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Wednesday, July 16
 

11:00am EDT

Bringing Books to Life
Learn how to bring books to life using stop-motion animation and green screen technology. Your students will improve fluency, comprehension and become life long lovers of reading.

Moderators
DC

Dr. Christine Olmstead

Associate Superintendent of Educational Services, Orange County Department of Education

Speakers

Wednesday July 16, 2014 11:00am - 11:20am EDT
Plaza Ballroom

11:30am EDT

NewsActivist.com- An Academic Social Network Built By and For Teachers and Students
Newsactivist.com is an open academic global network built by Champlain College Humanities Department Chair Gabriel Flacks. The site was built to facilitate cross-campus and cross-border collaboration between teachers and students and to engage students in writing thoughtfully and critically about contemporary issues.The site provides each student a personal page for writing linked within a local class network, but also within an international network of other student writers, allowing students to share perspectives with ease and in an academic environment.
It is easy to use and free for teachers and students. It is presently being used by dozens of teachers and thousands of students collaborating on feedback activities to enhance courses in Humanities, Sociology, English, Business, French, and ESL. Attendants of this workshop will 1. discover why and how the site was needed in order to allow for the effective collaboration of Flacks and his teaching partners; 2. find out how the site can help teachers find local or global collaborative partners for collaborative online international learning exercises and 3. to learn how use of the site can easily enhance courses in almost any discipline with low barriers to access.


Moderators
DC

Dr. Christine Olmstead

Associate Superintendent of Educational Services, Orange County Department of Education

Speakers
avatar for Gabriel Flacks

Gabriel Flacks

Humanities Department Chair / Founder Champlain College, Saint-Lambert, Champlain College/ linkreducation.com
I am a Humanities Teacher and also the Humanities Department Coordinator at Champlain College Saint-Lambert. I developed linkreducation.com. Each provides an academic network of student writers and collaborating teachers who use the platform to make cross-campus collaborative work... Read More →


Wednesday July 16, 2014 11:30am - 11:50am EDT
Plaza Ballroom

12:30pm EDT

How to Start a Copernican Revolution
Who would have thought that one simple technique could transform a classroom into a 'student-centric' culture of learning? Learn how to teach students to ask their own questions using the Question Formulation Technique (QFT) and discover how easy it is to slingshot students into deeper trajectories  of learning.

Moderators
DC

Dr. Christine Olmstead

Associate Superintendent of Educational Services, Orange County Department of Education

Speakers
avatar for Chris Long

Chris Long

Ed. Tech Coordinator, Huntington Beach Union High School District
Chris Long is an instructional leader who is passionate about using technology to create collective and innovative environments to improve teaching and learning. With 18 years of high school physics teaching experience, Chris thrives when he is helping students and educators to ask... Read More →


Wednesday July 16, 2014 12:30pm - 12:50pm EDT
Plaza Ballroom

1:00pm EDT

Blast Bad Behavior and Conquer Curriculum
Provide teachers with strategies that give more time to teach while freeing principals from being constant disciplinarians, and increasing their time to be educational leaders. Learn how to dramatically increase instruction time, and decrease time spent giving multiple warnings/repeated requests. One of the greatest misconceptions in education is that students come to school knowing how to behave. With the numerous low level interruptions teachers experience each day, precious instructional time is lost. Classroom techniques will be shared that enhance learning, reduce teacher stress, and dramatically decrease the number of student referrals. This leading edge seminar demonstrates highly successful discipline strategies/tools that work! These tools enable teachers to: teach disrespectful students to be respectful, and motivate the most challenging students. There will be time to teach because the classroom will be a safe, calm, productive environment. These smart, proven, practical strategies can be effectively used at every grade level. They are supported by leading educational researchers such as Marzano, and have been tested in classrooms across America for over 20 years. Teachers will be able to spend time doing what they do best…teaching!

Moderators
DC

Dr. Christine Olmstead

Associate Superintendent of Educational Services, Orange County Department of Education

Speakers
avatar for Teresa Johns

Teresa Johns

Education consultant/Master teacher/ Educational entrepreneur
I have proven methods to share that reduce student disciplinary problems and meet the increasing demands for student performance. These strategies are research based and results driven. Learn how to remain clam and respond right when students challenge. Conflict is inevitable... Read More →


Wednesday July 16, 2014 1:00pm - 1:20pm EDT
Plaza Ballroom

1:30pm EDT

How Movement Helps the Brain Function and May Lead to Higher Test Scores
In this session you will learn about websites that you can use for 1-3 minutes to get children and adults moving. You will learn some stretches and moves that may help students' brains function better for exams. You will see how building these 1-3 minute breaks into your day are easy, fun and practical that anyone in a classroom or a business setting can use. Do you want more productive students and colleagues? If you said YES, then this CUE tip is for you.  

