classroom
This PD will show you how to use SCREENCASTIFY, plus more, free apps available for all chrome accounts. These tools allow you to record the computer screen as you narrate your actions for the audio. This is an excellent way to record your lessons for students and create a ‘Flipped Classroom’ atmosphere. Screencasts are a great way to give students additional opportunities to review lessons you have already done, or create a self guided lesson path that still involves direct instruction from the teacher (via the screencast). Included will be tutorials on how to share to your teacher YouTube channel, and easily embed video into a Google Slide.  Resources:   https://goo.gl/XiS8lS

Speakers
avatar for Kelly Orvick

Kelly Orvick

Instructional Technology Coach, Lodi Unified School District
In my fourth year as a Tech Coach for Lodi Unified School District - taught 6th grade for 16 years. I am passionate about education and technology! Love connecting and sharing with teachers about anything to do with integrating technology that improves the learning environment... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 9:00am - 9:50am
Room L4

9:00am

Twitterize Your Classroom
Break down the 4 walls of the classroom. Students spend significant time on devices so why not catch them while they’re online. Leverage Twitter to facilitate academic conversations, concept discussions, debates and review for assessments. If Twitter is blocked in your district, learn no-tech ways to leverage the engagement power of social media. Develop and use hashtags to moderate Twitter Chats with all of your students or with one class at a time. Bonus: Learn applicable hashtags to focus searches & build your PLN (Personal Learning Network).

Speakers
avatar for Katherine Goyette

Katherine Goyette

Educational Technology & Interdisciplinary Studies Consultant, Tulare County Office of Education
Katherine Goyette is an Educational Consultant for Technology & Integrated Studies for Tulare County Office of Education. Katherine is a Google Certified Trainer & Google Certified Innovator. Katherine holds professional learning sessions for teachers, coaches, and administrators... Read More →
avatar for Adam Juarez

Adam Juarez

6-12 Technology Integration Coach, Cutler-Orosi Joint Unified School District
I am a Technology Coach and World History Teacher at Orosi High School in Orosi, CA. My job is to train teachers and students in Google Suite for Education and to help teachers embed technology into their lessons and units. To this end, I have developed the Cardinal Innovation... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 9:00am - 9:50am
Room J3

9:00am

Chrome Apps & Extensions that Match High-Leverage Practices for Special Education Students
G Suite for Education and Chromebooks provide a number of accessibility features and apps and extensions that can benefit special education students. By utilizing the Chromebook as a form of assistive technology, classrooms can increase access to learning resources for all students. Bring your Chrome browser and G Suite for Education account and load up on resources to support learning in your classroom.

Link for resources:  https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1UJukiLObw98ge6PbHPS0JuZCKil4L2lnO5aAyPmAn-o/edit?usp=sharing

Speakers
avatar for Burt Lo

Burt Lo

Director II, Digital Curriculum & Instructional Technology, Stanislaus County Office of Education
Burt Lo has been a middle school teacher, district instructional technology director, and a county office professional development coordinator. Currently, he is the Director II of Digital Curriculum & Instructional Technology with the Stanislaus County Office of Education. | Bu... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 9:00am - 9:50am
Room R12

9:00am

If You Give a Kid a Camera
Warning: Patience required ahead. Video can transform a lesson into an EduAwesome Adventure. Imagine what happens when you hand a camera to a student? Let them capture what they see and watch as it makes learning even more fun and amazing! Will include samples, experiences, and brainstorming ideas of how to let kids take the proverbial wheel in learning. We will also discuss video tips, tricks, and tools.

Speakers
avatar for Rebekah Remkiewicz

Rebekah Remkiewicz

Facilitator of Learning (Grades 6-8), Gratton Elementary School
Previous technology instructor and EdTech Coach, returning to the classroom at a new school in a new role for the 2016-17 school year. EdTech enthusiast/adventure seeker/facilitator of learning/lifelong learner: Put it all together and you get a journalist turned teacher. My goa... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 9:00am - 9:50am
Room R9

9:00am

WeVideo: Unleash The Power of Creative and Rigorous Learning
WeVideo for Schools is a secure, managed, and collaborative video creation ecosystem. Teachers can assign individual or group projects and track student involvement. Students can use any device – Chromebook/tablet/mobile - to complete the project anywhere. Our session will start with a quick overview of WeVideo, then move into a variety of hands-on activities: you choose the best one for your skill level. Please bring a device running a Chrome browser. Resources: https://goo.gl/Z2q1yk

Speakers
avatar for Greg Gardner

Greg Gardner

Regional Sales Manager, WeVideo Inc
Why learn more about WeVideo? Because video let students add emotion to their personal passion story. It sparks multi-learning and critical thinking. It redefines and transforms learning per the SAMR model. Video can make learning more engaging for a broad spectrum of your 21st C... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 9:00am - 9:50am
Room L6

10:00am

Lessons for the Young Padawan
"Do or do not. There is no try." exclaims Yoda, yet when it comes to leading in change, the choice isn't always clear. Come hear the lessons for Young (Leader) Padawans about supporting change through effective professional development and other supports, including coaching and humor.

