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October 14 – 15, 2010 Indiana Computer Educators' Conference Marriott East Indianapolis, IN


Join the Fun! A Reception will be held in the Marriott East Courtyard from 4:00 – 5:00 on Thursday afternoon. Then you can head downtown to enjoy the “Indiana Experience” at the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center from 5:30 – 7:00 PM. Admission is free, but limited tickets are available. Pick up your ticket at the Registration table.

Directions from Marriott East to the Eugene and Marilyn Glick History Center Total Trip Estimate: 8.6 miles – about 14 minutes From: Indianapolis Marriott East - (317) 352-1231 7202 East 21st Street, Indianapolis, IN, 46219 1. After leaving the hotel, start out going WEST on E 21ST ST toward N SHADELAND AVE. Go 0.2 mi. 2. Turn RIGHT onto N SHADELAND AVE. Go 0.3 mi. 3. Merge onto I-70 W via the ramp on the LEFT toward INDIANAPOLIS. Go 5.4 mi. 4. Merge onto I-65 N via EXIT 83B toward CHICAGO. Go 1.4 mi. 5. Merge onto N DR MARTIN LUTHER KING JR ST via EXIT 114 on the LEFT toward WEST STREET. Go 1.0 mi.

Table of Contents Welcome to ICE 2010 Conference Schedule ICE 2010 Teacher of the Year ICE 2010 Technology Education Advocate of the Year Thursday Keynote Speaker: Hall Davidson Friday Keynote Speakers: Candice Dodson and Jason Bailey Thursday Morning Workshops Thursday Afternoon Workshops Friday Morning Workshops Friday Afternoon Workshops Thursday Schedule: At-a-Glance Friday Schedule: At-a-Glance Thursday Concurrent Sessions I Thursday Concurrent Sessions II Thursday Concurrent Sessions III Thursday Concurrent Sessions IV Friday Concurrent Sessions I Friday Concurrent Sessions II Friday Concurrent Sessions III Friday Concurrent Sessions IV Hotel Map ICE 2010 Sponsors Exhibitor Locations with Map Exhibitor List Directions to the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center

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6. N DR MARTIN LUTHER KING JR ST becomes N WEST ST. Go 0.4 mi. 7. Turn LEFT onto W OHIO ST. The Eugen and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center is on the left. Parking is free. To: Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center (317) 232-1882 450 W Ohio St, Indianapolis, IN, 46202

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Welcome to ICE 2010

Innovate, Collaborate, Educate Welcome to the 2010 ICE Conference. This year’s slogan, Innovate, Collaborate, Educate effectively sums up the new challenges we face as educators; seeking to inspire our students with innovative and meaningful curriculum, and working effectively with other educators and classrooms as we use technology to reach beyond traditional school boundaries. We are especially fortunate to have two outstanding keynote sessions this year. On October 14, Hall Davidson from Discovery Education will be the luncheon keynote speaker, and on October 15, Candice Dodson and Jason Bailey of the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation will speak. You will find both of these sessions interesting and inspirational. We also have several great workshops and concurrent sessions over the two days of the conference that will make your ICE experience both informative and worthwhile. The ICE Board and Conference Committee have worked especially hard this year to provide the best opportunities for you to network, interact, and further develop your skills in integrating technology into your curriculum. This is no doubt that this a challenging time for educators. Continual budget cuts, reductions-in-force, and increasing class sizes are difficult for all of us to deal with. However, this is also an exciting time to be in the education profession. The ICE Conference offers us great opportunities to participate in sessions and workshops that help us meet those challenges more effectively, as well as a chance to see the latest innovations in learning with technology. It’s a rare instance where we can do all this in one location, and the ICE Conference gives us that chance.

ICE Conference Schedule Thursday, October 14 7:30 AM 8:30 AM 8:30 AM 9:00 AM 10:00 AM 11:00 AM

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9:00 AM 11:00 AM 11:00 AM 9:45 AM 10:45 AM 1:00 PM

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4:00 PM 3:30 PM 3:30 PM 1:45 PM 2:45 PM

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5:00 PM 7:00 PM

Registration Morning Workshops ICE Playground in Salon 1 Concurrent Sessions I Concurrent Sessions II Luncheon and Keynote Speaker Hall Davidson in Grand Ballroom Exhibit Hall Afternoon Workshops ICE Playground in Salon 1 Concurrent Sessions III Concurrent Sessions IV Prize Drawing – Exhibit Hall Reception in Marriott Courtyard Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center - “Indiana Experience” (Limited spots available; reserve at Registration table)

Friday, October 15 7:30 AM 8:30 AM 8:30 AM 9:00 AM 9:00 AM 10:00 AM 11:00 AM

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9:00 AM 11:00 AM 11:00 AM 3:00 PM 9:45 AM 10:45 AM 1:00 PM

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3:30 PM 3:30 PM 1:45 PM 2:45 PM

Registration Morning Workshops ICE Playground in Salon 1 Exhibit Hall Concurrent Sessions I Concurrent Sessions II Luncheon; Business Mtg.; TOY and TEA Presentations; Keynote Speakers Candice Dodson and Jason Bailey in Grand Ballroom Afternoon Workshops ICE Playground in Salon 1 Concurrent Sessions III Concurrent Sessions IV Prize Drawing – Exhibit Hall

Have a great time at ICE 2010!

Michael Hutchison, President Vincennes Community Schools

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2010 ICE Teacher of the Year

Kathleen James Ferdinand Elementary School Southeast Dubois County Schools Ferdinand, IN Kathy James was first introduced to educational technology during college, when she used computers to write simple programs and learned about the amazing potential of technology to enhance the learning experience. At this time, classroom technology was still in its infancy, but when she was hired as a second grade teacher at Ferdinand Elementary School in 1985, Ms. James was eager to make use of everything that was available to her and her students. In her classes, she has used everything from math drill software and banner design programs to CDROMs, audio books, and eventually netbook computers. Always the first to find and implement new technologies, she has truly become an innovative leader in her school, and other teachers look to her for advice, support, and guidance. Today, students in Ms. James’ classes learn to see the computer not as a toy, but as a tool. As a recent recipient of an Indiana Department of Education Second Grade Laptop Grant, she has had the opportunity to truly integrate this tool into what students do each and every day in her classroom. As she states, “today, my students carry laptops to school each day in their backpacks. They see the laptop as a tool to help them read, write, explore, and share their knowledge. The laptop is an important tool to help them with their learning, just as a pencil is used to write thoughts in a notebook. My teaching has changed from students fearing or not knowing anything about computers to seeing them as another modality for learning. Computers are used to read and listen to stories, to write original pieces, to research and learn about new topics, to design art projects, listen to music, and to design photo projects to demonstrate understanding of concepts.” One example of such a creative project is the Coffee House Poetry Project, an activity involving both the students and their parents in recreating the feel of a classic coffee house “poetry jam.” Students used their laptops to read and research poetry as a form of a literature, design artwork for their own original works, and take pictures that were used as the a video backdrop while each student read his or her poem during the big Coffee House Poetry day. Parents and other teachers helped decorate the classroom and sat in to listen to the students’ fabulous works, and the day was greatly enjoyed by all. Through this project, students were able to learn not just about poetry, but also about public speaking, art, design, writing, editing, research, and publishing. Technology made the experience that much easier, more exciting, and environmentally conscious. So, what new technology will help Ms. James and her students with their next class project? Only time will tell, but they are definitely ready for the challenge and the rewards!

