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Welcome to the Archdiocese of Los Angeles C3 Technology Conference 2018.  Here you can review the workshops and presenters and create your personal schedule.

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Thursday, August 9
 

10:30am

202 Making STAR Data Actionable: Goal Tracking and Identifying Effective Interventions
Hear how to use STAR goal tracking to set goals for students and to identify effective interventions. In the accreditations process, schools are asked to demonstrate that their interventions were effective. Learn how to set goals within STAR to track interventions and see models on how to use goal setting for various scenarios in the classroom.

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avatar for Armando Carvalho

Armando Carvalho

Principal, Divine Saviour School
Armando Carvalho was raised in San Diego, California where he attended a parochial elementary school and an Augustinian high school. He later attended Georgetown University in Washington, DC, where he earned his Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service. After college, he joined the... Read More →




Thursday August 9, 2018 10:30am - 11:45am
St. Robert's 353

10:30am

204 Critical Thinking with Google Questions as a Teaching Resource
Learn how to use Google Questions to facilitate students’ critical thinking by posing questions with articles, links and videos through Google, then transferring that discussion to your real world physical classroom setting and learning environment.

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avatar for Danielle Arzaga

Danielle Arzaga

Religious Studies, Providence High School
Danielle Arzaga is a teacher, yearbook advisor, counseling team member and co- moderator of the @piusmatthias Instagram account. For the past ten years, Danielle has worked in a variety of positions within the healthcare industry from Kaiser Permanente to Cardinal Health. She is a... Read More →



Thursday August 9, 2018 10:30am - 11:45am
St. Robert's 357

10:30am

208 History and Poetry using 21st Century E-Tools? Yes Indeed.
Analyzing History and Poetry using 21st Century E-Tools, participants will walk away with next day lessons and ideas to use with their students which combine tech tools, history, and poetry.

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Speakers
avatar for Leticia Citizen

Leticia Citizen

i4Coach, Beverly Hills Unified School District
Leticia Citizen, an educator for 20 years, is beginning her 2nd year as an i4Coach. She uses many tools of instruction to impactfully educate, with a particular interest in technology-enhanced teaching. As a result, she effectively implements many applications available to teachers... Read More →



Thursday August 9, 2018 10:30am - 11:45am
St. Robert's 358

10:30am

312 Formative Assessment with Flipgrid
Flipgrid is arguably one of the best apps out there. Flipgrid takes something students are obsessed with, videos, and brings them masterfully and powerfully into the classroom to spur discussion and allow students no matter how shy to respond in a way that is comfortable for them. While the session will be geared toward formative assessment, FlipGrid can be used for so much more!

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avatar for Amanda Taylor

Amanda Taylor

Director of Professional Learning, EdTechTeam
Amanda Taylor is a Director of Professional Development for EdTechTeam. She is passionate about helping other educators discover new and innovative ways to use technology to create hands-on learning environments. Amanda began her career in Austin, Texas as a CTE teacher and a FCCLA... Read More →



Thursday August 9, 2018 10:30am - 11:45am
St. Robert's 367

10:30am

401 Learn to Code With iPad
Coding is an essential skill that teaches problem-solving, develops teamwork, and inspires creativity. Join Apple to learn how you can engage elementary and middle school students in the world of coding on iPad with visual-based apps, Swift Playgrounds, and Everyone Can Code resources designed for teachers.

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Thursday August 9, 2018 10:30am - 11:45am
St. Robert's 355

10:30am

404 What’s New in Apple Technology Deployment and Management
Join us for an exclusive briefing about what’s new for schools in iOS and macOS. We believe technology has the power to transform the classroom and now it’s even easier to get devices in the hands of your students. See how Apple School Manager, a single destination for IT admins, simplifies and streamlines deployments. Experience Classroom, the powerful teaching assistant on iPad that helps teachers guide learning, share work, and manage devices. Explore new management features that enables schools to manage devices and the classroom experience. Hear about great new productivity and management features in iOS 11 and macOS High Sierra. Learn about zero-touch Apple TV deployment with tvOS 11 – no user input required. Don’t miss this opportunity to see how the latest technologies make learning more relevant and personal and prepare your learners for today’s mobile workforce.

