Session 1 - 9:30-10:30

Title: iPads in Primary Grades
Room: Keystone
Strand: Integration
Grade Level: PreK-2 (Early Childhood)

Description: Teaching using iPads in primary grades is a great way to engage students in the content you're covering. The session will first focus on how to setup iPads for K-2 students, establishing rules for student use, and some basic things younger students need to know about using an iPad. We will then look at apps for math, reading, spelling, coding, collaboration, flipped classrooms, and even creating stop motion video. Apps and tools featured include "OSMO"(reading and math), "Tiggly"(reading and math), "The Foos"(coding), "Big Brainz"(math), "Spelling City", "Google Classroom"(flipped classroom), and "Stop Motion Studio Pro". Session participants will get a chance to work hands on with some of these apps and tools.

Presenter: Dan Morrow is the Technology Integration Specialist and Concert Band Director at Corpus Christi Catholic School. Dan holds a Master of Music in Music Technology and is a Google Certified Educator. He has taught in both public and private schools for the past 14 years. His experience includes teaching at different cyber-charter schools where he gained experience and an interest in education technology.

Title: Microsoft OneNote for Communication and Collaboration
Room: Dogwood
Strand: Integration
Grade Level: 6-12

Description: The versatility and power of Microsoft OneNote makes it a vital tool for students in a digital environment. We will demonstrate the robust features that OneNote has to offer, including tags, annotation, photos, checklists, and the powerful search capabilities that puts it above Google Drive for student notes. Examples will be shared for how OneNote and OneNote Class Notebook are currently being used in the classroom for not only notes but for student collaboration and communication.

Presenters: John Sengia is an Instructional Technology Specialist for the Spring Grove Area School District and has presented at PETE & C and the 2014 and 2015 CAIU iPad Summits. John spent 13 years as a science teacher both at the Middle and High School levels before becoming an Instructional Technology Specialist.

Christian Ehrhart is a Science teacher at Spring Grove Area High School, currently teaching AP and honors biology. Christian has also presented at PETE&C and the 2014 CAIU iPad summit.

Title: Flipping Your Classroom
Room: Juniata
Strand: Integration
Grade Level: PreK-5

Description: Are you frustrated by reteaching lessons to absent students? Do you receive questions from parents about how to do specific mathematical strategies? Do you want more time in your classroom to work with individual students and assess individual learning? If so, the flipped classroom may work for you. Learn how to create a video in Explain Everything and then upload that video to Edpuzzle. Edpuzzle is a website where you can insert any video and make changes to it, including clipping parts off, adding notes, and inserting questions within the video. Learn about the benefits of flipping your lessons and some tips and tricks for flipping lessons with second graders.

Presenters: Heidi Eyster is a second grade teacher at Halifax Elementary School. She have been teaching for 12 years and has had iPads in her classroom for the last 5 years. She was part of the CSIU iPad grant in 2012-2013. This year her district went 1:1 with iPads. She has loved learning how to use them and is so excited now to be able to implement the use of iPads with every student at the same time.

Title: Facilitating the Use of Devices in the Classroom
Room: Friendship
Strand: Integration
Grade Level: 6-12

Description: Technology is an ongoing addition to the educational process. With this addition comes more concerns from teachers, administrators, and parents about managing the students. This session will provide you a personalized document for technology expectations in any classroom, along with advice on how to handle potential managing issues.
Along with classroom technology management, we will also be providing some apps to incorporate into your classroom or school. This includes exploring two coding apps and effective ways on how to use iBooks.
For this session, you will need to download the following apps:
Chirp
Hopscotch
Kodable
Padlet

Presenters: Dana Saporita is a Mathematics Teacher at Dauphin County Technical School. She has taught at DCTS for the past 9 years and taught 2 years in New Jersey. Dana has incorporated technology into two of her courses allowing her to also flip those courses. Without the technology, her curriculum would not be as effective as it is. This is her second time presenting at the iPad Summit.

Jenn O'Donnell is a Mathematics Teacher at Dauphin County Technical School. She has taught at DCTS for the past 10 years. Jenn has incorporated technology into all of her courses. She has one course flipped while the others use technology as an effective resource on a day-to-day basis.This is her second time presenting at the iPad Summit.