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2010 ICE Technology Education Advocate of the Year

Cathy Stephen Superintendent (2001-2010) Randolph Eastern School Corp. Union City, IN Cathy Stephen believes that technology is a great deal more than computer labs and classes.Throughout her term as superintendent of Randolph Eastern School Corporation (RESC), she worked with the teachers and staff to be sure that students had access to technology that would enhance their critical thinking and information literacy skills, including creating policies regarding mobile devices that ensured that access “graduated” with the students’ ability to handle information. By high school, students were encouraged to use their cell phones and personal devices within appropriate contexts in the classroom, and that latest RESC technology plan includes providing netbook computers instead of printed textbooks to all appropriate classes. Along the way, of course, teachers were provided with the support and professional development to help technology integration go smoothly. In particular, the past two years have been very exciting for RESC, as Ms. Stephen helped lead the charge for her district to become the first school corporation in the United States to develop a community wind project. This project, sponsored in part by a grant, allowed teachers to develop a K-12 and dual-college credit wind energy curriculum, and incorporated the use of wind turbines and solar panels for classroom study and use. Through Ms. Stephen’s leadership, several major partners helped teachers develop and fund the project, including Ball Brothers Foundation and American Electric Power and Performance Services. The students were able to use the turbine and solar panels to gather and extrapolate data to measure the effectiveness of these types of alternative energy. “What started as a teacher’s dream ended up being our community’s claim to fame,” Ms. Stephen said of the venture. “With the help of Performance Services, we now have two 1 MW wind turbines, one owned by the city, the other the school. We are providers of wind energy; sell the energy on the market as well as our renewable energy credits. Each turbine is expected to generate in excess of 2.4 million KWh annually, equivalent to powering 250 homes in a single year. Each displaces 172.4 tons of carbon dioxide, which contributes to global warming, and they use no water to create energy. Over the life of the turbine, the school and the city expect to generate $3 million after paying for the turbines and their installation.” RESC also recently became a beta testing site for a hybrid-electric conversion of a school bus. The district has received statewide and national attention due to these green, forward-thinking initiatives, and has even received visits from Senator Richard Lugar and State Superintendents of Public Instruction, Suellen Reed and Tony Bennett. “So,” as Ms. Stephen said, “for Randolph Eastern, technology is not just a computer to be used in the classroom. It is a way of life of developing new ideas, doing the right thing for our environment and giving students the skills that will be needed in the alternative energy world. I am very proud to have been able to gather the people together who had the innovative ideas, to have had a supportive school board, who told me to get out of their way and make it happen.”


2010 ICE Keynote Speaker Thursday, October 14 Grand Ballroom Luncheon

2010 ICE Keynote Speakers Friday, October 15 Grand Ballroom Luncheon

Hall Davidson

Candice Dodson Jason Bailey

Discovery Education

Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation Hall Davidson began teaching in 1971. He taught middle and high school English, mathematics, Spanish, and bilingual mathematics. He has been on the faculty of two colleges teaching technology for teacher credential candidates. He left the classroom to teach math on television in Los Angeles on an Emmy-winning program and spent 20 years at Los Angeles area PBS stations teaching, leading staff development, championing content creation by students and teachers, and ultimately producing television series on education, technology, parenting, and live theater. He frequently contributes articles to national education publications and co-authored TechWorks, an internationally distributed classroom technology kit and with a team founded Kitzu.org, a resource of free online kits to encourage project-based learning with media. He was elected to the board of ComputerUsing Educators where he served for six years. For a dozen years he coordinated the nation’s oldest student media festival, the California Student Media Festival and has reviewed over a thousand student projects. He has keynoted major technology conferences and consulted for professional organizations and corporations and been on advisory boards and committees for organizations as diverse as the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and the California School Library Association. He has two children who attended Los Angeles public schools, one of whom is now at the University of California. He was twice re-elected as site chairperson at the local elementary school where the categorical budget required his signature. 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. Featured Workshops Presented by Hall Davidson

Staggeringly Good Things Mixing Google Earth and Media Thursday 1:00 – 3:30 PM Salon E (limited seats available – see Registration)

Candice Dodson and Jason Bailey are an integral part of the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation’s (EVSC) work to engage students through the use of technology. The EVSC, located in southern Indiana, recently adopted a 1:1 initiative that put a netbook in the hands of each of the corporation’s 7,500 high school students. Jason has been a teacher, technology specialist, district administrator and currently serves as director of eLearning and instructional technology. In this position, and as a member of the district academic team, he has had the opportunity to help drive the district's commitment to teaching and learning with technology. Through collaboration with the Office of Technology, Jason has been involved in the implementation of netbooks, direction of the eLearning coaches and adoption of the ANGEL learning management system. Jason is a former Integrating Curriculum and Technology Specialist (iCATS) for the district, where he developed and maintained educational web portals that have become the homepages for students, teachers and administrators. Candice, also a former teacher and iCATS for the EVSC, currently serves as director of core experiences and student programs. She is developing and implementing a corporation-wide program of opportunities that all students in the EVSC will experience before they graduate, which would complement traditional academic instruction. She also is working to transform instruction focusing on 21st century learning skills – preparing students for the world outside their classroom doors. As an iCATS, Candice also designed and implemented numerous district projects such as the Pod Academy, and an Admin Academy that developed technology leadership among building administrators. Both Jason and Candice were a part of a team of individuals that conceived the EVSC’s Learning Leadership Cadre, an innovative program in partnership with Brown University, which fosters learning focused leadership. They have also collaborated to win nearly $2 million in grant funds that support technology integration, and have presented professional development sessions at local, state, and national conferences.

Faster, Better, Shorter, Deeper: Editing and Capturing Video Friday 1:00 – 3:00 PM Salon E (limited seats available – see Registration) -6-

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Workshops are offered at no additional cost; however, advance registration for workshops is required. Initial registration for all workshops was offered at the time of conference registration. Many workshops are completely filled and have a waiting list. if you would like to register for an unfilled workshop, please contact the Registration Desk as early as possible.

