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Innovative Learning Institute 2018

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PK-12 All Grade Levels [clear filter]
Tuesday, October 9
 

10:00am PDT

Giving Kids a Reasonable Chance at Success
Based on her best-selling book, Drumming to the Beat of Different Marchers – Finding the Rhythm for Differentiating Learning, Debbie Silver offers her wisdom and humor to answer the question, “How do we engage students who march to the beat of a different drummer?” Debbie discusses how to give students multiple opportunities to internalize information and to show what they understand. She demonstrates how to use components of differentiated learning, technology, and curriculum to maximize instruction for 21st century learners.

Speakers

Tuesday October 9, 2018 10:00am - 10:55am PDT
UVC

10:00am PDT

Ignite! Technology Integration Ideas
This session will focus on school stories and ideas of technology integration and experiences shared through a type of presentation style called Ignite!


Tuesday October 9, 2018 10:00am - 10:55am PDT
UVA

10:00am PDT

SKIE Award: Recognizing Excellence in Teaching
Endowed by Oklahoma Energy Cooperatives and supported through the K20 Board of Advocates, the SKIE (Supporting Innovative Educators) Award was designed to recognize talented teachers who embrace the IDEALS in teaching with technology while highlighting authentic teaching and learning opportunities in each region of the state. Board Members and SKIE Awardees will share insights to help you apply or recruit deserving applicants who can show evidence of their innovative teaching using a simple rubric and short online digital application. Cash awards provided to each regional winner and additional funding for the overall state winner and school. Individuals or teams encouraged to apply for this annual recognition and celebration of teaching and learning in Oklahoma schools.


Tuesday October 9, 2018 10:00am - 10:55am PDT
SNB

11:10am PDT

#areyouahero: School Culture
There is no doubt positive school culture is highly correlated to overall school improvement. This presentation will provide practical and creative ideas for improving relationships and attitudes, cultivating student success, and improving community perceptions about your organization. This presentation is applicable to school leaders and teachers who are motivated to improve climate and lead change. Plus, participants could experience a little fun!


Tuesday October 9, 2018 11:10am - 12:05pm PDT
OKG

11:10am PDT

Fear of Failure: Why Students Stop Trying
Based on her research for her book, Fall Down 7 Times, Get Up 8: Helping Students Succeed, Dr. Debbie Silver explores the phenomena of why both high flyers and struggling learners quit trying. She uses research from Bandura, Vygotsky, and Dweck to support her contention that teaching kids the value of failure is not only helpful, but necessary. Weaving scientific findings with examples and personal anecdotes, Dr. Silver offers a cogent, convincing message to educators about how to use effective feedback to improve learning.

Speakers

Tuesday October 9, 2018 11:10am - 12:05pm PDT
UVC

1:30pm PDT

Beyond Google Basics: How "Suite" It Is!
As Google Suite becomes a more common resource to engage students in the classroom, educators are developing innovative ways to integrate Google Apps into their instruction. Many of these innovations work with app features that go beyond the basic functions of Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Forms. Though invaluable for collaborative and web-based composition, data, presentations, and quizzes, Google Apps can be utilized for more authentic purposes. More sophisticated uses of Google Apps can provide multiple modes of student engagement that are accessible to all learners. Participants will discover intermediate to advanced features they can use with Google Apps to improve or transform their student-driven instructional practices. Additionally, they will be introduced to add-ons and extensions which can add new functions to Google Apps for authentic, engaging student-centered learning experiences.


Tuesday October 9, 2018 1:30pm - 2:25pm PDT
UVC

1:30pm PDT

Digital Playground
Slide down into an Interactive, hands-on space for exploration, collaboration, and demonstration of innovative technology tools. Swing through to see students showcasing a wide variety of devices and accessories. Hop, skip and jump through into the equipment yourself and ask the experts what is the best match for your students' needs.

Speakers

Tuesday October 9, 2018 1:30pm - 2:25pm PDT
UVA and UVB

1:30pm PDT

OKAGE and National Geographic Resources
Learn about the Oklahoma Alliance for Geographic Education (OKAGE) and National Geographic Education in this interactive session focused on the free resources available to classroom teachers. Learn how to become an OKAGE member, as well as how to become a National Geographic Certified Educator and the benefits associated with both. This session is lead by a classroom teacher who is both an OKAGE Teacher Consultant and a National Geographic Certified Educator.


Tuesday October 9, 2018 1:30pm - 2:25pm PDT
OKB

1:30pm PDT

One to One: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
In this session, participants will learn about the good, the bad, and the ugly when it comes to implementing and sustaining a 1:1 program into their district/school. They will hear from a team of educators including classroom teachers, tech specialists, and administrators who how have led the charge in creating a successful 1:1 program in their schools. Participants will leave this session with practical, relevant information about what to do and not do when rolling out a 1:1 program.


Tuesday October 9, 2018 1:30pm - 2:25pm PDT
OKA

1:30pm PDT

Recording Studios: Make ALL Fluency Flourish
How can you create an authentic learning experience with students at all levels? Our school implemented a Recording Studio in every classroom which took our students and teachers to the next level. Through teachers teaching teachers we were able to implement this school-wide in just a few short weeks. Recording studios were equipped with a soundboard, microphone, and iPad stand. In this presentation, teachers will learn how to use technology and hear about various applications that will promote project-based learning versus skills and drills practice. Participants will practice using applications while creating a skill-based lesson that they can take back to their classroom. They will also learn how to set up a recording studio and utilize applications for all fluency practice in the classroom. Participants will see examples of how recording studios have been set up and utilized by our teachers. To end the session, participants will brainstorm ways they can implement a lesson that fits their students needs.


Tuesday October 9, 2018 1:30pm - 2:25pm PDT
OKG

1:30pm PDT

Trauma-Informed Instruction
This session will give an overview of the ACEs study and how it changes children's brain development. In addition, participants will explore how using empathy and other trauma-informed perspectives can start to shift how they view their students and colleagues.

Speakers

Tuesday October 9, 2018 1:30pm - 2:25pm PDT
OKJ

2:35pm PDT

Digital Playground
Slide down into an Interactive, hands-on space for exploration, collaboration, and demonstration of innovative technology tools. Swing through to see students showcasing a wide variety of devices and accessories. Hop, skip and jump through into the equipment yourself and ask the experts what is the best match for your students' needs.

Speakers

Tuesday October 9, 2018 2:35pm - 3:30pm PDT
UVA and UVB

2:35pm PDT

Strategies & Tools You Can Use TOMORROW
As educators, our goal is to provide meaningful and lasting learning for our students. We do this by fostering INQUIRY, CRITICAL THINKING, and REFLECTION. Developing these deep thinking habits might sound lofty, but it can be done in any content area by consistently using simple, research-based strategies.
From the moment you enter this session, you will be immersed in Thinking Routines from Harvard's Project Zero, the Question-Formulation Technique from The Right Question Institute, and purposeful strategies from K20 and Discovery Education These 55 minutes are packed with engaging strategies like 6-word stories, a quote gallery, see-think-wonder, freeze-frame, the QFT, and 2-minute look. There are even strategy mash-ups, like "3 truths and 1 lie" and "snowball fight."
Now, we can't experience EVERY strategy and tool in less than an hour (unless someone has a magic time-extender machine we can borrow...?!). So, participants will be provided with resources and recommendations to help them continue learning even after K20 ILI.


Tuesday October 9, 2018 2:35pm - 3:30pm PDT
UVC