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Wednesday, October 20
 

12:45pm EDT

172 - High-Flex Classrooms, or Just High Stress? Engaging Learners in the Post-Pandemic Classroom
Limited Capacity seats available

We all thought last school year was the hardest year yet, but so far this one hasn't been a piece of cake either. Teaching in the post-pandemic classroom can still be stressful and overwhelming. During this session, we will look at how to manage students both in-person and virtually with engaging and interactive lessons. Join us to find out how Poly cameras can be true game changers, talk through effective teaching practices, and learn strategies to help connect students in the classroom and at home.

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 12:45pm - 1:45pm EDT
MR106 Myrtle Beach Convention Center
 
Thursday, October 21
 

8:30am EDT

17 - Beyond these four walls- virtual field trips
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

Learn how Virtual Field Trips can enhance student learning and preserve instructional time. Synchronous Virtual field trips provide authentic experiences while addressing content standards and can support learners' needs without leaving the comfort of your school or their home. Join us to learn the value of virtual field trips and how they can support educational goals and standards.

Speakers

Thursday October 21, 2021 8:30am - 9:30am EDT
MR205 Myrtle Beach Convention Center

12:45pm EDT

173 - High-Flex Classrooms, or Just High Stress? Engaging Learners in the Post-Pandemic Classroom
Limited Capacity seats available

We all thought last school year was the hardest year yet, but so far this one hasn't been a piece of cake either. Teaching in the post-pandemic classroom can still be stressful and overwhelming. During this session, we will look at how to manage students both in-person and virtually with engaging and interactive lessons. Join us to find out how Poly cameras can be true game changers, talk through effective teaching practices, and learn strategies to help connect students in the classroom and at home.

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 12:45pm - 1:45pm EDT
MR106 Myrtle Beach Convention Center

12:45pm EDT

182 - Join the Hunt for Quality Digital Resources in the Instruction Hub
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

Teachers can get lost in the world of Google, hunting for high quality, vetted digital resources. Hunt no more! South Carolina DOE has purchased the Instruction Hub by SAFARI Montage for every SC district. Join this session to learn more about the Hub and hear practical stories from the School District of Pickens County, who have used this resource successfully for many years.

Speakers
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Sharon Huff

Assistant Superintendent for Instructional Service, School District of Pickens County


Thursday October 21, 2021 12:45pm - 1:45pm EDT
MR102/103 Myrtle Beach Convention Center

2:00pm EDT

VSS25 - Avaya Cloud Office for Education: Learning that Never Stops
Limited Capacity seats available

Are you curious about the possibilities of moving your voice systems to the Cloud? With today’s challenges and trends in Education, Avaya Office Cloud sets educators up to do what they do best: educate, while providing the technology to take education beyond the school and classroom. Our presentation will follow key members of the learning community through a “Day in the Life” demonstration of the product. Come see how Avaya Cloud Office will transform your organization while reducing the demands on your technical staff and controlling your spend on new technology.

Speakers
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Brian Hartsell

Meridian IT


Thursday October 21, 2021 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT
MR209 Myrtle Beach Convention Center
 
Friday, October 22
 

9:00am EDT

91 - Maximizing the Potential of Technology Initiatives – The Solution You've Been Looking For
Limited Capacity seats available

While overall student access to technology has increased in recent years, it is rarely used to its full potential; most often being used in substitutional ways that fail to provide significant improvements to teaching and learning. Join us as we share our research-based framework for employing systems-level analysis and design theory to help you maximize the potential of technology to change the nature of learning activities and move to more student-centered, active forms of learning.

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 →


Friday October 22, 2021 9:00am - 10:00am EDT
MR101 Myrtle Beach Convention Center

9:00am EDT

WORKSHOP 166 - How to Teach Online Without Losing Your Students (Or Your Mind)
Limited Capacity seats available

The Pandemic of 2020 introduced many, for better or worse, to online learning. In this workshop, we will celebrate the better and fix the worse. You'll learn strategies for increasing student engagement, providing more feedback in less time, and tips and tools for online content creation. Faculty and students in Winthrop's MED in Learning Design and Technology will provide hands on instruction on the use of technology and strategies to help you teach 100% online or hybrid classes. *$10 FEE REQUIRED TO ATTEND - PAYMENT CAN BE MADE AT REGISTRATION COUNTER*

NOTE: Participants will need a computer (Mac or PC) and an SD card to save files from cameras.

Speakers
avatar for Marshall Jones

Marshall Jones

Professor of Learning Design and Technology, Winthrop University
I have been working in the field of Educational Technology for more than 20 years. My areas of expertise include: online learning, instructional design, educational media production, open educational resources and emerging technologies in education. Talk to me about any of those things... Read More →


Friday October 22, 2021 9:00am - 11:00am EDT
MR205 Myrtle Beach Convention Center

10:15am EDT

61 - Chart A New Course: Teaching Essential Skills for Tomorrow's World
Limited Capacity seats available

Explore versatile ideas and digital tools for helping students to navigate in the digital world while building the vital SEL and communication skills they need. Providing a space to connect with our students is critical. Whether in our classrooms or virtually, we can foster connectedness by leveraging the right tools. Empower students as they develop skills essential for their future!

Speakers
avatar for Rachelle Dené Poth

Rachelle Dené Poth

Spanish and STEAM Educator, Consultant, Riverview Jr Sr High School
Rachelle is an edtech consultant, presenter, attorney, author, & Spanish and STEAM Emerging Technology teacher. She has a Juris Doctor Degree , a Master’s in Instructional Technology, and is pursuing a doctorate in Educational Technology. Rachelle is an ISTE Certified Educator... Read More →


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

10:15am EDT

67 - Bringing SC Historic and Cultural Resources to MS and HS Social Studies Classrooms
Limited Capacity seats available

Virtual SC is working on an exciting new program to bring the state's historic and cultural resources into the MS and HS social studies classrooms. We are working to create virtual trips to the state's historic sites that social studies teachers can use with their students. The goal is to bring SC and US history to life with local resources that enrich students' understanding of historical events and developments and support standards-based learning. We would like to encourage the participants in the session to bring their own knowledge of local history and resources, or of topics and themes that they would like to use in their classrooms in the form of virtual fieldtrips. Participants will receive a Google Form to communicate ideas and provide feedback.

Speakers
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Lars Seiler

Instructor and Subject Matter Expert, SC Department of Education - Virtual SC
Eleanore Vaughan loves producing learning objects for VirtualSC students. She came to VirtualSC in 2012 after producing videos for SCETV for many years. David Sease has worked at VirtualSC since 2008 as a Social Studies teacher, instructional designer, learning object designer, and... Read More →


Friday October 22, 2021 10:15am - 11:15am EDT
MR104/105 Myrtle Beach Convention Center