TNT 2019

Sessions

8:05 am - 8:55 am

Evaluation

8:05 AM - 8:55 AM - Rm. 808
Are you going on a Goose Chase?, Katie Governale, Calcasieu/Dolby

8:05 AM - 8:55 AM - Rm. 805
Attention in the Foreign Language Classroom!, Gabrielle Myers, Gillis Elementary

8:05 AM - 8:55 AM - Rm. 402
Bringing STEAM into the Classrooms, Ashley Mier, R.W. Vincent Elementary

8:05 AM - 8:55 AM - Rm. 856
Class Notebook for Monday, Marielle Myers, Sulphur High 9th/ Science Department

8:05 AM - 8:55 AM - Rm. 806
Covering Your PRs Using Forms & JCampus, Lexie Griggs, Barbe High

8:05 AM - 8:55 AM - Rm. 851
CANCELLED - Get your FREE Passport to Learning with Skype in the Classroom, Melanie LeJeune, St. Louis Catholic High School

8:05 AM - 8:55 AM - Rm. 852
Inspiring Learners with Nearpod, Tasha LeBleu, Lebleu Settlement Elementary

8:05 AM - 8:55 AM - Rm. 405
Introduction to Minecraft Education Edition, Charity Nix, NCCE

8:05 AM - 8:55 AM - Rm. 854
Lights! Camera! APPtion!, Hope Myers, Maplewood Middle School

8:05 AM - 8:55 AM - Rm. 804
Our Top Tech Tools, Katie Trahan, Cypress Cove

8:05 AM - 8:55 AM - Rm. 853
SeeSaw in the Classroom, Staci Widcamp, Gillis

8:05 AM - 8:55 AM - Rm. 807
Stay Inspired! NEW ActivInspire Updates - August 2019, Kelli Deranger, AXI Education Solutions

8:05 AM - 8:55 AM - Rm. 858
CANCELLED - Step-by-Step to Organize your OneDrive and Mark Up, Andrea Arroyo, Cypress Cove Elementary

8:05 AM - 8:55 AM - Rm. 855
Tips & Tricks: Using EdCite for Assessments, Katelyn Reulet, RW Vincent Elementary School

8:05 AM - 8:55 AM - Rm. 809
What's new with Blackboard Learn, O’Neal Chris, Blackboard

9:35 am - 10:25 am

Evaluation

9:35 AM - 10:25 AM - Rm. 402
20 Office 365 Teacher Tech Tips, Meredith Boullion, CPSB

9:35 AM - 10:25 AM - Rm. 806
Beyond Flipgrid 101, Danielle Olson,

9:35 AM - 10:25 AM - Rm. 858
Engage and Assess in the 21st Century, Lacey Blocker, Maplewood Middle School

9:35 AM - 10:25 AM - Rm. 855
Formative on the Fly, Georgia Broussard, Sulphur High Science

9:35 AM - 10:25 AM - Rm. 805
Get 'Em Engaged 2.0, Dustin Hebert, Louisiana Tech University

9:35 AM - 10:25 AM - Rm. 808
Let's Explore Blackboard, Leslie McFarland, W. T. Henning Elementary

9:35 AM - 10:25 AM - Rm. 405
Minecraft in Any Classroom, Charity Nix, NCCE

9:35 AM - 10:25 AM - Rm. 853
Seesaw Digital Portfolio Updates and New Features, Lova Moreno, Henry Heights Elementary

9:35 AM - 10:25 AM - Rm. 807
Techie Teacher Tips, Jo Ann Mayo, LeBleu Settlement

9:35 AM - 10:25 AM - Rm. 852
Technology Tips & Tricks to Simplify Your Classroom, Miranda Cole, Prien Lake Elementary

9:35 AM - 10:25 AM - Rm. 856
There's a Form for That!, Jeanne Lejeune, Sulphur High

9:35 AM - 10:25 AM - Rm. 809
Tools For Teaching with iPad, Jana Hart, Apple, Inc.

