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Medfield Public Schools invites you to our 4th Annual Digital Learning Day!  It is an entire day filled with free professional development from over 60 teacher-led workshops focusing on MakerSpace/ STEAM, the integration of iPads & Google Apps for Education, student showcases, discussion panels, and special Out-of-District guest presenters.

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Friday, March 25
 

8:30am

Using 'Book Creator' to assess student learning and ability to share their knowledge
Limited Capacity seats available

--I plan to share strategies, objectives for using the app, lesson ideas, as well as how to use the app to build confidence and familiarity (the features, components, etc).
--I have used Book Creator with my students for multiple activities and projects, and I will share examples of my students' work so that you may discover how this app can be utilized in your own classroom as a means to share knowledge and student learning.

You may access my presentation here.



Presenters
avatar for Maura Condon

Maura Condon

Grade 5 Teacher, Dale St. School
Grade 5 Teacher at Dale Street School in Medfield, MA


Friday March 25, 2016 8:30am - 9:30am
Classroom 203 Upstairs

9:45am

Prodigy Math Game
Limited Capacity seats available

Prodigy Math Game
•Get your kids addicted to math with Prodigy!
•Follow each student's progress through Common Core standards and track which skills your students are struggling with.
•Learn how Prodigy generates real-time data and creates reports to tell you exactly which standards/expectations each one of your students have covered so far, and where their gaps are. Watch students get hooked with this Pokemon-style math game that is diagnositc, formative, adaptive and addictive!

Presenters
avatar for Jed Stefanowicz

Jed Stefanowicz

Digital Learning Coach, Natick Public Schools
Jed Stefanowicz taught grade 3 for 22 years in Natick, and is the district’s Innovation Fellow. As the preK-4 Digital Learning Coach, Jed provides job-embedded PD and coaching for academic technology integration, engaging and building staff/student capacity with ed-tech, always... Read More →


Friday March 25, 2016 9:45am - 10:45am
Classroom 118 First Floor

9:45am

Instagram
Limited Capacity full

In the world of social media, Facebook is "old news". Most of our students are now on Instagram. Instagram is a fun way to share your life with friends through a series of pictures. It's all about staying connected through photos. You can take a picture with your mobile phone, then choose from various filters to transform the image into a photographic masterpiece. This session will review the basics of Instagram, set up accounts, learn privacy settings, and explore ways to monitor student's use of Instagram.

Presenters
avatar for Amanda Grillo

Amanda Grillo

Guidance Counselor, Medfield High School
avatar for Stephanie Worthley

Stephanie Worthley

Guidance Department Chair, Medfield High School


Friday March 25, 2016 9:45am - 10:45am
Classroom 116 First Floor

11:00am

May the Forms be With You!
Limited Capacity seats available

Looking for an easy way to frame learning, assess your students’ knowledge, and compile responses in one place? We will show you a couple of ways to use Google Forms to survey your students, quiz them, and even have them poll each other. All of the results can be viewed by individual students or by the class (think: pie chart!). Leave with a customized survey to use in class tomorrow!




Presenters


Friday March 25, 2016 11:00am - 11:45am
Lab 119 First Floor

11:00am

Class is a hoot with Kahoot
Limited Capacity seats available

To see the eyes of your students light up as you say "Time for a Kahoot!" - that is my wish for you.  
  • Gather opinions, promote discussion, check for comprehension - all this can be done on Kahoot.  
  • This is a user-friendly tool that your students will love! 
  • You will have time to make your own Kahoot (or two) for your next class!

Here is a link to my presentation.


Presenters
avatar for Paula Hamilton

Paula Hamilton

Spanish Teacher, Medfield High School


Friday March 25, 2016 11:00am - 11:45am
Classroom 118 First Floor

11:00am

Using Socrative for formative assessment
Limited Capacity seats available

"How Do You Know What They Know" will introduce the practicing educator to Socrative, an easy to use tool that educators can use to check for understanding and use for formative assesment.  In addition, educators will learn how to collect the data that Socrative generates to help target instruction to individual students.   Educators will learn:

  • How to set up a free account with Socrative
  • How to use the major functions of Socrative
  • How to generate customized reports using Socrative's report feature
  • How EASY it is to use Socrative!
Participants should bring their own device and preload Socrative on their devices.  A significant portion of the seminar will be hands on.


Looking forward to meeting you.

Presenters
JP

John Panciocco

Social Studies Teacher/Assistant Athletic Director, Medfield High School


Friday March 25, 2016 11:00am - 11:45am
Classroom 120 First Floor