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07 Dec 2017

Shakopee at #TIES17

It’s almost time for TIES Education Technology Conference, and Shakopee will be well represented. Our TIES Exceptional Educators will be honored before the keynote presentation on Tuesday morning, and we have Shakopee staff members presenting 7 sessions this year. It will be an outstanding two days of professional learning. Follow the hashtag #TIES17 on Twitter to stay in the loop December 11-12.

 

Shakopee TIES Exceptional Educators

Jake Toufar, Tech Ed (East Junior High)

Charlotte Leonard (Jackson)

See the story on the district website.

 

Sessions lead by Shakopee staff:

Links to the session description included below each session. Check back next week for resources for the sessions.

 

Archive Student Learning with Video: Quick and Easy iPad Apps

Kari Gerhart, DLC (Red Oak)

Caroline Little, Director of Instructional Technology (Inver Grove Heights Community Schools)

http://sched.co/Cla4

 

Digital Storytelling: Go Green(Screen)

Bianna Buck, DLC (Sweeney)

Cindy Herren, K-12 Technology and Innovation Leader (Waukee Schools, Iowa)

http://sched.co/ClZH

 

Digital Storytelling with the Adobe Creative Cloud

Sandra Riehl, DLC (High School and CFC)

http://sched.co/ClYh

 

Project Based Learning in a Math Classroom

Courtney Menden, Math Teacher (West Junior High)

http://sched.co/ClY5

 

Tell Your Story - Story Creation Apps for All Learners

Kari Gerhart, DLC (Red Oak)

Caroline Little, Director of Instructional Technology (Inver Grove Heights Community Schools)

http://sched.co/ClY4

 

The Creative iPad Classroom

Kari Gerhart, DLC (Red Oak)

Caroline Little, Director of Instructional Technology (Inver Grove Heights Community Schools)

http://sched.co/Clab

 

Using Desmos Activity Builder to Engage Students in Mathematics

Zach Eidelbes, DLC (West Junior High)

Darren Best, Math Teacher and Instructional Tech Coach (Minnetonka Public Schools)

http://sched.co/ClZQ

 

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