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Saturday, February 9
 

8:00am

Keynote - School People
Limited Capacity seats available

If every child is a learner, then why do some students succeed in school while others do not? What causes the predictability of who succeeds and fails in our schools? Is it possible that large data, separated from actual students, could actually contribute to the predictability of the problem? Every teacher has the power to disrupt this pattern through the development of relationships, innovative use of technology to leverage opportunities for relearning, and awareness of the fact that there is a child behind every data point. We can do this!

Speakers
avatar for Jeffery Heil

Jeffery Heil

Digital Learning Innovator, San Diego County Office of Education
Jeff has been an educator for over 20 years. He has served as a classroom teacher, an instructional technology coach, an adjunct professor of education, and a Google in Education Trainer and Innovator. In this time he has continued to be an advocate for all students, especially those... Read More →


Saturday February 9, 2019 8:00am - 8:30am
Comm Labs

8:45am

Digital Portfolios: SeeSaw & Class Dojo
Limited Capacity seats available

Looking for student accountability? Looking for a way to better connect parents to the classroom? Come learn about digital portfolios! You will leave knowing two different types of portfolios & create your own class portfolios to use back in the classroom on Monday morning! 

Speakers
avatar for Amanda Durschlag

Amanda Durschlag

Teacher, Escondido Union School District


Saturday February 9, 2019 8:45am - 9:45am
Comm Lab 2

8:45am

Designing with gSuite
Limited Capacity seats available

In this session, educators will learn how to design using G-Suite. G-Suite offers a variety of tools which allow teachers and students to design and be creative. Find out how these tools can be used to create interactive lessons, infographics, logos, e-magazines, and more!

Speakers
avatar for Raul Cortez

Raul Cortez

CTE Teacher, San Diego Mission Academy
I am a Google Certified Trainer with a passion for EdTech! With so many online tools available; my goal is to help individuals sort through the madness and access what will best assist their learning needs.I created Stay Learning in 2018. Stay Learning is a mindset for life-long learners... Read More →


Saturday February 9, 2019 8:45am - 9:45am
Room 305

8:45am

Get Hyper with Hyper-Drawings
Limited Capacity seats available

Google Drawings allows educators to create interactive learning lessons. Students demonstrate understanding, solve problems, reflect and create screencasts on the drawing canvas. It is a great tool to engage students and develop their agency. Math problems land beautifully in Google Drawings utilizing their drawing tools. Projects for Social studies, Science and ELA can also be very successful.

Speakers
avatar for Claudja Van Orden

Claudja Van Orden

Instructional Technology Resource Teacher, SDUSD
Claudja Van Orden is a SDUSD Instructional Technology Resource teacher where she is in charge of collaborating with teachers in the integration of technology. Claudja’s love for technology started when she first started teaching as she managed the Triton and Patterns Project at... Read More →


Saturday February 9, 2019 8:45am - 9:45am
LL1

8:45am

7 Google Apps That Will Transform Your Teaching
Limited Capacity seats available

Participants will walk away with new ways to use 7 of my favorite Google Apps for Edu that easily integrate technology but make a big impact on learning. They will learn how I use Docs, Sheets, Slides, Drawings, Classroom, Sites, Forms to bring Physical Education into the 21st Century. Participants will receive digital copies of the examples used in the session.

Speakers
avatar for Bailee Sandsmark   @coachsandsmark

Bailee Sandsmark @coachsandsmark

Physical Education Teacher, Bernardo Heights Middle School
I have a unique path to how I became a teacher. I have been a massage therapist to professional athletes, sport coach to middle and high school volleyball and softball teams, a strength coach and personal trainer to people of all ages, and found teaching as a way to make an even... Read More →



Saturday February 9, 2019 8:45am - 9:45am
LL2

8:45am

MAKEing the Future: Yellow School Bus to Mobile Makerspace
Limited Capacity seats available

The "CVMaker537" is a mobile makerspace that originated as a district school bus. It now visits all schools in the Cajon Valley School District, providing our nearly 17,000 students equal access to STEAM education. Come hear our story to learn how we did it, and how you can too...even without a bus and minimal funding! We will explore how to start a Makerspace within your classroom, school, or even district! What do we need to get started and sustain a place where our students can invent, engineer, and be creators of their own learning? Let's dive in and find out!

