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10th December, 2018 07:30 am - 03:30 pm

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Milton High School
114 W HIGH ST
MILTON, WI 53563

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Monday, 10th December 2018

Time Jon C Platts Performing Arts Center MHS Cafeteria MHS Gym 2 MHS Room 131 MHS Room 132 MHS Room 133 MHS Room 144 MHS Room 134 MHS Room 135 MHS Room 136 MHS Room 202 Blackhawk Technical College Fab Lab
7:30 am Opening Keynote & Interactive Workshop
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Opening Keynote & Interactive Workshop

Opening Keynote & Interactive Workshop

By:
Ryan Ruggles, Susan Probst, Tim Schigur
December 10, 2018, 7:30 am to 10:30 am
Hall: Jon C Platts Performing Arts Center Type: Keynote
                     
7:40 am                      
7:50 am                      
8:00 am                      
8:10 am                      
8:20 am                      
8:30 am                      
8:40 am                      
8:50 am                      
9:00 am                      
9:10 am                      
9:20 am                      
9:30 am                      
9:40 am                      
9:50 am                      
10:00 am                      
10:10 am                      
10:20 am                      
10:30 am   Lunch Provided by SDM                    
10:40 am                      
10:50 am                      
11:00 am                      
11:10 am                      
11:20 am                      
11:30 am   Posters & Playgrounds                  
11:40 am                   BTC Fab Lab Tour 1
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BTC Fab Lab Tour 1

BTC Fab Lab Tour 1
Board a bus and check out BTC's Advanced Manufacturing Training Center, located in the heart of Milton. The 107,500 square-foot facility houses nearly all of BTC’s manufacturing programs which includes high tech equipment, labs and classrooms that allow for cross-training among several disciplines. It also has an advanced lab where students in different programs can collaborate. The state-of-the art facility is designed to give students the edge in developing modern manufacturing skills, making them highly desirable to employers.

By:
BTC - Sign up for the Fab Lab Tour at the Ask a Tech Station
December 10, 2018, 11:40 am to 12:40 pm
Hall: Blackhawk Technical College Fab Lab Type: Tour
11:50 am                  
12:00 pm     Snapshot 1-Creating an Escape Room and Other Games
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Snapshot 1-Creating an Escape Room and Other Games

Snapshot 1-Creating an Escape Room and Other Games
Want to liven up a review for your students? Want to create something without needing too many resources? In this session you will go through a psychology escape room and learn how the room was created to help students review. This could be done for all levels of students. As a bonus other review games will be shown to get your creative juices flowing.

By:
Renee Stieve
December 10, 2018, 12:00 pm to 12:20 pm
Hall: MHS Room 131 Type: Snapshot
Snapshot 2-Integrating Pear Deck into Your Lessons
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Snapshot 2-Integrating Pear Deck into Your Lessons

Snapshot 2-Integrating Pear Deck into Your Lessons
Learn how to integrate the Google add-on "Pear Deck" into your lessons to help your them become more interactive and efficient. This presentation is elementary-based, but can be applied to other grade-levels. Please bring your iPad or laptop to session.

By:
Andrew Peterson
December 10, 2018, 12:00 pm to 12:20 pm
Hall: MHS Room 132 Type: Snapshot
Personalized Learning; Making Learning Accessible for All Learners
Link

Personalized Learning; Making Learning Accessible for All Learners

Personalized Learning; Making Learning Accessible for All Learners
In this session, staff will be able to rotate through stations based on various student needs. (Reading, Writing, Math, Organization, Attention, Health & Wellness). Each station will begin with an activity (simulation) followed by time to explore tools that support learners in that area of need.

By:
Kris Sundlin, Whitney Wiese
December 10, 2018, 12:00 pm to 12:50 pm
Hall: MHS Room 133 Type: Workshop
Keeping Kids Safe Online in the Digital Age
Link

Keeping Kids Safe Online in the Digital Age

Keeping Kids Safe Online in the Digital Age
In the age of data privacy and digital citizenship, schools are taking on larger roles in keeping kids safe online. Social and emotional learning is the connection to perspective and the ability to understand how decisions will affect others.Collaborative leadership teams are important in establishing planning for implementation of instructional programming as well as the engagement of stakeholders – community, parents, district teams, etc. Students need to demonstrate empathy, compassion, respect, and intelligent behavior while navigating and making decisions online. Come ready to participate in discussions about the connection between online student safety and social and emotional learning, and interactively navigate resources to help embed these skills in the learning experience.