Session 2 - 10:45-11:45

Title: Using IPads for Digital Storytelling and Content Creation
Room: Keystone
Strand: Integration
Grade Level: PreK-12

Description: Many times, the use of the iPad does not go beyond browsing the internet and typing papers. But the potential is there for so much more. Come explore the strength of the iPad as a tool for creating digital content including pictures, animations, and video. Participants will examine how to use tools such as Adobe Spark, iMovie and others to create digital content. Then discovers the ways a student can publish their work to the world at large. Finally, participants will take home resources and ideas to use directly in the classroom.

Presenter: Scott Ringkamp currently works for BLaST Intermediate Unit 17 as an Instructional Technology Specialist. Scott holds a bachelors in Education from Millersville and a masters in Instructional Technology from Bloomsburg. He is a Google Certified Educator who provides technology training for teachers and administrators across topics that include Google Apps, social media, and much more. Scott also teaches web design at Penn College as an adjunct instructor. Current projects include integrating Google Apps for Education for IU 17, providing leadership for IU 17’s technology stakeholders group and long-term technology integration plan, and leading the redesign of IU 17’s website. Scott lives in Montoursville PA with his wife, Amy, and son, Benjamin.

Title: Student Engagement through iPad Usage to Enhance Understanding and Interpretation of Literature
Room: Dogwood
Strand: Integration
Grade Level: 6-12

Description: Annotating Literature: Analyzing new or difficult literature is a skill every college bound student needs in order to be successful. Using apps such as Notability to do this increases student engagement and leads to deeper understanding.
iBook Functionality in the Classroom: Struggling readers benefit from their own curiosity when engaged in learning. The functions of iBooks will be demonstrated to show how these students get excited when given the opportunity to utilize anticipatory skills, note taking, and higher order thinking through the use of apps such as google maps, google images, and web browsers.
Using Miscellaneous Apps to Create Student Interest: Students learn when they are having fun. How can we use miscellaneous apps such as a meme creator to demonstrate a student's deeper understanding of a theme? Memes can be fun and promote higher order thinking skills. Other miscellaneous iPad uses, such as Kahoots, will be discussed.

Presenters:
Mrs. Kathy Kisner
Susquenita High School - An Apple Distinguished School
Teaches English III, Creative Writing, Literature & Film, and Intro to Journalism.
She utilizes the 1:1 initiative in all of her classes.

Mrs. Maria Petro
Susquenita High School - An Apple Distinguished School
Teaches English I
Utilizes the iPad to build a strong foundation for success during the freshman year so that technology is integrated throughout their high school career.

Mrs. Christine Garbrick
Susquenita High School - An Apple Distinguished School
Teaches English II, Keystone Literature Readiness, and Yearbook
Challenges students daily to use their resources at hand to extend their learning experience through the 1:1 iPad initiative.

Title: Customizing Learning with iTunes U
Room: Juniata
Strand: Integration
Grade Level: 9-12

Description: iTunes U is a powerful part of Apple’s commitment to education. This section of iTunes is dedicated to providing universal access of educational digital media, lectures and files from various colleges and universities and many other organizations. iTunes U also offers the option for teachers to create their own courses and build a seamless transition into iPad integration. This session is designed to act as a resource for educators who are interested in building their own iTunes U courses. This course will cover instructional design best practices for iTunes U, while also examining the workflow with the help of a student presenter.

Presenter: Mr. Terrance Shepler is an educator who uses technology on a daily basis as tool to deliver content is his classroom. Currently a tenth grade social studies teacher at Susquenita School District, he has has helped to lead the the district in development and integration of technology with a focus on 1:1 iPad use. Terrance has spent the past 4 summers instructing teachers on ways of implementing technology in their own classroom. He is a certified 2016 Apple Teacher. He has been creating U.S History iBooks from digital content available to him on the web. Mr. Shepler has also implemented iTunes U as way to teach his A.P. US History Course. He is thrilled to be in a district that has provided him with the tools to take his students into the technological age that we face today.


Title: Using Osmo across the curriculum
Room: Friendship
Strand: Integration
Grade Level: PreK-5

Description: The use of Osmo educational system across the curriculum has made my students more engaged and involved in their learning . In this presentation you will learn what an Osmo is, how to set it up and use it with the iPad. I will also explain and demonstrate how my students have used the Osmo in conjunction with other apps (app smashing) in every subject from reading, writing, and spelling, to science and social studies.

