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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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Classroom Connect [clear filter]
Thursday, June 7
 

10:00am

Socrative Space Race for Beginners: Engage, Excite, and Provide Instant Feedback
Limited Capacity seats available

This session is designed for educators not familiar with the Socrative Space Race feature. A space race is a free and engaging formative assessment tool that will provide instant, customized feedback to students. Attendees will first participate in a brief space race to understand the student experience. Then, attendees will be shown the basic steps for setting up their own space race. Finally, attendees will be given time to create their own Socrative quiz so they can launch a space race in their classroom.

All grade levels and content areas are welcome! 

Speakers
avatar for Amanda Howard

Amanda Howard

Math Teacher, Hamilton Southeastern Schools
I'm a math teacher at Fishers High School with 13 years of teaching experience (primarily Algebra 1, Algebra 1 with Enrichment, and some Geometry) and an avid Canvas user.


Thursday June 7, 2018 10:00am - 11:00am
H221

10:00am

What does Computer Science Look Like in the Elementary Classroom?
Limited Capacity seats available

New to computer science? Not sure what computer science looks like in the elementary classroom? This session will provide resources and tips on how to integrate computer science in the elementary classroom. Most times some simple tweaks can take what you are already doing to the computer science level!

Speakers
avatar for Julie Alano

Julie Alano

CS Teacher, Hamilton Southeastern High School
I am a CS teacher at Hamilton Southeastern High School in Fishers, IN. I am also the president of the Indiana CSTA Chapter. I am currently teaching AP CS A, AP CS Principles, Software Development, and Cybersecurity. I am also a facilitator for CSP for code.org. I was a member... Read More →



Thursday June 7, 2018 10:00am - 11:00am
H106

11:15am

Using Canvas Quizzes in a Math Classroom
Limited Capacity seats available

Come see how Canvas quizzes can transform your math classroom into a mastery-learning environment. Attendees will see how a variety of question types can be used to provide instant student feedback, offer students multiple opportunities to demonstrate understanding, and give teachers feedback to help adjust their instruction. Time will be given for attendees to start to develop quizzes of their own. Examples will all be math, but other subject areas are welcome.

Speakers
avatar for Amanda Howard

Amanda Howard

Math Teacher, Hamilton Southeastern Schools
I'm a math teacher at Fishers High School with 13 years of teaching experience (primarily Algebra 1, Algebra 1 with Enrichment, and some Geometry) and an avid Canvas user.


Thursday June 7, 2018 11:15am - 12:15pm
H221

11:15am

Yeah, They Can Do That: Managing & Using Technology in the Primary Classroom
Limited Capacity full

Let’s talk about using iPads in the primary classroom. We’ll look at ways to manage technology and how to use these tools to help increase engadgement and enthusiasm in your students. We’ll take a look at using SeeSaw and other apps to give students a chance to show what they’ve learned, share ideas and collaborate with one another. Hopefully you’ll come away with some ideas that you can use in the classroom immediately as well as some apps you’ll want to download and use as soon as possible.

Speakers
avatar for Wes Dicken

Wes Dicken

Kindergarten Teacher, Noblesville Schools
Tech Junkie and Kindergarten Teacher for Noblesville Schools in a 1-to-1 classroom. Wes uses SeeSaw in his Kindergarten classroom to encourage students to share their thinking and collaborate with one another. He is always looking for new apps geared toward primary students and likes... Read More →


Thursday June 7, 2018 11:15am - 12:15pm
H119

1:15pm

Blended Learning with Scholastic Magazines- Grades K-5
Limited Capacity seats available

Learn how Let’s Find Out, Scholastic News, Storyworks JR, Storyworks, SuperScience and Dynamath are being used in a Blended Learning classroom environment.  View the step-by-step lessons and pacing guides that incorporate the print and digital together, to meet the needs of all your students through Peer-to-Peer, Direct Instruction, Game-Based Learning, Tech Integration, Family Engagement and more.  You will be shown how to create your log-in account and integrate articles, videos, skill sheets, and activities into Google Classroom. You will definitely see how these magazines help your students become engaged, analytic, responsive readers and thinkers.