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Saturday September 30, 2017 10:00am - 10:50am
Room J6

10:00am

HyperDocs Homerun!
Are you Googley? Googley or not, HyperDocs are a game changer when teaching with technology. It doesn't matter what grade or subject you teach; deliver digital content via a HyperDoc and your students will knock it out of the park. HyperDocs are digital lessons created using the G Suite tools (Google); packaged for students in an engaging, inquiry-based learning style. Because HyperDocs are created using G Suite, they are easily shared and collaborated on via Classroom, Gmail, or in Drive. They are much more than a digital worksheet; the lesson design and content includes collaboration, critical thinking, communication, and creativity, yet delivered in one document. In HyperDocs Homerun!, you will be exploring the possibilities of a HyperDoc, learning the basic lesson design process, and applying that knowledge by being given hands-on work time to create. Resources:   https://goo.gl/FCJWM9 

Speakers
avatar for Kelly Orvick

Kelly Orvick

Instructional Technology Coach, Lodi Unified School District
In my fourth year as a Tech Coach for Lodi Unified School District - taught 6th grade for 16 years. I am passionate about education and technology! Love connecting and sharing with teachers about anything to do with integrating technology that improves the learning environment... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 10:00am - 10:50am
Room L4

10:00am

So You Think You Can Badge: Unpacking the Practical Side of Digital Badging
Logistics matter! Whether you are curious about digital badging, rolling out your own program, or looking to revise your courses, this session will break down myths and mysteries of digital badging for students and professionals. We'll look at issuing platforms, LMS integration, badge design tools, and sharing options. Grow your skill set and digital badge PLN all at once!

Speakers
avatar for Cate Tolnai

Cate Tolnai

Director of Member Engagement, CUE - Inspiring Innovative Learners
Cate Tolnai is a fan of learning, coaching, and connecting. In her fifteenth year in education, she is dedicated to supporting teachers & administrators throughout the state as they initiate and continue their professional learning journeys. She serves as Director on the Capitol... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 10:00am - 10:50am
Room K5

10:00am

Narrative Coding
Look at ways to create units that integrate literature, music, art, and coding.

The resource link for my session is: http://tinyurl.com/NarrativeCoding

Speakers
avatar for Kimber Johnston

Kimber Johnston

K-8 Ed Tech, Prentice School
Kimber is the Educational Technology Manager for The Prentice School, a K-8 school in Orange County, CA for students with learning differences. | She earned her BS in Communication Design from CSU Monterey Bay, and her MEd in Learning Design and Leadership from University of Illi... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 10:00am - 10:50am
Room K3

10:00am

Coding in K2 with Ozobots, BeeBots & More
Come play with Robots! See how Ozobots can be used to learn coding with our youngest learners. You will also see how to integrate these engaging robots into your standards based teaching.

Speakers
avatar for Jessica Block

Jessica Block

Kindergarten Teacher, Westlake Charter
avatar for Katie Sanchez

Katie Sanchez

1st Grade Teacher, Westlake Charter School


Saturday September 30, 2017 10:00am - 10:50am
Room L2

10:00am

No More Boring Student Presentations! Ditch that PowerPoint
Blend technology resources and public speaking rubrics to teach students to jazz up their multimedia presentations. Achieve 100% engagement as students listen to peer presentations and simultaneously provide formative feedback. This can be accomplished via your choice from multiple platforms including but not limited to Google Classroom, Edmodo, Twitter, Celly, etc.

Speakers
avatar for Katherine Goyette

Katherine Goyette

Educational Technology & Interdisciplinary Studies Consultant, Tulare County Office of Education
Katherine Goyette is an Educational Consultant for Technology & Integrated Studies for Tulare County Office of Education. Katherine is a Google Certified Trainer & Google Certified Innovator. Katherine holds professional learning sessions for teachers, coaches, and administrators... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 10:00am - 10:50am
Room J3

10:00am

Creating Book Clubs that are Figuratively Lit and Literally Awesome
Create a shared reading experience where students are in charge of their own learning. With an emphasis on choice, from the book to the assignments, book clubs are the perfect answer to engage students in discussions about books. Using digital tools can not only make this easier, but your students will be able to hit those reading standards on their own terms, increasing engagement all around!

Speakers
avatar for Kristina Allison

Kristina Allison

Language Arts Teacher, Roseville City School District
Language Arts geek. Love finding new ways to trick my students into reading, writing, speaking and listening. Madly in love with Genius Hour and blogging. Take a load off and let's chat. Join me for a pint. :)


Saturday September 30, 2017 10:00am - 10:50am
Room R13

10:00am

Tech Talks: Flip Your Trip
Field trips are research based to support learning and develop 21st Century Skills. This session focuses on how you can leverage your field trips for students to take ownership of their learning using technology. For example, fifth grade students became their own hiking/field guides for their field trip to Angel Island State Park. Through research and expert groups, students designed a Google Slides presentation to educate their peers at each stop along our hike. goo.gl/xLMQDn

Speakers
avatar for Elizabeth  Carr

Elizabeth Carr

Teacher (K-6), Rocklin Unified School District


Saturday September 30, 2017 10:00am - 10:50am
Room K6

10:00am

Sites for Sore Eyes
Are you looking to communicate better with your students and families? Would you like to create learning portfolios to show off student work? What about a blog or Journal? Come and PLAY!!! See how the NEW Google Sites can help you accomplish your classroom goals. Become a web designer in under 10 minutes!

Speakers
avatar for Luke Hibbard

Luke Hibbard

Coordinator of Technology and Professional Development, Stanislaus County Office of Education
Luke Hibbard is the Coordinator for Technology and Professional Development at the Stanislaus County Office of Education. After spending 10 years as a classroom teacher in Empire Union Schools, he transitioned to the county office where he has assisted with tehnology integration... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 10:00am - 10:50am
Room R12

10:00am

Virtual Field Trips
Take your students on fantastic voyages without even leaving your classroom. Expand lessons and enrich learning using simple technology tools and virtual field trips.

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Jamie Manalo

Technology Support Analyst, Twin Rivers Unified School District


Saturday September 30, 2017 10:00am - 10:50am
Room L3

10:00am

Be a Storyteller
Most Administrators do not have a lot of “free” time to tell the story of their own school. But in the absence of information, people create information…and it is usually not positive. The If This Than That service is a great tool to help administrator push information to multiple social media channels by using only one app. During the session administrator will go over a what IFTTT is, how to connect it to other accounts, find or create recipes, build a social media map , and go over how to use social media to change the culture of their school and community.

