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Tuesday, July 29
 

8:00am

Introductions & Announcements
Speakers
avatar for Tom Daccord

Tom Daccord

Director & Co-Founder, EdTechTeacher
Tom Daccord, Director and Co-Founder of EdTechTeacher, has worked with schools, colleges and educational organizations in the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East as an educational technology speaker and instructor. He has authored three books and writes regularly for eSchool News.


Tuesday July 29, 2014 8:00am - 8:15am
204-205-206

8:15am

Will Richardson’s Keynote: Educating Modern Learners: Thinking Differently About Schools, Classrooms, and Teaching
Whether we like it or not, we’re on the verge of a transition away from traditional narratives of classrooms, teaching, and education toward a new, modern story for learning. This shift is difficult, one filled with opportunities for learners but huge challenges for systems, and it will require a rethink of much of our current practice in schools. But that rethink must be grounded in an accurate context for the larger changes affecting us. We’ll explore the new world of modern learning and offer a lens through which we can hold relevant conversations around change moving forward.

Speakers
avatar for Will Richardson

Will Richardson

1:World Keynote Speaker, ModernLearners.com
The future of learning, schooling, and education.



Tuesday July 29, 2014 8:15am - 9:15am
204-205-206

9:30am

Creative Spaces in the Classroom of the Future
What is the DIY “Maker” movement, and what does it mean for the future? Come catch a glimpse of what a future classroom might look like, in both its curriculum and its physical space. We’ll explore how companies like Google foster creativity and innovation, and see what kids’ visions of a “learning center” might look like. Finally, we’ll look at an original way to create stronger community in the classroom using the popular game Minecraft as a virtual learning environment.

Speakers
DK

Douglas Kiang

Presenter & Instructor, EdTechTeacher
Douglas Kiang is a dynamic speaker, teacher, and workshop presenter with over twenty years of teaching experience in independent schools at every grade level. He currently teaches computer science and heads the technology resource teachers group at Punahou School in Honolulu, Hawaii. Douglas holds a Master's Degree in Technology, Innovation, and Education from Harvard and is an Apple Distinguished Educator. He is the author of five bestselling... Read More →


Tuesday July 29, 2014 9:30am - 10:30am
Rm 202

9:30am

Learning Through Creation: The Power of Making Stop Action Videos on the iPad
In the high school biology classroom, students have historically benefitted from viewing animations when learning complex biochemical and physiological processes. With iPad and an app for making stop action videos, students can now learn these processes by making these animations themselves. This instructional method is a powerful teaching tool that is transferable to all STEM disciplines. By making simple animations from scratch, students confirm their understanding in a fun and creative way. Furthermore, students benefit from developing their collaboration, research, and problem solving skills through a creative endeavor. Ultimately, making these videos allows students to learn and retain the concepts better than if they were to learn these processes using a traditional lecture. Participants will learn how to use the apps effectively and efficiently, how to motivate the students, and how to assess the final product. We will discuss the conflicting goals of content versus creativity, and explore ways in which stop action video making can be used in all disciplines. Participants are encouraged to download iStopMotion to their iOS device prior to the session.

Speakers
DC

Deron Chang

Science Teacher, Choate Rosemary Hall


Tuesday July 29, 2014 9:30am - 10:30am
Rm 206

9:30am

Student Designed Curriculum and iTunes U - Global Classroom Connections
Redefine your classroom with iTunes U. By allowing students a voice in their education, you can inspire them to be creative problem solvers. Join this session to see how a high school classroom in Texas is running a student designed MOOC that has over 30,000 subscribers from all over the world.

Speakers
avatar for Jodie Deinhammer

Jodie Deinhammer

Science Teacher & Apple Distinguished Educators, Coppell High School
Mrs. Deinhammer has been teaching science Coppell ISD for over 18 years. She was the 2015 Texas Region 10 Secondary Teacher of the Year and is an Apple Distinguished Educator.


Tuesday July 29, 2014 9:30am - 10:30am
Rm 204

9:30am

What Do Great Teachers Do with Tablets?
A tablet provides unprecedented opportunities for mobile, personalized, and differentiated learning. Great teachers identify important learning goals and construct innovative tablet-integration activities that help students reach these objectives. Come explore a range of creative and authentic K-12 tablet activities developed by talented and progressive educators from across the country -- and beyond.

Speakers
avatar for Tom Daccord

Tom Daccord

Director & Co-Founder, EdTechTeacher
Tom Daccord, Director and Co-Founder of EdTechTeacher, has worked with schools, colleges and educational organizations in the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East as an educational technology speaker and instructor. He has authored three books and writes regularly for eSchool News.


Tuesday July 29, 2014 9:30am - 10:30am
Rm 205

9:30am

App Smashing with iPads & Androids
Limited Capacity full

App Smashing allows for the creation of previously inconceivable objects. By combining the power of apps, students can create, collaborate, and curate media into entirely new learning artifacts. During this hands-on session, we will explore a number of smashes using tools such as Explain Everything, Book Creator, YouTube, and iMovie to push what is possible with iPads and Android tablets. When there are no limitations with the available tools, then there are no limitations to how students can show their learning.

 

Speakers
avatar for Beth Holland

Beth Holland

Instructor & Doctoral Student, EdTechTeacher & John Hopkins
Beth Holland combines over 17 years of experience in mobile learning, K-12 education, and differentiated instruction to help teachers create innovative learning environments. She blogs regularly for Edutopia and EdTech Researcher at Education Week, presents at nationally and internationally, and is an authorized Google Education Trainer. She holds a Master's degree from Harvard University as well as a Bachelor's degree from Northwestern... Read More →
avatar for Greg Kulowiec

Greg Kulowiec

Instructor & Google for Education Certified Trainer, EdTechTeacher
An early adopter of mobile devices, Greg first integrated cell phones, and then iPads, into his high school history curricula. As an EdTechTeacher instructor, he works with schools across the country, presents at national conferences, and blogs regularly about the creative capabilities afforded by mobile devices. He officially coined the phrase "App Smashing," is an authorized Google Education Trainer, and attended St. Anselm college in... Read More →


Tuesday July 29, 2014 9:30am - 11:45am
Rm 201

10:45am

Lessons for K-12 Education From the Maker Movement
The Maker Movement is a revolutionary global collaboration of people learning to solve problems with modern tools and technology. Adults and children are combining new technologies and timeless craft traditions to create exciting projects and control their world. The implications are profound for schools and districts concerned with engaging students, maintaining relevance, and preparing children to solve problems unanticipated by the curriculum. The technological game-changers of 3D printing, physical computing and computer science require and fuel transformations in the learning environment. K-12 educators can adapt the powerful technology and “can do” maker ethos to revitalize learner-centered teaching and learning in all subject areas.

