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Agenda link http://www.outreach.psu.edu/programs/one-to-one/agenda.html


Monday

Coach Pre Conference



Tuesday

Opening Keynote - Monday

Opening Keynote Speaker
Bernajean Porter, Professional Speaker, Consultant and Digital Storytelling Guide
Author of Evaluating Digital Products: Training and Resource Tools for Using Student Scoring Guides and DigiTales: The Art of Telling Digital Stories


Concurrent Sessions I

9:45-10:45
Moodle and iPods...to Enhance Learning
Rob Nelson, Classrooms for the Future (CFF) Coach/Secondary Social Studies
Randy McNally, Director of Technology, Springfield School District


Using PolyVision...Interactive Whiteboards and RM's Easiteach Software to Enhance Classroom Interaction
Jim Chiavacci, Ph.D., Instructional Technology, PolyVison
Joyce Chiavacci, Fourth grade teacher, Alpharetta Christian School


Implementing 1to1...Learning Programs
Brent D. Frey, Education Development Manager, Apple, Inc.

Wikis...An Interactive Classroom Tool
Louise Maine, Science Teacher, Punxsutawney Area School District

21st Century Teaching and Learning
Larry DeVille, MPC/Gateway

Web 2.0...How Can Interactive Communities and Online Tools Be Used in the Classroom?
Raymond Pastore, Penn State

Critical Conversations...Innovation and Accountability: Complementary or Contradictory?
Conversation Thought Leader: Bernajean Porter
Moderated by Anytime, Anywhere Learning Foundation


Concurrent Sessions II

11:00 a.m.–noon
Sustaining and Extending CFF...with Open Source Software and Open Content
Dr. Scott Garrigan, CAPE: Center for Advancing Partnerships in Education

Perspectives from a Michigan K–12 School...
Implementing One-to-One: The Value of Open Source Products
Dan Vos, Holland Christian Schools, Michigan

Incorporating Technology in the LA Classroom
Andy Cunningham, State College Area School District

Using YouTube in the Classroom
Karl Sprenger, Kisiki School District & Penn State

Developing Teaching Style...in One-to-One Environments
Beth Rajan Sockman, East Stroudsburg University

Using Photo Story 3...in the Social Studies Classroom
Sam Bundy, DuBois Area High School

Critical Conversations: Results that Matter for the 21st Century
Conversation Thought Leader: Paul Curtis, New Tech Foundation
Moderated by Anytime, Anywhere Learning Foundation



Lunch Keynote Speaker

Enabling the New Classroom Conversation
Paul Curtis, Chief Academic and Innovation Officer, New Technology Foundation



Concurrent Sessions III

2:30-3:30
XO Hardware and Software Demonstration: Live and in Person!
Dr. Scott Garrigan, CAPE: Center for Advancing Partnerships in Education

Preparing for One-to-One
William Dolton, Chuck Ginter, Tom McGee and Rhonda Keefer, Lower Merion School District

Google Docs: Using Online Authoring Tools
Deb Kerr and Jane Sutterlin, Instructional Technology Specialists, State College Area High

CFF Tales
A School District's Success and Challenges
Marty Petrosky, Shanksville-Stonycreek School District

Global Collaborative Learning in a One-to-One Environment
John Gould

Technology is Ubiquitous:What Does Curriculum Look Like in a One-to-One School?
Marcie Hull and Zach Chase, Science Leadership Academy

Critical Conversations: Making the Technology Transparent and Learning Possible
Conversation Thought Leader: Jeff Mao, Coordinator of Educational Technology, State of Maine
Moderated by Anytime, Anywhere Learning Foundation



Concurrent Sessions IV

3:45-4:45

21st Century Teaching and Learning
Larry DeVille, MPC/Gateway

Moving Beyond the Spreadsheet Paradigm 21st Century Skills, Technology, and the Curriculum
Luis Almeida, Waynesburg University

What Does a One-to-One Classroom Look Like?
Brent D. Frey, Education Development Manager, Apple, Inc.

