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Technology Category



     Conference Subcategory

          Bullet Longmont High School - Student Agency Workshop
Target group: LHS teachers

Teachers will create a detailed plans for a unit, project, lesson, or assessment that includes significant opportunities for students to make choices about how they learn, what they learn about, and how they demonstrate their learning. The plan should also include details about how technology will be used to support student voice and choice in this lesson/assessment/project. The exact product will be a little different for each participant, since teachers will be coming from many different subject areas, but the overarching goal will be the same.
     Instructional Technology Subcategory

          Bullet Erie High School - CWG 2.0 [A]
Target group: EHS teachers

Teachers will meet to learn instructional technology best practices. They will meet as a group and also in various sessions in an unconference style mirrored after the highly successful Longmont Ed Camp. By structuring the PST in this form a teacher will be free to share details about what they are doing in the classroom to push student thinking, ask questions, and collaborate together for the betterment of their collective practice.
     Process Model Subcategory

          Bullet VEX Challenge - Alpine Elementary [A]
Develop your understanding of STEM education by supporting a VEX or VEX IQ robotics tournament in SVVS. You will learn about how robotics provides project-based, student-driven, hands-on learning by serving as a volunteer at one or more tournaments. There are many roles you can choose from in supporting a tournament.

After volunteering, you will complete and submit a written reflection (minimum 2 pages) sharing your learning on:
  • New knowledge about Computer Science skills / robotics in elementary / middle school.
  • How 21st century learning can be transferred to different content areas
  • How to transfer this learning into your own classroom.

6.5 hours will be spent at the tournament; an additional 1 hour will used to complete assignments and reflections.
          Bullet VEX Challenge - Central Elementary [A]
Develop your understanding of STEM education by supporting a VEX or VEX IQ robotics tournament in SVVS. You will learn about how robotics provides project-based, student-driven, hands-on learning by serving as a volunteer at one or more tournaments. There are many roles you can choose from in supporting a tournament.

After volunteering, you will complete and submit a written reflection (minimum 2 pages) sharing your learning on:
  • New knowledge about Computer Science skills / robotics in elementary / middle school.
  • How 21st century learning can be transferred to different content areas
  • How to transfer this learning into your own classroom.

6.5 hours will be spent at the tournament; an additional 1 hour will used to complete assignments and reflections.
          Bullet VEX Challenge - Columbine Elementary [A]
Develop your understanding of STEM education by supporting a VEX or VEX IQ robotics tournament in SVVS. You will learn about how robotics provides project-based, student-driven, hands-on learning by serving as a volunteer at one or more tournaments. There are many roles you can choose from in supporting a tournament.

After volunteering, you will complete and submit a written reflection (minimum 2 pages) sharing your learning on:
  • New knowledge about Computer Science skills / robotics in elementary / middle school.
  • How 21st century learning can be transferred to different content areas
  • How to transfer this learning into your own classroom.

6.5 hours will be spent at the tournament; an additional 1 hour will used to complete assignments and reflections.
          Bullet VEX Challenge - Erie MS [A]
Develop your understanding of STEM education by supporting a VEX or VEX IQ robotics tournament in SVVS. You will learn about how robotics provides project-based, student-driven, hands-on learning by serving as a volunteer at one or more tournaments. There are many roles you can choose from in supporting a tournament.

After volunteering, you will complete and submit a written reflection (minimum 2 pages) sharing your learning on:
  • New knowledge about Computer Science skills / robotics in elementary / middle school.
  • How 21st century learning can be transferred to different content areas
  • How to transfer this learning into your own classroom.

6.5 hours will be spent at the tournament; an additional 1 hour will used to complete assignments and reflections.
          Bullet VEX Challenge - Flagstaff Academy [A]
Develop your understanding of STEM education by supporting a VEX or VEX IQ robotics tournament in SVVS. You will learn about how robotics provides project-based, student-driven, hands-on learning by serving as a volunteer at one or more tournaments. There are many roles you can choose from in supporting a tournament.

After volunteering, you will complete and submit a written reflection (minimum 2 pages) sharing your learning on:
  • New knowledge about Computer Science skills / robotics in elementary / middle school.
  • How 21st century learning can be transferred to different content areas
  • How to transfer this learning into your own classroom.

6.5 hours will be spent at the tournament; an additional 1 hour will used to complete assignments and reflections.
          Bullet VEX Challenge - Indian Peaks Elementary [A]
Develop your understanding of STEM education by supporting a VEX or VEX IQ robotics tournament in SVVS. You will learn about how robotics provides project-based, student-driven, hands-on learning by serving as a volunteer at one or more tournaments. There are many roles you can choose from in supporting a tournament.

