TIE Conference 2012

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TIE Conference Technology & Innovation in Education

Together in Excellence

April 15-17, 2012 Sioux Falls Convention Center, SD


Table of Contents & Agenda Sunday In-Depth Workshops . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Sunday Keynote Session with Jaime Casap . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Monday Session Grid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 About Technology & Innovation in Education (TIE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Monday Keynote Session with Will Richardson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Monday Breakout Session 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Monday Breakout Session 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Monday Breakout Session 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Monday Breakout Session 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Tuesday Session Grid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Tuesday Morning Keynote Session with Hall Davidson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Tuesday Breakout Session 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Tuesday Breakout Session 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Tuesday Closing Keynote Session with Rob Mancabelli . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Exhibit Hall Information with Schedule & Quick List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Exhibitor Contact Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Exhibit Hall Map

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General Conference Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Index of Presenters

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Sunday – April 15 1:00 - 5:00 PM 4:00 - 8:00 PM 6:45 - 8:00 PM

Preconference In-depth Workshops Conference Registration Welcome & Keynote with Jaime Casap - Grand Ballroom

Monday – April 16 7:30 AM - 3:00 PM Conference Registration 8:15 - 9:30 AM Welcome & Keynote with Will Richardson - Grand Ballroom 9:30 AM Exhibit Hall opens 9:45 - 10:40 AM Breakout Session 1 10:55 - 11:50 AM Breakout Session 2 11:50 AM - 1:00 PM Exhibit Hall Time/Lunch Break (on your own) 1:00 PM Prize drawing in the Exhibit Hall 1:15 - 2:10 PM Breakout Session 3 2:25 - 3:20 PM Breakout Session 4 3:00 - 5:00 PM Festival of Technology Celebration in the Exhibit Hall with Prize Drawings and Snacks Tuesday – April 17 7:30 - 10:00 AM Conference Registration 8:15 - 9:30 AM Welcome & Keynote with Hall Davidson - Grand Ballroom 9:30 AM Exhibit Hall Opens 9:45 - 10:40 AM Breakout Session 5 10:40 - 11:30 AM Festival of Technology Celebration in the Exhibit Hall with Prize Drawings and Snacks 11:30 AM - 12:25 PM Breakout Session 6 11:45 AM Exhibit Hall Closes 12:40 - 1:45 PM Closing Keynote with Rob Mancabelli - Grand Ballroom 1:45 PM Final Prize Drawing

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Letter from the Director Welcome to the 26th Annual TIE Conference. It is a pleasure and a privilege to have you participate in the region’s largest professional development event for educators. I encourage you to engage fully in all the conference has to offer – nationally-recognized keynote speakers, stimulating breakout sessions, a technology-rich exhibit hall, fabulous prizes and much, much more. We have condensed the program booklet this year to include just the basic information you need to find your way to great sessions and vendors. Please rely on the conference website to find more extensive information you may need, http://conference.tie.net. Utilize the TIE Conference Ning, http://tieconference.ning.com to find all the great resources from presenters. We’ve encouraged them to post presentations, handouts and links so that you can easily access them during the conference and after you return home. TIE Twitters and we invite you to join in the conversation. You can find a Twitter TIEtorial at http://xrl.us/tweetattie. You can follow all the happenings at TIE when you follow the #TIE12 Twitter hashtag. Thanks go to a host of people, organizations and agencies for the success of this event. Also, as the Director of TIE, I offer a special thanks to the TIE staff members that work diligently throughout the year to ensure that the TIE Conference is a powerful and productive experience for participants. Sincerely,

Dr. Julie Mathiesen TIE Director

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Sunday In-Depth Workshops 1:00-5:00 PM

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Addressing Common Core Standards with Socratic Seminars with John Swanson Sioux Falls Convention Center - Room 3

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Advanced Google with Jackie Jessop Rising Sioux Falls Convention Center - Room 2

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Chromebooks in the Classroom with Molly Schroeder University Center - 4801 N Career Avenue, UC Main - FADM Rm 147, 1st Floor

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Create Your Teacher Website with Google Sites with Marcia Torgrude University Center - 4801 N Career Avenue, Science/Tech Bldg-FSC1, Rm 117, 1st Fl

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Death to the Textbook: Building your own Textbook with Narratives, Mark Geary University Center - 4801 N Career Avenue, UC Main - FADM, Rm 247, 2nd Floor

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Developing Real-World Projects with Diana Messick Sioux Falls New Technology High School - 2205 N Career Avenue, Room 177

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Extreme SMART® Makeover with Cara Dennert Sioux Falls Convention Center - Room 9

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GoAnimate Your Lessons with Tara Johanneson O’Gorman Jr High - 3100 W 41st Street, Rm 110, Entrance F

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Google Apps 101 with Sherry Crofut Sioux Falls Convention Center - Room 7

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How to be “SMART®” in the Music Classroom with Anne Lyon Sioux Falls Convention Center - Room 1

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Imagine It. Explore It. Do It. NASA in Your Classroom! with Marie Steckelberg University Center - 4801 N Career Avenue, Science/Tech Bldg-FSC1, Rm 108, 1st Fl

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Planning and Implementing an iPad Initiative with Julie Alton Harrisburg Freedom Elem, 1101 Tom Sawyer Trail, Harrisburg, Room b105

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iPad 1 to 1 Dos and Don’ts with Ginny Gustad University Center - 4801 N Career Avenue, UC Main - FADM, Rm 245, 2nd Floor

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iPads, Macs, and the Hashtag with Dale Moeller University Center - 4801 N Career Avenue, UC Main - FADM Rm 153, 1st Floor

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Learn How to Manage the Danielson Framework Process.... with Richard Welsh Sioux Falls Convention Center - Room 8

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Maximizing Teaching & Learning In/Out of the Classroom with TabletPCs, Jill Trimble University Center - 4801 N Career Avenue, UC Main - FADM, Rm 261, 2nd Floor

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Online Assessments In-Depth with Stephen Hallman Sioux Falls Convention Center, Room 14

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Packaging Literacy Websites with Marsha Weiland University Center - 4801 N Career Avenue, Science/Tech Bldg-FSC1, Rm 112, 1st Fl

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See What I Can Do, Students as Producers in the Classroom with Chris Swiden University Center - 4801 N Career Avenue, Science/Tech Bldg-FSC1, Rm 115, 1st Fl

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The 3C’s: Creativity, Critical Thinking and Communication with Cate Sommervold University Center - 4801 N Career Avenue, UC Main - FADM Rm 149, 1st Floor

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The Digital Classroom - Free Tools for Elementary Classroom Teachers with Beth Bury University Center - 4801 N Career Avenue, UC Main - FADM, Rm 253, 2nd Floor

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Using iPads & iPods in the Elementary Classroom with Marta Hoffman University Center - 4801 N Career Avenue,Science/Tech Bldg-FSC1, Rm 110, 1st Fl

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Project Based Learning with Glogster with Brian Williams Sioux Falls Convention Center - Room 6

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Sunday Keynote Session 6:45-8:00 PM Jaime Casap, Google: The Future of Technology in Education Grand Ballroom We have been discussing the integration of technology in education for as long as most of us can remember. In this keynote, we will examine technology’s role in education and why now it’s no longer a question of whether we should integrate technology in education, but rather it is now a question of how we can leverage it to build the skills students will need to compete on a global scale. About Jaime Casap

Jaime Casap is the Senior Education Evangelist at Google, Inc. With more than 15 years of technology experience, he is responsible for working with K12 educational institutions and organizations to bring current and future technological innovations into the education environment. Mr. Casap evangelizes the power of technology and the use of Google tools, such as Google Apps and Chromebooks, to help students build the skills needed to succeed, close the digital divide, and help level the playing field. He has worked with hundreds of school systems and states to build the capability to bring Google tools to millions of teachers and students. Mr. Casap is also a Faculty Associate at Arizona State University, where he teaches classes in organizational behavior, leadership, and innovation. He serves on the Advisory Board of Directors for New Global Citizens and the Arizona STEM Education Program, and is a member of the Digital Education Council. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree from the State University of New York at Brockport and a Master’s from Arizona State University.

Many thanks to the following conference sponsors: Bytespeed Cengage Learning Connecting Point Geek Squad/Best Buy Glogster Lenovo Lightspeed Technologies Hannahers/Polyvision

Infinite Campus Mitel Datanet Pearson Pryntcomm SDN Communications University of Sioux Falls Workplace A/V Systems

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Grid: Monday, April 16 Room

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10:55-11:50 AM

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Old School or BOLD School? Redefining our Value in an Era of Abundance

From Information Literacy to Information Leadership

Ballroom B

Will RIchardson

Soaring to New Sites: Using Google Sites in Education

Chrome Ninja

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Windows 7

DNA Investigation

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Dreaming About Great Math Instruction

Differentiating Beyond Reading and Math

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Ready, Set, Go …

Project Based Learning - Real Projects, Real World, Real Learning

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Digital Social Portfolios - Using NEW Science and Math Student Blogs to Collaborate Resources from PBS and SDPB and Learn

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Extreme Makeover: Classroom iPad2 Customizing Education: Edition No More One Size Fits All!

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If You Give a Kid an iPad . . .

Free and Easy School and Classroom Websites

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SMART Start: Early Learning with SMART Boards

SMART Table 2.0

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A Firsthand Preview of the New Fieldbook Titled: It’s Inevitable: Customized Teaching &Learning

Promethean Planet in a Common Core World

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8 Standards of Mathematical Practice (SMP) - Do They Really Make a Difference....

The Green, Engaging, Frugal, Tech Savvy Classroom

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Deploying and Managing iPads

Power of the Mac

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Infinite Campus: Custom Tabs, Fields and Outline Links – Creative Ways to Track Data

Infinite Campus: Campus Assignment Submission – Communication between....

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Collecting Evidence To Spark Pro. Conv: Using Tech. Tools to Support Teacher Growth

2012 Technology Updates in Education from HP and Intel (Desktop, Notebook, Server)

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ICU - A Plan that Works

The 3C’s: Creativity, Critical Thinking and Communication. Essential Skills for Student....

Fontenelle B

Technology Acquisition and Planning in the 21st Century: Brought to You by HP & RCAS

Windows 7 Based Touch Computing Using the Fujitsu Q550

John Q Hammons

Tech Track

Managing the Charlotte Danielson Framework Process w/Framework for PC Software

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1:15-2:10 PM

2:25-3:20 PM

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Customized Learning - It’s Inevitable!

Reading, Writing and Thinking for the 21st Century

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40 Ways to Use Google Apps in the Classroom

Chromebooks in the Classroom

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Using Google Sites for Your School or Classroom

Getting Started with Glogster EDU Premium

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Microsoft Office Word 2010

Super Sites

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Science Demonstrations II

Making Mobile Media Meaningful (Beyond the Desk!)

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I Want to be a Genetic Engineer Student Showcase of Thinking Games

Free Cool Tools

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Tools for Tomorrow

The Single iPad: Cut the Cord in the Classroom

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Digital Citizenship - Middle School Unit

Jump into iMovie!

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Don’t Eat the Napkins: Feast on a buffet of free online resources

Death to the Textbook

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Blackboard Learn - A Digital Platform for the Technology-Integrated Classroom

Creating a District PLN in the Cloud

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Use Culturally Situated Design Tools Creating Student Web Portfolios Using Software in Your Classroom to Teach Google Docs and Sites Math Through Culture

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Creating Content on the MAC

iPad in Education

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Infinite Campus: Schedule Wizard Infinite Campus: Ad Hoc Reporting with 5.0 – New Master Schedule Capability Logical Expressions – Apply Multiple Enhancements Operators to a Single Field

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How Plato Learning Software is Used in Our District for Secondary Math, Reading, Writing&ALC Credit Recovery

Twitter: The Social Experiment

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Web 2.0 Tools to Engage Students in the Common Core Math Standards

Support Common Core Literacy with Electronic Resources

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See What’s Coming in Windows 8 & Windows 8 Server

South Dakota Broadband Initiative

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2012 South Dakota Online Matters

Mount Rushmore Comes to the Classroom in 3D

John Q Hammons

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About TIE Staffed by a team of professionals with expertise in areas such as technology, curriculum, assessment, instruction, evaluation, and professional development, TIE provides leadership and assistance to schools and educators regarding current issues in education. Leaders value shared decision-making and embrace the disciplines associated with effective learning organizations. To learn more about our staff, go to www.tie.net and click on About Us. TIE Membership Benefits YOU!

In these times of tight budgets, your professional development dollars need to go further. TIE is here to help! As a TIE Member, you receive: • • • • • • • •

Free online workshops Free workshops on DVD produced by TIE Media Services Free Tech Tuesday webinars Free TIE Conference registration for administrator Customized technical training Discounts from exclusive vendor partners Discounted TIE Conference registrations Discounted data analysis services

To learn more about membership, go to www.tie.net and click on Membership & Workshops. Online Workshops

TIE’s online workshops provide the content most in demand through an asynchronous format that works for the busy schedules of teachers, administrators, and other education professionals. We are constantly developing new workshops, with a focus on technology integration, 21st Century skills, and content-based strategies. Our workshops offer you: • Quality professional development without having to travel. • University credit by studying relevant topics with practical connections to your work. • Flexible offerings to fit your busy schedule. For more information about TIE’s online workshops, please contact Lennie Symes at lsymes@tie.net or go to www.tie.net and click on Membership & Workshops. TIE Professional Development Services

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On-site - Bring a TIE Education Specialist to your location. Via Distance - Take advantage of our web conferencing tools or DDN for a live workshop. Online - Participate in an online workshop developed for your faculty/staff with periodic live support through web conferencing. Blended - Ongoing staff development with a combination of on-site and online presentations, resources, and activities.

