AGENDA: 09/23/2019



09/23/2019 09:00 AM - 11:00 AM Meeting Room 104 - 105
George PhilhowerSuperintendent, Western Wayne Schools
Designing for Learning: Are your students ready for what’s next?

Honing in on our best hopes for every student’s future sets true north for learning for every educator, student, community member and parent.  Beginning with the end in mind gives purpose to our work and to our plans for learning every day.

  • How do we know we are preparing students to be successful when they leave our classrooms? Our grade-level pods? Our schools? Our districts? 

  • What attributes do our students need to be prepared for success in what comes next? When will they be developed? How will they be developed? 

In this preconference you are in charge of your learning. We’ll frame this Designing for Learning session using three questions about a ‘profile of a learner/graduate’. You’ll decide where you want to go deeper.

Why is it worth it? 

  • How do we design a profile of an ideal learner/graduate? How do we go about engaging our community stakeholders in conversations about the attributes they expect our students to have once they leave us?  

  • How can we systematically integrate development of our profile attributes into the day-to-day operations of their schools? 

  • How will our students develop these attributes? How will we know they are developing these attributes? What will we do if they aren’t?


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George Philhower

Superintendent
Western Wayne Schools Bio +
  • Audience: General Information session - intended for everyone
  • Grade Level Focus: k-12
  • Workshop

09/23/2019 11:30 AM - 12:15 PM Horner Hall Keynote
Office of Innovation For Education -Learning Design and Innovation Leaders, OIE
Welcome to Summit 2019!

Opening message from Denise Airola and Secretary Key.


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Office of Innovation For Education -

Learning Design and Innovation Leaders
OIE Bio +
  • Audience: General Information session - intended for everyone
  • Grade Level Focus: k-12
  • Keynote Session

09/23/2019 12:30 PM - 01:15 PM Horner Hall Keynote
A.J. JulianiDirector of Learning and Innovation, Centennial School District
Keynote: Intentional Innovation for Leaders: How to Guide Risk-Taking, Build Creative Capacity, and Lead Change

As the world changes, how do we educate differently so students, teachers, and staff are empowered to thrive in this environment? In this new talk from bestselling author A.J. Juliani, you’ll learn a clear process to guide risk-taking and lead change so you can be intentional about innovation in your classroom, school, and life. Juliani shows why we need intentional innovation and how to implement it effectively using the PLASMA framework:

  • What to Praise, Look For, and Assess

  • Support What is Different

  • Make Time for Creative Work

  • Allow for the New and Unknown

You’ll also gain insights on celebrating failing and learning, creating conditions for creativity, and leading the change. Whether you are a technology and innovation coach, a teacher, or an administrator, Intentional Innovation will motivate you to take risks, be up to date on the latest research, and manage strong working relationships designed to help students succeed beyond school doors. It’s not just about technology for change, but about fostering relationships to motivate, inspire, and challenge us to step out and lead in a future that is exciting and unknown.
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A.J. Juliani

Director of Learning and Innovation
Centennial School District Bio +
  • Audience: General Information session - intended for everyone
  • Grade Level Focus: k-12
  • Keynote Session

09/23/2019 01:30 PM - 02:00 PM Meeting Room 103
Clarendon School of Innovation / Student Leadership Team
Student Voice - Student Leadership
Part of our innovation process was a multi-stakeholder council that included several of our current and former students. One of our innovations was to implement a Student Leadership team that would work along side of the school's Building Leadership Team. Several of the students on the team has participated in the Student Voice Institute sponsored by the Arkansas Leadership Academy. Students will be presenting their experiences at Student Voice and how that has been incorporated into our school.
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Clarendon School of Innovation / Student Leadership Team

Student Presentation
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09/23/2019 01:30 PM - 02:00 PM Meeting Room 104 - 105
Jasper High School
Flexible Scheduling and Blended Learning from the Student's Perspective
In this session, Jasper High School students will share the journey of how their school broke with tradition and transformed their school to a School of Innovation.  Students will share their views on flexible scheduling, personalized learning, using a blended curriculum, and how they were empowered as students to develop and lead in this transformation.  Students will share their personal stories and the impact this change has had on them educationally.  
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Jasper High School

