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Please join us for Innovation Exchange, 2018!
Presented by Noblesville Schools & Hamilton Southeastern Schools
June 7th and 8th, 2018
Fishers High School
8:00 am - 3:30 pm
#inexch18

View the daily time schedule here.

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  • All conference attendees will participate in the Keynote sessions in the auditorium, so please be sure to select them to add them to your schedule.
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  • Sessions may have attendance limits, so register early and please release your seat if you are unable to attend or choose a different session.
  • All events will be held at Fishers High School.  Enter campus from the Promise Road entrance (look for the brown house).  Enter the building using door FH19.
  • PGP points will be awarded for both days.
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120-minute Make n’ Take Learnshop [clear filter]
Thursday, June 7
 

10:00am EDT

#GoOpen w/ Digital Lesson Design
Limited Capacity seats available

Have you gone 1:1 and don't know the next steps or how you can embrace and embed technology to ensure that it is truly transformational on teaching and learning? In this session, you will see, find, create, and curate Open Educational Resources (OERs) including Hyperdocs. Effective use of OER resources requires connections to standards and assessments, something that textbooks traditionally integrated for teachers. This session will also demonstrate and allow you to learn strategies and resources for turning OER content into curriculum through best practices in digital lesson design. Lastly, you will explore rubrics for evaluating digital content.

Speakers
avatar for Duke Lines

Duke Lines

Technology/Instructional Coach, CIESC
Duke Lines is the Innovation Learning Specialist for CIESC. Before joining the CIESC professional learning team, Duke served as a teacher, PLC leader, instructional coach, dean of students, and administrator. He is a Certified Google Educator & Trainer and who is focused on being... Read More →


Thursday June 7, 2018 10:00am - 11:00am EDT
H105

10:00am EDT

Balancing Text & Tech
Limited Capacity seats available

Are you struggling to find a balance between text and tech?  It doesn’t have to be one or the other!  Let’s explore ways technology can differentiate, engage, extend, and even transform traditional literacy practices in K-3 classrooms.  In this "make n’ take learnshop", you will dabble in easy-to-use technology tools proven to work across varied devices and platforms.  Come master the tech-text balancing act when designing literacy centers, mini lessons, guided reading, and student-driven inquiry projects.  

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Tara Kingsley

Dr. Tara Kingsley

Associate Professor, IU Kokomo
Dr. Tara Kingsley has been in education for 17 years and is currently an Associate Professor and educational consultant. She is a leader in the use of technology to support both literacy and deeper levels of learning. She has created numerous professional development workshops and... Read More →



Thursday June 7, 2018 10:00am - 12:15pm EDT
H112

10:00am EDT

Not Another Needle in a Haystack
Limited Capacity seats available

Open Educational Resources (OER) are freely available educational materials that can be downloaded, edited, and shared. They can take many different forms, from individual lesson plans and activities to full textbooks and curricula. Finding these resources can often feel like searching for a needle in a haystack. Join this session to explore a curated list of OER, apply at least one resource to a lesson plan, and customize the content for your students.

Speakers
avatar for Kristina Ishmael

Kristina Ishmael

Director of Primary & Secondary Education, Open Educational Global
Kristina Ishmael is the director of primary and secondary education at Open Education Global where she is leading the development of a comprehensive effort to build global networks, infrastructure, and practices to support open education around the world. Before joining OEG, Ishmael... Read More →


Thursday June 7, 2018 10:00am - 12:15pm EDT
H126

10:00am EDT

Working With High Risk Students & Families - ASCA
Limited Capacity full

Students come to us with personal stories that often interfere with their academic achievement, behavior, attendance, and ultimately their capacity to participate fully in a quality educational experience. This workshop provides an overview of the many factors that put students at risk like brain chemistry, environment, trauma, and social culture. Learn about a variety of practices that can help mediate those factors such as trauma-informed practice, understanding privilege/oppression, building resiliency, and mindfulness. Additionally, walk away with specific techniques for working with these students in individual counseling sessions. 

Speakers
KG

Karen Griffith

School Counselor, Retired; Assistant Professor, Retired, ASCA Trainer, University of Georgia, ASCA
Karen Griffith, Ph.D., LPC, is a Professional School Counselor, retired, with 35 years in public education and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Counseling and Human Development Services at the University of Georgia. She authored several books, conducts trainings around... Read More →


Thursday June 7, 2018 10:00am - 3:30pm EDT
H130
 
Friday, June 8
 

10:00am EDT

Restorative Practices
Limited Capacity filling up

This session will engage learners in understanding what Restorative Practices are by asking them to compare restorative discipline to the discipline strategies they currently employ. They will understand the basic restorative practices involved in this model and they will experience several strategies in a participatory and interactive way. Participants will emerge with a clear picture of what restorative environments may look, feel, and sound like and will have several restorative techniques to try right away.

