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We are pleased to announce the MassCUE and M.A.S.S. 2015 Annual Technology Conference, co-sponsored by the Massachusetts Computer Using Educators (MassCUE) and the Massachusetts Association of School Superintendents (M.A.S.S.). Both organizations recognize the benefits of a collaborative partnership that focuses on the collective interests of our school districts.  We will be providing educators from across the Commonwealth with exciting and innovative ways to enhance teaching and learning with technology.

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Wednesday, October 21
 

8:30am

9:30am

10:15am

Begin with a sense of Wonder-opolis Teacher Brainstrom AreaMichael Albert Learning Is a Superpower Red Level 17Dr. Kristen Swanson Learning Is a Superpower Red Level 17Dr. Kristen Swanson Keynote Follow Up Westside Red Level Mezzanine SouthCaitlin Tucker Digital Storytelling in the Classroom - Storyboard That Blue Level 29Aaron Sherman Managing Which EdTech Is Best for Your Classrooms & Your Budget - LearnTrials Blue Level 28 Bringing audiobook solutions to your students who learn differently - Learning Ally Blue Level 25Jennifer Dougherty How Library Media Specialists Can Support Literacy Across the Curriculum- Massachusetts School Library Association Red Level 29Cathy Collins Individualizing Instruction Districtwide - The Scholar's Choice Foundation, Inc. Red Level 15Patrick Leonard • Megan Harney Connectivity and Tools to Sustain on and off Campus Mobile Learn Programs - Sprint Red Level 25 Creating a Blended Learning Environment Using Google Drive and Google Classroom - Old Rochester Regional High School - CDW Eastside Red Level Mezzanine SouthMegan Flaherty Hall Designing Your Digital Learning Environment Red Level 20Apple Inc From Assessment Scores to Personalized Learning - Infinite Campus Red Level 24Lee McCanne • Dan DeVito Making History with Discovery Education Social Studies Techbook™ Blue Level 27Tracy Sockalosky Microsoft's Collaborative Classroom and Increase Productivity using OneNote Eastside Red Level Mezzanine NorthBenson Kwok #techteamMA: The Student-Driven Tech Team Trend Blue Level 20Chris Gosselin • Johanna Wilson • Kerry Gallagher Choose-Your-Own-Techventure Red Level 22Jarred Haas Days, Weeks, Months: Building Purposeful 1:1 Classrooms Blue Level 10Tom Daccord Digital Portfolios & Reflections on Learning Blue Level 16Avra Robinson From Consumers to Creators Blue Level 14Brenda Maurao • Adam Steiner Google Classroom in a 1-1 Program Blue Level 19Mary Franz • Jeffrey Liberman Got iPads? Get Creative and Go Beyond Digital Drawing Blue Level 18Melissa Hayes Ignite student engagement through Robotics Red Level 18Carmen Ferrara Innovate, Create, and Learn with BrainPOP’s Make-A-Map Red Level 14Nili Bartley Leading Innovative Change Red Level 16Anna Nolin • Henry Turner • Colleen Worrell Middle School Project-Based Computing Red Level 23Denise Salemi • Akira Kamiya Office Mix: For Their Minds Red Level 12Samantha Lathrop Research & Information Literacy Red Level 19Beth Dichter • Sheila Slawiak Rethinking Digital Citizenship Blue Level 17Yasmina Mattison • Safire (Keri) DeJong Teaching Math Through Robotics...Introducing Sphero and Ollie! Blue Level 26Pete Smith • Jennifer Hanson The Future of Learning Red Level 21Beth Holland Virtual Globetrotting with Google Maps Red Level 10Jennifer Judkins • Traci Jansen Vision, Preparation and Implementation of 1:1 Red Level 26Laurie Hunter • Ben Tantillo Why Teach Smartphone Photo? Blue Level 22Sterling Worrell