Moderators
DC

Dr. Christine Olmstead

Associate Superintendent of Educational Services, Orange County Department of Education

Speakers
DE

Deborah Engen

National Educational Workshop Consultant, Adjunct Professor, North Dakota State University
Deborah is currently serving as a national educational workshop consultant and a graduate level adjunct professor. She has published two children's books and travels around the country speaking on the following topics: Discipline with Love and Logic, Kids in Crisis, Student Achievement... Read More →


Wednesday July 16, 2014 1:30pm - 1:50pm EDT
Plaza Ballroom

2:00pm EDT

Student Digital Leaders
A grassroots movement has led to Student Digital Leadership initiatives operating in a number of UK schools, both at primary (elementary) and secondary (high school) level. Until recently, there has been no mechanism to provide transferable recognition for the skills and achievements that students acquire in these roles. Mozilla's Open Badges technology offers an opportunity for addressing this, whereby students are able to collect badges for the roles they take on and display them on selected websites - for example, social networking profiles, job sites, online CVs and more ..

The session will describe how the SDL initiative is operating in UK schools, including the roles that students typically take on, and the design and development of the badging framework that helps define each badge/role.

Moderators
DC

Dr. Christine Olmstead

Associate Superintendent of Educational Services, Orange County Department of Education

Speakers
avatar for Glyn Barritt

Glyn Barritt

Social Learning Manager, SSAT
SSAT organisation is now four years old and rebuilding its reputation for excellence in education support .. helping teachers and school leaders to meet educational priorities and to develop a vision in which the education system as a whole enables every student to reach their full... Read More →


Wednesday July 16, 2014 2:00pm - 2:20pm EDT
Plaza Ballroom

2:30pm EDT

Regain Your Sanity and Desire to Teach
Request or command, how do you address your students? Are you an authoritarian, permissive, or an authoritative teacher? Do you even know the difference? Why does it matter? Knowing is the difference between a healthy and dysfunctional classroom. Who is in charge, you or your students? Is your classroom a place of rebellion and frustration for you and the students, a classroom where anything goes, or is it a teacher facilitated and student-centered? Come discover the style that engages students and lets them know you truly care. It has been said that students don't care how much you know until they know how much you care. Turn your classroom around and get your sanity back!

Moderators
DC

Dr. Christine Olmstead

Associate Superintendent of Educational Services, Orange County Department of Education

Speakers
avatar for Teresa Johns

Teresa Johns

Education consultant/Master teacher/ Educational entrepreneur
I have proven methods to share that reduce student disciplinary problems and meet the increasing demands for student performance. These strategies are research based and results driven. Learn how to remain clam and respond right when students challenge. Conflict is inevitable... Read More →


Wednesday July 16, 2014 2:30pm - 2:50pm EDT
Plaza Ballroom

3:00pm EDT

Greatness with Google
Greatness begins with Google:  Utilize Google Drive and its corresponding apps to create new and innovative ways to collect and analyze data, collaborate on documents, presentations, spreadsheets and even drawings, all while maintaining access through multiple platforms.  

Moderators
DC

Dr. Christine Olmstead

Associate Superintendent of Educational Services, Orange County Department of Education

Speakers
avatar for Michael Fore

Michael Fore

Educational Technology Trainer, Mansfield ISD
Michael Fore is a front-runner in the realm of digital learning environments. As a founding member of the TASA initiative, Michael is the instructor of a course which currently has over 7,000 enrolled worldwide. In addition, to maintaining a global digital course, Michael has been... Read More →
avatar for Catherine McGuinness

Catherine McGuinness

EdTech, Mansfield, ISD
Catherine McGuinness is one of the premier teachers in the state of Texas. Holding a dual citizenship in both the United States and South Africa, Catherine is able to bring a global view to her educational design. As a founding member of the joint Apple and TASA project, Catherine... Read More →