Speakers
avatar for Sylvia Martinez

Sylvia Martinez

Author and Independent Education Consultant, Constructing Modern Knowledge
Sylvia is co-author of “Invent To Learn: Making, Tinkering, and Engineering the Classroom”, a new book advocating authentic learning using modern technology, real world design principles, and hands-on experiences. The book has been hailed as the “Bible of the Maker Movement in schools.” Sylvia is a principal advisor to the Stanford FabLearn Fellows, and served on the NAEP Advisory Board for the upcoming Technology &... Read More →


Tuesday July 29, 2014 10:45am - 11:45am
Rm 206

10:45am

"ePortfolios are AWEsome: The Why, How, and What of Student Digital Portfolios

In this session, we will discuss the benefits and purpose of student-created digital portfolios, thoughtfully evaluate considerations for selecting an e-portfolio platform, explore tools for digitally archiving learning artifacts, glean ideas for using ePortfolios in a K-12 setting, and much more! 

Participants will dive in to experience the possibilities of an ePortfolio first-hand using eBackpack to model workflow strategies for digitizing and uploading student work. With a focus on the Why, How, and What of ePortfolios, you will want to sail right in to the 2014-2015 school year with a deeper understanding and drive for purposeful digital student platforms.  


Speakers
LJ

Lisa Johnson

Presenter & Instructor, EdTechTeacher & TechChef4U
Lisa Johnson has 14+ years of education experience ranging from teaching High School English & Middle School Math to international curriculum development, to coordinating technology integration camps across the state. Lisa presents and instructs on education technology at schools across the country and speaks at conferences and events around the U.S. and abroad. 


Tuesday July 29, 2014 10:45am - 11:45am
Rm 202

10:45am

Tap Into Teen Minds in Math Class With iPad
Embark on a journey of creating a digital learning environment in a secondary, one-to-one iPad math class. Learn to effectively deliver a 3-part math lesson while eliminating wasted time copying useless facts. This approach has resulted in increased student engagement and high levels of student success. From introducing an effective One-to-Many iPad Classroom approach that will allow you to use your iPad as a wireless Interactive Whiteboard via AirPlay, to going completely paperless by using cloud-based file storage solutions, you can be up and running with a sustainable model that works! Already one-to-one and looking for transformative tasks to help you and your students climb the SAMR Ladder? We will also discuss a new free blogging network, MathBlogs.ca - a platform for teachers and students to share their math work to improve their math communication and develop a deep understanding of the concepts while interacting with their peers. While technology can certainly make math tasks more meaningful and enjoyable, we will also explore how iPads can be used to collect useful student assessment data and organize it to allow students, teachers, and parents to better understand urgent student learning needs and develop strategies for success.

Speakers
avatar for Kyle Pearce

Kyle Pearce

Teacher, Apple Authorized Education Trainer, Math Coach, Tap Into Teen Minds
Bio K-12 Mathematics Consultant with the Greater Essex County District School Board, Kyle enjoys discovering creative ways to spark curiosity through the inquiry process using tasks that are contextual, visual and concrete. Kyle shares his work by leading professional development in both mathematics pedagogy and effective uses of technology across North America. He is recognized as an Apple Distinguished Educator (ADE) Class of 2013, a Google... Read More →


Tuesday July 29, 2014 10:45am - 11:45am
Rm 204

10:45am

Four Faces of Personalization
Education experts and reformers from across the political spectrum agree that personalization is a powerful strategy for accelerating student learning, and that technology has tremendous potential to support personalization. However, these experts and reformers also frequently disagree about what personalization actually means. In this interactive session, we'll explore four faces of personalization - four different ways that educators interpret "personalization" that have different, and sometimes incompatible, implications for student learning. By the end of this session, participants will understand a range of dimensions to personalization and will be better prepared to examine how personalized learning could impact their own classrooms and schools.

Speakers
avatar for Justin Reich

Justin Reich

Co-Founder & Director of PK12, EdTechTeacher & MIT
Justin Reich is the co-founder of EdTechTeacher. He also currently serves as the Executive Director of the PK12 Initiative at MIT, a research scientist in the MIT Office of Digital Learning, a Lecturer in the MIT Scheller Teacher Education Program, and a Fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University.


Tuesday July 29, 2014 10:45am - 11:45am
Rm 205

1:00pm

Collaboration - Going Global with Tablets
Global collaboration is now possible in a way that could not easily be achieved without the integration of mobile devices. From collaborative video to screencasting and digital eBooks, students can now create and collaborate with students from across the globe. This session will explore the technical & logistics to setup such work and will also examine existing global collaboration projects.

Speakers
avatar for Greg Kulowiec

Greg Kulowiec

Instructor & Google for Education Certified Trainer, EdTechTeacher
An early adopter of mobile devices, Greg first integrated cell phones, and then iPads, into his high school history curricula. As an EdTechTeacher instructor, he works with schools across the country, presents at national conferences, and blogs regularly about the creative capabilities afforded by mobile devices. He officially coined the phrase "App Smashing," is an authorized Google Education Trainer, and attended St. Anselm college in... Read More →


Tuesday July 29, 2014 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Rm 202

1:00pm

Creating Multimedia eBooks
Enhanced eBooks on iPads, iPhones and iPod Touches can include audio, video, and interactive animations in addition to digital text, images and links. In this session we’ll view examples of different multimedia eBooks created by both professional authors as well as students. We’ll learn how to use the iPad apps “Book Creator” and “Creative Book Builder” to create and share enhanced/multimedia eBooks using DropBox for free cloud storage/distribution. We’ll also discuss how to create printed version of your books using the print-on-demand service Lulu.com. Other options for directly publishing your eBooks will also be discussed, including Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP), the Apple iBookstore, and Google Play. http://wfryer.me/ebooks

Speakers
avatar for Wes Fryer

Wes Fryer

Director of Technology, Casady School
Dr. Wesley Fryer (@wfryer) is a teacher, author, speaker, and the Director of Technology for Casady School in Oklahoma City. He is the co-host of the weekly "EdTech Situation Room" webshow and podcast (@edtechSR) and is co-leading an afterschool STEAM club for elementary students in fall 2016 with Megan Thompson (@seeingnewshapes). In 2013-2015 he taught STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) to 4th and 5th grade students at... Read More →


Tuesday July 29, 2014 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Rm 205

1:00pm

Discovery, Discussion and Demonstration
During this presentation Richard will share free technology tools that are appropriate for use in all grades. The wealth of free apps and websites can feel a bit overwhelming at times. To alleviate that overwhelming feeling, in this presentation Richard outlines the framework he uses for choosing and using technology that is appropriate for the classroom.

