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Monday, November 7
 

8:30am CST

The Attention Switch
With advertising, social media, and constant notifications, it's harder than ever to maintain attention -- especially in the classroom. How can we keep student attention, and engage them in meaningful learning? It's all about the Attention Switch in our students' brains. In this session, you'll learn what keeps students connected, and you'll feel inspired to create learning that students will love. This speech features unexpected twists and lots of fun, looking at now-defunct social media platforms, Pinterest fails, YouTube trends, and more. You'll walk away with some practical, concrete steps and ideas for engaging students as well as big-picture ideas that can shape your instruction.

Speakers
avatar for Matt Miller

Matt Miller

Matt Miller has been infusing technology and innovative teaching methods into his classroom for more than 10 years. After trying to do the traditional “teach by the textbook” for a few years, he launched into a textbook-less path where learning activities were often custom-produced... Read More →


Monday November 7, 2022 8:30am - 9:30am CST
Crystal 3 & 4 Younes Conference Center

9:30am CST

Exhibitor Break
Visit the Exhibitors in the Exhibit Hall

Monday November 7, 2022 9:30am - 10:00am CST
Crystal 1 & 2 Younes Conference Center

9:30am CST

Esports with Ease
Esports isn't the NEXT big thing...it already is THE big thing. Talk to some experienced coaches and their players to learn more about esports and how you can get it started at your school


Monday November 7, 2022 9:30am - 10:00am CST
Crystal 1 & 2 Younes Conference Center

9:30am CST

Making a Maker Space
Do you want to start a maker space in your school? This session will help you understand every step of designing, funding, and creating an innovative learning space where students are empowered to create, collaborate, and use critical thinking skills. Examples, ideas, tips, and tricks will be shared so you can start creating your maker space immediately.

Speakers
avatar for Stephanie Dannehl

Stephanie Dannehl

High Ability Learner Instructor, ESU 11


Monday November 7, 2022 9:30am - 10:00am CST
Crystal 1 & 2 Younes Conference Center

9:30am CST

Seesaw
This presentation focuses on using the Seesaw application and website in lower elementary. Through this presentation, educators will learn how to search and assign activities that align to the core curriculum. Educators will also learn about other tools available through the application such as the camera, microphone, and messaging tools, and be given ways to incorporate them into daily instruction.


Monday November 7, 2022 9:30am - 10:00am CST
Crystal 1 & 2 Younes Conference Center

9:30am CST

Streamline Your Note Taking - Rocketbook Implementation
Sometimes using old fashioned writing is the best way to get jobs done. Using rocketbooks helps to streamline the process of digitizing your handwritten work. No more taking pictures, emailing to yourself, and saving to drive etc. Mark your destination choice (with a pen), open app, snap picture - automatically uploaded. Erase or wipe clean to reuse pages as needed. Science journals, tech notes, etc. will be demonstrated. Google Slides Handouts: https://bit.ly/NEFETCrocektbook

Speakers
avatar for Darci Lindgren

Darci Lindgren

Tech Coordinator/Secretary, Lindsay Holy Family/NETA
Technology Coordinator for Lindsay Holy Family School, NETA secretary, DigCit enthusiast


Monday November 7, 2022 9:30am - 10:00am CST
Crystal 1 & 2 Younes Conference Center

10:00am CST

8 Techy Ways to Make Class UNFORGETTABLE
If class is forgettable, how do we expect students to learn? In Matt Miller's book, Tech Like a Pirate, he shares 8 ways to make class a memorable learning experience with tech. You'll leave with concrete ideas to use right away -- and a process for coming up with your own. Engage your students. Supercharge learning. And enjoy the process!

Speakers
avatar for Matt Miller

Matt Miller

Matt Miller has been infusing technology and innovative teaching methods into his classroom for more than 10 years. After trying to do the traditional “teach by the textbook” for a few years, he launched into a textbook-less path where learning activities were often custom-produced... Read More →


Monday November 7, 2022 10:00am - 10:45am CST
Diamond 5 Younes Conference Center
  Featured

10:00am CST

Approval Process for Digital Resources
Learn how to establish an efficient and effective process for approving digital resources that are safe to use in the classroom.