9:35 AM - 10:25 AM - Rm. 851
Ultimate Crash Course to an Effective and Engaging Techie Classroom!, Misty Savario, Prien Lake Elementary

9:35 AM - 10:25 AM - Rm. 854
Ultimately Formed, Terri Simpson, Maplewood Middle School

9:35 AM - 10:25 AM - Rm. 804
What the Calcasieu Parish Public Library Can Do For You!, Chandra Becton, Calcasieu Parish Public Library

10:30 am - 11:20 am

Evaluation

10:30 AM - 11:20 AM - Rm. 809
Bring Augmented Reality To Your Classroom with iPad, Jana Hart, Apple, Inc.

10:30 AM - 11:20 AM - Rm. 858
Coding in Early Elementary, Carolyn Primeaux, Prien Lake Elementary

10:30 AM - 11:20 AM - Rm. 804
Connecting World Book to Your School Community, Tanya Bares, World Book, Inc.

10:30 AM - 11:20 AM - Rm. 851
Creativity with Class: Using Apps to Make your Class Stand Out, D'nea Stanley, SP Arnett Middle School

10:30 AM - 11:20 AM - Rm. 402
Engaged Students = “Appy” Teachers, Dana McGee, CPSB Technology Training Center

10:30 AM - 11:20 AM - Rm. 806
Flipgrid 101: Catch the #FlipgridFever, Danielle Olson,

10:30 AM - 11:20 AM - Rm. 853
Formative Assessment Tools, Eloise Pruitt, Alfred M. Barbe High School

10:30 AM - 11:20 AM - Rm. 856
Infographics, iMovie, PowerPoint Oh My!, Laura Billings, Sulphur High School

10:30 AM - 11:20 AM - Rm. 805
Maximize Your Time with ClassLink!, Elizabeth Perrin, ClassLink

10:30 AM - 11:20 AM - Rm. 854
Pear Deck Integration, Mary Villaume, St. Louis Catholic High School

10:30 AM - 11:20 AM - Rm. 808
Scavenger Hunts for the Classes, Go on a GooseChase!, Megan Treme, Dolby Elementary

10:30 AM - 11:20 AM - Rm. 807
The NEW Promethean ActivPanel - No Computer Needed!, Kelli Deranger, AXI Education Solutions

10:30 AM - 11:20 AM - Rm. 855
Top Tech Tools for Formative Assessment, Shiv Kumar, LaGrange High

10:30 AM - 11:20 AM - Rm. 852
Using Technology to Promote Community in the Classroom, Marketta Parker, Sulphur High

12:10 pm - 1:00 pm

Evaluation

12:10 PM - 1 PM - Rm. 808
Classkick, Lauren Anderson, Dolby Elementary

12:10 PM - 1 PM - Rm. 804
Don’t Get Faked Out by the News, Susan Gauthier, East Baton Rouge Parish Schools

12:10 PM - 1 PM - Rm. 809
Let's Get Personal! AT Tools That Provide Personalized Learning for ALL Students., MaryBeth Sonnier, TTC

12:10 PM - 1 PM - Rm. 851
Microsoft Notebooks for You and Your Students, LeeAnn Reon, MJ Kaufman

12:10 PM - 1 PM - Rm. 858
Monitor Students on Laptops With This Free Service, Allyson Turner, LeBlanc Middle School

12:10 PM - 1 PM - Rm. 402
One and Done: What To Do With One iPad., Mary Sneddon, LaGrange High School

12:10 PM - 1 PM - Rm. 856
Quick and Easy Screen Recording Videos using Microsoft PowerPoint, Kim Holmes, Sulphur High School 9th Grade

12:10 PM - 1 PM - Rm. 855
Tech Tips and Tricks, Ashleigh Schulz, Moss Bluff Elementary

12:10 PM - 1 PM - Rm. 853
Technology Tools for the Soul, Lisa Moore, Pearl Watson Elementary