Wednesday July 16, 2014 3:00pm - 3:20pm EDT
Plaza Ballroom
 
Thursday, July 17
 

10:30am EDT

Blast Bad Behavior and Conquer Curriculum
Provide teachers with strategies that give more time to teach while freeing principals from being constant disciplinarians, and increasing their time to be educational leaders. Learn how to dramatically increase instruction time, and decrease time spent giving multiple warnings/repeated requests. One of the greatest misconceptions in education is that students come to school knowing how to behave. With the numerous low level interruptions teachers experience each day, precious instructional time is lost. Classroom techniques will be shared that enhance learning, reduce teacher stress, and dramatically decrease the number of student referrals. This leading edge seminar demonstrates highly successful discipline strategies/tools that work! These tools enable teachers to: teach disrespectful students to be respectful, and motivate the most challenging students. There will be time to teach because the classroom will be a safe, calm, productive environment. These smart, proven, practical strategies can be effectively used at every grade level. They are supported by leading educational researchers such as Marzano, and have been tested in classrooms across America for over 20 years. Teachers will be able to spend time doing what they do best…teaching!

Moderators
DC

Dr. Christine Olmstead

Associate Superintendent of Educational Services, Orange County Department of Education

Speakers
avatar for Teresa Johns

Teresa Johns

Education consultant/Master teacher/ Educational entrepreneur
I have proven methods to share that reduce student disciplinary problems and meet the increasing demands for student performance. These strategies are research based and results driven. Learn how to remain clam and respond right when students challenge. Conflict is inevitable... Read More →


Thursday July 17, 2014 10:30am - 10:50am EDT
Plaza Ballroom

11:00am EDT

Motivational and Educational Tips and Strategies for Reading
Have you ever felt like your students have to force themselves to be in your classroom? Do you need help with strategies that can help students check their work and improve their test scores?

This session will offer both motivational strategies to put the spark back into your lessons and students as well as offer strategical ideas that can help you teach a reading lesson once instead of having to reteach it again. Learn techniques that students on every level can benefit from and help them feel inspired when they have mastered the objective.   

Moderators
DC

Dr. Christine Olmstead

Associate Superintendent of Educational Services, Orange County Department of Education

Speakers
KM

Kimberly Melchor

Reading Teacher, Southwest Independent School District
Kimberly is passionate about motivating students to become more engaged in reading. She also enjoys finding ways to help students understand reading concepts through simple strategies and techniques. Kimberly is Chairman of the Literacy Committee at her campus and works closely with... Read More →


Thursday July 17, 2014 11:00am - 11:20am EDT
Plaza Ballroom

11:30am EDT

NewsActivist.com- An Academic Social Network Built By and For Teachers and Students
Newsactivist.com is an open academic global network built by Champlain College Humanities Department Chair Gabriel Flacks. The site was built to facilitate cross-campus and cross-border collaboration between teachers and students and to engage students in writing thoughtfully and critically about contemporary issues.The site provides each student a personal page for writing linked within a local class network, but also within an international network of other student writers, allowing students to share perspectives with ease and in an academic environment.
It is easy to use and free for teachers and students. It is presently being used by dozens of teachers and thousands of students collaborating on feedback activities to enhance courses in Humanities, Sociology, English, Business, French, and ESL. Attendants of this workshop will 1. discover why and how the site was needed in order to allow for the effective collaboration of Flacks and his teaching partners; 2. find out how the site can help teachers find local or global collaborative partners for collaborative online international learning exercises and 3. to learn how use of the site can easily enhance courses in almost any discipline with low barriers to access.


Moderators
DC

Dr. Christine Olmstead

Associate Superintendent of Educational Services, Orange County Department of Education

Speakers
avatar for Gabriel Flacks

Gabriel Flacks

Humanities Department Chair / Founder Champlain College, Saint-Lambert, Champlain College/ linkreducation.com
I am a Humanities Teacher and also the Humanities Department Coordinator at Champlain College Saint-Lambert. I developed linkreducation.com. Each provides an academic network of student writers and collaborating teachers who use the platform to make cross-campus collaborative work... Read More →


Thursday July 17, 2014 11:30am - 11:50am EDT
Plaza Ballroom

12:30pm EDT

Flip One Thing: Assessment

Traditional assessments measure learning and provide some feedback for learning. When you flip your assessments, you give students the freedom and challenge to show what they have learned.