To learn more about TIE’s services, go to www.tie.net or call 605-394-1876.

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Monday Keynote Session 8:15 - 9:30 AM Will Richardson: Learning in a Networked World: For Ourselves and for Our Students Grand Ballroom If we have access and the skills to take advantage of it, the Web gives us an easy connection to the people and the resources that we need to learn whatever we want to learn, when we want to learn it. That fact challenges the fundamental beliefs that we’ve held about schools and teaching and learning for over 100 years. As our students graduate into a fast-changing, globally networked world, what assumptions do we need to reconsider about how to best prepare them for their futures? How can each one of us begin to change our own learning practice to better model these new opportunities for our students? And what new challenges do we have to overcome to make sure the idea of school remains relevant in the networked world in which our students will live? About Will Richardson

Will Richardson was a public school educator for 22 years and is a co-founder of Powerful Learning Practice, a unique professional development program that has mentored over 3,000 teachers. Mr. Richardson has been writing about the intersection of social online learning networks and education for the past 10 years at willrichardson.com and in numerous journals and magazines, such as Ed Leadership, Education Week and English Journal. He is also a regular columnist for District Administration Magazine and a national advisory board member of the George Lucas Education Foundation. Mr. Richardson’s first book, Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts and Other Powerful Web Tools for Classrooms has sold over 80,000 copies and has impacted classroom practice around the world. He recently released his second book: Personal Learning Networks: Using the Power of Connections to Transform Education.

Check out TIE’s movies in the brand new Movie Screening Room in the exhibit hall! Monday Only! For an additional chance to win a great prize, don’t miss out on the Punch Card Game! Get a “punch” from each exhibitor on your punch card Monday during the Festival of Technology.

Don’t miss Monday’s Festival of Technology Celebration! 3:00 - 5:00 pm in the Exhibit Hall Prizes, food & refreshments, awards and lots of fun!

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Monday, April 16: 9:45 - 10:40 AM 8 Standards of Mathematical Practice (SMP) - Do They Really Make a Difference and How Do We Assess Them?

Lucy Atwood - Three-Rivers Special Services Cooperative The new math standards (CCSS) will require a shift for many in how students learn and gain a deeper understanding of math as a result of the 8 SMP. What are the differences, how will we assess, and where are the tools and support? Room 11 Classroom Teachers, Pre-K to 12 A Firsthand Preview of the New Fieldbook Titled: It’s inevitable: Customized Teaching and Learning

Dr. Jim Parry - TIE, Dr. Pat Peel & Dr. Nancy Hall The authors will share powerful tools and practical resources from the fieldbook. Participants will reflect on the familiar, institutionalized structure of schools and consider options for a customized, learner-centered approach. Room 10 General, Pre-K to 16 Collecting Evidence To Spark Professional Conversations: Using Technology Tools to Support Teacher Growth

Dana Berg - East Dakota Educational Cooperative Streamline observations! Learn more about evidenced-based observations and professional conversations enriched with technology tools as a way to help teachers be reflective & enhance their professional growth. Room 14 Administrators, Pre-K to 16 Deploying and Managing iPads

Jacob Dekkenga - Apple Session devoted to management and deployment of iOS devices. We will discuss configuration, management, app purchasing and deployment as well as general iPad deployment strategies. Room 12 Technology/Network Specialists, Pre-K to 16 Digital Social Portfolios - Using Student Blogs to Collaborate and Learn

Matt Hardy - Eden Prairie Schools, MN Provide an engaging and secure publishing platform for elementary and middle school students. Use Kidblog.org to create digital, interactive “social portfolios” that promote reflection and conversation around academic content. Room 6 Classroom Teachers, Grades 2 to 8 Dreaming About Great Math Instruction

Maggie Austin - TIE What would instruction look like that inspires all learners to love math and to become competent problem-solvers? What role would technology play? We’ll look at some online examples and dream about future possibilities. Room 2 General, Pre-K to 16 Extreme Makeover: Classroom Edition

Tracy Kern & Tresa Thill - Harrisburg School District Are you looking at a new way at engaging students? Project based learning was an instrument used to break the mold of traditional classroom teaching. In this session you will learn the basics, benefits and challenges of PBL. Room 7 Classroom Teachers, Grades 9 to 12 ICU - A Plan that Works

Pat Moller & Justin Zajic - Mitchell School District ICU seems to be an education philosophy that is sweeping across upper elementary, middle, and high schools across the nation. Find out more about how to successfully implement ICU at your school with a limited budget. Fontenelle A General, Grades 4 to 10

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If You Give a Kid an iPad . . .

Joann Butts & Karen Bossman - Watertown School District . . . the possibilities are endless. We’ll describe the transition from PC’s to iPads at WMS and demonstrate iPad basics, tools, and various apps. See how iPads help kids be in charge of their learning and produce great things. Room 8 General, Grades 5 to 16 Infinite Campus: Custom Tabs, Fields and Outline Links – Creative Ways to Track Data

Stephen Hallman - Infinite Campus Learn how to track custom data within Infinite Campus and use Campus Ad Hoc Reporting to analyze and create reports. Room 13 General, Pre-K to 16 Old School or BOLD School? Redefining our Value in an Era of Abundance

Will Richardson - Keynote Speaker The premise upon which schools were founded, that content and knowledge and teachers are scarce, has been turned on its head by the web. We’ll discuss the paths that bold schools are taking to fundamentally redefine their value as places of learning, and suggest ways to begin successful conversations around change in our own schools. Ballroom A General, Pre-K to 16 Ready, Set, Go …

Dr. Pam Lange - TIE This hands-on session will provide a discussion on assessing your district’s readiness for the full implementation to Common Core State Standards. Phases include: Getting staff ready, curriculum alignment, and full implementation. Room 3 Administrators, Pre-K to16 SMART Start: Early Learning with SMART Boards

Amanda Harris - Workplace & Avi Systems Showcase of early learning activities and ideas for SMART boards that provide critical math and literacy skill development for young learners. All activities are aligned with Core Content Standards. Room 9 Classroom Teachers, Pre-K to 3 Soaring to New Sites: Using Google Sites in Education

Molly Schroeder - Flipped Education Come see how you can use Google Sites for student projects, curriculum review, administrative or school dashboards, teacher web sites, digital footprints and more. Google Sites will help you and your students soar to new sites! Ballroom B General, Pre-K to 16 Tech Track

Paula Hawks & Amy Hiedeman - West Central School District West Central is in the second year of their one-to-one laptop initiative at the high school. We are in development of a student driven, project-based technology program. We’ll share our planning and development process. John Q Hammons General, Grades 9 to 12 Technology Acquisition and Planning in the 21st Century: Brought to You by HP and RCAS’s Technology Director

Ruth Ulness - Hewlett-Packard & Rick Bates - Rapid City Area Schools New technology brings a need for lifecycle management, standardization, integration and sound financial decisions. Hear ideas in procurement and deployment efficiencies, maximizing cost of ownership and opportunities for savings. Fontenelle B Technology/Network Specialists, Pre-K to 16 Windows 7

Cristy Flemmer - Sioux Falls School District & Marsha Weiland - Dell Rapids Learn tips and tricks using Microsoft Windows 7 operating system. Explore the taskbar, pinning programs, jump lists, personalizing your desktop, gadgets, snipping tool, electronic sticky notes, and ways to easily search for files. Room 1 General, Pre-K to 12

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Monday, April 16: 10:55 - 11:50 AM 2012 Tech Updates in Education from HP & Intel (Desktop, Notebook, Server)

Ruth Ulness - Hewlett-Packard & Dustin Hanson - Intel Join HP and Intel for technology updates on desktops, notebooks and servers. Learn about foundational technologies for cloud computing and virtualization for client and server, plus the latest in UltraBooks and security solutions. Room 14 Technology/Network Specialists, Pre-K to 16 Chrome Ninja

Molly Schroeder - Flipped Education You can personalize the Google Chrome browser to help you work more productively and efficiently. Learn to optimize your omni search box, customize search strategies, and learn about web apps and extensions. Become a Chrome Ninja! Ballroom B General, Pre-K to 16 Differentiating Beyond Reading and Math

Sharla Steever - Hill City School District This presentation will focus on the methods I have outlined in my book, “A Teacher’s Garden Sprouts,” to meet the individual needs of all students we serve in our classrooms. Room 2 Classroom Teachers, Pre-K to 16 DNA Investigation

Liz McMillian - The Sanford PROMISE - Sanford Research Come experience a set of simple DNA extractions from your own cheek cells and readilyavailable fruits. This lesson can be presented to students as an introduction to DNA – the code for life. Room 1 General, Grades 4 to 10 Free and Easy School and Classroom Websites

Karl Martin - Todd County School District & Gary Miller - Retired Easy and free. Build your school/classroom web sites on-line using an easy drag-and-drop interface from Weebly. You and your students can easily add collaborative elements such as photos, audio, video, and blogs. Free and easy. Room 8 Classroom Teachers, Grades 3 to 16 From Information Literacy to Information Leadership

Will Richardson - Keynote Speaker Assessing the relevance and reliability of information is a crucial skill for all educators to master and model. We need to use social Web technologies to employ successful strategies for finding, managing and communicating information. We’ll cover the tools that information literate learners are using and the strategies to use them well. Ballroom A General, Pre-K to 16 Infinite Campus: Campus Assignment Submission – Communication between the Student and Teacher

Stephen Hallman - Infinite Campus Learn the cycle of document management to allow students to submit assignments via the portal including teacher uploads, student downloads, student interactions, student uploads, teacher downloads and teacher assessment. Room 13 General, Pre-K to 16 iPad2 Customizing Education: No More One Size Fits All!

Renee James & Michelle Andrews - Beresford School District Taking tried and true classic techniques and enhancing them using the iPad2, where to find great apps, motivate students, and showing ways to become more organized and effective! Room 7 Classroom Teachers, Grades 3 to 5 Managing the Danielson Framework Process with Framework for PC Software

Richard Welsh - Nobox Inc. Rick will show you how to collect and organize observation data, evaluate teachers using Danielson’s Rubric, and plan staff development, all with Framework for PC Software! Check out the software for free at frameworkforpc.com. John Q Hammons Administrators, Pre-K to 16

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NEW Science and Math Resources from PBS and SDPB

Steven Rokusek - South Dakota Public Broadcasting During this session participants will learn about PBS LearningMedia. It is your destination for easy, instant access to thousands of classroom-ready, digital resources including video, interactives, and lesson plans. Room 6 Classroom Teachers, Pre-K to 16 Power of the Mac

Jacob Dekkenga & Tony Gunter - Apple Presenters will share tips and tricks related to the power of the Mac OS X Lion. If you are new to the Mac, considering it, or a veteran this would be a worthwhile session for learning the power of the MAC and the newest OS-Lion. Room 12 General, Pre-K to 16 Project Based Learning - Real Projects, Real World, Real Learning

Diana Messick - Sioux Falls School District This session will focus on Project Based Learning as it exists at Sioux Falls New Technology High School. Students at New Tech are engaged in standards based, real world projects connected to the community. Room 3 General, Grades 9 to 12 Promethean Planet in a Common Core World

Crystal Mengenhausen - East Dakota Educational Cooperative Learn how to use ActiVote & Promethean Planet to help teach CCSS. See how ActiVote allows you to gauge comprehension, detect student achievement trends and address academic challenges before they become issues. Room 10 Classroom Teachers, Pre-K to 16 SMART Table 2.0

Amanda Harris - Workplace & Avi Systems This session is recommended for all SMART table users wanting to learn how to edit and create their own lessons for the SMART Table 2.0. We will explore the new SMART Table Toolkit software now available for download. Room 9 Classroom Teachers, Pre-K to 12 The 3C’s: Creativity, Critical Thinking and Communication. Essential Skills for Student Success

Cate Sommervold & Melissa Goodwin - Goodwin & Sommervold This presentation will introduce the 3C’s, why they are essential to student success and provide strategies for increasing them both in and outside of the classroom. Fontenelle A General, Pre-K to 16 The Green, Engaging, Frugal, Tech Savvy Classroom

Luke Baldwin - Todd County School District Teachers will learn novel ways to engage students while improving mastery. Through student led instruction and new views on old mediums, teachers will walk away with tools to make their classrooms exciting and educational. Room 11 Classroom Teachers, Grades 6 to 12 Windows 7 Based Touch Computing Using the Fujitsu Q550

John Hohn - Apex Technology Solutions Group & Slater Ohm - Fujitsu America This session will outline the benefits of using a Windows 7 based slate computer to implement full featured and secure touch computing. 25 Fujitsu q550 slate computers will be used in the session to provide hands-on experience. Fontenelle B General, Pre-K to 16

Don’t miss the special prize drawing Monday at 1:00 in the exhibit hall. Must be present to win!

