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Wednesday, August 7
 

10:00am

Maximum Efficiency & Organization with G Suite (O)
This session will share ideas for educators and leaders to help organize your day-to-day practices for maximum efficiency. Desktop organizers, Google Keep tips and tricks, and naming conventions for Docs and Drive will all be included. Most importantly, time to begin organizing will also take place!

Participants will create their own Desktop Organizer, learn to collaborate and set location or time-specific Keep notes, and have time to begin organizing their digital files.

Participants will create a Desktop Organizer that maximizes efficiency for offline digital files. 
Participants will learn strategies for day-to-day organization of digital files and workflow that increases efficiency.

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Speakers
avatar for Katie Vetro

Katie Vetro

Assistant Principal, MSAD 6- Bonny Eagle
Katie Vetro is currently the Assistant Principal of Hollis and George E. Jack Elementary Schools with the MSAD 6- Bonny Eagle School District. In her previous role as the K-5 Technology Coach at Buxton Center Elementary School she helped to integrate technology in the curriculum... Read More →


Wednesday August 7, 2019 10:00am - 11:00am
B113

11:15am

Purposeful 3D Printing with Google Drawings and Slides
Learn how K-12 students are using Google Drawings and Slides to 3D print with purpose. We'll also show you how Google Classroom and Forms can be used to manage your printing process.

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Speakers
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Laurie Delaney

Elementary Technology Coach, MSAD 6
Laurie Delaney has been an educator since 2007, working as a second grade teacher and a technology coach for the Bonny Eagle school district in Southern Maine. Laurie works in two elementary schools coaching K-5 teachers and students, who have 1:1 iPads, to use technology in new and... Read More →
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Susie Simmons

Technology Coach, Bonny Eagle Middle & High Schools (MSAD #6)
Susie Simmons is a certified Google for Education Trainer and instructional technology coach for Bonny Eagle Middle School & High School in Buxton/Standish, Maine. Her ed tech passions include 3D printing, virtual & augmented reality, spreadsheets, coding, and workload automating... Read More →


Wednesday August 7, 2019 11:15am - 12:15pm
B114

2:30pm

Leverage Use of Google Forms for Surveys, Feedback Quizzes, Signups and More! (O)
Intro Level! Learn how to use and leverage Google forms for surveys, formative assessments, student conferences, pre and post-tests, parent feedback and more!

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Speakers
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Joli Boucher

Instruction Technology Specialist, Plymouth Schools
Joli Boucher has been an educator for 20 years, serving the last five years as a Technology Integration Specialist within the Plymouth Public Schools, MA. She is a Google for Edu Certified Trainer and an Apple Teacher. She specializes in technology integration for elementary school... Read More →


Wednesday August 7, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm
B113
 
Thursday, August 8
 

9:40am

Mastering the Chromebook
Not just another pretty laptop, the Chromebook gives you access to the power of Google’s Chrome browser and any application and extension built to work with your Google account. It may not seem like it, but there is a lot of power, potential, and even a little pizazz inside just waiting to be unleashed.
In this session, we will explore the Chromebook and the features built into its operating system. We will review how to setup your device so that you can access many of its features even if you find yourself working offline.

Have a look at the new “flip” Chromebooks that have started to make their way into the classroom that blend laptop and tablet environments. Bring your Chromebook to the party and walk away a master of your device.


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Speakers
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Nick Shuman

Computer Science Teacher, York Middle School
Nick Shuman is a teacher for the York School Department and has a Masters degree in Technology Education. He is a Google For Education Certified Educator and Trainer, an Apple Certified Trainer and a Common Sense Certified Educator. Nick has taught Digital Citizenship to students... Read More →


Thursday August 8, 2019 9:40am - 10:40am
B318

10:50am

Power up Pedagogy with Screencasting via Screencastify!
Screencasting is not a new concept nor was it introduced with the cloud.  Teachers have been screencasting for years yet so many have never considered doing it.   With the increased adoption of student-centered learning, Universal Design for Learning, personalized learning, flipped learning, blended learning, screencasting skills are not optional.  

Why would you learn about screencasts?
  • Engage learners with video
  • Provide alternative means of learning
  • Provide accommodations
  • Give students a voice and choice
  • Flip your classroom with a quick video that you can use over an over again
  • Provide instruction when you are not in class or available for individual coaching
  • Screencasts can provide learners a student-centered and engaging learning experience in both distance and traditional learning settings.
  • Align your instruction with objectives, goals, and standards with your own direction 
  • Provide fast formative feedback (your voice and screen works better than a pen any day!)
In this session you will learn:
  • Specific ways to use screencasting with examples and directions
  • Tools for screencasting
  • How to create a screencast with Screencastify
  • How to share your screencast via Drive, YouTube, Sites, Forms, or Classroom!
This session will help those NEW to Screencasting and Screencastify but seasoned screencasters may get some good ideas to go further! :)

Coupon Code for Attendees: ALWT_GAPPS 

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Speakers
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Allison Mollica

USA Director, AppsEvents
Allison Mollica has a background in both business and education with a M. Ed. (Technology in Education)and an Advanced Professional Certificate (Online Teaching) from Lesley University. Currently, USA Director for AppsEvents (a global Google PD Partner), Allison has spent most of... Read More →


Thursday August 8, 2019 10:50am - 11:50am
B113

10:50am

Slides as a Tool for Creativity
Google Slides can be used for so much more than presentations.  Come learn about the powerful functions in Slides that allow for unlimited creativity and practical uses.  Try out templates for innovative student projects and classroom activities. (Beginner/Intermediate)

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Speakers
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Sheila Wells

Technology & Curriculum Integrator, RSU 21
Sheila Wells resides in Saco with her husband, Jeff. She has two sons who went through the Saco school system. Sheila spent 19 years in the middle school classroom teaching math, language arts and science. The last six years she has worked as the Technology & Curriculum Integrator... Read More →


Thursday August 8, 2019 10:50am - 11:50am
B114

12:00pm

Google Slides and Drawings: Where did you find that image?

Students are always looking for just the right image or graphic to make their digital work stand out. As teachers, we love using clip art and pictures to get parent and student attention. However, in a world of 'just Google it', it is important to teach and model for our students where to find images easily and legally. Learn more about navigating an image search, easy to use sites with copyright cleared images, and the importance of giving attribution to someone's creative work.  

Presentation Link: Where did you find that image?
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Speakers
avatar for Amy Chartrain

Amy Chartrain

Technology Integration Specialist, Salem, NH School District
Librarian turned Tech Integrator, I love coaching staff and students in how technology can be woven into curriculum to inspire, engage, create, and collaborate! I have worked in education for 12 years, first as a classroom paraprofessional, then as an elementary school librarian... Read More →


Thursday August 8, 2019 12:00pm - 1:00pm
B114