11:00am

11:30am

Peer Evaluation Workflow with Google Apps Teacher Brainstrom AreaBram Moreinis Becoming a Lifelong Learner Red Level 17Travis Allen Find out why Digital Storytelling is a Superfood! (Hands-on with iPad) - 30Hands Learning Blue Level 29Eric Braun The Virtuous Cycle of Writing Instruction Across the Curriculum - Academic Merit Blue Level 28Steven Shapiro Online Test Practice with PBS LearningMedia™ - WGBH Education Red Level 15Charlotte Corbett • Carolyn Jacobs Purchasing technology - getting what you need at fair price - MHEC Blue Level 25Joan Miller • Eric Weiss STEM on A Budget - Education Connection's Skills21 Red Level 29Sarah Schauss • Matt Mervis APPlying Technology in the Classroom With Collaborative Tools - CDW Eastside Red Level Mezzanine SouthDavid Andrade ClassLink -In 30 minutes you can eliminate forgotten login frustrations and take back valuable learning time. Blue Level 27Jason Moss Let's Make it Personal! - Interval Technology Partners Red Level 25Aaron LaMontagne NWNComm - Cloud Communication/UCaaS Red Level 24Dave Krauss Prepare for Online Assessment by Using Your Apple Devices Red Level 20Apple Inc Take advantage of what you already have in Microsoft's Office 365 Education  Eastside Red Level Mezzanine NorthEric Herzog A Framework for Evaluating EdTech Blue Level 19Greg Schwanbeck Beyond the Textbook - Teaching with Open Educational Resources Blue Level 18John Leighton Coaching for Success Red Level 26Darlene Reed • Julia Greenstine Coaching Teachers to Student Success & Learning Blue Level 16Avra Robinson Don't Fear the Robot Red Level 23Patrick Davis EdCamp PD: Incorporating Unconference Style PD Red Level 14Lisa Morrisson • Henry Turner Explain Everything & the Qualitative Formative Assessment Toolkit Red Level 18Reshan Richards Google Apps for School Administrators Red Level 10Jennifer Judkins Google Chrome: A Personalized Learning Environment Red Level 22Jarred Haas Google Tools to Support Reading and Writing (AT) Blue Level 17Gaby Richard-Harrington Googling Portfolios: Success & Lessons Learned Blue Level 22Kerri Lunn • Craig Sheil How would you design the School of the Future? Blue Level 10Tom Daccord Make Learning Personal - Discover the Learner in Every Child West Side Red Level Mezzanine NorthKathleen McClaskey Powerful Presentations! Explore Your Students’ Creative Side! Blue Level 20Noelle Tonelli • Winnie Carey Read Out Loud with GAFE Red Level 19Jane Day • Stephanie Hoban Sherlock and Blended Learning Red Level 12Michelle Zimmerman Using Tech to Get Through the Day Blue Level 14Melissa Mulvey • Karen Waddill What does it mean to be an educational leader in this digital age? Red Level 16Julie Baudreau Write a Successful MassCUE Grant! Red Level 21Wendy Espinoza Cotta This Is the Best Year Ever to Apply for E-rate Wi-Fi: Are you in? - Whalley Computer Associates Red Level 13Jeff Jennings