Thursday, October 14 Morning Workshops 8:30 – 11:00 AM Managing iPods and iPads in the Classroom Learn how to configure, setup, and manage iPods and iPads. Also, learn about Apple’s education volume licensing program and how schools can purchase apps. Presenter: Eric Wheetley ew@apple.com Location: Salon 1; Not Hands-on Seating: No registration required

Perfect Podcasting on PCs (Part 1 of 2) Podcasting is a wonderful and fun way to connect technology to literacy. The best part is its easy to do and you don’t need a Mac to do it! Everything you need is on a Windows PC. In these workshops, you will learn what a podcast is, how to find, view, and listen to podcasts, how podcasting is relevant in the classroom, how to post your podcast, and how to use FREE software tools to create all types of podcasts (audio, enhanced, video). Whether you want to create a podcast on your own or have the product be student created, you’ll want to attend. Presenter: Nate Davidson, MSD Wayne Township nathan.davidson@wayne.k12.in.us Location: Salon A; Hands-on Windows Lab Seating: Limited seats available

Digital Storytelling with iMovie In this hands-on Macintosh workshop participants will learn how to tell a digital story using iMovie 09. Presenter: Morrie Reece, Apple Computer reece@apple.com Location: Salon B; Hands on Mac Lab Seating: Limited seats available

Everything You Need to Know about Using Your New Flip Camera and Software! If you signed up for workshops on both conference days, you get a FREE FLIP CAMERA! If you sign up for this workshop, you'll know how to use it before you leave! That's right! THIS WORKSHOP TEACHES YOU HOW TO USE IT and the INCLUDED EDITING SOFTWARE so you can be creating great videos and still pictures…NOW! And, we will give you some great ideas for using it in your classroom. So don't delay, and sign up for both conference days to get your FREE Flip Camera! Presenters: Brian Strater, Noblesville High School; Dennis Scheele brian_strater@nobl.k12.in.us Location: Salon C; Hands on Seating: No seats available

Web 2.0's Next Wave: Making Fun New Web-Based Tools Work for You and Your Students Explore the many exciting tools available for students and educators to publish their creative ideas with free, user-friendly tools available on the Web today! As the Web 2.0 movement continues to grow and evolve, the tools it brings are changing, too, and the new Web 2.0 landscape is full of exciting and sophisticated tools just waiting for you to explore. And the best part is, you don't have to know anything about high-end editing software like Flash or Dreamweaver to create beautiful online lessons, digital stories, WebQuests, and more! This workshop will give you a guided tour of some of the most exciting and useful tools available today, including Wix.com, Google Sites, Doodlekit.com, Jotform.com, Prezi.com, and Glogster.com. Only basic Web navigation skills are required for this workshop, and if you choose to bring your own laptop, the latest Flash Player plugin from Adobe.com is highly recommended. In addition, you may wish to download and install the Mozilla FireFox browser (Mozilla.com) as well. Presenter: Anastasia Trekles, PU Calumet atrekles@purdue.edu Location: Salon D; Bring your own laptop Seating: Limited seats available

Best of the Best Web 2.0 Tools for 2010 New to the world of Web 2.0? Been using some Web 2.0 tools like blogs and wikis in your classroom? Looking for easy-to-use knowledge creation tools? Want your students to create personal learning networks? Looking for a way to easily share resources with parents? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then this face-to-face “webinar” is for you! Learn about multimedia choices for creating movies and cartoons. Gather ideas for using Twitter, VoiceThreads, and ToonDoo. Leave with curriculum based ideas and tips for integrating these tools into your classroom including numerous project-based learning ideas, assessments, tips, and critical thinking skill builders. Presenter: Joanne Troutner, Creative Computer Enterprises troutner@mindspring.com Location: Salon E; Demonstration (Not Hands-on) Seating: Limited seats available

Indiana Computer Educators’ Mission Statement ICE will assist the education community to promote learning through the appropriate use of technology.

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Thursday, October 14 Afternoon Workshops 1:00 – 3:30 PM ICE Playground Visit our hands-on electronic playground staffed by knowledgeable personnel. No registration required. Just drop by and explore a variety of electronic gadgets. Location: Salon 1; Hands-on Playground Seating: No registration required

Perfect Podcasting on PCs (Part 2 of 2) See Part 1 (page 8) for workshop description. Presenter: Nate Davidson, MSD Wayne Township nathan.davidson@wayne.k12.in.us Location: Salon A; Hands-on Windows Lab Seating: Limited seats available

Integrating iPods and iPads into the K-12 Curriculum In this hands on workshop participants will work with the Apple iPod Touch and the iPad to learn how these two powerful tools are being integrated into the K-12 classroom. Presenter: Morrie Reece, Apple Computer reece@apple.com Location: Salon B; Hands on Mac Lab Seating: No seats available

Staggeringly Good Things Mixing Google Earth and Media A basic overview of strategies and skill for making Google Earth and media an organized part of your curriculum. From the Internet or your own hard drive, use media resources to create fantastic trips through neighborhoods, history, science or literature.  Insert student images into the landscape. Learn to access other great files from the Internet for your own clas. Create shareable projects. Use the Ruler Tool to measure and compare.  Use layers to track trends, patterns, in unsuspected ways. Then go to the next level with Google Earth: building projects with image overlays and placemarks. Embed the landscape with videos, images, sounds, podcasts, and live webcams from around the world. Students can create description boxes with pictures, sound links, and embedded video. Have graphics float about the earth! Let students build flying tours along historical routes with markers and media. Projects go deep by putting books, history, or imaginative journeys onto their actual environment Learn how cut and pasting takes the mystery out of HTML and opens a new world to engage students. Cost of Google Earth: Free!  Presenter: Hall Davidson, Discovery Education hall.davidson@discovery.com Location: Salon E; Demonstration (Not Hands-on) Seating: Limited seats available

Everything You Need to Know about Using Your New Flip Camera and Software! (repeated workshop) If you signed up for workshops on both conference days, you get a FREE FLIP CAMERA! If you sign up for this workshop, you'll know how to use it before you leave! That's right! THIS WORKSHOP TEACHES YOU HOW TO USE IT and the INCLUDED EDITING SOFTWARE so you can be creating great videos and still pictures…NOW! And, we will give you some great ideas for using it in your classroom. So don't delay, and sign up for both conference days to get your FREE Flip Camera! Presenters: Brian Strater, Noblesville High School; Dennis Scheele brian_strater@nobl.k12.in.us Location: Salon C; Hands on Seating: Limited seats available

Beyond the Bus Stop and After the Bell: Extending Your Classroom using Blogs and Podcasts In a world that is increasingly digital, global and individualized, it is important that we find opportunities to make our teaching reflect the ways which our students learn and interact with the world. Blogging and podcasting are two communication tools that can raise engagement, connect your classroom to the world, and extend your reach beyond the daily 50 minutes. In this hands-on workshop, teachers will learn how to create a classroom blog using blogger.com and how to create podcasts using GarageBand. Presenters: Timothy Wilhelmus, Benjamin Bosse High School - Evansville; Jerrad Gleim timothy.wilhelmus@evsc.k12.in.us Location: Salon D; Hands-on Bring your own Mac laptop Seating: Limited seats available

Join the Excitement! Conference attendees are allowed one ticket for each visit to the Exhibit Hall. An entry ticket for a drawing can be obtained in the back of the exhibit area from one of our fabulous volunteers. At the end of each day, we will have a drawing for a great prize. You must be in attendance to win. The drawing times in the exhibit area are as follows: Thursday – 3:45pm Friday – 2:45pm Good Luck!