By:
Chad Kliefoth
December 10, 2018, 12:00 pm to 12:50 pm
Hall: MHS Room 144 Type: Workshop
Nurturing Independent Learners with Student-Centered Practices
Link

Nurturing Independent Learners with Student-Centered Practices

Nurturing Independent Learners with Student-Centered Practices
Personalized learning promotes student growth by tapping into learners’ varied experiences, strengths, and interests. The E House team from Cardinal Heights, an 8/9 upper middle school in Sun Prairie, will show many practical ways to create a more learner-centered classroom as they share highlights from their three-year journey. See how student voice and choice, along with proficiency-based progress, enable teachers and students to co-design differentiated learning experiences. Then discover how to leverage student/teacher conferencing, responsive instruction, and flexible learning spaces to support and nurture more independent learners.

By:
Bill Anciaux, Jessica Daugherty, Joel Block, Kelly Murphy, Renea Boguszewski
December 10, 2018, 12:00 pm to 12:50 pm
Hall: MHS Room 134 Type: Workshop
File Folder Management and other Ways to Save you Time and Frustration
Link

File Folder Management and other Ways to Save you Time and Frustration

File Folder Management and other Ways to Save you Time and Frustration
Come learn how to never lose a file again and find what you need in Google Drive. Also, learn some power moves on your Mac and keep it up to date.

By:
Karl Senger
December 10, 2018, 12:00 pm to 12:50 pm
Hall: MHS Room 135 Type: Workshop
SAMR, ISTE and Students, Oh My!
Link

SAMR, ISTE and Students, Oh My!

SAMR, ISTE and Students, Oh My!
This facilitated round table discussion will offer staff an opportunity to discuss teaching in a digital age. We we will explore the SAMR model and the ISTE standards for students as well as share ideas to help prepare students for a world they will live in.

By:
Ed Snow
December 10, 2018, 12:00 pm to 12:50 pm
Hall: MHS Room 136 Type: Workshop
Special Education: Data Collection Systems and Progress Monitoring
Link

Special Education: Data Collection Systems and Progress Monitoring

Special Education: Data Collection Systems and Progress Monitoring
Limited to Special Education Staff only. Brainstorm, problem solve and share with your partner the systems you have created to document evidence of which students are making gains and which need adjustments to their programming.

By:
Susan Probst
December 10, 2018, 12:00 pm to 12:50 pm
Hall: MHS Room 202 Type: Workshop
12:10 pm    
12:20 pm        
12:30 pm     Snapshot 1-Creating an Escape Room and Other Games
Link

Snapshot 1-Creating an Escape Room and Other Games

Snapshot 1-Creating an Escape Room and Other Games
Want to liven up a review for your students? Want to create something without needing too many resources? In this session you will go through a psychology escape room and learn how the room was created to help students review. This could be done for all levels of students. As a bonus other review games will be shown to get your creative juices flowing.

By:
Renee Stieve
December 10, 2018, 12:30 pm to 12:50 pm
Hall: MHS Room 131 Type: Snapshot
Snapshot 2-Integrating Pear Deck into Your Lessons
Link

Snapshot 2-Integrating Pear Deck into Your Lessons

Snapshot 2-Integrating Pear Deck into Your Lessons
Learn how to integrate the Google add-on "Pear Deck" into your lessons to help your them become more interactive and efficient. This presentation is elementary-based, but can be applied to other grade-levels. Please bring your iPad or laptop to session.

By:
Andrew Peterson
December 10, 2018, 12:30 pm to 12:50 pm
Hall: MHS Room 132 Type: Snapshot
12:40 pm     BTC Fab Lab Tour 2
Link

BTC Fab Lab Tour 2

BTC Fab Lab Tour 2
Board a bus and check out BTC's Advanced Manufacturing Training Center, located in the heart of Milton. The 107,500 square-foot facility houses nearly all of BTC’s manufacturing programs which includes high tech equipment, labs and classrooms that allow for cross-training among several disciplines. It also has an advanced lab where students in different programs can collaborate. The state-of-the art facility is designed to give students the edge in developing modern manufacturing skills, making them highly desirable to employers.