Speakers
avatar for Katie Connolly

Katie Connolly

Categorical Program Facilitator, Cajon Valley Union School District
Katie Connolly was classroom teacher for 9 years before transitioning into her current role running her school district's Makerbus program. The Makerbus is a mobile STEAM/Maker lab that travels to different school sites, proving professional learning for teachers, as well as STEAM... Read More →


Saturday February 9, 2019 8:45am - 9:45am
LL4

8:45am

An Alternative to a Traditional Assessment
Limited Capacity filling up

Since traditional assessments do not provide the life skills practice students need, or allow for student voice, creativity, or insight, we must reflect on and revamp what we do at the end of a unit. Come see a few options to update your assessments (with or without technology) and bring your student-centered learning goals to life without adding more to your workload!

Speakers
avatar for Marisa Thompson

Marisa Thompson

Teacher, PD Instructor, Carlsbad High, UnlimitedTeacher.com
I blog about what works best for me and my students on unlimitedteacher.com. With more than a dozen years of classroom experience, I support other teachers as a University of San Diego professional development instructor, a conference presenter, and a designated cooperating teacher... Read More →



Saturday February 9, 2019 8:45am - 9:45am
LL3

8:45am

Using Google apps for weekly bulletins
Limited Capacity seats available

In this presentation, I will show how I use google apps to make a weekly bulletin. The main bulletin is in google slides. In the slideshow, I have links to many resources that are in my google drive and different website resources. For the purposes of this presentation, I would create an example of my weekly bulletin.

Speakers
avatar for Debra Van Beck

Debra Van Beck

Teacher, San Diego Unified
I’m a kindergarten teacher at Benchley- Weinberger Elementary.  I’ve designed and taught technology course for our district before we had budget cuts.  I’m a board member for SDCUE. I’m also a member of our district’s TAG committee in which we vote on next steps our district... Read More →


Saturday February 9, 2019 8:45am - 9:45am
Room 304

8:45am

Level Up: the Non Gamer's Guide to Gamifying the Classroom
Limited Capacity seats available

New to gamification and game-based learning? This one’s for you! In this highly engaging and interactive session, participants will learn the ins and outs of using game-based learning/gamification to foster student achievement. Participants will explore the biggest myths surrounding the implementing of games in the classroom, learn the basic game elements, learn the design process for creating a classroom game, and see what this looks like in the classroom by playing an original game that was developed by Andrew and his students.

Speakers
avatar for Andrew Arevalo

Andrew Arevalo

4th Grade Teacher, Corfman/McCabe
Andrew Arevalo, known as Gameboydrew, is an award-winning educator, esteemed blogger, and sought-after national speaker. Andrew is passionate about leveraging blended learning, the power of play, and design thinking to support and ignite student curiosity. As a testament, Andrew and... Read More →


Saturday February 9, 2019 8:45am - 10:55am
Comm Lab 1

9:55am

Chrome Extensions (& Other Cool Chrome Stuff)
Limited Capacity full

Come learn about our favorite Chrome tips and extensions which make us more effective and efficient teachers! We will present and demonstrate our top 12 and then give you time to download and experience them for immediate use in the classroom. Let us help make your daily use of technology even better! Device and headphones recommended, but not required.

