ISTE 2011 Booth #1043

Presentation Schedule
Start Monday 9:30 AM Lessons Where Your Students Are 10:00 AM Taking a Risk on At-Risk Kids 10:30 AM Teaching Tech…Intern Style! Tuesday Going Digital Gains Traction in EdTech Lessons Where Your Students Are Taking a Risk on At-Risk Kids Wednesday Lessons Where Your Students Are Taking a Risk on At-Risk Kids Flip Your Classroom

11:00 AM Kids Teaching Kids 11:30 AM Flip Your Classroom 12:00 PM Going Digital Gains Traction in EdTech 12:30 PM Lessons Where Your Students Are 1:00 PM Taking a Risk on At-Risk Kids 1:30 PM Teaching Tech…Intern Style! 2:00 PM Kids Teaching Kids 2:30 PM Flip Your Classroom 3:00 PM Going Digital Gains Traction in EdTech 3:30 PM Taking a Risk on At-Risk Kids 4:00 PM Teaching Tech…Intern Style! 4:30 PM Flip Your Classroom 5:00 PM Kids Teaching Kids

Teaching Tech…Intern Style! Kids Teaching Kids Lessons Where Your Students Are Flip Your Classroom Going Digital Gains Traction in EdTech Taking a Risk on At-Risk Kids Teaching Tech…Intern Style! Kids Teaching Kids Lessons Where Your Students Are Flip Your Classroom Taking a Risk on At-Risk Kids Going Digital Gains Traction in EdTech

Kids Teaching Kids Lessons Where Your Students Are Going Digital Gains Traction in EdTech Flip Your Classroom Taking a Risk on At-Risk Kids Kids Teaching Kids Going Digital Gains Traction in EdTech

ISTE 2011 Booth #1043

Flip Your Classroom
Jonathan Bergmann & Aaron Sams, Woodland Park High School
Learn how two Presidential Award winning teachers are using Camtasia software to create instructional screencasts for their classroom. You’ll see the features that allow them to customize the learning experience to each student’s needs. They’ll also take you beyond the classroom to show how Camtasia helps them deliver lecture review and in-class instruction when they can’t be with students face-to-face.

Kids Teaching Kids
Eric Marcos, Lincoln Middle School
Letting students create their own math videos (or “mathcasts”) has helped Eric Marcos create a dynamic classroom where kids help teach each other! This practice has given him a better method of tutoring, performing authentic learning assessments, and creating a united classroom culture. You’ll view actual student-created videos and discover how easy it is to create and share “kid-lessons” with Camtasia Studio and Jing.

Teaching Tech… Intern Style!
Dr. Roland Rios, Fort Sam Houston ISD
Would you let a team of interns do the legwork of integrating technology into your classrooms? That’s exactly what Dr. Roland Rios, Technology Director at Fort Sam Houston ISD, recently did. Come hear Dr. Rios’ unique story and hear how this empowered group of students began training teachers and modeling for fellow students, and how TechSmith software helped make it happen.

Lessons Where Your Students Are
Ron Houtman, Kent ISD
TechSmith’s Jing screen capture tool allows Ron Houtman to record short videos for students bursting with useful, informative bits. Come talk with him to see how easily he makes this content available to view over and over again by posting it to a LMS (like Moodle, Blackboard, or Angel) or directly to independent blogs, wikis, and websites.

Taking a Risk on At-Risk Kids
Greg Green, Principal, Clintondale High School
When the principal at Clintondale High took a big risk by flipping his classrooms (as his test scores were dropping and disciplinary rates were on the rise) it paid off. In just one semester, the failure rate at their 9th grade campus reduced by 33% in English, 31% in Math, 22% in Science, and 19% in Social Studies – plus the discipline rate dropped by 66%! Join us to hear Greg Green’s story firsthand and learn about how Camtasia products helped bring the Clintondale flipped classroom to life.

Going Digital Gains Traction in EdTech
Jeremy Vanisacker, Mobile Product Manager, TechSmith
Video can transform the impact your teaching has by making classroom content available to students 24/7, all semester long. At this presentation, TechSmith’s Jeremy Vanisacker will show you how lessons go digital and can be shared via social media – so students can access lessons easily. He’ll also give you a preview of a coming TechSmith iPad app for recording and sharing lessons on the go.

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