Click here for the complete Digital Conversion Symposium - Fall 2016 program guide
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Click here to view a short video about the Symposium.

Click here for info about ARTISANworks, the location for the dinner reception that is included with your registration.

 

Day 1 - Classroom visits
Day 1

Day 2 - Breakout sessions (click or tap on any session for more info)

 
 = instruction
 
 = technical
 
 = leadership
 
 = partner presentation


Rooms       9:30am - 10:15am 10:25am - 11:10am 11:20am - 12:05pm Lunch
12:10pm - 1:05pm
1:10pm - 1:55pm 2:05pm - 2:50pm    
Auditorium
Breakfast - 8:00am - 8:30am
Teacher/Admin panel - 8:30am - 9:15am
Break and Networking - 9:15am - 9:30am
Building Bridges and Climbing Mountains - Converstations and observations with Dr. Mark Edwards Driving Innovative Teaching and Learning (Apple) Using IP Security to Secure your K-12 and Higher Education Campus (R-Options) Mobile Device Management (MDM) Strategies (VMware)
Prizes / Closing remarks - 2:55pm - 3:10pm
Networking - 3:10pm - 4:30pm
E-7 Getting started in a K-2 classroom Technical management and logistics: A-Z Standards based grading in a digital classroom Apps for literacy in the primary classroom Using digital resources to create student-centered classrooms
E-11 Blogging in the classroom Using iBrainstorm in the classroom Instruction in a Digital Conversion classroom Driving Innovative Teaching and Learning (Apple) Digital Conversion Consortium Instruction in a Digital Conversion classroom
E-15 Data guided decision making Cool tools in the primary classroom Ensuring structural budget support for your 1:1 initiative Strategies to simplify access to PLTW and other academic resources (VMware) Data guided decision making Principal perspective on Digital Conversion leadership
110 Creating a Culture of Digital Citizenship Digital Conversion Consortium Cool tools in the primary classroom Teacher preparation and professional development Standards based grading in a digital classroom
136 Ensuring structural budget support for your 1:1 initiative Digital learning stations Tech Talk (informal Q & A session) Using IP Security to Secure your K-12 and Higher Education Campus (R-Options) Spotlight on strategies and Board Builder Spotlight on strategies and Board Builder
138 Our Digital Conversion Journey Digital Conversion Leadership - where do you start? Digital Conversion Leadership Q & A In our technology-based world, how are you changing your teaching to meet the needs of students? Our Digital Conversion Journey Digital Conversion Leadership - where do you start?
222 Using digital resources to create student-centered classrooms Teacher preparation and professional development Collaboration in the Science classroom Microsoft OneNote in the classroom Creating a Culture of Digital Citizenship
224 Tools for effective communication with parents and students Tech Talk (informal Q & A session) Cool tools for teachers Principal perspective on Digital Conversion leadership Cool tools for teachers

 

Documents and follow up information:

Presentation by Dr. Mark Edwards: <coming soon>

Link to Digital Citizenship video for students (requested by many attendees): https://ensemble.monroe.edu/Watch/Yc35QdDk

HITN grant for free mobile WiFi hotspots (if your district is qualified)
Your district might qualify for free mobile WiFi hotspots for your families in need. To find out if you qualify, please contact Nicole at HITN:

HITN
Nicole Jackson-Gilford
68 Flushing Avenue
Building 292, Suite 211
Brooklyn, NY 11205
Nicole Jackson-Gilford@hitn.org
(646) 731-3631


Breakout session documents:

Apps for literacy in the primary classroom

Cool tools in the primary classroom

Digital Conversion Consortium

Digital Conversion Leadership - where do you start?

Digital learning stations

Ensuring structural budget support for your 1:1 initiative

Getting started in a K-2 classroom

Instruction in a Digital Conversion classroom

Microsoft OneNote in the classroom

Our Digital Conversion Journey

Principal perspective on Digital Conversion leadership

Spotlight on strategies and Board Builder

Standards based grading in a digital classroom

Technical management and logistics: A-Z

Tools for effective communication with parents and students

Using digital resources to create student-centered classrooms