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We are pleased to announce the MassCUE and M.A.S.S. 2016 Annual Technology Conference, co-sponsored by the Massachusetts Computer Using Educators (MassCUE) and the Massachusetts Association of School Superintendents (M.A.S.S.). Both organizations recognize the benefits of a collaborative partnership that focuses on the collective interests of our school districts.  We will be providing educators from across the Commonwealth and New England with exciting ways to enhance teaching and learning with technology.  
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Thursday, October 20
 

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Communicate. Collaborate. Innovate: One District’s Journey in 1:1 Learning Red Level 69Dr. Maruszczak Ditch That Textbook Tomorrow! Red Level 79Matt Miller Gamifying Education Red Level 77Collin Keegan Toward Innovation that Works - CueByte Follow up Red Level 75Dr. David Dockterman Agency by Design: The promises, practices and pedagogies of maker-centered learning Red Level Mezzanine West side NorthJessica Ross Empowering Students Who Learn Differently - Learning Ally Red Level 25Learning Ally • Jennifer Dougherty Teaching Coding with Robots : From Kindergarten to Career Red Level 65Zivthan Dubrovsky • Wyss Institute • Shaileen Pokress Unlocking the HS environment Red Level 13The Learning Curve Consortium • Romeo Marquis Automate Student Registration Red Level 30SRC Solutions Inc • Will Baldini • Matt Newman Become a better Cognitive Coach to Ensure a Successful RTI Process Red Level 28Renaissance Learning • Carolyn Denny Flipping Student Information Systems: Can Your System Really Support School and Student Success Red Level Mezzanine West side NorthLearnLaunch • Kareena MacLeod How Public Schools can Reduce their Exposure to an Ransomware Attack Blue Level 19Whalley Computer Associates PASCO Scientific Red Level 31 Reading for Meaning with Read Naturally Live Red Level 63Read Naturally • Elaine Balum Using Adaptive Assessments to Support Literacy Instruction Red Level 26Lexia Learning • Alison Mitchell 1:1 A Teacher's Perspective Red Level 61Elizabeth V. Harple Build Your Twitter #PLN! Red Level 68Mark McNulty Create Free Animated Videos using Moovly.com Red Level 72Sandy Lemon • Karin Knapik-Cloutier Create, Collaborate & Share with Adobe Voice and Slate! Red Level 71Monica Burns Creating and Learning in a High School Fab Lab Red Level 21Elizabeth Lloyd • Toni Carlson Design Thinking with Independent Learning Endeavors Red Level 74Tara Gauthier Design, Connect, Learn: Best Practices for Creating Open Online Learning Experiences Red Level 18Torrey Trust Developing an Applied Technology Student Team Red Level 73Brian Nagel Digital Portfolios: It’s Elementary! Red Level 23Debby Fromen EVERFI Free Online Courses for K-12 Schools Red Level 14Shelagh St. Laurent • Barbara Murray Gamify Your Class Red Level 16MJ Linane Google Maps-imize Your Oral History Project! Red Level Mezzanine South East sideJulie Kuo iPads and the Creative K-8 Classroom Red Level 10Tom Daccord Making in an Elementary School Red Level 19Tim Harkins OER Web-based Simulations for High School Chemistry Red Level 67Jen Goree • Kristin Cowell PBL and the Research Process Red Level 76Beth Dichter • Melissa Zeitz Teaching History Using Technology Red Level 20Christine Donoghue Tech PD for Teachers by Teachers Red Level 60Susanne Fuller • Michelle Steever • Erin Drew The Power of Teacher Leaders Red Level 66Kerry Gallagher • Henry Turner The What, Why, Where, and How of Open Education Resources Red Level 15Jen Thomas • Darshell Silva Uniting IT Staff and Tech Specialists Red Level 70Jarred Haas Using Social Media for Project Based Learning Expression and Assessment Red Level 62Wendy Arnold • Joshua Cristiano 'Scratch'ing Deeply into Academic Content - Fitchburg Public Schools CueKid Area - North Mezzanine - East sideKim Bellio Assawompset Elementary School Library MakerSpace - Freelake Public Schools CueKid Area - North Mezzanine - East sideMaria Sylvain Education's New Consultants - Bishop Feehan CueKid Area - North Mezzanine - East sideSusan Kiley Foxboro High iSchool Advocates - Foxboro Public Schools CueKid Area - North Mezzanine - East sideRachel Barrett Sparking Imagination and Turning the Light Bulbs On: Inspiring Educators to Make, Create, and Connect - Mansfield Public Schools CueKid Area - North Mezzanine - East sideRayna Freedman The Making of a Makerspace: how LHS Pioneers Create, Innovate, and Tinker - Lynnfield Public Schools CueKid Area - North Mezzanine - East sideJanice Alpert Exploring Creativity & Purposeful Digital Storytelling with BPS Youth Voices Program - Boston Public Schools Global Ed AreaMichelle Abreu • Rashmi Pimprikar Our Students as Global Citizens - Norwood High School Global Ed AreaJenn Orlinski • Cindy Derrane Smartphone Photography as Instrument for Change - Hopkinton Public Schools Global Ed AreaSterling Worrell STEM Across the Globe - Blackstone Valley Regional Voc Tech HS Global Ed AreaDonna Sroka • Rosetta Spino The Blended Road to Competency Based Learning Red Level 20Dr. Kecia Ray

