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Tuesday, November 28
 

6:30pm

Teacher-On-Demand Is Now Possible!
Do you want to learn how to create a "digital You" so that your students who need additional review or who have missed your classes can be provided with instruction as needed? Or have you ever wanted to flip your class so that you can provide your students with instructional videos that can be viewed at home? If you answered "yes" to either of the above questions then this workshop is for you! During this BYOD participants learn how to create screencasts so that students have anytime, anywhere access to instruction creating a 24/7 personalized learning environment! (Presenter(s): Andrea O'Neil, Education Technology Specialist, SAU 15 - Auburn, and Susan Cavanaugh, McKelvie Intermediate School - SAU 25)

Tuesday November 28, 2017 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Robert Frost
 
Wednesday, November 29
 

6:30pm

Explore Virtual Reality via Google Expeditions & Learn Ways to Create
Learn how Google Expeditions can enhance the learning experience by exploring immersive content that can begin with guided Expeditions in the library or classroom and continue through individual student use. Look at how to lead an expedition, what materials are necessary, and where lessons are being curated online. Come explore this fabulous tool and learn how we are connecting it to visual thinking skills and research at the elementary level. I will also share how we are creating our own 360 content from field trips and building social stories within the school. (Presenter(s): Betsy McCombs, School Librarian, Main Street School, Exeter NH SAU 26, and Nina Baillargeon, SAU 16)

Wednesday November 29, 2017 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Hawthorne

6:30pm

What's New in Computer Science Fundamentals from Code.org?
Learn about the new and improved free, online curriculum from Code.org that teaches computer science and coding to elementary students in grades K-5. Get a jumpstart on the Hour of Code this year and take some time to explore the new puzzles, activities and challenges in this improved curriculum. The courses are now aligned by grade level to make integration easier within a school district. Explore how to integrate this into your classroom and school bringing computational thinking and problem solving to all elementary students. Presented by a Code.org facilitator who has been working with elementary students and NH teachers to promote computer science for every student. (Presenter(s): Karen Locke, Technology Integrator/Tech Teacher, Hopkinton School District)

Wednesday November 29, 2017 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Robert Frost