Speakers
avatar for Richard Byrne

Richard Byrne

Trouble Maker, Blogger, Owner, Byrne Instructional Media, LLC
Richard is best known for his award winning blog, Free Technology for Teachers which started while teaching high school social studies in Maine. Today, Richard’s writing reaches more than 500,000 educators every month. His favorite thing to do is help teachers develop creative and practical classroom uses of technology. An energetic speaker, Richard has been invited to speak at events all over North America, Europe, Australia, Southeast... Read More →


Tuesday July 29, 2014 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Rm 204

1:00pm

Slaying the Sit & Get Dragon: Differentiating PD for iPhiles and iPhobes
Changing students' classroom experiences begins with changing teachers' practices. Yet as soon as teachers and administrators offer Professional Development, we typically ask teachers to Sit and Get our messages about the importance of avoiding Sit and Get strategies in our own classrooms! This session will explore ways to develop a differentiated PD model, one that recognizes the need to accommodate a wide range of teachers' learning styles and to support your facultyÕs varying skills and experience with technology integration. We will examine several facets of these ÒblendedÓ PD programs (continuing education models which provide synchronous and asynchronous support). At the heart of blended and differentiated PD is the assumption that teaching and learning, and not the technology itself, must form the core of all of our continuing education programming and that meaningful technology integration requires far more than dressing up the factory model wolf in digital sheepÕs clothing. Participants will leave the session with numerous practical examples of blended and differentiated PD models as well as with a wealth of suggestions about how to begin transforming PD organically and/or District-wide at home.

Speakers
avatar for Jonathan Werner

Jonathan Werner

Library & Instructional Technology Specialist, Cape Elizabeth Library & Learning Commons
Bio: Jonathan is a Library & Instructional Technology Specialist (LITS) at the Library and Learning Commons in Cape Elizabeth, Maine and President Elect of the ISTE Librarians Network. After teaching English in Pennsylvania for several years post college, he made the CVE (Critical Vocational Error) of becoming a lawyer. Once he awoke from that nightmare, he returned to teaching English when he and his family moved to Maine in 2005. Though he will... Read More →


Tuesday July 29, 2014 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Rm 206

1:00pm

Design the School of the Future
Limited Capacity full

What if there were no limitations? What if resources were not a problem? What would the ideal learning environment look like? In this hands-on session, we will collaborate to create an ideal school for the future from three diverse perspectives - physical space, curriculum & pedagogy, and professional learning. Whether you are a superintendent, a school principal, a division head, or a technology director, come contribute your ideals to see what could be possible.

Speakers
avatar for Tom Daccord

Tom Daccord

Director & Co-Founder, EdTechTeacher
Tom Daccord, Director and Co-Founder of EdTechTeacher, has worked with schools, colleges and educational organizations in the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East as an educational technology speaker and instructor. He has authored three books and writes regularly for eSchool News.
avatar for Patrick Larkin

Patrick Larkin

Assistant Superintendent for Learning, Burlington Public Schools
Assistant Superintendent for Learning in Burlington Public Schools (MA), NASSP National Digital Principal Award Winner (2012), Former MA Assistant Principal of the Year, Led First 1:1 iPad High School Implementation In MA.
avatar for Justin Reich

Justin Reich

Co-Founder & Director of PK12, EdTechTeacher & MIT
Justin Reich is the co-founder of EdTechTeacher. He also currently serves as the Executive Director of the PK12 Initiative at MIT, a research scientist in the MIT Office of Digital Learning, a Lecturer in the MIT Scheller Teacher Education Program, and a Fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University.


Tuesday July 29, 2014 1:00pm - 3:00pm
Rm 201

2:15pm

S.A.S.S.Y. SAMR
Add a little flare to your knowledge and app-lication of SAMR! Learners will sink their teeth into each level of the SAMR model to redefine iPad integration into their iClassroom. A SAMR Toolkit will be provided with multiple ideas and resources that teachers can utilize to integrate immediately into their iClassroom.

Speakers
LJ

Lisa Johnson

Presenter & Instructor, EdTechTeacher & TechChef4U
Lisa Johnson has 14+ years of education experience ranging from teaching High School English & Middle School Math to international curriculum development, to coordinating technology integration camps across the state. Lisa presents and instructs on education technology at schools across the country and speaks at conferences and events around the U.S. and abroad. 


Tuesday July 29, 2014 2:15pm - 3:15pm
Rm 205

2:15pm

Unleashing Creativity with iPads
The Ultimate Evidence of Learning is Creation. This session will explore the many possible avenues for creative student expression made possible with the iPad as well as ways to create a CULTURE of creation in your school or classroom. Other topics to be addressed include assessing creative products, student choice, sharing student creations and using creation as formative and summative assessment.

Speakers
avatar for Shawn McCusker

Shawn McCusker

Presenter & Instructor, EdTechTeacher
Shawn McCusker has 21 years of experience as a middle and high school teacher during which time he has taught in public, private and alternative schools teaching in 1:1 iPad and Chromebook programs. He is an innovator in the creation and organization of online learning communities such as the #sschat, #1to1techat and #engsschat on Twitter. Shawn continues to develop innovative implementation strategies as a Social Studies teacher and department... Read More →


Tuesday July 29, 2014 2:15pm - 3:15pm
Rm 204

2:15pm

WHOA! This Changes Everything! From One-Size-Fits-All to Customizable and Differentiated.
Over the last few years, our middle school science classrooms have evolved from traditional spaces into an individualized learning environments. The approach we have used has permanently changed how we interact with our students in the classroom. We would like to highlight how we have successfully inspired a new breed of learners through the use of iPads, Apps, FREE Web Based Programs, Flipped Classroom, Blended Inquiry, Hooks and more. Our classrooms have gone from one-size fits all to customizable learning environments that target how individual students learn best. In this session, we will highlight how we have used: 1) Focused mini lectures 2) Flipped Classroom 3) iPads 4) Schoology 5) Inquiry and 6) Gamification.

