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June 18-19, 2019

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Tuesday, June 18
 

8:00am MDT

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Tuesday June 18, 2019 8:00am - 8:30am MDT
Syracuse High Auditorium

8:30am MDT

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Louise Moulding, PhD, Weber State University
Louise Richards Moulding is a professor of teacher education at Weber State University. She began her career in education as a biology and chemistry teacher, and has served in district and state level administrative positions. Returning to the classroom, even if at the university level, was a happy return to her roots. She holds a Ph.D. from Utah State University in Research and Evaluation Methodology. Her research has focused on teacher self-efficacy and metacognitive development. In addition to teaching, she is the director of the Master of Education program, has responsibility for coordinating the national accreditation process and completing federal reports for the department.

Tuesday June 18, 2019 8:30am - 9:00am MDT
Syracuse High Auditorium

9:10am MDT

Becoming a Teacher Leader
What is leadership?  What does it mean to be a teacher leader?  What knowledge, dispositions, and skills are needed for teacher leadership?  Learn how to grow as a teacher leader so you have the tools to make positive changes for your school culture.
RESOURCES
Every Teacher a Leader by Barbara B. Levin & Lynne Schrum
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/jehall_dsdmail_net/EeNJxpj5kAJOu7dYfFc80PcBtTm8-0hL8CwZj61hnYOilg?rtime=EEi3_EHz1kg

Speakers
JH

Jeni Hall

Bountiful Elementary


Tuesday June 18, 2019 9:10am - 10:10am MDT
Room 1108

9:10am MDT

Concept Mapping in a Bold Classroom
This class will help develop students’ thinking and illuminate how their ideas relate to one another. Using the high-effect size strategy of concept mapping puts students in the driver’s seat, giving them choice about how to organize their thinking. We will share this within a BOLD School framework.

PRESENTATION/RESOURCES
Bold School, by Weston Kieschnick

Speakers
PW

Pam Wood

ELA Coordinator
Level 2 Reading Endorsement, ESL Endorsement
MM

Megan Moench

Valley View Elementary
Reading Endorsement, ESL Endorsement


Tuesday June 18, 2019 9:10am - 10:10am MDT
Room 1216

9:10am MDT

Fun & Creative Art Integrations
This session will give you some tips and trick to easily add visual art into almost any lesson during the planning process! Come and discover how easy it is to create art with your students AND enhance core learning.
RESOURCES

Watercolor pencils - DSD Warehouse sku#01041011 - Crayola 24 CT Watercolor Pencils $3.62
Waterbrush Pens - Amazon - Arteza Water Brush Pen - set of 4 - $9.57
https://www.amazon.com/Arteza-Water-Brush-Pen-Self-moistening/dp/B01G2A8RLU/ref=sr_1_8?keywords=water+brush+pens+arteza+bulk&qid=1559750509&s=gateway&sr=8-8 


https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/kafrancis_dsdmail_net/EeZdcg9jEDdFjVCmWlKB8mYBODD4K1EudBbumBQPfdqsFQ?e=BxQh7W

Speakers
KF

Katie Francis

BTSALP Visual Art Instructional Coach


Tuesday June 18, 2019 9:10am - 10:10am MDT
Room 1228

9:10am MDT

Organize Your Teacher Life with Canvas
In this session teachers will learn how to organize their canvas course, how the calendar tool works on the teacher and student end, and why modules are the best place to start with Canvas.



Speakers
DS

Dani Sloan

Utah Education Network
M.Ed, CETL


Tuesday June 18, 2019 9:10am - 10:10am MDT
LAB 1304

9:10am MDT

Quick Accommodations for All Learners
Identify and use strategies to for having tests and assignments read aloud and shortened assignments.  The strategies will cover the following instructional contexts: Online content, iPads, Microsoft Word, PDF's, and Paper based content.
RESOURCES
Hit Refresh, by Satya Nadella
https://sway.office.com/oCsdXBHO5FrSAjqD?ref=Link

Speakers
EE

Erek Engar

Special Education
BO

Bradie Ormond

Special Education


Tuesday June 18, 2019 9:10am - 10:10am MDT
Room 1105

9:10am MDT

Setting up for Student Success: Planning a Blended Classroom
This class will introduce you to the rotation model based on Bold School teaching.  You will be able to participate in rotations and receive ideas on how to plan for students to track their progress and set goals, deepen their understanding, and use technology as a tool to help support their learning.  

RESOURCES
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:f:/g/personal/stburns_dsdmail_net/EkJY4F94Y1FDmJWelBc62sABt5dD1Xh7-ZjTG_Ro6d286g?e=56gt9F

Speakers
SB

Stephanie Burns

Snow Horse Elementary


Tuesday June 18, 2019 9:10am - 10:10am MDT
Room 1110

9:10am MDT

ST Math: I Have Data, Now What?
ST Math is not just a fun app for students to play with, but it’s an amazing resource for teaching material, assessments and data. Together we will explore how to use all of those resources and to best take advantage of all the data.
RESOURCES
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/msaine_dsdmail_net/EaqdeeB8loNJkKPLXobd9zMBDjcdfAa3snCxEM7vFlpjpg 

https://1drv.ms/p/s!AsPqgZFqNyPfhfxswYhIGotnjB004g?e=QVlBZs


Speakers
AS

Alejandro Saine

Sand Springs Elementary
M.A. in English, KSL Teacher of the Week


Tuesday June 18, 2019 9:10am - 10:10am MDT
Room 1112

9:10am MDT

Teaching Current Science Curriculum Using the New 3D Models and Strategies
Learn how to incorporate 3D science strategies and methods into your current science curriculum in preparation for the upcoming changes in science standards. Focus will be on structuring lessons to help students gather information about their world, reason to explain phenomenon, and communicate their explanations to others.  Science and Engineering Practices and Cross-Cutting Concepts will be emphasized.

RESOURCES
Teaching Science is Phenomenal; Using Phenomena to Engage Students in Three-Dimensional Science Performances Consistent with the NRC Framework and NGSS  by Brett Moulding
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:f:/g/personal/ewiser_dsdmail_net/ElRjZLaQLGhFlG668W8g8ZUBcTWRUyiI2ZuPwwIpzciPTg?e=vdSUj3

https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/ewiser_dsdmail_net/EY4Pnuz3euVIgWU3DbOqenkB4YhSZIaSHqml7MOLqZ_cIQ?e=PMwnOb

Speakers
LW

Liz Wiser

Bountiful Elementary
Best of Davis Award 2019, Elementary STEM Endorsement, Davis Leading EDGEucator, PLTW Lead Teacher


Tuesday June 18, 2019 9:10am - 10:10am MDT
Room 1208

9:10am MDT

The Engineering Design Process for Elementary Students
Engineering is an important component of STEM. But what should it look like in the K-6 classroom? In this session, participants will learn the importance of elementary engineering, the engineering design process, and how to facilitate authentic engineering work.
RESOURCES
Engineering in Elementary STEM Education, by Christine M. Cunningham
https://sway.office.com/mDEIKhATuOpsfsEL?ref=Link
https://prezi.com/snqcjkkhm81f/the-engineering-design-process-for-elementary-students/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy 

Speakers
JC

Jessica Constant

Syracuse Jr. High


Tuesday June 18, 2019 9:10am - 10:10am MDT
Room 1113

9:10am MDT

9:10am MDT

Unleash the Power of Phonemic Awareness in Building Readers & Writers Part 1
Join us as we dig into the science of reading to understand how powerfully Phonemic Awareness impacts readers and writers of all ages and ability levels.
RESOURCES
Equipped For Reading Success, by David A Kilpatrick
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/amorales_dsdmail_net/EYxpDQ-duZtHnKBAzjcjli4BRTSdun54sLZURC54BerEeQ?rtime=8GMj_4v11kg 

Speakers
HG

Heather Gross

Elementary ELA Supervisor


Tuesday June 18, 2019 9:10am - 10:10am MDT
Room 1116

9:10am MDT

Using One Note to Facilitate Blended Learning (3rd-6th)
This class will help develop students’ thinking and illuminate how their ideas relate to one another. Using the high-effect size strategy of concept mapping puts students in the driver’s seat, giving them choice about how to organize their thinking. We will share this within a BOLD School framework.