Monday November 7, 2022 10:00am - 10:45am CST
Diamond 3 Younes Conference Center

10:00am CST

Flexing Your Technology Muscles
Do you need to exercise your technology muscles? This session will demonstrate simple yet effective ways to integrate both plugged and unplugged technology activities into your daily routine. Session attendees will leave with 10 different activities and each “exercise” will show ways to adapt for an elementary classroom, middle school, or high school classroom. Get ready to flex those technology muscles!

Speakers

Monday November 7, 2022 10:00am - 10:45am CST
Diamond 1 Younes Conference Center

10:00am CST

Next-Level CANVAS (LMS): A One-Stop Shop for Every Classroom
If you are new to Canvas or just want some fresh ideas for using this powerful LMS to its full potential, this workshop-style presentation will provide student-friendly options for formatting your classes; easy-to-implement assignments, strategies, & techniques for teaching (face-to-face and blended) and fun SEL ideas to support and challenge students with minimal frustration. You will leave this interactive session with a full toolbox you can implement the very next day!

Want the Slide Deck for my presentation?  Access my profile and click on my website.

Speakers
avatar for Christopher Knoell

Christopher Knoell

Professor, Teacher Education, University of Nebraska Kearney
Dr. Christopher M. Knoell has been an online and face-to-face instructor for pre-service and in-service teachers at the University of Nebraska Kearney for over 15 years.  Prior to his work in Teacher Education, Dr. Knoell served 10 years as an innovative and student-centered elementary... Read More →


Monday November 7, 2022 10:00am - 10:45am CST
Diamond 7 Younes Conference Center

10:00am CST

Ripple Effect Ed: Higher Ed Impact Now for Impact Later on Student Achievement
Do you currently teach or want to teach in Higher Education? Learn instructional strategies that positively impact student learning in Teacher Education courses that prepare teachers for success in the classroom on Day 1. Engage in the gradual release of responsibility model with application of how to embed these strategies into higher education, and apply them in a way to positively impact pre-teacher learning as they become teachers of students.

Speakers

Monday November 7, 2022 10:00am - 10:45am CST
Diamond 8 Younes Conference Center

10:00am CST

SEL in the Digital Life of Middle & High School Students
Join us as we explore activities to support the social and emotional well-being of middle and high school students who are navigating the challenges and opportunities of the digital world. We'll highlight lessons that focus on self-awareness, self-management, responsible decision-making, relationship skills, and social awareness. You'll leave with resources to help you lead meaningful conversations with students about working through the challenges that come with living in an ever-connected world.

Speakers
avatar for Common Sense Education

Common Sense Education

Common Sense Education
Common Sense is the nation's leading nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of educators, kids, and families by providing trustworthy information, education, and the independent voice they need to thrive in the 21st century, empowering them to harness the power of... Read More →



Monday November 7, 2022 10:00am - 10:45am CST
Diamond 2 Younes Conference Center

10:00am CST

Student Portfolios Come to Life with Google Sites
This session will look at a classroom experience of creating project-based portfolio assessments with Google Sites. Our goal is to share student success that might be replicated and extended in other classrooms. The best practices of reflection and portfolio analysis writing extend into different and unexpected forms using transformative technology for creation. The session will share project examples and directions for teachers to modify and use in their own classrooms.

Speakers

Monday November 7, 2022 10:00am - 10:45am CST
Diamond 4 Younes Conference Center

10:00am CST

The Cyber Incident Contact Cheat Sheet
Oh no, our website has been defaced!

Oh no, our business manager transferred funds to a fraudulent account!

Oh no, our computers have been locked and the attackers are seeking a ransom!

Oh no, our Internet appears to have gone down as soon as testing began!