Speakers
avatar for Lisa Nathaus

Lisa Nathaus

Glenview District 34 Schools
Lisa has been teaching Middle School Science since 2000. She received her BS from The University of Illinois-Chicago in Biology and Chemistry and her MEd from the University of Georgia. Her first three years of teaching were spent at Westside Middle School in Barrow County, GA.. She has been teaching at Attea middle school science since 2004.


Tuesday July 29, 2014 2:15pm - 3:15pm
Rm 206

2:15pm

Small Tech Changes - BIG Learning Impact!
Sometimes, the smallest of changes can have the largest impact on helping our students to connect to content, demonstrate their understanding, and become more independent in their learning. When every student has access to a mobile device, how can you leverage those capabilities to support - and enrich - your students? In this session, we will explore device features and pedagogical strategies to meet the needs of ALL of your students.

Speakers
avatar for Beth Holland

Beth Holland

Instructor & Doctoral Student, EdTechTeacher & John Hopkins
Beth Holland combines over 17 years of experience in mobile learning, K-12 education, and differentiated instruction to help teachers create innovative learning environments. She blogs regularly for Edutopia and EdTech Researcher at Education Week, presents at nationally and internationally, and is an authorized Google Education Trainer. She holds a Master's degree from Harvard University as well as a Bachelor's degree from Northwestern... Read More →


Tuesday July 29, 2014 2:15pm - 3:15pm
Rm 202

3:30pm

60 Days of Google Glass in the Class: My Adventures with Wearable Technology
Come see what the future of education could look like through Google Glass. If you attend this session, I will share with you the first 60 days of “glass in my class." Google Glass has changed the look, sound, and shape of knowledge in my 21st century classroom. I will show how Google Glass and Augmented Reality paired up early on and how that collaboration redefined the classroom as well as how Glass allowed me to differentiate the learning process when combined with tools like Evernote, Voice Memo, and Google Search. Some of the adventures that I will share include our use of the Google Glasses for 1) Google Hangouts 2) APP-Smashing Projects and 3) a new perspective on movie making in the classroom. Also, I will discuss how this tool helped me refine my own practice as an educator. No longer I am teaching in a 1 to 1 environment with just iPads but my classroom is a 1+1 with iPads happily paired up with the Google Glasses. Warning: folks who attend this session may experience high levels of engagement and have their minds blown.

Speakers
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Courtney Pepe

Educator, Monroe Township Public Schools
Mrs. Pepe has eight years of educational experience in which she has taught every single grade ranging from kindergarten to grade 12. She currently teaches math and science to high school students in a New Jersey public school that has a 1 to 1 iPad initiative with over 2, 000 students. Mrs. Pepe is consistently implementing emergent technologies such as Google Glass and iBeacons in her 1 to 1 environment to improve student engagement and... Read More →


Tuesday July 29, 2014 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Rm 206

3:30pm

Operation Classroom Redesign with Primary Students
Are you looking to create a flexible learning space? Are you short on money and resources? Come learn how a primary teacher waited for the opportunity to involve her students in the classroom redesign process. You will be mesmerized by how the students crafted their classroom and made accommodations to maximize the space. What can you do to remake your classroom? Come find out! Say goodbye to desks and tables and come celebrate the power of student choice!

Speakers
avatar for Martha Bowden

Martha Bowden

Technology Integration Specialist, The Episcopal School of Dallas
I explore technology tools with students in first through fourth grades and serve as a tech coach for teachers. Collaborating with classroom teachers to develop technologically integrated lesson plans, then watching them unfold as students create and collaborate is inspiring. Blended learning has unlocked new possibilities at our school. Respecting and nurturing student passion has transformed the process of learning for us all.
avatar for Allison Hogan

Allison Hogan

Primer Teacher, Episcopal School of Dallas
As a Primer teacher at the Episcopal School of Dallas (ESD), Allison engages students in authentic learning experiences where reading, writing, collaboration and inquiry are at the forefront. For the past few years, Allison has examined learning about technology and partnering best practices with digital tools to transform learning. Allison has presented at conferences including the Chicago Public Schools iPad Academy and the Independent... Read More →


Tuesday July 29, 2014 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Rm 204

3:30pm

60 days
Participants will hear the story of South Berwyn School District 100 and how they brought a Title 1 school district from Implementing 10 1:1 pilot classrooms to being recognized as a two-time winning Apple Distinguished Program with 150+ 1:1 classrooms. Participants will learn tips for how to be successful in Visionary Leadership, Innovative Learning and Teaching, Ongoing Professional Development, Compelling Evidence of Success, & Flexible Learning Environment.

Speakers
avatar for Shannon Soger

Shannon Soger

iDirector, District office
Passionate educator Shannon Soger taught 4th grade and pioneered 1:1 in Berwyn South School District 100. The Apple Distinguished Program offers 4,000 K-8 students 24/7 access to an iPad or MacBook. As an Instructional Coach, Shannon traveled to 8 buildings working with teacher leaders and integrating technology in classrooms. Currently as the Instructional Director, Shannon leads the iCoach team, oversees the 1:1 Program, and serves on the... Read More →


Tuesday July 29, 2014 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Rm 202

3:30pm

Digital Citizenship: A Whole-Community Approach
Kids today grow up in a digital world with potential for communication, collaboration, and creation, and yet schools face challenges with ethical issues that arise from studentsÕ use of technology, such as cyberbullying, inappropriate sharing, and plagiarism. In this session, learn about three factors schools can use to create a positive culture around digital citizenship, with a focus on iPad classrooms. First, learn about how to teach students digital citizenship skills, covering eight key topics and including a free Digital Literacy & Citizenship curriculum developed in partnership with Howard Gardner and the GoodPlay Project at Harvard as well as Digital Passport, a learning game for upper elementary students. Next, learn how to engage and inform parents about managing their childrenÕs technology use and helping kids make smart choices. Finally, hear about strategies schools have used to educate teachers about digital citizenship, moving away from the lone teacher who is responsible, to a more cross-curricular and cross-faculty approach that helps build capacity and community in schools. Learn how these three factors work together to build a positive school climate around digital citizenship.