12:00pm

1:00pm

1:30pm

2:00pm

Online Scheduling tools help arrange meetings Teacher Brainstrom AreaSHIJIAO YUWEN Better Together: Create and Collaborate Using Google Docs and Professional Learning Networks - CourseKicker Blue Level 29Paul Henderson Edtech Educators and Entrepreneurs Innovating Together - ASK THE TEACHER: TEACHERS KNOW BEST - LearnLaunch Blue Level 28Eileen Rudden MBEA Meeting Blue Level 17 The Learning Curve Blue Level 25 AirWatch - MDM and Identity Management for the Mobile Cloud Era - Whalley Computer Associates Red Level 13Liam Ogle Getting Kids Addicted to Math - Gamification - Prodigy Game Red Level 24 Is Your Mobile Strategy Secure? - Bloxx, Inc. Red Level 25Levi Smith Management Complexity & Security Risk to be Solved - IntraSystems, Inc. Blue Level 27John Bialas • Wayne Wilkening Management of Google for Education - CDW Eastside Red Level Mezzanine SouthDavid Andrade Microsoft's Personalizing Student Learning with the OneNote Class Notebook Eastside Red Level Mezzanine NorthBenson Kwok Supporting Learning and Teaching with a Digital Ecosystem Red Level 20Apple Inc 1:1 Digital Learning with Clarity Red Level 26Julie Baudreau • Grace Magley Beyond Just Blogging Blue Level 19Kit McGuire • Kerry Gallagher Build Your Twitter #PLN! Red Level 18Mark McNulty Connected Learning Through 3D Printing Red Level 22James Walker Creative Assessment 101: Infographics Red Level 23Sandy Lemon • Karin Knapik-Cloutier Dare to Share Your Inner Superhero Red Level 14Lourds Lane • Nili Bartley Digital Citizenship: A Cure for Internet Filters Blue Level 10Eric Butash Engineering Bone Tissue: Physiology Sway Red Level 12Michelle Zimmerman Flipping Professional Development Blue Level 22Joshua Cristiano iMovie Stars: Student learning comes alive with iMovie & iPads Red Level 21Reggie Hobbs Lights, Camera, Action! Film making for Higher Order Thinking. Blue Level 20Julia N. Wildfong Remixing the Curriculum Red Level 19Elizabeth Stringer Keefe • Adam Steiner Rethinking the School Library Media Center Red Level 16Cathy Collins • John Marcus Teaching Forward: Developing Makers in the Classroom Red Level 10Jennifer Judkins • Traci Jansen The Art of Change Leadership Blue Level 16Robert Dillon The Best Medicine for a Grammar Migraine: How technology can save teachers time and reduce the red ink on student papers. Blue Level 14Nick Bacigalupi The Power of Screentime Red Level 17Beth Holland Use Google Sheets for DDM Data Blue Level 18Daniel Goldner Empathy Fueled Innovation: An Intro to Design Thinking with Technology - Double Session Red Level 15Dan Ryder Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Red Level 29

3:15pm

Goodreads: Using Social Media to Promote the Love of Reading Teacher Brainstrom AreaBeth Hughes • Chris Gosselin Moving from Library to LibrarE Red Level 17Jonathan R. Werner BlocksCAD: A New Tool to Teach STEAM in the Classroom - Einstein's Workshop Blue Level 29Katy Hamilton Supporting the Development of Executive Functioning Skills for Students in the 21st Century - Intuitic | Studyo Blue Level 28Audrey Miller New Balance Foundation Billion Mile Race Red Level 29Sarah Lange • Emily Rak Updates from MA ESE Office of Digital Learning - DESE Blue Level 26Ken Klau • Andréa (A.J.) Kupps InfoSnap Online Student Registration - InfoSnap Blue Level 27Bob Chappell Lightspeed Systems Management Bundle for Windows - CDW Eastside Red Level Mezzanine SouthTrevor Harley Microsoft's Windows 10: Best Windows Ever and It's Free! Eastside Red Level Mezzanine NorthKofi Bawuah Mobile Technology in The Digital Classroom - CDI Computer Dealers Red Level 25Jennifer Nock • Glenn Collins STEM in Motion Red Level 20Apple Inc What is Your Students’ Safety Worth? - Gaggle Red Level 24Michael Swaine Be bold, PD Differently! Red Level 26Kerri Stoffel Divide, Conquer & Inspire! Personalized Writing Instruction in the English Classroom - Red Level 19Camille Napier Bernstein • Dr. Anna Nolin Fostering Literacy Across the Early Elementary Curriculum with iPads Red Level 23Peggy Harvey • Cindy Holt Free apps to be creative and more efficient, in Google Drive Blue Level 17Ashoke Ghosh • Chrystal Hoe Interactive Portfolios Blue Level 20Meghan Hale • Matt Cronin Lights, Camera, Green Screen Blue Level 14Jennifer Masterson • Mindy Schnare MassCUE Blended Learning SIG: Join us in Leading Blended Learning in Massachusetts! Blue Level 16Grace Magley Networking as a Foundational Behavior of Innovation Red Level 18Timothy Allen • Neil Gile Newton’s Journey to Being Ready for Online Testing Blue Level 22Jack Polnar • Jason Agress Redefining Tasks with Google Red Level 10Neal Sonnenberg Student Innovation Team (Help Desk) Red Level 14Tara Gauthier • Shawna Powers Wonder Centers: Research, Collaborate and Creating in the Library, Classroom and Computer Lab with iPads Red Level 16Kim Keith Your Google Educator Initiative Blue Level 19Aubrie Rojee • Ryan Camire Chromebooks for All Red Level 22Adam Steiner From Tinkering to Tinkercad West Side Red Level Mezzanine NorthKathy Walsh-Malone • Amanda Kilton Text is not a Four-Letter Word! Blue Level 25Carol Holzberg • Beth Dichter Universal Design with Technology (UDT) to Differentiate Instruction Red Level 21Lori Cooney