Speakers
avatar for George Porter      @Geo_Porter

George Porter @Geo_Porter

English Teacher, SCHS
George Porter has been teaching high school English for three years in the Carlsbad Unified School District. In addition to being his school's technology coach, George also is an OER content curator on the ELA vertical alignment team. Sacramento-born but currently residing in Oceanside... Read More →
avatar for Marisa Thompson

Marisa Thompson

Teacher, PD Instructor, Carlsbad High, UnlimitedTeacher.com
I blog about what works best for me and my students on unlimitedteacher.com. With more than a dozen years of classroom experience, I support other teachers as a University of San Diego professional development instructor, a conference presenter, and a designated cooperating teacher... Read More →


Saturday February 9, 2019 9:55am - 10:55am
LL3

9:55am

25+ Tips, Tools, and Strategies for Your 1:1 Classroom
Limited Capacity full

This session is a fast paced romp through the tricks and tools that have worked best in my 1:1 classroom. From time savers to student supports, curation advice to resource recommendations, I’ll pull back the curtain and show you all the things that make teaching with 1:1 fun and effective.

Speakers
avatar for Jen Roberts

Jen Roberts

Teacher/Author, San Diego Unified School District
Jen Roberts is a high school English teacher, a Google Certified Innovator, and the co-author of Power Up: Making the Shift to 1:1 Teaching and Learning. She is also adjunct faculty at the University of San Diego where she teaches pre-service teachers about learning and technology... Read More →


Saturday February 9, 2019 9:55am - 10:55am
LL2

9:55am

My Fitness Journey
Limited Capacity seats available

Participants would be able to interact with the projects that I have created, coming away with ideas for them to implement something similar in their own curriculum. They would be given direction on free or low-cost resources that can be used, as well as some of the higher-end technology we have access to. They would be able to try the heart rate monitors we currently use, and also find out a little bit about other options.

Speakers
avatar for Joseph Guglielmo

Joseph Guglielmo

PE Teacher/Athletic Director, Feaster Charter School
As a teacher with 3 credentials, I have had a pretty diverse career.  After teaching math in NY at the middle and high school level for several years, I moved to San Diego in July 2012.  I took a job as a Resource Specialist/IEP Case Manager, where I wrote IEPs, organized and led... Read More →



Saturday February 9, 2019 9:55am - 10:55am
Room 305

9:55am

Teaching Tough Topics with Tech: Slavery
Limited Capacity seats available

Mount Vernon has innovative, free tools for teaching the power of George Washington’s eighteenth-
century world. This interactive session highlights the resources available on their website to build lesson
plans with an emphasis on teaching about slavery.
Objective: To use the resources provided by Mount Vernon to build a guided inquiry lesson on slavery as
an example of how a teacher can use them to bring Washington’s ideas, experiences, leadership, and his
eighteenth-century world to students even from a distance.
After this session, teachers should be able to:
• Locate appropriate grade/subject resources, lesson plans, videos, and use the digital tour
available on the website.
• Build a lesson on a topic tough to teach: slavery.

Speakers
avatar for Robin Pulido

Robin Pulido

Teacher, St. Rose of Lima School
I've been teaching since 1975, experiencing many changes in education, and have taught grades K-12. I am currently teaching grades K-8 computers, gr. 8 US history, and coaching the gr. 6-8 Academic Decathlon team. I love theatre, music, reading, travel, watching some sports, and learning... Read More →


Saturday February 9, 2019 9:55am - 10:55am
Room 304

9:55am

Beyond Look and Listen: Adding Interactivity to Google Slides for Customized Learning
Limited Capacity filling up

Google Slides can do more than just present a visual message to accompany a speaker's message. By using them for animation or choose-your-own-adventure activities, it becomes a tool for differentiation, adaptive learning, and interactive content presentation. In this hands-on session, we'll look at how to plan and create interactive Slides for and with students.