With our ever increasing reliance on the Internet to operate on a daily basis, when an unexpected cyber incident occurs we can easily be left with no idea what to do next. Fortunately, there are a lot of people and agencies available to help you with the unexpected. This session aims to give you a template for that next step. You’ll receive contacts to those who can help and when to contact them. You’ll receive links to submission websites to report to the appropriate authorities. And you’ll take away a working template that just needs to be customized for your district.

The presentation can be found at: https://url.nnnc.org/fall-neta-22-cyber-contact-presentation

Speakers
avatar for Andy Boell

Andy Boell

Technology Analyst, Northeast Nebraska Network Consortium
I have been a Technology Analyst with the NNNC since 2015. My job duties involve network security, distance learning and single sign on for the 85 school districts in my service area. I have orchestrated group purchasing deals with PRTG, dmarcian and ClassLink. I am formally the... Read More →


Monday November 7, 2022 10:00am - 10:45am CST
Diamond 6 Younes Conference Center

11:00am CST

EfficienTEACH: Teach Better and Save Time for What Matters Most
Teachers are leaving the education field in droves. Really, really good teachers. Maybe you're considering it. How can you do your best work -- and get home at a reasonable hour for the important stuff? The answer: EffiicenTEACHing. This session outlines research-backed, brain-based teaching practices you can use in class tomorrow to save time AND teach better. Most are low-prep or no prep. They'll level up your teaching and get you home faster at night. This session will also connect you with Ditch That Textbook's free, community-driven, comprehensive EfficienTEACH project with a growing database of research-based teaching strategies that save time and level up teaching.

Speakers
avatar for Matt Miller

Matt Miller

Matt Miller has been infusing technology and innovative teaching methods into his classroom for more than 10 years. After trying to do the traditional “teach by the textbook” for a few years, he launched into a textbook-less path where learning activities were often custom-produced... Read More →


Monday November 7, 2022 11:00am - 11:45am CST
Diamond 5 Younes Conference Center
  Featured

11:00am CST

Computer Science for ALL!!
Computer science can be supplemented across every course, not just in the computer science classroom! I will share resources, sites, and personal experiences for kick-starting a computer science program for middle school students. From plugged to unplugged activities, learn how to engage students and increase equity for all learners in this growing career field. Leave with a toolbox of resources to implement computer science as an enhancement to your curriculum.

Speakers

Monday November 7, 2022 11:00am - 11:45am CST
Diamond 7 Younes Conference Center

11:00am CST

Cyber Security: Plenty of Phish in the Sea
Nebraska school districts have been successfully targeted by attackers and attempted attacks are all around us every day. ESUs are working together to support and provide technical resources, software, and expertise to harden and protect school technology and data. Learn what resources are available to you and the next steps you should take to improve your district's security preparedness.

The presentation is available at: 
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1zmImSdLIyw8xkwRnaINF3H_I2V79Uh9XocTaqLmEWds/edit#slide=id.p

Speakers
SI

Scott Isaacson

Technology Director, ESUCC
avatar for Andy Boell

Andy Boell

Technology Analyst, Northeast Nebraska Network Consortium
I have been a Technology Analyst with the NNNC since 2015. My job duties involve network security, distance learning and single sign on for the 85 school districts in my service area. I have orchestrated group purchasing deals with PRTG, dmarcian and ClassLink. I am formally the... Read More →



Monday November 7, 2022 11:00am - 11:45am CST
Diamond 6 Younes Conference Center

11:00am CST

Don’t Just Punish: Building Skills following Social Media Infractions
Suspending students for social media issues? When poor decisions cause disruptions, administrators have to take disciplinary action, often without the opportunity to address the specific issue. Learn how to teach students authentic digital citizenship, engage students in authentic social media production, and experience positive outcomes and repaired relationships.

