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Saturday, March 19


Co-existance with Google
Seeing in-service teachers, graduate-level pre-service teachers, and high school students, build cultures of humane practice using google.

Learning together in google classroom, google docs, google spread sheets and google drives. We the people mindfully bring transparency to education and soften the edges of the ivory tower to go where no man has been before. Universal education.

"I have a dream."
Dr. Noble


Dr. Noble

Adjunct Assistant Professor/High School Teacher, Brooklyn College/Brooklyn College Academy


Google Classroom 101 / 102
Time is of the essence for many teachers. Google Classroom can help with the time factor as it is a simple way to share and create work with students.
My goal is to instruct in the basics of classroom and then show how to import and create documents that students can do and submit in classroom.
I have found that my paper load has been cut in half due to classroom and through the add-ons and abilities of the other GAFE products;
I am able to communicate with my student’s right through classroom. Google Classroom is a great system that any teacher with varying level of technology expertise can use.

My goal is to display what it can do and show teachers how it can be used on a computer as well as through the mobile device, most importantly it helps teachers cut down paper load!

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Katie DiGregorio

Spanish Secondary Teacher, Greenport Schools
Katie has a MS in TESOL education and a BA in Spanish Secondary Education. She has worked at Greenport Schools for the past six years as the High School Spanish teacher. In the last year, Katie has taken the initiative to work with other peers in the building to implement the uses... Read More →


Google Classroom: The power is in the simplicity.
Has your district just gone Google? Come learn how to use Google Classroom to streamline workflow in the classroom. Look at how teachers can differentiate assignments using Google Classroom. Google Classroom is more than just for assignments though. We will look at creative ways to use Google Classroom in your school/district especially around Professional Development. Finally, we will look at grading assignments using rubrics via Doctopus/Goobric.

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Robert Pennington

Teacher/Lead Tech Coach, Norwalk Public Schools
Robert was married to his wife Meghan in 2004. They currently live in Norwalk, CT with their two kids Nicholas and Lauren. He graduated from Niagara University in 2002 with a degree in Secondary Education: Social Studies. In 2009, he graduated from Fairfield University with a Master's... Read More →


Twitter for Beginners
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Rachel Small

Teacher Librarian, Burlington Public Schools
Pine Glen Elementary Teacher Librarian


Flipping the classroom with EDpuzzle
This session will focus on how to take videos you are already using from your own videos, YouTube, KhanAcademy, TedEd, Vimeo, CrashCourse , Veritasium and more! Teachers can clip the video, add their own voice, ask questions, share assignments to their Google Classroom. 

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Rachael Sedeyn

Business Teacher/Technologoy Trainer, Jackson Memorial High School


Digital Portfolios: Distribution & Development
The benefits of using online platforms to curate documents and information. Google Sites will be explored as a medium for developing both student highlight sites and professional teacher portfolios/documentation logs. Teach students digital literacy and help them showcase their awesome! Highlight your growth and best practices as an educator!

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Sean Hackbarth

Social Studies Teacher, Westwood Middle School


Google Classroom using Doctopus and Goobric
In this exciting session you will learn about getting started with using Google Classroom. You will learn how to set-up and manage your own Google Classroom and if time permits you will also learn about the magic of Doctopus and Goobric for grading with rubrics.

Presentation Link: https://goo.gl/HiAatD  

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Amy Korn

Business/Computer Science Teacher and Technology Instructional Leader, Wilton Public Schools
Amy Korn is a passionate educator with over 11 years of experience. Amy is a Business Education/Computer Science Teacher and the Applied Arts and Technology Instructional Leaders at Wilton High School in Wilton, CT. Amy led her district in adopting Google Apps for EDU in 2011. Amy... Read More →