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Friday, October 15 Morning Workshops 8:30 – 11:00 AM ICE Playground Visit our hands-on electronic playground staffed by knowledgeable personnel. No registration required. Just drop by and explore a variety of electronic gadgets. Location: Salon 1; Hands-on Playground Seating: No registration required

Web 2.0's Next Wave: Making Fun New Web-Based Tools Work for You and Your Students (repeat) Explore the many exciting tools available for students and educators to publish their creative ideas with free, user-friendly tools available on the Web today! As the Web 2.0 movement continues to grow and evolve, the tools it brings are changing, too, and the new Web 2.0 landscape is full of exciting and sophisticated tools just waiting for you to explore. And the best part is, you don't have to know anything about high-end editing software like Flash or Dreamweaver to create beautiful online lessons, digital stories, WebQuests, and more! This workshop will give you a guided tour of some of the most exciting and useful tools available today, including Wix.com, Google Sites, Doodlekit.com, Jotform.com, Prezi.com, and Glogster.com. Only basic Web navigation skills are required for this workshop, and if you choose to bring your own laptop, the latest Flash Player plugin from Adobe.com is highly recommended. In addition, you may wish to download and install the Mozilla FireFox browser (Mozilla.com) as well. Presenter: Anastasia Trekles, PU Calumet atrekles@purdue.edu Location: Salon A; Hands-on Windows Lab Seating: No seats available

Exploring Free Online Resources for Teaching Across the Curriculum Teachers at all levels will appreciate this workshop where they can explore a wide variety of free websites that can help them as they teach across the curriculum areas to students at a variety of levels. Many online resources that provide engagement, differentiation, and universal access in the teaching of science, math, social studies, English and reading will be shown. The emphasis will be on allowing participants to have time for hands-on, guided exploration of a variety of websites and internet resources that can enhance their ability to deal with today's diverse classrooms. Presenter: Tina Jones, PATINS Project; Sandy Stabenfeldt tinajones@maessu.org Location: Salon D; Hands-on bring own laptop Seating: No seats available

Using Web 2.0 Tools for Differentiating Instruction in Middle and High Schools Participants in this fun and interactive workshop will walk away with ready-to-use resources for immediate application in how to use Web 2.0 tools to differentiate curriculum, instruction and assessment. Participants will learn a manageable process for determining when to differentiate and when to provide students with choices within boundaries, or when to offer one of the two types of controlled variety. An emphasis will also be placed on using the Web 2.0 tools to infuse 21st Century skill sets while differentiating curriculum, instruction and/or assessment. Presenter: Rita Brodnax, North Boone Schools ritabrodn@aol.com Location: Salon E; Demonstration (Not Hands-on) Seating: Limited seats available

Integrating iPods and iPads into the K-12 Curriculum (repeat) In this hands on workshop participants will work with the Apple iPod Touch and the iPad to learn how these two powerful tools are being integrated into the K-12 classroom. Presenter: Morrie Reece, Apple Computer reece@apple.com Location: Salon B; Hands on Mac Lab Seating: No seats available

Web 2.0 - 21st Century Teaching and Learning Tools Web 2.0 is interactive. Using web 2.0 tools changes the roles of teachers and learners from consumers to creators. No longer limited to consuming (searching and browsing information created by others), users can now create and publish their own content on the World Wide Web. The 20th century World Wide Web is to Web 2.0 as eating is to cooking, reading is to writing, watching is to participating. The objective of this workshop is to describe, explore, and use various Web 2.0 tools including: Applications 2.0, Blogs, Wikis, Media Sharing, Social Bookmarks, Social Networks. Internet safety is an important issue. This workshop will include resources for teaching students to protect themselves from inappropriate contact, content, and conduct. Presenter: Chris Franklin, The ETC Group rcfranklin@indy.rr.com Location: Salon C; Bring your own laptop Seating: No seats available

Join the Fun! A Reception will be held in the Marriott East Courtyard from 4:00 – 5:00 on Thursday afternoon. Then you can head downtown to enjoy the “Indiana Experience” at the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center from 5:30 – 7:00 PM. Admission is free, but limited tickets are available. Pick up your ticket at the Registration table.

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Friday, October 15

Integrating iPads into the K-12 Curriculum and ELL

Afternoon Workshops 1:00 – 3:30 PM ICE Playground Visit our hands-on electronic playground staffed by knowledgeable personnel. No registration required. Just drop by and explore a variety of electronic gadgets. Location: Salon 1; Hands-on Playground Seating: No registration required

Begin integrating the iPad into the K-12 Curriculum, with special emphasis with ELL students: In this hands on workshop participants will work with the Apple iPad to learn how this powerful tool is being integrated in the classroom. Presenter: Nicole Seal, Center Grove Middle School sealn@centergrove.k12.in.us Location: Salon D; Hands-on, bring own equipment Seating: Limited seats available

Faster, Better, Shorter, Deeper: Editing and Capturing Video

The <Digital> Raven During this combination presentation/workshop session, attendees will enter into a mock English classroom about to study "The Raven," a poem by Edgar Allan Poe which often appears in both introductory literature and upper-level American literature classes. Attendees will get a hands-on, behind-the-scenes look at digitizing lessons using the SMARTBoard, Notebook software, and other web tools. Lessons with poetry trailers, interactive bellringers, active and visual analysis of the text, animation, digital webbing, review games, and more, encourage students to become engaged with the text, not bored with it. Workshop time includes small group sessions for digitizing a favorite lesson. Attendees are encouraged to bring a flash drive and laptops pre-loaded with the Notebook software. All attendees will receive a digital copy of resources presented during the mock lesson, ready to adapt for their own digital learners. Presenter: Missy Feller, Benjamin Bosse High School - Evansville missy.feller@evsc.k12.in.us Location: Salon A; Bring your own laptop Seating: Limited seats available

Digital Storytelling with iMovie

Meet the needs of 21st Century digital learners. Begin with curriculum-based resources then tailor them for your class. Customize videos by shortening or blending them. Add narrations, stills, music, or other media sources. Make and take from Web 2.0 videos. Move into presentations. Insert students inside videos with Chromakey. Unlock the hidden power of QuickTime Pro (Mac or PC). Learn the power of screen captures, building tutors, or capturing Web 2.0 sites. Learn about great screen capture programs. Most free, some fee, all fun. Step by step walks through great tools. Target engagement with mind-grabbing resources. Presenter: Hall Davidson, Discovery Education hall.davidson@discovery.com Location: Salon E; Demonstration (Not Hands-on) Seating: Limited seats available

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In this hands-on Macintosh workshop participants will learn how to tell a digital story using iMovie 09. Presenter: Morrie Reece, Apple Computer reece@apple.com Location: Salon B; Hands on Mac Lab Seating: Limited seats available

Web 2.0 - 21st Century Teaching and Learning Tools

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Workshops are offered at no additional cost; however, advanced registration for workshops is required. Initial registration for all workshops was offered at the time of conference registration. Many workshops are completely filled and have a waiting list. if you would like to register for an unfilled workshop, please contact the Registration Desk as early as possible.