Student Presentation
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09/23/2019 01:30 PM - 02:00 PM Meeting Room 201
Tyronza Elementary
Innovative Learning in a Rural Community

Tyronza Elementary was identified as a School of Innovation in the 2018-2019 school year.   The student focused goals guided the development of every component within the learning environment. Students will discuss the development, implementation, and maintenance required to meet each goal of innovation.  School wide goals included the opportunity for middle school students to take a foreign language for high school credit, growing and maintaining a school garden to supplement the cafeteria while expanding agricultural and business knowledge, and digital citizenship/computer technology to develop high level presentations, broadcasts, and community based projects.


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Tyronza Elementary

Student Presentation
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09/23/2019 01:30 PM - 02:00 PM Meeting Room 203
Parkway Elementary, Bryant Public Schools
Student-Driven, Real-World Learning in Broadcast Journalism
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Students who enroll in the Parkway Elementary broadcast journalism team aren’t just studying the news, they’re reporting it!  After spending several weeks at the beginning of each school year learning to write quality news stories, use the green screen, and tell meaningful stories through video creation, news team students take complete responsibility for writing, filming, editing, and producing the news for our school community. You’ll find them “on air” with school officials and community members as well as “anchoring” from behind a desk. What students gain from this experience is immeasurable - self confidence, insight, and a thriving interest in current events. 


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Parkway Elementary, Bryant Public Schools

Student Presentation
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09/23/2019 01:30 PM - 02:00 PM Meeting Room 205
LISA Academy
Innovative STEM Team Wins National Solar Car Race
The LISA Academy Solar Car 18-19 team will share their experiences in modifying, adapting, coding, and ultimately winning 5th place in the nation in the Solar Car Challenge in Fort Worth, Texas.  This team lit a fire under younger students, the community, and the faculty to grow in their STEM knowledge. As a STEM focused team they continually innovated throughout the process. They will additionally share plans for the future.
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LISA Academy

Student Presentation
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09/23/2019 01:30 PM - 02:00 PM Meeting Room 204
Cross County High School
Innovative opportunities provided by my school that allow me to take ownership of my education.
What makes us want to learn? In our session we will explore the innovative methods Cross County High School is implementing to allow students to take more ownership of their education. We will explore topics such as project based learning, the writing center, virtual internships, and impact of real world connections. This will be a panel style presentation, made up of students 8th - 12th grade.
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Cross County High School

Student Presentation
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09/23/2019 01:30 PM - 02:00 PM Meeting Room 102
Wynne Intermediate
This school shines!
Are you looking for ways for students to become independent learners and step out of their comfort zone?  Would you like to find creative ways to introduce students to new ideas and experiences? Our session is the place to learn how to incorporate blended learning, Google Classroom, SPARC Clubs, and individualized learning plans and goals. Wynne Intermediate School of innovation is the place to be!
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Wynne Intermediate

Student Presentation
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09/23/2019 01:30 PM - 02:00 PM Meeting Room 206
Trice Elementary Renaissance Magnet School
Project-Based Learning: Academic Journeys at Trice Elementary

The guiding principle for Trice Elementary Renaissance Magnet School is based on Leonardo Da Vinci's words that knowledge must be applied and mastery is accomplished by doing. To meet the challenge of creating a learning environment that is “robust and relevant to the real world,” Trice uses its rich heritage as a visual and performing arts magnet school to approach learning through Project-Based learning opportunities that are hands-on, practical, and product driven.  In this presentation students will discuss their academic journeys through the Project Based Learning which prepares them to become young adults ready to face challenges in an ever changing world.


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Trice Elementary Renaissance Magnet School

Student Presentation
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09/23/2019 01:30 PM - 02:00 PM Meeting Room 202
Pangburn High School
Promoting internships, career certifications and college experiences for all students
 Using a flexible schedule to promote internships, career certifications and college experiences:
Pangburn High School students will lead a session on how they have benefited from a flexible schedule. The session will include a variety of students from Pangburn High School, who will discuss student advocacy to promote their own individualized pathway of success. If you are looking for ways to offer meaningful experiences for all of your secondary students, this session is not to be missed!

