TNT 2018

Sessions

8:05 am - 8:55 am

8:05 AM - 8:55 AM - Rm. 4206
#Edchat: Be a Connected, Productive Educator, Cassidy Juneau, Hathaway High School

8:05 AM - 8:55 AM - Rm. 4201
A Few of My Favorite Microsoft Things, Melanie LeJeune, St. Louis Catholic High School

8:05 AM - 8:55 AM - Rm. 4112
Active Learning Tech Tools!, Shiv Kumar, LaGrange High

8:05 AM - 8:55 AM - Library A
Breaking Through the Bricks: Providing Feedback to Online Learners, Claudine Townley, Blackboard

8:05 AM - 8:55 AM - Rm. 4207
Hooking Students With Technology, Marielle Myers, Sulphur High 9th/ Science

8:05 AM - 8:55 AM - Rm. 4113
Kick start learning with ClassKick, LeeAnn Reon, MJ Kaufman Elementary

8:05 AM - 8:55 AM - Rm. 4111
Makin’ AT Your Superpower, Dana McGee, Technology Training Center

8:05 AM - 8:55 AM - Rm. 4208
Nearpod for Beginners, Misti Perkins, Vinton Middle School / LeBlanc Middle School

8:05 AM - 8:55 AM - Rm. 4204
No Tech? No Problem!, D'nea Stanley, SP Arnett Middle School

8:05 AM - 8:55 AM - Rm. 4205
Seesaw Portfolios for the foreign language classroom, Lova Moreno, Henry heights elementary

8:05 AM - 8:55 AM - Rm. 4203
Sharing Tech Secrets, Carolyn Primeaux, Prien Lake Elementary

8:05 AM - 8:55 AM - Library C
Streamline Your Classroom - Teacher Tools that Work, Lexie Griggs, Barbe High School

8:05 AM - 8:55 AM - Rm. 4202
Tech Tricks for Classroom Management and Organization, Eloise Pruitt, Barbe High School & ITEC

8:05 AM - 8:55 AM - Library D
The Best Instructional Android Apps for Use in the ActivClassroom, Kelli Deranger, AXI Education Solutions

8:05 AM - 8:55 AM - Library B
Tools for Teaching with iPad, Jana Hart, Apple, Inc.

8:05 AM - 8:55 AM - Auditorium
Won't You Be My Neighbor?, Danielle Olson, Microsoft

9:35 am - 10:25 am

9:35 AM - 10:25 AM - Rm. 4111
"I Can Do That" Making Microsoft 365 Accessible, Charlene Viator, Calcasieu Parish Tech Department

9:35 AM - 10:25 AM - Rm. 4112
10 Tech Tools to Try, Meredith Boullion, CPSB Technology Department

9:35 AM - 10:25 AM - Auditorium
Be a Classroom Hero with OneNote Class Notebook!, Danielle Olson, Microsoft

9:35 AM - 10:25 AM - Library D
Digital Literacy Across the Curriculum, Marcus Stein, AXI Education Solutions

9:35 AM - 10:25 AM - Rm. 4202
Digital Portfolios Made with Seesaw, Jo Ann Mayo, LeBleu Settlement

9:35 AM - 10:25 AM - Rm. 4201
Do You Sway?, Angela Kiser, Technology Training Center

9:35 AM - 10:25 AM - Library B
Engaging Learners with iPad, Jana Hart, Apple Inc.

9:35 AM - 10:25 AM - Rm. 4207
Grant Writing and Current Grant Offers Along with Symbaloo, Melissa Cox, Barbe High School

9:35 AM - 10:25 AM - Rm. 4203
Interactive Reading Lessons With Nearpod, Lacey Blocker, Maplewood Middle School

9:35 AM - 10:25 AM - Rm. 4206
Kami - Leveling the Playing Field for All, Laurie Duhon, Jefferson Davis Parish School Board

9:35 AM - 10:25 AM - Rm. 4205
Little Known Office Facts to Work Smarter!, Phyllis Derise, CPSB Technology Department

9:35 AM - 10:25 AM - Rm. 4113
Science, Social Studies, English and Math, Oh My!, Laura Billings, ITECH teacher