After volunteering, you will complete and submit a written reflection (minimum 2 pages) sharing your learning on:
  • New knowledge about Computer Science skills / robotics in elementary / middle school.
  • How 21st century learning can be transferred to different content areas
  • How to transfer this learning into your own classroom.

6.5 hours will be spent at the tournament; an additional 1 hour will used to complete assignments and reflections.
          Bullet VEX Challenge - Niwot Elementary [A]
Develop your understanding of STEM education by supporting a VEX or VEX IQ robotics tournament in SVVS. You will learn about how robotics provides project-based, student-driven, hands-on learning by serving as a volunteer at one or more tournaments. There are many roles you can choose from in supporting a tournament.

After volunteering, you will complete and submit a written reflection (minimum 2 pages) sharing your learning on:
  • New knowledge about Computer Science skills / robotics in elementary / middle school.
  • How 21st century learning can be transferred to different content areas
  • How to transfer this learning into your own classroom.

6.5 hours will be spent at the tournament; an additional 1 hour will used to complete assignments and reflections.
          Bullet VEX Challenge - Northridge Elementary [A]
Develop your understanding of STEM education by supporting a VEX or VEX IQ robotics tournament in SVVS. You will learn about how robotics provides project-based, student-driven, hands-on learning by serving as a volunteer at one or more tournaments. There are many roles you can choose from in supporting a tournament.

After volunteering, you will complete and submit a written reflection (minimum 2 pages) sharing your learning on:
  • New knowledge about Computer Science skills / robotics in elementary / middle school.
  • How 21st century learning can be transferred to different content areas
  • How to transfer this learning into your own classroom.

6.5 hours will be spent at the tournament; an additional 1 hour will used to complete assignments and reflections.
          Bullet VEX Challenge - Red Hawk Elementary [A]
Develop your understanding of STEM education by supporting a VEX or VEX IQ robotics tournament in SVVS. You will learn about how robotics provides project-based, student-driven, hands-on learning by serving as a volunteer at one or more tournaments. There are many roles you can choose from in supporting a tournament.

After volunteering, you will complete and submit a written reflection (minimum 2 pages) sharing your learning on:
  • New knowledge about Computer Science skills / robotics in elementary / middle school.
  • How 21st century learning can be transferred to different content areas
  • How to transfer this learning into your own classroom.

6.5 hours will be spent at the tournament; an additional 1 hour will used to complete assignments and reflections.
          Bullet VEX Challenge - Sanborn Elementary [A]
Develop your understanding of STEM education by supporting a VEX or VEX IQ robotics tournament in SVVS. You will learn about how robotics provides project-based, student-driven, hands-on learning by serving as a volunteer at one or more tournaments. There are many roles you can choose from in supporting a tournament.

After volunteering, you will complete and submit a written reflection (minimum 2 pages) sharing your learning on:
  • New knowledge about Computer Science skills / robotics in elementary / middle school.
  • How 21st century learning can be transferred to different content areas
  • How to transfer this learning into your own classroom.

6.5 hours will be spent at the tournament; an additional 1 hour will used to complete assignments and reflections.
          Bullet VEX Challenge - Soaring Heights K8 [A]
Develop your understanding of STEM education by supporting a VEX or VEX IQ robotics tournament in SVVS. You will learn about how robotics provides project-based, student-driven, hands-on learning by serving as a volunteer at one or more tournaments. There are many roles you can choose from in supporting a tournament.

After volunteering, you will complete and submit a written reflection (minimum 2 pages) sharing your learning on:
  • New knowledge about Computer Science skills / robotics in elementary / middle school.
  • How 21st century learning can be transferred to different content areas
  • How to transfer this learning into your own classroom.

6.5 hours will be spent at the tournament; an additional 1 hour will used to complete assignments and reflections.
          Bullet VEX Challenge - Thunder Valley PK8 [A]
Develop your understanding of STEM education by supporting a VEX or VEX IQ robotics tournament in SVVS. You will learn about how robotics provides project-based, student-driven, hands-on learning by serving as a volunteer at one or more tournaments. There are many roles you can choose from in supporting a tournament.

After volunteering, you will complete and submit a written reflection (minimum 2 pages) sharing your learning on:
  • New knowledge about Computer Science skills / robotics in elementary / middle school.
  • How 21st century learning can be transferred to different content areas
  • How to transfer this learning into your own classroom.