Speakers
avatar for Tamara Kaldor

Tamara Kaldor

Education Program Manager, Chicago, Common Sense media
TAMARA KALDOR, M.S. is the Chicago Education Program Manager for Common Sense Media and a child development specialist with over a decade of experience teaching educators, parents and administrators how to integrate technology to support the social-emotional and learning needs of all students, including those with developmental differences. In addition, Tamara is a contributing author to the forthcoming book, Technology and Digital Media in the... Read More →


Tuesday July 29, 2014 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Rm 205

4:30pm

RECEPTION
Join the EdTechTeacher staff and other attendees to unwind and discuss what you've learned with others!

Tuesday July 29, 2014 4:30pm - 6:30pm
Lobby & 207
 
Wednesday, July 30
 

8:00am

Introductions & Announcements
Speakers
avatar for Tom Daccord

Tom Daccord

Director & Co-Founder, EdTechTeacher
Tom Daccord, Director and Co-Founder of EdTechTeacher, has worked with schools, colleges and educational organizations in the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East as an educational technology speaker and instructor. He has authored three books and writes regularly for eSchool News.


Wednesday July 30, 2014 8:00am - 8:15am
204-205-206

8:15am

Jennie Magiera’s Keynote: Googling the Future Classroom
What should we take into account when exploring “what could be” in the classroom? What should we aim for when leveraging new technologies and devices? Dive into a few real-world examples of how innovation, workflow and powerful devices combine to change the face of education. Engage in asking questions, exchanging ideas and challenging the norm in this interactive keynote.

Speakers
avatar for Jennie Magiera

Jennie Magiera

Chief Technology Officer, Des Plaines School District 62
Jennie Magiera is the Chief Technology Officer for Des Plaines School District 62, and the author of the upcoming book, Courageous Edventures. A White House Champion for Change, Apple Distinguished Educator, Google for Education Certified Innovator, and TEDx Speaker, Jennie works to redefine teaching and learning through innovative new practices. Jennie is also passionate about redefining professional learning, serving on the Technical Working... Read More →



Wednesday July 30, 2014 8:15am - 9:15am
204-205-206

9:30am

Empowering Student Writers
Using technology to teach writing isnÕt about using the newest app. Instead, it is about how writing teachers can leverage the opportunities offered by 2.0 tech tools to empower our student writers. This session will focus on how building choice, connections, and mentors into writing assignments can help students reflect on their developing skills as writers. Participants in this session will have an opportunity to see how collaborative 2.0 tools like Twitter and Google Apps helped high school English students to write and share their research projects with real audiences beyond the walls of their classroom. When students have both purpose and audience for their writing endeavors, magic can happen! This session will not only showcase a particular research writing assignment, but will give participants an opportunity to interact with some of the technology that students used to connect with mentors and share their work.

Speakers
avatar for Jennifer Ward

Jennifer Ward

high school English teacher, Ionia High School
Picture the quirky, eccentric English teacher - you know the one who would jump up and down excitedly talking about the psychoanalytic interpretations of a text or gesticulate wildly about the double entendres found in a line of poetry - and you've got Ms. Jennifer Ward, high school English teacher and technology advocate. And that interest in the connection between teaching writing and technology has earned her a string of abbreviations... Read More →


Wednesday July 30, 2014 9:30am - 10:30am
Rm 202

9:30am

Leading in the Google Cloud
Modeling the use of available digital resources is critical for those in leadership positions. Whether you are a team leader, a school leader, or a district leader, it is imperative that you do more than just "talk the talk." This session will show you some great ways to use Google's resources to make yourself a more effective digital leader.

Speakers
avatar for Patrick Larkin

Patrick Larkin

Assistant Superintendent for Learning, Burlington Public Schools
Assistant Superintendent for Learning in Burlington Public Schools (MA), NASSP National Digital Principal Award Winner (2012), Former MA Assistant Principal of the Year, Led First 1:1 iPad High School Implementation In MA.


Wednesday July 30, 2014 9:30am - 10:30am
Rm 205

9:30am

Celebrating the Wonderful Mess: Designing Agile, Personalized Learning Spaces in Schools
In this session, attendees will engage in a mini-design process built around developing a learning environment for the session. This will be followed by a discussion of the design process currently being undertaken at the Francis W. Parker School in Chicago. Attendees will learn how the school is combining analog and digital spaces in an effort to best embody the mission of the school in the 21st Century. The steps of the process will be enumerated, and representatives from the school will be on hand to discuss how the space itself is a product of, and catalyst for, human interaction and learning.

Speakers
avatar for Martin Moran

Martin Moran

Director of Education Technology, Francis W. Parker School
Martin Moran is the Director of Education Technology for grades 6-12 at the Francis W. Parker School in Chicago, IL. He has over 12 years experience in both public and independent schools. At Parker, he has helped develop the long- and short-term technology plans, oversee a 1:1 Middle School iPad program, a 2:1 Upper School laptop/iPad program, and the development of mobile and stationary technology centers throughout the building. Martin was... Read More →


Wednesday July 30, 2014 9:30am - 10:30am
Rm 206

9:30am

DigiLit: Book Clubs for a 21st Century Classroom
A class set of novels, binders, poster boards, and enough post-it notes to wallpaper a school…. These are just a few of the supplies needed to run a traditional middle school book club. With the addition of iPads, Google Apps, and other educational technologies, the age of the “traditional” book club requires change. Presented by a technology integration coach/science teacher and a reading specialist/ language arts teacher, this session will walk you through the setup and process of creating a digital book club system for your classroom. Following the SAMR Model, we will cover the basic steps of substitution using Google Apps and a teacher website, while also aiming to “teach above the line” by using apps like Subtext and Book Creator to fully redefine your classroom literacy instruction and delivery methods. Digital book clubs allow for connected, flexible, and customized literacy instruction that engage all learners. Through reading digital novels, participating in online discussions, annotating text with categorical tags, and expressing ideas through transliteracy (multi-media tools), students will interact with the text, the teacher, and each other while receiving nearly instant, trackable feedback on their work. Spend some time with us learning how to use technology as a tool to reinforce effective comprehension strategies while upgrading the literary climate of your classroom through the implementation of digital book clubs.