5:30pm

7:30pm

 
Thursday, October 22
 

8:30am

9:30am

10:15am

School Teacher Brainstrom AreaSharon Burke Engage, Inspire, Connect: Wireless Networking and Mobility Solutions for Education Red Level 13Alexandra Gunther Dear NGSS, Teach Engineering? What?!? West Side Red Level Mezzanine NorthJohn Heffernan Dr. Jennifer Price West Side Red Level 75Dr. Jennifer Price Reimagining Computing Education in MA West Side Red Level 73Steve Vinter The End of the Sit & Get Era: Applying Pedagogy to PD West Side Red Level 76Jonathan R. Werner Accept, Communicate, Trust: Innovation & Improvisation Red Level 17Dan Ryder An Easy Introduction to Programming and Robotics with 100% Success - Ergopedia Blue Level 28Thomas Hsu Using 3D Design and Printing in Your Elementary and Middle School Lessons - Makers Empire Blue Level 29Jon Soong Bringing audiobook solutions to your students who learn differently - Learning Ally Blue Level 25Jennifer Dougherty Individualizing Instruction Districtwide - The Scholar's Choice Foundation, Inc. Red Level 15Patrick Leonard • Megan Harney The Learning Curve Red Level 29 Blended Learning with Microsoft's Office 365 Eastside Red Level Mezzanine NorthBenson Kwok Coding: A Day in the Life of a Student Red Level 20Apple Inc Ensure long-term success with an effective technology strategy to deliver the curriculum - Custom Computer Specialists Red Level 25Lisa Roe • Chris Powers Making sense of Microsoft Licensing including Office 365 – Really! - CDW Eastside Red Level Mezzanine SouthMatt Ingenito NWN VaaS (Video-As-A-Service) powered by Cisco - NWN Corporation Blue Level 27Dave Krauss Shared IT Services in the Public Sector - ePlus Technology, inc Blue Level 16 'App'lauding Ipad Apps to Promote Fluency Blue Level 18Brooke Beverly Chromies and the Google Suite for the World Language Classroom Blue Level 17Arielle Sutton • Christopher Nadeau Coders are Tomorrow's Rock Stars! Red Level 23Randie Groden • Diane Horvath Digital Storytelling with Alice Programming/Looking Glass Programming/even Powerpoint! Blue Level 19Kathleen Dasho Game Design with Unity 3D and Oculus Red Level 22Salvatore Nocella How to get true tech integration with the Innovative Learning Program Blue Level 20Amy Bisiewicz • Stephanie Hoban HS 20% Projects: Transform learning Red Level 16 Imagine - Play - Make - Create Red Level 10Kathy Walsh-Malone • Jacy Edelman Intro to Google Classroom Blue Level 10Heidi Hebert Project-Based Learning, Digital Storytelling and the Common Core Blue Level 14Carmen Ferrara • Eric Braun Sixteen for ‘16: Promising Technologies, Creative Possibilities, Replicable Ideas Red Level 18Maureen Brown Yoder STEAMify Your JK-Grade 8 Classroom Red Level 24Sue Fisher • Dotty Corbiere The Power of the Digital Pen Red Level 19Kimberly Evelti • Carey Baldwin There's An App for That Blue Level 22Jeannie Erickson • Audra Kaplan Vocabulary Loves Visual Design Red Level 21Mike Lewis Write a Successful MassCUE Grant! Red Level 26Wendy Espinoza Cotta