Speakers
avatar for Joseph Clark

Joseph Clark

Assistant Principal, Roseville City School District
Joseph Clark is an Assistant Principal at Chilton Middle School within the Roseville City School District. He has worked in an affluent charter school, locked youth prison facility, comprehensive high school and in a core-model middle school setting. He also sits on the Board of... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 10:00am - 10:50am
Room R15

10:00am

Ditch that Copier: Appsmash Your Way Toward Paperless
Learn to Ditch That Copier to improve teacher efficiency, save time for more innovative lesson design and build student digital notetaking skills. In this session, learn to Ditch That Copier. Learn to ideas, tips, strategies and tools improve efficiency thus creating more time to design more empowering and innovative lessons. Tools and strategies demonstrated include Google Tools such as Docs, Classroom, Sites, Dualless, Note Anywhere and DocHub. Learn to teach students to use digital tools and strategies that will prepare them to succeed now and in the future.

Speakers
avatar for Adam Juarez

Adam Juarez

6-12 Technology Integration Coach, Cutler-Orosi Joint Unified School District
I am a Technology Coach and World History Teacher at Orosi High School in Orosi, CA. My job is to train teachers and students in Google Suite for Education and to help teachers embed technology into their lessons and units. To this end, I have developed the Cardinal Innovation... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 10:00am - 10:50am
Room J4

10:00am

Primarily Google: Introducing the Google Suite for Little Learners
Even our youngest students can CREATE with the fabulous tools offered by Google! In this introductory-level session, get an overview and see examples of Primary students using Google Docs, MyMaps, Forms, Draw, and Google Classroom! I’ll share tips and tricks for managing All-Things-Google with our littlest learners.

Speakers
avatar for Susan Stewart

Susan Stewart

Instructional Technology Coach, Fowler Unified School District
Susan Stewart is Google Education Innovator and Trainer. She is currently the K-12 Instructional Technology Coach for Fowler Unified School District in Central California. Within her district, Susan has facilitated the implementation of a 1:1 program using Chromebooks and the Goo... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 10:00am - 10:50am
Room L1

10:00am

Using Google Classroom to Meet Common Core State Standards
Give students a place to learn, collaborate, and create by incorporating Google Classroom into your class. Learn how to create assignments, announcements, and questions aligned with Common Core State Standards all within Google Classroom.  Resources:  goo.gl/xFGSh3


Speakers
avatar for Stephanie Dunlap

Stephanie Dunlap

5th Grade Teacher, Plumas Lake Elementary School District


Saturday September 30, 2017 10:00am - 10:50am
Room R17

10:00am

Elementary Makerspaces: Why and How (In that order)
Makerspaces are the hot thing in education. But why even have one? The learning goal is the key. Do you need a space? Or even a budget?

Speakers
avatar for Mark Loundy

Mark Loundy

Instructional Technology Specialist, Cupertino Union School District
Conceived and created an on-site makerspace for K-5 students. Lead exercises to tech design processes to students and teachers. | Incorporating the Maker culture into a STEAM / Project-Based Learning curriculum. | Support and train faculty members in instructional technology... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 10:00am - 10:50am
Room R11

10:00am

Documented Thinking with Screencasts
Wouldn’t you like to document your students’ thinking? Behold as your students refine their thought process and speaking through the magic of screencasts. Hit speaking and listening CCSS in any subject. Then, use your students’ videos to create a class library of mini lessons...yes, your very own Khan Academy!

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Saturday September 30, 2017 10:00am - 10:50am
Room L5

10:00am

Spark Up Some Fun
Adobe Spark is an online AND mobile tool for creating videos, images, and web stories, perfect for every classroom and every curriculum area. Teachers and students can create content shareable through Google Apps, Schoology, Edmodo or any other platform. Participants will be shown the tools, given the basics of aesthetic design and encouraged to create during the session. Lucidpress, Google Drawing, and Canva.

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Saturday September 30, 2017 10:00am - 10:50am
Room K4

10:00am

Manageable Makerspaces & STEAM Integration
Scared that a Makespace will take over your classroom? Worried you’ll spend all of your free time buying supplies? Learn how to incorporate these essential components into your classroom, get awesome kid-tested projects, and learn how to help your students build GRIT!

Speakers
avatar for Whitney Hardcastle

Whitney Hardcastle

2nd Grade Teacher, Gridley Unified School District
avatar for Carrie Wilson

Carrie Wilson

STEM & EdTech Teacher, Wilson Elementary


Saturday September 30, 2017 10:00am - 10:50am
Room J5

10:00am

'Share Your Story'
Students learn to create and produce a digital magazine. From designing to editing, and everything in between!

Speakers
avatar for Lori Kircher

Lori Kircher

4th-5th Grade Combo Gen Ed Teacher, Rocklin Unified School District
Constantly learning, pushing, ... and some pulling along- as I journey through a world of ever-changing education, students, expectations, and production. Fifteen years of classroom experience- but every year feels brand new! :)


Saturday September 30, 2017 10:00am - 10:50am
Room R9

10:00am

Cooking Up the News
In this session, you’ll learn a fool-proof recipe to help students cook up awesome news packages. Using ingredients such as intros, outros, interview sound bites, natural sound, b-roll footage and reporter narration, you’ll be able to create some tasty news reports.  For added fun, bring your own device to experience putting these ingredients together using Wevideo.  You’ll leave this session with a digital news cook book that will help you and your students jump right into the world of news reporting. Whether students are reporting news events or looking for a way to spice up a classroom presentation, knowing how to cook up a news report is a skill all students should have. SECC

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Saturday September 30, 2017 10:00am - 10:50am
Room L6

11:00am

Act Like a GM: Importance of Educational Analytics
Most people do not understand the purpose or the power of using real-time data to drive not only instruction, but an entire school through academics and culture growth. We will take a look at the why and how of spotting trends over time and what do with that information.

