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Wednesday, October 20
 

9:00am EDT

Keynote Speaker: Kathy Schrock - It's Time to Find Your EdTech Passion
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How do you identify your edtech passion? Kathy can help! She will showcase the aspects of educational technology used to support meaningful teaching and learning she cares deeply about. She will provide a wide array of practices, pedagogies, and thought-provoking uses of technology by educators and students. From cool gadgets to embedding technology, and everything in-between, you will come away with a plan of how you can focus on "doing what you love" in the edtech arena!

Speakers
avatar for Kathy Schrock

Kathy Schrock

Educational Technologist; Adjunct Instructor, Wilkes University
Kathy Schrock has been a school district Director of Technology, an instructional technology specialist, and a middle school, academic, museum, and public library librarian. She is currently an online adjunct graduate-level professor for Wilkes University (PA) and an independent educational... Read More →


Wednesday October 20, 2021 9:00am - 10:00am EDT
Ballroom D Myrtle Beach Convention Center

10:30am EDT

35 - Epic Exams: Transforming Summative Exams into Formative Boss Fights
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Role Playing Games send players on a quest that always ends with an epic Boss Fight. Players struggle and grow as they develop the skills necessary to defeat this final monster. Rather than end a unit with a boring and wasted test day this session will show you how to craft an end of unit Boss Fight using collaborative technologies! Hero's never give up. Failure is not an option. Let's give students Epic Exams.

Speakers
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Adam Powley

Teacher, HCS Early College High School
Mr. Powley is a gamified American History Teacher with 18 years experience at the high school level. He shares his experiences, frustrations, and tips for implementing gamification, game inspired design, and various Edtech-niques at ClassroomPowerups.com. Mr. Powley is a frequent... Read More →


Wednesday October 20, 2021 10:30am - 11:30am EDT
MR108 Myrtle Beach Convention Center

10:30am EDT

75 - Tech Tips, Tricks, & Tools to Support Best Practices in the Online Learning Environment
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Join the VirtualSC World Languages team as we reflect on tech tips, tricks, and tools that support online learning. This session will focus on the instructional technologies that improve student & parent engagement, address learning gaps, celebrate diversity, and promote a more equitable learning environment. Session topics will include use of one-stop-shop tools, tips for engaging communication, lesson snapshots, and asynchronous engagement. Session participants will also reflect and share their own successful tech take-aways.

Speakers
avatar for Tracy Seiler

Tracy Seiler

Virtual Spanish Instructor, VirtualSC
The World Languages Team at VirtualSC includes the following online instructors: Stephanie Walters, Spanish Instructor Kenia White, Spanish Instructor Tracy Seiler, Latin Instructor Sarah Floyd, German Instructor Jane Dobreski, French Instructor


Wednesday October 20, 2021 10:30am - 11:30am EDT
MR104/105 Myrtle Beach Convention Center

10:30am EDT

78 - Storytelling for the YouTube Generation
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Join us to experience a complete filmmaking experience in under an hour. Learn how to empower your students to tell compelling visual stories by illuminating the parallels between cinematic storytelling and traditional writing skills and strategies. Participants will walk away with materials and strategies to transform student videos from a visual run-on sentence to a video that reflects their true creative capacity.

Speakers
avatar for Nick LaFave

Nick LaFave

LEAD Innovation Coach, Clover School District
Nick LaFave is an Instructional Innovation Coach in Clover, SC. A former Clover School District Teacher of the Year, Nick is an Apple Distinguished Educator, a National Board Certified Teacher, and also works as an education consultant and speaker. Nick's more than 20 years of classroom... Read More →


Wednesday October 20, 2021 10:30am - 11:30am EDT
Ballroom A Myrtle Beach Convention Center

10:30am EDT

161 - WORKSHOP - Sketchnoting in the Classroom: iPad, Android, Windows Tablet or Paper/Pencil) (5-12)
Limited Capacity seats available