9:35 AM - 10:25 AM - Rm. 4208
Tech Tools and Strategies in the High School Science Classroom, Kim Holmes, Sulphur High School 9th

9:35 AM - 10:25 AM - Rm. 4204
Tech Tools for Formative Assessment, Dr. Suresh Chiruguru, LaGrange High

9:35 AM - 10:25 AM - Library C
Top 10 Tech Tools in the Elementary Classroom, Ashley Guillory, Maplewood Elementary

9:35 AM - 10:25 AM - Library A
You have all those digital resources, now what?, Colleen Hess-Dunn, ClassLink

10:30 am - 11:20 am

10:30 AM - 11:20 AM - Rm. 4202
3 aps that you and your students will LOVE!, Staci Widcamp, Gillis Elementary School

10:30 AM - 11:20 AM - Rm. 4204
A Student Driven Classroom in a Technology Driven World., Miranda Cole, Prien Lake Elementary

10:30 AM - 11:20 AM - Rm. 4207
Amazing Tech Resources!, Rekha Sharma, LaGrange High

10:30 AM - 11:20 AM - Rm. 4208
BrainPOP Educators, Katie Governale, Dolby

10:30 AM - 11:20 AM - Library A
Connecting World Book to your Curriculum Needs, Tanya Bares, World Book, Inc.

10:30 AM - 11:20 AM - Library B
Create with iPad and Apple Apps, Jana Hart, Apple, Inc.

10:30 AM - 11:20 AM - Rm. 4111
Creating Your Own Digital Breakout/Escape Room, Pam Nicholson, Calcasieu Parish School District

10:30 AM - 11:20 AM - Library D
HoverCam Pilot...The Podium, Digitally Reimagined!, Kelli Deranger, AXI Education Solutions

10:30 AM - 11:20 AM - Rm. 4206
Latest Assessment News, Georgia Broussard, Sulphur High

10:30 AM - 11:20 AM - Auditorium
Let's Talk About Access, Baby!, Danielle Olson, Microsoft

10:30 AM - 11:20 AM - Rm. 4205
Microsoft's Class Notebook, Lisa Juneau, Technology Training Center

10:30 AM - 11:20 AM - Rm. 4113
Rejuvenating STEM With Video Game Design, William Maricle, FK White Middle School

10:30 AM - 11:20 AM - Rm. 4112
Teacher Tech Tools, Blaire Derouen, Barbe High School

10:30 AM - 11:20 AM - Library C
Top Must-Have Technology to Use in an Elementary Classroom!, Misty Savario, Prien Lake Elementary

10:30 AM - 11:20 AM - Rm. 4203
Using Blackboard to Simplify your Work Load, Sherry Dattola, Vinton Middle School

10:30 AM - 11:20 AM - Rm. 4201
What the Calcasieu Parish Public Library can do for you!, Chandra Becton, Calcasieu Parish Public Library

12:10 pm - 1:00 pm

12:10 PM - 1:00 PM - Rm. 4201
BreakOut of Your Routine, Mary Villaume, St. Louis Catholic High School

12:10 PM - 1:00 PM - Rm. 4203
Build a Webpage with MS Word and create an APP, A. Marier Piper, LaGrange High School

12:10 PM - 1:00 PM - Auditorium
Class Notebook & Assessment: A Match Made in Microsoft Heaven, Danielle Olson, Microsoft

12:10 PM - 1:00 PM - Rm. 4206
Coding Aligned with the Louisiana Student Standards, Phyllis Arndt, Pearl Watson Elementary School

12:10 PM - 1:00 PM - Rm. 4207
CPSB Digital Media Resources, Margaret(Meg) Arrant, Western Heights Elementary

12:10 PM - 1:00 PM - Rm. 4202
Creating a Classroom Playground with Seesaw, Kristie Shaw, Maplewood Elementary

12:10 PM - 1:00 PM - Library A
Get Future Ready with Nearpod, Angela Daly, Nearpod

12:10 PM - 1:00 PM - Library B
iPad Accessibility Tools or Diverse Learners, Jana Hart, Apple, Inc.