Presenter: Katie McCarty graduated from Shippensburg University in 2001 with a Bachelor's Degree in Communications. She attended Wilson College in 2008 where she received her K-6 Elementary Education teaching certificate. During her student teaching at Fairview Elementary, she fell in love with third grade and was fortunate enough to be able to obtain a third grade teaching position at St.Stephen's Episcopal School in 2012. Mrs. McCarty is currently the Co-Chair of the school's technology committee and has played a major part in updating the school's technology. She has lead many in-service trainings. Several on the implementation and use of iPads in the classroom. As well as the use of our ten school Osmo systems. She is also an official Osmo Ambassador. In her free time she loves to play volleyball, be outdoors, and spend time with her family .


Title: What’s New at Apple
Room: Board
Strand: Technical
Grade Level: PreK-12

Description: Find out how the latest Apple products can support learning and teaching in your school or district. You'll discover new tools and features in iOS 10 that are ideal for education, including Shared iPad, the Classroom app, and Apple School Manager. At this session designed for technology staff, you’ll discover what's new at Apple, meet your Apple team, ask questions, and explore the latest products and solutions Apple offers for education.

Presenters: PA Apple Education Team


Session 3 – 12:45 – 1:45

Title: Google Apps on Your iPad
Room: Keystone
Strand: Integration
Grade Level: PreK-12

Description: Get hands-on with the Google Apps on the iPad. In this session we will discussion Google-iPad workflows to help you transform your teaching and make Google Drive the digital hub of your classroom. We will explore the Google apps available on the iPad, as well as, tips and tricks and additional recommended apps that are good for any classroom. We’ll dig into Google Drive, Docs, Slides and Sheets on iOS, and also will explore Google Classroom, Google Search, Keep, Photos, Spaces, Google Earth, Google Plus, and more.

Presenter: Dr. James Beeghley is an educational technologist, a blogger, podcaster and expert in using technology to teach social studies with a particular interest in the American Civil War. Jim is a Google Certified educator and frequently gives keynotes, presentations, and leads workshops on numerous related to educational technology.


Title: Do It All with Seesaw!
Room: Dogwood
Strand: Integration
Grade Level: PreK-5

Description: Experience Seesaw, an all-inclusive digital portfolio tool, and learn how it can be easily integrated into any classroom. Find out how Seesaw can help teachers assign work to students, hold students accountable for independent work, and assess student learning. Seesaw brings together many individual apps that you may already be using as well as being a digital portfolio tool.
Students can upload photos, videos, and other creative work, then annotate with drawings and audio. These functionalities promote a reflective practice in students even starting in Kindergarten! One problem many teachers face when mobile devices are available in the classroom is holding students accountable for their time on the device. Within Seesaw, teachers can ask students to submit screenshots of apps they were using and provide quick explanations of their work. There are many “app smashing” capabilities since anything that can be sent to the camera roll is available to be shared on Seesaw. Teachers can quickly and easily collect and assess student work, even providing feedback in audio comments!
Finally, Seesaw also allows teachers to easily communicate instructionally based info to parents! Parents are able to access only their child’s artifacts and leave reinforcing comments. At this point, parents can become part of the learning process.
Join us to hear how 1st and 3rd grade teachers are taking advantage of this fabulous, exciting tool in their classrooms. If you have 1 or 1:1 iPads, you can find examples that will work for your situation. Lots of examples shared!

Presenters: Kristen Henning is the Elementary Instructional Technology Specialist in the Spring Grove Area School District, a former 6th grade Reading and Science teacher.
Alysha Staggers is a 1st grade teacher and Andy Howell is a 3rd grade teacher, both also in the Spring Grove Area School District.

Title: Student-centered lessons using iMovie
Room: Juniata
Strand: Leadership/Integration
Grade Level: 6-12

Description: This presentation will have an emphasis on integrating iMovie to create student-centered lessons. When creating an iMovie trailer or movie, students take control of their own learning while reaching levels 3 and 4 on Webb’s Depth of Knowledge. This session will showcase sample lesson plans, student rubrics, and student-made iMovie projects. Both presenters have successfully integrated iMovie into both the American history and government curriculum. In addition to iMovie, participants will be exposed to other classroom technology features that include Padlet and Google apps.
Presenters: Megan Motto received her B.A. in History and teaching certification from Misericordia University. She earned a Masters of Education in Special Education from Millersville University in 2011. Megan has served as a learning support teacher and is currently the Technology Instructional Coach at Dauphin County Technical School.