Sketchnoting, also called visual note-taking, allows students to creatively organize their thoughts using sketches. Sketchnoting targets the auditory, visual, and kinesthetic learners as all three areas are utilized. Whether taking notes the traditional way and later creating a sketchnoted version, or sketching notes during a lecture, with sketchnotes students showcase their personalized understanding of the content. Learn how to teach students the basics of sketchnoting, how to create a structure that can be used for the process, and practice creating and sharing various types of sketchnotes in this workshop. Apps and tools that can be used for digital sketchnoting will also be covered. If you want to sketchnote digitally, bring an iPad 2 or newer, an Android Tablet, or Windows Surface tablet. Don't forget your stylus Please also install the Autodesk Sketchbook app for iOS, Android, or Surface Tablet before the workshop. If you want to sketchnote by hand, bring an unlined journal with at least medium-weight pages, a black gel pen or thin-point black marker and colored pencils. *$10 FEE REQUIRED TO ATTEND - PAYMENT CAN BE MADE AT REGISTRATION COUNTER*

Speakers
avatar for Kathy Schrock

Kathy Schrock

Educational Technologist; Adjunct Instructor, Wilkes University
Kathy Schrock has been a school district Director of Technology, an instructional technology specialist, and a middle school, academic, museum, and public library librarian. She is currently an online adjunct graduate-level professor for Wilkes University (PA) and an independent educational... Read More →


Wednesday October 20, 2021 10:30am - 12:00pm EDT
Ballroom D Myrtle Beach Convention Center

10:30am EDT

127 - A Statewide Initiative to Provide Digital Equity and Protect Student Data
Limited Capacity seats available

The South Carolina Department of Education has embarked on a journey to support each district in creating a seamless, equitable, and secure digital learning experience for teachers and students. Every district will have access to valuable TrustEd Apps data for vetting educational applications through statewide membership in IMS Global Learning Consortium. Learn what this means and how it will help educators make informed decisions on the digital learning products we use in our schools.

Speakers
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Benjamin Brown

Executive Director of Technology, Darlington County School District


Wednesday October 20, 2021 10:30am - 11:30pm EDT
MR204 Myrtle Beach Convention Center

12:45pm EDT

152 - Academic Dishonesty in the Technology Age: Instructional practices for the Classroom Teacher
Limited Capacity seats available

Have you had a student claim to have submitted an assignment, but you never received it? Did they send you a screenshot of it, also? It could be a glitch, or tergiversation could be afoot! Learn some of the current dishonesty trends being seen in digital assignments and ways to recognize academic dishonesty. Ultimately, this session will give instructional strategies to prevent academic dishonesty and give reliability to the work you receive from students.

Speakers
avatar for Brian Heyward

Brian Heyward

Technology Integration Specialist, Richland School District 2
Brian Heyward is a district Technology Integration Specialist for Richland Two. He holds certifications in Screencastify and Edgenuity. Brian is also a doctoral candidate in educational technology from the University of South Carolina. Brian started his educational career as a choral... Read More →


Wednesday October 20, 2021 12:45pm - 1:45pm EDT
Ballroom A Myrtle Beach Convention Center

12:45pm EDT

32- From Virtual to Blended: Reemerging from the Pandemic
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After over a year of reactionary teaching and adapting to ever-changing protocols, environments and expectations, teachers are wondering how to best adapt their newfound technology expertise back into primarily face to face environments. In this hands-on session, participants will explore how to best manage and integrate our top 5 digital tools into their brick and mortar classrooms and will walk away with actionable strategies for personalizing learning.

Speakers
avatar for Elizabeth Burr

Elizabeth Burr

District Technology Specialist, Kershaw County School District
Betsy Burr (early childhood), Ashley Carmichael (secondary), and Nicole Ritchie (elementary education) have over 15 years of experience and serve as district level technology specialists for Kershaw County School District. In addition to managing all district technology software... Read More →



Wednesday October 20, 2021 12:45pm - 1:45pm EDT
MR203 Myrtle Beach Convention Center

12:45pm EDT

7 - Wakelet for Teachers
Limited Capacity seats available

We will learn to use Wakelet, a free content curation platform that works on all platforms where teachers and students can save links, social media posts, videos, and images to organize into private or public collections. It is easy for students and teachers to collaborate, capture, organize, and share multimedia resources.