Speakers
avatar for Joseph Clark

Joseph Clark

Assistant Principal, Roseville City School District
Joseph Clark is an Assistant Principal at Chilton Middle School within the Roseville City School District. He has worked in an affluent charter school, locked youth prison facility, comprehensive high school and in a core-model middle school setting. He also sits on the Board of... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 11:00am - 11:50am
Room R15

11:00am

Tech Talks: Integrating Tech in 3rd-6th Grade Classroom
This session will highlight examples of how we have integrated tech in our 3rd-6th grade classrooms at our site, Rocklin Elementary. We will provide lesson examples, as well as, discuss how we consider ISTE, the SAMR Model, TPACK, and 21st Century Skills when designing a lesson.

Speakers
avatar for Elizabeth  Carr

Elizabeth Carr

Teacher (K-6), Rocklin Unified School District


Saturday September 30, 2017 11:00am - 11:50am
Room K6

11:00am

Chrome Add-ons and Extensions
Useful Chrome Extensions and add-ons for all educators

Speakers
avatar for Scott Collins

Scott Collins

Assistant Principal, Spring View Middle School
Father of three girls & a boy. Kinda tall. Likes ellipses...



Saturday September 30, 2017 11:00am - 11:50am
Room R13

11:00am

360 Degree Math: Classroom rEVOLUTION
Flip the script in the math class by putting your students center stage with 360 degree math. Learn how you can easily upgrade the learning environment with any given budget. From low budget to baller status, get your students up, performing, solving, and persevering by livening up the environment with whiteboard surfaces, music cues, and visible random groupings. As a bonus, learn how you can use 1 iPad and Airserver to untether yourself from your doc cam and fully mobilize yourself in the classroom. Attendees will experience what it's like teach and learn in a 360 degree math class. They'll also leave with the resources(inventory, implementation, tech integration) to go back to their sites and have their classrooms join the 360 Math revolution.

Speakers
avatar for Thuy Pham

Thuy Pham

6th grade Math, Science, & Video Media, Twin Rivers Unified School District
I am an innovative PBL teacher with over 18 years of teaching experience. I enjoy my 1:1 Google classroom culture where kids are encouraged to be innovative and geeky. I have infused video production across my 6th grade curriculum and help teachers with tech stuff as a district... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 11:00am - 11:50am
Room R17

11:00am

Digital Feedback Loops
Providing feedback to students is hard. Providing feedback digitally can be even harder. Ever want to just print all the work out to be able to write all over student work? This session focuses on the types of feedback a teacher might provide to students and the digital tools that can be used to provide quality feedback without all the hassle.

Speakers
avatar for Roland Aichele

Roland Aichele

Humanities Teacher, Westlake Charter School
avatar for Vasa Lokteff

Vasa Lokteff

Teacher, Westlake Charter School


Saturday September 30, 2017 11:00am - 11:50am
Room K1

11:00am

Break the Walls Down: Redesign learning space virtually and physically
Traditional classroom design is boring. Rethink your classroom to engage and empower students with a modern, relevant physical layout coupled with an interactive virtual learning environment. In this presentation, The Innovation Center: Rethinking the Physical and Virtual Learning Space, learn to transform your classroom. Explore ways to build and blend an engaging space smashing a variety of tech tools. Learn how I used Google Apps such as Drawings, Docs, Slides, Classroom, Calendar, Sites, Forms and more. See how to use these apps in concert with one another to design innovative, empowering lessons as well as automating teacher and student workflow.

Speakers
avatar for Adam Juarez

Adam Juarez

6-12 Technology Integration Coach, Cutler-Orosi Joint Unified School District
I am a Technology Coach and World History Teacher at Orosi High School in Orosi, CA. My job is to train teachers and students in Google Suite for Education and to help teachers embed technology into their lessons and units. To this end, I have developed the Cardinal Innovation... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 11:00am - 11:50am
Room J4

11:00am

Make Your Mark On The World with Google My Maps

Are you looking for a way to bring a real-world, global perspective to Social Studies, ELA, Science & even Math projects and presentations?  Would your students rather read a map or make one?  Did you know that Google maps has an easy way to customize maps with icons, shapes, pictures, text, and links and, of course, collaborate with others?  Teachers and Students can make connections between learning and the real world through maps in way that is impossible to do on paper.  Come have more fun with maps than you'd have expected. Best for 2nd grade and up.

bit.ly/Makeyourmark

Speakers
avatar for Josh Harris

Josh Harris

Director of Educational Technology, Alisal Union School District
Josh Harris has been in public education since 1999. He started in education as an ASL interpreter. From 2000 to 2013 he has worn many different classroom hats, and has taught nearly everything you can teach in a middle school. In October of 2013 he left the classroom to become a... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 11:00am - 11:50am
Room L2

11:00am

Digital Storytelling: Let’s get your students creating in the classroom!
Our students are constantly consuming information, in and out of the classroom. Let’s help them learn to be creators of content and share their stories and creativity with an authentic audience. In this session, we’ll discuss how digital storytelling gives students voice and choice in the classroom. You’ll learn different tools that can be used to help get your students creating content in the classroom tomorrow!