By:
BTC - Sign up for the Fab Lab Tour at the Ask a Tech Station
December 10, 2018, 12:40 pm to 1:40 pm
Hall: Blackhawk Technical College Fab Lab Type: Tour
12:50 pm                    
1:00 pm     Snapshot 3-SMART Labs
Link

Snapshot 3-SMART Labs

Snapshot 3-SMART Labs
Learn one more thing that your Smartboard can do that you didn't even know! SMART Labs are an easy way to assess whole class or groups with any topic. Quick and easy to make games/check ins with student interaction on their ipads or laptops.

By:
Ashley Kelleher
December 10, 2018, 1:00 pm to 1:20 pm
Hall: MHS Room 131 Type: Snapshot
Snapshot 4-Stikbot Studio:Get Started with Stop Motion Animation
Link

Snapshot 4-Stikbot Studio:Get Started with Stop Motion Animation

Snapshot 4-Stikbot Studio:Get Started with Stop Motion Animation
Bring your iPads in order to explore stop motion animation. You will learn how to create a short movie and gain experience adding special effects (green screen, voiceover, music, & sound effects). I will share how artists in my room have used this free app to tell stories.

By:
Bethany Scott
December 10, 2018, 1:00 pm to 1:20 pm
Hall: MHS Room 132 Type: Snapshot
Personalized Learning; Making Learning Accessible for All Learners
Link

Personalized Learning; Making Learning Accessible for All Learners

Personalized Learning; Making Learning Accessible for All Learners
In this session, staff will be able to rotate through stations based on various student needs. (Reading, Writing, Math, Organization, Attention, Health & Wellness). Each station will begin with an activity (simulation) followed by time to explore tools that support learners in that area of need.

By:
Kris Sundlin, Whitney Wiese
December 10, 2018, 1:00 pm to 1:50 pm
Hall: MHS Room 133 Type: Workshop
Reading and Writing with Technology
Link

Reading and Writing with Technology

Reading and Writing with Technology
Reading and Writing with Technology will give you a tips and tools to integrate technology into every facet of your teaching. We will demonstrate these tips and tools then allow you time to explore. We are eager to support any ideas that spark lesson development.

By:
Brianne Miles, Terri Harbort
December 10, 2018, 1:00 pm to 1:50 pm
Hall: MHS Room 144 Type: Workshop
Nurturing Independent Learners with Student-Centered Practices
Link

Nurturing Independent Learners with Student-Centered Practices

Nurturing Independent Learners with Student-Centered Practices
Personalized learning promotes student growth by tapping into learners’ varied experiences, strengths, and interests. The E House team from Cardinal Heights, an 8/9 upper middle school in Sun Prairie, will show many practical ways to create a more learner-centered classroom as they share highlights from their three-year journey. See how student voice and choice, along with proficiency-based progress, enable teachers and students to co-design differentiated learning experiences. Then discover how to leverage student/teacher conferencing, responsive instruction, and flexible learning spaces to support and nurture more independent learners.

By:
Bill Anciaux, Jessica Daugherty, Joel Block, Kelly Murphy, Renea Boguszewski
December 10, 2018, 1:00 pm to 1:50 pm
Hall: MHS Room 134 Type: Workshop
One Password to Rule Them All
Link

One Password to Rule Them All

One Password to Rule Them All
Ever feel like you have too many passwords and there’s no hope for remembering them all? Maybe you store them in a spreadsheet, a contact, or on paper, or perhaps you use the same password for everything. Maybe you feel uneasy about the security of your online accounts and you’re looking for some peace of mind. If any of that sounds close to home, this session is for you! Come learn about current tools and best practices for managing passwords and how to start reducing your risk.

By:
Neil Lubke
December 10, 2018, 1:00 pm to 1:50 pm
Hall: MHS Room 135 Type: Workshop
SAMR, ISTE and Students, Oh My!
Link

SAMR, ISTE and Students, Oh My!

SAMR, ISTE and Students, Oh My!
This facilitated round table discussion will offer staff an opportunity to discuss teaching in a digital age. We we will explore the SAMR model and the ISTE standards for students as well as share ideas to help prepare students for a world they will live in.

By:
Ed Snow
December 10, 2018, 1:00 pm to 1:50 pm
Hall: MHS Room 136 Type: Workshop
Special Education: Data Collection Systems and Progress Monitoring
Link

Special Education: Data Collection Systems and Progress Monitoring

Special Education: Data Collection Systems and Progress Monitoring
Limited to Special Education Staff only. Brainstorm, problem solve and share with your partner the systems you have created to document evidence of which students are making gains and which need adjustments to their programming.