Wednesday October 20, 2021 12:45pm - 1:45pm EDT
MR108 Myrtle Beach Convention Center

2:00pm EDT

119 - Don't Just Click Play - Strategies for Video Based Instruction
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If you were to ask a student, where did you learn that...the response would probably be "YouTube". This can also be true for adults. Video-based instruction can be a very effective instructional strategy and can also engage all learners if designed and delivered the right way. Learn strategies that will work for whole group or individual instruction, synchronously or asynchronously and ways to make student learning visible.

Speakers
avatar for Nichole Porter

Nichole Porter

Technology Integration Specialist, Richland School District 2
Nichole Porter is a district Technology Integration Specialist for Richland School District Two in Columbia, SC. She is a Google Certified Educator and PBL Capacity Builder. Her primary role in the district is to work collaboratively with the Technology Learning Coaches at various... Read More →


Wednesday October 20, 2021 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT
MR203 Myrtle Beach Convention Center

2:00pm EDT

46 - Four Easy Presentation and Design Tools For Teachers and Students
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Come join in on a fun hands-on session where you will learn three tools that you can use to create engaging presentations and share with students so they can show what they learned in class. These tools were originally made for businesses who pay for them, but teachers get free access! You will see examples, get how to handouts, and practice these great tools: MySimpleShow, Canva, AdobeSpark.

Speakers
avatar for Nancy Penchev

Nancy Penchev

Instructional Technology Coordinator, Penchevable
Nancy Penchev is an I LAB Teacher and Instructional Technology Coordinator. Her presentations include local, state, and international conferences. She has led webinars on Uncommon Test Prep for EdWeb.net and Common Sense Media and Teacher Tech for PBS SoCal. She was published in Teaching... Read More →


Wednesday October 20, 2021 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT
MR205 Myrtle Beach Convention Center

3:30pm EDT

153 - Digital Instruction Benefits: Teaching one to one in a classroom full of students
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Most have probably cursed away 2020 popular terms like "Dual Modality", "Synchronous", and "Asynchronous". We've probably experienced Zoom fatigue or exhaustion from "virtual" anything and everything. As we build and adapt to the new norm of classroom instruction, many benefits have emerged from including digital instruction in our curriculum. This session explores those benefits and walks the registrant through activities, tools, and strategies to continue successfully implementing digital instruction in the face to face classroom.

Speakers
avatar for Brian Heyward

Brian Heyward

Technology Integration Specialist, Richland School District 2
Brian Heyward is a district Technology Integration Specialist for Richland Two. He holds certifications in Screencastify and Edgenuity. Brian is also a doctoral candidate in educational technology from the University of South Carolina. Brian started his educational career as a choral... Read More →


Wednesday October 20, 2021 3:30pm - 4:30pm EDT
MR204 Myrtle Beach Convention Center

3:30pm EDT

174 - Activate Learners with your ActivPanel
Limited Capacity seats available

Promethean ActivPanels are far more than just tools for displaying what is on your laptop. Join us to look at creative ways to use your panel to increase student engagement. We will talk about lesson-building in the whiteboard, interactive panel activities, fun ways to use your spinners, and more.