Speakers
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Scott Axt

Principal, Seward High School
avatar for Jill Johnson

Jill Johnson

President, Class Intercom


Monday November 7, 2022 11:00am - 11:45am CST
Diamond 2 Younes Conference Center

11:00am CST

Google GEMS Galore
Let's dig a little deeper into some of the hidden gems and updated or new features of Google tools you never knew or maybe just haven't used. You will leave with ideas, resources and templates to implement and share.

Resources can be found here: 

bit.ly/callihanneta



Speakers
avatar for Heather Callihan

Heather Callihan

Tech Integration, Northwest Public Schools
Heather Callihan is the Technology Integration Specialist for Northwest Public Schools in Grand Island, Ne. Heather is currently the NETA Board president (@YourNETA), Common Sense Certified Educator and Ambassador. Heather has a passion for integrating technology in education. She... Read More →



Monday November 7, 2022 11:00am - 11:45am CST
Diamond 4 Younes Conference Center

11:00am CST

If You Give Teachers Technology, They will Probably Want Some More
You have the technology, now what? This session will show how to use Pear Deck, Novel Effect, Flipgrid, etc to make your classroom into an interactive classroom.


Monday November 7, 2022 11:00am - 11:45am CST
Diamond 1 Younes Conference Center

11:00am CST

Make Digital Learning Work with Security, Access, and Engagement Data
Schools need help overcoming digital learning challenges so students can access learning from anywhere, and schools can measure engagement at every level. Analytics: provides essential usage data to measure engagement and make informed purchasing and PD decisions. Access: empowers millions of students and staff with instant access to 6,000+ SSO apps Identity Management: Roster Server and OneSync make rostering and provisioning fast, easy and secure. MFA included.

Speakers

Monday November 7, 2022 11:00am - 11:45am CST
Diamond 8 Younes Conference Center

11:45am CST

Exhibitor Break
Visit the Exhibitors in the Exhibit Hall

Monday November 7, 2022 11:45am - 12:30pm CST
Crystal 1 & 2 Younes Conference Center

11:45am CST

Lunch
Lunch

Monday November 7, 2022 11:45am - 12:30pm CST
Crystal 3 & 4 Younes Conference Center

12:30pm CST

Connect with the World – Live! Nebraska-Based Virtual Field Trips
Did you know that there are over 150 Nebraska-based virtual learning experiences available to K-12 students? Join us for a session that will model how you can connect your learners with experts, artifacts, musicians, historians, landmarks, animals, and more as participants get to be a part of a VFT first-hand.


Monday November 7, 2022 12:30pm - 1:15pm CST
Diamond 6 Younes Conference Center

12:30pm CST

Eduprotocols 101: Get Started with Low Prep, High Return Thinking Tasks
What teacher doesn't want to save themselves time and teach better? It's finding those low-prep, high-return activities that we can use right away that can be challenging. That's where EduProtocols come in. EduProtocols are a series of lesson frames that are easy to adapt to any subject or grade. In this session, Eduprotocols will be modeled, then teachers will walk away with lesson frames to help students collaborate, create, critically think, and communicate.


Monday November 7, 2022 12:30pm - 1:15pm CST
Diamond 5 Younes Conference Center

12:30pm CST

Generation Alpha: Mental Health and the Price of Social Media
With technology infused into their lives since infancy, Generation Alpha doesn’t know how to live without it. They are continually exposed to a wealth of information and online content far before their emotions are prepared to handle it. This session will discuss the characteristics that make up this complex generation, and describe ways that adults can help them become critical thinkers and good digital citizens

Speakers
avatar for Jody Bauer

Jody Bauer

Technology Curriculum Consultant, Educational Service Unit 11
As a former 2nd grade and 6th grade teacher, I was very passionate about using technology in my classroom. That led me to my current position at ESU 11. I wanted to help teachers embrace the use of technology to help prepare students for the future.
avatar for Kate Hatch

Kate Hatch

Staff Development Director, Educational Service Unit 11



Monday November 7, 2022 12:30pm - 1:15pm CST
Diamond 7 Younes Conference Center

12:30pm CST

Next-Level Google Classroom: A One-Stop Shop
If you are new to GoogleClassroom or just want some fresh ideas for using this powerful LMS to its full potential, this workshop-style presentation will provide student-friendly options for formatting your classes; easy-to-implement assignments, strategies, & techniques for teaching (face-to-face and blended) and fun SEL ideas to support and challenge students with minimal frustration. You will leave this interactive session with a full toolbox you can implement the very next day!