Speakers
avatar for Adina Sullivan-Marlow

Adina Sullivan-Marlow

Educational Technology Coordinator, San Marcos Unified
A focus on student needs, equity/accessibility, and teacher goals is the basis of Adina’s work. Adina is a K12 Educational Technology Coordinator for San Marcos Unified School District, EquityEDU Founder, a member of the CUE Board of Directors, Google Certified Innovator and Trainer... Read More →


Saturday February 9, 2019 9:55am - 12:05pm
Comm Lab 2

9:55am

Creative and Collaborative Musical Expression through Chrome Music Lab
Limited Capacity seats available

No previous music experience needed! Imagine your students creatively expressing their content knowledge through music! Teachers will learn techniques on how to integrate the various instruments found in the Chrome Music Lab to provide students with creative ways to experiment and show-what-they know about STEAM concepts. Teachers will interact with the online instruments, participate in partner talks using appropriate music terminology and evaluate musical experiences. Teachers will also learn how to collect, share and allow students to collaborate on music compositions through Google Classroom. Headphones are highly recommended for participants.

Speakers
avatar for Derek Suzuki   @suzukiderek

Derek Suzuki @suzukiderek

Instructional Technology Resource Teacher, San Diego Unified School District


Saturday February 9, 2019 9:55am - 12:05pm
LL1

9:55am

A Day in the Life of a TK Teacher
Limited Capacity seats available

Learn how to use technology to help guide your entire day in TK (or K)! Transitions, quick mini lessons, movement, and more! I will model a day and then give you hands-on time to try it yourself!

Speakers
avatar for Stephanie Ibrahim   @Mrs_IbrahimCV

Stephanie Ibrahim @Mrs_IbrahimCV

Innovation Coach, Cajon Valley
I am an Innovation Coach working with Google’s Dynamic Learning Project! I work with teachers to overcome challenges and achieve goals in innovative ways.


Saturday February 9, 2019 9:55am - 12:05pm
LL4

11:05am

Intro to Assistive Technology for Chrome
Limited Capacity filling up

Participants will walk through a variety of free (and a few premium) assistive technology resources for Chrome. They will explore built-in features of Chrome OS and Gsuite as well as extensions and web-based resources to serve a range of student needs.

Speakers
avatar for Kimber Johnston

Kimber Johnston

Director of Technology, The Prentice School
Kimber is the Director of Technology for The Prentice School, a K-8 school specializing in students with learning differences. She has been Technology and STEAM specialist for K-6 schools, and has taught 5th & 6th grade and middle school science. She has her BS in Communication Design... Read More →


Saturday February 9, 2019 11:05am - 12:05pm
Room 304

11:05am

The World is Yours: Google's Geo Tools
Limited Capacity filling up

See how you can address content standards using Google Earth, Google Maps, as well as Google’s other geo tools. Students can create interactive, interdisciplinary, multimedia content with these powerful resources. Other standards- based activities will be covered, including creating 360 images, Google Expeditions and Tours. In addition to technical procedures, many curricular ideas will be shared.

Speakers
avatar for Scott Moss   @scotthmoss

Scott Moss @scotthmoss

Instructional Technology Outreach Coordinator, Los Angeles County Office of Education
Scott has worked in public education for 30 years and in higher education for 20 years. He has taught at the elementary, middle and high school levels. Scott is a Google Certified Innovator. He's earned the Time Warner National Teacher and the Classroom of the Future Foundation’s... Read More →


Saturday February 9, 2019 11:05am - 12:05pm
Comm Lab 1

11:05am

"Made by Students" Digital Portfolios
Limited Capacity full

Digital portfolios impact education and learning in ways that we have not been able to do it before. Students are able to create their own digital arena where they can display their best work and share it with the world. Digital portfolios can show students' writing, videos, pictures, art projects, science projects, college applications requirements etc.. Students can create projects collaboratively as well as individually. In this session, you will explore different digital portfolios and create your own digital portfolio or a classroom website.

Speakers
avatar for Claudja Van Orden

Claudja Van Orden

Instructional Technology Resource Teacher, SDUSD
Claudja Van Orden is a SDUSD Instructional Technology Resource teacher where she is in charge of collaborating with teachers in the integration of technology. Claudja’s love for technology started when she first started teaching as she managed the Triton and Patterns Project at... Read More →


Saturday February 9, 2019 11:05am - 12:05pm
LL2

11:05am

Unlocking Student Voice in Physical Education: Student Reflections with Flipgrid
Limited Capacity seats available

Come and see how using a free video discussion tool called Flipgrid can help you draw out the voices of your students. From starting a discussion about a health topic, to reflecting on their performance of a specific skill, Flipgrid is an easy way to get your students talking to you and to one another. Join me to see how easy it is to use Fligrid to unlock student voice in your classroom.

