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Welcome to the 2017 Upstate Technology Conference!

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8:30 - The New Wave of Assessing Students
8:30 - Create your PLN with Twitter
11:00 - Go Formative - A Cool Digital Assessment System for ALL LEVELS!
12:15 - How to Bring Technology in the Classroom Authentically
12:30 - Blending Up Learning with Blendspace
1:45 - Digital Storytelling with iPads
1:45 - Wizer: Using Blended Worksheets in a 1:1 Classroom
3:00 - Science and Social Studies Stations
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Wednesday, July 12 • 9:45am - 10:45am
Hyperdocs for Every Grade and Every Subject

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If you are looking for new ways to present material and engage your students, HyperDocs can offer that to you. The creators of HyperDocs describe them as, "Digital lessons that you give to students for engaging, inquiry-based learning." HyperDocs provide teachers with ways to engage, explore, explain, apply, share, and enrich. HyperDocs can be used in all subject areas and all grade levels. Whether it is for one lesson or an entire unit, HyperDocs are an excellent place to encourage collaboration, inquiry, and community. This is a learn and create session. The goal is for you to leave having started your first HyperDoc! You will need a laptop, Chromebook, or tablet.
Twitter: @TeachFlanagan

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Hayley Flanagan

Elementary school teacher, Greenville County Schools
I am always willing to try new things that could possible motivate my students to learn. I have taught 2nd, 3rd, and 5th grades. I teach inclusion and work with differentiating on a daily basis. I work at a 1:1 school and LOVE IT! Technology is a tool, not the cure all - teachers... Read More →

Wednesday July 12, 2017 9:45am - 10:45am EDT
  Chromebooks  Flipped Classroom  Google