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Monday, April 16: 1:15 - 2:10 PM 2012 South Dakota Online Matters

Dr. Marilyn Hofer - TIE Meet other distance educators face-to-face in this breakout/roundtable session. Please join this discussion to acquire new online colleagues and share ideas to make the South Dakota Online Matters network thrive. John Q Hammons General, Grades 6 to 16 40 Ways to Use Google Apps in the Classroom

Jaime Casap & Becky Evans - Google, Inc. Learn how you can make Google Apps come to life in your classrooms and schools. We’ll highlight the core apps suite and demonstrate the top 40 ways we’ve seen Apps being used. You’ll also have the opportunity to try the tools out for yourself. Ballroom B General, Pre-K to 16 Blackboard Learn - A Digital Platform for the Technology-Integrated Classroom

Shawn Cutler - Wall School District Provided free to SD teachers through the k12 data center, this tool has many applications. A class calendar, digital assessments, wikis, private journals, and a simple interface are just a few features that make it so valuable. Room 10 Classroom Teachers, Grades 5 to 12 Creating Content on the MAC

Tony Gunter - Apple Creating content with the Mac device through EPub, digital portfolios, and iLife products. Room 12 General, Pre-K to 16 Creating Student Web Portfolios Using Google Docs and Sites

Samantha Walder - Deuel School District The presentation will show teachers how to use Google Sites by making their own site, show integration of Sites with Docs, and also review ways to integrate web portfolios in the classroom. Room 11 Classroom Teachers, Grades 10 to 12 Customized Learning – It’s Inevitable!

Dr. Julie Mathiesen - TIE Mass Customized Learning describes a technologically empowered, learner focused alternative to our industrial age, assembly line school structure. What if every day, every learner was met with customized learning activities, was learning in his or her most effective learning style with content of interest, was challenged, was successful and left school eager to come back tomorrow? Ballroom A General, Pre-K to 16 Digital Citizenship - Middle School Unit

Heidi Noem - Hamlin School District This presentation will outline in detail a unit taught to the Hamlin Students regarding internet ethics that provides students with knowledge regarding how they can become responsible digital citizens. Room 8 Classroom Teachers, Grades 6 to 8 Don’t Eat the Napkins: Feast on a buffet of free online resources

Gavin Woltjer & Matt Wiebe - TIE Learn to use open educational resources to break down the “weight-bearing wall” of textbooks while saving money and enriching students learning environments with up-todate info, interactives, engaging media and customizable content. Room 9 General, Pre-K to 16

In need of a little help from a geek? Visit Best Buy’s Geek Squad agents in booth #10 for free on-site tech support!

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How Plato Learning Software is Used in Our District for Secondary Math, Reading, Writing and ALC Credit Recovery

Nate Hanson & Paul Karelis - District 518, Worthington, MN We will discuss how we use Plato Learning Software currently at Worthington High School/ALC. Our secondary teachers use the Plato Software in math, reading, writing and credit recovery at the ALC. Room 14 General, Grades 9 to 12 I Want to be a Genetic Engineer - Student Showcase of Thinking Games

Jacob Geary - Student & Mark Geary - Dakota State University Games and simulations are not simply more fun or engaging. They have the potential to foster deeper and more meaningful learning than much traditional classroom-based instruction. See 3 games reviewed by 3 students. Room 6 Classroom Teachers, Grades 2 to 10 Infinite Campus: Schedule Wizard 5.0 – New Master Schedule Capability Enhancements

Stephen Hallman - Infinite Campus The new schedule wizard includes a new algorithm to build a master schedule based on licenses, credentials, FTE, prep times. It not only creates sections, but links teachers and rooms to those sections in a single process. Room 13 General, Pre-K to 16 Microsoft Office Word 2010

Cristy Flemmer - Sioux Falls School District & Marsha Weiland - Dell Rapids Learn tips and tricks of Microsoft Office Word 2010. See what is new with Word 2010 versus Word 2003. Explore the quick access toolbar, ribbon, backstage view, editing / formatting documents, document magnification, and more. Room 2 General, Pre-K to 12 Science Demonstrations II

Steven Rokusek - South Dakota Public Broadcasting During this session participants will review classic science demonstrations and activities, including the mapping of the cones in the eye and the effect of weight variation on terminal velocity. Room 3 Classroom Teachers, Grades 3 to 12 See What’s Coming in Windows 8 & Windows 8 Server

Travis Graves - Graves It Solutions Preview Microsoft’s newest operating system and experience what will become the most radical design change to come to the Windows operating system since Windows 95. See the new features and capabilities coming to clients and servers. Fontenelle B Technology/Network Specialists, Pre-K to 16 Tools for Tomorrow

Lacey Hoogland - TIE If you are looking for tools that you can use tomorrow in your classroom, then this session is for you! You will learn about quick easy tools to use with your students many of which do not even require you to create an account. Room 7 Classroom Teachers, Pre-K to 16 Using Google Sites for Your School or Classroom

Gary Miller & Tami Kramlich - Kulm School District Learn to use FREE GOOGLE TOOLS to empower your classroom or entire school. See how Kulm (ND) Schools switched their web presence to Google Sites and integrated Doc, Calendars and more to have an easy to manage website. Room 1 General, Pre-K to 16 Web 2.0 Tools to Engage Students in the Common Core Math Standards

Sherry Gettemy - TIE Participants will explore web 2.0 math tools to support and enhance learning through the “Standards of Mathematical Practice.” Come and experience rich mathematical tasks and make connections to the common core standards. Fontenelle A Classroom Teachers, K to 5

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Monday, April 16: 2:25 - 3:20 PM Chromebooks in the Classroom

Jaime Casap - Google, Inc. Chromebooks for education are a simple, scalable and an affordable way to put technology into the hands of more students and teachers. Join us for a deep dive into the idea of using Chromebooks in your classroom. Ballroom B General, Pre-K to 16 Creating a District PLN in the Cloud

Mary Sprecher - Brookings School District Discover how one district used an on-line portal to collaborate and recognize colleagues for their accomplishments. Room 10 General, Pre-K to 16 Death to the Textbook

Mark Geary - Dakota State University Quick overview of an alternative to expensive textbooks, by creating customized ebook examples with engaging narratives. Room 9 General, Grades 2 to 12 Free Cool Tools

Sherry Crofut - TIE There are so many free cool tools online and so little time to find them all. Come check out a few of Sherry’s newest favorites and how you might incorporate them in your life/class! Room 3 Classroom Teachers, Pre-K to 16 Getting Started with Glogster EDU Premium

Brian Williams - Glogster Edu Glogster EDU Team will guide you through the basics of Glogster EDU Premium: creating Glogs, adding and managing student accounts, class administration, and “the 3 P’s”: projects, presentations, and portfolios. Room 1 Classroom Teachers, Pre-K to 16 Infinite Campus: Ad Hoc Reporting with Logical Expressions – Apply Multiple Operators to a Single Field

Stephen Hallman - Infinite Campus Apply Not logic to a given field (or a combination) operator and value. Apply Or logic between two fields (or a combination of fields) and their operators/values. Combine And, Or, and Not logic between various fields. Room 13 General, Pre-K to 16 iPad in Education

Dan Pollema - Apple An overview of the iPad and a discussion of it’s potential and emergence in education. How can it be used in the classroom? Room 12 General, Pre-K to 16 Jump into iMovie!

Buffy Heesch & Elisa Beutler - Watertown School District Want to try iMovie, but think it’s too hard? Come look at simple ways to get started. See ideas for students to make movies in a variety of subject areas. Room 8 Classroom Teachers, Grades 4 to 8 Making Mobile Media Meaningful (Beyond the Desk!)

Hall Davidson - Discovery Education Mobile phones, iPads, and tablets have the ability to create content and share learning both in the classroom and in the extended online universe. Build interactive projects and assessments that tap and expand student knowledge with apps, QR codes, social media sites, microscopes, and more. Learn how free resources, media libraries, and the web can work mobile - even for students without smart phones. Ballroom A General, Pre-K to 16

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Mount Rushmore Comes to the Classroom in 3D

Blaine Kortemeyer - Mt Rushmore Memorial & Rick Hamilton - Hill City School District Recently Mount Rushmore was digitally archived using laser technology. Attendees will learn about the scanning process, view some of the scans, learn applications of this technology, receive lesson plans and website info. John Q Hammons Classroom Teachers, Pre-K to 12 Reading, Writing and Thinking for the 21st Century

Michael Hanson - Scholastic Technology can support achievement by providing students with brain-based practices, personalization, and engagement. We’ll explore System 44 and READ 180 Next Generation. Critical concepts; phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, writing, text comprehension, communication, and collaboration are addressed. Using assessment to drive individual instruction and professional development are explored. Room 6 Administrators, Grades 3 to 12 South Dakota Broadband Initiative

Jamie Fry & Mike Waldner - South Dakota Broadband Initiative The Broadband Initiative is “gaining speed” across South Dakota! Come tour maps, share stories, and learn about what Technology Planning and YOU can do to improve broadband services! Learn about present accomplishments and new developments. Fontenelle B General, Pre-K to 16 Super Sites

Cara Dennert & Janel Lone - Groton Area School District We are bombarded with educational Internet sites for our students to utilize. The problem is choosing which sites to use. Come check out the best of the best and walk away with some instant activities. Room 2 Classroom Teachers, Pre-K to 6 Support Common Core Literacy with Electronic Resources

Jane Healy & Mary G. Johnson - South Dakota Department Of Education Where can your students turn for age-appropriate, safe, true, current material for research and projects? How can you assist them through the process? Discover how State Library subscription resources provided free to your school can solve the research mystery. Fontenelle A Classroom Teachers, K to 12 The Single iPad: Cut the Cord in the Classroom

Dale Moeller & Lila Moeller - Rutland School District Do you only have one iPad in your classroom? Would you like to project it to the class and not be tied to a cable or show your students work? Turn it into a portable whiteboard/ document camera with Apple TV. We will show you how. Room 7 General, K to 12 Twitter: The Social Experiment

Lenessa Keehn - Lead-Deadwood School District Are you socially connected? Are your students? Do you want to jump into the social media waters? Discover how to integrate social media, discuss district policy & trends, and successes (and failures) of Twitter in the classroom. Room 14 Classroom Teachers, Grades 9 to 12 Use Culturally Situated Design Tools Software in Your Classroom to Teach Math Through Culture

Jennifer Rodin - Oglala Lakota College Culturally Situated Design Tools, csdt.rpi.edu, were developed by Ron Eglash and RPI to help students learn math and computing through artifacts and practices of diverse cultures. Attendees will practice using this software. Room 11 Classroom Teachers, Grades 5 to 14

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Grid: Tuesday, April 17 Room

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11:30 AM-12:25 PM

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Who am I Online? -- Creating Your 21st Century Internet

Crafting the Compelling Case for Technology in the Classroom

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State of the DDN

Flipping the Classroom to Improve Learning and Teaching

Have you Heard...?

Middle School Integration Ideas That Work!

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Exploring Possibilities Mass Customized with Multigenre Writing Learning - Examples in Across Content Areas.... Progress Collaboration: Motivating and Engaging All Students

iMovie on Your Mac

SD Teacher Technology Braille and Audio Book Availability and Use Access for Visually and Survey Findings and Physically Handicapped

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Effective Flipped Instruction

Everything About Ereaders

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South Dakota Virtual School

Rewired: Connecting with the i-Brain

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Tips from a Trainer: SMART Board Tips and Tricks

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Top 10 Free Websites and Programs to Use with Your Interactive

ActivInspire: I have a Promethean Board, Now What?

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Building Your Professional Network with Twitter

Kindergarten Robotics

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iPad 101

Creating Digital Resources for iPads

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Infinite Campus: Online Infinite Campus: Assessments Overview Campus Food Service/ – Infinite Campus can.... FRAM

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Copyright, Fair Use and Creating Your Creative Commons in Professional Learning the Classroom & Online Network (PLN)

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Supporting Excellence Connect, Collaborate, Among Staff: Establishing & Share Using the Professional Networks Thinkfinity Community

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We’re ready to Bring Your Own Device: implement the Charlotte Finding a Happy Place Danielson Framework.... Between the Budget, IT....

John Q Hammons

The Positive Impact of the Virtualization in K-12 and Academy of READING: A HP Laptop and Tablet Response-to-Intervention... Breakdown and Product....

