Day  of  Discovery:  Tech  or  Treat  Conference   Saturday,  October  22,  2011   8:30  am  to  3:15  pm  

Registration  is  now  available  for  the:   "Day  of  Discovery:  Tech  or  Treat  Conference"     at  the  McQuiston  Center*  in  Battle  Creek!   Choose  between  a  mix  of  virtual  sessions  given  by  nationally  known  speakers  and  face-­‐to-­‐face   sessions  run  by  experienced  technology  trainers  from  Michigan.    All  teachers  are  welcome,   although  space  is  limited.  Click  here  to  register  now.     There  is  no  cost  for  the  conference,  and  lunch  is  provided.  Door  prizes  are  provided  by   Discovery  Education  and  MACUL*.   Virtual  Sessions  by  Discovery  Education’s  National  Speakers:     9:00  am  The  Monster  Mash-­Up  with  Traci  Blazosky,  DEN  Guru   10:00  am  No  Tricks,  Just  Treats  with  Nancy  Sharoff,  DEN  Guru   11:00  am  Digital  Storytelling:  Get  it  Write!  with  Joe  Brennan   12:00  pm  The  Collective  Brain  with  the  DEN  Team   1:00  pm  Spotlight  Session  with  Wes  Fryer   2:00  pm  Treat  Yourself  to  A  Story  with  Dean  Mantz,  DEN  Guru     In  Person  Hands-­on  Sessions:  (subject  to  change)     • • • • • • About  Discovery  Streaming   Thinkfinity:  Lesson  Plans  and  teacher  resources…  all  free!   GeoCaching  in  the  Classroom   Google  Apps  in  Education   Creating  Animations  with  Free  Online  Tools   Challenge  Based  Learning  

Click  here  to  register:  https://lrougeux.wufoo.com/forms/mi-­‐den-­‐day-­‐of-­‐discovery-­‐tech-­‐or-­‐treat/       *The  McQuiston  Center  is  attached  to  Battle  Creek  Central  High  School,  a  part  of  Battle  Creek   Public  Schools.  The  event  is  jointly  sponsored  by  the  Michigan  Association  of  Computer  Users  in   Learning  (MACUL)  and  the  Discovery  Education  Network  (DEN),  and  hosted  by  Battle  Creek   Public  Schools.    For  more  information,  email  Melinda  Waffle  at  wafflem@calhounisd.org.    

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