See examples of how you can use tools like ThingLink, Blogs, Stop-motion videos, Twitter, Sketchnotes and more to flip your assessments so that the assessment process is the learning! Find out how an ordinary teacher can manage and keep up with it all using free version of Canvas as your home-base and SpeedGrader to provided timely, rich-feedback to your students.


Moderators
DC

Dr. Christine Olmstead

Associate Superintendent of Educational Services, Orange County Department of Education

Speakers
avatar for Chris Long

Chris Long

Ed. Tech Coordinator, Huntington Beach Union High School District
Chris Long is an instructional leader who is passionate about using technology to create collective and innovative environments to improve teaching and learning. With 18 years of high school physics teaching experience, Chris thrives when he is helping students and educators to ask... Read More →


Thursday July 17, 2014 12:30pm - 12:50pm EDT
Plaza Ballroom

1:00pm EDT

Beat the Clock! Teach More in Less Time
Involved in this presentation is a set of classroom strategies and beliefs that will give the teacher more time to teach. The information presented is research based, and is used nationwide. It gives teachers the tools to manage their classroom in a way that even the most difficult student can learn. What teachers will take from this is a belief system, and a set of strategies which will produce amazing results. Punishment does not work. It is a temporary fix for a set of behaviors. This will impact your teaching. Understanding certain beliefs will provide a foundation that will change the life of teachers and students. We are providing a set of strategies and beliefs that students and teachers will carry with them the rest of their lives. Who better to provide this than the teacher who acts as a role model and teaches life skills? Teachers are the provider of life skills and correct behaviors that will help the student excel today and tomorrow. What you expect and teach in the classroom will be your return.  

Moderators
DC

Dr. Christine Olmstead

Associate Superintendent of Educational Services, Orange County Department of Education

Speakers
avatar for Teresa Johns

Teresa Johns

Education consultant/Master teacher/ Educational entrepreneur
I have proven methods to share that reduce student disciplinary problems and meet the increasing demands for student performance. These strategies are research based and results driven. Learn how to remain clam and respond right when students challenge. Conflict is inevitable... Read More →


Thursday July 17, 2014 1:00pm - 1:20pm EDT
Plaza Ballroom

1:30pm EDT

How Movement Helps the Brain Function and May Lead to Higher Test Scores
In this session you will learn about websites that you can use for 1-3 minutes to get children and adults moving. You will learn some stretches and moves that may help students' brains function better for exams. You will see how building these 1-3 minute breaks into your day are easy, fun and practical that anyone in a classroom or a business setting can use. Do you want more productive students and colleagues? If you said YES, then this CUE tip is for you.  

Moderators
DC

Dr. Christine Olmstead

Associate Superintendent of Educational Services, Orange County Department of Education

Speakers
DE

Deborah Engen

National Educational Workshop Consultant, Adjunct Professor, North Dakota State University
Deborah is currently serving as a national educational workshop consultant and a graduate level adjunct professor. She has published two children's books and travels around the country speaking on the following topics: Discipline with Love and Logic, Kids in Crisis, Student Achievement... Read More →


Thursday July 17, 2014 1:30pm - 1:50pm EDT
Plaza Ballroom

2:00pm EDT

Peace Corps: Educating Educators Globally
Peace Corps offers opportunities for educators to live, learn and work with a community overseas for 27 months. From working in primary schools to universities, educators can bring their skills overseas, and then return to the U.S. with new cross-cultural competencies, awareness, and resourcefulness. Peace Corps also offers a World Wide Schools program, connecting U.S. classrooms with classrooms in the developing countries in which Peace Corps Volunteers serve. Come learn about both of these opportunities with Peace Corps Representative Katrina Deutsch, who served as a high school English teacher in Nicaragua for 3 years.

Speakers
avatar for Katrina Deutsch

Katrina Deutsch

Recruiter, Peace Corps
Katrina started traveling during the summers in college with a student group on campus, making documentaries about social issues while volunteering. Through the organization she traveled to South Africa, Swaziland, Mozambique, Cambodia, Thailand and Ethiopia. After graduating from... Read More →


Thursday July 17, 2014 2:00pm - 2:20pm EDT
Plaza Ballroom

2:30pm EDT

The Common Core and Listening

Teachers are challenged to meet a new standard in the Common Core - listening.  There are few classroom tools that address listening.  In this short talk I will give teachers an understanding of the neuroscience behind auditory learning.  Participants will also learn about tools they can use to help students build critical listening skills.  They will learn how to use their smart phones and computers to  record sound in the classroom.  Some of the products featured include Listen Edition, Tape me, and Voicethread.