12:10 PM - 1:00 PM - Library D
Making a Start with ClassFlow, Marcus Stein, AXI Education Solutions

12:10 PM - 1:00 PM - Rm. 4113
Math and Technology, Ashley Mier, R.W. Vincent

12:10 PM - 1:00 PM - Rm. 4205
OneNote, Great!! Now How Can I Use It?, Marketta Parker, Sulphur High

12:10 PM - 1:00 PM - Rm. 4208
Roadmap to Project Based Learning with Workbench, Michael Romine, Jennings Elementary

12:10 PM - 1:00 PM - Rm. 4111
Swivl-mania, Terri Simpson, Maplewood Middle School

12:10 PM - 1:00 PM - Rm. 4204
Teach with Tech, Lisa Moore, Pearl Watson Elementary

12:10 PM - 1:00 PM - Library C
Using Tech to Improve Parent Involvement, Leslie McFarland, W. T. Henning Elementary

12:10 PM - 1:00 PM - Rm. 4112
Using Technology to Guide Student Learning, Jeanne Lejeune, Sulphur High

Sessions

8:05:00 AM - 8:55:00 AM - Rm. 4206
#Edchat: Be a Connected, Productive Educator
Want to step up your Twitter game? Learn about TweetDeck, hash tags, Twitter chats, and other ways Twitter can be used to connect to other professionals.
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Presenter: Cassidy Juneau, Hathaway High School, cassidy.juneau@jdpsbk12.org

 

Sessions

8:05:00 AM - 8:55:00 AM - Rm. 4201
A Few of My Favorite Microsoft Things
After 3 years of using Office 365, this tech coach/librarian has some favorites that make teaching and learning more effective and efficient. Explore an idea or two in OneNote, Forms, Sway, Office Lens and Skype.
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Presenter: Melanie LeJeune, St. Louis Catholic High School, mlejeune@slchs.org

 

Sessions

8:05:00 AM - 8:55:00 AM - Rm. 4112
Active Learning Tech Tools!
Participants will learn about technological tools for engaging students actively in any classroom.
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Presenter: Shiv Kumar, LaGrange High, shiv.kumar@cpsb.org

 

Sessions

8:05:00 AM - 8:55:00 AM - Library A
Breaking Through the Bricks: Providing Feedback to Online Learners
Feedback to learners looks different online. Come explore key differences between online and brick-and-mortar feedback. Learn how to make feedback more personal, specific, engaging, and timely.
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Presenter: Claudine Townley, Blackboard, claudine.townley@blackboard.com

 

Sessions

8:05:00 AM - 8:55:00 AM - Rm. 4207
Hooking Students With Technology
Interact with neat gadgets that engage students. Attendees will complete sample lesson activities with technology.
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Presenter: Marielle Myers, Sulphur High 9th/ Science, marielle.myers@cpsb.org

 

Sessions

8:05:00 AM - 8:55:00 AM - Rm. 4113
Kick start learning with ClassKick
Create lessons using text, images, video and audio in which students can work through at their own pace. Teachers can observe progress in real time and provide immediate feedback.
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Presenter: LeeAnn Reon, MJ Kaufman Elementary, leeann.reon@cpsb.org

 

Sessions

8:05:00 AM - 8:55:00 AM - Rm. 4111
Makin’ AT Your Superpower
Come learn about the power of Assistive Technology. We will share low, mid, and high tech tools and resources that support curriculum and allow access and participation for Students with Disabilities.
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Presenter: Dana McGee, Technology Training Center, dana.mcgee@cpsb.org

 

Sessions

8:05:00 AM - 8:55:00 AM - Rm. 4208
Nearpod for Beginners
Come learn how Nearpod can engage learners. You will experience a Nearpod lesson to learn the basic features. The presenter will share examples and if time permits, you will start building a Nearpod lesson.
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Presenter: Misti Perkins, Vinton Middle School / LeBlanc Middle School, misti.perkins@cpsb.org

 

Sessions

8:05:00 AM - 8:55:00 AM - Rm. 4204
No Tech? No Problem!
Don't have very many resources but looking to add technology? This session explores apps, websites, and other resources you can use in a limited tech classroom.
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Presenter: D'nea Stanley, SP Arnett Middle School, dnea.stanley@cpsb.org