12:10 PM - 1 PM - Rm. 807
The Quickest Rundown of the Coolest Resources!, Blaire Derouen, Barbe high

12:10 PM - 1 PM - Rm. 806
Tips, Tricks, & Shortcuts for iPad Beginners, Jessica McInnis, Prien Lake Elementary

12:10 PM - 1 PM - Rm. 852
Unleash Student Creativity with Seesaw, Kristie Shaw, Maplewood Elementary

12:10 PM - 1 PM - Rm. 405
Using Minecraft to Teach Science Research, Meg Arrant, Western Heights Elementary

12:10 PM - 1 PM - Rm. 854
Using Nearpod to Diversify Learning, Melissa Cox, A.M. Barbe High School

12:10 PM - 1 PM - Rm. 805
Windows 10 Extras You Didn't Know About!, Michelle Farque, Moss Bluff Elementary

Evaluations

Please take a moment to evaluate each session. At the end of the evaluation for session 4, you will have the opportunity to submit your name to be eligible for the drawing for an iPad.

  • Session 1 - 8:05-8:55
  • Session 2 - 9:35-10:25
  • Session 3 - 10:30-11:20
  • Session 4 - 12:10-1:00
  • Sessions

    8:05:00 AM - 8:55:00 AM - Rm. 808
    Are you going on a Goose Chase?
    Students will go on a mission to find answers about their content. Students work in teams and earn points completing various tasks using the iPad.
    Type:
    Presenter: Katie Governale, Calcasieu/Dolby, katie.governale@cpsb.org
    CoPresenter(s): Megan Treme

     

    Sessions

    8:05:00 AM - 8:55:00 AM - Rm. 805
    Attention in the Foreign Language Classroom!
    Tips, tricks, and tools to help foreign language instruction and engagement in the classroom.
    Type:
    Presenter: Gabrielle Myers, Gillis Elementary, gabrielle.myers@cpsb.org

     

    Sessions

    8:05:00 AM - 8:55:00 AM - Rm. 402
    Bringing STEAM into the Classrooms
    Want to bring some STEAM into your classroom? Come learn how Adobe Spark and iMovie can be incorporated into your daily lessons and STEAM Clubs.
    Type:
    Presenter: Ashley Mier, R.W. Vincent Elementary, ashley.mier@cpsb.org

     

    Sessions

    8:05:00 AM - 8:55:00 AM - Rm. 856
    Class Notebook for Monday
    Comfortable with Office 365? Ready to create a OneNote Class Notebook to use in class Monday? Don’t be slacken, bring your laptop and join me to make it happen!
    Type:
    Presenter: Marielle Myers, Sulphur High 9th/ Science Department, marielle.myers@cpsb.org

     

    Sessions

    8:05:00 AM - 8:55:00 AM - Rm. 806
    Covering Your PRs Using Forms & JCampus
    How to efficiently use Microsoft Forms and JCampus to document PR components.
    Type:
    Presenter: Lexie Griggs, Barbe High, lexie.griggs@cpsb.org

     

    Sessions

    8:05:00 AM - 8:55:00 AM - Rm. 851
    Get your FREE Passport to Learning with Skype in the Classroom
    Connect your library or classroom to amazing learning experiences through FREE Skype in the Classroom activities & virtual field trips. Invite an author, explore a museum, speak with an expert about careers, participate in service learning activities, al
    Type:
    Presenter: Melanie LeJeune, St. Louis Catholic High School, mlejeune@slchs.org

     

    Sessions

    8:05:00 AM - 8:55:00 AM - Rm. 852
    Inspiring Learners with Nearpod
    Fun and exciting ways to use Nearpod to inspire and engage all learners in the classroom!
    Type:
    Presenter: Tasha LeBleu, Lebleu Settlement Elementary, Tasha.lebleu@cpsb.org
    CoPresenter(s): Kristie Shaw

     