Speakers
avatar for Misty Kluesner

Misty Kluesner

Digital Innovation ToSA, Campbell Union School District
I feel that the future of education is inextricably linked with technology and that the better we can weave the two together for our students, the better prepared they will be as they enter into the world as leaders of the future. This includes the ability to use technology as we... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 11:00am - 11:50am
Room L1

11:00am

Digital Storytelling on ANY Device with Sway
What is Digital Storytelling? Digital Stories are multimedia movies that combine photographs, video, animation, sound, music, text, and often a narrative voice. Digital stories may be used as an expressive medium within the classroom to integrate subject matter with extant knowledge and skills from across the curriculum. Students can work individually or collaboratively to produce their own digital stories. Once completed, these stories are easily be uploaded to the internet and can be made available to an international audience, depending on the topic and purpose of the project.

Speakers
avatar for Lemarr Treadwell

Lemarr Treadwell

Teacher, FUSD
Lemarr Treadwell is an educator, small business owner, and keynote speaker. He has a Masters Degree in Educational Leadership, is an 2017-2018 Microsoft Innovative Educator – Expert & Trainer, CUE Lead Learner and Flipgrid Ambassador. Worked 25+ years with Fellowship of Christi... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 11:00am - 11:50am
Room L3

11:00am

Soar With New Google Sites!
New Google Sites are incredibly user friendly AND so much more than just a place to post your latest thoughts. Soar with New Google Sites! In this session, even the beginners will walk away with at least one New Google Site under construction! Learn how you can deliver project based lessons, units, classroom blogs, student projects, ePortfolios, and even Professional Development all with the New Google Sites.  Resources:  https://sites.google.com/view/soarwithnewsites/home

Speakers
avatar for Kelly Orvick

Kelly Orvick

Instructional Technology Coach, Lodi Unified School District
In my fourth year as a Tech Coach for Lodi Unified School District - taught 6th grade for 16 years. I am passionate about education and technology! Love connecting and sharing with teachers about anything to do with integrating technology that improves the learning environment... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 11:00am - 11:50am
Room L4

11:00am

Playing with Spreadsheets
Be a spreadsheet superhero. Learn to use Google Sheets and Excel for more than just making tables and graphs. Organize and sort data. Learn concatenation (taking students names & ID for bulk email distribution), scripts including Autocrat, Flubaroo, and Doctopus. Get out your computers and come play spreasheets with us.

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Saturday September 30, 2017 11:00am - 11:50am
Room K4

11:00am

Showcase Stellar Student Work Using New Google Sites
There’s no need to print out the work students create on computers! Explore how to maintain digital portfolios and/or have students create their own websites that illustrate their learning. Note: A Google account is needed to use new Google Sites.

Speakers
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Mia Gittlen

K-8 Instructional Technology TOSA, Berkeley Unified School District
Mia is the K-8 Instructional Technology Teacher on Special Assignment for Berkeley Unified School District in Berkeley, CA. For over a decade, she has taught middle and high school in public and independent schools in the Bay Area and Massachusetts.


Saturday September 30, 2017 11:00am - 11:50am
Room R12

11:00am

Chrome is the New Metal
Are you still using Internet Explorer to crowd surf the web? That’s so 1996. It’s time to start headbanging to a new browser and begin creating and sharing like never before. Enter Google Chrome to the stage! This session will take you to the breakdown and cover the basics of Chrome, settings, Chrome extensions and tips. So get your best cut-off sleeve shirt on, get in the pit, and let’s throw down a web-browsing experience taken to a completely refreshing and cloud-based level.

Speakers
avatar for Gregg Eilers

Gregg Eilers

Project Coordinator, Ed. Tech, Stanislaus County Office of Education
Gregg is the Project Coordinator of Ed. Tech in Modesto, CA at the Stanislaus County Office of Education. Previously he worked 15 years for the Modesto City Schools district as a 6th grade classroom teacher. Gregg holds a Masters Degree in Education Media Design and Technology fr... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 11:00am - 11:50am
Room J3

11:00am

Smart Phone App-Smash Fest (featuring Google Geo Tools)
We know that our smart phone cameras are powerful, but find out what happens when you start smashing Google Geo Tools and media apps. Learn how to capture the world around you with 360 images using your smart phone camera and a few choice apps. Add artistic flair and character using app filters, and share them out with inspiring hashtags. The globe isn't flat, and your pictures shouldn't be either!

Speakers
avatar for Cate Tolnai

Cate Tolnai

Director of Member Engagement, CUE - Inspiring Innovative Learners
Cate Tolnai is a fan of learning, coaching, and connecting. In her fifteenth year in education, she is dedicated to supporting teachers & administrators throughout the state as they initiate and continue their professional learning journeys. She serves as Director on the Capitol... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 11:00am - 11:50am
Room K5

11:00am

2 See, Saw, & Do (SeeSaw)
To share the many creative ways if using Seesaw in class (including blogging)

Speakers
avatar for Sissie Lola

Sissie Lola

Teacher, Fremont Unified School District
Since I was in grade school, I had always wanted to be a teacher. Years later and after much personal heartache and change, I got on track at Cal State, Hayward, CA and declared my undergrad major in Liberal Studies (education sector) in 1993. Four years later with a B.A., an M.A... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 11:00am - 11:50am
Room J6

11:00am

Calm in the Classroom
An overview of how to practice mindful teaching and ideas for teaching mindfulness in the classroom. Presentation will include websites, apps and meditation-inspired practices teachers can utilize to encourage mental calmness.