Presenter: Jason Wuchter graduated from Bloomsburg University in 2007 with his Bachelor’s degree in Education/History. Jason is currently pursuing his Master’s degree from Wilkes University in Educational Development and Strategies. Jason is currently in his fourth year of teaching at Dauphin County Technical School where he instructs courses in American History II and American Government.

Title: Use Telestory to Create Interactive Fiction and Movies
Room: Friendship
Strand: Integration
Grade Level: PreK-5

Description: The purpose of this session is designed to show teachers how to use the Telestory app in amazing ways within their classroom. Attendees at the session will actually use and create movies using Telestory as part of the session. The attendees will collaborate and work with their colleagues to creatively think and share ideas on how Telestory could be used in a wide variety of educational settings across multiple grade levels. During these discussions, attendees will review and link ISTE teacher and ISTE student standards to the projects they envision creating within a classroom setting using the Telestory app. The developer of this applications website www.launchpadtoys.com describes Telestory as "....an augmented reality video camera that gets kids off the couch to perform and record their own TV shows through creative play." After attending the session, attendees will be able to create digital movies using Telestory. Integrate Telestory into their daily classroom instruction. Link the use of Telestory to a variety of ISTE standards and integrate them into their lesson plans. Share and collaborate with other colleagues how Telestory works and how it can be utilized to improve their instructional activities. The focus of the presentation will to show attendees how they can use Telestory to transform the student learning process to one that is interactive and engaging through the use of this app. I will share multiple stories of success with using Telestory in an educational setting. These experiences include a Kindergarden Teacher from Philadelphia PA who uses this app with her students to learn primary literacy skills and shares the videos with parents to keep them engaged in the learning process. Another success story includes an enrichment teacher I have worked with who uses Telestory with her middle school students as a capstone project for a series of science projects the students complete. These are just two of a series of examples that will clearly show how Telestory has already transformed the way others teach and inspire the attendees to incorporate what they learn into their classroom.

Presenter: Dr. R. Lynn Hummel Jr. Ed. D. is an Assistant Professor of Instructional Technology at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania. His career in education has always involved integrating the best practices of combining the worlds of technology and education. His previous professional positions include: Instructional Technology Specialist, Cooperative Education Coordinator, Assistant Principal and Assistant Superintendent of Schools.


Title: Everyone Can Code
Room: Board
Strand: Technical/Integration
Grade Level: PreK-12

Description: Join us to learn about Everyone Can Code, a program designed to give everyone the power to learn, write, and teach code with Swift. You’ll hear about Swift Playgrounds, a free app for iPad for first-time coders with a complete set of Apple-designed lessons that make getting started fun and interactive, and explore the accompanying teacher guide. You’ll also learn about App Development with Swift, a curriculum for high school and college for Mac that shows students how to create apps from start to finish.

Presenters: PA Apple Education Team

Session 4 - 2:00-3:00

Title: Using Coding And Gaming to Enhance Digital Stories
Room: Friendship
Strand: Integration
Grade Level: PreK-5

Description: Not sure how to bring the world of coding and robotics into your curriculum? I will be sharing project ideas that uses robots, coding and gaming to get students to create their original stories. The digital storytelling process will be shared along with great resources for publication.
I want to share the powerful blend of writing a story and then using digital media to enhance or tell the story. I will share the steps needed to create a digital story. I will share applications and products that I have used with students in bringing their digital stories to life. Digital Storytelling stimulates higher level thinking, creativity and content skills as well as encouraging students to express themselves through their stories. Creating stories for an audience gives students personal ownership. A digital story project covers all 4 areas of the new ISTE standards for students. I will have a variety of robots and games for attendees to explore. Attendees will walk away with resources, ideas, and knowledge of the digital storytelling process.