 

Sessions

8:05:00 AM - 8:55:00 AM - Rm. 4205
Seesaw Portfolios for the foreign language classroom
Presenters will use Seesaw digital portfolios to show student language growth.
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Presenter: Lova Moreno, Henry heights elementary, lova.moreno@cpsb.org

 

Sessions

8:05:00 AM - 8:55:00 AM - Rm. 4203
Sharing Tech Secrets
In this session you will learn a few things that will hopefully make your teaching life easier! Secrets will be revealed. Whether you have iPads or laptops/desktops, there will be something for you.
Type:
Presenter: Carolyn Primeaux, Prien Lake Elementary, carolyn.primeaux@cpsb.org

 

Sessions

8:05:00 AM - 8:55:00 AM - Library C
Streamline Your Classroom - Teacher Tools that Work
Discover tools techy teachers are using to simplify classroom organization and management. The tools shown can be implemented TOMORROW (well, Monday) in your classroom.
Type:
Presenter: Lexie Griggs, Barbe High School, lexie.griggs@cpsb.org
CoPresenter(s): Blaire Derouen

 

Sessions

8:05:00 AM - 8:55:00 AM - Rm. 4202
Tech Tricks for Classroom Management and Organization
This session will provide teachers with various ways to incorporate technology into their classroom with management procedures and organizational procedures. This session will incorporate fun extensions like Bitmoji and Google QR code reader.
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Presenter: Eloise Pruitt, Barbe High School & ITEC, kathryn.pruitt@cpsb.org

 

Sessions

8:05:00 AM - 8:55:00 AM - Library D
The Best Instructional Android Apps for Use in the ActivClassroom
The ActivConnect G enables a PC-Free, tablet mode on the Promethean ActivPanel (or ActivBoard Touch - optional). Teachers now have access to thousands of Google Android instructional apps which add tablet-like functions to their front of classroom portal.
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Presenter: Kelli Deranger, AXI Education Solutions, kelli@axiedu.com

 

Sessions

8:05:00 AM - 8:55:00 AM - Library B
Tools for Teaching with iPad
Explore iOS 11’s powerful productivity tools, workflow with Apple Classroom and no cost professional development with Apple Teacher.
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Presenter: Jana Hart, Apple, Inc., jana_hart@apple.com

 

Sessions

8:05:00 AM - 8:55:00 AM - Auditorium
Won't You Be My Neighbor?
Learn how to enrich your students' learning experiences using Skype in the Classroom to provide ways for them to collaborate locally and globally.
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Presenter: Danielle Olson, Microsoft, danielle.vogel@usmie.com

 

Sessions

9:35:00 AM - 10:25:00 AM - Rm. 4111
"I Can Do That" Making Microsoft 365 Accessible
You can use Microsoft 365 to create inclusive learning environments, with tools that empower students of all abilities to work independently, efficiently, and confidently. Microsoft Learning Tools are free tools that implement proven techniques to improve
Type:
Presenter: Charlene Viator, Calcasieu Parish Tech Department, charlene.viator@cpsb.org

 

Sessions

9:35:00 AM - 10:25:00 AM - Rm. 4112
10 Tech Tools to Try
Tech tools come and tech tools go, and most teachers have their familiar favorites tucked in their tool belt. This session will feature 10 handy tools to try in your classroom.
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Presenter: Meredith Boullion, CPSB Technology Department, meredith.boullion@cpsb.org

 

Sessions

9:35:00 AM - 10:25:00 AM - Auditorium
Be a Classroom Hero with OneNote Class Notebook!
Calling all teachers who are searching for an easy way to share content, engage students in collaboration, and assess individual student work almost effortlessly! In this session, you will learn how to set up a Class Notebook, share content, build collaborative environments, and more!
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Presenter: Danielle Olson, Microsoft, danielle.vogel@usmie.com

 

