Calling all Education Superheros to East Noble School Corporation’s annual summer conference – Knight Time Technology.
Presenters are welcome from ALL districts. We encourage your creativity in sharing topic proposals and ideas!
This post is all about YOU and how YOU can help continue to make Knight Time Technology an #edtech summer success in Northeast Indiana. Once again, we are accepting proposals for presentations. Fill out the form below or click here to submit a proposal. If selected, you will receive a copy of SnagIt by Techsmith, Free breakfast and lunch, and a free registration. You Have Great Things to Share – if you don’t think so, ask me and I’ll remind you!
East Noble School Corp sends another HUGE Thank You to the Indiana Department of Education’s office of eLearning.
About the types of conference sessions:
Concurrent Sessions are traditional 50 minute presentations where you will share and discuss a topic with your peers.
Round Table Sessions are more of a discussion surrounding a topic with much more interaction from the group.
Poster Sessions are something new we’re offering and would be great with students. You will set up a booth similar to a science fair where attendees will have the opportunity to discuss 1-1 a project or topic you are displaying. There will be many of these tables displayed in a single area.
Just a few topic suggestions : educreations.com, TedEd.com, research tools, SnagIt/Camtasia, eLearning planning by subject or grade, Google Drive/Docs, Windows 8 and Office 365, Canvas, Blogger, Student Creation with iOS, Student Creation 13 and under, Student Creation Tools Laptop, Beginning of Year Procedures, X number of Apps to do X, Social Media with Parents, Social Media with Students, Apps for Writing, YouTube, Flipped Classrooms in Elementary, Flipped PD, Flipped anything, Parent Engagement with Tech, Get Going with Social Media, How to write a blog post, laptop collaborative sites, student flipped ideas, student created presentations, Google Forms in the classroom, Apps to record voice, Apps to record video, apps to help explain a topic, student organization tips, teacher organization with tech, Bookmarking apps and tools, Feedly and Pocket, Shared Collaboration with Google, How do I shutdown my laptop with Windows 8 and other tips, Screencast with your class, Sync all Devices together, Email Organization, Merge Tech with existing stuff in classroom, SAMR – explain throughly, Help me move a project up SAMR, Always Connected and Always Learning, 1-1 extra curricular activities, Kidblog, Digital Exit Tickets, Socrative, PBL in X, Camtasia, Class Digital Culture, Digital Badges, Coding, Coding with Students, Garage Band to Learn, Digital Story Telling, Class Dojo, Ask3, Digital Citizenship Resources, Screencast with iOS, and as always you can submit to have the full sessions on Pinterest in Education.