Speakers
avatar for Cynthia Nixon

Cynthia Nixon

Educational Technology Coach, Santa Fe Christian Schools
Cynthia was an elementary school teacher for 9 years, teaching both 5th and 3rd grades. She worked her way through college as a computer technician and brought her love of technology into the classroom. She is now serving her school as an Ed Tech Coach and enjoys empowering other... Read More →



Saturday February 9, 2019 11:05am - 12:05pm
Room 305

11:05am

Innovative Lessons for the MS Art & ELA Classroom
Limited Capacity seats available

The arts are an amazing tool to provide students with engaging creative thinking skills. In this co-taught one-hour steAm conference, the classroom teacher and innovation TOSA coordinator will be sharing how they incorporate the visual arts in a K8 school. They will then share several successful lessons and hyperdocs that have been used to teach content standards for upper-grade or middle school lessons. Teachers will leave this session with lesson resources, hyperdocs, and fresh ideas that they can use right away.

Speakers
avatar for Heidi Kniseley

Heidi Kniseley

Art/Inquiry Teacher, Double Peak/SMUSD
Heidi Kniseley has worked to create an engaging, standards-based art curriculum at the middle school level. She has taught art at the elementary level, she co-created a year-long social entrepreneurship class to 6th-graders and taught middle school Language Arts at Double Peak K8... Read More →


Saturday February 9, 2019 11:05am - 12:05pm
LL3

1:25pm

Learning and Communication for All
Limited Capacity seats available

Let’s not leave anyone out! Some students need additional supports to be successful. We’ll look at and practice with tools and strategies to provide equity and accessibility to address a range of areas, including document accessibility, distraction free reading, modifications for visual impairments, student/family language supports. and more.

Speakers
avatar for Adina Sullivan-Marlow

Adina Sullivan-Marlow

Educational Technology Coordinator, San Marcos Unified
A focus on student needs, equity/accessibility, and teacher goals is the basis of Adina’s work. Adina is a K12 Educational Technology Coordinator for San Marcos Unified School District, EquityEDU Founder, a member of the CUE Board of Directors, Google Certified Innovator and Trainer... Read More →


Saturday February 9, 2019 1:25pm - 2:25pm
LL1

1:25pm

The Brilliant Free App - Google Science Journal
Limited Capacity seats available

Google's brilliant free app - Science Journal "transforms your device into a pocket-size science tool that encourages students to explore their world. As they conduct eye-opening experiments, they’ll record observations and make new, exciting discoveries." Join the band OK GO exploring NGSS like never before!

Speakers
avatar for James Staton

James Staton

Teacher on Special Assignment, Encinitas Union School District
I have been an elementary school educator for 28 years. I am from Sheffield, in the UK and I am passionate about technology, especially Google's ability to inspire and innovate. I believe in taking risks and learning from mistakes. I love to collaborate with educators who have a brilliant... Read More →


Saturday February 9, 2019 1:25pm - 2:25pm
LL3

1:25pm

The Power of Sketch
Limited Capacity filling up

If a picture is worth 1,000 words, than imagine how powerful sketchnoting can be for you and your students! Even if you don't consider yourself an artist, sketchnoting could be just what you are looking for. Simple images and symbols are widely understood, no matter what language you speak. Integrating visual notetaking into your classroom can help all learners succeed. Common Core standards require students to understand information presented in a variety of formats, including visually, as well as to strategically create visual displays of data to express information. Come explore the fun and power of sketchnotes!