Want the Slide Deck for my presentation?  Access my profile and click on my website.

Speakers
avatar for Christopher Knoell

Christopher Knoell

Professor, Teacher Education, University of Nebraska Kearney
Dr. Christopher M. Knoell has been an online and face-to-face instructor for pre-service and in-service teachers at the University of Nebraska Kearney for over 15 years.  Prior to his work in Teacher Education, Dr. Knoell served 10 years as an innovative and student-centered elementary... Read More →


Monday November 7, 2022 12:30pm - 1:15pm CST
Diamond 4 Younes Conference Center

12:30pm CST

Not Your Average YouTube Channel
Nigel the Math Explorer, Bobby Jo Fry the Math Guy, and Kevin the Monkey have shaped my classroom, and YouTube channel, into a one of a kind experience for my students. For the past 10 years I’ve run a successful YouTube channel and I’m excited to share with everyone the tricks of the trade. Discover how to create, manage, and reach the maximum potential of YouTube in your classroom. This is suitable for novice to experienced YouTubers and adaptable to any level of education.

Speakers
avatar for Scott Phillips

Scott Phillips

Aurora Public Schools
I'm the proud father of three beautiful girls and have been teaching 7th grade math at Aurora Middle School for the past 13 years.  I enjoy breaking the mold of a classic math classroom in a variety of ways included flipped instruction, my own personal YouTube channel, and classroom... Read More →



Monday November 7, 2022 12:30pm - 1:15pm CST
Diamond 1 Younes Conference Center

12:30pm CST

Promoting Civil Discourse in Digital Learning Platforms
Many children don’t know how to communicate appropriately online. Students need safe and moderated places to practice interacting with civility. Join us as we help prepare educators to utilize edtech tools to help their students communicate online with respect and empathy, value others' perspectives, and receive and provide feedback. We’ll share best practices that’ll empower you to turn on those communication settings in edtech tools such as Seesaw, Flipgrid, and more.

Speakers
avatar for Common Sense Education

Common Sense Education

Common Sense Education
Common Sense is the nation's leading nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of educators, kids, and families by providing trustworthy information, education, and the independent voice they need to thrive in the 21st century, empowering them to harness the power of... Read More →



Monday November 7, 2022 12:30pm - 1:15pm CST
Diamond 2 Younes Conference Center

12:30pm CST

So, Your District is Building or Renovating? What to Consider!
Join in on this conversation focused on all things construction. As technology and facilities continually converge, hear what other districts are doing with their architects with technology and construction. This is an interactive session meant for audience participation. Topics to Include: -Audio Visual -Networking -Wireless -Building systems (intercom/paging, bells, clocks, emergency notifications) -Security Cameras -Access Control -HVAC Connectivity -Digital Signage -VoIP Phones

Speakers
avatar for Lucas Bingham

Lucas Bingham

Director of Information Technology, Papillion La Vista Community Schools


Monday November 7, 2022 12:30pm - 1:15pm CST
Diamond 3 Younes Conference Center

12:30pm CST

Technology is for Everyone, Advancing the Mission of Your Institution through Technology
Understanding what technology is for everyone in your building. Helping all those in your building and community become aware that technology is what is new to you and others, and help them feel confident with advancing the mission of the institution through technology.