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Thursday August 9, 2018 10:30am - 11:45am
St. Robert's 354

1:10pm

307 Four Fantastic and Fast Formative Assessment Tools
Are you stuck using popsicle sticks and whiteboards to check for understanding? This session will show you four different digital tools you can use in the classroom for real-time formative assessment. Learn how to get feedback from every student, every day with the use of Flippity, Socrative, Kahoot, or Plickers.

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Speakers
avatar for Amanda Taylor

Amanda Taylor

Director of Professional Learning, EdTechTeam
Amanda Taylor is a Director of Professional Development for EdTechTeam. She is passionate about helping other educators discover new and innovative ways to use technology to create hands-on learning environments. Amanda began her career in Austin, Texas as a CTE teacher and a FCCLA... Read More →



Thursday August 9, 2018 1:10pm - 2:25pm
St. Robert's 367

1:10pm

402 Create With Clips: A New App for Making Videos
Get an in-depth look at Clips, a new app that makes it quick and fun for anyone to create expressive videos on iPhone and iPad. Learn power tips and tricks for getting the most out of Clips and discover the infinite possibilities for storytelling, assessment, presentation and more.

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Thursday August 9, 2018 1:10pm - 2:25pm
St. Robert's 354

2:35pm

102 Paving a Road to Understanding Through Simple Digital Video Creation with CLIPS
Engage your students in the study of religion and other subjects by having them create digital video products that explain their understanding of concepts. Learn how to use a simple and free video production app called Clips (for iPad or iPhone), see examples, and create one of your own. Walk away inspired and confident to use this tool on the first day of classes. 

Presentation Link: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1XFV1GnoCcEuUtF8j54i2lXc-0KvtY3w4nXs5IFM_onw/edit?usp=sharing

If you will have an iPad or iPhone with you, prior to the session, update it to the latest iOS and download Clips from the App store.

Presentation Slides: bit.ly/C3TechClips

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Speakers
avatar for April Garcez

April Garcez

April Garcez teaches at Mayfield Senior School in the Theology and Social Studies Department. She began her teaching career thirteen years ago at Saint Joseph High School in Lakewood, Ca. After, she moved to Washington, DC where she taught at Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart... Read More →
avatar for Elaine Wrenn

Elaine Wrenn

Director of Educational Leadership, Knowing Technologies
Elaine Wrenn serves as the Director of Educational Leadership and Strategy in Southern California at Knowing Technologies. She began her career as a teacher at The Lab School at UCLA and served at Echo Horizon School for 24 years in a variety of roles including Assistant Head of School... Read More →



Thursday August 9, 2018 2:35pm - 3:50pm
St. Robert's 234

2:35pm

113 Dynamic PowerPoint Visuals for Your Formation Classes and Ministries
Learn the basics and more about how to navigate around Microsoft Office PowerPoint software and create dynamic presentations. Get ready to use a powerful and effective tool in sharing information and messages to parish ministries and formation classes, allowing for more open and engaged discussions. PowerPoint, Prezi, Visme. Presbee platforms and Google slides will be previewed.

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Speakers
MD

Manny Delacruz

Manny is an active member of St. Denis Catholic Church in Diamond Bar and is involved in the teaching ministries for the RCIA, Sunday Bible Study & Adult Confirmation Classes and serves as a Eucharistic Minister to the Homebound. He graduated with a BS in Business Administration with... Read More →



Thursday August 9, 2018 2:35pm - 3:50pm
St. Robert's 104

2:35pm

127 Getting More Out of Parish Systems
Learn how to build a lively, engaged and connected community using systems to:
  • Efficiently target volunteers or donors by interests, past [non-]participation, and/or neighborhood;
  • Reach people on key dates/for key occasions
  • Be more welcoming and show more gratitude
  • Integrate your system(s) with your website
  • Get the information that’s important to you and keep it current and clean across all your parish (some may be keeping separate records)
  • Integrate online giving for increased collections
  • Do all this while still using your systems for what you depend on them for now.
Receive tips from current Parish Business Managers making effective use of their systems.