Speakers
avatar for Corey Holmer

Corey Holmer

Educational Technologist, Lake Forest High School SD 115
Corey Holmer is a Google Certified Innovator and authorized Google for Education Certified Trainer who leverages educational technologies to engage all learners. Corey has been recognized by the ISTE organization as the 2015 Outstanding Young Educator for his work in coaching and integrating technology into the classroom. Most recently Corey became a TED-Ed Innovative Educator, helping students spread their big ideas. Corey supports district... Read More →
avatar for Jamie Trow

Jamie Trow

Language Arts and Social Studies Teacher, Crystal Lake District 47
Jamie Trow is a 7th grade language arts and social studies teacher in Crystal Lake, District 47. She holds graduate degrees in administration and literacy. Jamie is a firm believer in the positive impact of technology in the classroom, and has integrated Smart Technologies, Net Books, and iPads into her instruction. Currently, she is participating in a 1:1 iPad initiative, working to transform her classroom into a true collaborative, 21st century... Read More →


Wednesday July 30, 2014 9:30am - 10:30am
Rm 201

9:30am

Creating a Classroom Studio
Harness the power of music in your classroom to enhance student achievement! Whether a trained musician or someone who breaks out in song while driving down the road, this session will provide you the essential steps to easily incorporate music into your lesson plans! Mobile technology allows teachers to engage in music like never before. Learn about the essential software and apps that can be used to transform your classroom easier than ever before. Attend this session for fun and motivation, but most importantly, to hear and learn how to make exciting tunes! Music really can make "Learning Fun for Everyone"! (For videos and songs visit www.learningfunforeveryone.com)

Speakers
KC

Kevin Cornell aka Mister C

Curriculum Supervisor, Music Ninja
Mister C is a educator who loves to use music and technology to enhance the classroom. 12 total years so far as an educator including classroom teacher, elementary principal, Director of HR, and curriculum supervisor. Mister C knows that you can change the world by inspiring students, parents and teachers alike. | | Mister C loves to talk about FIP, CGI, inquiry, math, science and student centered learning. Most importantly, Mister C... Read More →


Wednesday July 30, 2014 9:30am - 10:30am
Rm 204

10:45am

Curating & Creating for the Flipped Classroom
How can we maximize the face to face time with our students? That is the real question that the flipped classroom concept seeks to answer. In a flipped classroom, teachers "flip" traditional teaching methods - delivering instruction online, outside of the classroom, and allowing "homework" to become classwork. To effectively deliver that instruction outside the classroom, curating and creating plays a large role. We will explore tips, tricks, and tools that make curation and creation of digital, cloud-based content easier and more effective so that you can maximize the face to face time with your students.

Speakers
avatar for Samantha Morra

Samantha Morra

Teacher/Consultant, Elisabeth Morrow School
Samantha Morra is an educator with 20 years experience in K-12 schools. She has worked as a teacher, an elementary and middle school technology coordinator and an assistant principal. She has presented throughout the country and is a Google Certified Teacher and has contributed to books, magazines and television shows discussing special issues education. She is passionate about technology and its potential to transform education. Teacher... Read More →


Wednesday July 30, 2014 10:45am - 11:45am
Rm 201

10:45am

#Brainz Sure Taste Different These Days
We are in the midst of a digital Zombie Apocalypse. Our devices are redefining who we are and how we live. How do we survive and thrive in this new world, not only in schools but also in life? In this entertaining session, we'll look at the signs that we are becoming digital zombies, talk about steps for a cure, and walk away with a better understanding of how our brains and those of our students work. 

Speakers
avatar for Carl Hooker

Carl Hooker

Director of Innovation & Digital Learning, Eanes ISD
Carl Hooker has been a part of a strong educational shift with technology integration since becoming an educator. As Director of Innovation & Digital Learning at Eanes ISD, he has helped spearhead the LEAP program, which put one-to-one iPads in the hands of all K-12 students in his 8000-student district. He is also the founder of “iPadpalooza”- a three-day “learning festival” held in Austin annually. He's also the author of the six-book... Read More →


Wednesday July 30, 2014 10:45am - 11:45am
Rm 205

10:45am

500,000 Apps in 60 Minutes
A wise man once said, "Give a teacher an app, and she's got a day's lesson; Teach her how to find the right apps, and she'll have lessons for a lifetime!" With the ever-growing App Store and the many '10 Best Apps' articles that bombard us daily, there must be a good way to wrangle exactly what we need. This session will explore strategies, resources, suggestions, and best practices for finding "the right app" for the objective at hand. Other topics to be discussed will be app smashing, SAMR model considerations, and knowing when to simply leave technology out of the lesson altogether.

Speakers
avatar for Felix Jacomino

Felix Jacomino

Director of Technology, St. Stephen's Episcopal Day School
Felix is the Director of Technology at St. Stephen's Episcopal Day School in Coconut Grove, Florida and he is the host of Miami Device. He has gained much attention due to hard work by his team, enthusiastic teachers, supportive administration, and excellent professional development. As an educator, Felix quickly learned the importance of sharing what works well in the classroom. Becoming part of a professional learning network (PLN) became... Read More →


Wednesday July 30, 2014 10:45am - 11:45am
Rm 202

10:45am

The Invisible iPad - Significant Learning Experiences Without Actually Losing Your iPad
Visual representations of knowledge, creativity and collaboration? Our challenge with technology such as the iPad is that because it has so much versatile functionality, the user is faced with a real dilemma of losing sight of what the tool is meant to accomplish. The importance is to focus less on how we are using iPads and Apps, and more on why we use them and what we are able to achieve through their use. When we are able to properly strategize our learning objectives and goals, the technology becomes secondary to meaningful learning outcomes; this is how how it becomes the Invisible iPad. This awareness enables students to become active and independent learners. When students are empowered to concretize their learning goals, and focus on a final learning product, only then can the technology become invisible allowing students to focus on success and excellence. After leaving the session, participants will have forgotten all about the iPad (since it will be invisible) and instead approach the use of technology as a definitive tool to help their students achieve significant learning experiences.