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Saturday September 30, 2017 11:00am - 11:50am
Room J5

11:00am

Empowering Scientists by the Power of Zero and Ones
Turn your classroom into a dynamic and powerful team of scientists and engineers. With the power of simple programs we can harvest and navigate large sets of data and recognize patterns not imaginable just a few years ago. In this workshop we will demonstrate how to collect data such as heat data from thousands of points in the environment, track animal and human behaviors with smart phone apps and build a sensor which can be relay data for up to 12 miles back to your classroom. All of this will allow us to engage in authentic inquiry as scientists as outlined in the practices in the NGSS.We will also quickly highlight how to contribute this data into larger bodies of data of other citizen scientists who are also eager to explain phenomenon across the planet.  Resource link here.


Saturday September 30, 2017 11:00am - 11:50am
Room R9

11:00am

The Magic of 3D Printing
Welcome to the world of 3D printing! In this lightweight introduction to 3D printing, you'll learn what you need to know to design and 3D print your own creations. We'll learn tinkercad, an awesome 3D modeling and printing program.


Saturday September 30, 2017 11:00am - 11:50am
Room R11

12:00pm

Lunch provided by Roxie's Deli
Saturday September 30, 2017 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Cafeteria

1:00pm

Tapigami
What is Tapigami? TAPIGAMI is a contemporary art form created by Sacramento artist Danny Scheible. First attracted to masking tape because of its versatile, accessible, and malleable nature, Danny used the unlikely material to create large-scale installations and create an accessible and interactive art form.

Saturday September 30, 2017 1:00pm - 1:30pm
Cafeteria

1:40pm

Tech Talks: Coding and Robotics to Support the Core
A hands-on exploration of how robotics and coding can extend, enhance, and engage content standards.

Speakers
avatar for Elizabeth  Carr

Elizabeth Carr

Teacher (K-6), Rocklin Unified School District


Saturday September 30, 2017 1:40pm - 2:30pm
Room K6

1:40pm

Quit Playing with your Pixlr
Do you need to edit a photo but your district will not pay for Adobe Photoshop? Need to adjust a few things for the school yearbook? How about adding your head to someone else’s body? Fear not, my friendly, neighborhood educators, the free, online Pixlr Editor will do just that. Come learn how industry professionals (and Brandon) use this free tool to make life fun!

bit.ly/pixlrtips

Speakers
avatar for Brandon Schut

Brandon Schut

Program Coordinator, Educational Technology, Stanislaus County Office of Education
A few people mistake me for a young Ryan Reynolds.


Saturday September 30, 2017 1:40pm - 2:30pm
Room R10

1:40pm

Primarily Google and the Elementary YouTube #k2cantoo
YouTube is an amazing resource for elementary content! Let's explore some best practices and resources for SAFELY using YouTube with young students.


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avatar for Susan Stewart

Susan Stewart

Instructional Technology Coach, Fowler Unified School District
Susan Stewart is Google Education Innovator and Trainer. She is currently the K-12 Instructional Technology Coach for Fowler Unified School District in Central California. Within her district, Susan has facilitated the implementation of a 1:1 program using Chromebooks and the Goo... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 1:40pm - 2:30pm
Room L2

1:40pm

Caught in the Code with Breakout EDU
Come play a fun "escape room" in a box: Breakout EDU. We will use our coding skills to solve puzzles and "break out." No coding experience necessary.

Speakers
avatar for Diane Main

Diane Main

Director of Learning, Innovation and Design (9-12), The Harker School
San Jose Christian School | Teacher & Director of Educational Technology


Saturday September 30, 2017 1:40pm - 2:30pm
Room R9

1:40pm

Break the Walls Down: Reimagine Images
Students love images. Learn to empower students to meet Common Core speaking & listening standards by learning creative ways of taking, creating and sharing images. This session will provide ideas, tips, tools and tricks for breaking down the walls of traditional thinking and methods of using images. Creative and innovative methods addressed include Booksnaps, Sketchnotes, creating animated GIFs as well as digital gallery walks. Learn to leverage tools such as Google Photos, Google Drawings, Google Sites, webcams, scanners, and even the old-fashioned pencil and paper. Initiate academic discussions, enhance reading comprehension and take non-verbal representations to the next level.

Speakers
avatar for Adam Juarez

Adam Juarez

6-12 Technology Integration Coach, Cutler-Orosi Joint Unified School District
I am a Technology Coach and World History Teacher at Orosi High School in Orosi, CA. My job is to train teachers and students in Google Suite for Education and to help teachers embed technology into their lessons and units. To this end, I have developed the Cardinal Innovation... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 1:40pm - 2:30pm
Room J4

1:40pm

Google Apps: The Amazing Race Way

It’s the Amazing Race where students follow clues and solve road block obstacles! Using Google My Maps, Google Forms, Drawing, Docs, and Slides, you can create a collaborative team race by incorporating a different type of pedagogy for teaching rote information in any subject. Make teaching and learning fun, interactive, and exciting!  The world is waiting for you... good luck... travel safe...go (to this session)!  Best for grades 3 and up!  Caution:  Play ahead.  Resources:  tinyurl.com/gaferace




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avatar for Gina Ripley

Gina Ripley

Teacher, Twin Rivers Unified School District
Gina is a 6th grade teacher in North Highlands, CA. She has been teaching since 2000 and embraces all things Googlie teaching in a 1:1 classroom. She serves as Director on the CapCUE Board and is a Google Certified Teacher. #capcuepln #capcuefannypackclub


Saturday September 30, 2017 1:40pm - 2:30pm
Room L1

1:40pm

Google Tools to Book Reviews
Using google tools to take book reviews to a whole new level. Creating online book reviews that incorporate different aspects of G-Suite to engage your students and allow them to show what they have learned about their book. You will learn how to create an online book review and what you can do with these reviews so that you can show off your students amazing work.