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Pangburn High School

Student Presentation
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09/23/2019 01:30 PM - 02:00 PM Meeting Room 207
Pangburn Schools
Innovative Curriculum Extension Clubs, Passion Projects, and Student Led Conferencing in Elementary and Middle School
Promoting Innovative Curriculum Extension Clubs, Student Led Conferencing, and Passion Projects in Elementary and Middle School.  
Pangburn Middle and Elementary Students will discuss how club time has been incorporated into the school day at the 3-4 grade level to give student choice in the curriculum. Students in 5-6 grade will present passion projects that were created through a "passion time" scheduled.  A mock student led conference will show how Pangburn Elementary has turnred the traditional parent teacher conference into a conference led by students to promote student advocacy.

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Pangburn Schools

Student Presentation
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09/23/2019 02:15 PM - 04:00 PM Meeting Room 203
Martha DodsonPrincipal, Sonora Middle School, Springdale, AR
Personalized Approaches in Middle Level Advisory Programs
This session will focus on the use of the advisory program to launch Sonora Middle School's CAMP STRONG. CAMP STRONG teaches the components of SMS-STRONG (Seeking greatness, Taking chances, Respect ourselves & others, Never giving up and Giving Back). SMS Advisory program is a blend of a strong personalized advisory program that embraces the new ADE "G.U.I.D.E. for Life" skills (Grit, Understanding, Interaction, Decisions, Empathy) for personal success with Primetime Enrichment Clubs & RTI. 
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Martha Dodson

Principal
Sonora Middle School, Springdale, AR Bio +
  • Audience: General Information session - intended for everyone
  • Grade Level Focus: 6-8
  • Workshop

09/23/2019 02:15 PM - 04:00 PM Meeting Room 102
Amanda PerryDigital Learning Specialist, Team Digital
Advancing your Classroom to Student-Focused Learning

Are you ready to transform your classroom into the optimum blended learning powerhouse of teaching and learning? This session will lay the foundation by defining blended learning and ways to promote a positive culture through routines and procedures, peer accountability, and growth mindset. Bring a device and join us as we learn about transforming to student-focused while you experience a blended workshop setting! 

Participants will leave this session able to:

  • Define blended learning.
  • Promote a culture that places students at the center of learning.
  • Develop routines and procedures to foster an effective student-focused learning environment.


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Amanda Perry

Digital Learning Specialist
Team Digital Bio +
  • Audience: Deeper Dive for teachers
  • Grade Level Focus: k-12
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09/23/2019 02:15 PM - 04:00 PM Meeting Room 202
Anita TurnerPrincipal, Northside Elementary School, Rogers Arkansas
Personalized Learning - LIGHTING A FIRE for implementation
Participants will experience tools and processes to move past theories of personalized learning to implementation in the classroom. Starting with a definition of personalized learning and moving to processes that are useful to engage educators in implementation. Ideas will be shared on how to provide educator voice and how to LIGHT A FIRE with educators by empowering all to personalize implementation within their classrooms and grade levels. We will examine how to use the learning standards to create lines of learning that LIGHT A FIRE for all learners. Academic facilitators and classroom teachers will share the process that is being used at Northside Elementary to personalize learning for all. 
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Anita Turner

Principal
Northside Elementary School, Rogers Arkansas Bio +
  • Audience: General Information session - intended for everyone
  • Grade Level Focus: PreK-5
  • Workshop

09/23/2019 02:15 PM - 04:00 PM Meeting Room 204
Amy BellProgram Coordinator for Education Unleashed, EAST Initiative
Growing Students through Community Connections the EAST Way

EAST strategically connects students with their community to foster learning and engagement.  Discover how the EAST model of community involvement helps to develop 21st century skills, as well as greater student ownership and independence in learning. Leave with simple practices to connect your students to the community, raise awareness of community issues and challenges, and increase soft skills.


