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2 Hour Session [clear filter]
Saturday, September 9
 

10:00am

360 Degree Math: a Classroom rEVOLUTION
Flip the script in the math class by putting your students center stage with 360 degree math. Transform the learning environment with any given budget. Get your students up, performing, solving, and persevering by livening up the environment with whiteboard surfaces, music cues, and visible random groupings. Use an 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. 

Session Resource Link:  360 Degree Math: a Classroom Revolution


Saturday September 9, 2017 10:00am - 12:00pm
Room P2

10:00am

Unleash the Creativity: Animation & Google Slides
Learn how to use Google Slides to make stop-motion animations. Teach your students a creative way to share what they learned. Students can animate anything from a history timeline, scientific processes to math equations using this simple technique.

https://sites.google.com/a/dcjesd.us/google-training/stop-motion-animation-1

Speakers
avatar for Corey Coble

Corey Coble

Teacher, Dry Creek Jt. UESD
I have been a classroom teacher for 25 years.  Currently I teach 7th grade Science, History and Project Lead The Way.Certifications: Google Educator Level 1, Google for Education Certified Trainer, and CUE Lead Learner.


Saturday September 9, 2017 10:00am - 12:00pm
Room P1

1:00pm

Bootstrap: Coding Videogames with Algebra
Teach your students to code and reinforce their Algebra skills using this FREE Common Core aligned Computer Science curriculum out of Brown University that runs on a Chromebook! Students write, compile, and troubleshoot their code with WeScheme, a cloud based programming environment. Your students will program their own video game using code and Algebra(order of operations, linear equations, piecewise functions, compound inequalities, and distance formula).

Session Resource Link:  Bootstrap Algebra: Coding Video games with Algebra

Speakers
avatar for Ed Campos

Ed Campos

Math/Computer Science, Orosi High School
Ed is a high school math & computer science teacher with 12 years of teaching experience and a huge advocate for classroom redesign, especially rethinking the learning space in the math classroom. He’s a Level 2 Google Educator, a CUE Innovative Educator, as well as a LEC Online/Blended... Read More →


Saturday September 9, 2017 1:00pm - 3:00pm
Room P2

1:00pm

Engaging Activities for the Middle School Math Classroom
Have you heard that Twitter is an amazing place for professional development, but don’t quite believe it? In this session, we will share our stories of becoming connected to each other and to teachers around the world through the Math-Twitter-Blog-o-Sphere, and how those connections have dramatically impacted our teaching. We will share numerous resources with which we have found success in our classrooms. Among others, experience and explore Open Middle, Visual Patterns, Which One Doesn’t Belong, Mathalicious, Desmos. Learn about the resources, how we use them in our 7/8 classrooms, and how our online collaborations have allowed us to deepen the learning in our classes. 

Session Resource Link:  http://bit.ly/2vQHm1E

Speakers
avatar for Kathy Henderson

Kathy Henderson

Math Teacher
avatar for Casey McCormick

Casey McCormick

5-8 Math Teacher, Our Lady of the Assumption


Saturday September 9, 2017 1:00pm - 3:00pm
Room P1