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Speakers
avatar for Jim Celoni

Jim Celoni

Technical Evangelist, Archdiocese of Los Angeles
Jim Celoni is the Technical Evangelist for the Archdiocese and helps parishes, schools, and Archdiocesan offices exploit technologies to fulfill our mission (archla.org/c3rs).  He is also a music minister (accompanist, choir director, composer) and a blogger (liturgicaldress.com... Read More →



Thursday August 9, 2018 2:35pm - 3:50pm
St. Robert's 233

2:35pm

208 History and Poetry using 21st Century E-Tools? Yes Indeed.
Analyzing History and Poetry using 21st Century E-Tools, participants will walk away with next day lessons and ideas to use with their students which combine tech tools, history, and poetry.

Feedback Survey

Speakers
avatar for Leticia Citizen

Leticia Citizen

i4Coach, Beverly Hills Unified School District
Leticia Citizen, an educator for 20 years, is beginning her 2nd year as an i4Coach. She uses many tools of instruction to impactfully educate, with a particular interest in technology-enhanced teaching. As a result, she effectively implements many applications available to teachers... Read More →



Thursday August 9, 2018 2:35pm - 3:50pm
St. Robert's 358

2:35pm

306 Making Thinking Visible with Seesaw Learning Journal
In this hands-on session, we will investigate many purposeful ways we can use Seesaw on laptops, Chromebooks or tablets to make student thinking and learning visible in our classrooms. Through the use of fun and inspiring challenges, we will learn all the powerful ways we can use Seesaw to transform teaching and engagement in our classrooms. Participants will also leave with a collection of hundreds of digital graphic organizers and template activities to support student learning. For beginners and intermediate learners.

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Speakers
avatar for Chris Bell

Chris Bell

Design Strategist, EdTechTeam
Former teacher, school, and district administrator in K-12 now COO and Design Strategist at EdTechTeam supportingeducators to transform learning experiences for all students! Book hoarder, tinkerer, learner, and always looking for new and interesting challenges.



Thursday August 9, 2018 2:35pm - 3:50pm
St. Robert's 361

2:35pm

400 Create With iPad and Apple Apps
iPads open-up new opportunities for learning. Join us for a hands-on journey with powerful creation apps on iPad. Unlock your iPad, snap a photo, launch Clips, build your video and bring it all together with Keynote – then share what you have made with the world.

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Thursday August 9, 2018 2:35pm - 3:50pm
St. Robert's 355

2:35pm

403 What’s New for iPad in Education
iPad is a powerful way to learn, and now iOS 11 delivers powerful new productivity tools. Explore the new Files app, the new Dock, intuitive multitasking, built-in screen recording and new features in the Notes app. Learn about classroom workflows using the Classroom app, Apple apps and more.

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Thursday August 9, 2018 2:35pm - 3:50pm
St. Robert's 354
 
Friday, August 10
 

8:45am

201 Robotics 101
Learn how to implement a hands-on robotics program in your school culture to build interest in the areas of science and engineering for middle school students. Learn how to implement core values (i.e. teamwork, problem solving) in the school robotics program. Workshop attendees will get a close look at the Ozobot, Edison Robot and EV3 Mindstorm.