By:
Susan Probst
December 10, 2018, 1:00 pm to 1:50 pm
Hall: MHS Room 202 Type: Workshop
1:10 pm    
1:20 pm        
1:30 pm     Snapshot 3-SMART Labs
Link

Snapshot 3-SMART Labs

Snapshot 3-SMART Labs
Learn one more thing that your Smartboard can do that you didn't even know! SMART Labs are an easy way to assess whole class or groups with any topic. Quick and easy to make games/check ins with student interaction on their ipads or laptops.

By:
Ashley Kelleher
December 10, 2018, 1:30 pm to 1:50 pm
Hall: MHS Room 131 Type: Snapshot
Snapshot 4-Stikbot Studio:Get Started with Stop Motion Animation
Link

Snapshot 4-Stikbot Studio:Get Started with Stop Motion Animation

Snapshot 4-Stikbot Studio:Get Started with Stop Motion Animation
Bring your iPads in order to explore stop motion animation. You will learn how to create a short movie and gain experience adding special effects (green screen, voiceover, music, & sound effects). I will share how artists in my room have used this free app to tell stories.

By:
Bethany Scott
December 10, 2018, 1:30 pm to 1:50 pm
Hall: MHS Room 132 Type: Snapshot
1:40 pm     BTC Fab Lab Tour 3
Link

BTC Fab Lab Tour 3

BTC Fab Lab Tour 3
Board a bus and check out BTC's Advanced Manufacturing Training Center, located in the heart of Milton. The 107,500 square-foot facility houses nearly all of BTC’s manufacturing programs which includes high tech equipment, labs and classrooms that allow for cross-training among several disciplines. It also has an advanced lab where students in different programs can collaborate. The state-of-the art facility is designed to give students the edge in developing modern manufacturing skills, making them highly desirable to employers.

By:
BTC - Sign up for the Fab Lab Tour at the Ask a Tech Station
December 10, 2018, 1:40 pm to 2:40 pm
Hall: Blackhawk Technical College Fab Lab Type: Tour
1:50 pm                    
2:00 pm     Snapshot 5-Notability in the Elementary Classroom
Link

Snapshot 5-Notability in the Elementary Classroom

Snapshot 5-Notability in the Elementary Classroom
In this session teachers can see strategies of how to use the app Notability throughout their day-to-day routine. Hands on work will include strategies of how student can use Notability in reading, writing, and math. Teachers can also see how Notability communicates with other apps to use for assessments and classroom projects.

By:
Lindsay Poredos
December 10, 2018, 2:00 pm to 2:20 pm
Hall: MHS Room 131 Type: Snapshot
Snapshot 6- Explore the Hidden Treasures of BrainPOP/BrainPOP Jr.
Link

Snapshot 6- Explore the Hidden Treasures of BrainPOP/BrainPOP Jr.

Snapshot 6- Explore the Hidden Treasures of BrainPOP/BrainPOP Jr.
Come explore the new features of your Brain Pop and/or Brain Pop Jr. subscription or come to learn how you can use it in your K-8 classroom. It’s now more than just videos and quizzes! Engage students in your classroom through various tools including make-a-movie, map creator, assignments, assessment features, coding, and multi-leveled news articles related to the topics.


By:
Kelly Doxey
December 10, 2018, 2:00 pm to 2:20 pm
Hall: MHS Room 132 Type: Snapshot
Keeping Kids Safe Online in the Digital Age
Link

Keeping Kids Safe Online in the Digital Age

Keeping Kids Safe Online in the Digital Age
In the age of data privacy and digital citizenship, schools are taking on larger roles in keeping kids safe online. Social and emotional learning is the connection to perspective and the ability to understand how decisions will affect others.Collaborative leadership teams are important in establishing planning for implementation of instructional programming as well as the engagement of stakeholders – community, parents, district teams, etc. Students need to demonstrate empathy, compassion, respect, and intelligent behavior while navigating and making decisions online. Come ready to participate in discussions about the connection between online student safety and social and emotional learning, and interactively navigate resources to help embed these skills in the learning experience.

By:
Chad Kliefoth
December 10, 2018, 2:00 pm to 2:50 pm
Hall: MHS Room 133 Type: Workshop
Reading and Writing with Technology
Link

Reading and Writing with Technology

Reading and Writing with Technology
Reading and Writing with Technology will give you a tips and tools to integrate technology into every facet of your teaching. We will demonstrate these tips and tools then allow you time to explore. We are eager to support any ideas that spark lesson development.