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Amy Bell

Program Coordinator for Education Unleashed
EAST Initiative Bio +
  • Audience: General Information session - intended for everyone
  • Grade Level Focus: k-12
  • Workshop

09/23/2019 02:15 PM - 04:00 PM Meeting Room 205
Kerri WhiteArkansas/Louisiana Technical Assistance Coordinator, South Central Comprehensive Center at the University of Oklahoma
Reimagine Professional Growth with Next Generation Professional Learning Practices

Next Generation Professional Learning for Impact© (NGPLI) practices provide educators with the types of learning experiences that are likely to result in effective instruction and positive impact on student outcomes. Over the last year, in partnership with educators across the region, we’ve been exploring which practices are making an impact. We will share what we are learning – in real time through cycles of inquiry – alongside these educators. Join us to find out how you can apply very simple changes to your professional learning experiences to enhance effectiveness and encourage educator voice and choice in professional growth!


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Kerri White

Arkansas/Louisiana Technical Assistance Coordinator
South Central Comprehensive Center at the University of Oklahoma Bio +
  • Audience: Deeper Dive for leaders
  • Grade Level Focus: k-12
  • Workshop

09/23/2019 02:15 PM - 02:45 PM Meeting Room 103
Clarendon School of Innovation / Student Leadership Team
Student Voice - Student Leadership
Part of our innovation process was a multi-stakeholder council that included several of our current and former students. One of our innovations was to implement a Student Leadership team that would work along side of the school's Building Leadership Team. Several of the students on the team has participated in the Student Voice Institute sponsored by the Arkansas Leadership Academy. Students will be presenting their experiences at Student Voice and how that has been incorporated into our school.
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Clarendon School of Innovation / Student Leadership Team

Student Presentation
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09/23/2019 02:15 PM - 02:45 PM Meeting Room 104 - 105
Jasper High School
Flexible Scheduling and Blended Learning from the Student's Perspective
In this session, Jasper High School students will share the journey of how their school broke with tradition and transformed their school to a School of Innovation.  Students will share their views on flexible scheduling, personalized learning, using a blended curriculum, and how they were empowered as students to develop and lead in this transformation.  Students will share their personal stories and the impact this change has had on them educationally.  
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Jasper High School

Student Presentation
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09/23/2019 02:15 PM - 02:45 PM Meeting Room 201
Tyronza Elementary
Innovative Learning in a Rural Community

Tyronza Elementary was identified as a School of Innovation in the 2018-2019 school year.   The student focused goals guided the development of every component within the learning environment. Students will discuss the development, implementation, and maintenance required to meet each goal of innovation.  School wide goals included the opportunity for middle school students to take a foreign language for high school credit, growing and maintaining a school garden to supplement the cafeteria while expanding agricultural and business knowledge, and digital citizenship/computer technology to develop high level presentations, broadcasts, and community based projects.


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Tyronza Elementary

Student Presentation
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09/23/2019 02:15 PM - 02:45 PM Meeting Room 207
ALLPS
Meeting the Needs of ALL Students at ALLPS School of Innovation
ALLPS School of Innovation (Agee Lierly Life Preparation Services) is a high school serving Fayetteville School District students. At ALLPS, students have unique and personalized opportunities based on their needs, including competency based testing, JAG, Flexible scheduling, an Open entry/Open Exit system, virtual and night school, career and college pathways, and a relationship based mentoring and intervention program. ALLPS is in its 4th year as an Arkansas School of Innovation and has a history of serving students whose needs are not met by traditional programs. Learn how innovation can help you meet the needs of many from current ALLPS students! 