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Rob Mancabelli Final Prizes


Tuesday Morning Keynote 8:15 - 9:30 AM Hall Davidson, Discovery Education: Not Your Father’s eBook: New Kinds of Learning Tools for New Kinds of Learners Grand Ballroom For generations, students lived with textbooks with “print DNA”: linear, undifferentiated, and nondynamic. New ‘techbooks’ arrive with cloud-based media DNA: fluid, differentiated, embedded and rich as the web. The medium itself becomes a tool for learning. Cameras, mashups and student material merge with tradition resources. Content creation becomes an integrated tool. QR codes, 3D, apps, and hardware come together in a true 21st Century resource. What’s here now, what’s coming, and why teaching and learning just got better. About Hall Davidson

Hall Davidson began teaching in 1971. He taught middle and high school English, mathematics, Spanish, and bilingual mathematics, as well as college courses on technology for teacher credential candidates. He left the classroom to teach math on television, winning an Emmy award and spending 20 years at Los Angeles area PBS stations teaching, leading staff development, and championing content creation by students and teachers. He is a frequent contributor to national education publications, co-authored TechWorks, an internationally distributed classroom technology kit, and co-founded Kitzu.org, a resource of free online kits to encourage project-based learning with media. He was elected to the board of Computer-Using Educators where he served for six years. He joined Discovery Education in 2005 where he blogs, creates webinars, and works in educational partnerships and Global Learning Initiatives as a director of the Discovery Educator Network. He has spoken about technology and education to audiences around the world.

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Tuesday, April 17: 9:45 - 10:40 AM Building Your Professional Network with Twitter

Dana Berg - East Dakota Educational Cooperative Find and share resources, ask questions about what others are doing in their classrooms and schools, and learn more about professional topics of interest all in a social media setting. These tips and tricks will help expand your PLN with the help of Twitter. Room 11 Classroom Teachers, Pre-K to 16 Collaboration: Motivating and Engaging All Students

Dale Solberg - Dell Rapids School District Provide the social interaction that often deepens learning for creatively solving the complex problems of teaching and learning. Be an advocate for increased teamwork among students using the free software, Prezi. Room 3 Classroom Teachers, Grades 7 to 12 Copyright, Fair Use and Creative Commons in the Classroom and Online

Matt Wiebe - TIE You’ve found another teacher’s lesson plans online. They’re perfect for your upcoming unit. The author did not copyright them so you decide to print the lessons out and use them in your classroom. Are you violating copy right and fair use laws? Have you heard the term Creative Commons but don’t know what it is? Is this affecting your teaching practices and limiting your ability to be innovative in your instruction? We will explore these questions and provide you with resources that you and your students can use to avoid legal fallout. Room 14 Classroom Teachers, Pre-K to 16 Effective Flipped Instruction

Carla Diede & Jordan Braa - Lennox School District Learn about flipped instruction thru a demo lesson and how to use it to hold students accountable for their own learning. Explore technology options such as iPad, iPod, Google Docs and more to make flipped instruction possible. Room 7 Classroom Teachers, Grades 6 to 16 Exploring Possibilities with Multigenre Writing Across Content Areas and Grade Levels

Sami Peil - Deubrook High School Presentation includes a writing activity and discussion to help teachers envision how multigenre writing may fit across grade levels and content areas after I have shared example student papers, unit framework, and technology use. Room 2 Classroom Teachers, Pre-K to 16 Have you Heard...?

Susan Turnipseed - Brookings School District Ever heard of Visitimer, Youplisher, or tikatok? I’ll share some great internet resources for use in the elementary classroom that you may not have heard about. Included will be sites for teacher use, as well as for class instruction, small groups, and individual student use. Room 1 Classroom Teachers, K to 5 Infinite Campus: Online Assessments Overview – Infinite Campus can Score Assessments for Me

Stephen Hallman - Infinite Campus This overview session will demonstrate how you can use Infinite Campus to create and manage an item bank, create, deliver and score simple quizzes to complex tests. Automate grade book scoring. Room 13 General, Pre-K to 16 iPad 101

Dan Pollema - Apple Basics for introduction to the iPad for the new user. What the technology consists of and how to find content for the device. Room 12 General, Pre-K to 16

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SD Teacher Technology Availability and Use Survey Findings and Recommendations

Amy Smith - SDSU Teaching/Learning/Leadership & Samantha Walder - Deuel School District Based on a study from Spring 2010, the presentation will share information about technology resources available or used by teachers in South Dakota. Based on their responses, learn about useful free tools and essential purchases. Room 6 General, Pre-K to 12 South Dakota Virtual School

Erin Larsen - South Dakota Department Of Education This session will highlight the benefits of the South Dakota Virtual School for both your students and school district and will provide sample policies related to implementing online learning in your district. Room 8 Administrators, Grades 6 to 12 State of the DDN

Jim Edman, John Malfero, Pat Snow, Paul Ersland, Jeff Slocum, Mark Nelson - BIT DDN The presenters will relay the present state of the Dakota Digital Network, future plans and technologies. Ballroom B General, Grades 1 to 12 Supporting Excellence Among Staff: Establishing Professional Networks

Julie Nikolas - Leola School District & Sharla Steever - Hill City School District The South Dakota Teacher to Teacher Support Network (TTSN) is a one-stop, userfriendly, cost free method of supporting your staff and school culture while strengthening partnerships to improve learning in the classroom. Fontenelle A General, Pre-K to 16 The Positive Impact of the Academy of READING: A Response-to-Intervention Research Study

Kevin Lein - Harrisburg School District & Matt Brown - Education Technology Partners A research study in South Dakota concluded schools can find an ally with the Academy of READING in the battle for complete literacy and thus, confident and purposeful strategies to assist all students to increased academic growth. John Q Hammons Administrators, Grades 2 to 12 Tips from a Trainer: SMART Board Tips and Tricks

Amanda Harris - Workplace & Avi Systems I’ll reveal my favorite tips and tricks learned as a SMART Education Consultant. I will present time saving tips and cool creation techniques you can replicate in your classroom. Participants will receive SMART resources and a copy of selected material. Room 9 Classroom Teachers, Pre-K to 16 Top 10 Free Websites and Programs to Use with Your Interactive Board and LRS

Scott Caulfield - Promethean - Connecting Point In this sessions you will learn how to use 10 free websites and programs that enhance your Interactive Whiteboard or Student Response Device. Room 10 Classroom Teachers, Pre-K to 16 We’re ready to implement the Charlotte Danielson Framework. How do we collect and calibrate evidence of teaching?

MaryLou McGirr & Lacey Hoogland - TIE In this session, evaluators will learn what evidence to look for in each domain and observe how to calibrate it with the Framework for Teaching rubrics. Fontenelle B Administrators, Pre-K to 16 Who am I Online? -- Creating Your 21st Century Internet Presence

Rob Mancabelli - Keynote Speaker Each of us will answer the question “Who am I online?” by exploring the tensions of creating an effective online profile – private vs. public, personal vs. professional and consumption vs. contribution. You’ll leave with an understanding of the important guidelines for building an online presence and a plan for continuing their work. The session is a must-attend for any educator who hasn’t spent time crafting their online profile. Now’s the time to start! Ballroom A General, Pre-K to 16

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Tuesday, April 17: 11:30 AM - 12:25 PM ActivInspire: I have a Promethean Board, Now What?

Melissa Hayes & Kari Haberling - Faulkton School District Presenters will show numerous ways that they use the Promethean Board in their classrooms. You will see many different approaches that you can use with your students to keep them engaged in your lessons for every subject area. Room 10 Classroom Teachers, K to 12 Braille and Audio Book Access for Visually and Physically Handicapped Students

Karen Duenwald - South Dakota Department Of Education The SDSL Braille & Talking Book Program lends large print and braille textbooks and digital audio books and more. Schools can download audio books, and soon braille, books from BARD (Braille & Audio Reading Download). Room 6 General, Pre-K to 16 Bring Your Own Device: Finding a Happy Place Between the Budget, IT Security and Management

Ryan Schmotter - Enterasys Today’s K-12 classrooms are loaded with technology, both classroom-based and BYOD, such as tablets and smartphones. Schools must control access while conforming to certain laws. Enterasys will help you navigate the minefield! Fontenelle B General, Pre-K to 16 CONNECT, COLLABORATE, and SHARE Using the Thinkfinity Community

Marcia Torgrude - TIE Learn about how the Thinkfinity community can strengthen your educational program by providing opportunities for educators to engage in meaningful discussions, access, save and organize online resources, and manage team or group communication. Fontenelle A Classroom Teachers, Pre-K to 16 Crafting the Compelling Case for Technology in the Classroom

Rob Mancabelli - Keynote Speaker School leaders need a powerful case to garner support for technology. This session empowers participants to build a technology message that will attract budgetary funding, professional development and board support. You will leave with an understanding of what’s needed for the content of the message, the form of delivery and the selection of the audience. Ballroom A General, Pre-K to 16 Creating Digital Resources for iPads

Tony Gunter - Apple In this presentation Apple will demonstrate how educators can create digital resources for the iPad using a Macintosh computer and iPad apps. Room 12 Classroom Teachers, Pre-K to 16 Creating Your Professional Learning Network (PLN)

Debra Peters - Tri-Valley School District A PLN is vital to educators. PLN can keep you current and make you aware of the world your students are preparing to join. Teachers become connected, empowered, confident learners. Learn how to start creating your PLN. Room 14 General, Pre-K to 16 Everything About Ereaders

Amanda Lundy - Barnes & Noble & Heather Stephenson - Siouxland Libraries Come find out how schools are using ereaders. We’ll discuss the basic uses and advantages of ereaders in the classroom. Room 7 General, Pre-K to 16 Flipping the Classroom to Improve Learning and Teaching

Jill Trimble - South Dakota School Of Mines & Technology In a flipped or inverted classroom, students view short lectures before class. Class time is used to work through problems and engage in collaborative learning. We will go over some of the pros and cons of this instruction method. Ballroom B Classroom Teachers, Grades 9 to 16

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iMovie on Your Mac

Tiffany Beste & Rosemary Hirtz - Watertown School District Combine pictures, text, music, video, audio and much more to bring learning to life. iMovie makes research, projects, presentations and information fun for both the teacher and the student. Room 3 Classroom Teachers, Grades 6 to 16 Infinite Campus: Campus Food Service/FRAM

Paula Soucheray - Infinite Campus Learn how Infinite Campus provides three point-of-sale options so you can mix and match them to meet the specific needs of each school in your district. Come and be the first to see the new portal FRAM application. Room 13 General, Pre-K to 16 Kindergarten Robotics

Susanne Brokmeier - South Dakota State University Look what happens when technology and creativity are combined—kindergarten robotics! Sue Brokmeier, instructor from the lab school at South Dakota State University, shares her students’ projects using Lego WeDo robotics kits. Room 11 Classroom Teachers, Pre-K to 2 Mass Customized Learning - Examples in Progress

John Swanson - TIE Join this session to learn more about some schools who are making big efforts to customize learning for each individual student. Room 2 Administrators, Pre-K to 16 Middle School Integration Ideas That Work!

Nancy Weidenbach & Julie Alton - Harrisburg School District Facilitate effective technology integration into the curriculum of middle school teachers. Explore: Internet based tools, digital devices (Flip cameras, iPods, iPads), and effective ways to seamlessly integrate lessons. Room 1 Classroom Teachers, Grades 6 to 8 Rewired: Connecting with the i-Brain

Jo Hartmann - TIE How can we survive technological alterations to student brains in this distracted digital age? We need to change our schools to fit tech-savvy brains. We can’t put new wine into old bottles. Room 8 General, Pre-K to 16 Virtualization in K-12 and HP Laptop and Tablet Breakdown and Product Highlights

Maureen Thompson & Gilbert Blanco - Riverside Technologies, Chass Beving - RTI & Dan Aldrich - Vmware RTI and VMware explore the desktop virtualization arena. Extend PC lifecycle, take advantage of the newest K-12 software and maintain maximum security. Plus HP laptop/ tablet breakdown for service and new product line highlights. John Q Hammons Technology/Network Specialists, K to 12

Don’t miss your chance to win a new iPad!

TIE will be giving them away throughout the conference - beginning with Sunday’s keynote and ending with the closing keynote on Tuesday. Must be present to win!

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Tuesday Closing Keynote 12:40 - 1:45 PM Rob Mancabelli: The Secrets of Creating 21st Century Schools Grand Ballroom 21st Century learning means more than just changing classrooms & curriculum, it means changing mindsets. But how can you move beyond the early adopters and get everyone in your school to embrace a modern vision of learning? This presentation explores the art and science of “change” and delivers concrete advice about how to build 21st Century schools. What are the assumptions that we need to rethink in order to build modern classrooms? What are the steps we can take to engage everyone, not just a few, in the process? And how can we not just learn new skills, but truly embrace new roles? A “must see” for anyone who has every wrestled with the challenge of change. About Rob Mancabelli

Rob Mancabelli is a speaker, writer and consultant on educational innovation. He’s the co-author of Personal Learning Networks: Using the Power of Connections to Transform Education (2011), a keynote presenter at education conferences and a regular columnist for District Administration Magazine. Mr. Mancabelli has over a decade of experience leading technology programs in schools and he’s worked with thousands of educators to develop dynamic 21st century learning environments. He serves on the educational advisory boards for Dell Computer, Acer Corporation and Career Village. Mr. Mancabelli will be receiving his Executive MBA from MIT in June 2012.