    Sessions

    8:05:00 AM - 8:55:00 AM - Rm. 405
    Introduction to Minecraft Education Edition
    This session will guide educators in the very beginning of their Minecraft experience. Educators will leave this hands-on experience with basic knowledge of Minecraft for single-player experiences.
    Type:
    Presenter: Charity Nix, NCCE, cnix@ncce.org

     

    Sessions

    8:05:00 AM - 8:55:00 AM - Rm. 854
    Lights! Camera! APPtion!
    Come learn about a few apps that will transform your classroom to a student-centered classroom that aligns with the state standards.
    Type:
    Presenter: Hope Myers, Maplewood Middle School, hope.myers@cpsb.org
    CoPresenter(s): Terri Simpson

     

    Sessions

    8:05:00 AM - 8:55:00 AM - Rm. 804
    Our Top Tech Tools
    Let us share some of our favorite websites, apps, and technology tools that span across content areas.
    Type:
    Presenter: Katie Trahan, Cypress Cove, katie.trahan@cpsb.org
    CoPresenter(s): Summer Royer, Bethany Parker

     

    Sessions

    8:05:00 AM - 8:55:00 AM - Rm. 853
    SeeSaw in the Classroom
    Use Seesaw to get inspiration and ideas for your classroom, encourage student reflection of learning, and get parents involved
    Type:
    Presenter: Staci Widcamp, Gillis, staci.widcamp@cpsb.org

     

    Sessions

    8:05:00 AM - 8:55:00 AM - Rm. 807
    Stay Inspired! NEW ActivInspire Updates - August 2019
    ActivInspire finally received an update, and we can’t wait to share it with you! Join AXI to learn about the new Teacher Dashboard and new interactive activities that have been added to the engaging software that you already know and love.
    Type:
    Presenter: Kelli Deranger, AXI Education Solutions, kelli@axiedu.com

     

    Sessions

    8:05:00 AM - 8:55:00 AM - Rm. 858
    Step-by-Step to Organize your OneDrive and Mark Up
    Step-by-steps to learn how to file, download, sync and organize lessons in OneDrive, save from Blackboard to OneDrive, and Mark up using iPad App.
    Type:
    Presenter: Andrea Arroyo, Cypress Cove Elementary, andrea.arroyo@cpsb.org

     

    Sessions

    8:05:00 AM - 8:55:00 AM - Rm. 855
    Tips & Tricks: Using EdCite for Assessments
    Edcite is a web-based assessment platform that enables teachers to create high-quality, customizable content to meet the needs of their students.
    Type:
    Presenter: Katelyn Reulet, RW Vincent Elementary School, katelyn.reulet@cpsb.org
    CoPresenter(s): Julie Portie

     

    Sessions

    8:05:00 AM - 8:55:00 AM - Rm. 809
    What's new with Blackboard Learn
    An informal discussion regarding new tools and upcoming roadmap items and features in Blackboard Learn.
    Type:
    Presenter: O’Neal Chris, Blackboard, chris.oneal@blackboard.com

     

    Sessions

    9:35:00 AM - 10:25:00 AM - Rm. 402
    20 Office 365 Teacher Tech Tips
    Office 365 can be a powerful teaching assistant. This session will share at least 20 tips to help teachers.
    Type:
    Presenter: Meredith Boullion, CPSB, meredith.boullion@cpsb.org

     

    Sessions

    9:35:00 AM - 10:25:00 AM - Rm. 806
    Beyond Flipgrid 101
    You've already caught #FlipgridFever and now you're looking for new ways to integrate #StudentVoice in your classroom. This session will showcase innovative ways educators are using Flipgrid in their classrooms. You will learn how to create a #Fliphunt, create a Community Grid to include parents and community members in your learning adventures, and more.
    Type:
    Presenter: Danielle Olson, , danielle.vogel@usmie.com

     