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ALLPS

Student Presentation
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09/23/2019 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM Meeting Room 206
Keri RathbunPrincipal, Northside High School, Fort Smith Public Schools
Grit, Goals and Graduation
Grit, Goals and Graduation is an opportunity for students to experience going to a real conference. From choosing which sessions to attend, listening to a key note speaker and even eating a box lunch, "3G" allows students to learn more than math, reading and writing. Students choose what they want to learn and who they want to learn from based on their interests. Through the partnership of local businesses, entrepreneurs, college representatives, and sometimes their own teachers, students find out about careers, their community, learn life skills and more! 
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Keri Rathbun

Principal
Northside High School, Fort Smith Public Schools Bio +
  • Audience: General Information session - intended for everyone
  • Grade Level Focus: 9-12
  • Breakout Session

09/23/2019 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM Meeting Room 103
Matt MorningstarPrincipal, Holt Middle School/Fayetteville Public Schools
Wear your feelings on your sleeve and take things personal!
Join this session and see where Holt Middle School has been, where we are now, and what's next in our journey to personalize learning.  You will leave this session with learner disposition definitions (how to get there), flexible learning space ideas (Integrity Cards), flex time ideas (master schedule templates & activities), Learner Profile template and more!  This session will give you at least one thing to try when you return to your building.
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Matt Morningstar

Principal
Holt Middle School/Fayetteville Public Schools Bio +
  • Audience: General Information session - intended for everyone
  • Grade Level Focus: 6-8
  • Breakout Session

09/23/2019 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM Meeting Room 104 - 105
J. Eric WilsonCEO & President, Noble Impact
The Game of School vs. The Game of Life

Does winning in the Game of School prepare students to win in the Game of Life? Using game theory as a framework, we will unlock the hidden structure inside our schools and see why students, teachers, and parents push back against new initiatives. To help visualize the future game we must prepare students for, Eric will give the audience a glimpse of the innovations on the horizon, including income share agreement models as an alternative to college, job automation, and universal basic income.


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J. Eric Wilson

CEO & President
Noble Impact Bio +
  • Audience: General Information session - intended for everyone
  • Grade Level Focus: k-12
  • Breakout Session

09/23/2019 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM Meeting Room 207
Kate SommervilleProfessional Development Specialist, Institute for Personalized Learning
Moving Beyond Engagement to Truly Empower Learners
In education, we are constantly searching for ways to engage the students in our classrooms.  Too often, though, educators feel the need to jump from subject to subject, task to task, without providing learners the opportunity to chase their questions and explore their inquiries and curiosities. Those moments, when we cut off learning, is the tipping point towards empowerment. In this session, participants will discover ways to move beyond compliance and engagement in order to truly empower learners. Come discover what happens when we allow learners to own the learning in their classroom!

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Kate Sommerville

Professional Development Specialist
Institute for Personalized Learning Bio +
  • Audience: General Information session - intended for everyone
  • Grade Level Focus: K-12
  • Breakout Session

09/23/2019 04:15 PM - 05:15 PM Meeting Room 205
Jon LaffoonSuperintendent, Star City School District
Leading a Culture of Change
This session is a predecessor to creating innovative change. Learn from an experienced educational leader on what will make innovation "stick". Jon will create a roadmap for change with Eight (8) Concrete Steps for leading successful innovation and share his experience in a culture of change.
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Jon Laffoon

Superintendent
Star City School District Bio +
  • Audience: Deeper Dive for leaders
  • Grade Level Focus: k-12
  • Breakout Session

09/23/2019 04:15 PM - 05:15 PM Meeting Room 206
Dr. Bill MorelanEDLD Program Director, ATU, Arkansas Tech University
Jeopardy or Shark Tank - An Introduction to DOK
LIGHTING A FIRE to transform learning requires increasing academic rigor. But what does "rigor" mean and how can we increase it? In this session, we'll explore Norman Webb's Depth of Knowledge schema, learn what it is and is not, and discover ways it can be used to provide deeper learning for your students. Helpful tools include Eric Francis' Game Show analogy, links to Karin Hess' application guides, and specific examples for ELA, Math, Science, Social Studies, and Fine Arts. 
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Dr. Bill Morelan

EDLD Program Director, ATU
Arkansas Tech University Bio +
  • Audience: General Information session - intended for everyone
  • Grade Level Focus: 9-12
  • Breakout Session

09/23/2019 04:15 PM - 05:15 PM Meeting Room 204
Susan HarrimanExecutive Director, ForwARd Arkansas
A Creative Partnership for Arts Integration

A creative, collaborative arts integration program in the Springdale School District (SSD) will be shared by panel members. Panel members will represent SSD, University of Arkansas School of Art, and the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. The panel will be moderated by ForwARd Arkansas. Discussion will address our diverse, collaborative partnership, overview of arts integration as a learning tool, community planning process, and a short demonstration of how an artist might work with a teacher.