Moderators
DC

Dr. Christine Olmstead

Associate Superintendent of Educational Services, Orange County Department of Education

Speakers
avatar for Monica Brady-Myerov

Monica Brady-Myerov

Accelerator Company, Listen Edition
I started Listen Edition to inspire students to learn using compelling public radio stories. People can talk to me about authentic learning, bringing real world problems into the classroom and they can tell me how much they love public radio!


Thursday July 17, 2014 2:30pm - 2:50pm EDT
Plaza Ballroom

3:00pm EDT

Google Mania
Using Google collaboration tools such as Hangouts and Groups so that you can streamline your productivity. Whether its staff meetings or reaching that unreachable parent, teachers can use google tools to help stretch that ever valuable commodity of time a little bit further....

Moderators
DC

Dr. Christine Olmstead

Associate Superintendent of Educational Services, Orange County Department of Education

Speakers
avatar for Michael Fore

Michael Fore

Educational Technology Trainer, Mansfield ISD
Michael Fore is a front-runner in the realm of digital learning environments. As a founding member of the TASA initiative, Michael is the instructor of a course which currently has over 7,000 enrolled worldwide. In addition, to maintaining a global digital course, Michael has been... Read More →
avatar for Catherine McGuinness

Catherine McGuinness

EdTech, Mansfield, ISD
Catherine McGuinness is one of the premier teachers in the state of Texas. Holding a dual citizenship in both the United States and South Africa, Catherine is able to bring a global view to her educational design. As a founding member of the joint Apple and TASA project, Catherine... Read More →


Thursday July 17, 2014 3:00pm - 3:20pm EDT
Plaza Ballroom
 
Friday, July 18
 

10:30am EDT

Twitter for Beginners - The Why and How of Tweeting in Your Classroom
Think Twitter is just for celebrities? Come and find out how tweeting in your classroom can open up a world of collaborative projects and incredible connections for your students, no matter their grade level. In this CUETip session, you will learn some great, practical ideas for using Twitter in your classroom and find out how to get started.
Expand your children’s horizons by connecting your classroom with students from across the globe using Twitter!

Moderators
DC

Dr. Christine Olmstead

Associate Superintendent of Educational Services, Orange County Department of Education

Speakers
avatar for Laura Richardson

Laura Richardson

First Grade Classroom Teacher, Edith C. Baker School, Brookline, MA
Laura Richardson has been a classroom teacher in Brookline, Massachusetts for fourteen years and absolutely loves it. She infuses technology across all subject areas by developing and teaching coding & robotics curriculum, using individual student blogs, and connecting with other... Read More →


Friday July 18, 2014 10:30am - 10:50am EDT
Plaza Ballroom

11:00am EDT

Leading Change by Leveraging Technology
Technology integration in schools is finally seeing a shift from resource acquisition to a focus on educational outcomes and skill development. In this way, leading complex change is increasingly difficult in the twenty-first century and it may, at times, feel like an overwhelming or impossible task. This workshop will explore technology as a catalyst for positive change and a tool for encouraging lasting reform across all levels. Technology integration cannot be just another initiative.

Moderators
DC

Dr. Christine Olmstead

Associate Superintendent of Educational Services, Orange County Department of Education

Speakers
avatar for Shawn Fortin

Shawn Fortin

Director of Teaching and Learning, Belchertown Public Schools
Dr. Shawn Fortin is the Director of Teaching and Learning for the Belchertown Public Schools in Belchertown, MA. He has fifteen years of experience in public K-12 education in MA and has used his knowledge of instructional technology to develop and teach coursework for students... Read More →


Friday July 18, 2014 11:00am - 11:20am EDT
Plaza Ballroom

11:30am EDT

Putting the 'E' in Engagement
The “traditional” approach to teaching modern teenagers has not kept pace with the ever-changing demands of their world outside of school and has left these students largely disengaged from their education. However, simply sitting students in front of computers and letting them use their cellphones does not automatically result in high-quality educational experiences. Participants will develop an understanding of the supportive modern theory, research, and practice (e.g., Connectivism, Universal Design for Learning (UDL), and Engagement Theory) in order to implement worthwhile and engaging digital instruction in their classroom, school, or district.  