Speakers
KH

Kristina Hulvershorn

Director of Restorative and Humane Programs, Peace Learning Center
Kristina Hulvershorn, M.Ed is the Director of Restorative and Humane Programs at Peace Learning Center in Indianapolis, Indiana. She started her career as a teacher and now works as a restorative practitioner and trainer in various local schools, specializing in social emotional learning... Read More →


Friday June 8, 2018 10:00am - 12:15pm EDT
H105

10:00am EDT

School Counseling: Basics and Beyond
Limited Capacity seats available

This session will provide an update on current research, strategies, and practices in the field. Are you wondering about how to build evidence-based school counseling programs or how to ensure school counselors are embedded in systems of support you provide for students? Come and learn some of the ways to enhance your school counseling practices and increase the effectiveness of your program.

Speakers
avatar for Brandie Oliver

Brandie Oliver

Interim Director, School Counseling Program and Associate Professor, College of Education, Butler University
Brandie Oliver is an Associate Professor at Butler University teaching in the Graduate School Counseling Program. Before Dr. Oliver’s current role, she worked most recently as a middle school counselor but also has experience at the elementary and high school levels. Brandie sees... Read More →


Friday June 8, 2018 10:00am - 12:15pm EDT
H119

1:15pm EDT

What Not to Wear:  Dress Your eLearning for Success
Limited Capacity seats available

As teachers are asked to create more digital content for students, a new educator skillset emerges: DESIGN. (And no, we aren’t talking about your wardrobe.) Join eLearning Design-ista Michele Eaton as she helps attendees move their online designs from drab to fab. Participants will learn some research-based tips and tricks to think like an instructional designer while avoiding some common design faux pas. Upgrade your eLearning design wardrobe as you complete design challenges and add some staple pieces to your collection.

Speakers
avatar for Michele Eaton

Michele Eaton

Director of Virtual and Blended Learning, MSD of Wayne Township
Michele Eaton is the Director of Virtual and Blended Learning for the M.S.D. of Wayne Township in Indianapolis, Indiana and author of the book The Perfect Blend. She focuses on staff and course development for Achieve Virtual Education Academy and provides leadership for the district's... Read More →


Friday June 8, 2018 1:15pm - 3:30pm EDT
H136

1:15pm EDT

Restorative Practices
Limited Capacity filling up

This session will engage learners in understanding what Restorative Practices are by asking them to compare restorative discipline to the discipline strategies they currently employ. They will understand the basic restorative practices involved in this model and they will experience several strategies in a participatory and interactive way. Participants will emerge with a clear picture of what restorative environments may look, feel, and sound like and will have several restorative techniques to try right away.

Speakers
KH

Kristina Hulvershorn

Director of Restorative and Humane Programs, Peace Learning Center
Kristina Hulvershorn, M.Ed is the Director of Restorative and Humane Programs at Peace Learning Center in Indianapolis, Indiana. She started her career as a teacher and now works as a restorative practitioner and trainer in various local schools, specializing in social emotional learning... Read More →


Friday June 8, 2018 1:15pm - 3:30pm EDT
H105

1:15pm EDT

The School Counselor’s ‘Skeleton Key’ to Effective Group Work
Limited Capacity seats available

This session offers school counselors the necessary tools to conduct impactful group work in the school setting, including: 1) needs assessment, 2) calendar, 3) lesson plans, 4) results assessments, and 5) results reporting strategies. Sample group activities and lesson plans will be shared and participants will receive related handouts. Participants can take away practical “put into action” considerations for implementing various small groups and for facilitating effective group work.

Speakers
avatar for Brandie Oliver

Brandie Oliver

Interim Director, School Counseling Program and Associate Professor, College of Education, Butler University
Brandie Oliver is an Associate Professor at Butler University teaching in the Graduate School Counseling Program. Before Dr. Oliver’s current role, she worked most recently as a middle school counselor but also has experience at the elementary and high school levels. Brandie sees... Read More →


Friday June 8, 2018 1:15pm - 3:30pm EDT
H119