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Speakers
avatar for Angelica Escobedo

Angelica Escobedo

Gr. 6 Teacher, St. Euphrasia School
Angelica has been a teacher for seventeen years. First with LAUSD and most recently with St. Euphrasia School where she teaches Middle School Religion and Science. She was Director of the Education department at MEND, a non-profit multi-service organization for four years. Angelica... Read More →



Friday August 10, 2018 8:45am - 10:00am
St. Robert's 234

8:45am

203 Preparing Students for 2030
Join us for an interactive workshop to construct new knowledge to better serve our 21st Century Learners. Hear about the newest research in global education for Catholic PreK- 12 schools; connect with other educators who recognize the urgency and relevance for global competency; and, walk away with a starter-kit of resources to augment your curricular connections to Catholic Social Justice Teachings, the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals and more.

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Friday August 10, 2018 8:45am - 10:00am
St. Robert's 239

8:45am

205 Powerful Routines to Change Mathematics Instruction: Using Web-Based Resources to Enrich Math Education
Routines for the Mathematics Classroom:  Teaching thinking routines that integrate the Math Practices.  
These routines will:
  • Allow for greater focus on learning.
  • Help students and teachers build crucial mathematical thinking habits.
  • Provide a wider range of learners with access to the development and use of the math practices.
  • Add rigor to your Math class.

Participants will learn how to create and implement thinking rountines that impact student learning in Math. Feedback Survey

Speakers
avatar for Joseph Inverso

Joseph Inverso

Instructional Coach, LUSD
Joseph Inverso is an educator who has taught in both public and private schools since 2000. He is currently working as an Instructional Math Coach for LUSD. A product of 12 years of Catholic Education, Mr. Inverso has earned both his Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Communications as... Read More →




Friday August 10, 2018 8:45am - 10:00am
St. Robert's 233

8:45am

303 BreakoutEDU
In this session, attendees will learn about Breakout EDU through playing one of the games. Each of the 200+ games require critical thinking, creativity, and teamwork. In this session players will experience a game and learn how they can bring Breakout EDU back to their school or classroom. You can learn more about how Breakout EDU works at BreakoutEDU.com/welcome

Feedback Survey

Speakers
avatar for Amanda Taylor

Amanda Taylor

Director of Professional Learning, EdTechTeam
Amanda Taylor is a Director of Professional Development for EdTechTeam. She is passionate about helping other educators discover new and innovative ways to use technology to create hands-on learning environments. Amanda began her career in Austin, Texas as a CTE teacher and a FCCLA... Read More →



Friday August 10, 2018 8:45am - 10:00am
St. Robert's 106

8:45am

503 ROBOTICS Park
Come see and learn about resources middle school and high school can use to establish a robotics club and class. Visit with the Clark Magnet High School Robotics Club, JPL's Open Source Rover and Sony with their KOOV kits. Activities, fun and robots, is there anything better than that?

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Friday August 10, 2018 8:45am - 2:45pm
St. Robert's Courtyard

8:45am

504 MAKER Activities
Maker spaces, and areas are becoming very popular and for all the right reasons. This area will include Knowing Technologies' Inspiration Stations: Immerse, Explore, Create activities. The session will conclude with a MAKER space panel discussion with information on a new MAKER project for the Archdiocese.

Feedback Survey


Friday August 10, 2018 8:45am - 2:45pm
St. Robert's Auditorum

10:10am

503 ROBOTICS Park
Come see and learn about resources middle school and high school can use to establish a robotics club and class. Visit with the Clark Magnet High School Robotics Club, JPL's Open Source Rover and Sony with their KOOV kits. Activities, fun and robots, is there anything better than that?


Friday August 10, 2018 10:10am - 11:25am
St. Robert's Courtyard

10:10am

205 Powerful Routines to Change Mathematics Instruction: Using Web-Based Resources to Enrich Math Education
Routines for the Mathematics Classroom:  Teaching thinking routines that integrate the Math Practices. 
These routines will:
  • Allow for greater focus on learning.
  • Help students and teachers build crucial mathematical thinking habits.
  • Provide a wider range of learners with access to the development and use of the math practices.
  • Add rigor to your Math class.