Speakers
avatar for Jeanine Knize

Jeanine Knize

Scholastic Magazine Account Specialist, Scholastic, Inc.
Jeanine Knize has over 12 years of experience in the Elementary and Secondary classrooms as an educator.  She started at Scholastic to expand on utilizing a variety of educational programs that best fit the needs of students.  Jeanine provides online webinar trainings, district... Read More →


Thursday June 7, 2018 1:15pm - 2:15pm
H227

1:15pm

Students and Google-more than just "Googling" it!
Limited Capacity seats available

Let's dig into the features of Google for students beyond just a Google search. There are many ways for students to engage, collaborate and design within the Google Suite. Walk away with ideas to take right back to your classroom.

Speakers
avatar for Erin Freestone

Erin Freestone

Media Specialist, Noblesville Schools
Erin is a Library Media Specialist in Noblesville Schools. She loves all things books, teaching and tech.


Thursday June 7, 2018 1:15pm - 2:15pm
H127

2:30pm

Blended Learning with Scholastic Magazines- Grades 6-12
Limited Capacity seats available

Learn how Junior Scholastic, Scope, MATH, Science World, Action, Art, Choices and New York Times Upfront are being used in a Blended Learning classroom environment.  View the step-by-step lessons and pacing guides that incorporate the print and digital together, to meet the needs of all your students through Peer-to-Peer, Direct Instruction, Activity-Based Learning, Tech Integration, Family Engagement and more.  You will be shown how to create your log-in account and integrate articles, videos, skill sheets, and activities into Google Classroom. You will definitely see how these magazines help your students become engaged, analytic, responsive readers and thinkers.

Speakers
avatar for Jeanine Knize

Jeanine Knize

Scholastic Magazine Account Specialist, Scholastic, Inc.
Jeanine Knize has over 12 years of experience in the Elementary and Secondary classrooms as an educator.  She started at Scholastic to expand on utilizing a variety of educational programs that best fit the needs of students.  Jeanine provides online webinar trainings, district... Read More →


Thursday June 7, 2018 2:30pm - 3:30pm
H227

2:30pm

Google Keep: More than just digital sticky notes
Limited Capacity full


Google Keep is a great tool for your grocery list but there is SO much more you can do with it! Why not utilize Google Keep as a collaboration tool for students? As a multimedia tool with the ability to add text, images, drawings, and even voice recordings, it's quick & easy to begin using immediately. Come learn ways to use Google Keep with your students and staff and share ideas of how you plan to incorporate into your daily life!



Speakers
avatar for Sherry Gick

Sherry Gick

Director of Innovative Learning, Five Star Technology


Thursday June 7, 2018 2:30pm - 3:30pm
H119
 
Friday, June 8
 

10:00am

Controlling the QR Code Explosion
Limited Capacity seats available

QR codes are great! We love them! But have these friendly little checkered boxes taken over your whiteboards and wall space?
Learn how Canvas LMS can keep you and your K-5 students organized. Participants will learn and practice
- how to post a daily Welcome Message and Agenda
- how to embed favorite collaboration tools like Padlet, Flipgrid, Smore, and ThingLink
- how to use the Discussions feature for book clubs


Speakers
avatar for Kristin Patrick

Kristin Patrick

Technology Integration Coach, Noblesville Schools
Kristin Patrick is a PreK-8 Technology Integration Coach with Noblesville Schools. She also teaches as adjunct faculty within the IUPUI School of Informatics & Computing. Kristin is Immediate Past President of the Indiana State Literacy Association.


Friday June 8, 2018 10:00am - 11:00am
H127

10:00am

Discover Real World Experiences with Scholastic Magazines –Grades K-5
Limited Capacity seats available

Explore Let’s Find Out, Scholastic News, SuperScience and Dynamath Classroom magazines will engage every student with exciting topics that they can’t wait to read! Learn how each grade-appropriate magazine is filled with short, on-level nonfiction that will support your social studies, science, math and reading curriculums and help you meet your robust state standards. See an overview of the complete suite of online teaching tools that instantly engage students with curriculum topics that motivate your students to real world connections.  You will be engaged with topics within these magazines that build student interest, and can apply this knowledge to their own authentic experiences.  Discover how to create your log-in account and integrate articles, videos, skill sheets, and activities into Google Classroom.