    Sessions

    9:35:00 AM - 10:25:00 AM - Rm. 858
    Engage and Assess in the 21st Century
    Use a variety of technology tools to engage and assess students in the 21st century classroom. Leave this session with examples and ideas for incorporating into any curriculum.
    Type:
    Presenter: Lacey Blocker, Maplewood Middle School, Lacey.blocker@cpsb.org

     

    Sessions

    9:35:00 AM - 10:25:00 AM - Rm. 855
    Formative on the Fly
    Discover tools and apps that can make formative assessment quick and easy!
    Type:
    Presenter: Georgia Broussard, Sulphur High Science, georgia.broussard@cpsb.org

     

    Sessions

    9:35:00 AM - 10:25:00 AM - Rm. 805
    Get 'Em Engaged 2.0
    Calling all novice techies! BYOD to experiment with several simple, free apps and other Web tools to engage students.
    Type:
    Presenter: Dustin Hebert, Louisiana Tech University, hebertd@latech.edu

     

    Sessions

    9:35:00 AM - 10:25:00 AM - Rm. 808
    Let's Explore Blackboard
    Tips and tricks to managing and sprucing up your Blackboard site.
    Type:
    Presenter: Leslie McFarland, W. T. Henning Elementary, leslie.mcfarland@cpsb.org
    CoPresenter(s): Amanda Huguley

     

    Sessions

    9:35:00 AM - 10:25:00 AM - Rm. 405
    Minecraft in Any Classroom
    Minecraft is applicable in all curricular areas. In this session participants will explore lesson plans and resources for all classrooms.
    Type:
    Presenter: Charity Nix, NCCE, cnix@ncce.org

     

    Sessions

    9:35:00 AM - 10:25:00 AM - Rm. 853
    Seesaw Digital Portfolio Updates and New Features
    See the new updates and features just released this summer to use with Seesaw in your classroom!
    Type:
    Presenter: Lova Moreno, Henry Heights Elementary, lova.moreno@cpsb.org

     

    Sessions

    9:35:00 AM - 10:25:00 AM - Rm. 807
    Techie Teacher Tips
    Using J Campus to make mail merges like Labels, chart-books, and rosters. Use PowerPoint to create the perfect screen savers.
    Type:
    Presenter: Jo Ann Mayo, LeBleu Settlement, joann.mayo@cpsb.org

     

    Sessions

    9:35:00 AM - 10:25:00 AM - Rm. 852
    Technology Tips & Tricks to Simplify Your Classroom
    Want to know how technology can make your life easier in the classroom? Let me show you tips for management and curriculum needs!
    Type:
    Presenter: Miranda Cole, Prien Lake Elementary, miranda.cole@cpsb.org

     

    Sessions

    9:35:00 AM - 10:25:00 AM - Rm. 856
    There's a Form for That!
    Using Microsoft Forms has lightened my load and reduced my stress. I have used it for surveys, quizzes, and for my question of the day
    Type:
    Presenter: Jeanne Lejeune, Sulphur High, jeanne.lejeune@cpsb.org

     

    Sessions

    9:35:00 AM - 10:25:00 AM - Rm. 809
    Tools For Teaching with iPad
    Join us to learn how educators use iPad to create and deliver engaging learning experiences. Learn how iPad can help learners connect with content, demonstrate learning, and express creativity through built in apps and tools. Discover new resources to personalize learning and help students of all learning styles grasp challenging concepts.
    Type:
    Presenter: Jana Hart, Apple, Inc., jana_hart@apple.com

     

    Sessions

    9:35:00 AM - 10:25:00 AM - Rm. 851
    Ultimate Crash Course to an Effective and Engaging Techie Classroom!
    You will learn how to implement a variety of technology that you can use to effectively teach your students everyday in your classroom.
    Type:
    Presenter: Misty Savario, Prien Lake Elementary, misty.savario@cpsb.org

     

    Sessions

    9:35:00 AM - 10:25:00 AM - Rm. 854
    Ultimately Formed
    Use MS Forms to manage and organize your student data for both summative and formative assessment and data driven instruction
    Type:
    Presenter: Terri Simpson, Maplewood Middle School, terri.simpson@cpsb.org
    CoPresenter(s): Hope Myers