Speakers
avatar for Cynthia Nixon

Cynthia Nixon

Educational Technology Coach, Santa Fe Christian Schools
Cynthia was an elementary school teacher for 9 years, teaching both 5th and 3rd grades. She worked her way through college as a computer technician and brought her love of technology into the classroom. She is now serving her school as an Ed Tech Coach and enjoys empowering other... Read More →


Saturday February 9, 2019 1:25pm - 2:25pm
Room 304

1:25pm

Dragon Ball T: Twitter Edition
Limited Capacity seats available

Super Saiyan transformation only comes in response to a need. Is it your time? Are you in need of help in the fight against evil stagnation? If you answered yes, this session is for you. Oh heck, even if you answered no, this session is still for you! Come learn how to harness the power of Twitter to find your people, brand yourself, and create opportunities. More importantly, come hear Andrew's story of inspiration to see how he transformed into a Super Saiyan through Twitter.

Speakers
avatar for Andrew Arevalo

Andrew Arevalo

4th Grade Teacher, Corfman/McCabe
Andrew Arevalo, known as Gameboydrew, is an award-winning educator, esteemed blogger, and sought-after national speaker. Andrew is passionate about leveraging blended learning, the power of play, and design thinking to support and ignite student curiosity. As a testament, Andrew and... Read More →


Saturday February 9, 2019 1:25pm - 2:25pm
Comm Lab 1

1:25pm

Using Simple Programming in Google Sheets to Bridge Data Between SIS & EdTech Systems
Limited Capacity seats available

In this workshop, attendees will learn how to use simple lines of code in Google Sheets in a way that will automatically bridge student/staff information (and other data) between their school's SIS system and other, 3rd party EdTech systems (like an LMS). No programming experience is required!

Speakers
avatar for Krisha Moeller   @missdotmoe

Krisha Moeller @missdotmoe

Regional EdTech Specialist -
Educational Technology, M.Ed. (SDSU) - Google Certified Trainer - G Suite Certified Administrator - Microsoft Innovative Educator - Apple Certified Teacher - Tweet at me any time for help or with questions! — @missdotmoe


Saturday February 9, 2019 1:25pm - 2:25pm
Room 305

1:25pm

The Forms Awaken
Limited Capacity seats available

Long ago in a galaxy...Oh, heck, we are going to build and share some beautiful forms. There will be forms that branch, forms that self score (with feedback), forms that track progress, forms that keep you organized, and forms that fold time and space. From good form design principles, to functional add-ons, you will get to try them all. Learn more today and the forms will be with you always.

Speakers
avatar for Jen Roberts

Jen Roberts

Teacher/Author, San Diego Unified School District
Jen Roberts is a high school English teacher, a Google Certified Innovator, and the co-author of Power Up: Making the Shift to 1:1 Teaching and Learning. She is also adjunct faculty at the University of San Diego where she teaches pre-service teachers about learning and technology... Read More →


Saturday February 9, 2019 1:25pm - 3:35pm
Comm Lab 2

1:25pm

Technology Tools for Teachers and Students
Limited Capacity seats available

Speakers
avatar for Ashley Harbecke     @coach_harbecke

Ashley Harbecke @coach_harbecke

Physical Education Teacher, Innovation Middle School


Saturday February 9, 2019 1:25pm - 3:35pm
LL4

1:25pm

Designing for Littles
Limited Capacity seats available

The youngest students can also be designers! This session will explore how we can take those little hearts and minds through a design thinking process that cultivates a strong problem solving mindset. Wear your K-2 hats as you get in the mindset of these little learners when empathizing, defining, ideating, developing a prototype, and testing your design. The design thinking approach is a transformative approach that will help students become problem solvers of the future.

Slides

Speakers
avatar for Michanne Hoctor Thompson

Michanne Hoctor Thompson

Coordinator, Ed. Tech., San Diego County Office of Education
Tech. integration, PLNs, rapid prototyping, GAFE, pitbulls, literacy, and social justice.