Participants will learn how to create and implement thinking rountines that impact student learning in Math. Feedback Survey

Speakers
avatar for Joseph Inverso

Joseph Inverso

Instructional Coach, LUSD
Joseph Inverso is an educator who has taught in both public and private schools since 2000. He is currently working as an Instructional Math Coach for LUSD. A product of 12 years of Catholic Education, Mr. Inverso has earned both his Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Communications as... Read More →



Friday August 10, 2018 10:10am - 11:25am
St. Robert's 237

10:10am

209 21st Century eTool Open House with a Techy Twist
Learn how to shift the responsibility from the teacher to the students during Open House. Learn ways to incorporate interactive, technology-enhanced activities that engage the families and leave your classroom excited as you review the school year.

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Speakers
avatar for Leticia Citizen

Leticia Citizen

i4Coach, Beverly Hills Unified School District
Leticia Citizen, an educator for 20 years, is beginning her 2nd year as an i4Coach. She uses many tools of instruction to impactfully educate, with a particular interest in technology-enhanced teaching. As a result, she effectively implements many applications available to teachers... Read More →



Friday August 10, 2018 10:10am - 11:25am
St. Robert's 233

10:10am

303 BreakoutEDU
In this session, attendees will learn about Breakout EDU through playing one of the games. Each of the 200+ games require critical thinking, creativity, and teamwork. In this session players will experience a game and learn how they can bring Breakout EDU back to their school or classroom. You can learn more about how Breakout EDU works at BreakoutEDU.com/welcome

Feedback Survey

Speakers
avatar for Amanda Taylor

Amanda Taylor

Director of Professional Learning, EdTechTeam
Amanda Taylor is a Director of Professional Development for EdTechTeam. She is passionate about helping other educators discover new and innovative ways to use technology to create hands-on learning environments. Amanda began her career in Austin, Texas as a CTE teacher and a FCCLA... Read More →



Friday August 10, 2018 10:10am - 11:25am
St. Robert's 106

10:15am

504 MAKER Activities
Maker spaces, and areas are becoming very popular and for all the right reasons. This area will include Knowing Technologies' Inspiration Stations: Immerse, Explore, Create activities. The session will conclude with a MAKER space panel discussion with information on a new MAKER project for the Archdiocese.


Friday August 10, 2018 10:15am - 11:30am
St. Robert's Auditorum

1:00pm

503 ROBOTICS Park
Come see and learn about resources middle school and high school can use to establish a robotics club and class. Visit with the Clark Magnet High School Robotics Club, JPL's Open Source Rover and Sony with their KOOV kits. Activities, fun and robots, is there anything better than that?


Friday August 10, 2018 1:00pm - 2:15pm
St. Robert's Courtyard

1:00pm

201 Robotics 101
Learn how to implement a hands-on robotics program in your school culture to build interest in the areas of science and engineering for middle school students. Learn how to implement core values (i.e. teamwork, problem solving) in the school robotics program. Workshop attendees will get a close look at the Ozobot, Edison Robot and EV3 Mindstorm.

Feedback Survey

Speakers
avatar for Angelica Escobedo

Angelica Escobedo

Gr. 6 Teacher, St. Euphrasia School
Angelica has been a teacher for seventeen years. First with LAUSD and most recently with St. Euphrasia School where she teaches Middle School Religion and Science. She was Director of the Education department at MEND, a non-profit multi-service organization for four years. Angelica... Read More →



Friday August 10, 2018 1:00pm - 2:15pm
St. Robert's 234

1:00pm

302 Developing a Maker Culture at Your School
Developing a maker culture in your school is not about the stuff. It’s not just about technology, it’s not about chairs or tables on wheels, it’s not about whiteboards, 3D printers, or other things. It’s about creating the vision for the student experience first. In this session, we will unpack the design considerations and offer a path for developing a maker mindset within your school starting in primary on through high school.