11:00am

11:30am

Smarter Meetings Smarter Leaders Teacher Brainstrom AreaDan Gottlieb Coding in the Elementary Classroom Blue Level 18Laurena Mott Essays Made Easy With OneNote Red Level 12Andrew Shelffo 3D Design and Print for Elementary Students Red Level 23Rafael Sardi • Robin Tucceri APP INVENTOR 2: FREE,FUN,AND EASY! Blue Level 19Michael Englander Assistive Technology - what, where, when, how? West Side Red Level Mezzanine NorthGaby Richard-Harrington Creative Outdoor Weaving (Innovative Learning Environment) Red Level 26Deb McLean • Eileen Barnett Design for Classroom Teachers Red Level 19Bretton Zinger Differentiated Project Based Learning Using Google Apps Red Level 10Carla Fitzgerald • Maureen Hughes Digital Citizenship - Experience Lessons from the Student POV Red Level 18Jonathan Schmid • Mike Scafati Educational Vlogging: a 21st Century Platform for 21st Century Problems Blue Level 20Sarah Connell Enhancing Labs with Google Apps Blue Level 10Alexandria Cellucci • Adam Stahl Genius Hour in Fourth Grade Red Level 21Lisa Sanderson • Ruth Freeman How Design Thinking Contributes to Innovation Blue Level 14Eric Braun iCreate to Educate - Stop Motion Animation Projects Blue Level 17Susan Stewart-Racicot • Anne Marie Wyman Kinesthetic learning games for inclusive classrooms Red Level 15 Minecraft EDU and 21st Century Learning West Side Red Level Mezzanine NorthAlexander Weigel • Michelle Steever Neutralize the Instagram Attitude Red Level 24Nathan Williams SIMPLE Web Tools To Support Communication, Collaboration & Participation Red Level 25Kelley Kallin • Abigail Theberge Students become our leaders of TODAY not TOMORROW Red Level 17Travis Allen Edtech Educators and Entrepreneurs Innovating Together - ASK THE TEACHER: TEACHERS KNOW BEST - LearnLaunch Blue Level 28Eileen Rudden Using Google Sheets for the Massachusetts STE Question Swap - JogNog Blue Level 29Stephen Smith DIY: Build a Better STEM Lesson - WGBH Education Blue Level 25Jodi Kerble • Carolyn Jacobs Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Red Level 29 STEM on A Budget - Education Connection's Skills21 Blue Level 26Sarah Schauss • Matt Mervis Good to Great with Google for EDU - CDW Eastside Red Level Mezzanine SouthDavid Andrade Hands-On Digital: Beyond the Science Textbook Blue Level 27Jennifer Murphy • Tanya Erban How to create a video lesson with inline testing for students - Valley Communications Systems Blue Level 22 It’s About Learning Outcomes, not the Device! - Samsung Blue Level 16Diane Ashby • Lynn Meyers Microsoft HoloLens: Blending Real and Virtual Classroom Eastside Red Level Mezzanine NorthMichelle Zimmerman Protecting the Network & Halting the Hack - SonicWALL - Whalley Computer Associates Red Level 13Wayne Wilkening Reaching all Learners: Apple Tools for Special Needs Red Level 20Apple Inc Leveraging Digital Learning Tools to Foster Authentic, Lifelong Readers Red Level 14Beth Hughes • Chris Gosselin Blended Learning = Engaged Students Red Level 16Susan Kiley