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Exhibit Hall Information Monday Schedule

Tuesday Schedule

Quick List with Booth Numbers A&B Business Solutions . . . . . . . . 72, 73 A&C Promotions . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120 Ace Computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Aercor Wireless, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . 86 AIM Education - Learn360 . . . . . . . . 58 AOS - Alexander Open Systems . . . . . 111 Apex Technology Solutions Group . . . . . 71 Apple Computer . . . . . . . . . . . room 12 Aspex Solutions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 Atomic Learning, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Barnes & Noble . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Best Buy - Geek Squad . . . . . . . . . . . 10 BG Innovations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 ByteSpeed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Century Business Products . . . . . . . . 110 Children’s Care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107 Cisco Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 College of St. Scholastica . . . . . . . . . . 32 Connecting Point Computer Ctr . 92, 93, 101 Core Education & Counsulting Solutions . 99 CPO Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Curriculum Associates . . . . . . . . . . 105 Dakota Entertainment (photo booth) . . . n/a Dakota State University . . . . . . . . . . 83 DakotaLink . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37, 44 DakTech Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91 Davidson Titles, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Delta Dental Philanthropic Fund . . . . . 84 Delta Education/FOSS . . . . . . . . . 28, 29 DyKnow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 DYMO-Mimio Interactive Teaching Tech . 97 Editure Professional Development . . . . . 50 Education Technology Partners . . . . . . . 8 eInstruction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114 Elite Business Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Enterasys Networks . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Epson America . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Fujitsu America Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . 102 Glencoe McGraw-Hill . . . . . . . . . 14, 15 GovConnection, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Graybar Electric . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Hannahers/PolyVision . . . . . . . . 115, 116 Hewlett Packard . . . . . . . . . . . . 64, 65 Hitachi Solutions America, Ltd. . . . . . 113 Horace Mann . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Houghton Mifflin Harcourt . . . . . 103, 104 Infinite Campus . . . . . . . . . . 94, 95, 96 Insight Systems Exchange . . . . . . . . . 63 Journey Museum . . . . . . . . . . 68, 69, 70

Keystone Treatment Centers . . . . . . . 122 KT Connections/Dakota Backup . . . 66, 67 Learning Opportunties/ Booksystems . . . 47 Learning Solutions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 LEGO Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Lightspeed Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . .90 Lightspeed Technologies, Inc. . . . . . . . 74 Lock n Charge Technologies . . . . . . . . 45 Mid-West 3D Solutions . . . . . . . . . . 85 Mitel DataNet . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52, 53 Moss Enterprises . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 NASA SD Space Grant Consortium . . 21, 22 NetSupport, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 New Horizons Computer Learning Center . 24 NSU Center for Statewide E-learning . . 121 ODYSSEYWARE . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 Pearson Education . . . . . . . . . . . 34, 35 Perma-Bound Books . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Pheasantland Industries . . . . . . . . . . 13 PLATO Learning . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1, 2 Pryntcomm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic . . . . 57 Renaissance Learning . . . . . . . . . . . 79 Rigby, Great Source, Steck-Vaughn . . . . 26 RTI - Riverside Tech Inc . . . . . . . . . . 89 Ruckus Wireless . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112 Samsung Techwin . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76 Scholastic, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87 SchoolReach Instant Parent Contact . . . 123 SDN Communications . . . . . . . . . . 80 SkillsTutor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108 South Dakota Association for Middle Level Educators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119 South Dakota Education Association . . . 118 South Dakota Public Broadcasting . . . . . 33 South Dakota State Library . . . . . . . . 82 Spectrum Industries, Inc. . . . . . . . . . 75 STEM Fuse, LLC . . . . . . . . . . . . 117 Stoneware, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 Study Island . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 Thinix - R & D Industries, Inc. . . . . . . 88 Thinkfinity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 TIE Membership . . . . . . . . . . . . 40, 41 Tierney Brothers Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 University Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 University of SD - Div of Continuing . 30, 31 VMware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Workplace Technology Center . . . 60, 61, 62 World Book, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

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Exhibit Hall and Concessions open Drawings for prizes Media Fair Awards Festival of Technology with prizes and snacks

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Exhibit Hall and Concessions open Festival of Technology with prizes and snacks

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Exhibitor Contact Information A&B Business Solutions #72 & 73

www.abbusiness.com, Joel Running, joel@abbusiness.com, 605-335-8520 1600 North A Avenue, Sioux Falls, SD 57104

A&B Business has positioned itself as the regional leader in the digital revolution and the fastest growing printer/copier company in the Midwest. A&B Business provides a full line of Image Communication Technology for today’s networked environment along with related supplies and service that enables our customers to meet their business objectives. A&C Promotions #120

www.acpromotions.net, Carla Skiles, acpromotions@wildblue.net, 605-391-4451 23742 Burnt Fork Road, Hill City, SD 57745 Computer bags and promotional items. Ace Computers #12

www.acecomputers.com, Mitch Hanson, mhanson@acecomputers.com, 651-470-7983 1425 East Algonquin Road, Arlington Hts, IL 60005

Ace Computers is a 29 year old ISO9001:2008 registered systems integrator that is focused on the needs of educational, governmental and corporate entities. We work closely with our clients to provide the highest performing products in the industry. We hold major contracts including GSA and WSCA for ease of purchasing. Our products are Energy-Star® and EPEAT™ Certified for environmental responsibility. Aercor Wireless, Inc. #86

www.aercor.com, Derrick Hoffmann, drhoffmann@aercor.com, 651-289-4211 3459 Washington Drive, Suite 205, Eagan, MN 55122

Aercor Wireless is a vendor neutral professional services company focused on delivering secure, scalable, reliable enterprise wireless networks and mobility solutions to meet voice, video, and data communication requirements for your environment. Aercor’s expert-level consultants have extensive project experience, industry respected certifications, and in-depth, cross-platform technical expertise. AIM Education - Learn360 #58

www.learn360.com, Steve Finch, sfinch@learn360.com, 888-367-6368 1000 Woodbury Rd - LL1, Woodbury, NY 11797

Learn360 is the most current and affordable video streaming service in K12 education. Learn 360 delivers affordable access to stream or download thousands of videos, video clips, audio files and more. Access video clips from Sunburst, PBS, National Geographic, A&E – History Channel and dozens of top producers. AOS (Alexander Open Systems) #111

www.aos5.com, Brian Thomas, Brian.Thomas@aos5.com, 605-782-0702 2329 N. Career Avenue, Suite 219, Sioux Falls, SD 57103

AOS provides consultative solutions through technical expertise in networking, data center, communications & collaboration, and physical & data security. These solutions are engineered through consultative design, full service implementation, and ongoing support. AOS provides the technological catalyst to increase revenue, decrease cost, and reduce risk, all the while delivering the expected competitive advantage. Apex Technology Solutions Group #71

www.apextsg.com, Jamie Hohn, Jai@ApexTSG.com, 605-574-2221 427 Main Street/Box 790, Hill City, SD 57745

ApexTSG is committed to supplying technology solutions that work for any size organization. Quality service and products lead us toward creating an environment that is productive & affordable. Network management, server migration, email system config, and structured wiring are just a few of the services that we can supply to your organization. Apex is an authorized Alltel retail location. Apple Computer, Room 12

www.apple.com, Dan Pollema, pollema@apple.com, 402-452-6603 1 Infinite Circle, Cupertino, CA 95014

Apple has been creating innovative education tools and resources for over 30 years. Learn why customers select Apple as their education technology partner. Visit our presentations for examples of the latest technology offerings for the classroom. See new software, hardware, online tools, and resources designed to make technology a powerful teaching and learning tool. See us in room 12!

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Aspex Solutions #78

www.aspexsolutions.com, Dr. Keith Westman, keith@aspexsolutions.com, 847-475-2283 8001 Lincoln Avenue, Skokie, IL 60077

AppliTrack is used in leading school districts throughout South Dakota, including Sioux Falls Public Schools and Rapid City Public Schools. Stop by our booth to learn how our technologies: AppliTrack Recruiting, AppliTrack Selection, and AppliTrack HR Files will help create a paperless HR office in your district. Atomic Learning, Inc. #20

www.atomiclearning.com/k12, Shannon Gilb, sgilb@atomiclearning.com, 320-631-5955 15088 Ne 22nd Avenue, Little Falls, MN 56345

Atomic Learning is focused on providing a cost-effective just-in-time professional development, technology integration and support solution that empowers educators to effectively utilize technology to impact student achievement. As your ed tech training partner, Atomic Learning helps teachers develop college and career-ready students with 21st century skills-based training. Barnes & Noble #11

www.bn.com, Amanda Lundy, crm2968@bn.com, 605-362-1500 3700 West 41st Street, Sioux Falls, SD 57106

We are excited to show you how our NOOK ereader works and what it can do for you. We also have a selection of items available for sale. Best Buy - Geek Squad #10

CONFERENCE SPONSOR

www.bestbuy.com, Benjamin Nguyen, Benjamin.nguyen@geeksquad.com, 605-334-0003 2101 41st Street W, Sioux Falls, SD 57105

Local staff will be available to demonstrate the many products and services available to schools and show guests how easy it is to place an order and have local store support (POs are welcome!) Geek Squad Agents will also be present to show their computer support know-how and the many other services they can provide to schools and their students. Stop in for free on-site tech support! BG Innovations #49

www.bgi-usa.net, Dave Dennig, dave@bgi-usa.net, 888-668-0759 2822 Snowy Owl Circle, Duluth, MN 55804

BGI will be exhibiting the latest in interactive classroom technology including eInstruction’s MobiView and CPS Pulse, the KUNO with CurriculumLoft and the RoomPro all-in-one projector mount, sound field and voice enhancement system. ByteSpeed #54

CONFERENCE SPONSOR

www.bytespeed.com, Scott Bleth, sbleth@bytespeed.com, 877-553-0777 3131 24th Ave S, Moorhead, MN 56560

ByteSpeed is a computer manufacturer that offers quality systems and personal customer service to schools nationwide. We custom build desktops, laptops, netbooks and servers, offer a 30 day evaluation program, and back our systems with a “No Hassle” parts & labor warranty; 5-year for desktops/ servers, 3-year on laptops. Call us at 877-553-0777 to “Try a Byte”. Century Business Products #110

www.cbp-sd.com, Kevin Jergenson, kevin@cbp-sd.com, 605-335-7367 1011 E. 15th Street, Sioux Falls, SD 57101

View the latest printer and copier technologies that will allow you to be more efficient and save thousands in operating costs. Check out an embedded grading solution for Kyocera MFPs that simplifies the task of printing, collecting and analyzing multiple-choice test results using popular bubble-sheet forms, and learn how to securly store and retrieve your school’s vital paper documents. Children’s Care #107

www.cchs.org, Tina Miller, tina.miller@cchs.org, 605-782-2300 2501 W. 26th Street, Sioux Falls, SD 57105

Children’s Care in Sioux Falls and Rapid City provides assistive technology services in: augmentative communication, power mobility, environmental controls, adapted computer access and instructional computer applications. Services include evaluations, consultation and training. Assistive technology workshops are conducted throughout the year either at Children’s Care Hospital & School in Sioux Falls or on-site as requested. All services are provided by specially trained therapists and educators.

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Exhibitor Contact Information, continued Cisco Systems #55

www.cisco.com, Charlie Mitchell, chamitch@cisco.com, 605-373-3201 4900 South Minnesota Avenue, Sioux Falls, SD 57106 Cisco 21st Century Learning.

College of St. Scholastica #32

www.css.edu, Chad Oppelt, coppelt@css.edu, 218-723-6362 1200 Kenwood Avenue, Duluth, MN 55811

The College of St. Scholastica - Graduate School of Education offers graduate degrees and certificates for educators. The Master of Education (100% online) will prepare “21st Century Teachers” who are both familiar and comfortable with technology of the modern classroom. Connecting Point Computer Center #92, 93 & 101

CONFERENCE SPONSOR

www.connectingpoint.biz, Nola Redmond, nredmond@connectingpoint.biz 605-361-8881, 3300 W 49th Street, Sioux Falls, SD 57106

Connecting Point Computer Centers is one of the longest standing exhibitors at TIE. This year again Connecting Point continues to be one of the leaders in the Dakotas for technology in K-12 and Higher Education. With the latest products from Microsoft, Cisco, Fujitsu, HP, IBM, Lenovo, Promethean and many more, our specialists can help you choose the right products and solutions. Core Education and Counsulting Solutions #99

www.coreecs.com, Jim Koob, jim.koob@amerikitsolutions.com, 605-540-4644 101 Gateway Drive, N. Sioux City, SD 57049

CORE Education and Consulting Solutions, Inc. (CORE ECS/US) is an educational publisher and consulting partner, providing technology-based products, services, and professional personnel assets for schools, state departments of education, institutions of learning, and select businesses. CPO Science #27

www.cposcience.com, Aimee Schroeder, aimee.schroeder@schoolspecialty.com, 866-343-4123 719 Copper Rim, Spring Branch, TX 78070

CPO Science provides high-quality Inquiry-Based teaching and learning systems for science in grades 6-12. Founded in 1991 by Dr. Tom Hsu, the company offers a wide range of materials and services including innovative science textbook programs that integrate with high-quality lab equipment and nationally recognized professional development programs. This quality equipment is supplied at no additional cost when classroom sets of the student textbooks sets are purchased. Curriculum Associates #105

www.CurriculumAssociates.com, Marsha Krabbenhoft, MKrabbenhoft@cainc.com 402-517-8883, 5914 S. 175th Circle, Omaha, NE 68135

Curriculum Associates publishes high quality supplemental materials for reading, writing, language arts, mathematics, science, test prep, and special ed assessment programs that are guaranteed to help students succeed. Programs are designed to affordably meet the needs of today’s diverse classrooms. Research-based and classroom-proven, they deliver content aligned with national and state standards. Dakota Entertainment (Photo Booth)

www.www.dakotaentertainment.com, Garner Hansen, garner@dakotaentertainment.com 605-331-1404, 2011 S Minnesota Avenue, Sioux Falls, SD 57105

Dakota Entertainment began in 1996 with four karaoke rigs and one disc jockey show. Today, we are the largest entertainment service company in SD. We offer 14 DJ/karaoke shows, inflatable games, interactive games, casino games, photo booths and more. We also offer state of the art sound and lighting equipment plus superb workmanship in our installation, music production and repair departments, and photography and booking services for many local area bands and entertainers. Dakota State University #83

www.dsu.edu, Mark Hawkes, mark.hawkes@dsu.edu, 605-256-5274 820 N Washington Avenue, Madison, SD 57042

Dakota State University is South Dakota’s leader in applying computer and information systems technology to higher education. Dakota State’s graduate programs look to the future, emphasizing a high-quality, comprehensive, discipline based education.