Web 2.0 is interactive. Using web 2.0 tools changes the roles of teachers and learners from consumers to creators. No longer limited to consuming (searching and browsing information created by others), users can now create and publish their own content on the World Wide Web. The 20th century World Wide Web is to Web 2.0 as eating is to cooking, reading is to writing, watching is to participating. The objective of this workshop is to describe, explore, and use various Web 2.0 tools including: Applications 2.0, Blogs, Wikis, Media Sharing, Social Bookmarks, Social Networks. Internet safety is an important issue. This workshop will include resources for teaching students to protect themselves from inappropriate contact, content, and conduct. Presenter: Chris Franklin, The ETC Group rcfranklin@indy.rr.com Location: Salon C; Bring your own laptop Seating: Limited seats available

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Conference Schedule – Thursday, October 14

ICE 2010 – Thursday, October 14 7:30 – 9:00 AM

Registration (Coffee available in the Atrium)

Salon 1 Morning Workshops* 8:30 – 11:00

Managing iPods & iPads in the classroom

Salon A Perfect Podcasting on PCs (Part 1)

Salon 2 Concurrent Sessions I 9:00 – 9:45

Assessments:

Concurrent Sessions II 10:00 – 10:45

Bringing the NETS Home

The Foundation for a Response to Intervention Model

Digital Storytelling with iMovie

Web 2.0's Next Wave: Making Fun New Web-Based Tools Work...

Salon 6

Salon 7

Salon E Best of the Best Web 2.0 Tools for 2010

Salon 8

Teaching Simple Machines Using LEGO

21 Century Education Transformation from Jukebox to iPod

Connecting to the Indiana Department of Education

Google: Much More Than Just Search

Changing to Learn: Creating a

Tips for Integrating Web 2.0 Tools

“The Times They Are a-Changin'.” “Really?”

Literacy 2.0 - Infuse Your Lang. Arts with Technology: Student Blogs,

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21st Century Professional Learning Community

Flip Cam Projects and Web 2.0 Tools

Hall Davidson, Discovery Education

Prize Drawing at 3:45 PM

Salon 1 Afternoon Workshops* 1:00 – 3:30

Salon D

Everything You Need to Know About Using Your New Flip & Software!

Salon 3

Luncheon and Keynote Speaker 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM Exhibit Hall 12:00 – 4:00

Salon C

Salon B

ICE Playground

Salon A Perfect Podcasting on PCs (Part 2)

Salon 2

Salon B

Salon C

Salon D

Salon E

Integrating iPods & iPads into the K-12 Currriculum

Everything You Need to Know About Using Your New Flip (Repeat)

Beyond the Bus Stop and After the Bell

Staggeringly Good Things Mixing Google Earth & Media

Salon 3

Salon 6

Salon 7

Salon 8

Concurrent Sessions III 1:00 – 1:45

GradeCam – You'll FLIP Over the Time Savings

Computer Science Concepts for Kids

Video Podcasting in Mathematics

Ways to “Flock” Safely to Web2.0 Tools in Your Class?

Data: Using Technology to

Concurrent Sessions IV 2:00 – 2:45

The Write Approach – Online Writing

“Sane” and Successful: K-12

Ditching the Textbook:

Museum on the Web:

Education: There's an App for That!

5:30 – 7:00 PM

Differentiated Instruction for 21st Century Skill Sets

Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center-

Using Digital Curriculum in the Social Studies Classroom

“Indiana Experience”

Exploring Online Learning Resources available at The Children's Museum of Indianapolis

(reserve at Registration table)

*All workshops requireadvanced registration. See Registration Desk for openings.

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Conference Schedule – Friday, October 15

ICE 2010 – Friday, October 15 7:30 – 9:00 AM Exhibit Hall

Registration Coffee and muffins available in the Exhibit Hall

8:00 AM–3:00 PM

Salon 1 Morning Workshops* 8:30 – 11:00

ICE Playground – just drop in!

Salon A

Salon B

Salon C

Web 2.0's Next Wave: Making

Integrating iPods & iPads

Web 2.0 - 21st Century Teaching and Learning Tools

Fun New WebBased Tools Work... (repeat)

Salon 2

into the K-12 Currriculum

Salon 3

Engage + Interaction = Success with CIM

Digital Bookmaking

Concurrent Sessions II 10:00 – 10:45

Making Assessment FUN with Technology

Word WarmUps, An RTI

to Create Readers Writers

Intervention Tool

Luncheon, Business Mtg., Presentations, and Keynote Speakers:

Afternoon Workshops* 1:00 – 3:30

ICE Playground – just drop in!

Salon A The <Digital> Raven

Salon B Digital Storytelling with iMovie (repeat)

Salon 2

Exploring Free Online Resources for Teaching Across the Curriculum

Salon E Using Web 2.0 Tools for Differentiating Instruction in Middle and High Schools

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Concurrent Sessions I 9:00 – 9:45

Salon 1

Salon D

Salon 3

Salon 6

Salon 7

Salon 8

Around the Circle City...

21 Century Education and Techonology Integration

What Is Google Doing for Schools?

Augmented Reality for Education – Letting Digital Leap to Life

You-tilizing YouTube in the Classroom: Save,

Ditching the Textbook:

and the Elementary School Television Studio!

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Secure and Fun!

Using Digital Curriculum in the Social Studies Classroom (repeat)

Candice Dodson and Jason Bailey - “Anatomy of a Revolution”

Salon C Web 2.0 - 21st Century Teaching and Learning Tools (repeat)

Salon 6

Salon D Integrating iPads into the K-12 Curriculum and ELL

Salon 7

Salon E Faster, Better, Shorter, Deeper: Editing and Capturing Video

Salon 8

Concurrent Sessions III 1:00 – 1:45

Technology Tools for the Music Classroom

Why Video Conferencing ? Global

Learning Connection Overview

Organizing a Site Based Promethean Support Team

Education: There's an App for That! (repeat)

Concurrent Sessions IV 2:00 – 2:45

Digital Storytelling Across the Curriculum

Self-Operated Accessible Instructional Materials on iPods with Free

Movie Maker Magic... Shakespeare and Beyond!

Which Comes First? Curriculum or Discipline?

Building Playgrounds in Secondary Schools

Solutions to Local Issues

Software!

