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Propose a session for Teaching & Technology: Applied & Engaged Learning October 17th @ Brockport (Liberal Arts Building, 1st floor)

Please propose or show interest in breakout sessions by adding ideas, pros/cons, or votes to this Tricider. You may wish to propose any of the following types of breakout sessions (descriptions modified, in part, from AEA 2014):

Lightning Talks - Brief (5-10 minute) presentations about a practical application / lesson plan activity / something else that participants can institute right away (we will combine multiple talks into one breakout session).

Roundtable - Roundtables are oral presentations with discussion with attendees seated around a table. Roundtable presentations typically include 15 minutes of presentation, followed by 30 minutes of discussion and feedback.

Tool Demonstration - Teach your colleagues (in 15-20 minutes) about a tool that you love to use (we will combine multiple demonstrations into one breakout session).

Think Tank -  Focuses on a single issue or question. Initially, a chairperson orients attendees to the issue or question and relevant context. This may include small group exploration of parts of the larger issue or question.

Include the following:

1. Discussion Topic (~ 100 words)

2. Facilitator's Contact Info (Will you be leading the discussion or do we need to find a volunteer)?


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Ideas
Pros and cons
 
Votes
Digital Story Making Tools
by Janet
I would like to lead a tool demonstration for making digital stories with elementary through high... more
 
Would love to learn a program the students could independently navigate.
by Maureen
1
 
7

Joe, Robin, Linda and 4 more

Information Literacy and the high school to college transition
by Carleen
I was thinking maybe a roundtable format might be good for this.
 
Great ideas already! Would be excited too to see discussion on utilizing the New Framework for In... more
by Dave
1
6

Joe, Mia, Dave and 3 more

Creating online story maps
by Jim
2
ALice
Carleen Lawson
Technology and SUNY COIL (Cooperative Online International Learning) or Technology for collaborating w students from other schools in general
by Alice
2
A
Joe
Using the American Fact Finder to access the enormous amount of demographic information provided by the census
by Jzollweg
1
Carleen Lawson

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