Sessions

9:35:00 AM - 10:25:00 AM - Library D
Digital Literacy Across the Curriculum
In this session, participants will be guided through a resource in whick they analyze the levels of embedded digital literacy in many popular virtual resource repositories.
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Presenter: Marcus Stein, AXI Education Solutions, marcus@axiedu.com

 

Sessions

9:35:00 AM - 10:25:00 AM - Rm. 4202
Digital Portfolios Made with Seesaw
Learn ways to use Seesaw to assist your students in creating student-driven portfolios. Students create work then: photo, post, share, and comment.
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Presenter: Jo Ann Mayo, LeBleu Settlement, joann.mayo@cpsb.org

 

Sessions

9:35:00 AM - 10:25:00 AM - Rm. 4201
Do You Sway?
Does your newsletter or presentation need a reboot? Microsoft Sway may be the reboot you are looking for. Let me show you how to make those newsletters and presentations interactive and dynamic.
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Presenter: Angela Kiser, Technology Training Center, angela.kiser@cpsb.org

 

Sessions

9:35:00 AM - 10:25:00 AM - Library B
Engaging Learners with iPad
Learn innovative teaching strategies for personalizing learning and improving student engagement with iPad. Explore built-in features and apps to support STEM, reading, writing, listening, and speaking.
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Presenter: Jana Hart, Apple Inc., jana_hart@apple.com

 

Sessions

9:35:00 AM - 10:25:00 AM - Rm. 4207
Grant Writing and Current Grant Offers Along with Symbaloo
This session provides information regarding current grants in science and technology; STEM oriented grants, writing etiquette, and Symbaloo- how to organize content and engage students in a safe environment.
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Presenter: Melissa Cox, Barbe High School, melissa.cox@cpsb.org
CoPresenter(s): Jeanne Lejeune

 

Sessions

9:35:00 AM - 10:25:00 AM - Rm. 4203
Interactive Reading Lessons With Nearpod
Motivate and engage your students with your reading lessons while using a fun and hands-on digital tool - Nearpod!
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Presenter: Lacey Blocker, Maplewood Middle School, lacey.blocker@cpsb.org

 

Sessions

9:35:00 AM - 10:25:00 AM - Rm. 4206
Kami - Leveling the Playing Field for All
Make learning accessible to all learners through the use of this free or paid application that allows teachers and students to annotate, utilize speech-to-text, text-to-speech, and so much more!
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Presenter: Laurie Duhon, Jefferson Davis Parish School Board, laurie.duhon@jdpsbk12.org
CoPresenter(s): Staycle Duplichan

 

Sessions

9:35:00 AM - 10:25:00 AM - Rm. 4205
Little Known Office Facts to Work Smarter!
Learn “little known facts” about different applications in Microsoft Office that will help you work smarter, not harder!
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Presenter: Phyllis Derise, CPSB Technology Department, phyllis.derise@cpsb.org
CoPresenter(s): Yvette Ardoin

 

Sessions

9:35:00 AM - 10:25:00 AM - Rm. 4113
Science, Social Studies, English and Math, Oh My!
How to create interesting , innovative, interactive , interdisciplinary lessons with tech tools and imagination
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Presenter: Laura Billings, ITECH teacher, laura.billings@cpsb.org

 

Sessions

9:35:00 AM - 10:25:00 AM - Rm. 4208
Tech Tools and Strategies in the High School Science Classroom
Learn all about effective tech tools and strategies from apps, websites, and tech tips to make learning relevant in a problem-based science classroom.
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Presenter: Kim Holmes, Sulphur High School 9th, kim.holmes@cpsb.org

 

Sessions

9:35:00 AM - 10:25:00 AM - Rm. 4204
Tech Tools for Formative Assessment
Engage and Encourage students in real-time to Experience learning. Teachers can learn to use technology for Formative Assessments that provide the evidence of learning and motivates students to meet their leaning goals.
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Presenter: Dr. Suresh Chiruguru, LaGrange High, suresh.chiruguru@cpsb.org

 

Sessions

9:35:00 AM - 10:25:00 AM - Library C
Top 10 Tech Tools in the Elementary Classroom
In this session, you will learn our 10 favorite technology tools that we have used in our classrooms.
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Presenter: Ashley Guillory, Maplewood Elementary, ashley.guillory@cpsb.org
CoPresenter(s): Kristie Shaw