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Thursday, October 14 Concurrent Sessions I

9:00 – 9:45 AM

Assessments: The Foundation For A Response To Intervention Model Response To Intervention is gaining acceptance as an effective collaboration between special and general education. Learn how three types of reading assessments can be used within a tiered RTI model to make instructional decisions for struggling readers. Presenter: James Cline, Read Naturally Location: Salon 2

Teaching Simple Machines Using LEGO Imagine It! Build it! Teach it! Learn how to teach force and motion, pulleys, wheels and axles, gears, and energy using the set and its accompanying teacher materials! The workshop session will be a hands-on lesson taken from the Simple and Motorized Mechanisms curriculum focusing on gears. Presenter: Ivery Toussant, Junior LEGO Education Location: Salon 3

21st Century Education Transformation From Jukebox to iPod:Time To Reinvent! Enjoy a journey filled with information on 21st Century Education, Project Based Learning, and STEM ideas! Educators don't need to replace valuable lessons, but instead should used technology to reinvent activities they have always done! Attend an engaging session promoting a reflective look at new possibilities for educators. Presenter: Michael Gorman, Southwest Allen County Schools Location: Salon 6

Connecting to the Indiana Department of Education Join IDOE staff to learn about current and upcoming initiatives sponsored by the department including the Learning Connection, grant programs, digital content, and the 21st Century Learning Lab. Presenter: John Keller, Indiana Department of Education Location: Salon 7

Google: Much More Than Just Search - Explore the World of Google Apps for Education and other Google tools that can transform classrooms and schools Dive into the great world of Google with an experienced Google Certified Teacher. Learn about Google Apps for Education, free and secure tools that are offered to K-12 and higher ed. Learn about other Google tips and tricks! Save money, engage students, and take learning to new heights. Presenter: Chris Atkinson, Carmel Clay Schools Location: Salon 8

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Thursday, October 14 Concurrent Sessions II

10:00 – 10:45 AM

Bringing the NETS Home Taking the NETS into our actual school buildings can be daunting! Using the alignment of the NETS-T to the Brebeuf Grad @ Grad framework, this presentation will examine the alignment process as well as tools, assignments and challenges/successes experienced during the process. Presenter: Jen LaMaster, Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School Location: Salon 2

Changing to Learn: Creating a 21st Century Professional Learning Community in Your School How do we prepare our students for an ever-changing world? What skills do students need to have to be successful in a global environment? In this session, learn how to incorporate 21st Century Learning Skills into your school and create a Professional Learning Community. Presenters Jon Carl, Carol Pigman, and Tim Wilhelmus, all eLearning Coaches in the EVSC, will share their journey as they began this process. Presenter: Carol Pigman, Evansville-Vanderburgh School Corporation Location: Salon 3

Tips for Integrating Web 2.0 Tools Learn how advanced 8th grade language arts students integrated Web 2.0 tools while completing a simulation called Music Tour USA. Using Google Sites, Docs, Maps and Calendars as well as Animoto and TimeToast, students built web sites displaying documentation to support requests for potential funding and presented requests to community judges. Presenter: Karen Ault, Brownstown Central Community Schools Location: Salon 6

“The Times They Are a-Changin'." " Really?” Opposing forces are at work within our classrooms. Textbooks against the Internet. Rhetoric against conversation. Isolation against collaboration. Tradition against innovation. Are we yet at a tipping point? This session is a conversation about innovations in pedagogy and learning environments--from ideas about all digital curriculum to new ways of collaboration between teachers and learners. Presenter: Yancy Unger, Indiana Department of Education Location: Salon 7

Literacy 2.0 - Infuse Your Language Arts with Technology: Student Blogs, Flip Cam Projects and Web 2.0 Tools Engage in “Literacy 2.0”. Explore student blogging, flip camera projects, and engaging Web 2.0 tools that connect students, increase deeper literature response, and allow for collaboration and reflective student learning. Presenter: Chris Atkinson, Carmel Clay Schools Location: Salon 8

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Thursday, October 14 Concurrent Sessions III

1:00 – 1:45 PM

Thursday, October 14 Concurrent Sessions IV

2:00 – 2:45 PM

GradeCam - You'll FLIP Over the Time Savings

The Write Approach - Online Writing

Use your FLIP Camera to grade papers and record scores to your electronic gradebook from anywhere! Presenter: Matt Brown, Education Technology Partners Location: Salon 2

The paper load increases as class sizes increase. One way to manage the paperwork is to use the online writing program Criterion. Students are given immediate feedback on their writing and will work on revising their writings. See how effective this program can be in the language arts classroom. Presenter: Margaret Hollies, Carmel Clay Schools Location: Salon 2

Computer Science Concepts for Kids Come experience a series of activities that take basic computer science concepts and puts them on a level that anyone understand. The activities teach concepts such as programming, algorithms, problem-solving and much more through kinesthetic learning activities. Activities can be incorporated into subjects such as mathematics, language arts, and science. Presenter: Mindy Hart, Purdue University Location: Salon 3

Video Podcasting in Mathematics High school math students create video podcasts that teach mathematical concepts and skills to elementary students. The podcasts target specific math standards and incorporate real-world applications and illustrations. Presenter: Kim Giesting, Fayette County School Corporation Location: Salon 6

Ways to "Flock" Safely to Web 2.0 Tools in Your Classroom? Students need to be able to make it, share it, find it, solve it, protect it and use it. The “it” is information technology. Students are no longer “digitally shut down” when they enter the school. More then just email, Gaggle.Net includes studentfocused Web 2.0 tools in a safe environment. Presenter: Cindy Cash, South Adams Schools Location: Salon 7

Data: Using Technological to Facilitate Instructional Excellence The workshop will introduce participants to an administrative package written by Peru Community Schools that has helped them automate NWEA, ISTEP, and formative assessment data, along with many other pieces of information into an easy to use sytem of data snapshot reports. It also pre-fills RtI forms and other corporation mandated forms making the analysis and reporting of data easy for teachers and administrative staff members to use. Presenter: David Thompson, Peru Community School Corporation Location: Salon 8

Don't forget to visit the ICE Playground, a hands-on place to Innovate, Collaborate, and Educate. Knowlegeable volunteers will be on hand to help you. Just drop by Salon 1. Thursday morning 8:30 – 11:00 AM Thursday afternoon 1:00 – 3:30 PM Friday morning 8:30 – 11:00 AM Friday afternoon 1:00 – 3:30 PM -22-

"Sane" and Successful K-12 Differentiated Instruction for 21st Century Skill Sets This fun and interactive session will demonstrate a “sane” and successful process for differentiating K-12 instruction to teach the 21st Century skill sets of: high productivity, cultural literacy, critical thinking, and collaboration. In addition, participants will walk away with resources for immediate application, including technology tools to enhance teaching and learning. Presenter: Rita Brodnax, North Boone Community Schools Location: Salon 3

Ditching the Textbook: Using Digital Curriculum in the Social Studies Classroom In 2009, social studies teachers at Lincoln High School, Vincennes, elected to forego traditional textbook adoption and instead utilize a digital curriculum for instruction on the high school level. Most of this curriculum centers around technology assets available on most classroom computers. In this session, a “veteran” teacher with 32 years experience and a newer teacher with two years in the classroom will discuss how digital technology enhances and expands student achievement. We’ll also discuss some of the challenges involved in using technology instead of traditional textbooks. Presenters: Michael Hutchison, Vincennes Community Schools; Elizabeth Yoder Location: Salon 6

Museum on the Web: Exploring Online Learning Resources available at The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis Explore, inquire, and learn how to use online learning resources available at The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis. Discover how to access valuable learning materials and participate in a site where teachers can share student work, dialogue about creating excellent student performance and interact with each other and the museum in new ways. Presenter: Rosemary Loftis, The Children's Museum of Indianpolis Location: Salon 7