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Speakers
avatar for Chris Bell

Chris Bell

Design Strategist, EdTechTeam
Former teacher, school, and district administrator in K-12 now COO and Design Strategist at EdTechTeam supportingeducators to transform learning experiences for all students! Book hoarder, tinkerer, learner, and always looking for new and interesting challenges.



Friday August 10, 2018 1:00pm - 2:15pm
St. Robert's 104

1:00pm

303 BreakoutEDU
In this session, attendees will learn about Breakout EDU through playing one of the games. Each of the 200+ games require critical thinking, creativity, and teamwork. In this session players will experience a game and learn how they can bring Breakout EDU back to their school or classroom. You can learn more about how Breakout EDU works at BreakoutEDU.com/welcome

Feedback Survey

Speakers
avatar for Amanda Taylor

Amanda Taylor

Director of Professional Learning, EdTechTeam
Amanda Taylor is a Director of Professional Development for EdTechTeam. She is passionate about helping other educators discover new and innovative ways to use technology to create hands-on learning environments. Amanda began her career in Austin, Texas as a CTE teacher and a FCCLA... Read More →



Friday August 10, 2018 1:00pm - 2:15pm
St. Robert's 106

1:00pm

 
Saturday, August 11
 

10:30am

125 Much Better Staff and Team Meetings
Digital media apps and collaboration tools can allow crafting staff meetings that inspire teachers to work together in new ways, see new possibilities for school improvement, and launch new initiatives. Join in as we look at how to use current technologies to revamp how you can work with your teams to make your meetings far more powerful experiences for everyone, and to strengthen morale and professional satisfaction along the way. 
Slides and Resources
 
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Speakers
avatar for Rushton Hurley

Rushton Hurley

Exec. Director and Lead Janitor, NextVista.org
Rushton Hurley is an educator who believes this is a great time to teach. In his work, he has taught Japanese language, been principal of an online school, directed a professional development program, and succeeded as a social benefit entrepreneur. He loves creativity, collaborative... Read More →



Saturday August 11, 2018 10:30am - 11:45am
St. Robert's 234

10:30am

202 Making STAR Data Actionable: Goal Tracking and Identifying Effective Interventions
Hear how to use STAR goal tracking to set goals for students and to identify effective interventions. In the accreditations process, schools are asked to demonstrate that their interventions were effective. Learn how to set goals within STAR to track interventions and see models on how to use goal setting for various scenarios in the classroom.

Feedback Survey

Speakers
avatar for Armando Carvalho

Armando Carvalho

Principal, Divine Saviour School
Armando Carvalho was raised in San Diego, California where he attended a parochial elementary school and an Augustinian high school. He later attended Georgetown University in Washington, DC, where he earned his Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service. After college, he joined the... Read More →




Saturday August 11, 2018 10:30am - 11:45am
St. Robert's 353

10:30am

204 Critical Thinking with Google Questions as a Teaching Resource
Learn how to use Google Questions to facilitate students’ critical thinking by posing questions with articles, links and videos through Google, then transferring that discussion to your real world physical classroom setting and learning environment.

Feedback Survey

Speakers
avatar for Danielle Arzaga

Danielle Arzaga

Religious Studies, Providence High School
Danielle Arzaga is a teacher, yearbook advisor, counseling team member and co- moderator of the @piusmatthias Instagram account. For the past ten years, Danielle has worked in a variety of positions within the healthcare industry from Kaiser Permanente to Cardinal Health. She is a... Read More →



Saturday August 11, 2018 10:30am - 11:45am
St. Robert's 356

10:30am

309 Getting Going With iPad and G-Suite
This interactive session is designed to guide, inspire and empower educators using G- Suite on an iPad. Participants will develop an understanding for the teacher workflow and student experience as they work through classroom examples using Docs and Slides. This is targeted to the beginner audience, but intermediate users will find many tips and tricks as well.