PRESENTATION/RESOURCES
Math for the Gifted Student: Challenging Activities for the Advanced Learner, Grade 3 (FlashKids Series) Paperback  – April 25, 2010
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/hfisher_dsdmail_net/EVsRV58f9NBDtORRXQYduZwB2tR3vmvn0yNDjDEMZeZ9-g?rtime=jtFq75Hq1kg 

Speakers
HF

Hollie Fisher

Lakeside Elementary
Masters in Teacher Leadership, DSD Teacher of the Month, DSD Microsoft Hacking STEM Team, Microsoft Innovative Educator


Tuesday June 18, 2019 9:10am - 10:10am MDT
Room 1214

9:10am MDT

What to Do When You Don't Know What to Do: Creating a toolbox for promoting positive student behavior
Learn about a couple tools for promoting successful student behavior within your classroom:  1) A research-based self-assessment for identifying strengths and areas of improvement, and 2) An easy to use app for selecting appropriate interventions for struggling students.
RESOURCES
Explicit Instruction, by Anita Archer & Charles Hughes
https://livedsdmail.sharepoint.com/:f:/s/DavisMTSS/EtCmd0GU85BHrTElE304nHwBN-kbGrB_ACPoTYGXEQyfxA?e=goh6F7

Speakers
DH

Devin Healey

Tiered Supports Coordinator
SL

Steve Loveland

Tiered Supports Coordinator


Tuesday June 18, 2019 9:10am - 10:10am MDT
LAB 2701

10:20am MDT

Becoming a Teacher Leader
What is leadership?  What does it mean to be a teacher leader?  What knowledge, dispositions, and skills are needed for teacher leadership?  Learn how to grow as a teacher leader so you have the tools to make positive changes for your school culture.
RESOURCES
Every Teacher a Leader by Barbara B. Levin & Lynne Schrum
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/jehall_dsdmail_net/EeNJxpj5kAJOu7dYfFc80PcBtTm8-0hL8CwZj61hnYOilg?rtime=EEi3_EHz1kg

Speakers
JH

Jeni Hall

Bountiful Elementary


Tuesday June 18, 2019 10:20am - 11:20am MDT
Room 1108

10:20am MDT

Concept Mapping in a Bold Classroom
This class will help develop students’ thinking and illuminate how their ideas relate to one another. Using the high-effect size strategy of concept mapping puts students in the driver’s seat, giving them choice about how to organize their thinking. We will share this within a BOLD School framework.

PRESENTATION/RESOURCES
Bold School, by Weston Kieschnick

Speakers
MM

Megan Moench

Valley View Elementary
Reading Endorsement, ESL Endorsement
PW

Pam Wood

ELA Coordinator
Level 2 Reading Endorsement, ESL Endorsement


Tuesday June 18, 2019 10:20am - 11:20am MDT
Room 1216

10:20am MDT

Fun & Creative Art Integrations
This session will give you some tips and trick to easily add visual art into almost any lesson during the planning process! Come and discover how easy it is to create art with your students AND enhance core learning.
RESOURCES

Watercolor pencils - DSD Warehouse sku#01041011 - Crayola 24 CT Watercolor Pencils $3.62
Waterbrush Pens - Amazon - Arteza Water Brush Pen - set of 4 - $9.57
https://www.amazon.com/Arteza-Water-Brush-Pen-Self-moistening/dp/B01G2A8RLU/ref=sr_1_8?keywords=water+brush+pens+arteza+bulk&qid=1559750509&s=gateway&sr=8-8 


https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/kafrancis_dsdmail_net/EeZdcg9jEDdFjVCmWlKB8mYBODD4K1EudBbumBQPfdqsFQ?e=BxQh7W

Speakers
KF

Katie Francis

BTSALP Visual Art Instructional Coach


Tuesday June 18, 2019 10:20am - 11:20am MDT
Room 1228

10:20am MDT

Organize Your Teacher Life with Canvas
In this session teachers will learn how to organize their canvas course, how the calendar tool works on the teacher and student end, and why modules are the best place to start with Canvas.

Speakers
DS

Dani Sloan

Utah Education Network
M.Ed, CETL


Tuesday June 18, 2019 10:20am - 11:20am MDT
LAB 1304

10:20am MDT

Quick Accommodations for All Learners
Identify and use strategies to for having tests and assignments read aloud and shortened assignments.  The strategies will cover the following instructional contexts: Online content, iPads, Microsoft Word, PDF's, and Paper based content.
RESOURCES
Hit Refresh, by Satya Nadella
https://sway.office.com/oCsdXBHO5FrSAjqD?ref=Link

Speakers
EE

Erek Engar

Special Education
BO

Bradie Ormond

Special Education


Tuesday June 18, 2019 10:20am - 11:20am MDT
Room 1105

10:20am MDT

Setting up for Student Success: Planning a Blended Classroom
This class will introduce you to the rotation model based on Bold School teaching.  You will be able to participate in rotations and receive ideas on how to plan for students to track their progress and set goals, deepen their understanding, and use technology as a tool to help support their learning.  

RESOURCES
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:f:/g/personal/stburns_dsdmail_net/EkJY4F94Y1FDmJWelBc62sABt5dD1Xh7-ZjTG_Ro6d286g?e=56gt9F

Speakers
SB

Stephanie Burns

Snow Horse Elementary


Tuesday June 18, 2019 10:20am - 11:20am MDT
Room 1110

10:20am MDT

ST Math: I Have Data, Now What?
ST Math is not just a fun app for students to play with, but it’s an amazing resource for teaching material, assessments and data. Together we will explore how to use all of those resources and to best take advantage of all the data.
RESOURCES
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/msaine_dsdmail_net/EaqdeeB8loNJkKPLXobd9zMBDjcdfAa3snCxEM7vFlpjpg 

https://1drv.ms/p/s!AsPqgZFqNyPfhfxswYhIGotnjB004g?e=QVlBZs

Speakers
AS

Alejandro Saine

Sand Springs Elementary
M.A. in English, KSL Teacher of the Week


Tuesday June 18, 2019 10:20am - 11:20am MDT
Room 1112

10:20am MDT

Teaching Current Science Curriculum Using the New 3D Models and Strategies
Learn how to incorporate 3D science strategies and methods into your current science curriculum in preparation for the upcoming changes in science standards. Focus will be on structuring lessons to help students gather information about their world, reason to explain phenomenon, and communicate their explanations to others.  Science and Engineering Practices and Cross-Cutting Concepts will be emphasized.

RESOURCES
Teaching Science is Phenomenal; Using Phenomena to Engage Students in Three-Dimensional Science Performances Consistent with the NRC Framework and NGSS by Brett Moulding

https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:f:/g/personal/ewiser_dsdmail_net/ElRjZLaQLGhFlG668W8g8ZUBcTWRUyiI2ZuPwwIpzciPTg?e=vdSUj3

https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/ewiser_dsdmail_net/EY4Pnuz3euVIgWU3DbOqenkB4YhSZIaSHqml7MOLqZ_cIQ?e=PMwnOb

Speakers
LW

Liz Wiser

Bountiful Elementary
Best of Davis Award 2019, Elementary STEM Endorsement, Davis Leading EDGEucator, PLTW Lead Teacher


Tuesday June 18, 2019 10:20am - 11:20am MDT
Room 1208

10:20am MDT

The Engineering Design Process for Elementary Students
Engineering is an important component of STEM. But what should it look like in the K-6 classroom? In this session, participants will learn the importance of elementary engineering, the engineering design process, and how to facilitate authentic engineering work.
RESOURCES
Engineering in Elementary STEM Education, by Christine M. Cunningham
https://sway.office.com/mDEIKhATuOpsfsEL?ref=Link
https://prezi.com/snqcjkkhm81f/the-engineering-design-process-for-elementary-students/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy 


Speakers
JC

Jessica Constant

Syracuse Jr. High


Tuesday June 18, 2019 10:20am - 11:20am MDT
Room 1113

10:20am MDT

10:20am MDT

Unleash the Power of Phonemic Awareness in Building Readers & Writers Part 1
Join us as we dig into the science of reading to understand how powerfully Phonemic Awareness impacts readers and writers of all ages and ability levels.
RESOURCES
Equipped For Reading Success, by David A Kilpatrick
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/amorales_dsdmail_net/EYxpDQ-duZtHnKBAzjcjli4BRTSdun54sLZURC54BerEeQ?rtime=8GMj_4v11kg

Speakers
HG

Heather Gross

Elementary ELA Supervisor


Tuesday June 18, 2019 10:20am - 11:20am MDT
Room 1116

10:20am MDT

Using One Note to Facilitate Blended Learning (3rd-6th)
This class will help develop students’ thinking and illuminate how their ideas relate to one another. Using the high-effect size strategy of concept mapping puts students in the driver’s seat, giving them choice about how to organize their thinking. We will share this within a BOLD School framework.

PRESENTATION/RESOURCES
Math for the Gifted Student: Challenging Activities for the Advanced Learner, Grade 3 (FlashKids Series) Paperback – April 25, 2010
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/hfisher_dsdmail_net/EVsRV58f9NBDtORRXQYduZwB2tR3vmvn0yNDjDEMZeZ9-g?rtime=jtFq75Hq1kg  

Speakers
HF

Hollie Fisher

Lakeside Elementary
Masters in Teacher Leadership, DSD Teacher of the Month, DSD Microsoft Hacking STEM Team, Microsoft Innovative Educator


Tuesday June 18, 2019 10:20am - 11:20am MDT
Room 1214

10:20am MDT

What to Do When You Don't Know What to Do: Creating a toolbox for promoting positive student behavior
Learn about a couple tools for promoting successful student behavior within your classroom:  1) A research-based self-assessment for identifying strengths and areas of improvement, and 2) An easy to use app for selecting appropriate interventions for struggling students.
RESOURCES
Explicit Instruction, by Anita Archer & Charles Hughes
https://livedsdmail.sharepoint.com/:f:/s/DavisMTSS/EtCmd0GU85BHrTElE304nHwBN-kbGrB_ACPoTYGXEQyfxA?e=goh6F7

Speakers
DH

Devin Healey

Tiered Supports Coordinator
SL

Steve Loveland

Tiered Supports Coordinator


Tuesday June 18, 2019 10:20am - 11:20am MDT
LAB 2701

11:20am MDT

Lunch
Tuesday June 18, 2019 11:20am - 12:00pm MDT
Commons

12:00pm MDT

Meet the Specialist
Tuesday June 18, 2019 12:00pm - 12:30pm MDT
Main Hall

12:30pm MDT

Empowering Students to become Assessment-Capable Learners with Metacognition Lessons/Activities
Have you ever watched your students' eyes glaze over as you introduced your lesson you'd spent hours and hours on? Come join us as we explore lessons and ideas for how to inspire your students to strengthen their Metacognitive strategies.  You will walk away with activities, resources and strategies to help you create students who are in the driver's seat of their learning.
RESOURCES 
Teaching Students to Drive Their Brains, by Donna Wilson and Marcus Conyers
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/lroliver_dsdmail_net/ET_9jYmH5B5AjAg6fYRH1A4BBRku1G77UtOh6sIJN0DC-Q?e=Eab76T

Speakers
LO

Lori Oliver

ELA Coordinator


Tuesday June 18, 2019 12:30pm - 1:30pm MDT
Room 1201

12:30pm MDT

Engaging Students with Canvas (Assignments and Discussions)
In this session teachers will learn how to collect responses on canvas - even from our youngest learners! We will go over assignments and discussions and have tips and tricks specific to K-6 teachers.