Moderators
DC

Dr. Christine Olmstead

Associate Superintendent of Educational Services, Orange County Department of Education

Speakers
avatar for Shawn Fortin

Shawn Fortin

Director of Teaching and Learning, Belchertown Public Schools
Dr. Shawn Fortin is the Director of Teaching and Learning for the Belchertown Public Schools in Belchertown, MA. He has fifteen years of experience in public K-12 education in MA and has used his knowledge of instructional technology to develop and teach coursework for students... Read More →


Friday July 18, 2014 11:30am - 11:50am EDT
Plaza Ballroom

12:00pm EDT

Motivational and Educational Tips and Strategies for Reading
Have you ever felt like your students have to force themselves to be in your classroom? Do you need help with strategies that can help students check their work and improve their test scores?

This session will offer both motivational strategies to put the spark back into your lessons and students as well as offer strategical ideas that can help you teach a reading lesson once instead of having to reteach it again. Learn techniques that students on every level can benefit from and help them feel inspired when they have mastered the objective.   

Moderators
DC

Dr. Christine Olmstead

Associate Superintendent of Educational Services, Orange County Department of Education

Speakers
KM

Kimberly Melchor

Reading Teacher, Southwest Independent School District
Kimberly is passionate about motivating students to become more engaged in reading. She also enjoys finding ways to help students understand reading concepts through simple strategies and techniques. Kimberly is Chairman of the Literacy Committee at her campus and works closely with... Read More →


Friday July 18, 2014 12:00pm - 12:20pm EDT
Plaza Ballroom

12:30pm EDT

Not All Roses Have to be Red!
How do we reach all learners without having them squished into a box? Differentiated instruction is the core of teaching - and with technology we are finally at a point that we can truly differentiate. Learn practical strategies to tackle one of the biggest challenges when working with learners; literacy.

This session will celebrate strategies designed to allow all children to flourish. 

Moderators
DC

Dr. Christine Olmstead

Associate Superintendent of Educational Services, Orange County Department of Education

Speakers
avatar for Kim Meldrum

Kim Meldrum

Education Consultant - Digital Citizenship, Lester B. Pearson School Board
I am an education consultant who is passionate about the implementation of technology as a tool for learning. I am enthusiastic about all that GAFE has to offer our teachers and students. I believe that technology innovation is a powerful way to differentiate learning to ensure... Read More →


Friday July 18, 2014 12:30pm - 12:50pm EDT
Plaza Ballroom

1:00pm EDT

Creating Instructional Tutorials for a Diverse Audience
This session will demonstrate how to use simple computer functions to create multi-modal tutorials for a diverse audience. Several examples will be presented to accompany a short demonstration of how easy it is to develop useful teaching materials in a short amount of time.

Moderators
DC

Dr. Christine Olmstead

Associate Superintendent of Educational Services, Orange County Department of Education

Speakers
avatar for Barry Sponder

Barry Sponder

Professor of Ed Leadership/Instructional Technology, Central Connecticut State University
Dr. Barry Sponder is a Professor of Instructional Technology/Educational Leadership at Central Connecticut State University (CCSU). In addition, he's an Adjunct Professor of Educational Technology at The University of Maryland University College (UMUC). Dr. Sponder is a former Peace... Read More →


Friday July 18, 2014 1:00pm - 1:20pm EDT
Plaza Ballroom

2:00pm EDT

Twitter for Beginners - The Why and How of Tweeting in Your Classroom
Think Twitter is just for celebrities? Come and find out how tweeting in your classroom can open up a world of collaborative projects and incredible connections for your students, no matter their grade level. In this CUETip session, you will learn some great, practical ideas for using Twitter in your classroom and find out how to get started.
Expand your children’s horizons by connecting your classroom with students from across the globe using Twitter!

Moderators
DC

Dr. Christine Olmstead

Associate Superintendent of Educational Services, Orange County Department of Education

Speakers
avatar for Laura Richardson

Laura Richardson

First Grade Classroom Teacher, Edith C. Baker School, Brookline, MA
Laura Richardson has been a classroom teacher in Brookline, Massachusetts for fourteen years and absolutely loves it. She infuses technology across all subject areas by developing and teaching coding & robotics curriculum, using individual student blogs, and connecting with other... Read More →


Friday July 18, 2014 2:00pm - 2:20pm EDT
Plaza Ballroom