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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
 

10:15am

#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

11:30am

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

2:00pm

3:15pm

 
Thursday, October 22
 

10:15am

11:30am

Coding in the Elementary Classroom Blue Level 18Laurena Mott 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 Leveraging Digital Learning Tools to Foster Authentic, Lifelong Readers Red Level 14Beth Hughes • Chris Gosselin Blended Learning = Engaged Students Red Level 16Susan Kiley

2:00pm

3:15pm