Monday November 7, 2022 12:30pm - 1:15pm CST
Diamond 8 Younes Conference Center

1:30pm CST

ConnectEd Nebraska: Wireless Internet for Nebraska Students
In July 2021, Nebraska became the second state in the US to bring the eduroam global wireless service to K-12 schools. ConnectEd Nebraska is a partnership between state agencies and the ESUs/ESUCC, and has the potential to simplify internet access for staff and students across the state. Learn what eduroam is, the benefits it brings to our teachers and students, and hear from several entities that have deployed eduroam within their organizations.

Speakers
avatar for Brett Bieber

Brett Bieber

Assistant Vice President, IT Client Services, University of Nebraska
avatar for Ron Cone

Ron Cone

Network and Information Services Director, Educational Service Unit 10
Coordinating network infrastructure and learning resources for schools.


Monday November 7, 2022 1:30pm - 2:15pm CST
Diamond 3 Younes Conference Center

1:30pm CST

Culture: If You Build it, They will Learn!
Implementing and maintaining a culture can be a yearly struggle for any educator. Learn how to involve parents, get students to buy in, and remain positive throughout the entirety of the school year. Culture is not a one time activity and when it’s the primary focus of a classroom you’ll be amazed at how much you’ll be able to accomplish regarding the content you teach. Walk away empowered from this presentation with a fresh perspective on culture and a renewed purpose in your educational journey.

Speakers
avatar for Scott Phillips

Scott Phillips

Aurora Public Schools
I'm the proud father of three beautiful girls and have been teaching 7th grade math at Aurora Middle School for the past 13 years.  I enjoy breaking the mold of a classic math classroom in a variety of ways included flipped instruction, my own personal YouTube channel, and classroom... Read More →



Monday November 7, 2022 1:30pm - 2:15pm CST
Diamond 1 Younes Conference Center

1:30pm CST

Empowered to Choose: How to Lead Learner-Driven Learning
Designing student-centered learning experiences can feel overwhelming when learners are not accustomed to being responsible and empowered to lead. In this session, we explore how to teach students to become learners who are capable of utilizing technology and personalized strategies to be both at the center and in the driver's seat of their own experience.

Speakers

Monday November 7, 2022 1:30pm - 2:15pm CST
Diamond 6 Younes Conference Center

1:30pm CST

Movies and Gif's with Google Slides
Stop Motion animation is a fun way to make students excited about your subject. Students could recreate a scene from a book, from history, or from their favorite sport. Explore how to set up a scene, create characters, and bring them to life with google slides.  Sharing finished projects as a web link or a gif is simpler than ever! Come and be creative with us, and leave with your own personally created cartoon, all with totally free google tools.

Google Slides Handouts: https://bit.ly/GoogleStopMotion



Speakers
avatar for Darci Lindgren

Darci Lindgren

Tech Coordinator/Secretary, Lindsay Holy Family/NETA
Technology Coordinator for Lindsay Holy Family School, NETA secretary, DigCit enthusiast


Monday November 7, 2022 1:30pm - 2:15pm CST
Diamond 4 Younes Conference Center

1:30pm CST

Reading and Writing in the Content Areas
Are you looking for ways to seamlessly bring reading and writing into your classroom?  Learn how to revamp lessons you already have to include purposeful reading and writing in social studies and science. Participants will walk away with tools and activities to use in your classroom tomorrow!


Monday November 7, 2022 1:30pm - 2:15pm CST
Diamond 5 Younes Conference Center

1:30pm CST

Super Powers if Schoolytics
Introduction to Schoolytics. How to save time and streamline with Schoolytics

Speakers

Monday November 7, 2022 1:30pm - 2:15pm CST
Diamond 7 Younes Conference Center

1:30pm CST

TikTok Tech
Inspired by others, I will share how (even with a private account 🤣) I use TikTok to create and share short micro tech tips and resources with teachers and staff.