Saturday February 9, 2019 1:25pm - 3:35pm
LL2

2:35pm

Be Efficient & Effective with ProKeys
Limited Capacity filling up

Want more time and more productivity? Come see how ProKeys helps teachers give timely feedback, increase communication, and speed up everyday tasks! We’ll present how it works, how we use it, and provide time to download and set up this extension for immediate benefits! Device and headphones recommended, but not required.

Speakers
avatar for Marisa Thompson

Marisa Thompson

Teacher, PD Instructor, Carlsbad High, UnlimitedTeacher.com
I blog about what works best for me and my students on unlimitedteacher.com. With more than a dozen years of classroom experience, I support other teachers as a University of San Diego professional development instructor, a conference presenter, and a designated cooperating teacher... Read More →


Saturday February 9, 2019 2:35pm - 3:35pm
LL3

2:35pm

Using Google Sheets to Analyze Data
Limited Capacity filling up

Google Sheets can do so much more than store rows of data that are sorted. This session will show you the power of spreadsheet formulas and charts/graphs to analyze data collected in class.

Speakers
avatar for Koreen Corbett

Koreen Corbett

Science and Computer Science Teacher, Double Peak K8 School/San Marcos Unified School District
I have been teaching science and technology for 27 years, including four years as a Technology TOSA. I am passionate about helping educators integrate technology into curriculum in meaningful ways.


Saturday February 9, 2019 2:35pm - 3:35pm
Room 304

2:35pm

AGILE in Education
Limited Capacity seats available

Project planning and execution using agile techniques has powered the manufacturing and software industry for decades. This presentation will describe some of those techniques that can be leveraged in the Education industry as well. Session includes a hands-on Google Design Sprint actively to really help you get a sense of how to handle a common challenge: Fundraising!

Speakers
avatar for Christy Johnston   @KeepItAgile

Christy Johnston @KeepItAgile

Project Manager, SDCOE
Exposing the benefits of an Agile mindset one believer at a time.



Saturday February 9, 2019 2:35pm - 3:35pm
Room 305
  • Host Organization SDCOE

2:35pm

What's in Your Wallet? Cybersecurity for EDU
Limited Capacity seats available

This is an interactive and introductory session for educators on some of the most important topics of Cybersecurity that effect you and your students. Interested in keeping your information private? Want to know the basics of Ed Tech laws as they effect you in your classroom? Come join us!

Speakers
avatar for Jewyl Clarke

Jewyl Clarke

Integrated Curriculum Coordinator, San Diego County Office of Education
Jewyl Clarke spent 10 years teaching Science & Math and building career contextualized curriculum before becoming the Integrated Curriculum Coordinator for the San Diego County Office of Education. She now supports future ready innovations in education, ensuring students see how learning... Read More →
avatar for Alicia Butters

Alicia Butters

Director Educational Technology, San Diego County Office of Education
Alicia Gallegos Butters has been at the San Diego County Office of Education for over 7 years.  She currently leads the Educational Technology Team who primarily works with teachers, administrators, and students to integrate new technologies into their curriculum. Alicia has worked... Read More →
avatar for Pam Rabin

Pam Rabin

Ed Technology Project Specialist, SDCOE
Project Specialist Educational Technology @ SDCOE, computer geek SDCUE board-Treasurer, TK-3 enthusiast, Masters swimmer and rough water complainer, amateur cyclist (I'm getting better) “Why a four-year-old child could understand this report, run out and find me a four-year-old... Read More →



Saturday February 9, 2019 2:35pm - 3:35pm
Comm Lab 1

2:35pm

EDUProtocols with gSuite
Limited Capacity full

Introduce participants to EDUprotocols. Participants will try out a number of protocols from the student perspective, then customize them for their learners' needs.

Speakers
avatar for Kimber Johnston

Kimber Johnston

Director of Technology, The Prentice School
Kimber is the Director of Technology for The Prentice School, a K-8 school specializing in students with learning differences. She has been Technology and STEAM specialist for K-6 schools, and has taught 5th & 6th grade and middle school science. She has her BS in Communication Design... Read More →


Saturday February 9, 2019 2:35pm - 3:35pm
LL1