Speakers
avatar for Carrie Fesperman

Carrie Fesperman

Digital Learning and Collaboration Specialist, Encore Technology Group
As a classroom teacher for 14 years, I taught first grade, second grade, and ESOL. I started working with my district to help lead professional development for my grade level and discovered my passion. I love helping teachers. The teaching profession is hard, and I found my place... Read More →


Wednesday October 20, 2021 3:30pm - 4:30pm EDT
MR106 Myrtle Beach Convention Center

3:30pm EDT

25 - Artificial Intelligence: It's Practical Use in School Environments
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Are you ready to introduce Artificial Intelligence into your district, school, or classroom? During this session, participants will explore practical uses of AI in K12 school environments. This session will a basic understanding of what AI is, how they work, and their current applications. Additionally, this session with identify specific AI concepts, tools, and applications for cultivating student-driven learning. Co-presenter Nichole Porter, Technology Integration Specialist, Richland Two

Speakers
avatar for Tim Swick

Tim Swick

Lead Teacher, Sandlapper Elementary
Tim Swick is the lead teacher of Sandlapper Elementary's Computer Science Magnet program. Arlene Bakutes is Richland School District Two's Director of Grant Initiatives. Nichole Porter is a Technology Integration Specialist in Richland School District Two.


Wednesday October 20, 2021 3:30pm - 4:30pm EDT
MR107 Myrtle Beach Convention Center

3:30pm EDT

42 - Instructional Tech Coach Coaching
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The Tech Coaches from the Georgetown County School District will share their model of Instructional Technology Coaching in the schools. The program will feature their approach to 1) Meeting with school administrators, 2) Setting up Teams and building rapport at the school, 3) Working with the school and district Curriculum Coaches, 4) Coaching throughout the year, 5) Running a District Tech Fair, Professional Development and Results.

Speakers
avatar for Keith Brown

Keith Brown

Instructional Technology Coach, Georgetown County School District
Keith Brown is in his 43rd year in Education. He has served as a classroom teacher, coach, Assistant Principal, Principal and District Facilitator. He works mainly with the Middle and Intermediate Schools, and supervises all Physical Education teachers. Co-Presenter Beth Goude is... Read More →


Wednesday October 20, 2021 3:30pm - 4:30pm EDT
MR206 Myrtle Beach Convention Center
 
Thursday, October 21
 

8:30am EDT

175 - Activate Learners with your ActivPanel
Limited Capacity filling up

Promethean ActivPanels are far more than just tools for displaying what is on your laptop. Join us to look at creative ways to use your panel to increase student engagement. We will talk about lesson-building in the whiteboard, interactive panel activities, fun ways to use your spinners, and more.

Speakers
avatar for Carrie Fesperman

Carrie Fesperman

Digital Learning and Collaboration Specialist, Encore Technology Group
As a classroom teacher for 14 years, I taught first grade, second grade, and ESOL. I started working with my district to help lead professional development for my grade level and discovered my passion. I love helping teachers. The teaching profession is hard, and I found my place... Read More →


Thursday October 21, 2021 8:30am - 9:30am EDT
MR106 Myrtle Beach Convention Center

8:30am EDT

74 - Create Sweet Sheets
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Create your own self-checking google sheets to engage your students! Some ideas include color coding, bitmoji, breakouts and more. Come experience and learn how to get started with sheets in your classroom.

Speakers
avatar for Caitlin Carmendy

Caitlin Carmendy

Instructional Coach, Mooresville High School
My name is Caty Carmendy, and I am the Instructional Coach of Mooresville High School. I have previously been teacher of the year and teacher of the month. I also have an extensive amount of experience as a technology liaison with other school districts to help with 1:1 or other technology... Read More →


Thursday October 21, 2021 8:30am - 9:30am EDT
MR101 Myrtle Beach Convention Center

10:30am EDT

100 - ETV Educational Resources 101
Limited Capacity seats available

South Carolina Educational Television (ETV) offers a variety of new resources and services to support South Carolina's educators. This workshop offers an introduction to all things ETV Education including free, high-quality digital content, standards-based lesson plans specific to South Carolina, informative blogs, teacher recertification courses, instructional technology, and more. Come and learn how to incorporate these resources into your learning community!