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Speakers
avatar for Amanda Taylor

Amanda Taylor

Director of Professional Learning, EdTechTeam
Amanda Taylor is a Director of Professional Development for EdTechTeam. She is passionate about helping other educators discover new and innovative ways to use technology to create hands-on learning environments. Amanda began her career in Austin, Texas as a CTE teacher and a FCCLA... Read More →



Saturday August 11, 2018 10:30am - 11:45am
St. Robert's 355

10:30am

311 What If HyperDocs and AppSmashing Had a Baby? Meet #Smashboard
Learn how a Google Innovator Project turned into a full-on student craze at Charlotte Lab School. Students devouring complex learning experiences and begging for more? Yes, please! Turn your ho-hum lesson plans into deeply engaging experiences where each student or group creates a unique product that they want to write home about! Using a simple Google Slides template and well-designed logic sequence, you can unleash your classroom creativity with nothing but free web-based tools or cross platform mobile apps. Note that this session is an extension of the #DesignTeaching concept.

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Speakers
avatar for Chris Bell

Chris Bell

Design Strategist, EdTechTeam
Former teacher, school, and district administrator in K-12 now COO and Design Strategist at EdTechTeam supportingeducators to transform learning experiences for all students! Book hoarder, tinkerer, learner, and always looking for new and interesting challenges.



Saturday August 11, 2018 10:30am - 11:45am
St. Robert's 354

1:05pm

113 Dynamic PowerPoint Visuals for Your Formation Classes and Ministries
Learn the basics and more about how to navigate around Microsoft Office PowerPoint software and create dynamic presentations. Get ready to use a powerful and effective tool in sharing information and messages to parish ministries and formation classes, allowing for more open and engaged discussions. PowerPoint, Prezi, Visme. Presbee platforms and Google slides will be previewed.

Feedback Survey

Speakers
MD

Manny Delacruz

Manny is an active member of St. Denis Catholic Church in Diamond Bar and is involved in the teaching ministries for the RCIA, Sunday Bible Study & Adult Confirmation Classes and serves as a Eucharistic Minister to the Homebound. He graduated with a BS in Business Administration with... Read More →



Saturday August 11, 2018 1:05pm - 2:20pm
St. Robert's 104

1:05pm

126 The Power of Simple Digital Media
Online audio and video tools keep getting easier to use, and still, the challenge for any message is how well it is crafted. Join this session to learn how the newest free tools work, and we'll also share ideas on how to use them to promote projects at your church, share stories within the family, and help youth think more clearly about the messages they send using what's available. All of the tools we explore will be either free or have free versions that can help you produce solid media pieces. 
Slides and Resources
 
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Speakers
avatar for Rushton Hurley

Rushton Hurley

Exec. Director and Lead Janitor, NextVista.org
Rushton Hurley is an educator who believes this is a great time to teach. In his work, he has taught Japanese language, been principal of an online school, directed a professional development program, and succeeded as a social benefit entrepreneur. He loves creativity, collaborative... Read More →



Saturday August 11, 2018 1:05pm - 2:20pm
St. Robert's 234

1:05pm

213 Finding the Time:  How to Integrate Classroom Technology Skills and Still Have a Life
“OK, I understand that we need to build a technology rich classroom, but I have papers to grade!”  Learn how to examine attitudes and approaches to developing necessary classroom technology skills without losing one’s balance, one’s patience, or one’s mind.

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avatar for Gregory Dhuyvetter

Gregory Dhuyvetter

Lead Consultant, Catholic School Management
Greg Dhuyvetter is celebrating his 34th year in Education. For the first 28 years he was an English teacher and administrator at Mater Dei High School and for the past five he has served as Superintendent for the Diocese of Orange California. He has been involved in educational technology... Read More →



Saturday August 11, 2018 1:05pm - 2:20pm
St. Robert's 356

1:05pm

304 Level Up with Google Certifications
In this session, we will explore various Google certification options, explain the application processes, and detail the benefits of becoming a Google Certified Teacher, Google Certified Individual, Google Education Trainer Level 1 and 2 as well as Google Certified Innovator. We will reveal suggestions, ideas, and secrets to help your application stand out. Come discover which option is the best fit for you!