Speakers
avatar for Craig Haviland

Craig Haviland

Teacher, Rocklin Unified


Saturday September 30, 2017 1:40pm - 2:30pm
Room J5

1:40pm

The Power of Audio in the Classroom
Incorporate Speaking & Listening Common Core standards, a purpose for revision, and capture learning a student might not be able to demonstrate through traditional assessment by incorporating audio in the classroom. We'll explore the tools available (free and paid) and lesson ideas to begin capturing student voice.

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avatar for Roland Aichele

Roland Aichele

Humanities Teacher, Westlake Charter School


Saturday September 30, 2017 1:40pm - 2:30pm
Room K1

1:40pm

Design Thinking in the Classroom
Cultivate curiosity, creativity, and critical thinking in the classroom by implementing design thinking challenges for your students. Learn how to implement CCSS in a way that empowers students to demonstrate character and citizenship. In this interactive workshop, participate in design thinking processes using strategies that you can use in your classroom the next day. Frameworks and resources will be presented to engage students in empathy, defi nition, ideation, prototyping, and testing.

Speakers
avatar for Katherine Goyette

Katherine Goyette

Educational Technology & Interdisciplinary Studies Consultant, Tulare County Office of Education
Katherine Goyette is an Educational Consultant for Technology & Integrated Studies for Tulare County Office of Education. Katherine is a Google Certified Trainer & Google Certified Innovator. Katherine holds professional learning sessions for teachers, coaches, and administrators... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 1:40pm - 2:30pm
Room J3

1:40pm

Making 45 Second Student Narrated Videos
Students will show their proficiency by making 45 second student narrated videos using key terms from the Standards.

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Saturday September 30, 2017 1:40pm - 2:30pm
Room J6

1:40pm

Digital Storytelling: Developing Effective Communicators
Learn about an eight-step process that will help you and your students become more effective 21st Century communicators. Walk away with access to the tutorial to help you review video editing and a wealth of project ideas for your classroom.  Resrouces:  https://goo.gl/Kqsnch

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avatar for Greg Gardner

Greg Gardner

Regional Sales Manager, WeVideo Inc
Why learn more about WeVideo? Because video let students add emotion to their personal passion story. It sparks multi-learning and critical thinking. It redefines and transforms learning per the SAMR model. Video can make learning more engaging for a broad spectrum of your 21st C... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 1:40pm - 2:30pm
Room R15

1:40pm

How to Love Google Draw in 50 Minutes
Did you know that Google Draw is one of the most underappreciated apps in the entire Google Suite? Come show it some love and learn how Google Draw will become your newest obsession. Learn about its range of uses from how to create classroom activities to how to appsmash. Walk away with basic knowledge of the app, a few drawings, and a new love for Google Draw.

Speakers
avatar for Trisha Sanchez

Trisha Sanchez

Technology Teacher, Natomas Charter School - Leading Edge Academy
Trisha Sanchez is a 7th and 8th grade technology teacher at Natomas Charter School in Sacramento, CA. She has been teaching for over 15 years, K-8, and in that time has taught every content area. She is a Leading Edge Certified Online/Blended Teacher, Google Certified Educator, A... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 1:40pm - 2:30pm
Room L4

1:40pm

Let's Get Creative
Unleash the creativity in your classroom. Learn how to make a stop-motion animation, try out 3D pens and more. Walk away with ideas for a MakerSpace or 20% projects in your classroom.  Resources:  https://goo.gl/R3y7UX

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avatar for Corey Coble

Corey Coble

7th Grade Science Teacher, Dry Creek Joint Elementary School District
Corey has been a teacher for 25 years. Throughout his career, he has always integrated technology into the classroom. Through Project-Based Learning and a Growth Mindset, Corey has developed a memorable classroom that all students enjoy learning in.


Saturday September 30, 2017 1:40pm - 2:30pm
Room K3

1:40pm

Tapigami
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Saturday September 30, 2017 1:40pm - 2:30pm
Cafeteria

1:40pm

Personalizing #Sketch50: Doodles, Noodles, and You!
Explore #Sketch50 -- the 2017 growth mindset movement that brought doodling & sketching to more than 3000 educators and their classrooms worldwide! Learn the science behind sketchnoting and practice with the guidance of the #Sketch50 team. (Tablet or paper/pencil/pens recommended)

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avatar for Misty Kluesner

Misty Kluesner

Digital Innovation ToSA, Campbell Union School District
I feel that the future of education is inextricably linked with technology and that the better we can weave the two together for our students, the better prepared they will be as they enter into the world as leaders of the future. This includes the ability to use technology as we... Read More →
avatar for Cate Tolnai

Cate Tolnai

Director of Member Engagement, CUE - Inspiring Innovative Learners
Cate Tolnai is a fan of learning, coaching, and connecting. In her fifteenth year in education, she is dedicated to supporting teachers & administrators throughout the state as they initiate and continue their professional learning journeys. She serves as Director on the Capitol... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 1:40pm - 2:30pm
Room K5

1:40pm

Wait is this Reality? Playing with VR
Want your own Google Cardboard? Lots will be given away as we explore the world using Google Expeditions. One of the many VR apps now available, you can take your students on a guided virtual field trip to Washington DC, the deep ocean, Mars, or the Pyramids or anywhere in between. Learn how to create your own VR content with apps and 360 cameras and then see those in virtual reality.

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Saturday September 30, 2017 1:40pm - 2:30pm
Room K4

1:40pm

Toy Hacking
Toy Hacking - Dissect, Diagram, Reimagine. As a teacher did you ever consider an old toy as a teaching tool? We will explore what is inside a toy, and make discoveries about their inner parts. We will present a safe lesson for all using screwdrivers and other tools to dissect a toy, explore the mechanisms, circuit boards, computer chips, lights, and wires you find inside. Once you have taken your toy apart and identified your pieces, use your imagination to create a new original toy.