RESOURCES
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1d5IRIkSo46TV7xKO2SvhW1Wl1Dogs-3f0xScXHDf5OA/edit?usp=sharing

Speakers
DS

Dani Sloan

Utah Education Network
M.Ed, CETL


Tuesday June 18, 2019 12:30pm - 1:30pm MDT
LAB 2604

12:30pm MDT

How do I fit it all in? Integrating the Fine Arts into Math, Science and ELA standards
Time is a commodity in short supply. You can fit the fine arts into any core standards by using integration as your tool. It's easier than you might think. In this session we will work collaboratively to create lesson plans that use evolving objectives in both drama and a core subject of your choosing.

Speakers
AT

Andra Thorne

K-12 Fine Arts Supervisor


Tuesday June 18, 2019 12:30pm - 1:30pm MDT
Room 1208

12:30pm MDT

I Like To Move it, Move it!
It's important to get students up and moving throughout the day. It's amazing what 3 or 5 minutes a couple of times a day will do for your attention span. Come learn some quick Activities to help with metacognition and attitude.
RESOURCES
Healthy Body Healthy Mind Concepts, Utah Department of Health and Utah State Board of Education

Speakers
KR

Kaylene Redford

Parkside Elementary
WC

Wendy Combs

Parkside Elementary


Tuesday June 18, 2019 12:30pm - 1:30pm MDT
Syracuse High Auditorium

12:30pm MDT

Increase Metacognition with Your Students Across all Subject Areas (K-2)
Increasing student metacognition across all subject areas requires support across their day. We will discuss some of the ways we have been able to successfully increase our students understanding of what metacognition is, as well as the ways they effectively communicate it to us and their peers. You will have information on how students can show their metacognition in all subject areas with specific support ideas in math, reading and writing.
RESOURCES
Children's Mathematics, Second Edition: Cognitively Guided Instruction, by Thomas p. Carenter, Elizabeth Fennema, Megan Loef Franke, Linda Levi, Susan B. Empson

Speakers
MO

Marcia Oman

Meadowbrook Elementary
JW

Jennifer Wilcox

Meadowbrook Elementary


Tuesday June 18, 2019 12:30pm - 1:30pm MDT
Room 1216

12:30pm MDT

My School Counselor Taught Mindfulness, Now What?
Presenters will discuss how they've continued mindfulness implementation at Sand Springs Elementary after initial lessons were taught school-wide in the classroom. Various strategies will be explored as far as school-wide practices, classroom approaches, and lessons learned in regards to continuing practice. Feedback from classroom teachers (pros and cons) will be shared. Ideally, attendees should have some awareness of mindfulness before attending this session. Depending on makeup of the audience there may be time allocated for sharing positive experiences/implementation tools.
RESOURCES
Mindful Kids: 50 Mindfulness Activities for Kindness, Focus, and Calm by Whitney Stewart and Mina Braun
My School Counselor Taught Mindfulness, Now What.pptx
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:f:/g/personal/amadsen_dsdmail_net/Eg9RmWCBtmRHlweZ0NV7vuIB7_tJJm4QW9oIjkonNJJ-3A?e=G5PVbs

Speakers
CC

Claire Caldwell

Counselor
M.Ed in School Counseling
BM

Bethanie Monsen-Ford

Psychologist
M.S. in Psychology, Ed.S in School Psychology, 2012 CARE awardee


Tuesday June 18, 2019 12:30pm - 1:30pm MDT
Room 1112

12:30pm MDT

New McGraw-Hill Digital Tools to Help you Teach with Intention
In this class you will learn about the new 2019 digital McGraw-Hill tools. This includes a brand new and improved assessment portal as well as a data dashboard to help you individualize your classroom instruction to meet the needs of students. Also new, are games that can be scored and used as formative assessment. Come and learn how teach with intention.
RESOURCES
Developing Assessment-Capable Visible Learners, by Nancy Frey, John Hattie, and Douglas Fisher

Speakers
AJ

Amy Jorgensen

ELA Coordinator
Masters of Reading and Literacy
KG

Krissy Guest

ELA Coordinator


Tuesday June 18, 2019 12:30pm - 1:30pm MDT
LAB 1304

12:30pm MDT

Relax, Relax, Relax - Mindfulness, relaxation, and self-care for better physical and mental health!
Learn concepts associated with stress reduction and practical techniques and exercises to improve mindfulness, relaxation and overall reduction of stress.  This course is mostly practical application including activities and guided exercises along with some educational concepts.

Speakers
MN

Mark N. Barney, LMFT

Intermountain Health Care, EAP
MA in Marriage and Family Therapy.  Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist since 2002.


Tuesday June 18, 2019 12:30pm - 1:30pm MDT
Room 1105

12:30pm MDT

Sink or Swim: How to Help Your Struggling Readers (K-2)
What’s the most common cause of reading difficulties?  What are some strategies for students struggling to learn their letters? How can I teach phonics in a multi-sensory way? What role does phonological awareness play in learning to read? How can I put some fun into my phonics lessons?
RESOURCES
Equipped For Reading, by David Kilpatrick
Sink or Swim by Lindsay Kemeny.pptx

Speakers
LK

Lindsay Kemeny

Kaysville Elementary


Tuesday June 18, 2019 12:30pm - 1:30pm MDT
Room 1228

12:30pm MDT

The Tough Kid--Management and Routines
This presentation will cover the following topics: Classroom rules, Physical Arrangement of Classroom, Classroom Routines & Error Correction.  Strategies from the Tough Kid Book will be shared as well as easy and quick ideas to begin the school year right.
RESOURCES
The Tough Kid, by Ginger Rode, William R. Jenson, H. Kenton Reavis
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/lcoates_dsdmail_net/ERRVe5GepotPk9affRATOxwB9rxjY4S9n24WegQUVl2wpA?e=XmYhEF

Speakers
KB

Katrina Burg

Special Education
LC

Lorie Coates

Special Education


Tuesday June 18, 2019 12:30pm - 1:30pm MDT
Room 1202

12:30pm MDT

Tired of Unproductive PLC or Team Meetings? Come learn how to have effective, data driven meetings.
In this session we will discuss the importance of norms, agendas, protocols and common assessments. You will learn the importance of focusing on student learning and thinking making them productive meetings that help you and your students.
RESOURCES
The Power of Protocols: An Educator's Guide to Better Practice, by Joseph P McDonald, Nancy Mohr, Alan Dichter, Elizabeth C. McDonald
https://share.nearpod.com/PKD3OIN6AX

Speakers
AT

Anna Thorsted

Clinton Elementary
CH

Connie Hull

Clinton Elementary


Tuesday June 18, 2019 12:30pm - 1:30pm MDT
Room 1113

12:30pm MDT

Unleash the Power of Phonemic Awareness in Building Readers & Writers Part 2
Join us as we dig into the application of the science of reading by incorporating short bursts of phonemic awareness throughout daily routines and activities to build and strengthen readers and writers of any age and ability in Tier 1 & Tier 2 instruction.
RESOURCES
Equipped for Reading Success, by David Kilpatrick
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/amorales_dsdmail_net/EYxpDQ-duZtHnKBAzjcjli4BRTSdun54sLZURC54BerEeQ?rtime=8GMj_4v11kg

Speakers
AM

Angie Morales

ELA Coordinator-PL Supervisor


Tuesday June 18, 2019 12:30pm - 1:30pm MDT
Room 1108

12:30pm MDT

Using NSTA-Awarded STEM Books in the Classroom
Since 2017, the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) has been awarding a "Best STEM Book" to authors who write children's literature.  This distinction is given to children's books that meet a number of guidelines including "modeling real-world innovation, embracing real-world design, invention, and innovation, and addressing connections between STEM disciplines." (https://www.nsta.org/publications/stembooks/)  Please keep in mind, these are NOT trade books!  The books we will be exploring in this session are written for children and we will discuss using them in the classroom!
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:f:/g/personal/amadsen_dsdmail_net/Eg9RmWCBtmRHlweZ0NV7vuIB7_tJJm4QW9oIjkonNJJ-3A?e=G5PVbs

