"One SLICE at a Time" - Digital Immersion Lessons
Each content specific, immersive, hands-on lesson will purposefully explore the 4Cs and provide both a digital learning experience and a transparent walkthrough of the digital pedagogy. These content specific sessions conclude with frank and reflective discussions about the learning, successes and challenges of this immersive experience.
When Is It Okay to Break the Law? | ROOM 108/109
Ever heard students say reading is boring? It’s not in this lesson. Learn about civil rights and study literature in a method that will leave you and your students with a deeper understanding and excitement for reading.
Facilitated by Abbey Futrell and Nancy Mangum
Content-Specific Area - English Language Arts/ Fine Arts/Theology
Industrial Innovations | Ready to Digital Jigsaw? | ROOM 110
Can students get excited about various informational text, including images, while making meaning of various Industrial Innovations? Come learn dynamic, technology-infused learning and teaching strategies to increase rigor, relevance and student engagement to sustain interest in historical concepts and perspectives.
Facilitated by Lisa Hervey
Content-Specific Area - Social Studies/ World Languages
Making Math Manageable for All Students | ROOM 111
This session will demonstrate several content-specific tools and resources, in addition to cross-curricular tools, which will help enable students to build their own understanding and success in Math courses.
Facilitated by Alex Kaulfuss
Content-Specific Area - Math/Business /Computers
Amazing Race Against Pollution | ROOM 112
Looking for ways to get students excited about their surroundings and make meaningful connections? Want to increase their participation while sustaining their interests? This is the session for you! This immersive experience will get you on your feet and exploring how QR codes and digital tools can get students moving while also dissecting the HOWs of creating your own technology-enhanced lessons.
Facilitated by Brittany Miller and Jaclyn Stevens
Content-Specific Area - Science/PE Health