     

    Sessions

    9:35:00 AM - 10:25:00 AM - Rm. 804
    What the Calcasieu Parish Public Library Can Do For You!
    This presentation will highlight library resources that are available to the public.
    Type:
    Presenter: Chandra Becton, Calcasieu Parish Public Library, cbecton@calcasieulibrary.org

     

    Sessions

    10:30:00 AM - 11:20:00 AM - Rm. 809
    Bring Augmented Reality To Your Classroom with iPad
    A hands-on experience to demonstrate powerful AR apps that let students connect their learning to the world in new ways.
    Type:
    Presenter: Jana Hart, Apple, Inc., jana_hart@apple.com

     

    Sessions

    10:30:00 AM - 11:20:00 AM - Rm. 858
    Coding in Early Elementary
    In this session you will learn about what can be used to introduce coding to early elementary students.
    Type:
    Presenter: Carolyn Primeaux, Prien Lake Elementary, carolyn.primeaux@cpsb.org

     

    Sessions

    10:30:00 AM - 11:20:00 AM - Rm. 804
    Connecting World Book to Your School Community
    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 websites. This is a digi
    Type:
    Presenter: Tanya Bares, World Book, Inc., tanya.bares@worldbook.com

     

    Sessions

    10:30:00 AM - 11:20:00 AM - Rm. 851
    Creativity with Class: Using Apps to Make your Class Stand Out
    Sometimes a great lesson just needs something extra. This session will give you ideas to spruce up your lessons and help make student learning memorable.
    Type:
    Presenter: D'nea Stanley, SP Arnett Middle School, dnea.stanley@cpsb.org

     

    Sessions

    10:30:00 AM - 11:20:00 AM - Rm. 402
    Engaged Students = “Appy” Teachers
    In this session, you will learn about some great iPad apps that will keep your students engaged in learning. Put your thinking caps on as you discover ways that you can use these resources to align your centers and activities to your curriculum.
    Type:
    Presenter: Dana McGee, CPSB Technology Training Center, dana.mcgee@cpsb.org

     

    Sessions

    10:30:00 AM - 11:20:00 AM - Rm. 806
    Flipgrid 101: Catch the #FlipgridFever
    Have you caught #FlipgridFever yet? Flipgid is a video discussion platform that allows students to take ownership of their learning and amplify #StudentVoice. You will leave this interactive session with the tools you need to begin using Flipgrid in your classroom.
    Type:
    Presenter: Danielle Olson, , danielle.vogel@usmie.com

     

    Sessions

    10:30:00 AM - 11:20:00 AM - Rm. 853
    Formative Assessment Tools
    Cover apps ranging from Quizlet Live, Quizizz, GimKit, Kahoot, Socrative to Microsoft Forms.
    Type:
    Presenter: Eloise Pruitt, Alfred M. Barbe High School, Kathryn.pruitt@cpsb.org

     

    Sessions

    10:30:00 AM - 11:20:00 AM - Rm. 856
    Infographics, iMovie, PowerPoint Oh My!
    Trying to think of creative Summative Assessments for your students. In this session we will review alternatives to the traditional multiple choice test. Students will be more creative and engaged.
    Type:
    Presenter: Laura Billings, Sulphur High School, laura.billings@cpsb.org

     

    Sessions

    10:30:00 AM - 11:20:00 AM - Rm. 805
    Maximize Your Time with ClassLink!
    Are you frustrated with all the different logins that you have for the applications that you use daily? Come learn how ClassLink can ease your frustrations and reclaim precious time in your day. Go ahead and tear up that list of passwords that you have hi
    Type:
    Presenter: Elizabeth Perrin, ClassLink, elizabeth@classlink.com

     