Speakers
avatar for Michael Cohen

Michael Cohen

Director of Educational Technology, Harkham Hillel Hebrew Academy
Rabbi Michael Cohen is the creator of the “Invisible iPad” approach to technology use in education, a topic on which he has presented at several conferences, institutions, and a featured article on MindShift.com. Due to this innovative approach, Michael was selected to join the Apple Distinguished Educators Class of 2015. Michael is currently the Director of Educational Technology at Harkham Hillel Hebrew Academy in Beverly Hills. He holds... Read More →


Wednesday July 30, 2014 10:45am - 11:45am
Rm 206

10:45am

Creating a Culture of Research and Writing in a 1:1 Classroom
The connected classroom changes the economy of information in a social studies classroom. The teacher is no longer the sole provider of historical content and the textbook is no longer the best learning resource for historical fact. This session will focus on how create an environment for historical research and foster the skills for writing that become essential when a class begins to focus on evaluating and distilling meaning from a wide variety of sources. We will also discuss how student creation products can be used to scaffold and support successful writing skills.

Speakers
avatar for Shawn McCusker

Shawn McCusker

Presenter & Instructor, EdTechTeacher
Shawn McCusker has 21 years of experience as a middle and high school teacher during which time he has taught in public, private and alternative schools teaching in 1:1 iPad and Chromebook programs. He is an innovator in the creation and organization of online learning communities such as the #sschat, #1to1techat and #engsschat on Twitter. Shawn continues to develop innovative implementation strategies as a Social Studies teacher and department... Read More →


Wednesday July 30, 2014 10:45am - 11:45am
Rm 204

1:00pm

Maker Mindset - It Is More Than Just the Cool Stuff!
When people think about Make, images of 3D printers and laser cutters come to mind. This preconception can often lead communities to mistakenly think that a Maker experience is out of reach for their students or users. However, Make is first and foremost a mindset and is accessible to learners of all ages and circumstances. Make grew out of the DIY movement and has morphed into DIT (together) or DIWO (with others), and a MakerSpace experience can start with whatever materials you gather from your own community with a focus on repurposing. Additionally, we can draw on the expertise of community members, and the abundance of Òhow toÓ videos on the internet or books available in the library, to learn how to do almost anything. I want to focus on the qualities that define a Maker Education/Experience, rather than the tools, to address any issues around access and equity that might arise for groups, regardless of financial and material resources. In this interactive session, we will unpack what these qualities mean and how they can be encouraged in individuals and spaces to help Make thrive anywhere. Together, we will create a tool box that anyone can implement now!

Speakers
JW

Jennifer Wyld

Jennifer Wyld is a PhD candidate interested in Free Choice Learning. She came to this program with a M.A. in Geography from the University of Texas at Austin where she did research on environmental education and an M.Ed. in Montessori Elementary Education from Loyola University in Baltimore. After teaching Montessori at the elementary and middle school level for 20 years, she became curious about learning and how interest and motivation... Read More →


Wednesday July 30, 2014 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Rm 204

1:00pm

Cast a Spell to Flip Your Class with TouchCast
Don't record yourself as the sage on the stage, harness the power of TouchCast to be the guide on the side as you challenge your viewers to explore and investigate learning. Success in a flipped learning environment ultimately lies with being able to engage your viewers in an experience that has them hooked, yearning to learn more and excited to apply their knowledge to collaborate and create. In this hands on session, we'll explore how to create interactive and engaging videos using TouchCast. We'll take a look at three crucial planning steps needed to design a TouchCast, the different Apps that can be used to create an interactive experience, and how you can assess learning to plan your time together. This app isn't just for you! We'll also take a look at how students can use TouchCast to collaborate, create and curate. This is the future of the web. This is the future of instruction. This is the future of creation and curation. Travel with me as we go back to the future to create your present.

Speakers
avatar for Sabba Quidwai

Sabba Quidwai

Director of Innovative Learning, USC
Sabba Quidwai is a passionate educator with a love for creating innovative student-centered learning experiences driven by the following philosophy, "I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand." ~ Conficius. Sabba currently serves as the Director of Innovative Learning for USC Keck Medical School. Prior to joining USC, Sabba successfully led the technology-enhanced curriculum initiative at Fairmont Private Schools in... Read More →


Wednesday July 30, 2014 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Rm 205

1:00pm

Creating Digital Content in iTunes U
Participants will get started on creating an iTunes U Course for their students or for professional learning. Please bring a laptop OR iPad as well as your Apple ID and password. This session is great for teachers teaching in a 1:1 iPad environment or for school trainers. (iTunes U Courses are best viewed on iPad.

Speakers
avatar for Shannon Soger

Shannon Soger

iDirector, District office
Passionate educator Shannon Soger taught 4th grade and pioneered 1:1 in Berwyn South School District 100. The Apple Distinguished Program offers 4,000 K-8 students 24/7 access to an iPad or MacBook. As an Instructional Coach, Shannon traveled to 8 buildings working with teacher leaders and integrating technology in classrooms. Currently as the Instructional Director, Shannon leads the iCoach team, oversees the 1:1 Program, and serves on the... Read More →


Wednesday July 30, 2014 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Rm 202

1:00pm

Redefining Writing & Feedback with Video & Mobile Devices
Writing and communicating ideas clearly through text is a fundamental skill that plays a critical role in every classroom. How can the process be improved with technology? The session will explore how both mobile devices & laptops can be used to provide both audio and video feedback on student writing. Further, we will explore how students can use the same tools to create powerful reflections on their own writing.

Speakers
avatar for Greg Kulowiec

Greg Kulowiec

Instructor & Google for Education Certified Trainer, EdTechTeacher
An early adopter of mobile devices, Greg first integrated cell phones, and then iPads, into his high school history curricula. As an EdTechTeacher instructor, he works with schools across the country, presents at national conferences, and blogs regularly about the creative capabilities afforded by mobile devices. He officially coined the phrase "App Smashing," is an authorized Google Education Trainer, and attended St. Anselm college in... Read More →


Wednesday July 30, 2014 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Rm 206

1:00pm

Student Designed Digital Learning
One of the most compelling benefits of classroom technology is that it enables students to share their ideas and knowledge in powerful new ways. This session, focused more for the primary grades, will challenge you to think differently about the role of the student in the classroom and how that role can be transformed when kids are active, creative, purposeful users of mobile devices like the iPad. The presenter will share specific examples of effective, empowering integration of some of the best apps for student creativity, publishing, and collaboration. You will gain ideas for elevating student work and practical tips that will support you and your students in creating authentic content and sharing it with others.