 

Sessions

9:35:00 AM - 10:25:00 AM - Library A
You have all those digital resources, now what?
ClassLink provides secure digital access anywhere, anytime, any-device for all users, to all applications with ONE login. ClassLink increases usage, driving successful technology implementations and successful outcomes.
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Presenter: Colleen Hess-Dunn, ClassLink, chessdunn@classlink.com

 

Sessions

10:30:00 AM - 11:20:00 AM - Rm. 4202
3 aps that you and your students will LOVE!
Quizizz, Epic, and Nearpod are free aps that are an engaging way to get your class thinking, collaborating, and excited about learning!
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Presenter: Staci Widcamp, Gillis Elementary School, staci.widcamp@cpsb.org

 

Sessions

10:30:00 AM - 11:20:00 AM - Rm. 4204
A Student Driven Classroom in a Technology Driven World.
Come learn how to use fun technology in your classroom while giving your students a say in their education and maintaining a great level of classroom management!
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Presenter: Miranda Cole, Prien Lake Elementary, miranda.cole@cpsb.org

 

Sessions

10:30:00 AM - 11:20:00 AM - Rm. 4207
Amazing Tech Resources!
Participants will learn about some excellent tech resources for students and teachers.
Type:
Presenter: Rekha Sharma, LaGrange High, rekha.sharma@cpsb.org
CoPresenter(s): Shiv Kumar

 

Sessions

10:30:00 AM - 11:20:00 AM - Rm. 4208
BrainPOP Educators
Go behind the scenes with BrainPOP. Take a look at how at how BrainPOP Educators offers an array of lesson plans, training opportunities, and video tutorials.
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Presenter: Katie Governale, Dolby, katie.governale@cpsb.org
CoPresenter(s): Tyffani Granger

 

Sessions

10:30:00 AM - 11:20:00 AM - Library A
Connecting World Book to your Curriculum Needs
World Book Online is a suite of online research tools that include encyclopedia articles, primary source collections, educator tools, student activities, pictures, audio, and video, complemented by current periodicals and related Web sites.
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Presenter: Tanya Bares, World Book, Inc., tanya.bares@worldbook.com

 

Sessions

10:30:00 AM - 11:20:00 AM - Library B
Create with iPad and Apple Apps
Join us for a hands-on journey with powerful creation apps that allow all students to explore, communicate, and create in new and powerful ways.
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Presenter: Jana Hart, Apple, Inc., jana_hart@apple.com

 

Sessions

10:30:00 AM - 11:20:00 AM - Rm. 4111
Creating Your Own Digital Breakout/Escape Room
In this session, you will learn what a digital breakout/escape room is, the benefits of creating them, and step by step directions for creating a digital breakout. This is a great way to engage students in learning.
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Presenter: Pam Nicholson, Calcasieu Parish School District, pam.nicholson@cpsb.org

 

Sessions

10:30:00 AM - 11:20:00 AM - Library D
HoverCam Pilot...The Podium, Digitally Reimagined!
Our newest addition to the ActivClassroom is here! The HoverCam Pilot 3 is an all-in-one digital podium which allows you to teach from anywhere in your classroom and still have access to all of the essential educational technology tools that keep learner engaged.
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Presenter: Kelli Deranger, AXI Education Solutions, kelli@axiedu.com

 

Sessions

10:30:00 AM - 11:20:00 AM - Rm. 4206
Latest Assessment News
See what the "oldies but goodies" assessment apps have to offer. Get informed about the latest features in formative assessment apps.
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Presenter: Georgia Broussard, Sulphur High, georgia.broussard@cpsb.org

 

Sessions

10:30:00 AM - 11:20:00 AM - Auditorium
Let's Talk About Access, Baby!
In this session, you will experience how FREE tools like Immersive Reader, Office Lens, Microsoft Translator, and others make it easy to provide learning materials that are accessible for all students.
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Presenter: Danielle Olson, Microsoft, danielle.vogel@usmie.com

 