Speakers
avatar for Jeanine Knize

Jeanine Knize

Scholastic Magazine Account Specialist, Scholastic, Inc.
Jeanine Knize has over 12 years of experience in the Elementary and Secondary classrooms as an educator.  She started at Scholastic to expand on utilizing a variety of educational programs that best fit the needs of students.  Jeanine provides online webinar trainings, district... Read More →


Friday June 8, 2018 10:00am - 11:00am
H227

10:00am

Why You Should Be Using a Free Online Textbook: A Guide to cK-12 & Canvas
Limited Capacity filling up

In this session, you will learn the advantages of choosing a free online textbook, as well as all of the cool things that cK-12 can do for you within your canvas course! We’ll explore how to choose your cK-12 content, embed adaptive practices from cK-12 into your canvas assignments, and view student data that cK-12 collects for you! This presentation is great for any subject area looking to utilize cK-12 as an online textbook. Please bring your laptop to this session.

Speakers
avatar for Bailey Mann

Bailey Mann

Biology Teacher, Noblesville Schools
We are members of the Biology PLC at Noblesville High School. We’ve been actively co-planning for three years, and are a group composed of mostly new teachers who are excited about integrating technology into our classroom!


Friday June 8, 2018 10:00am - 11:00am
H126

11:15am

Controlling the QR Code Explosion
Limited Capacity filling up

QR codes are great! We love them! But have these friendly little checkered boxes taken over your whiteboards and wall space?
Learn how Canvas LMS can keep you and your K-5 students organized. Participants will learn and practice
- how to post a daily Welcome Message and Agenda
- how to embed favorite collaboration tools like Padlet, Flipgrid, Smore, and ThingLink
- how to use the Discussions feature for book clubs


Speakers
avatar for Kristin Patrick

Kristin Patrick

Technology Integration Coach, Noblesville Schools
Kristin Patrick is a PreK-8 Technology Integration Coach with Noblesville Schools. She also teaches as adjunct faculty within the IUPUI School of Informatics & Computing. Kristin is Immediate Past President of the Indiana State Literacy Association.


Friday June 8, 2018 11:15am - 12:15pm
H127

11:15am

Discover Real World Experiences with Scholastic Magazines –Grades 6-12
Limited Capacity seats available

Explore how Junior Scholastic, Scope, Math, Science World, Action, Art, Choices and New York Times Upfront Classroom magazines will engage every student with exciting topics that they can’t wait to read! Learn how each grade-appropriate magazine is filled with on-level nonfiction that will support your social studies, science, math and reading curriculums and help you meet your robust state standards. See an overview of the complete suite of online teaching tools that instantly engage students with curriculum topics that motivate your students to real world connections.  You will be engaged with topics within these magazines that build student interest, and can apply this knowledge to their own authentic experiences.  Discover how to create your log-in account and integrate articles, videos, skill sheets, and activities into Google Classroom.  

Speakers
avatar for Jeanine Knize

Jeanine Knize

Scholastic Magazine Account Specialist, Scholastic, Inc.
Jeanine Knize has over 12 years of experience in the Elementary and Secondary classrooms as an educator.  She started at Scholastic to expand on utilizing a variety of educational programs that best fit the needs of students.  Jeanine provides online webinar trainings, district... Read More →


Friday June 8, 2018 11:15am - 12:15pm
H227

1:15pm

Elevating your Canvas Course
Limited Capacity full

Come and learn how you can elevate your Canvas course and take it to the next level. We will discuss various LTI's that integrate into your course and make it more engaging for students. We will also dive into cloud assignments and how you can make using Google within Canvas even easier!