6.5 hours will be spent at the tournament; an additional 1 hour will used to complete assignments and reflections.
          Bullet VEX Challenge - Timberline PK8 [A]
Develop your understanding of STEM education by supporting a VEX or VEX IQ robotics tournament in SVVS. You will learn about how robotics provides project-based, student-driven, hands-on learning by serving as a volunteer at one or more tournaments. There are many roles you can choose from in supporting a tournament.

After volunteering, you will complete and submit a written reflection (minimum 2 pages) sharing your learning on:
  • New knowledge about Computer Science skills / robotics in elementary / middle school.
  • How 21st century learning can be transferred to different content areas
  • How to transfer this learning into your own classroom.

6.5 hours will be spent at the tournament; an additional 1 hour will used to complete assignments and reflections.
          Bullet VEX Challenge - Trail Ridge MS [A]
Develop your understanding of STEM education by supporting a VEX or VEX IQ robotics tournament in SVVS. You will learn about how robotics provides project-based, student-driven, hands-on learning by serving as a volunteer at one or more tournaments. There are many roles you can choose from in supporting a tournament.

After volunteering, you will complete and submit a written reflection (minimum 2 pages) sharing your learning on:
  • New knowledge about Computer Science skills / robotics in elementary / middle school.
  • How 21st century learning can be transferred to different content areas
  • How to transfer this learning into your own classroom.

6.5 hours will be spent at the tournament; an additional 1 hour will used to complete assignments and reflections.
          Bullet VEX Challenge - Westview MS [A]
Develop your understanding of STEM education by supporting a VEX or VEX IQ robotics tournament in SVVS. You will learn about how robotics provides project-based, student-driven, hands-on learning by serving as a volunteer at one or more tournaments. There are many roles you can choose from in supporting a tournament.

After volunteering, you will complete and submit a written reflection (minimum 2 pages) sharing your learning on:
  • New knowledge about Computer Science skills / robotics in elementary / middle school.
  • How 21st century learning can be transferred to different content areas
  • How to transfer this learning into your own classroom.

6.5 hours will be spent at the tournament; an additional 1 hour will used to complete assignments and reflections.
     Professional Study Team Subcategory

          Bullet Burlington Elementary iLead Team 2018-19 [A]
Technology integration in the classroom is necessary to help students show their understanding in a variety of ways. With teachers having a wide range of technology skills, the iLead team provides support for all teachers regardless of ability so they can utilize the tools in meaningful ways.
          Bullet Longs Peak Middle School Technology Committee 2018-19
Target group: LPMS teachers interested in working through concerns in technology

Time will be spent creating professional development for staff, assigning and setting up devices, communicating to families about damage and fees and insurance and other classroom technology concerns. This group will spend time evaluating additional needs for technology and working to write grants for funding these needs. They will spend time refining procedures and expectations for student use of devices.
          Bullet Rocky Mountain Technology Integration PST This session is new [A]
Target Group: Teachers and Staff at Rocky Mountain Elementary

We will be investigating and exploring different ways in which the iPads can be used within the framework of the standards. Specific grade-level appropriate applications will be explored, lessons will be developed to incorporate these. Student work will be shared and discussed, and feedback will be given. A resource of ideas and lesson plans will be developed for use by the entire staff.
          Bullet Schoology Bootcamp for Elementary Teachers
Target group:Intermediate teachers, should be close to BMEL.

This PST will accomplish the following objectives: Teachers will...

  • Explore how to develop the components of a Schoology course (discussions, posts, assignments, rubrics, media albums and portfolios)
  • Explore how to utilize Schoology as a tool for management and differentiation (grading groups, test and quizzes, etc)
  • Explore the basic components of blended learning (station rotation and feedback) that Schoology can support
  • Determine a specific unit or content area and develop a plan for meaningful integration of Schoology that includes opportunity for critical thinking, communication, collaboration, creativity and/or connection.
  • Collaborate and share their learning with teammates and colleagues--ultimately, share out to a broader audience beyond school!
     Databases Subcategory

          Bullet AdHoc Reporting in Infinite Campus
Target group: Classified staff and administrators who have access to student data and a need to pull and report on the information.

WeŽll start with the basics of AdHoc Reporting, why you use it, and how to get started. AdHoc has so much to offer and weŽll dive into the advanced options. The best part of AdHoc is being able to export the data. Microsoft Excel provides more opportunities to analyze the data. This class can serve as an introduction to AdHoc or reinforce the ideas and increase your comfort when using AdHoc.

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