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avatar for Donna Sangwin

Donna Sangwin

Founder and Executive Director, ReCreate
Making possibilities, sparking students passion for learning, maker education, the social value of making in a community.


Saturday September 30, 2017 1:40pm - 2:30pm
Room L5

1:40pm

Digital Storytelling in the K-2 Classroom
Learn how to utilize technology in K-2 classroom to create digital stories. Learn the basics of green screen technology, stop motion animation, and iMovie Book Trailers. This is a hands-on sessions, bring your iPads and laptops.


Saturday September 30, 2017 1:40pm - 2:30pm
Room R11

1:40pm

Back to Pen and Paper: The Bullet Journal system for organization and planning
If you love to journal, draw, organize, or plan, the BulletJournal system is for all skills levels and occupations. A BulletJournal can be a planner, journal, sketchbook, project planner, and tracker all in one. The beauty of the BulletJournal system is you can personalize it for your life and needs. The beauty of the BulletJournal system is how personalizable it is for what you want and what you need. Many ‘teacher planners’ aren’t always accommodating to strange block schedules, rotating meetings, or the long list of things to do as an educator. And not all educators want everything in life to be on Google Calendar. As a teacher, I found myself using a weekly planner, a stack of post its, a different notebook for lesson planning, and I would lose half of it switching between classrooms and going back and forth from home to school. I tried using a digital system but felt limited with what was available. And then I found the BulletJournal system and significantly improved both my workflow and mental health. In this presentation and practice time, I’m here to share with you why you should consider an alternative planner and practice what works for you and your life.

Speakers
avatar for Sarah Gilbert

Sarah Gilbert

Math Teacher, Orion Academy


Saturday September 30, 2017 1:40pm - 2:30pm
Room R12

1:40pm

Computer Science and Engineering & Manufacturing classroom visit.
In this session you will have the opportunity to walk through and visit two classes here at Rocklin High which demonstrate the culmination of a STEM in education. Each of these classes have opened their doors and you will be able visit the classroom, talk with the teacher and see the students in action in both a Computer Science and an Engineering & Manufacturing class. Meet outside of J-2 to start your tour. 

Engineering & Manufacturing You will see students creating with 3D printers and manufacturing with CAD & CAM.

Computer Science You will see students programming Parallax Robots and creating a micro:bit-controlled selfie booth with a Raspberry Pi and Micro:Bit.

Saturday September 30, 2017 1:40pm - 2:30pm
Outside of J2

1:40pm

Planning to Fail- NGSS Engineering with Intermediate Students
Brief introduction to the engineering process and why's of engineering in the upper elementary classroom.  Followed by build time.

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Saturday September 30, 2017 1:40pm - 2:30pm
Room R17

1:40pm

Making Movie Magic with Stop Motion
Learn how to use stop motion animation to add a creative twist to your classroom curriculum. Collaboratively engage your students in hands-on projects that will take their love of a subject to 21 century learning. Apply it to writing, spelling, math, social studies, science, or have fun with it. Students will be so engaged they won’t realize they’re learning. It’s fast and easy for any grade level!

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avatar for Thuy Pham

Thuy Pham

6th grade Math, Science, & Video Media, Twin Rivers Unified School District
I am an innovative PBL teacher with over 18 years of teaching experience. I enjoy my 1:1 Google classroom culture where kids are encouraged to be innovative and geeky. I have infused video production across my 6th grade curriculum and help teachers with tech stuff as a district... Read More →


Saturday September 30, 2017 1:40pm - 2:30pm
Room L6

2:40pm

Raffle and Closing
Saturday September 30, 2017 2:40pm - 3:00pm
Cafeteria

3:00pm

Cap CUE Annual Board Meeting
You're invited to stay and attend the CapCue Annual Board Meeting. 

Speakers
avatar for Roland Aichele

Roland Aichele

Humanities Teacher, Westlake Charter School
avatar for Kristina Allison

Kristina Allison

Language Arts Teacher, Roseville City School District
Language Arts geek. Love finding new ways to trick my students into reading, writing, speaking and listening. Madly in love with Genius Hour and blogging. Take a load off and let's chat. Join me for a pint. :)
avatar for Brian Briggs

Brian Briggs

Director of Innovation and Instructional Technology, Plumas Lake School District
Brian Briggs is the Director of Innovation and Instructional Technology for Plumas Lake Elementary School District.  Brian enjoys working with teachers and students teaching, training and learning alongside them with new and exciting topics in Educational Technology.  He loves the use of coding and robots, and has always been a nut for hands on Science. Brian... Read More →
avatar for John Eick

John Eick

Executive Director, Westlake Charter
John’s first edu-gig was volunteering to direct a high school play. Little did he know that 15 years later he would have been a teacher, a department chair, a vice principal and eventually the proud principal of that same school. During his teaching tenure, he wrote grants to l... Read More →
avatar for Ryan O'Donnell

Ryan O'Donnell

Technology TOSA Rocklin Unified School District
avatar for Gina Ripley

Gina Ripley

Teacher, Twin Rivers Unified School District
Gina is a 6th grade teacher in North Highlands, CA. She has been teaching since 2000 and embraces all things Googlie teaching in a 1:1 classroom. She serves as Director on the CapCUE Board and is a Google Certified Teacher. #capcuepln #capcuefannypackclub


Saturday September 30, 2017 3:00pm - 3:15pm
Cafeteria

3:30pm

5th Session @ Strikes Unlimited
Don't go home!  Meet up with the Cap CUE board for some apps at the Half Time Bar and Grill located inside Strikes Unlimited. 

Saturday September 30, 2017 3:30pm - 5:30pm
Strikes Unlimited 5681 Lonetree Blvd, Rocklin, CA 95765