Sessions

10:30:00 AM - 11:20:00 AM - Rm. 4205
Microsoft's Class Notebook
Put the Class Notebook to work for you! Learn about Microsoft's Class Notebook and how to set one up.
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Presenter: Lisa Juneau, Technology Training Center, lisa.juneau@cpsb.org

 

Sessions

10:30:00 AM - 11:20:00 AM - Rm. 4113
Rejuvenating STEM With Video Game Design
Learn how to easily incorporate video game design into your STEM or enrichment classroom.
Type:
Presenter: William Maricle, FK White Middle School, william.maricle@cpsb.org

 

Sessions

10:30:00 AM - 11:20:00 AM - Rm. 4112
Teacher Tech Tools
This session provides an intro to some very useful teacher tools for your classroom and sanity! Teacher Aide Pro/Classroom Screen/AirscreenPro
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Presenter: Blaire Derouen, Barbe High School, Blaire.derouen@cpsb.org
CoPresenter(s): Lexie Griggs

 

Sessions

10:30:00 AM - 11:20:00 AM - Library C
Top Must-Have Technology to Use in an Elementary Classroom!
This session will show you some new and updated apps and sites that you can use in your classroom to engage your students in all subjects.
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Presenter: Misty Savario, Prien Lake Elementary, misty.savario@cpsb.org

 

Sessions

10:30:00 AM - 11:20:00 AM - Rm. 4203
Using Blackboard to Simplify your Work Load
Learn how to use Blackboard to incorporate tools to make life easier: assignments read aloud for you, test graded for you, etc.…
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Presenter: Sherry Dattola, Vinton Middle School, sherry.dattola@cpsb.org

 

Sessions

10:30:00 AM - 11:20:00 AM - Rm. 4201
What the Calcasieu Parish Public Library can do for you!
A representative from the Calcasieu Parish Public Library will share information about current library resources.
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Presenter: Chandra Becton, Calcasieu Parish Public Library, cbecton@calcasieulibrary.org

 

Sessions

12:10:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM - Rm. 4201
BreakOut of Your Routine
Learn how an ELA and a Foreign Language teacher use digital breakouts in OneNote and Google Sites to engage students and assess learning, as you try to break out of the session.
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Presenter: Mary Villaume, St. Louis Catholic High School, mvillaume@slchs.org
CoPresenter(s): Holley Fontenot

 

Sessions

12:10:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM - Rm. 4203
Build a Webpage with MS Word and create an APP
Learn how to create a webpage using MS Word and how to create an APP.
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Presenter: A. Marier Piper, LaGrange High School, marier.piper@cpsb.org

 

Sessions

12:10:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM - Auditorium
Class Notebook & Assessment: A Match Made in Microsoft Heaven
Learn how Class Notebook makes collecting and assessing student work a breeze, allows for immediate feedback, and saves you and your students valuable time for experiencing learning.
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Presenter: Danielle Olson, Microsoft, danielle.vogel@usmie.com

 

Sessions

12:10:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM - Rm. 4206
Coding Aligned with the Louisiana Student Standards
Not sure if coding can be aligned with the Louisiana Student Standards? This session will demonstrate how coding lessons can be aligned with the Louisiana Student Standards.
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Presenter: Phyllis Arndt, Pearl Watson Elementary School, phyllis.arndt@cpsb.org

 

Sessions

12:10:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM - Rm. 4207
CPSB Digital Media Resources
CPSB pays for many resources that are available for parents, students and teachers to use at school and home. This session will highlight how to use Destiny, Teaching Books, TumblePremium, and World Book Online.
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Presenter: Margaret(Meg) Arrant, Western Heights Elementary, margaret.arrant@cpsb.org

 

Sessions

12:10:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM - Rm. 4202
Creating a Classroom Playground with Seesaw
Attendees will learn about Seesaw, a digital portfolio that allows students to share their classwork and daily classroom life with families.
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Presenter: Kristie Shaw, Maplewood Elementary, kristie.shaw@cpsb.org
CoPresenter(s): Ashley Guillory

 