Speakers
CB

Cindi Bergman

Woods Cross Elementary
EN

Emmi Novorotov-Robinson

Woods Cross Elementary
Masters of Education, National Geographic Educator


Tuesday June 18, 2019 12:30pm - 1:30pm MDT
Room 1214

1:40pm MDT

Empowering Students to become Assessment-Capable Learners with Metacognition Lessons/Activities
Have you ever watched your students' eyes glaze over as you introduced your lesson you'd spent hours and hours on? Come join us as we explore lessons and ideas for how to inspire your students to strengthen their Metacognitive strategies.  You will walk away with activities, resources and strategies to help you create students who are in the driver's seat of their learning.
RESOURCES 
Teaching Students to Drive Their Brains, by Donna Wilson and Marcus Conyers
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/lroliver_dsdmail_net/ET_9jYmH5B5AjAg6fYRH1A4BBRku1G77UtOh6sIJN0DC-Q?e=Eab76T

Speakers
LO

Lori Oliver

ELA Coordinator


Tuesday June 18, 2019 1:40pm - 2:40pm MDT
Room 1201

1:40pm MDT

Engaging Students with Canvas (Assignments and Discussions)
In this session teachers will learn how to collect responses on canvas - even from our youngest learners! We will go over assignments and discussions and have tips and tricks specific to K-6 teachers.

RESOURCES
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1d5IRIkSo46TV7xKO2SvhW1Wl1Dogs-3f0xScXHDf5OA/edit?usp=sharing

Speakers
DS

Dani Sloan

Utah Education Network
M.Ed, CETL


Tuesday June 18, 2019 1:40pm - 2:40pm MDT
LAB 2604

1:40pm MDT

How do I fit it all in? Integrating the Fine Arts into Math, Science and ELA standards
Time is a commodity in short supply. You can fit the fine arts into any core standards by using integration as your tool. It's easier than you might think. In this session we will work collaboratively to create lesson plans that use evolving objectives in both drama and a core subject of your choosing.

Speakers
AT

Andra Thorne

K-12 Fine Arts Supervisor


Tuesday June 18, 2019 1:40pm - 2:40pm MDT
Room 1208

1:40pm MDT

I Like To Move it, Move it!
It's important to get students up and moving throughout the day. It's amazing what 3 or 5 minutes a couple of times a day will do for your attention span. Come learn some quick Activities to help with metacognition and attitude.
RESOURCES
Healthy Body Healthy Mind Concepts, Utah Department of Health and Utah State Board of Education

Speakers
WC

Wendy Combs

Parkside Elementary
KR

Kaylene Redford

Parkside Elementary


Tuesday June 18, 2019 1:40pm - 2:40pm MDT
Syracuse High Auditorium

1:40pm MDT

Increase Metacognition with Your Students Across all Subject Areas (K-2)
Increasing student metacognition across all subject areas requires support across their day. We will discuss some of the ways we have been able to successfully increase our students understanding of what metacognition is, as well as the ways they effectively communicate it to us and their peers. You will have information on how students can show their metacognition in all subject areas with specific support ideas in math, reading and writing.
RESOURCES
Children's Mathematics, Second Edition: Cognitively Guided Instruction, by Thomas p. Carenter, Elizabeth Fennema, Megan Loef Franke, Linda Levi, Susan B. Empson

Speakers
MO

Marcia Oman

Meadowbrook Elementary
JW

Jennifer Wilcox

Meadowbrook Elementary


Tuesday June 18, 2019 1:40pm - 2:40pm MDT
Room 1216

1:40pm MDT

My School Counselor Taught Mindfulness, Now What?
Presenters will discuss how they've continued mindfulness implementation at Sand Springs Elementary after initial lessons were taught school-wide in the classroom. Various strategies will be explored as far as school-wide practices, classroom approaches, and lessons learned in regards to continuing practice. Feedback from classroom teachers (pros and cons) will be shared. Ideally, attendees should have some awareness of mindfulness before attending this session. Depending on makeup of the audience there may be time allocated for sharing positive experiences/implementation tools.
RESOURCES
Mindful Kids: 50 Mindfulness Activities for Kindness, Focus, and Calm by Whitney Stewart and Mina Braun
My School Counselor Taught Mindfulness, Now What.pptx
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:f:/g/personal/amadsen_dsdmail_net/Eg9RmWCBtmRHlweZ0NV7vuIB7_tJJm4QW9oIjkonNJJ-3A?e=G5PVbs

Speakers
CC

Claire Caldwell

Counselor
M.Ed in School Counseling
BM

Bethanie Monsen-Ford

Psychologist
M.S. in Psychology, Ed.S in School Psychology, 2012 CARE awardee


Tuesday June 18, 2019 1:40pm - 2:40pm MDT
Room 1112

1:40pm MDT

New McGraw-Hill Digital Tools to Help you Teach with Intention
In this class you will learn about the new 2019 digital McGraw-Hill tools. This includes a brand new and improved assessment portal as well as a data dashboard to help you individualize your classroom instruction to meet the needs of students. Also new, are games that can be scored and used as formative assessment. Come and learn how teach with intention.
RESOURCES
Developing Assessment-Capable Visible Learners, by Nancy Frey, John Hattie, and Douglas Fisher

Speakers
KG

Krissy Guest

ELA Coordinator
AJ

Amy Jorgensen

ELA Coordinator
Masters of Reading and Literacy


Tuesday June 18, 2019 1:40pm - 2:40pm MDT
LAB 1304

1:40pm MDT

Relax, Relax, Relax - Mindfulness, relaxation, and self-care for better physical and mental health!
Learn concepts associated with stress reduction and practical techniques and exercises to improve mindfulness, relaxation and overall reduction of stress.  This course is mostly practical application including activities and guided exercises along with some educational concepts.

Speakers
MN

Mark N. Barney, LMFT

Intermountain Health Care, EAP
MA in Marriage and Family Therapy.  Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist since 2002.


Tuesday June 18, 2019 1:40pm - 2:40pm MDT
Room 1105

1:40pm MDT

Sink or Swim: How to Help Your Struggling Readers (K-2)
What’s the most common cause of reading difficulties?  What are some strategies for students struggling to learn their letters? How can I teach phonics in a multi-sensory way? What role does phonological awareness play in learning to read? How can I put some fun into my phonics lessons?
RESOURCES
Equipped For Reading, by David Kilpatrick
Sink or Swim by Lindsay Kemeny.pptx

Speakers
LK

Lindsay Kemeny

Kaysville Elementary


Tuesday June 18, 2019 1:40pm - 2:40pm MDT
Room 1228

1:40pm MDT

The Tough Kid--Management and Routines
This presentation will cover the following topics: Classroom rules, Physical Arrangement of Classroom, Classroom Routines & Error Correction.  Strategies from the Tough Kid Book will be shared as well as easy and quick ideas to begin the school year right.
RESOURCES
The Tough Kid, by Ginger Rode, William R. Jenson, H. Kenton Reavis
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/lcoates_dsdmail_net/ERRVe5GepotPk9affRATOxwB9rxjY4S9n24WegQUVl2wpA?e=XmYhEF

Speakers
KB

Katrina Burg

Special Education
LC

Lorie Coates

Special Education


Tuesday June 18, 2019 1:40pm - 2:40pm MDT
Room 1202

1:40pm MDT

Tired of Unproductive PLC or Team Meetings? Come learn how to have effective, data driven meetings.
In this session we will discuss the importance of norms, agendas, protocols and common assessments. You will learn the importance of focusing on student learning and thinking making them productive meetings that help you and your students.
RESOURCES
The Power of Protocols: An Educator's Guide to Better Practice, by Joseph P McDonald, Nancy Mohr, Alan Dichter, Elizabeth C. McDonald
https://share.nearpod.com/PKD3OIN6AX

Speakers
CH

Connie Hull

Clinton Elementary
AT

Anna Thorsted

Clinton Elementary


Tuesday June 18, 2019 1:40pm - 2:40pm MDT
Room 1113

1:40pm MDT

Unleash the Power of Phonemic Awareness in Building Readers & Writers Part 2
Join us as we dig into the application of the science of reading by incorporating short bursts of phonemic awareness throughout daily routines and activities to build and strengthen readers and writers of any age and ability in Tier 1 & Tier 2 instruction.
RESOURCES
Equipped for Reading Success, by David Kilpatrick
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/amorales_dsdmail_net/EYxpDQ-duZtHnKBAzjcjli4BRTSdun54sLZURC54BerEeQ?rtime=8GMj_4v11kg

Speakers
AM

Angie Morales

ELA Coordinator-PL Supervisor


Tuesday June 18, 2019 1:40pm - 2:40pm MDT
Room 1108

1:40pm MDT

Using NSTA-Awarded STEM Books in the Classroom
Since 2017, the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) has been awarding a "Best STEM Book" to authors who write children's literature.  This distinction is given to children's books that meet a number of guidelines including "modeling real-world innovation, embracing real-world design, invention, and innovation, and addressing connections between STEM disciplines." (https://www.nsta.org/publications/stembooks/)  Please keep in mind, these are NOT trade books!  The books we will be exploring in this session are written for children and we will discuss using them in the classroom!
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:f:/g/personal/amadsen_dsdmail_net/Eg9RmWCBtmRHlweZ0NV7vuIB7_tJJm4QW9oIjkonNJJ-3A?e=G5PVbs