By:
Brianne Miles, Terri Harbort
December 10, 2018, 2:00 pm to 2:50 pm
Hall: MHS Room 144 Type: Workshop
File Folder Management and other Ways to Save you Time and Frustration
Link

File Folder Management and other Ways to Save you Time and Frustration

File Folder Management and other Ways to Save you Time and Frustration
Come learn how to never lose a file again and find what you need in Google Drive. Also, learn some power moves on your Mac and keep it up to date.

By:
Karl Senger
December 10, 2018, 2:00 pm to 2:50 pm
Hall: MHS Room 134 Type: Workshop
One Password to Rule Them All
Link

One Password to Rule Them All

One Password to Rule Them All
Ever feel like you have too many passwords and there’s no hope for remembering them all? Maybe you store them in a spreadsheet, a contact, or on paper, or perhaps you use the same password for everything. Maybe you feel uneasy about the security of your online accounts and you’re looking for some peace of mind. If any of that sounds close to home, this session is for you! Come learn about current tools and best practices for managing passwords and how to start reducing your risk.

By:
Neil Lubke
December 10, 2018, 2:00 pm to 2:50 pm
Hall: MHS Room 135 Type: Workshop
SAMR, ISTE and Students, Oh My!
Link

SAMR, ISTE and Students, Oh My!

SAMR, ISTE and Students, Oh My!
This facilitated round table discussion will offer staff an opportunity to discuss teaching in a digital age. We we will explore the SAMR model and the ISTE standards for students as well as share ideas to help prepare students for a world they will live in.

By:
Ed Snow
December 10, 2018, 2:00 pm to 2:50 pm
Hall: MHS Room 136 Type: Workshop
Special Education: Data Collection Systems and Progress Monitoring
Link

Special Education: Data Collection Systems and Progress Monitoring

Special Education: Data Collection Systems and Progress Monitoring
Limited to Special Education Staff only. Brainstorm, problem solve and share with your partner the systems you have created to document evidence of which students are making gains and which need adjustments to their programming.

By:
Susan Probst
December 10, 2018, 2:00 pm to 2:50 pm
Hall: MHS Room 202 Type: Workshop
2:10 pm    
2:20 pm        
2:30 pm     Snapshot 5-Notability in the Elementary Classroom
Link

Snapshot 5-Notability in the Elementary Classroom

Snapshot 5-Notability in the Elementary Classroom
In this session teachers can see strategies of how to use the app Notability throughout their day-to-day routine. Hands on work will include strategies of how student can use Notability in reading, writing, and math. Teachers can also see how Notability communicates with other apps to use for assessments and classroom projects.

By:
Lindsay Poredos
December 10, 2018, 2:30 pm to 2:50 pm
Hall: MHS Room 131 Type: Snapshot
Snapshot 6-Explore the Hidden Treasures of BrainPOP/BrainPOP Jr.
Link

Snapshot 6-Explore the Hidden Treasures of BrainPOP/BrainPOP Jr.

Snapshot 6-Explore the Hidden Treasures of BrainPOP/BrainPOP Jr.
Come explore the new features of your Brain Pop and/or Brain Pop Jr. subscription or come to learn how you can use it in your K-8 classroom. It’s now more than just videos and quizzes! Engage students in your classroom through various tools including make-a-movie, map creator, assignments, assessment features, coding, and multi-leveled news articles related to the topics.


By:
Kelly Doxey
December 10, 2018, 2:30 pm to 2:50 pm
Hall: MHS Room 132 Type: Snapshot
2:40 pm      
2:50 pm Head to Auditorium for Closing Event  
3:00 pm Closing and Drawings for Fabulous Prizes!
Link

Closing and Drawings for Fabulous Prizes!

Closing and Drawings for Fabulous Prizes!
Closing celebration, featuring RED Talks from Ryan Neuenschwander, Renee Stieve and MHS 12th Grader, Cassidy Krebsbach. In addition, there will be a drawing for fabulous prizes!

By:
Cassidy Krebsbach, Renee Stieve, Ryan Neuenschwander - Oral History Project
December 10, 2018, 3:00 pm to 3:30 pm
Hall: Jon C Platts Performing Arts Center Type: Closing
                     
3:10 pm                      
3:20 pm                      

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 Snapshot Workshop Keynote Posters and Playgrounds
 Closing Tour Break