OC Day 3

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Not Yesterday's Classroom

Theme - Flipped Classroom, Blended Learning, and the Common Core

Tally Burkhart Room 3 Bloom's Taxonomy, Common Core, and Web 2.0 Is your textbook missing higher-level questioning? Guide your students to practice the higher levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy with the use of the many Web 2.0 tools that are available today. In turn, your students will also be learning essential analytical skills required by the Common Core.
Alice Chen Room 4 Getting Social - A Classroom without Borders Why use world blogging, video conferencing, and social learning in the classroom? Want to connect with other classrooms around the world but don't know how? Do you want to give all your students a voice but can't in a crowded California classroom? Would you like your students to think more critically and lead in-depth discussions? Learn how you can engage, motivate, and challenge students to surpass their own expectations as learners when you create a classroom without borders.
Joe Donahue Room 7 The Math of Khan (with Apologies to Trekkies) Most educators are aware of the Khan Academy's vast list of instructional videos. But the Khan Academy has an entire program that can be used to help students and teachers monitor and master the full math curriculum. This session will introduce participants to the Khan Academy's powerful programs and will discuss how, along with Google Sites and Forms, educators can flip their classrooms and help students self-direct their math education.
JR Ginex-Orinion Room 6 Blended Learning Environments Extend your student's learning beyond the walls of your classroom.

Lisa Nowakowski Room 2 Teaching with Web 2.0 Tools What are they and how do I use them in my classroom? There are a host of Web 2.0 tools out there and incorporating them into your daily routine is quick and easy. Many of these tools can be used by your students, meeting those ‘Create’ and ‘Publish’ requirements set by CCSS.

Chris Scott Room 5 Design Thinking to Reach the Common Core You’ve got apps. Your students are blogging, podcasting, and editing videos.  You use the latest free web 2.0 sites, but something is missing. How are you going to get students to make meaningful connections to their learning? How are you going to encourage students to apply their learning to real world challenges? This session will take you through the Design Thinking process and tie it all in to meet the Common Core.