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DakotaLink #37 & 44

www.dakotalink.net, Patrick Czerny, pczerny@dakotalink.net, 605-394-6742 1161 Deadwood Avenue, Suite 5, Rapid City, SD 57702

DakotaLink is the leading provider of assistive technology for individuals with special needs in SD. We provide assessment, sales, installation, and training of a wide variety of products for people who have difficulty with reading, writing, communication, and organizational skills. DakTech Inc #91

www.daktech.com, Barry Hegg, bhegg@daktech.com, 888-761-8534 3502 36th Street SW, Fargo, ND 58104

DakTech Workstations & Servers carry our exclusive 7 Year Parts & Labor warranty, the longest in the industry. DakTech is proud to be a Microsoft Plantinum OEM vendor. We have been serving the education community for over 15 years nationwide.Try our computers risk free with our no hassle evaluation program. DakTech Computers are proudly assembled and supported in the USA. Davidson Titles, Inc. #36

www.davidsontitles.com, Fran Rice, fran.rice@davidsontitles.com, 605-366-5968 PO Box 1772, Sioux Falls, SD 57101

Davidson Titles, Inc. provides a wide selection of library and classroom materials including nonfiction, fiction, reference, Spanish, and bilingual titles, i-books, and e-books. We offer diverse opening day collections, collection analysis and weeding suggestions, and a wide variety of processing options. Delta Dental Philanthropic Fund #84

www.deltadentalsd.com, Jean Gross, jeanrdh@sio.midco.net, 605-333-9606 7608 S. Courtyard Circle, Sioux Falls, SD 57108 Information available for dental health modules. Delta Education/FOSS #28 & 29

www.deltaeducation.com, Stephanie Solofra, Stephanie.Solofra@schoolspecialty.com 800-338-5270, 80 Northwest Blvd, Nashua, NH 03063

Research supports inquiry as the most effective methods of science instruction. Inquiry-based science has supported how children naturally learn while promoting collaboration, curricular integration, and differentiated instruction. Through meaningful learning experiences, students employ critical process skills to construct understanding about the natural world, activate prior knowledge to forge new connections and strengthen conceptual understanding through reflective practices. DyKnow #18

www.dyknow.com, Todd Kendall, tkendall@dyknow.com, 888-839-5669 7602 East 88th Place, Indianapolis, IN 46256

DyKnow develops and delivers the best classroom management and interactive learning software to educators around the world. We have experience with over 180 one-to-one programs and are an internationally recognized resource for education technology initiatives. DYMO-Mimio Interactive Teaching Technologies #97

mimio.dymo.com, Steve Mefford, Steve.Mefford@mimio.com, 617-902-2040 1 Charles Park, Cambridge, MA 02142

DYMO/Mimio is a leader in interactive teaching technologies. The MimioClassroom family of products make it easier for teachers to do what they do best - teach. Editure Professional Development #50

www.EditurePD.com, Jill Freking, jfreking@edituregroup.com, 612-998-6681 352 7th Avenue Floor 12-a, New York, NY 10001

Editure, the premiere provider of job-embedded PD for all educators, is able to effectively serve education agencies, districts and schools across the US using a blend of onsite/online consulting and the Editure Professional Learning Platform. Modules cover behavior/classroom management, core standards, collaborative learning, essential learning strategies, tech/curriculum integration, & more!

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Exhibitor Contact Information, continued Education Technology Partners #8

www.edtechpartners.com, Matt Brown, mbrown@edtechpartners.com, 314-432-0222 17 Maryhill Drive, Suite 100, St. Louis, MO 63124

Education Technology Partners was started with one goal in mind: to bring to schools the most effective educational technology available in the market. Our mission is to develop a lasting and valued relationship with the schools we serve by supporting the best technologies with the highest caliber of PD and training services. Products include Academy of READING, Academy of MATH, BuildYourOwnCurriculum, Educational Impact Online Professional Development and Big Universe. eInstruction #114

www.eInstruction.com, John Wesselius, John.Wesselius@eInstructionpartner.com 712-490-8218, 1330 Teasley Lane, Denton, TX 76205

Intuitive software and interactive hardware that allows teachers to be completely mobile in the classroom, streamlines content, assessment and instruction. Elite Business Systems #5

www.elitebusinesssystems.com, JJ Kippes, jjk@elitebusinesssystems.com, 605-332-7248 700 E. 41st Street, Sioux Falls, SD 57105

Elite Business Systems has provided SD schools with intelligent document solutions for more than 20 years. We are a locally owned and operated distributor of color and B&W digital imaging systems, digital duplicators, printers, facsimiles, paper handling equipment, and laser cutting, marking and engraving systems. 100% customer satisfaction, every product, every customer, every time. Enterasys Networks #19

www.enterasys.com, Rick Edson, redson@enterasys.com, 877-801-7082 50 Minuteman Road, Andover, MA 01810

Enterasys networking solutions provide unique capabilities that are leveraged by K-12 IT staff around the world to control and prioritize access to education applications, ensure continuing availability of networked resources, provide wired and wireless services to administrative staff, teachers, students, and guests, and ensure enforcement of appropriate access control to student and institutional data. Epson America #51

www.epsonbrighterfutures.com, Amy Kretsch, amy_kretsch@ea.epson.com, 763-432-9873 405 Zircon Lane North, Minneapolis, MN 55447 Projectors, interactive projectors and document cameras. Fujitsu America Inc. #102

www.us.fujitsu.com, Slater Ohm, Sohm@us.fujitsu.com, 712-253-4800 22 Penrose Drive, Mccook Lake, SD 57049

See the new Multi Touch i5 powered tablet, 3D notebooks and more. We engineer and manufacture all of our own technology, giving us full control of quality and reliability. Fujitsu offers servers, storage, and a variety of enterprise class software solutions. If you are cost conscious and quality still matters; you owe it to yourself to look into Fujitsu and our full line of tablet and notebook offerings. Glencoe McGraw-Hill #14 & 15

www.glencoe.com, Carol Heisel, carol_heisel@mcgraw-hill.com, 800-503-4314 24298 467a Avenue, Dell Rapids, SD 57022 Publisher, academic, grades 6 - 12. GovConnection, Inc. #46

www.govconnection.com, Jason Slaughter, jmslaughter@govconnection.com, 712-541-1318 732 Milford Road, Merrimack, NH 03054

GovConnection is an IT solutions provider that helps academic institutions solve educational challenges through effective use of technology. We make each customer’s mission our mission and support it with personal service, technical expertise, and customized IT solutions—all through a convenient single point of contact. Graybar Electric #48

www.graybar.com, Josh Marquardt, joshua.marquardt@graybar.com, 605-731-7954 2810 North First Avenue, Sioux Falls, SD 57104

We will be showing US Communities, Security, Data, AMX Schoolview and 3M smartboards.

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Hannahers/PolyVision #115 & 116

CONFERENCE SPONSOR

www.hannahers.com, Scott Gilbraith, sgilbraith@hannahers.com, 701-277-7222 4324 20th Avenue SW, Fargo, ND 58103

Come see the Polyvision ENO One IWB. It features a lifetime warranty, mobile & adjustable height options, dry erase capability as well as the ability to write on it with a permanent marker without hurting it. 3 year warranty on included projector & BULB. Supports magnets & 3 users at once! Ships with RM EASITEACH NEXTGEN Software or Qwizdom’s WizTeach. Demos at Booth! Hewlett Packard #64 & 65

www.hp.com, Ruth Ulness, ruth.ulness@hp.com, 701-255-7456 3125 Deerlodge Drive, Bismarck, ND 58504

HP applies new thinking and ideas to create simple, valuable and trusted experiences with technology. Our focus is to continously improve the way our customers live and work through technology products and services, from the individual consumer large enterprises. You get stunning technologies, HP Total Care services, a global exosystem of partners, award-winning support, and complete confidence that HP and its partners are standing behind you every step of the way. Hitachi Solutions America, Ltd. #113

www.hitachisolutions-us.com/starboard, Fred Scurti, fscurti@hitachisolutions-us.com 303-593-0693, 900 Hitachi Way, Chula Vista, CA 91914

Stop by the Hitachi StarBoard booth to demo the exciting StarBoard Software, learn about new and upcoming product offerings, and get information on current promotional programs. Horace Mann #23

www.horacemann.com, Orrin Engbrecht, orrin.engbrecht@horacemann.com, 605-261-8642 20254 Ponderosa Lane, Whitewood, SD 57793

Horace Mann is a multi-line insurance company, specializing in insurance, investment and retirement planning needs of educators. Brochures and other materials available. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt #103 & 104

www.hmhco.com, Mary Beth Hanson, marybeth.hanson@hmhpub.com, 218-287-4599 1900 S. Batavia Avenue, Geneva, IL 60134

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt & Holt McDougal, educational publishing groups for grades K-12, promote products designed to assess learners’ skills, match them to appropriate content, and accelerate them to meet and exceed expectations. Infinite Campus #94, 95 & 96

CONFERENCE SPONSOR

www.infinitecampus.com, Joe Rutledge, joe.rutledge@infinitecampus.com, 651-631-0000 4321 109th Avenue NE, Blaine, MN 55449

Infinite Campus is a comprehensive, web-based K12 student information system with real-time access to special education, instruction, curriculum, assessment, state reporting and data warehousing functionality. For more than a decade, Infinite Campus has successfully implemented its solutions for customers of all sizes managing more than 4.5 million students in 43 states. Insight Systems Exchange #63

www.insightsystemsonline.com, Peter Koehler, pkoehler@insightinvestments.com 714-939-2384, 7012 Belgrave Avenue, Garden Grove, CA 92841

Insight Systems Exchange, ISO 9001:2000 certified offers affordable off-lease brand name tier 1 computer hardware for schools and education. Hardware that looks and performs as new with a 3 year advance replacement warranty (no charge for parts, labor, and shipping). A Microsoft Authorized Education Reseller, Microsoft Authorized Refurbisher, NComputing Platinum Partner. Journey Museum #68, 69 & 70

www.jouneymuseum.org, Krista Testin, ktestin@journeymuseum.org, 605-394-6923 222 New York Street, Rapid City, SD 57701

A 31’ x 31’ by 14’ high inflatable planetarium (Geodome) with virtual space science software (Uniview) and programs for educational purposes. Reserve it for your school!