Speakers
avatar for Sue Gorman

Sue Gorman

Institute of Professional Educator Development, UW Parkside
I am celebrating 30 years as an educator My motto is Be kind. Be grateful. Be brave. I am an Apple Distinguished Educator and a Google Certified Teacher. I am a wife, Mom and Glamma-to-be. | I am an administrator/educator working to inspire teachers to redefine and transform their classrooms. I am passionate about engaging classrooms that inspire inquiry, visible thinking, student voice and choice, and global collaboration. I work with... Read More →


Wednesday July 30, 2014 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Rm 201

2:15pm

Showcase
We are happy to have a presenter showcase this year featuring innovative educational leaders from around the country. Check out the presenations: http://ettsummit.org/sessions/#showcase


Wednesday July 30, 2014 2:15pm - 3:15pm
Rm 203

3:30pm

Extend Your Capabilities with Google Apps Extensions
A Demo Slam of sorts...this session will highlight some of the best Google Chrome Web Extensions and how they can be utilized to increase student engagement, productivity, and organization. Whether your students are writing research papers, digital storytelling, graphics editing, or creating digital portfolios, there are hundreds of free tools that can be utilized to transform the already incredible Google Chrome web browser into a powerhouse of capability. Participants will learn what extensions are, how they work, and how to find, install, and uninstall them. Participant back-channeling will be encouraged to share even more ideas.

Speakers
AR

Avra Robinson

Technology Coordinator, Creston Elementary School
I am a mother, teacher, instructional coach, and educational technologist. I started my teaching career in third grade, moved to Kindergarten, and finally landed in Creston as the technology coordinator in the year 2000. I work each day to discover new ways to make people's lives more efficient, more effective, and more exciting through the use of technology. As my skills have evolved and my perspective has broadened, I've become very device... Read More →


Wednesday July 30, 2014 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Rm 204

3:30pm

3D Printing: History & Applications
The history of 3D printing, applications, and uses will be discussed.

Speakers
avatar for Beth Holland

Beth Holland

Instructor & Doctoral Student, EdTechTeacher & John Hopkins
Beth Holland combines over 17 years of experience in mobile learning, K-12 education, and differentiated instruction to help teachers create innovative learning environments. She blogs regularly for Edutopia and EdTech Researcher at Education Week, presents at nationally and internationally, and is an authorized Google Education Trainer. She holds a Master's degree from Harvard University as well as a Bachelor's degree from Northwestern... Read More →
DK

Douglas Kiang

Presenter & Instructor, EdTechTeacher
Douglas Kiang is a dynamic speaker, teacher, and workshop presenter with over twenty years of teaching experience in independent schools at every grade level. He currently teaches computer science and heads the technology resource teachers group at Punahou School in Honolulu, Hawaii. Douglas holds a Master's Degree in Technology, Innovation, and Education from Harvard and is an Apple Distinguished Educator. He is the author of five bestselling... Read More →
avatar for Patrick Larkin

Patrick Larkin

Assistant Superintendent for Learning, Burlington Public Schools
Assistant Superintendent for Learning in Burlington Public Schools (MA), NASSP National Digital Principal Award Winner (2012), Former MA Assistant Principal of the Year, Led First 1:1 iPad High School Implementation In MA.


Wednesday July 30, 2014 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Rm 201

3:30pm

Plan, Trust, Expect: Achieving Confidence to Integrate
You have iPads. You’ve engaged in training. You are listening. You are inspired. You are reaching for redefinition on the SAMR scale. Nonetheless, you are overwhelmed. This session will lead the novice/intermediate user into a comfort zone by learning to set realistic expectations. From the trenches of a seasoned teacher, see examples of student work produced during the first year of implementation. You will gain a sense of how to balance your teaching: when to plan the technical skills learning curve, when to trust student intuition, when to expect technology to become invisible.

With student work from primarily 4 creation apps, (Explain Everything, iMovie, Book Creator, Draw and Tell), we will study the process from beginning to end. What really goes on in the classroom? We will learn to ask the questions, anticipate needs, and challenge our students. Learn to feed the curiosity. The key lies in knowing what to expect and how to lead. Participants will leave confident they can begin the fundamental transformation of the educational experience. Integrate, transform, achieve.

Speakers
avatar for Ginnie Pitler

Ginnie Pitler

Instructional Technology and Curriculum Advocate, Trinity School of Durham and Chapel Hill
Focusing on genuine integration as we launch a DLI (Digital Learning Initiative). Creativity, Critical Thinking (and Visual Thinking), Collaborating and Connecting--not just 'buzz words,' but real goals-


Wednesday July 30, 2014 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Rm 202

3:30pm

Remixing the Classroom- CANCELED
What is remixing? It is combining or editing existing materials to produce a new product. In this session, learn how to use this remix model to make pedagogically sound and technology rich lessons that engage students in new and powerful ways.

Wednesday July 30, 2014 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Rm 206

3:30pm

Educators Don't Let Educators Use Comic Sans: Teaching Effective Visual Communication
While it's daunting to begin developing a skillful approach to visual communication (which may takes years to develop), everyone is able to acquire fundamental skills to the thoughtful use of text style, color, shape, and layout. Through the understanding of visual communication we can help create dynamic, thoughtful, and beautiful designs to help enhance the way we share ideas.

Speakers
avatar for Michael Cohen

Michael Cohen

Director of Educational Technology, Harkham Hillel Hebrew Academy
Rabbi Michael Cohen is the creator of the “Invisible iPad” approach to technology use in education, a topic on which he has presented at several conferences, institutions, and a featured article on MindShift.com. Due to this innovative approach, Michael was selected to join the Apple Distinguished Educators Class of 2015. Michael is currently the Director of Educational Technology at Harkham Hillel Hebrew Academy in Beverly Hills. He holds... Read More →


Wednesday July 30, 2014 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Rm 206