    Sessions

    10:30:00 AM - 11:20:00 AM - Rm. 854
    Pear Deck Integration
    Learn how a world language teacher uses Pear Deck integrated with PowerPoint to create interactive and engaging lessons that contain formative assessments.
    Type:
    Presenter: Mary Villaume, St. Louis Catholic High School, mvillaume@slchs.org

     

    Sessions

    10:30:00 AM - 11:20:00 AM - Rm. 808
    Scavenger Hunts for the Classes, Go on a GooseChase!
    GooseChase is a platform that helps you organize your curriculum material into an engaging scavenger hunt experience.
    Type:
    Presenter: Megan Treme, Dolby Elementary, megan.treme@cpsb.org
    CoPresenter(s): Katie Governale

     

    Sessions

    10:30:00 AM - 11:20:00 AM - Rm. 807
    The NEW Promethean ActivPanel - No Computer Needed!
    Promethean’s latest Version 7 ActivPanel Titanium came out in Summer 2019, and we can’t wait to show you all about it! In this session, attendees will learn how the new ActivPanel is exactly what teachers have been waiting for. The V7 ActivPanel Titaniu
    Type:
    Presenter: Kelli Deranger, AXI Education Solutions, kelli@axiedu.com

     

    Sessions

    10:30:00 AM - 11:20:00 AM - Rm. 855
    Top Tech Tools for Formative Assessment
    Participants will experience some of the best tech tools that can transform their formative assessments!
    Type:
    Presenter: Shiv Kumar, LaGrange High, shiv.kumar@cpsb.org

     

    Sessions

    10:30:00 AM - 11:20:00 AM - Rm. 852
    Using Technology to Promote Community in the Classroom
    Learn how to incorporate different technology tools to promote a sense of community in your classroom.
    Type:
    Presenter: Marketta Parker, Sulphur High, Marketta.parker@cpsb.org

     

    Sessions

    10:30:00 AM - 11:20:00 AM - Rm. 405
    What's New in Minecraft Education
    Learn the new exciting features available in Minecraft Education Edition.
    Type:
    Presenter: Charity Nix, NCCE, cnix@ncce.org

     

    Sessions

    12:10:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM - Rm. 808
    Classkick
    Provide high quality feedback to your students everyday with this easy-to-use site!
    Type:
    Presenter: Lauren Anderson, Dolby Elementary, lauren.anderson@cpsb.org

     

    Sessions

    12:10:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM - Rm. 804
    Don’t Get Faked Out by the News
    Join these fake news fighters share strategies, tools, and examples of teaching information literacy and research! Become the first line of defense against the spread of fake news. (sorry - I'm a few words over)
    Type:
    Presenter: Susan Gauthier, East Baton Rouge Parish Schools, sgauthier1@ebrschools.org
    CoPresenter(s): Betty Brackins

     

    Sessions

    12:10:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM - Rm. 809
    Let's Get Personal! AT Tools That Provide Personalized Learning for ALL Students.
    Within every classroom you will experience multiple learning differences. It is important to identify and address these differences. The implementation of built-in accessibility tools provided in Office 365 and iOS can maximize independence, participation
    Type:
    Presenter: MaryBeth Sonnier, TTC, marybeth.sonnier@cpsb.org

     

    Sessions

    12:10:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM - Rm. 851
    Microsoft Notebooks for You and Your Students
    Learn to use Microsoft OneNote and ClassNotebook for note taking and assignments in your classroom.
    Type:
    Presenter: LeeAnn Reon, MJ Kaufman, leeann.reon@cpsb.org

     

    Sessions

    12:10:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM - Rm. 858
    Monitor Students on Laptops With This Free Service
    Come learn how to use a free software program to monitor student use on laptops. Say goodbye to writing up students for inappropriate use of technology!
    Type:
    Presenter: Allyson Turner, LeBlanc Middle School, allyson.turner@cpsb.org

     

    Sessions

    12:10:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM - Rm. 402
    One and Done: What To Do With One iPad.
    Only one iPad? No problem! Come find out how to maximize your minimal technology.
    Type:
    Presenter: Mary Sneddon, LaGrange High School, mary.sneddon@cpsb.org
    CoPresenter(s): Steven Sneddon