Speakers
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Brian Day

Instructional Technology Specialist, South Carolina Educational Television (SCETV)
Brian Day's professional experience combines his love for teaching, instructional design, and technology. For 11 years, he taught middle and elementary school in rural South Carolina. He has experience teaching several subjects and grades. In 2017, he served on the 2019 South Carolina... Read More →


Thursday October 21, 2021 10:30am - 11:30am EDT
MR107 Myrtle Beach Convention Center

10:30am EDT

116 - Interactive Engagement: Utilizing interactives, games, and other multimedia to engage students.
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Learners engage with interactive media every day. From social networks to video games and gamification, students are well versed in interacting in a cross-media digital world. Learn how to leverage existing knowledge and interest to engage learners with interactives, games, videos, and other multimedia assets that tie into educational standards.

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Furman Fortner

Instructional Technology Specialist, SCETV Education
Throughout my career in graphic design, I've served in multiple roles all centered around the design and creation of assets to aid in comprehension and engagement. When I began working with the SCETV Education team in 2020 during the heart of the COVID-19 pandemic, my goal was to... Read More →


Thursday October 21, 2021 10:30am - 11:30am EDT
MR108 Myrtle Beach Convention Center

10:30am EDT

71 - From Consuming to Creating: Podcasting in the Classroom
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Podcasting is one strategy we use to personalize lessons by giving learners more voice and choice in the way they access, engage in, and show mastery of content. In this session, we will move from consuming to creating podcasts using the 7 stages shared in the book Empower by Spencer and Juliani. Participants will engage in and access resources that support learning in each stage. By the end, we will create our own podcast!

Speakers
avatar for Ashley Pursley

Ashley Pursley

Digital Integration Specialist, Anderson School District 5
Ashley Pursley has been serving in education since 2010. She taught English and ELA in grades 8-12 during her first 7 years in education before moving to an instructional technology position. Serving in districts across the state, Ashley has worked in Oconee County, Berkeley County... Read More →


Thursday October 21, 2021 10:30am - 11:30am EDT
MR202 Myrtle Beach Convention Center

12:45pm EDT

103 - Games for all
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Games can be used in all subject areas to enhance learning, provide review for exams, and give students a fun break from the ordinary. There is an abundance of premade games available, or if the teacher chooses, templates for custom games can be utilized. In this session, teachers will have an opportunity to evaluate and play some of the games in their subject area.

Speakers
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Kendra Thacker

Substitute Teacher, Colleton County School District


Thursday October 21, 2021 12:45pm - 1:45pm EDT
MR206 Myrtle Beach Convention Center

12:45pm EDT

115 - Technology Enhancement for the Secondary Classroom
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Technology Enhancement for the Secondary Classroom takes a look at easy-to-use and helpful options for utilizing technology for both instructional purposes and student presentations of content mastery. Topics include evaluating technology as a classroom tool, enhancing existing documents, getting the most out of Google forms, using Adobe Spark, and much more. Join me as I show you real-life, usable ways to engage your students, both face to face and virtually.

Speakers
avatar for Robin Amick

Robin Amick

Engineering Teacher/ EdD Candidate @ USC, Dutch Fork High School
Robin Amick is an engineering teacher, professional development facilitator, and Vex robotics coach at Dutch Fork High School in Irmo, SC. Previously she has taught pre-engineering, Science, and GED courses. Mrs. Amick is a doctoral candidate at the University of South Carolina in... Read More →


Thursday October 21, 2021 12:45pm - 1:45pm EDT
MR108 Myrtle Beach Convention Center

2:00pm EDT

80 - Putting the T in STEAM
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STEAM is much more than an acronym or collection of Pinterest engineering challenges. It is about providing transdisciplinary, real-world instruction focused around the 4 Cs. Come learn about a balanced STEAM framework and take away ideas for integrating technology into your classroom to strengthen your students' collaboration, communication, creativity, and critical thinking.