Education: There's An App For That! Apple iPods are quickly becoming a standard in the world of education.  This session will explore uses for the apps that are standard on the iPod as well as free and cheap apps that are available for use in the classroom.  All of the apps and ideas shared have been tested by elementary students and their teachers and are ready for you to use in your own school and classroom. Presenter: Helene Hunter-Blum, Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation Location: Salon 8


Friday, October 15 Concurrent Sessions I

9:00 – 9:45 AM

Engage + Interaction = Success with CIM! It’s probably because you aren’t being heard. Join the CIM team to learn why studies prove that student attentiveness, listening and comprehension improve. Explore innovative, everyday instruction techniques by creating web-pods, add quality sound to your recorded lessons, and provide distance learning opportunities. See how Mobis, clickers, the Engage Wireless slate, and Exam View seamlessly integrate with new and existing classroom media to create a completely dynamic classroom. Presenter: Brad Loheide, CIM Education Consultant Location: Salon 2

Friday, October 15 Concurrent Sessions II

10:00 – 10:45 AM

Making Assessment FUN with Technology Participants in this session will see how assessment with technology can be exciting and engaging for students, while being effective and adding variety for teachers. The presenters will show multiple websites and other technology features that will enhance assessment for, of, and as learning. Presenter: Colleen Sheehy, University of Indianapolis Location: Salon 2

Word Warm-Ups, An RTI Intervention Tool

Discover web-based tools and new uses for familiar computer software to create digital and print books for and with emergent readers and writers. Authors of Inspiring Young Authors Year-Round will share writing patterns and teaching strategies to enhance your language arts curriculum. Presenter: Nancy Steffel, University of Indianapolis Location: Salon 3

Attend this session and learn about a new Response To Intervention tool that can increase phonemic awareness and phonics skills for third grade to adult struggling readers. Word Warm-Ups by Read Naturally comes with a pre assessment tool. The process can be used as a daily quick 10 minute center activity for tier I students or a daily 20-30 minute intervention for tier 2 and 3 students. Lessons are accompanied with audio CDs, lists of words, and stories for a variety of phonics patterns. Presenter: James Cline, Read Naturally Location: Salon 3

Around the Circle City.... and the Elementary School TV Studio!

Augmented Reality for Education – Letting Digital Leap to Life

Digital Bookmaking to Create Readers and Writers

Does your school have a TV studio? Do your students put on a school broadcast? Have you used the studio to complete curricular activities? At this session learn how our third graders at FCPA worked on Social Studies, Language Arts, Information Literacy, and Technology standards as they completed an Inquiry Research Project on local Indianapolis area landmarks and then created a live TV broadcast to share what they have learned including anchors, headline reporters, and feature reporters in front of a real green screen! This is an ideal demonstration of collaboration between media specialist and teacher, inquiry learning, the integration of academic and curricular standards, engaged real-world learning, 21st century relevance, and the creative and novel use of technology that many schools already have available. Presenter: Tammie Buchanan, Pike Township Schools Location: Salon 6

21st Century Education and Technology Integration: No Cost and Low Cost Investments with Rich Results for Student Fasten your seatbelt as you take a short and fast paced trip through a world of free and exciting resources! Discover engaging ways to connect with today's digital learners. Address local, state, and national standards facilitating 21 st Century skills. Walk away with hundreds of resources that you can use tomorrow. Presenter: Michael Gorman, Southwest Allen County Schools Location: Salon 7

What Google Is Doing For Schools Google is revolutionizing learning in our schools. Tools like Google Docs, Search, Gmail, and Youtube have taken collaboration into the 21st Century. Spend the hour with three Google Certified Teachers discussing and sharing the advances Google tools have made in the classroom. No experience with Google tools is needed. Presenter: Jay Blackman, Brookwood Schools District 167 Location: Salon 8 -24-

For some time, we have been outsiders looking into the digital world. Many have become immersed into the digital world through avatars and virtual worlds like Second Life. Augmented Reality allows the digital world to now become part of our reality. See examples of the digital world leap out of the screen to life with Google Earth, AR browsers, and even baseball cards. Presenter: Shawn Mahoney, Seymour Community Schools Location: Salon 6

You-tilizing YouTube in the Classroom: Safe, Secure, and Fun! This session, led by a Google Trainer, will explore how YouTube can be leveraged as a safe, innovative way to bring learning and content into the classroom. Topics we’ll explore: creating your own YT channel, the importance of tagging, creating online tutorials, and, of course, video content! Thinking about blocking YouTube? Think again! Presenter: Daniel Rezac, Northbrook/Glenview School District #30 Location: Salon 7

Ditching the Textbook: Using Digital Curriculum in the Social Studies Classroom (repeat) In 2009, social studies teachers at Lincoln High School, Vincennes, elected to forego traditional textbook adoption and instead utilize a digital curriculum for instruction on the high school level. Most of this curriculum centers around technology assets available on most classroom computers. In this session, a “veteran” teacher with 32 years experience and a newer teacher with two years in the classroom will discuss how digital technology enhances and expands student achievement. We’ll also discuss some of the challenges involved in using technology instead of traditional textbooks. Presenters: Michael Hutchison, Vincennes Community Schools; Elizabeth Yoder Location: Salon 8 -25-


Friday, October 15 Concurrent Sessions III

1:00 – 1:45 PM

Technology Tools for the Music Classroom: Using Easily Accessible Technology to Make an Impact on Music Students This session will take a look at technology that can be easily used and applied to the music classroom. We will look at ways to use a projector, free online music tools, and media to improve engagement and communication. This session would be appropriate for all technology user levels. Presenter: Jeff Thornton, Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation Location: Salon 2

Why Video Conferencing? Global Solutions to Local Issues

Friday, October 15 Concurrent Sessions IV

2:00 – 2:45 PM

Digital Storytelling Across the Curriculum Learn how to use a variety of cutting-edge Web applications to create digital stories that help students showcase their learning! This session will share tools to fit a wide variety of subject areas and grade levels. Presenter: Sue Keene, MSD of Decatur Township Location: Salon 2

Self-Operated Accessible Accessible Instructional Materials on iPods with FREE Software!

In the past when needs arose, school districts had two options for solutions: Look close to home or outlay additional dollars to import those who could provide for their needs. Enter video conferencing. Come discover solutions which can be accessed from anywhere in the world while saving time, and money! Presenter: Dawn Colavita, Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration (CILC) Location: Salon 3

This session focuses on placing tests, quizzes, worksheets and other material onto iPods in text format, slideshow format, audio format and video format. This will be done using almost entirely free software, which will be included on a CD for participants to take back to their schools and offices. Presenter: Tina Jones, PATINS Project Location: Salon 3

Learning Connection Overview

Learn how using Windows Movie Maker, Microsoft Word, and a Flip Video Camera can help students to demonstrate their comprehension of difficult core curriculum concepts...even Shakespeare! Presenter: Mark Snodgrass, Center Grove School Corporation Location: Salon 6

The Learning Connection was developed by the Indiana Department of Education as part of a federal grant for developing statewide data systems. The Learning Connection will play a prominent role in supporting the implementation of IDOE’s strategic initiatives. By providing data, resources, and tools for school improvement, this session will provide an overview of the functionality that is available to teachers. Presenter: James Rodman, Indiana Department of Education Location: Salon 6

Organizing a Site Based Promethean Support Team This session will help organize a team of teachers that will help support the classroom teacher to utilize, create, and trouble shoot the Promethean Board. Presenter: Kim Fillingim, Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation Location: Salon 7

Education: There's An App For That! (repeat) Apple iPods are quickly becoming a standard in the world of education.  This session will explore uses for the apps that are standard on the iPod as well as free and cheap apps that are available for use in the classroom.  All of the apps and ideas shared have been tested by elementary students and their teachers and are ready for you to use in your own school and classroom. Presenter: Helen Hunter-Blum, Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation Location: Salon 8

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Movie Maker Magic…Shakespeare and beyond!