Speakers
EN

Emmi Novorotov-Robinson

Woods Cross Elementary
Masters of Education, National Geographic Educator
CB

Cindi Bergman

Woods Cross Elementary


Tuesday June 18, 2019 1:40pm - 2:40pm MDT
Room 1214
 
Wednesday, June 19
 

8:30am MDT

Creating a Culture of Thinkers
How can we encourage thinking in our students?  How can we help our students become individuals who can think, plan, create, and question?  Visible thinking routines are one tool to create a culture of thinkers.  Making thinking visible promotes engagement, understanding, and independence for all learners.
RESOURCES
Making Thinking Visible by Ron Ritchhart, Mark Church, and Karin Morrison
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/jehall_dsdmail_net/EVXZR2bmk-NFsPo_q3ad5_MBLf6G7zztfaNwZP_Eulj2PQ?rtime=XML5u2Hr1kg 

Speakers
JH

Jeni Hall

Bountiful Elementary


Wednesday June 19, 2019 8:30am - 9:30am MDT
Room 1228

8:30am MDT

Creative Check: utilizing music to demonstrate understanding
Come join a lesson all about simple, creative and fun ways to utilize music to check for understanding. You will learn about a new digital curriculum, Interactive Music that the district has purchased for you to use.  The first session will focus on K-3 grade levels, and the second session with focus on 4-6 grade levels. 
RESOURCES
Remo Frame Drum
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/personal/sstenger_dsdmail_net/Documents/Forms/All.aspx?cid=96e6bd3c%2Dfd61%2D42df%2Dbdef%2D118378ca28e8&RootFolder=%2Fpersonal%2Fsstenger%5Fdsdmail%5Fnet%2FDocuments%2FMusic%20Integration%20Summer%20Institute%202019&FolderCTID=0x0120001D1AD05DC3DA754A9DF4B9E063FE7C1D

Speakers
SS

Shanda Stenger

BTSALP Music Instructional Coach


Wednesday June 19, 2019 8:30am - 9:30am MDT
LAB 2604

8:30am MDT

D-O-N-E! Celebrating Literacy Tracks While Completing Connections in Social Studies
Let's look at how great literature can be paralleled with social studies curricular content and standards. We will assess lessons, activities, and literature to determine if they provide a rigorous learning opportunity with good effect sizes.  
RESOURCES
Locomotive, by Brian Floca

Speakers
MF

Monica Flint

Elementary Social Studies Supervisor


Wednesday June 19, 2019 8:30am - 9:30am MDT
Room 1105

8:30am MDT

Let's Talk. Can You Tell Me Why?
How do we build competent, creative, enthusiastic problem-solvers? We let students talk about the problems they are solving - not in a random, show-&-tell sort of way, but in a purposeful, practical, organized way. We'll explore the NCTM "5 Practices for Orchestrating Productive Mathematics Discussions."
RESOURCES
5 Practices for Orchestrating Productive Mathematics Discussions, by Margaret S. Smith and May Kay Stein
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/bsoelberg_dsdmail_net/Eab-GhexhulEkJx0vd8OZsUBN_qzAOnEyln4Bs_xoFxHhQ?rtime=BKD8lFzr1kg 

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 8:30am - 9:30am MDT
Room 1116

8:30am MDT

Like Magic! From Invisible to Visible Learners!
  We will be exploring the critical component of self-assessment.  We will discuss effective types of assessment and how to use them to motive students towards higher achievement.  Introduce students to the tools they will use to support their own learning.  How to create a classroom culture where errors are viewed as opportunities to learn.  We will examine learning strategies, including cognitive, meta-cognitive and motivational strategies.  Finally, we will look at real-world examples of the strategies and tools at work.
RESOURCES
Developing Assessment-Capable Visible Learners, by Nancy Frey, John Hattie, and Douglas Fisher

Speakers
HS

Heidi Short

Administrative Intern


Wednesday June 19, 2019 8:30am - 9:30am MDT
Room 1201

8:30am MDT

Never Say Anything a Kid Can Say - Using Talk Moves to Build Classroom Mathematical Discussion
The goal of class discussions is for the teacher to facilitate student talk, not for the teacher to talk. Talk Moves are designed to help you develop high quality math talk through strategic questioning as students construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others. This session will include information on how to establish class discussion norms, explore examples of what productive math talk looks and sounds like in grades K-6, and cover the importance of assigning listening jobs.  
RESOURCES
Talk Moves: A Teacher's Guide for Using Classroom Discussions in Math, Grades K-6, Suzanne H. Chapin, Catherine O'Connor, Nancy Canavan Anderson
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/amcneely_dsdmail_net/EVVJCBrOV9VOmNI5XjRAc6EBdyzi2A5GEpjCyY3yEc1glQ?e=l6SFfE

Talk Moves SI 2.pptx

Speakers
AM

Anjanette McNeely

Layton Elementary


Wednesday June 19, 2019 8:30am - 9:30am MDT
Room 1216

8:30am MDT

Power Through Data
Why is Acadience (DIBELS) data so important? How can I access it?  What can I do with it? How can I use Acadience (DIBELS) data to inform my own instruction?
RESOURCES
Driven by Data 2.0: A Practical Guide to Improve Instruction
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/kyardley_dsdmail_net/Ea982sMP-JdBjSWM2oQo8KQBtIe7dTJW7maAM1ih8bPSqA?rtime=4yHwQY711kg

Speakers
AC

Alissa Clark

ELA Coordinator
ELA Coordinator, PL Team, Leading EDGEucator
KY

Kaylene Yardley

ELA Coordinator


Wednesday June 19, 2019 8:30am - 9:30am MDT
Room 1112
  CHECK Session 1
  • about ELA Coordinator, Leading EDGEucator, Master's Degree in Curriculum and Instruction<br><br><br>

8:30am MDT

Super Speedy Grading with Canvas
In this session we will take a look at tools built into Canvas that will help you get assessment data quickly and easily! Specifically, we will be looking at Quizzes Next and Speed Grader to assess and give feedback!

Speakers
SR

Shannon Ririe

Utah Education Network


Wednesday June 19, 2019 8:30am - 9:30am MDT
LAB 1304

8:30am MDT

The Tough Kid --Reinforcement, Proactive and Reactive Strategies
This presentation will cover classroom strategies for reinforcement, proactive and reactive procedures.  Strategies will be taken from the Tough Kid Book as well as other resources.  Participants will leave the session with immediate strategies and activities to begin the school year.
RESOURCES
The Tough Kid, by Ginger Rhode, William R. Jenson, and Kenton Reavis
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/lcoates_dsdmail_net/EX1ALREg9PpMiTvjerYfJeABK2eAyi3PRTcdozc9LN8P-w?e=q7CQ2Y

Speakers
KB

Katrina Burg

Special Education
LC

Lorie Coates

Special Education


Wednesday June 19, 2019 8:30am - 9:30am MDT
Room 1208

8:30am MDT

Unpacking New Science Standards
In this session, you will learn how to unpack the new K-5 SEEd Standards and the different components that make up each performance expectation. This session will provide resources and tools to get you started with the new science standards.
RESOURCES
Teaching Science is Phenomenal; Using Phenomena to Engage Students in Three-Dimensional Science Performances Consistent with the NRC Framework and NGSS, by Brett Moulding
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:f:/g/personal/afonnesbeck_dsdmail_net/EmxAGYAeFNdLjz-X6XJ-WGkBlls4EiwEe5ecEGARSL88ww?e=MaC2bT

Speakers
AN

Annette Nielson

Elementary Science Specialist
M. Ed. Curriculum and Instruction


Wednesday June 19, 2019 8:30am - 9:30am MDT
Room 1113

8:30am MDT

Using New Science Standards to Assess a Scientist
Come explore and experience a phenomenon that will make you ooo and ahh as we dive into 3D learning.  We will discuss how to assess what our students are actually taking away from these learning experiences using the new science standards.
RESOURCES
Teaching Science is Phenomenal; Using Phenomena to Engage Students in Three-Dimensional Science Performances Consistent with the NRC Framework and NGSS, by Brett Moulding
HTTPS://TINYURL.COM/ASSESSINGASCIENTIST

Speakers
DS

Danielle Summers

Meadowbrook Elementary
M. Ed. Curriculum and Instruction


Wednesday June 19, 2019 8:30am - 9:30am MDT
Room 1202

8:30am MDT

What in the World? How to Easily Bring a Global Feel to your Classroom
This highly interactive session is designed to help veteran teachers easily integrate global examples into daily lessons and discussions. No matter the grade level or content you teach, it's easy and fun to help students make connections to cultures, traditions, people, animals, plants and more from around the world. Learn how to use examples in your existing curriculum, literature, and online resources. Engage your students by integrating global competencies in your instruction, and become the teacher who is "Out of this world!" (Similar to the April EDEL Global Competencies session.)
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/ariddle_dsdmail_net/EVDYGoP7yCxMiJkqMRUW9GgBg5oxJ3SQjjD58x_kesZNrg?rtime=hc_9r5j11kg