Speakers
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Megan Rodriguez

Teacher, Fort Mill Schools/Gold Hill Middle School
Dr. Megan McNinch Rodriguez is the Gateway to Technology Teacher at Gold Hill Middle School in Fort Mill. She began her career as an elementary classroom teacher, taught elementary technology, worked with gifted-talented students in China both in-person and virtually, and co-taught... Read More →


Thursday October 21, 2021 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT
MR101 Myrtle Beach Convention Center

2:00pm EDT

92 - Assessment Doesn't Dave to be a Four-Letter Word (T#$T)
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Explore the latest tools, tips, and strategies to empower students with meaningful feedback, and multiple ways to demonstrate learning. Examine strategies to transform assessment from the dreaded four-letter word (TEST) into one of your most useful instructional tools. This session aims to help teachers transform assessment into a learning experience by providing students with multiple options to demonstrate learning in creative and innovative ways.

Speakers
avatar for Nick LaFave

Nick LaFave

LEAD Innovation Coach, Clover School District
Nick LaFave is an Instructional Innovation Coach in Clover, SC. A former Clover School District Teacher of the Year, Nick is an Apple Distinguished Educator, a National Board Certified Teacher, and also works as an education consultant and speaker. Nick's more than 20 years of classroom... Read More →


Thursday October 21, 2021 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT
MR107 Myrtle Beach Convention Center

3:45pm EDT

136 - 101up: Implementation of a Gamified Curriculum to Increase Self-Regulated Learning and Motivation: An Action Research Study using EdApp
Limited Capacity seats available

EdApp will be introduced as a gamification curriculum to increase self-regulated learning and motivation in students. Based off an action research study of 10 academically at-risk students in a first-year experience course, an analysis of descriptive and inferential statistics using quantitative and qualitative data will be reviewed. Additionally, implications for using gamified curriculums and future areas of research will be offered. Participants are asked to deploy EdApp and engage with the app throughout the session.

Speakers
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Candace Bruder

Communications Director, Beaufort County School District
Candace Bruder's education career began in the Public Affairs section of the U.S. Embassy in Buenos Aires, Argentina, managing a vast English language scholarship program. Bruder went on to gain both higher education and K-12 experience holding the position of Communications Director... Read More →


Thursday October 21, 2021 3:45pm - 4:45pm EDT
MR104/105 Myrtle Beach Convention Center

3:45pm EDT

81 - SketchUp and the EDP
Limited Capacity seats available

One of the essential steps in the engineering design process (EDP) is sketching and designing ideas. This can be done paper/pencil or through the integration of technology tools. SketchUp is a 3D design software that can be accessed free via the web and is accessible to beginners and advanced users alike. Come hear how you can integrate SketchUp into the design process in your classroom and try your hand at a few design challenges. Active participation in this session requires a Chromebook or laptop device with web access.

Speakers
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Megan Rodriguez

Teacher, Fort Mill Schools/Gold Hill Middle School
Dr. Megan McNinch Rodriguez is the Gateway to Technology Teacher at Gold Hill Middle School in Fort Mill. She began her career as an elementary classroom teacher, taught elementary technology, worked with gifted-talented students in China both in-person and virtually, and co-taught... Read More →


Thursday October 21, 2021 3:45pm - 4:45pm EDT
MR101 Myrtle Beach Convention Center
 
Friday, October 22
 

9:00am EDT

83 - How to Access and Use a FREE Career Development System for Your School/Students
Limited Capacity seats available

This session will introduce and/or update the participants to a Career Information System (SCOIS) that is FREE to all SC public schools. This system is internet based and requires only a school/site provided account and login.

The students can take career assessments, research careers and find programs and colleges to support their career choices.

Participants will be given handouts on various activities located in the system.

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Gail Darley

Career Development Specialist, SCOIS
Master's plus degrees in education and counseling. Retired from Berkeley County Schools in 2005 as Lead Career Specialist. Have held position with SCOIS as a field rep starting in 2005.