Activate Your Students to Learn in the 21st Century
Amanda Carrico, Brookville Area School District

Benny and the Techs: The Need for a Stronger Connection between Business and Education as Observed by a Current Businessperson and Former Superintendent of Schools
Mark T. Dietz, Micro Technology Groupe, Inc

Digital Classroom—Using What You Have
Tony Franklin, Microsoft Solution Specialist

Critical Conversations: One-to-One 2.0: Global Trends and Emerging Ideas
Conversation Thought Leader: Bruce Dixon, President, Anytime, Anywhere Learning Foundation, Seattle, WA
Moderated by Anytime, Anywhere Learning Foundation


Concurrent Sessions V

5:00-6:00

Managing the Digital Classroom

Laurie Vitale, West Shore School District

Experience from the Field...

...Transformation and Sustainability of One-to-One
Jeff Mao, Coordinator of Educational Technology, State of Maine

Using Technology as a High School Principal

Lorraine Felker, Kutztown Area School District

Seven Deadly Assumptions

Heather Ryder, Midd-West High School

Hard Science and Math with Soft(ware) Tools

Dr. Scott Garrigan, CAPE: Center for Advancing Partnerships in Education

Communication and Collaboration Tools for K–12

Donnie Hall, Microsoft Solution Specialist

Critical Conversations...

...Creating a Culture of Innovation: What are the Necessary Pre-Conditions That Make This Possible?
Conversation Thought Leader: Kyle Peck, Penn State
Moderated by Anytime, Anywhere Learning Foundation



Banquet Keynote Speaker

Bruce Dixon, President, Anytime, Anywhere Learning Foundation



Wednesday


Concurrent Sessions I

8:00-9:00 am
Digital Literacies for the English Classroom
Jamie Meyers, Penn State, and a panel of teachers from State College Area School District

21st Century Skills Meets Social Networking in Schools—Where is the Rigor?
Zach Chase, Science Leadership Academy

Partners Across the Curriculum—Computer Applications and One-to-One
Susan DeAngelis and Amy Howard, Kutztown Area School District

CFF's Impact on the School Culture of a Resource-Poor District
Josh Lucas, Nolan Larry, and Tom Rea, Sto-Rox High School

PolyVision and the RM Easiteach Secondary Content Pack
Carissa Bailey and James Chiavacci, PolyVision

Critical Conversations: Scale:
How Can Individual Excellence Be Replicated or Should It Be?
Conversation Thought Leader: Wade Pogany, South Dakota
Moderated by Anytime, Anywhere Learning Foundation



Concurrent Sessions II


EDUCATE at Penn State, Integrating Digital Tools in Teacher Education
Orrin Murray, Penn State

Classrooms for the Future (CFF) Coach Mentors: Rigor & Relevance + Technology Integration = Critical Conversations in Support of CFF Coaches
Holly Jobe, CFF Project Manager, PDE, and CFF panelists

Incorporating Technology in the Language Arts Classroom
Alison Kocis, Kutztown Area School District


CFF Professional Development Online Course Options
Stephanie Schott, Wilkes University

Have We Really Reformed Education if the Textbook Still Drives Instruction?
Sally Bair, Northern Lebanon Area School District

One-to-One Pioneers: From Maine to Australia, What We Have Learned
Henry Patel, Studywiz Spark

Web 2.0, Hype or Hidden Opportunity?
Critical Conversations: Scale: What School Leaders Should Know About Social Networking
Conversation Thought Leader: Cole Camplese, Information Technology Manager, Penn State
Moderated by Anytime, Anywhere Learning Foundation



Concurrent Sessions III

The Truth About Learning to Teach with Technology: Elementary Education Students Speak Out
Carla Zembal-Saul and panel, Penn State

Digital Storytelling Using Microsoft PowerPoint
Sam Bundy, DuBois Area High School

Cost Effective Ways of Using Distance Learning
Patrick Hockey, Philipsburg-Osceola Area School District

Beyond Assessment
Robert Cunningham, Promethean

Adobe Creative Suite 3 Design Premium
Patrick Koster, Adobe Education Solutions Engineer

Technology Integration and Project-Based Learning: A Charter School's Answer to Meaningful Learning
Teachers and students from the Centre Learning Community Charter School

An Educational Vision Worth Sustaining
Critical Conversations
Conversation Thought Leader: Gary Stager, Consultant, Executive Director of the Constructivst Consortium
Moderated by Anytime, Anywhere Learning Foundation




Dr. Gerald Zahorchak

Pennsylvania Secretary of Education


Closing Keynote Speaker

Wade Pagony, Director of Curriculum and Instruction for the State of South Dakota's One-to-One Initiative

Closing Remarks

Kyle Peck, Penn Stat