I am really interested in learning more about google and google classroom. I am sure there are more things that can be done with google classroom, and it would be cool to know the ins and outs.
I would second this and include the use of google docs
I would second this and include be interested in the effective use of google docs
I would love to learn about productivity apps for that principals would use.
I would like to learn about Twitter. I think it could be a great educational tool.
I would like to learn about using social media in forming professional learning communities.
I would like to learn about the use of Social Media in the ministry of Religious Education.
I would love to hear about more apps teachers are using that can be synced with google classroom for teacher and student use.
I would also be interested in hearing about ways teachers and administrators use mindfulness and/or meditation to help students with emotional or behavioral struggles.
What about an app speed dating where everyone shares an app with someone and moves on to the next. Would love to hear other people speak on digital formative assessment, makerspace, growth mindset. REALLY looking forward to the day.
I just tried out Socrative for an assessment and I like it. Students can complete the assessment on an iPad or computer.
Activities for 3D printing for all grades would be great!
I am looking for apps or websites that help preschoolers learn hand eye coordination between the mouse and the screen. Also how much technology is too much when it comes to the preschool age group, 3-5
This one of the websites that I use with our kindergarten for working with the mouse. Each games teacher a different skill. http://practicadelmouse.altervista.org/
I would like new ideas for morning meetings and also for how flexible seating works in classrooms.
I want to hear more ideas on the best content to integrate technology for 7th and 8th grade social studies. In particular, I am looking for recommended videos to post on my Google classroom
I would like to learn more about Google Classroom.
I would like to learn how to create interactive activities/worksheets on the SMART board.
I would like to learn more about the app called Seesaw.
This sounds like a wonderful opportunity for both veteran teachers and new teachers., and it is not just about technology. I would like to know more about mindfulness and the effect that it has on students.
I would love to hear any ideas from teachers who are currently using Microsoft 365 for Education (One Drive, One Note), as our school just started using it this year. I feel like it does so many more things that I haven't found yet!
Would love to find new ways to use my smart board more effectively for middle school math!
I would also be interested in finding out how to use google docs in my classroom
I am interested in iTunesU and how teachers use it in their classrooms.
If anyone is interested I could offer a session on the PA Department of Education's Standards Aligned System, which includes assessments that are similar to the standardized test format.