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Speakers
avatar for Chris Bell

Chris Bell

Design Strategist, EdTechTeam
Former teacher, school, and district administrator in K-12 now COO and Design Strategist at EdTechTeam supportingeducators to transform learning experiences for all students! Book hoarder, tinkerer, learner, and always looking for new and interesting challenges.



Saturday August 11, 2018 1:05pm - 2:20pm
St. Robert's 354

1:05pm

308 Form-ative Assessments with Google Forms
In this hands-on session with Google Forms, participants will learn how to create and manage forms, select from various question types, analyze results, and more! While the session will be geared toward formative assessment, Forms can be used for so much more!

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Speakers
avatar for Amanda Taylor

Amanda Taylor

Director of Professional Learning, EdTechTeam
Amanda Taylor is a Director of Professional Development for EdTechTeam. She is passionate about helping other educators discover new and innovative ways to use technology to create hands-on learning environments. Amanda began her career in Austin, Texas as a CTE teacher and a FCCLA... Read More →



Saturday August 11, 2018 1:05pm - 2:20pm
St. Robert's 355

2:30pm

102 Paving a Road to Understanding Through Simple Digital Video Creation with CLIPS
Engage your students in the study of religion and other subjects by having them create digital video products that explain their understanding of concepts. Learn how to use a simple and free video production app called Clips (for iPad or iPhone), see examples, and create one of your own. Walk away inspired and confident to use this tool on the first day of classes. 
If you will have an iPad or iPhone with you, prior to the session, update it to the latest iOS and download Clips from the App store.

Presentaton Slides: bit.ly/C3TechClips

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Speakers
avatar for April Garcez

April Garcez

April Garcez teaches at Mayfield Senior School in the Theology and Social Studies Department. She began her teaching career thirteen years ago at Saint Joseph High School in Lakewood, Ca. After, she moved to Washington, DC where she taught at Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart... Read More →
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Elaine Wrenn

Director of Educational Leadership, Knowing Technologies
Elaine Wrenn serves as the Director of Educational Leadership and Strategy in Southern California at Knowing Technologies. She began her career as a teacher at The Lab School at UCLA and served at Echo Horizon School for 24 years in a variety of roles including Assistant Head of School... Read More →



Saturday August 11, 2018 2:30pm - 3:45pm
St. Robert's 234

2:30pm

203 Preparing Students for 2030
Join us for an interactive workshop to construct new knowledge to better serve our 21st Century Learners. Hear about the newest research in global education for Catholic PreK- 12 schools; connect with other educators who recognize the urgency and relevance for global competency; and, walk away with a starter-kit of resources to augment your curricular connections to Catholic Social Justice Teachings, the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals and more.

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Saturday August 11, 2018 2:30pm - 3:45pm
St. Robert's 358

2:30pm

212 But Is It Good? Supporting and Evaluating Technology in Teaching
A school invests in the latest classroom technology and training for teachers, but how is a principal to know, whether during walk-throughs or formal observations whether this technology is supporting solid pedagogy. Are the students learning? Or is it just for show? Learn how to examine ways for principals to support, develop, and evaluate teachers in their effective use of classroom technology.

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Gregory Dhuyvetter

Lead Consultant, Catholic School Management
Greg Dhuyvetter is celebrating his 34th year in Education. For the first 28 years he was an English teacher and administrator at Mater Dei High School and for the past five he has served as Superintendent for the Diocese of Orange California. He has been involved in educational technology... Read More →



Saturday August 11, 2018 2:30pm - 3:45pm
St. Robert's 235