Which Comes First? Curriculum or Discipline? Imagine a classroom where you could spend more time doing what you love teaching. Eliminate the repeated warnings and requests without using trendy gimmicks. The techniques provided will increase the time you spend on academics while empowering your students to take responsibility for their actions and achieve success. Presenter: Roger Miller, Center for Teacher Effectiveness Location: Salon 7

Building Playgrounds in Secondary Schools When we’re young, learning comes naturally. The limits of our creativity and discovery are our own imaginations and the perimeters of our playgrounds. So why should learning be different as we grow older. If we want our students to be passionate about their learning, we need to create content playgrounds in which they can explore, imagine and create their own experiences and learning. In this session, learn more about how to create these experiences in your classroom. Presenter: Tim Wilhelmus, Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation Location: Salon 8

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Thank You to ICE Sponsors 2010 Salon 1 Salon 2

Grand Ballroom

Salon 3

CIM-Technology Solutions (projectors, clickers, TEA award)

Salon 8

Dale or JR Gayman, Alicia Peters Aliciap@cimtechsolutions.com 4660 Progress Dr. Columbus, IN 47201 800-742-5036 ext. 2102

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Salon D Salon E

Liberty Hall

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Laura Lamb laura_lamb@discovery.com 401 N. Michigan Ave â&#x20AC;&#x201C; suite 3000 Chicago, IL 60611 312-623-4271 cell

APPLE Computer (computer use) Joseph Lee josephlee@apple.com 312-341-1035 voice

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WFYI â&#x20AC;&#x201C; PBS Teacherline (radio air time) Gail Thomas Strong gstrong@wfyi.org 1630 N. Meridian St Indianapolis, IN 46202 614-0451 cell

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Marriott East - Indianapolis

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Dr. Kathy Moran, Dean, School of Education Kmoran@uindy.edu 1400 E. Hanna Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46227

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ICE 2010 Conference Exhibitors Advantage Cartridge Recycling

ICE 2010 Conference Exhibitors mamboSchools

Karen Bohde, Customer Service

karen@advantagecartridge.com

Bell Telogix Rafaela Farias, Vendor Coordinator

rfarias@belltechlogix.com

Brocade Laura Burkhart, Senior Events Manager

lburkhar@brocade.com

Century Business Products

David Brechbiel, CEO

info@mamboschools.com

Maps101 Diane Jonges, Sales Representative

diane@maps.com

Mimio Jenni Molnar, Sales Manager

jennifer.molnar@mimio.com

Netech Corp Lauren Griswold, Physical Security Ops Admin lgriswold@netechcorp.com

Abbygail Mendoza, Marketing

sales@centurybusinessproducts.com

CIM Technology Solutions

Network Storage Inc. Kristi Espiritu, Business Dev. Mgr.

Alicia Peters, Marketing

aliciap@cimtechsolutions.com

Creative-image Technologies

kespiritu@networkstorageinc.com

ODYSSEYWARE Meghan Ray, Events Coordinator

Jasmine Marks, Multimedia Consultant

Jmarks@c-it.cc

CSC Learning

mray@aop.com

Pitsco Education Kelli Hodgen, Education Consultant

Jacqueline Alicea, Marketing Coordinator

alicea@csclearning.com

Qwizdom Inc.

cece_robinson@ctb.com

Read Naturally, Inc.

CTB McGraw-Hill

khodgen@pitsco.com

Jean Knight, Trade Show Coordinator

Cece Robinson, IN program Coordinator

Daydream Education

jean@qwizdom.com

Joe Cline, Educator and Consultant

Kristine Petricas, Account Manager

kristine@daydreameducation.com

Dell, Inc. Greg Lamb, Account Executive

greg_lamb@dell.com

Discovery Communications Chrysti Hill, Events Marketing

Chrysti_Hill@discovery.com

Education Networks of America Kyle Watkins, Consortium Product Manager Fred Cuthbert, Account Service Manager Brian Hubbard, Account Service Manager Connie O'Conner, Marketing Coordinator Tim Walker, Account Service Manager Merle Gruesser, Director of Customer Services Travis Markley, Customer Solutions Engineer

kwatkins@ena.com fcuthbert@ena.com bhubbard@ena.com coconnor@ena.com twalker@ena.com mgruesser@ena.com tmarkley@ena.com

Education Technology Partners Matt Brown, Sr. Education Consultant

mbrown@edtechpartners.com

Elan Technologies Ryan Grimes, Regional Manager

ryan@elantech.net

Emerge IT Solutions Darron Scanlon, Managing Partner

mcaridi@emergeits.com

Indiana Youth Institute Lori Kretz, Project Manager

lkretz@iyi.org

IUPUI School of Education Adriana Brandt, Director

amelnyk@iupui.edu

lmarofsky@readnaturally.com

Samsung Techwin America Richard Bellomy, Vice-President Sales Mike Treacy, Eastern Regional Sales Mgr. Rick Burdette, Sales Director David Owen, President

richardb@samsungsoa.com mike.treacy@samsung.com rick@dig.net david@ocomsales.com

Scholastic Jemece Briggs, Account Executive

tmasnjak@scholastic.com

Sharp Nancy Sunshine, Education Market Specialist

sunshinen@sharpusa.com

Skyward Inc. Chris Casey, Account Executive Connie Bowman, Sales Manager

katek@skyward.com connieb@skyward.com

SmartEd Services Lynette Slama, Director of Special Events

Lslama@teachsmart.org

Spectrum Industries Inc. Shannon Quimet, Event Coordinator

squimet@spectrumfurniture.com

Think Tank NTG Angela Heid, Purchasing Manager James Gagan, President Keith Greer, Sales Rep. Mark Passarelli, Sales Manager

aheid@thinktankntg.com jgagan@thinktankntg.com kgreer@thinktankntg.com mpassarelli@thinktankntg.com

TNT - Teaching N Technology Fayette Adams, President/Owner

fadams@teachandtech.com

Troxell Communications

LEGO Education Ivery Toussant, Education Consultant

itoussant@legoeducation.us

Rita Cook, Account Executive, Indiana

rita.cook@trox.com

World Book Inc.

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ICE 2010 Conference Notes

ICE 2010 Conference Notes


ICE Conference 2010