Presenter: Vicki Treadway is currently an Educational Technology Coach for the Conestoga Valley School District in Lancaster, PA. She has been involved in educational technology for the past 20 years. She has presented at ISTE, state and local conferences and workshops on various educational topics. She's presented on Digital Storytelling at PETE&C. She has presented on Coding and Gaming at ISTE 2016 in Denver, Colorado, the Core Connections to Instruction & Technology Conference 2016 in Reading, PA and the 2016 Teaching, Learning & Technology Summit at Lehigh University. She is a former PA Classrooms for the Future Coach. She is an Executive committee member of the ISTE Digital Storytelling Network. She is a Bloxels Ambassador which allows her to share the product at events like the CAIU's first Tinker Expo (October 2016) and ISTE 2016.

Title: A Tale of Two LMSs : Google Classroom and Schoology
Room: Dogwood
Strand: Integration
Grade Level: 6-12

Description: Not sure whether to use Google Classroom or Schoology with your students? A lot of it depends on what you want to have your students do and how you see yourself monitoring their work. In this session we will look at both of these tools and compare the strengths and weaknesses of each. Classroom examples for the use of each of these tools will be provided, showing details on organizing materials and giving feedback to students. We will also share tips and ideas for getting started with either tool, the common pitfalls we had to overcome, and the ways that instruction has been enhanced in our classrooms.

Presenters: John Sengia is an Instructional Technology Specialist for the Spring Grove Area School District and has presented at PETE & C and the 2014 and 2015 CAIU iPad Summits. John spent 13 years as a science teacher both at the Middle and High School levels before becoming an Instructional Technology Specialist.

Joy Gobrecht is in her second year of teaching 8th grade science at Spring Grove Area Middle School. She utilized Google Classroom last year and is currently using Schoology. Joy previously taught high school chemistry from 1999 to 2007.

Shane Grim teaches 7th grade Social Studies at Spring Grove Area Middle School. He also utilized Google Classroom last year and is currently using Schoology. Shane is currently completing coursework for his Instructional Technology Specialist certification.

Title: Creativity and the iPad
Room: Keystone
Strand: Integration
Grade Level: PreK-12

Description: iPads are powerful tools, but do you know how to integrate digital tasks and mix photos, paint and pixels in your classroom? What about sculpting and creating art?
This session will provide lesson ideas, apps and examples to fire up your students’ creativity, enhance thinking and improve visual literacy. Attendees will have fun in this hands-on session where they will create and play to learn! The session will cover topics such as taking photos and enhancing them, creating movies, sculpting and more.

Presenter: Dr. James Beeghley is an educational technologist, a blogger, podcaster and expert in using technology to teach social studies with a particular interest in the American Civil War. Jim frequently gives keynotes, presentations, and leads workshops on numerous topics including digital citizenship, cyberbullying, Google Apps, educational technology, social media and most especially uses of technology to teach social studies.

Title: Making the Most of Student Response Tools
Room: Juniata
Strand: Integration
Grade Level: PreK-12

Description: Using formative assessment tools with your students, like Plickers, Kahoot, Nearpod, or Socrative? What next? James Popham defines formative assessment as "a planned process in which teachers or students use assessment-based evidence to adjust what they are currently doing." This session will focus on enabling teachers to leverage results/data from Plickers, Kahoot, Nearpod and Socrative. Participants will learn and share various strategies for encouraging higher-order thinking with student response tools and interacting with the data provided by the tools. This is an interactive session which will engage participants in the live use of the tools!

Presenter: Jessica Bailey is the Instructional Technology Coach and ESL Teacher for Clearfield Area School District. She has completed a Masters in Instructional Technology from Bloomsburg University and has her Instructional Technology Specialist Certification. Currently, in Clearfield she is implementing a Tech Cafe monthly session focusing on Technology Tools to Enhance Writing in the Classroom, utilizing technology tools embedded within instructional strategies. She is also helping to effectively integrate Office 365, working with teachers and students using Sway and the Office Tools for collaboration and productivity. She is an enthusiastic participant of PIIC, Pennsylvania Institute for Instructional Coaches, and loves learning about the relationship between literacy and technology.

Title: Apple: Leadership and Learning
Room: Boardroom
Strand: Leadership
Grade Level: PreK-12

Description: Digital learning experiences and mobile devices are changing the education landscape. At this session, we’ll discuss strategies for leading your organization through this transition to create new learning and teaching opportunities. You’ll explore the role of visionary leadership in supporting school transformation and see how new learning resources support emerging trends in education.

Presenter: PA Apple Education Team