Friday October 22, 2021 9:00am - 10:00am EDT
MR104/105 Myrtle Beach Convention Center

9:00am EDT

CANCELED - WORKSHOP 187 - Project-Based Learning in a Technology Filled World
Limited Capacity seats available

Project-Based learning is full of inquiry, active learning, and critical thinking. In this session you will learn the framework for Project-Based Learning and plan out a learning experience for your students. Learn about how to incorporate technology in meaningful ways to help your students learn, create, and share the results of their learning. *$10 FEE REQUIRED TO ATTEND - PAYMENT CAN BE MADE AT REGISTRATION COUNTER*

Speakers
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Diane Lawson

St. Johns County School District


Friday October 22, 2021 9:00am - 11:00am EDT
MR108 Myrtle Beach Convention Center

9:00am EDT

WORKSHOP 162 - Interactive Google Slide - Tell A Story & Guide Your Learners
Limited Capacity seats available

The hands-on workshop will guide instructors on the various ways to create an interactive Google Slide to assist students in the learning process. The slides provide a fun and interactive activity that will have students actively participating in learning. The workshop will give step-by-step instructions to follow to create three projects for teachers to bring back to their schools and classroom. The projects will include: a study guide, interactive learning activity and storytelling. *$10 FEE REQUIRED TO ATTEND - PAYMENT CAN BE MADE AT REGISTRATION COUNTER*

Speakers
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Haleigh Kirkland

Business & Technology Instructor, Spartanburg School District Six/ USC Columbia
I am Haleigh Kirkland, a South Carolina Educator at Paul M. Dorman High School in Roebuck, South Carolina. I am currently pursuing a Doctorate of Education in ED Curriculum and Instruction with a concentration in Educational Technology at USC Columbia. I received my undergraduate... Read More →


Friday October 22, 2021 9:00am - 11:00am EDT
MR203 Myrtle Beach Convention Center

9:00am EDT

WORKSHOP 169 - Is That a Robot Which I See Before Me? Reinforcing Shakespeare with Robots!
Limited Capacity seats available

Educators in this hands-on seminar will compete in a series of robotics-based challenges to demonstrate proficiency and understanding of one literary unit and one unit aligned with U.S. History content standards. The objective of the activities is to underscore the benefits of utilizing available robotics technology in a variety of unconventional settings. Wonder Workshop and Sphero Mini robots will be featured. *$10 FEE REQUIRED TO ATTEND - PAYMENT CAN BE MADE AT REGISTRATION COUNTER*

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Susan Porter-Voss

English and literature instructor, Hannah Pamplico High School / Florence County School District Two


Friday October 22, 2021 9:00am - 11:00am EDT
MR209 Myrtle Beach Convention Center

10:15am EDT

43 - Point Processing and Digital Formative Assessment Strategies
Limited Capacity seats available

Come experience ways to get your students to point process during the lesson. Being intentional about when to stop and think can help increase your students' understanding of the material. We will also cover some digital formative assessment strategies to help check-in on your students' thinking as well as gather data to further drive the learning process.

Speakers
avatar for Erin Trahan

Erin Trahan

Instructional Coach, Mooresville High School
My name is Caty Carmendy, and I am the Instructional Coach of Mooresville High School. I have previously been teacher of the year and teacher of the month. I also have an extensive amount of experience as a technology liaison with other school districts to help with 1:1 or other technology... Read More →


Friday October 22, 2021 10:15am - 11:15am EDT
MR101 Myrtle Beach Convention Center

10:15am EDT

54 - 3D Printing in the Classroom: The Process of Electronic Makerspace from Start to Finish
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Have you wanted to get into 3D Printing in the classroom, but you don't know how to get started? Perhaps you think that it is above your students' skill levels. In this session, I will break down the process of using the Engineering Design Process to go from concept to finished product in the K-12 classroom. We will look at some low-cost options to get your kids started without breaking the bank.

Speakers
avatar for Keith Porter

Keith Porter

Teacher, Ebinport Elementary School
Keith L. Porter is a current 5th grade teacher in the Rock Hill School District of Rock Hill, SC. He has a Masters in History and is certified in Elementary Education with a Social Studies and Middle Level Social Studies add-on. When he is not teaching, he is running his side business... Read More →



Friday October 22, 2021 10:15am - 11:15am EDT
MR106 Myrtle Beach Convention Center