Speakers
avatar for Heather Callihan

Heather Callihan

Tech Integration, Northwest Public Schools
Heather Callihan is the Technology Integration Specialist for Northwest Public Schools in Grand Island, Ne. Heather is currently the NETA Board president (@YourNETA), Common Sense Certified Educator and Ambassador. Heather has a passion for integrating technology in education. She... Read More →



Monday November 7, 2022 1:30pm - 2:15pm CST
Diamond 2 Younes Conference Center

1:30pm CST

Working Smarter not Harder when it Comes to Communicating with Educational Stakeholders
Updating staff and community members is a time-consuming task for teachers and administrators. I will share my method for communicating with groups associated with the school along with successes and failures along the way. This session will engage teachers and administrators in the process to develop a method for communication and review different tools to make it all happen.

Speakers
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Cameron Soester

Louisville Public Schools


Monday November 7, 2022 1:30pm - 2:15pm CST
Diamond 8 Younes Conference Center

2:30pm CST

At the Intersection of Tech & Reading
Suggestion is a powerful thing, especially when building a community of readers. In this session, we will discuss the power of student suggestion in the reading classroom, about the influence of your teacher-presence in the classroom, and about how you can harness Google Workspace to help create a 21st century classroom with reading at its core. 

Presentation Slides

Speakers
avatar for Andrea Salic

Andrea Salic

Bennington Public Schools


Monday November 7, 2022 2:30pm - 3:15pm CST
Diamond 1 Younes Conference Center

2:30pm CST

Beyond the Book--Print and Digital Connections
In a digital world, print materials are still important. Print materials that have a strong connection to digital resources enhances the learning experience for students. This session will focus on ways to promote print materials through eBooks, QR codes, and other digital opportunities. Fun, learning activities that can be incorporated into the classroom or library setting will be provided.


Monday November 7, 2022 2:30pm - 3:15pm CST
Diamond 5 Younes Conference Center

2:30pm CST

Learning by Doing-Creating a School Store
This session we will share how we created a work based experience course by opening up our own school store, The Tiger Den. We will explain how our students have learned about marketing, graphics, finance and production. We will share how we have used our laser engraver and screen printer to make items such as shirts, tumblers, coasters and so much more. Our students gained valuable customer service skills while designing all of the merchandise that we sell.

Speakers

Monday November 7, 2022 2:30pm - 3:15pm CST
Diamond 8 Younes Conference Center

2:30pm CST

More than a Bibliography: A Research Study Project You can do Too
Do you want to design a project where students actually read the research you ask them to find? Join KHS Librarian Stefanie Green and former KHS English teacher Sarah Essay as we break down one of our favorite projects for sophomores. By combining an autobiographical novel with sociological research studies from school library databases, learn how students analyzed peer-reviewed studies to draw parallels between a novel and reality.


Monday November 7, 2022 2:30pm - 3:15pm CST
Diamond 7 Younes Conference Center

2:30pm CST

Technology Tools & Tips for English Language Learners
Effective digital tools & strategies teachers, paraprofessionals, school staff, and students can use to enhance learning for English Learners (ELs) using features of Google Translate, Kami, Read & Write/Orbit Note, and YouTube.
Google Slides Presentation Link: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1_v49w7lsp8fv8cKe9iJfIitZBHWuFplFPpx_Bfp-Me0/edit?usp=sharing

Speakers
avatar for Joshua Williams

Joshua Williams

Teacher, Crete Middle School



Monday November 7, 2022 2:30pm - 3:15pm CST
Diamond 4 Younes Conference Center

2:30pm CST

Using Educational Theatre to Teach about Social Media & Online Safety
RESPECT will present scenes from a new elementary aged play as well as accompanying goals, objectives, and activities. Topics include sharing personal information, cyber bullying, sexting, YouTube influencers, “taking a break,” risks of who and what is “real” and more. In the plays, students encounter roadblocks, conundrums, and hazardous situations as they try to use their computers for school assignments and learn how to be safe online.

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Patricia Newman

Dr. Patricia Newman

Executive Director, RESPECT



Monday November 7, 2022 2:30pm - 3:15pm CST
Diamond 2 Younes Conference Center
 
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