Speakers
avatar for Jenna Eastham

Jenna Eastham

Technology Integration Specialist, Liberty-Perry School Corporation
I am the Technology Integration Specialist for Liberty-Perry Schools, which is 1:1 iPads in grades K -12. Prior to this position, I taught Math at the middle school level while also being a building technology coach. I enjoyed the challenge of mixing math with technology and watching... Read More →


Friday June 8, 2018 1:15pm - 2:15pm
H126

1:15pm

Using Scholastic Magazines to Differentiate Instruction Grades K-5
Limited Capacity seats available

Learn how Scholastic Magazines can be used for differentiated instruction to empower your students.  Scholastic News, Storyworks JR, Storyworks, SuperScience, and Dynamath are filled with ways to differentiate your instruction to fit the needs of your students within your classrooms.  You will explore features such as alternate Lexile levels, skill sheets, quizzes, read-a-louds and more that guarantee each student gets the scaffolded support they need to build reading confidence and stamina.  Discover how to create your log-in account and integrate articles, videos, skill sheets, and activities into Google Classroom.  You will review lesson plans and online features that show different ways to implement these differentiation tools.

Speakers
avatar for Jeanine Knize

Jeanine Knize

Scholastic Magazine Account Specialist, Scholastic, Inc.
Jeanine Knize has over 12 years of experience in the Elementary and Secondary classrooms as an educator.  She started at Scholastic to expand on utilizing a variety of educational programs that best fit the needs of students.  Jeanine provides online webinar trainings, district... Read More →


Friday June 8, 2018 1:15pm - 2:15pm
H227

2:30pm

Canvas in the Elementary Classroom
Limited Capacity full

Often you hear that Canvas can't be done in the elementary classroom. In this session we will prove this statement to be wrong, as we share the successes happening in the elementary classroom using Canvas. Come and hear strategies, implementation tools, and actual lessons that use Canvas with grades K-5!

Speakers
avatar for Jenna Eastham

Jenna Eastham

Technology Integration Specialist, Liberty-Perry School Corporation
I am the Technology Integration Specialist for Liberty-Perry Schools, which is 1:1 iPads in grades K -12. Prior to this position, I taught Math at the middle school level while also being a building technology coach. I enjoyed the challenge of mixing math with technology and watching... Read More →


Friday June 8, 2018 2:30pm - 3:30pm
H126

2:30pm

Seesaw - Activities and More!
Limited Capacity full

I'm excited to share the newest feature of Seesaw...Activities! Teachers can easily create and share activities for students to complete in Seesaw. I will show you all the steps for using the grade-level specific activities from the Seesaw library and how to create your own, and share with other teachers!! Participants will start by reviewing the basic uses of Seesaw. We will also explore the various communication methods available. Seesaw is MUCH more than an online digital portfolio! Come join in the fun!

Speakers
NH

Natalie Huber

3rd grade teacher, Noblesville Schools
I have been an elementary teacher for 16 years. I have taught 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade students. I currently teach 3rd grade in Noblesville. I have used Seesaw for 3 years now and am excited to share all the possibilities with other teachers.



Friday June 8, 2018 2:30pm - 3:30pm
H201

2:30pm

Using Scholastic Magazines to Differentiate Instruction Grades 6-12
Limited Capacity seats available

Learn how Scholastic Magazines can be used for differentiated instruction to empower your students.  Scholastic News, Junior Scholastic, Scope, Art, New York Times Upfront, and Action are filled with ways to differentiate your instruction to fit the needs of your students within your classrooms.  You will explore features such as alternate Lexile levels, skill sheets, quizzes, read-a-louds and more that guarantee each student gets the scaffolded support they need to build reading confidence and stamina.  Discover how to create your log-in account and integrate articles, videos, skill sheets, and activities into Google Classroom.  You will review lesson plans and online features that show different ways to implement these differentiation tools.

Speakers
avatar for Jeanine Knize

Jeanine Knize

Scholastic Magazine Account Specialist, Scholastic, Inc.
Jeanine Knize has over 12 years of experience in the Elementary and Secondary classrooms as an educator.  She started at Scholastic to expand on utilizing a variety of educational programs that best fit the needs of students.  Jeanine provides online webinar trainings, district... Read More →


Friday June 8, 2018 2:30pm - 3:30pm
H227