Speakers
AR

Allison Riddle

Elementary Mentor Supervisor
2014 Utah teacher of the Year


Wednesday June 19, 2019 8:30am - 9:30am MDT
Room 1108

9:40am MDT

Creating a Culture of Thinkers
How can we encourage thinking in our students?  How can we help our students become individuals who can think, plan, create, and question?  Visible thinking routines are one tool to create a culture of thinkers.  Making thinking visible promotes engagement, understanding, and independence for all learners.
RESOURCES
Making Thinking Visible by Ron Ritchhart, Mark Church, and Karin Morrison
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/jehall_dsdmail_net/EVXZR2bmk-NFsPo_q3ad5_MBLf6G7zztfaNwZP_Eulj2PQ?rtime=XML5u2Hr1kg 

Speakers
JH

Jeni Hall

Bountiful Elementary


Wednesday June 19, 2019 9:40am - 10:40am MDT
Room 1228

9:40am MDT

Creative Check: utilizing music to demonstrate understanding
Come join a lesson all about simple, creative and fun ways to utilize music to check for understanding. You will learn about a new digital curriculum, Interactive Music that the district has purchased for you to use.  The first session will focus on K-3 grade levels, and the second session with focus on 4-6 grade levels. 
RESOURCES
Remo Frame Drum
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/personal/sstenger_dsdmail_net/Documents/Forms/All.aspx?cid=96e6bd3c%2Dfd61%2D42df%2Dbdef%2D118378ca28e8&RootFolder=%2Fpersonal%2Fsstenger%5Fdsdmail%5Fnet%2FDocuments%2FMusic%20Integration%20Summer%20Institute%202019&FolderCTID=0x0120001D1AD05DC3DA754A9DF4B9E063FE7C1D

Speakers
SS

Shanda Stenger

BTSALP Music Instructional Coach


Wednesday June 19, 2019 9:40am - 10:40am MDT
LAB 2604

9:40am MDT

D-O-N-E! Celebrating Literacy Tracks While Completing Connections in Social Studies
Let's look at how great literature can be paralleled with social studies curricular content and standards. We will assess lessons, activities, and literature to determine if they provide a rigorous learning opportunity with good effect sizes.  
RESOURCES
Locomotive, by Brian Floca

Speakers
MF

Monica Flint

Elementary Social Studies Supervisor


Wednesday June 19, 2019 9:40am - 10:40am MDT
Room 1105

9:40am MDT

Let's Talk. Can You Tell Me Why?
How do we build competent, creative, enthusiastic problem-solvers? We let students talk about the problems they are solving - not in a random, show-&-tell sort of way, but in a purposeful, practical, organized way. We'll explore the NCTM "5 Practices for Orchestrating Productive Mathematics Discussions."
RESOURCES
5 Practices for Orchestrating Productive Mathematics Discussions, by Margaret S. Smith and May Kay Stein
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/bsoelberg_dsdmail_net/Eab-GhexhulEkJx0vd8OZsUBN_qzAOnEyln4Bs_xoFxHhQ?rtime=BKD8lFzr1kg 

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 9:40am - 10:40am MDT
Room 1116

9:40am MDT

Like Magic! From Invisible to Visible Learners!
  We will be exploring the critical component of self-assessment.  We will discuss effective types of assessment and how to use them to motive students towards higher achievement.  Introduce students to the tools they will use to support their own learning.  How to create a classroom culture where errors are viewed as opportunities to learn.  We will examine learning strategies, including cognitive, meta-cognitive and motivational strategies.  Finally, we will look at real-world examples of the strategies and tools at work.
RESOURCES
Developing Assessment-Capable Visible Learners, by Nancy Frey, John Hattie, and Douglas Fisher

Speakers
HS

Heidi Short

Administrative Intern


Wednesday June 19, 2019 9:40am - 10:40am MDT
Room 1201

9:40am MDT

Never Say Anything a Kid Can Say - Using Talk Moves to Build Classroom Mathematical Discussion
The goal of class discussions is for the teacher to facilitate student talk, not for the teacher to talk. Talk Moves are designed to help you develop high quality math talk through strategic questioning as students construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others. This session will include information on how to establish class discussion norms, explore examples of what productive math talk looks and sounds like in grades K-6, and cover the importance of assigning listening jobs.  
RESOURCES
Talk Moves: A Teacher's Guide for Using Classroom Discussions in Math, Grades K-6, Suzanne H. Chapin, Catherine O'Connor, Nancy Canavan Anderson
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/amcneely_dsdmail_net/EVVJCBrOV9VOmNI5XjRAc6EBdyzi2A5GEpjCyY3yEc1glQ?e=l6SFfE

Talk Moves SI 2.pptx

Speakers
AM

Anjanette McNeely

Layton Elementary


Wednesday June 19, 2019 9:40am - 10:40am MDT
Room 1216

9:40am MDT

Power Through Data
Why is Acadience (DIBELS) data so important? How can I access it?  What can I do with it? How can I use Acadience (DIBELS) data to inform my own instruction?

RESOURCES
Driven by Data 2.0: A Practical Guide to Improve Instruction
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/kyardley_dsdmail_net/Ea982sMP-JdBjSWM2oQo8KQBtIe7dTJW7maAM1ih8bPSqA?rtime=4yHwQY711kg

Speakers
AC

Alissa Clark

ELA Coordinator
ELA Coordinator, PL Team, Leading EDGEucator
KY

Kaylene Yardley

ELA Coordinator


Wednesday June 19, 2019 9:40am - 10:40am MDT
Room 1112

9:40am MDT

Super Speedy Grading with Canvas
In this session we will take a look at tools built into Canvas that will help you get assessment data quickly and easily! Specifically, we will be looking at Quizzes Next and Speed Grader to assess and give feedback!

Speakers
SR

Shannon Ririe

Utah Education Network


Wednesday June 19, 2019 9:40am - 10:40am MDT
LAB 1304

9:40am MDT

The Tough Kid --Reinforcement, Proactive and Reactive Strategies
This presentation will cover classroom strategies for reinforcement, proactive and reactive procedures.  Strategies will be taken from the Tough Kid Book as well as other resources.  Participants will leave the session with immediate strategies and activities to begin the school year.
RESOURCES
The Tough Kid, by Ginger Rhode, William R. Jenson, and Kenton Reavis
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/lcoates_dsdmail_net/EX1ALREg9PpMiTvjerYfJeABK2eAyi3PRTcdozc9LN8P-w?e=q7CQ2Y

Speakers
KB

Katrina Burg

Special Education
LC

Lorie Coates

Special Education


Wednesday June 19, 2019 9:40am - 10:40am MDT
Room 1208

9:40am MDT

Unpacking New Science Standards
In this session, you will learn how to unpack the new K-5 SEEd Standards and the different components that make up each performance expectation. This session will provide resources and tools to get you started with the new science standards.
RESOURCES
Teaching Science is Phenomenal; Using Phenomena to Engage Students in Three-Dimensional Science Performances Consistent with the NRC Framework and NGSS, by Brett Moulding
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:f:/g/personal/afonnesbeck_dsdmail_net/EmxAGYAeFNdLjz-X6XJ-WGkBlls4EiwEe5ecEGARSL88ww?e=MaC2bT

Speakers
AN

Annette Nielson

Elementary Science Specialist
M. Ed. Curriculum and Instruction


Wednesday June 19, 2019 9:40am - 10:40am MDT
Room 1113

9:40am MDT

Using New Science Standards to Assess a Scientist
Come explore and experience a phenomenon that will make you ooo and ahh as we dive into 3D learning.  We will discuss how to assess what our students are actually taking away from these learning experiences using the new science standards.
RESOURCES
Teaching Science is Phenomenal; Using Phenomena to Engage Students in Three-Dimensional Science Performances Consistent with the NRC Framework and NGSS, by Brett Moulding
HTTPS://TINYURL.COM/ASSESSINGASCIENTIST

Speakers
DS

Danielle Summers

Meadowbrook Elementary
M. Ed. Curriculum and Instruction


Wednesday June 19, 2019 9:40am - 10:40am MDT
Room 1202

9:40am MDT

What in the World? How to Easily Bring a Global Feel to your Classroom
This highly interactive session is designed to help veteran teachers easily integrate global examples into daily lessons and discussions. No matter the grade level or content you teach, it's easy and fun to help students make connections to cultures, traditions, people, animals, plants and more from around the world. Learn how to use examples in your existing curriculum, literature, and online resources. Engage your students by integrating global competencies in your instruction, and become the teacher who is "Out of this world!" (Similar to the April EDEL Global Competencies session.)
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/ariddle_dsdmail_net/EVDYGoP7yCxMiJkqMRUW9GgBg5oxJ3SQjjD58x_kesZNrg?rtime=hc_9r5j11kg

Speakers
AR

Allison Riddle

Elementary Mentor Supervisor
2014 Utah teacher of the Year


Wednesday June 19, 2019 9:40am - 10:40am MDT
Room 1108

10:50am MDT

5 FUN Ways to add Engineering in the Classroom
If your students LOVE to engineer this is one session you won’t want to miss. Learn about the Engineering is Elementary (EIE) program created by the Museum of Science in Boston.   Participate in multiple hands on engineering stations, view teacher manuals, and learn how to implement and EIE project using the Engineering Design process on the first day of school with minimal supplies.
RESOURCES
Engineering in Elementary STEM Education: Curriculum Design, Instruction, Learning, and Assessment, Christine M. Cunningham
https://sway.office.com/mDEIKhATuOpsfsEL?ref=Link 