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Exhibitor Contact Information, continued Keystone Treatment Centers #122

www.keystonetreatment.com, Brad Patterson, bpatterson@crchealth.com 605-988-4189, 7511 South Louise Avenue, Sioux Falls, SD 57108

Free drug and alcohol presentations for schools and classrooms, and assessments for adolescents. KT Connections/Dakota Backup #66 & 67

www.ktconnections.com, Paul Sterkel, pauls@ktllp.com, 605-341-3873 829 Quincy Street, Rapid City, SD 57701

KT Connections offers state of the art solutions for computer networks, video surveillance, offsite data backup, document management, telecommunications, audio for gymnasiums, intercom systems and many other services. We have a team of 30 employees that are specialized and certified in their area of expertise to ensure your technology dollars are utilized to improve your school. Learning Opportunties/Booksystems #47

www.learning-opp.com, Steve Wilson, loi@booksys.com, 800-219-6571 15480 Edgewood Ct, Eden Prairie, MN 55346

We represent Booksystems Library Automation & over 100 publishers of non-fiction and ref.books. Learning Solutions #3

www.bhlearningsolutions.com, Bob Arnio, rarnio@rushmore.com, 605-348-6500 1818 West Fulton #201, Rapid City, SD 57702 Software to achieve Mass Customized Learning in the classroom and home. LEGO Education #59

www.legoeducation.us, Kathy Grotta, kgrotta@legoeducation.us, 952-440-3604 5421 Dufferin Drive, Savage, MN 55378

Using LEGO education hardware and software, educators can easily create rich cross curricular lessons to inspire critical thinking, problem solving and creativity. Lightspeed Systems #90

www.lightspeedsystems.com, Terrisa Metzler, terrisa@lightspeedsystems.com 661-716-7600, 1800 19th Street, Bakersfield, CA 93301

Lightspeed Systems Inc. develops comprehensive network security and management solutions for the education market. We are committed to helping schools of all sizes operate their networks effectively and efficiently, so educators can provide safe online teaching and learning environments. Lightspeed Technologies, Inc. #74

CONFERENCE SPONSOR

www.lightspeed-tek.com, Ken Engstrom, ken.engstrom@lightspeed-tek.com, 612-670-3203 11509 SW Herman Road, Tualatin, OR 97062

Hear the New Sound of Achievement速. The new all-in-one REDCAT system takes 5 minutes to set up and covers the entire room. Classroom Audio Technology by Lightspeed improves academic performance for all students without changing curriculum or instructional methods. Free evaluations. Lock n Charge Technologies #45

www.lockncharge.com, Kevin Rezac, kevin@lockncharge.com, 701-630-9357 307 6th Street W, West Fargo, ND 58078

Lock n Charge Technologies has been producing high quality, all steel solutions for the storage, charging, security and transport of mobile computer labs for over 10 years. Created by teachers, these unique designs combine superior strength, lighter weight, and better efficiency. Mid-West 3D Solutions #85

www.mw3ds.com, Todd Woolston, twoolston@mw3ds.com, 888-509-0690 1018 8th Street Pmb-22, Boone, IA 50036

Technology Product and curriculum providers for the leading Educational Manufacturers. Mitel DataNet #52 & 53

CONFERENCE SPONSOR

www.mitel.com, Rich Hagel, richard_hagel@mitel.com, 605-310-3018 3809 S. Western Avenue, Sioux Falls, SD 57105 Mitel DataNet - Your trusted partner for technology solutions.

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Moss Enterprises #25

www.mossent.com, Tracy Doherty, Tracy@mossent.com, 800-822-4048 137 E. Boyson Road, Hiawatha, IA 52233

K to Careers Math, Sciences, technology, F&CS, Health, Business & Ag Science. These are hands-on and we are featuring some new trainers for alternative energy, covering wind, solar, hydro, fuel cells and more. Also, we will be featuring a new 3D printer. NASA South Dakota Space Grant Consortium #21 & 22

sd.spacegrant.org, Tom Durkin, Thomas.Durkin@sdsmt.edu, 605-394-1975 501 E. Saint Joseph Street, Rapid City, SD 57701

The NASA SD Space Grant Consortium provides teachers with educational resources and info to strengthen the overall teaching of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). We focus on robotics and specific space-related educational programs such as NASA’s Summer of Innovation program as effective, hands-on platforms for encouraging students to pursue studies in STEM. NetSupport, Inc. #77

www.netsupport-inc.com, Kendra Rickert, k.rickert@netsupport-inc.com, 888-665-0808 6815 Shiloh Road East, Suite A7, Alpharetta, GA 30005

Combining advanced classroom PC monitoring, real-time presentation and annotation tools, a customized testing suite, Internet and application control, real-time audio monitoring, printer management, content monitoring and desktop security, NetSupport School rises to the challenge and requirements of today’s modern classroom. New Horizons Computer Learning Center #24

www.newhorizonssd.com, Kara Flanagan, kara.flanagan@newhorizonssd.com 877-241-7761, 4610 S. Technopolis Drive, Sioux Falls, SD 57106

New Horizons is the largest independent IT training company- offering more courses, at more times and in more locations than any other company in the computer training industry. The Sioux Falls location opened in and expanded into Rapid City, before turning into a franchise in 2003. We are SD’s only Microsoft Gold Certified Partner for Learning solutions and information worker solutions. NSU Center for Statewide E-learning #121

www.northern.edu, Mary Cundy, cundym@northern.edu, 605-626-3387 1200 S Jay Street, Aberdeen, SD 57401

The Northern State University Center for Statewide E-learning offers courses in 16 subjects, including eight AP courses. The 27 daily DDN class sections feature simultaneous live-stream broadcast and are digitally archived. The 11 daily online classes allow students and schools the convenience of 24/7 access to course work. NSU E-learning is a proud partner in the Learning Power program. ODYSSEYWARE #98

www.odysseyware.com, Steve Pierson, spierson@odysseyware.com, 888-881-4957 804 N. 2nd Avenue E, Rock Rapids, IA 51246

ODYSSEYWARE® delivers a technology-rich learning management system, including engaging core and elective courses to 2,500+ school districts across the US. With multiple uses including credit recovery, accelerated learning, academic enrichment, and instruction for alternative students, it can be used as a stand-alone curriculum, or integrated into a blended learning environment. Pearson Education #34 & 35

CONFERENCE SPONSOR

www.pearsonschool.com, Mike Limmer, Mike.Limmer@Pearson.com, 605-212-3490 1145 Sunset Drive, Beresford, SD 57004

Pearson Education: Always Learning. Educational Solutions for 21st Century Teachers and Learners. Partnering with you to meet your K-12 educational needs in classroom instruction, virtual learning, and professional development. Perma-Bound Books #7

www.perma-bound.com, Rebecca Peacock, rebeccapeacock@perma-bound.com 800-637-6581, 617 E Vandalia Road, Jacksonville, IL 62650

The strongest books money can buy. Complete service to teachers, librarians, and curriculum areas in your schools. Help with Accelerated Reader and other popular reading programs. Serving area schools for a very long time.

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Exhibitor Contact Information, continued Pheasantland Industries #13

doc.sd.gov/adult/industry, Owen Spurrell, Owen.Spurrell@state.sd.us, 605-367-5111 PO Box 5911, Sioux Falls, SD 57104

We will be showcasing and handing out numerous example products from our 12 shops from South Dakota’s prison industry. We have a print, bookbindery, cabinet, custom furniture, data entry, upholstery, machine, sign, and garment shops to name a few. PLATO Learning #1 & 2

www.plato.com, Gregory Hayes, ghayes@plato.com, 612-719-3172 5600 W 83rd Street, Ste 300 / 8200 Tower, Bloomington, MN 55437

PLATO Learning is a leading provider of high-value, comprehensive online solutions that support educators in their mission to successfully transition learners and advance learner achievement. Pryntcomm #106

CONFERENCE SPONSOR

www.pryntcomm.com, Pat Karst, pat@pryntcomm.com, 605-224-9999 303 E Sioux Avenue, Pierre, SD 57501

At PryntComm, (formerly State Publishing) we make our customers’ lives easier by offering design, printing and mailing services all in one place - simply and quickly. Our versatility makes it possible for us to do it all - from a simple black and white job to sophisticated, customized printing and print-on-demand. We can create and manage databases and help with your promotional items. Just give us your idea - we will take it from there and find the items you need to promote your business! Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic #57

www.rfbd.org, Suzanne Jonsen, sjonsen@rfbd.org, 303-906-6061 1355 S. Colorado Blvd, Denver, CO 80222

Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic® helps individuals who are blind, visually impaired or have learning differences achieve their educational goals by providing equal learning opportunities that put them on a level playing field with their peers. RFB&D is a national nonprofit and is the nation’s largest digital textbook library of accessible educational materials with more than 60,000 titles. Renaissance Learning #79

www.renlearn.com, Julie Vetrone, julie.vetrone@renlearn.com, 715-424-3636 2911 Peach Street, Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494

Renaissance Learning is the world’s leading provider of computer-based assessment technology for PreK-12 schools. Adopted by more than 70,000 North American schools, Renaissance Learning’s software provides daily formative assessment and periodic progress-monitoring technology to enhance curriculum, support instruction, and personalize practice in reading, writing, and math. Renaissance Learning is also a leading provider of school-improvement solutions.” Rigby, Great Source, Steck-Vaughn #26

www.hmhpub.com, Jeri Ball, jeri.ball@hmhpub.com, 507-779-8003 1900 South Batavia Avenue (regional Office), Geneva, IL 60134

A leading educational publisher combining excellence with innovation, publishing textbooks, instructional technology and other classroom enrichment resources for the PreK-12 school market. RTI - Riverside Tech Inc. #89

www.riversidetechnologies.com, Maureen Thompson, mthompson@riversidetechnologies.com 866-804-4388, 105 Gateway Drive, North Sioux City, SD 57049

RTI is the state partner for Department of Education providing depot repair. We offer a wide array of technology related products and services that no other single provider can deliver. From embroidered G’rilla carrying cases and laser engraving to hard drive imaging, warehousing, installation of PCs and enterprise solutions, RTI is your complete expert resource for all things related to your hardware purchase. As a national agent for HP, we can even satisfy your hardware needs. Ruckus Wireless #112

www.ruckuswireless.com, Jim Bollback, jim.bollback@ruckuswireless.com, 650-265-4200 880 West Maude Ave, Suite 101, Sunnyvale, CA 94805

At Ruckus Wireless, we’ve been designing, manufacturing, and marketing Smart Wi-Fi products and Smart Wireless LAN (WLAN) systems ever since we first opened our doors back in June of 2004. We are the market leader in k-12 and higher ed market with over 2500 school districts in North America using our solutions today.

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Samsung Techwin #76

www.samsungpresenterusa.com, Jim Sherry, jimsherry@aol.com, 913-631-1950 15621 W 87th St Pkwy, #214, Lenexa, KS 66219

Samsung Techwin America is a market leader in document cameras for use in the education sector, ranging from K-12 to universities, courtroom applications, as well as numerous Fortune 500 companies. Every Samsung document camera provides the quality and innovation that has built the Samsung name. Scholastic, Inc. #87

www.scholastic.com, Michael Hanson, mhanson@scholastic.com, 402-651-1671 300 Madsen Drive Suite 102, Bloomingdale, IL 60108

Reading and Math Intervention, Reading Instruction, Literacy, and Professional Development. SchoolReach Instant Parent Contact #123

www.schoolreach.com, Bill O’Dea, bodea@schoolreach.com, 605-892-4654 9735 Landmark Pkwy, Ste. 100, St. Louis, MO 63127

SchoolReach, the leading automated parent notification provider in SD, is proud to introduce CyberBully Hotline, a comprehensive bully reporting and prevention program. It includes a 2-way anonymous communication interface with text message and voice options. Dramatic bully prevention and awareness materials are included. Don’t just put up with bullying, do something about it! SDN Communications #80

CONFERENCE SPONSOR

www.sdncommunications.com, Jeff Lewallen, jeff.lewallen@sdncommunications.com 605-978-3529, 2900 W 10th Street, Sioux Falls, SD 57104

SDN Communications offers data networking equipment, IP telephony, maintenance contracts, cabling infrastructure, and connectivity solutions. SkillsTutor #108

www.skillstutor.com, Paulette Black, paulette.black@hmhpub.com, 877-321-7754 222 Berkeley Street, Boston, MA 02116

SkillsTutor, a Houghton Mifflin Harcourt company, publishes online supplemental K-12 programs to help increase proficiency in Math, Reading, Writing, Language, Science, and Workforce Readiness. SkillsTutor Mobile leverages the multimedia capabilities of smart mobile devices and extends ‘access anywhere.’ These best-in-class, award-winning solutions are research-based, align to state and national standards, and are proven to deliver results. South Dakota Association for Middle Level Educators #119

www.sdamle.k12.sd.us, Brad Berens, brad.berens@k12.sd.us, 605-995-3051 800 W. 10th, Mitchell, SD 57301

SDAMLE invites you to stop by and get information about an upcoming technology conference in July. This is a joint effort with DIAL. We also have information on being a member of SDAMLE. South Dakota Education Association #118

www.sdea.org, Amanda Mack, Amanda.Mack@sdea.org, 605-339-3236 3710 West Avenue, Sioux Falls, SD 57105

SDEA members work in South Dakota’s public schools, colleges and universities to help improve public education and the lives of South Dakota’s children. SDEA members provide a wide range of professional education services in communities throughout the state. Visit the SDEA booth to learn more about our summer trainings on social networking and on-line professional development. South Dakota Public Broadcasting #33

www.sdpb.org, Steven Rokusek, steven.rokusek@state.sd.us, 605-677-3142 PO Box 5000/ 555 N Dakota Street, Vermillion, SD 57069

South Dakota Public Broadcasting features educational programs, presentations, and resources for teachers, students, and life-long learners. To learn more about the free resources we have for you, visit the SDPB booth and our web site, www.sdpb.org/edu. South Dakota State Library #82

www.library.sd.gov, Dan Siebersma - State Librarian, dan.siebersma@state.sd.us 605-773-3482, 800 Governors Drive, Pierre, SD 57501

Stop and see what the SD State Library has to offer educators, students, and citizens: electronic databases, books, and services for you!