Sessions

12:10:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM - Library A
Get Future Ready with Nearpod
In this session, participants will explore how to give all students a voice through Nearpod's award-winning software that combines interactive activities, formative assessments and real-time feedback. We'll explore examples of K-12 ready-to-teach Future
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Presenter: Angela Daly, Nearpod, angelad@nearpod.com

 

Sessions

12:10:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM - Library B
iPad Accessibility Tools or Diverse Learners
Explore the customizable built-in accessibility features to help ALL learners succeed with iPad.
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Presenter: Jana Hart, Apple, Inc., jana_hart@apple.com

 

Sessions

12:10:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM - Library D
Making a Start with ClassFlow
This session will demonstrate how to get started with ClassFlow. Teachers will learn how to navigate the ClassFlow website and add their existing material to their ClassFlow Resources. Additionally, teachers will learn how to use Class Flow's polling fe
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Presenter: Marcus Stein, AXI Education Solutions, marcus@axiedu.com

 

Sessions

12:10:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM - Rm. 4113
Math and Technology
Come join our math fun and learn new ways to get students excited for math! We will be showing different math online games, apps, and programs to keep your students engaged and excited about Math.
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Presenter: Ashley Mier, R.W. Vincent, ashley.mier@cpsb.org
CoPresenter(s): Felicia Morris, Staci Johnson

 

Sessions

12:10:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM - Rm. 4205
OneNote, Great!! Now How Can I Use It?
This session will demonstrate how to utilize One Note for PLCs, personal usage, and well as how to utilize a One Note Classroom Journal.
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Presenter: Marketta Parker, Sulphur High, marketta.parker@cpsb.org

 

Sessions

12:10:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM - Rm. 4208
Roadmap to Project Based Learning with Workbench
Is Project Based Learning in your classroom too hard? Come see how Workbench can make these activities easy and teacher friendly.
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Presenter: Michael Romine, Jennings Elementary, michael.romine@jdpsbk12.org

 

Sessions

12:10:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM - Rm. 4111
Swivl-mania
Have students that miss class? Want to capture the moment without re-teaching? Swivl and Recap are for you!
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Presenter: Terri Simpson, Maplewood Middle School, terri.simpson@cpsb.org

 

Sessions

12:10:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM - Rm. 4204
Teach with Tech
Participants will gain various digital resources with paperless possibilities to use in daily instruction. Please bring an iPad to session.
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Presenter: Lisa Moore, Pearl Watson Elementary, lisa.moore@cpsb.org
CoPresenter(s): Lisa Delphin, Sheila Slaughter

 

Sessions

12:10:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM - Library C
Using Tech to Improve Parent Involvement
Let's talk about ways to use your Blackboard and other ideas to help your parents feel connected.
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Presenter: Leslie McFarland, W. T. Henning Elementary, leslie.mcfarland@cpsb.org
CoPresenter(s): Amanda Huguley

 

Sessions

12:10:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM - Rm. 4112
Using Technology to Guide Student Learning
Use Symbaloo Learning Paths to guide students through a lesson. Great for student absences and RTI.
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Presenter: Jeanne Lejeune, Sulphur High, jeanne.lejeune@cpsb.org

 

Exhibitors

Aerohive Networks

ALL In Learning

AXI Education Solutions

Bitdefender

Blackboard Inc.

Calcasieu Association of Educators

Calcasieu Parish Public Library

ClassLink

Dell

DETEL Computer Solutions

Lightspeed Technologies

McNeese State University

Microsoft

Nearpod

Troxell

Virco

World Book, Inc.

Schedule

Schedule at a Glance

7:30-8:00 Registration/Vendor Booths
8:05-8:55 Sessions
9:00-9:30 Vendor Booths
9:35-10:25 Sessions
10:30-11:20 Sessions
11:25-12:05 Luncheon/Exhibits
12:10-1:00 Sessions
1:05-1:50 Evaluations/Door Prizes

All of this session descriptions can be found on the TNT Mobile web app.

Be sure to complete the evaluation. It will need to be turned in at the closing in order to receive a certificate.

During this conference, you can connect your personal mobile devices to CPSB’s wireless network. Just select TNT from the list of available wireless networks. (No username or password required during TNT)

 

 

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