Speakers
DB

Delia Bayna

Centerville Jr. High
M.Ed.,  STEM, and Best of DavisM.A. Ed
TG

Trisha Glen

Sunset Elementary


Wednesday June 19, 2019 10:50am - 11:50am MDT
Room 1201

10:50am MDT

Calmer, Happier Children: Integrating parts of a child's brain with dance.
The left side of a child’s brain doesn’t fully develop until mid-twenties, yet on a day to day basis we need our kids to access this part of their brain to do math, science, and reading.  When hard things happen, kids get stuck in right brain thinking.  This class is designed to facilitate teaching strategies to help kids get out of right brain only thinking to whole brain thinking.  This will help teachers create a calmer and happier classroom.  
RESOURCES
The Whole-Brain Child, by Daniel J. Siegel
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/nzaugg_dsdmail_net/EX-ofHzByXNJqvXPqQBrhAwBCFxY-QB-qC8N0-a-E1rHmQ?rtime=gSh3QnDr1kg 

Speakers
NZ

Norma Zaugg

BTSLP Dance Integration Instructional Coach
MEd


Wednesday June 19, 2019 10:50am - 11:50am MDT
Syracuse High Auditorium

10:50am MDT

Environment of Engagement using PLTW
Don't let PROJECT LEAD THE WAY let you feel left behind! Engage your students in successful PLTW modules without the pressure of being a coding or engineering expert.  Gain confidence in encouraging student engagement and problem solving with the engineering design process and APB model.    

https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/ewiser_dsdmail_net/EY4Pnuz3euVIgWU3DbOqenkB4YhSZIaSHqml7MOLqZ_cIQ?e=PMwnOb


Speakers
LW

Liz Wiser

Bountiful Elementary
Best of Davis Award 2019, Elementary STEM Endorsement, Davis Leading EDGEucator, PLTW Lead Teacher


Wednesday June 19, 2019 10:50am - 11:50am MDT
Room 1110

10:50am MDT

Making Canvas Warm and Fuzzy
Find out how to use graphics to make your home page (and whole Canvas course) visually appealing and easy to navigate. We'll look at uploading basic content to a page and other entry level skills to get you going on Canvas!

Speakers
SR

Shannon Ririe

Utah Education Network


Wednesday June 19, 2019 10:50am - 11:50am MDT
LAB 1304

10:50am MDT

Mathematics needs a Growth Mindset, too!
We are going to explore mathematical growth mindsets through Jo Boaler and Carol Dweck's research and through some ready-to-use material. Let's give our math classrooms a growth mindset makeover!
RESOURCES
Mathematical Mindset, Jo Boaler
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/japearson_dsdmail_net/EQUxHHPVjo5GpdP9IV2BQ20BiczH5atYZK-x51NfdaJ6Mw?rtime=3Dkuv2zr1kg 

Speakers
JP

Janalyn Pearson

Adams Elementary


Wednesday June 19, 2019 10:50am - 11:50am MDT
Room 1214

10:50am MDT

Practical and Powerful; Strategies from the Behavior Code Companion
This session will review critical skills from The Behavior Code. The majority of the session will be spent exploring strategies from The Behavior Code companion. Goal of this session is for attendees to walk out with additional skills to improve classroom management and foster relationships with difficult students.
RESOURCES
The Behavior Code Companion, by Jessica Minihan
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1XqljstqEsJZgf2dPMsyanKGTFS1RNsYNpB_TfQ8MmqM/edit#slide=id.p 

Speakers
BM

Bethanie Monsen-Ford

Psychologist
M.S. in Psychology, Ed.S in School Psychology, 2012 CARE awardee
LR

Lauren Rich

Psychologist
M.S. in School Psychology, Utah Association of School Psychologist- President


Wednesday June 19, 2019 10:50am - 11:50am MDT
Room 1113

10:50am MDT

Read like a Scientist, Historian, & Mathematician
Go from theory to a game plan. Learn how to take students from superficial comprehension of complex text to deep content expertise. Walk away with tools and strategies to plan for literacy in all content areas.  
RESOURCES
This is Disciplinary Literacy: Reading, Writing, Thinking, and doing....Content Area by Content Area, by Releah Cossett Lent
blob:https://www.readworks.org/cf07256e-0eb9-4c54-be44-b9e1e2045e02

Speakers
EM

Erica Muirbrook

ELA Coordinator & Administrative Intern
MS

Meghan Shaver

ELA Coordinator


Wednesday June 19, 2019 10:50am - 11:50am MDT
Room 1216

10:50am MDT

Simple Small Grouping
Want to learn some easy tips and tricks to get some small groups started in your classroom? This session will describe ways to group your students, how to use your classroom and materials that make behavior management easier during this time. You won't want to miss this!
RESOURCES
30 Plus Teacher Hacks and Tips, by Debra Chaponton

Speakers
CB

Cindi Bergman

Woods Cross Elementary
EN

Emmi Novorotov-Robinson

Woods Cross Elementary
Masters of Education, National Geographic Educator


Wednesday June 19, 2019 10:50am - 11:50am MDT
Room 1116

10:50am MDT

Talk, Talk, Talk: Engaging Students in Productive Conversation
In this session participants will actively engage in conversations to increase student achievement. Academic conversations also provide opportunities for English Learners to hear & produce language in authentic & contextual ways.
RESOURCES
Academic Conversations: Classroom Talk that Fosters Critical Thinking and Content Understandings, by Jeff Zwiers and Marie Crawford
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/cziegler_dsdmail_net/ERkYV8PnFGhPhWzErCSsNrUBT7DxsVeGCsx_pxf_fhHQdg?e=tcUlu9

Speakers
MP

Mickie Pace

Educational Equity
CZ

Connie Zeigler

Educational Equity


Wednesday June 19, 2019 10:50am - 11:50am MDT
Room 1202

10:50am MDT

The Importance of Digital Citizenship - What it is and how to integrate it into your classroom!
Di d you know there are new DSD Digital Standards for the K-6 classroom?  Come and learn about standards for digital citizenship: the what, why, how, and resources needed to teach our digital native students how use technology to be safe, engaged, responsible, metacognitive, and for learning, communicating, and developing empathy for the global community.
RESOURCES
Digital Citizenship in Action:  Empowering Students to Engage in Online Communities, by Kristen Mattson
https://sway.office.com/92l5vze7HKWCbU1P?ref=Link 

Speakers
RH

Rachelle Herbst

Digital Learning
MIE Expert Ed Tech Endorsement
CL

Cathy Larsen

Digital Learning Supervisor
CARE award Ed Tech Endorsement MIE Expert Supervisor


Wednesday June 19, 2019 10:50am - 11:50am MDT
Room 1228

10:50am MDT

Understanding and Managing Classroom Behavior-Creating a Resilient Classroom
This session will cover the mindset of effective teachers and successful students.  Topics will include how to build the student-teacher relationship, different types of learning styles, and how to handle and connect with defiant and anxious students.  
RESOURCES
Understanding and Managing Children's Classroom Behavior-Creating Sustainable Resilient Classrooms, by Sam Goldstein and Robert Brooks
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/hhamblin_dsdmail_net/EUOgFhjZBVlCtMh2b2lI5oMB5Qy-fERfsAhoGLwVCm6o8w?rtime=5VSuvG_r1kg 

Speakers
HH

Haley Hamblin

Counselor
Masters Degree


Wednesday June 19, 2019 10:50am - 11:50am MDT
Room 1108

10:50am MDT

Understanding Place Value: When 97 Isn't Just 90 + 7
What are the big ideas in K-1 that students and teachers need to understand to have a deep and flexible knowledge of place value? What does it look and sound like when students have such knowledge? This session examines K-1 students' thinking through work samples, dialogue, and activities that promote a deeper understanding of place value in the primary grades.

