2019 Schedule

2019 Schedule

Schedule At-A-Glance

8:30-9:15 Check-In, Breakfast, and Networking - Makerspace Experience - Tech Center/Bay Room

9:15-9:30 Welcome/Breakfast/Discussion - Tech Center

9:30-10:15- Keynote - Tech Center

10:30-11:15- Session 1

11:25-12:10 - Session 2

12:15-1:00 - Lunch and Student Projects showcasing innovation - Tech Center

1:00-1:15 -Unconference: Collaborate with experts & colleagues

1:20-2:15 Unconference Topic Breakouts

2:20-2:30 Closure and next steps - What is your future school? Blueprint for Success? - Tech Center

Session 1 & 2 Breakouts

All sessions repeated!

Learn more about the presenters!

Makerspace experience - occurring throughout the morning by Portola Valley School District Makerspace Design & Innovation Coach, Sarrie Paguirigan

Bay Room

From 1:1 to STEAM, Building a Future Ready School District

Andrew Schwab

Student Services Room

Learn how 1:1 devices have transformed student access to information in K-8 classrooms. With a focus on teacher leadership, student voice and professional development, Union School District has transformed learning across the district for all students. With an integrated approach to STEAM and a vision for Future Ready learning, we'll share how we built a culture of learning with staff, students and community.

Future of Data: Building Data Culture Today

Amy Fong & Martha Friedrich

Board Room

Student data is integral to the California School Dashboard, LCFF, LCAP and the System of Support. Who has their hands on your data and how are they using it? The future of data is quickly growing in complexity, and it will take more than one person’s hopes and dreams to be successful. We’ll share insights and lead you through activities with the intention of jump starting your local data culture.

What Good Classroom Technology Does NOT Look Like

Jon Corippo

Tech Center

Jon Corippo will discuss 10 ways we deploy technology ineffectively in classrooms. Sometimes it’s faster to talk about what we should NOT do instead of what we CAN do!

Teaching Modern ELLs Through Digital Equity Lenses

Martin Cisneros

Annex - Across the Street

ELD programs and strategies have evolved. Our modern ELLs learners need new and improved strategies to succeed. In this session, we explore the current understandings of digital age learning and dive into how we can improve the instructional methodology for English learners to meet the demands of equity in this new classroom era.

There is No Such Thing as Digital Citizenship - From Classroom to Policy

Joe Marquez

Pacific Room - 2nd Floor

With schools investing in 1:1 initiatives, security, student privacy, and student safety is a key concern. How can a planned rollout of Digital Citizenship practices help increase awareness of online threats and at the same time protect our most important end user, our students. Join us for a discussion on what Digital Citizenship is, how student and teacher online activities can be a threat or complement to your school and community, and successful strategies on how to implement Digital Citizenship curriculum in your school & district.

Are You Social Media Savvy?

Katherine Goyette

Educational Services Room - 2nd Floor

Your students, their families, and your employees are on social media. Are you? Learn to leverage social media to safely build your brand, connect with families in your community, and build your personal learning network. Go beyond static websites and newsletters as you learn to meet your stakeholders where they are at - on their socially connected, mobile devices.

Create A Culture Of Collaboration: Leveraging G Suite and Other Google Tools for Administrators

Bill Selak

Ocean Room - 2nd Floor

Learn ways that administrators can leverage Google tools to lead. Use Classroom or Docs as a meeting log, collaboratively create and share custom maps using Google My Maps, leverage Chrome extensions and Add-Ons for productivity, and create templates for school events by hacking Google Slides!