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Exhibitor Contact Information, continued Spectrum Industries, Inc. #75

www.spectrumfurniture.com, Brian Myhre, bmyhre@spectrumfurniture.com 800-235-1262, PO Box 400, Chippewa Falls, WI 54729 Manufacturer of computer furniture. STEM Fuse #117

www.stemfuse.com, Carter Tatge, carter.tatge@stemfuse.com, 320-493-1109 2329 N Career Avenue #215, Sioux Falls, SD 57107

STEM Fuse develops high quality, extremely cost effective web-based STEM curriculum. Our mission is to create courses that attract and inspire students. GAME:IT, our first offering, utilizes the game desing to teach the facets of STEM. Students learn programming, graphic design, problem solving with the engineering design cycle and math & physics too. Created by teachers for teachers! Stoneware, Inc. #56

www.stone-ware.com, Micah Larsen, mlarsen@stone-ware.com, 877-370-5546 11555 N Meridian Street, Suite 150, Carmel, IN 46082

Stoneware’s webNetwork technology delivers a Unified Cloud platform to access a local drive, data center, or any public cloud. With a single sign-on, users have secure access from any device, private or school owned, for true BYOD capability. The integrated LanSchool program enables teacher interaction, monitoring, and control of each student. Study Island #100

www.archipelagolearning.com, Andrew Zierman, andrew.zierman@studyisland.com 800-419-3191, 3232 Mckinney Ave, Ste 400, Dallas, TX 75204

Archipelago Learning is a leading subscription-based online education company that provides standards-based instruction, practice, assessments and productivity tools to improve the performance of educators and students via proprietary web-based platforms. Study Island, the core product line, helps students in K-12 master grade-level academic standards in a fun and engaging manner. Study Island products are utilized by approximately 9 million students in more than 21,500 schools. Thinix - R & D Industries, Inc. #88

www.thinix.com, Anthony Clark, aclark@thinix.com, 712-338-2999 812 10th Street, Milford, IA 51351

Thinix provides schools with innovative software and hardware solutions to facilitate secure learning. From Thinix software products to cloud-managed Wi-Fi and network planning and helpdesk services, Thinix - R & D Industries Inc. can assist you with your current and future needs. Based in Iowa but deployed across the World, Thinix can assist any school large or small with their computer and infrastructure technology needs. Thinkfinity #81

www.thinkfinity.org, Marcia Torgrude, mtorgrude@tie.net, 605-394-1876 1925 N Plaza Blvd, Rapid City, SD 57702

Verizon Thinkfinity’s goal is to improve student achievement in traditional classroom settings and beyond by providing high quality content and extensive professional development training. This free, comprehensive digital learning platform is constantly adding new content and partners to provide the best 21st century learning lessons and tools to educators. Come visit the booth to see what’s new! Tierney Brothers Inc. #9

www.tierneybros.com, Shawn Godfrey, shawngodfrey@tierneybros.com 612-331-5500, 3300 University Avenue SE, Minneapolis, MN 55414

Established in 1977, Tierney Brothers is a leading provider of LCD projectors, systems integration, large format printers, supplies and technical support. Tierney Brothers specializes in consulting, design, engineering, project management and integration of complete visual communications systems. Tierney Brothers offers 24/7 technical service, along with Rental and Imaging Departments. University Center #17

www.SDUniversityCenter.org, Sarah Rasmussen, sarah.rasmussen@sduniversitycenter.org 605-367-5640, 4801 N. Career Avenue, Sioux Falls, SD 57107

University Center in Sioux Falls is a unique, collaborative partnership that includes The University of South Dakota, South Dakota State University, Dakota State University, Northern State University, and Black Hills State University. These five outstanding universities bring over 60 degree programs in their entirety to UC. You can enroll in Associate, Bachelor, Master, and Doctorate degree programs delivered in day, evening, weekend, or online classes...whichever fits your schedule.

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University of South Dakota - Division of Continuing & Distance Education #30 & 31

www.usd.edu/cde, Patricia Hubert, Patricia.Hubert@usd.edu, 605-677-6240 414 E. Clark Street, Vermillion, SD 57069

The Division of Continuing & Distance Education at the University of South Dakota offers quality academic programs and courses with the flexibility, convenience and affordability you desire. With more choices than ever, we have the higher education experience for you. VMware #6

www.vmware.com, Dan Aldrich, daldrich@vmware.com, 650-427-2669 1200 Dunkirk Lane N, Plymouth Minute, MN 55447

VMware (NYSE:VMW), the global leader in virtualization and cloud infrastructure, delivers customer-proven solutions that accelerate IT by reducing complexity and enabling more flexible, agile service delivery. VMware enables enterprises to adopt a cloud model that addresses their unique business challenges. Workplace Technology Center #60, 61 & 62

CONFERENCE SPONSOR

www.wtcnetworks.com, Brian Lee, blee@wtcnetworks.com, 605-224-1643 2101 W 41st Street, Sioux Falls, SD 57105

Workplace Technology Center is making the exclusive offer unlimited support on any SMART product to TIE members. WTC is a SD-based company specializing in audio/video integration services to develop smart classrooms, board rooms, and meeting rooms. We have SMART Certified trainers and a SMART Certified Education consultant. We have SD-based SMART factory-trained technicians on staff to design, install and support administrators, instructors and students in the state. WTC can provide a turnkey solution and training for your complete audio/visual and multimedia classroom needs. SMART Products Discount Pricing (SMART Boards, SMART Sync, SMART Response, SMART document cameras etc.) World Book, Inc. #16

www.worldbook.com, Dale Weber, daleweber@triotel.net, 800-975-3250 PO Box 616, Salem, SD 57058

World Book, Inc.’s classroom,library, and home publications feature the World Book Web digital pre-K-12 educational and reference products, the World Book Encyclopedia, and preK-intermediate series nonfiction in early skills, social studies,and science.

Please take time to explore the exhibit hall and introduce yourself to the exhibitors. They have generously donated many of the prizes, and they are a large part of what makes the TIE Conference possible. You are welcome to contact them for more information about their products and services. And feel free to let them scan the QR code on your name badge so they can contact you!

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General Conference Information College Credit

Conference participants have the opportunity to register for one graduate credit. The cost for this one graduate credit is $40 from any of the following universities: BOR Universal Credit (includes BHSU, DSU, NSU, SDSU, & USD), Dakota Wesleyan University, or University of Sioux Falls. Representatives from the participating colleges will be available to answer questions and accept payment for graduate credit on Tuesday, April 17 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. Cash, checks, and credit cards will be accepted. To be eligible to receive graduate credit, participants are required to attend: a Sunday indepth session, the Sunday keynote, 6 hours of sessions and/or events on Monday, and 4 hours of sessions and/or events on Tuesday. Also: email a reflection paper (two pages or less) to the instructor no later than April 24, and complete the online survey. A Continuing Education Contact Hours certificate is available on each person’s name tag with the number of hours they registered for. It can be submitted to DOE by anyone who does not wish to earn graduate credit. TIE does not keep track of contact hours - it is up to each individual to keep track of their own hours and submit them to DOE. To learn more about continuing education contact hours, please refer to SD DOE’s website. Conference Evaluation

We want to hear from you! Please complete an evaluation of the TIE Conference. Your feedback helps us provide the conference YOU want, year after year. Please go to: www. conference.tie.net and click on the conference evaluation link. Complete the evaluation by May 1 to be entered into a drawing for an iPod Shuffle! Cancellation Policy

Requests for refunds for registration cancellations will be honored up to 10 days prior to the conference. Refunds requested after that date (including inclement weather) will be calculated at half the registration cost. A $20 handling fee will be charged on each cancellation. Name Badge

Please wear your name badge at all times during conference hours. If you lose your badge, please go to registration headquarters for a replacement. Your name badge includes a QR code containing your unique contact information for your sharing convenience. Student Media Fair

The South Dakota Library Association and TIE in partnership with the MSET program at Dakota State University, host a contest for South Dakota students who wish to develop projects in the areas of commercial authoring programs, computer-generated art, videotape, and photography. Student projects will be displayed in the TIE booth. Awards will be presented to the winners in each category Monday at 4:00 during the Festival of Technology. Technology Leadership Awards

Nominations were sought for leaders in TIE Member Schools who have demonstrated outstanding achievement in implementing technology to improve K-12 education. A K-12 teacher will be awarded during the Sunday keynote, and a technology leader will be awarded during the Tuesday morning keynote. The Annual Dr. James Parry Technology Leadership Legacy Award will be presented in honor of TIE’s founder and former director for 22 years during Monday’s keynote. Festival of Technology

Two festival events are planned in the conference exhibit hall to allow participants ample opportunity to spend time with vendors. The Festival of Technology Grand Opening is scheduled from 3:00-5:00 pm on Monday. A Festival of Technology Celebration is scheduled from 10:40-11:30 on Tuesday. Each festival will include complimentary snacks, refreshments and prize drawings. Drawings for Prizes

TIE is giving away iPads, computers, technology products, and gift packages. Drawings will take place throughout the conference, including a special kick-off drawing after Sunday night’s keynote. There will be more chances to win Monday after the lunch break and during the Festival of Technology. Tuesday you will have chances during the morning Festival of Technology and at the conclusion of the Closing Keynote. Your entry card is attached to your name badge sheet. You must be present to win!

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Index of Presenters Aldrich, Dan 23

Hamilton, Rick 17

Moeller, Lila 17

Alton, Julie 4, 23

Hanson, Dustin 12

Moller, Pat 10

Andrews, Michelle 12

Hanson, Michael 17

Nelson, Mark 21

Atwood, Lucy 10

Hanson, Nate 15

Nikolas, Julie 21

Austin, Maggie 10

Hardy, Matt 10

Noem, Heidi 14

Baldwin, Luke 13

Harris, Amanda 11, 13, 21

Parry, Jim 10

Bates, Rick 11

Hartmann, Jo 23

Peel, Pat 10

Berg, Dana 10, 20

Hawks, Paula 11

Peil, Sami 20

Beste, Tiffany 23

Hayes, Melissa 22

Peters, Debra 22

Beutler, Elisa 16

Healy, Jane 17

Pollema, Dan 16, 20

Beving, Chass 23

Heesch, Buffy 16

Richardson, Will 9, 11, 12

Blanco, Gilbert 23

Hiedeman, Amy 11

Rodin, Jennifer 17

Bossman, Karen 11

Hirtz, Rosemary 23

Rokusek, Steven 13, 15

Braa, Jordan 20

Hofer, Marilyn 14

Schmotter, Ryan 22

Brokmeier, Susanne 23

Hoffman, Marta 4

Schroeder, Molly 4, 11, 12

Brown, Matt 21

Hohn, John 13

Slocum, Jeff 21

Bury, Beth 4

Hoogland, Lacey 15, 21

Smith, Amy 21

Butts, Joann 11

James, Renee 12

Snow, Pat 21

Casap, Jaime 5, 14, 16

Jessop Rising, Jackie 4

Solberg, Dale 20

Caulfield, Scott 21

Johanneson, Tara 4

Sommervold, Cate 4, 13

Crofut, Sherry 4, 16

Johnson, Mary 17

Soucheray, Paula 23

Cutler, Shawn 14

Karelis, Paul 15

Sprecher, Mary 16

Davidson, Hall 16, 19

Keehn, Lenessa 17

Steckelberg, Marie 4

Dekkenga, Jacob 10, 13

Kern, Tracy 10

Steever, Sharla 12, 21

Dennert, Cara 4, 17

Kortemeyer, Blaine 17

Stephenson, Heather 22

Diede, Carla 20

Kramlich, Tami 15

Swanson, John 4, 23

Duenwald, Karen 22

Lange, Pam 11

Swiden, Chris 4

Edman, Jim 21

Larsen, Erin 21

Thill, Tresa 10

Ersland, Paul 21

Lein, Kevin 21

Thompson, Maureen 23

Evans, Becky 14

Lone, Janel 17

Torgrude, Marcia 4, 22

Flemmer, Cristy 11, 15

Lundy, Amanda 22

Trimble, Jill 4, 22

Fry, Jaime 17

Lyon, Anne 4

Turnipseed, Susan 20

Geary, Jacob 15

Malfero, John 21

Ulness, Ruth 11, 12

Geary, Mark 4, 15, 16

Mancabelli, Rob 21, 22, 24

Walder, Samantha 14, 21

Gettemy, Sherry 15

Martin, Karl 12

Waldner, Mike 17

Goodwin, Melissa 13

Mathiesen, Julie 14

Weidenbach, Nancy 23

Graves, Travis 15

McGirr, MaryLou 21

Weiland, Marsha 4, 11, 15

Gunter, Tony 13, 14, 22

McMillian, Liz 12

Welsh, Richard 4, 12

Gustad, Ginny 4

Mengenhausen, Crystal 13

Wiebe, Matt 14, 20

Haberling, Kari 22

Messick, Diana 4, 13

Williams, Brian 4, 16

Hallman, Stephen 4, 11, 12, 15, 16, 20

Miller, Gary 12, 15

Woltjer, Gavin 14

Moeller, Dale 4, 17

Zajic, Justin 10

Hall, Nancy 10

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Technology & Innovation in Education 1925 N Plaza Boulevard Rapid City, SD 57702

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