     

    Sessions

    12:10:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM - Rm. 856
    Quick and Easy Screen Recording Videos using Microsoft PowerPoint
    Quick, simple way to turn a screen recording into a video using Microsoft PowerPoint for both teachers and students.
    Type:
    Presenter: Kim Holmes, Sulphur High School 9th Grade, kim.holmes@cpsb.org

     

    Sessions

    12:10:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM - Rm. 855
    Tech Tips and Tricks
    Join us for a look into tech tips and tricks for your classroom. This class is designed for tech newbies.
    Type:
    Presenter: Ashleigh Schulz, Moss Bluff Elementary, ashleigh.schulz@cpsb.org
    CoPresenter(s): Chad Schulz

     

    Sessions

    12:10:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM - Rm. 853
    Technology Tools for the Soul
    Participates will learn some apps, websites, and much more to help ease teaching todays' students.
    Type:
    Presenter: Lisa Moore, Pearl Watson Elementary, lisa.moore@cpsb.org
    CoPresenter(s): Kyandria Scott, Lisa Delphin

     

    Sessions

    12:10:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM - Rm. 807
    The Quickest Rundown of the Coolest Resources!
    From ACT 837, to Padlet, to Office 365 and touching base on several other necessities along the way, you’ll be taking home all sorts or tools to use in your classroom mañana!
    Type:
    Presenter: Blaire Derouen, Barbe high, blairederouen2411@yahoo.com

     

    Sessions

    12:10:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM - Rm. 806
    Tips, Tricks, & Shortcuts for iPad Beginners
    In this session we will learn basic tips, tricks, and shortcuts for using iPads effectively and efficiently in the classroom.
    Type:
    Presenter: Jessica McInnis, Prien Lake Elementary, jessica.mcinnis@cpsb.org

     

    Sessions

    12:10:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM - Rm. 852
    Unleash Student Creativity with Seesaw
    Seesaw is a digital portfolio that allows students to demonstrate and share learning. Come check out some of the new updates just added this summer.
    Type:
    Presenter: Kristie Shaw, Maplewood Elementary, kristie.shaw@cpsb.org
    CoPresenter(s): Tasha LeBleu

     

    Sessions

    12:10:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM - Rm. 405
    Using Minecraft to Teach Science Research
    Minecraft is an engaging way to teach about climates and ecosystems. Our Digital Media Resources can be incorporated into the game to add research skills.
    Type:
    Presenter: Meg Arrant, Western Heights Elementary, margaret.arrant@cpsb.org
    CoPresenter(s): Keisha Pearson, Sammi Gaudet

     

    Sessions

    12:10:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM - Rm. 854
    Using Nearpod to Diversify Learning
    Using Nearpod to differentiate learning and meet the needs of all students in your classroom
    Type:
    Presenter: Melissa Cox, A.M. Barbe High School, melissa.cox@cpsb.org

     

    Sessions

    12:10:00 PM - 1:00:00 PM - Rm. 805
    Windows 10 Extras You Didn't Know About!
    Windows 10 Tools you might not know about that will save you time.
    Type:
    Presenter: Michelle Farque, Moss Bluff Elementary, michelle.farque@cpsb.org

     

    Exhibitors

    Apple

    AVER USA

    AXI Educational Solutions

    Belkin International

    Blackboard

    Burton College of Education, McNeese State University

    Calcasieu Association of Educators

    Calcasieu Parish Public Library

    ClassLink, Inc.

    Classworks

    Dell

    Gale

    Grand Canyon Education

    Kensington

    Lightspeed Technologies

    Louisiana Tech University

    mcSquares

    Microsoft Learning Consultant

    Microsoft Learning Consultant Program Manager

    NCCE

    Staples

    Troxell

    VeraPro

    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 for a chance to win an iPad!

    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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