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Susan Harriman

Executive Director
ForwARd Arkansas Bio +
  • Audience: General Information session - intended for everyone
  • Grade Level Focus: k-12
  • Breakout Session

09/23/2019 04:15 PM - 05:15 PM Meeting Room 201
Kate SommervilleProfessional Development Specialist, Institute for Personalized Learning
Mentor Session - Moving Beyond Engagement to Truly Empower Learners
In education, we are constantly searching for ways to engage the students in our classrooms.  Too often, though, educators feel the need to jump from subject to subject, task to task, without providing learners the opportunity to chase their questions and explore their inquiries and curiosities. Those moments, when we cut off learning, is the tipping point towards empowerment. In this session, participants will discover ways to move beyond compliance and engagement in order to truly empower learners. Come discover what happens when we allow learners to own the learning in their classroom!

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These 30 minute sessions are one-on-one or small group meetings between presenters and attendees. Each meeting is limited to 15 participants.
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Kate Sommerville

Professional Development Specialist
Institute for Personalized Learning Bio +
  • Audience: General Information session - intended for everyone
  • Grade Level Focus: K-12
  • Mentor Session

09/23/2019 04:15 PM - 05:15 PM Meeting Room 102
Jim RickabaughSenior Advisor, Institute for Personalized Learning
Is Your Classroom Designed for Learning? How to Tell and Why It Matters
Unless we redesign the intersection of learning and teaching, we will never achieve the outcomes and the level of excellence our communities, economy, and society expect and need from our schools. The good news is that there are educators across the country who are making this shift to a learner-centered ecosystem. This session will cover what it means to be a learner-centered classroom and the research that supports it. Participants will leave the session with useful ideas and practical strategies they can use to begin or continue this urgent and important journey.
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Jim Rickabaugh

Senior Advisor
Institute for Personalized Learning Bio +
  • Audience: General Information session - intended for everyone
  • Grade Level Focus: k-12
  • Breakout Session

09/23/2019 04:15 PM - 05:15 PM Meeting Room 104 - 105
Buddy BerrySuperintendent, Eminence Independent Schools
Creating the Coolest Lessons Ever!

This session is a guide for how to better engage students through making your lessons awesome. Participants will hear numerous examples of how to make their learning, lessons, and “Teacher Street Cred” rise instantly. This a must for those looking to breathe new life into their classrooms. Don’t miss out on the culminating, hands-on workshop experience that everyone will be talking about.


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Buddy Berry

Superintendent
Eminence Independent Schools Bio +
  • Audience: General Information session - intended for everyone
  • Grade Level Focus: k-12
  • Breakout Session

09/23/2019 04:15 PM - 05:15 PM Meeting Room 207
Sonny MaganaDr. Sonny Magana, Magana Education
Becoming a T2 Transformational Innovator

Description:In this session participants will engage in a deeper discussion on how to implement the elements and strategies in the T2) Transformational Innovation Domain. The precise sequence of strategies in this domain were shown to have an effect size of ES=1.6, which is equivalent to quadrupling student achievement (Magana & Marzano, 2014). Participants will learn how to begin the process of masterfully implementing and evaluating the impact of T2.1) Production, and T2.2) Contribution on student achievement and well-being.

 

Outcomes:

·     Understand and be able to describe the differences between T1) Translational Technology Use and T2) Transformational Technology Use;

·     Develop a plan for implementing the T2.1) Production and T2.2) Contribution strategies in your classroom or school; and

·     Begin to develop a plan for evaluating the impact of the Elements T2.1) Production, and T2.2) Contribution on students’ achievement in your classroom or school. 


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Sonny Magana

Dr. Sonny Magana
Magana Education Bio +
  • Audience: General Information session - intended for everyone
  • Grade Level Focus: k-12
  • Workshop


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