1:00pm

1:30pm

2:00pm

Apply for a MassCUE Grant Teacher Brainstrom AreaLinda Redding Slay the Sit & Get Professional Development Dragon Red Level 17Jonathan R. Werner 1:1 Real-Time Blended Learning and Assessment - A success story you can replicate! - Bedford High School Blue Level 28Jerry Peters 3D Printing’s Role in Shaping the Future of STEM Education - NVBOTS Blue Level 29Chris Haid METAA Meeting Red Level 24 Top OER for Science Classrooms - The Virtual High School Blue Level 26Erica Jansson AirWatch - MDM and Identity Management for the Mobile Cloud Era - Whalley Computer Associates Red Level 13Liam Ogle Build a Collaborative Classroom and Increase Productivity using Microsoft's OneNote Eastside Red Level Mezzanine NorthBenson Kwok Learn How Your Students Can Thrive with a hands-on demonstration! - McGraw Hill Education Blue Level 27Lynn Meyers Powerpoint gets Interactive - CDW Eastside Red Level Mezzanine SouthKofi Bawuah The NUTANIX Hyper-converged Data Center - Baystate Computer Services Blue Level 16 What’s New From Apple Red Level 20Apple Inc Action! Create! Excite! Engage! Blue Level 22Karin Knapik-Cloutier • Sandy Lemon Creating the Uncommon Classroom Blue Level 17Bruce Girouard Discussion and Debate 2.0 Red Level 22Carol Mahedy Easy STEM Investigations Red Level 23Nancy Carroll Fuel-Fit Kidnections Red Level 21Sandy Devarney • Lisa Sanderson Intro to Coding - A hands-on guide to building mobile apps Blue Level 14Carmen Ferrara iPads in the Elementary Classroom Red Level 16Tim Harkins Keeping Learning at the Center of Blended Learning Blue Level 10Jessie Butash Library Drab to Media Center Fab Red Level 14Jessica Garbowski Live Sharable Progress Tracking Red Level 26Kevin Buckley MakerSpaces - Who? What? When? How? Why? Red Level 10Barbara Cheeks • Julie Spang Middle School Math 3D Printing Red Level 19Joshua Gold No Textbooks, Tests, or Paper. Just Engaged Learners. Blue Level 20Kerry Gallagher Show Me What You Know Red Level 15Nina Laplante • Sarah Dahlheimer Student Choice and Student Voice Through Technology Red Level 25Abigail Theberge Student-Centered Tech Class West Side Red Level Mezzanine NorthDaniel Riles Technically Invisible: Creative to the Core West Side Red Level Mezzanine NorthSuzy Brooks Using 1:1 Chromebooks in a 6th grade classroom - Differentiating at its best Blue Level 25Erin M Fisher Brain Pop Session 2 Red Level 81 Brain-Pop - Certified BrainPOP Educator Blue Level 81

3:15pm

Use Twitter to Create Fictional Characters Teacher Brainstrom AreaRoshni Lakhi Measuring the Impact of Technology on Learning with Research Red Level 17Dr. Kristen Swanson  MassCUE Blended Learning SIG - Join us in Leading Blended Learning in Massachusetts!  Blue Level 20Grace Magley iTunes U Course Manager on iPad Red Level 20Apple Inc Smoothwall Blue Level 16 Take advantage of what you already have in Microsoft's Office 365 Education  Eastside Red Level Mezzanine NorthEric Herzog Blogging with Students Red Level 23Sarah Perkins Book Commercials Using Animoto Red Level 14Tonya Curt-Hoard Capture the Moment Red Level 22Julie Lowerre Creating Websites for the Classroom with Google Sites Red Level 25Laura Martin Differentiating Projects with Student Choice Blue Level 17Heather Salemme Enhancing the Classroom through Scratch Programming Blue Level 14Carmen Ferrara Filmmaking in the Classroom Red Level 24Tara Draper • Kristin Bergeron Flip Your Classroom Red Level 26Carol Trulli • Brenda Lomanno How to Run an EdCamp Red Level 10Cynthia Engvall • Julie Spang KickinNutrition.TV - Using Rich Multimedia & Interactive Technology to Teach 
 Wellness in Schools with Research Tools Measuring Impact Red Level 15Natasha Lance Rogoff Making Connections with Tours Blue Level 25Stacy Newman • Lori Ayotte MEAs for Authentic Learning Red Level 19Ashley Lagas Practical Projects in Social Studies Classrooms Red Level 21Dr. Rachel Dudley Research Note Cards Go Digital Blue Level 18Ellen Shea Stop Motion Science Animation Blue Level 10Matt Cronin • Lindsey McKeen Polizzotti Teaching in the BYOD Classroom Red Level 16Natalie Branch • Mike McEachern Three Free iPad Apps to take CCSS Digital Publishing to the Next Level Blue Level 22Nicole Kinney • Alexandra Caram Weaving Together Early Literacy Pedagogy and Digital Tools to Foster Young Readers & Writers in the Digital Age Red Level 18Peggy Harvey • Sharon Ryan