Speakers
KE

Karen Economopoulos

TERC Cambridge, MA


Wednesday June 19, 2019 10:50am - 11:50am MDT
Room 1105

10:50am MDT

Why your School Librarian Should be your New BFF
Do you know what is happening when your students go to library?  Do you know that you can collaborate with your school librarian in order to enhance your curriculum? What resources are available to you in the library? Come find out why you should be BFF's with your librarian.  

https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/tijohnson_dsdmail_net/EVO9aW3HGWFOsDkSPdVWNQYB18QpDFvqArl1QZT9F0KVnQ?rtime=YhQE3Jv11kg 



Speakers
TJ

Tina Johnson

Centennial Jr. High Teacher Librarian
BA from BYU,  UELMA Board Member, Media Endorsement


Wednesday June 19, 2019 10:50am - 11:50am MDT
Room 1112

11:50am MDT

Lunch
Wednesday June 19, 2019 11:50am - 12:30pm MDT
Commons

12:40pm MDT

Commit to Action
Grade   Room Number
K             1108
1st          1110 & 1116
2nd        1112 & 1113
3rd         1105
4th         1201
5th         1208
6th         1214

1:30pm MDT

5 FUN Ways to add Engineering in the Classroom
If your students LOVE to engineer this is one session you won’t want to miss. Learn about the Engineering is Elementary (EIE) program created by the Museum of Science in Boston.   Participate in multiple hands on engineering stations, view teacher manuals, and learn how to implement and EIE project using the Engineering Design process on the first day of school with minimal supplies.
RESOURCES
Engineering in Elementary STEM Education: Curriculum Design, Instruction, Learning, and Assessment, Christine M. Cunningham
https://sway.office.com/mDEIKhATuOpsfsEL?ref=Link 

Speakers
DB

Delia Bayna

Centerville Jr. High
M.Ed.,  STEM, and Best of DavisM.A. Ed
TG

Trisha Glen

Sunset Elementary


Wednesday June 19, 2019 1:30pm - 2:30pm MDT
Room 1201

1:30pm MDT

Calmer, Happier Children: Integrating parts of a child's brain with dance.
The left side of a child’s brain doesn’t fully develop until mid-twenties, yet on a day to day basis we need our kids to access this part of their brain to do math, science, and reading.  When hard things happen, kids get stuck in right brain thinking.  This class is designed to facilitate teaching strategies to help kids get out of right brain only thinking to whole brain thinking.  This will help teachers create a calmer and happier classroom.  
RESOURCES
The Whole-Brain Child, by Daniel J. Siegel
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/nzaugg_dsdmail_net/EX-ofHzByXNJqvXPqQBrhAwBCFxY-QB-qC8N0-a-E1rHmQ?rtime=gSh3QnDr1kg 

Speakers
NZ

Norma Zaugg

BTSLP Dance Integration Instructional Coach
MEd


Wednesday June 19, 2019 1:30pm - 2:30pm MDT
Syracuse High Auditorium

1:30pm MDT

Developing Computational Fluency
What does computational fluency look like in the elementary grades? How do students develop accuracy, flexibility, and efficiency with whole number operations? We will use student work samples and video to look at fluency across the grades, and to consider how teacher practice can support the development of such fluency.

Speakers
KE

Karen Economopoulos

TERC Cambridge, MA


Wednesday June 19, 2019 1:30pm - 2:30pm MDT
Room 1105

1:30pm MDT

Environment of Engagement using PLTW
Don't let PROJECT LEAD THE WAY let you feel left behind! Engage your students in successful PLTW modules without the pressure of being a coding or engineering expert.  Gain confidence in encouraging student engagement and problem solving with the engineering design process and APB model.    

https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/ewiser_dsdmail_net/EY4Pnuz3euVIgWU3DbOqenkB4YhSZIaSHqml7MOLqZ_cIQ?e=PMwnOb


Speakers
LW

Liz Wiser

Bountiful Elementary
Best of Davis Award 2019, Elementary STEM Endorsement, Davis Leading EDGEucator, PLTW Lead Teacher


Wednesday June 19, 2019 1:30pm - 2:30pm MDT
Room 1110

1:30pm MDT

Making Canvas Warm and Fuzzy
Find out how to use graphics to make your home page (and whole Canvas course) visually appealing and easy to navigate. We'll look at uploading basic content to a page and other entry level skills to get you going on Canvas!

Speakers
SR

Shannon Ririe

Utah Education Network


Wednesday June 19, 2019 1:30pm - 2:30pm MDT
LAB 1304

1:30pm MDT

Mathematics needs a Growth Mindset, too!
We are going to explore mathematical growth mindsets through Jo Boaler and Carol Dweck's research and through some ready-to-use material. Let's give our math classrooms a growth mindset makeover!
RESOURCES
Mathematical Mindset, Jo Boaler
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/japearson_dsdmail_net/EQUxHHPVjo5GpdP9IV2BQ20BiczH5atYZK-x51NfdaJ6Mw?rtime=3Dkuv2zr1kg 

Speakers
JP

Janalyn Pearson

Adams Elementary


Wednesday June 19, 2019 1:30pm - 2:30pm MDT
Room 1214

1:30pm MDT

Practical and Powerful; Strategies from the Behavior Code Companion
This session will review critical skills from The Behavior Code. The majority of the session will be spent exploring strategies from The Behavior Code companion. Goal of this session is for attendees to walk out with additional skills to improve classroom management and foster relationships with difficult students.
RESOURCES
The Behavior Code Companion, by Jessica Minihan
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1XqljstqEsJZgf2dPMsyanKGTFS1RNsYNpB_TfQ8MmqM/edit#slide=id.p 

Speakers
BM

Bethanie Monsen-Ford

Psychologist
M.S. in Psychology, Ed.S in School Psychology, 2012 CARE awardee
LR

Lauren Rich

Psychologist
M.S. in School Psychology, Utah Association of School Psychologist- President


Wednesday June 19, 2019 1:30pm - 2:30pm MDT
Room 1113

1:30pm MDT

Read like a Scientist, Historian, & Mathematician
Go from theory to a game plan. Learn how to take students from superficial comprehension of complex text to deep content expertise. Walk away with tools and strategies to plan for literacy in all content areas.  
RESOURCES
This is Disciplinary Literacy: Reading, Writing, Thinking, and doing....Content Area by Content Area, by Releah Cossett Lent
blob:https://www.readworks.org/cf07256e-0eb9-4c54-be44-b9e1e2045e02

Speakers
MS

Meghan Shaver

ELA Coordinator
EM

Erica Muirbrook

ELA Coordinator & Administrative Intern


Wednesday June 19, 2019 1:30pm - 2:30pm MDT
Room 1216

1:30pm MDT

Simple Small Grouping
Want to learn some easy tips and tricks to get some small groups started in your classroom? This session will describe ways to group your students, how to use your classroom and materials that make behavior management easier during this time. You won't want to miss this!
RESOURCES
30 Plus Teacher Hacks and Tips, by Debra Chaponton

Speakers
EN

Emmi Novorotov-Robinson

Woods Cross Elementary
Masters of Education, National Geographic Educator
CB

Cindi Bergman

Woods Cross Elementary


Wednesday June 19, 2019 1:30pm - 2:30pm MDT
Room 1116

1:30pm MDT

Talk, Talk, Talk: Engaging Students in Productive Conversation
In this session participants will actively engage in conversations to increase student achievement. Academic conversations also provide opportunities for English Learners to hear & produce language in authentic & contextual ways.
RESOURCES
Academic Conversations: Classroom Talk that Fosters Critical Thinking and Content Understandings, by Jeff Zwiers and Marie Crawford
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/cziegler_dsdmail_net/ERkYV8PnFGhPhWzErCSsNrUBT7DxsVeGCsx_pxf_fhHQdg?e=tcUlu9

Speakers
MP

Mickie Pace

Educational Equity
CZ

Connie Zeigler

Educational Equity


Wednesday June 19, 2019 1:30pm - 2:30pm MDT
Room 1202

1:30pm MDT

The Importance of Digital Citizenship - What it is and how to integrate it into your classroom!
Di d you know there are new DSD Digital Standards for the K-6 classroom?  Come and learn about standards for digital citizenship: the what, why, how, and resources needed to teach our digital native students how use technology to be safe, engaged, responsible, metacognitive, and for learning, communicating, and developing empathy for the global community.
RESOURCES
Digital Citizenship in Action:  Empowering Students to Engage in Online Communities, by Kristen Mattson
https://sway.office.com/92l5vze7HKWCbU1P?ref=Link 

Speakers
RH

Rachelle Herbst

Digital Learning
MIE Expert Ed Tech Endorsement
CL

Cathy Larsen

Digital Learning Supervisor
CARE award Ed Tech Endorsement MIE Expert Supervisor


Wednesday June 19, 2019 1:30pm - 2:30pm MDT
Room 1228

1:30pm MDT

Understanding and Managing Classroom Behavior-Creating a Resilient Classroom
This session will cover the mindset of effective teachers and successful students.  Topics will include how to build the student-teacher relationship, different types of learning styles, and how to handle and connect with defiant and anxious students.  
RESOURCES
Understanding and Managing Children's Classroom Behavior-Creating Sustainable Resilient Classrooms, by Sam Goldstein and Robert Brooks
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/hhamblin_dsdmail_net/EUOgFhjZBVlCtMh2b2lI5oMB5Qy-fERfsAhoGLwVCm6o8w?rtime=5VSuvG_r1kg 

Speakers
HH

Haley Hamblin

Counselor
Masters Degree


Wednesday June 19, 2019 1:30pm - 2:30pm MDT
Room 1108

1:30pm MDT

Why your School Librarian Should be your New BFF
Do you know what is happening when your students go to library?  Do you know that you can collaborate with your school librarian in order to enhance your curriculum? What resources are available to you in the library? Come find out why you should be BFF's with your librarian.  
https://livedsdmail-my.sharepoint.com/:p:/g/personal/tijohnson_dsdmail_net/EVO9aW3HGWFOsDkSPdVWNQYB18QpDFvqArl1QZT9F0KVnQ?rtime=YhQE3Jv11kg 



Speakers
TJ

Tina Johnson

Centennial Jr. High Teacher Librarian
BA from BYU,  UELMA Board Member, Media Endorsement


Wednesday June 19, 2019 1:30pm - 2:30pm MDT
Room 1112