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Connecting Beyond the Walls Red Level Mezzanine West side NorthSherry Gick Increase Opportunities with Online Advanced Placement Courses Red Level 75The Virtual High School • Kim Spangenberg FileWave-Simplified Endpoint Management for Windows, MacOS, iOS, & Android. Red Level 31FileWave Endpoint Management • Jerry Case • Rusty Clementoni Google Apps Tools, Tips and Resources for School and District Administrators Red Level Mezzanine South East sideCDW-G • David Andrade Learning STEMs from Play Red Level 22Apple • Christine DiPaulo M & M’s and Reading Practice: What do they have in common? Red Level 28Renaissance Learning • Carolyn Denny Open Response Assessments for MCAS 2.0 Red Level Mezzanine West side NorthLearnLaunch • Hedrick Ellis Supporting English Learners through Blended Learning Red Level 26Lexia Learning • Alexis Treat Whalley Computer Associates MASSCUE Session: Three Takeaways that you can apply in your District Blue Level 19Whalley Computer Associates What You Need to Know About Security Red Level 63ePlus Technology • Heather Axworthy 3D Printing in the Classroom - Lessons Learned & Next Steps Red Level 18Robert Maloy • Suzan Kommers BOOM! Comics in the 21st Century Classroom Red Level 62Kerry Cowell Building a Connected Classroom Red Level 73Rafael Sardi and Mark Pizzi • Robin Tucceri Coding + Academics = Future Red Level 76Beth Dichter • Melissa Zeitz Create with Google Apps & Chrome Extensions Red Level 10Tom Daccord Creating a Digital Classroom Experience Red Level 60Sarah Borton • Erin Smith • Kyle Woodman • Jacob Patterson Developing Digital Literacy Curriculum for a 1:1 program Red Level 14Barbara Peskin DIY Mobile Video Across the Curriculum Red Level 69Fred Haas Double Your Productivity With Google Apps Red Level 16MJ Linane Elementary Robotics Program using LEGO WeDo Red Level 71Michelle Steever Google Tools for Integration Red Level 65Julie Kelley Infographics: INSPIRE, ENGAGE AND EXCITE! Red Level 72Sandy Lemon • Karin Knapik-Cloutier Integrating Technology for Teacher Professional Learning Red Level 24Kim Talbot • Margaret Adams Kid-Friendly Digital Portfolios Red Level 79Meghan Burchill • Sarah Perkins Maximizing Professional Development in a Blended Learning Environment Red Level 67Brian Allieri • Ranjani Sriram No more Red Pens Red Level 19Ashoke Ghosh • Chrystal Hoe Personalizing the Chromebook Learning Environment Red Level 70Jarred Haas Seesaw: Digital Portfolio Red Level 74Meghan Burchill • Alex Caram Shut Up About Your Favorite App Red Level 66Kerry Gallagher • Julie Cremin STEAM with a Fab Lab in the High School Red Level 21Erin Piazza • Elizabeth Lloyd Tell Me a Story Red Level 77Linda Dube • Shannon Famigletti Unleash the Power of ClassDojo! Red Level 68Mark McNulty Virtual Global Learning Red Level 61Jennifer Hanson Write a Successful MassCUE Grant! Red Level 13Wendy Espinoza Cotta • Moira Rodgers

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Becoming a Connected Educator: Finding a Million New Ideas Red Level Mezzanine West side NorthMatt Miller Debunk the Science Myth with Media: PBS LearningMedia Red Level 25WGBH • Carolyn Jacobs Getting Kids Addicted to Math - Gamification Red Level 31SMARTeacher Inc • Veenay Sehdev Hands On Minds On: Enhancing Literacy Learning with iPad Red Level 22Apple • Mauri Dufour Helping to Close the Digital Divide / Kajeet Red Level Mezzanine South East sideCDW-G • Kajeet, Inc. • Jonathan Kertesz How Artificial Intelligence Can Boost Math Succes Red Level 63McGraw Hill Education • Jay Macfarland How to Enable Greater Utilization of your IT Resources and Staff Blue Level 19Whalley Computer Associates Personalize Your Professional Development Red Level 26Atomic Learning • Christine Jegers #TechTeamMA: Empowering your Students and Transforming Your School with a Student Technology Team Red Level 73Chris Gosselin • Jenn Scheffer • Johanna Wilson (Google Classroom) Questions and Forms in the Classroom Red Level 65Paul McKnight • Justin Bourassa Alternative Assessments with Tech Red Level 16Ryan Lynch • Darlease Monteiro Chatting on Twitter... How to Participate, Facilitate and Share Red Level 15Brenda Maurao Creating Teacher Networks: Building Capacity for Sharing Innovative Digital Practice Red Level 19Michael DiLuzio • Elizabeth C Homan Effective EdTech Pilot Partnership Red Level 21Sheela Sethuraman • Diane Mustone Hauser Fostering Future Filmmakers Red Level 67Lauren Noller Google Slides Outside the Box Red Level 79Jeannie Erickson • Audra Kaplan Harnessing the Power of Social Media to Improve Public Relations and Create a Positive Brand for your School or District Red Level 24Dr. Patty Oakley Have you GHCC lately? (Google+, Hangouts, Communities and Collections) Red Level 23Kerri Lunn • Craig Sheil How Mashpee Hijacked a Hashtag Red Level 10Colleen Terrill • Suzy Brooks Interactive Learning Centers using tablets and Chromebooks Red Level 14Nen Locke • Winnie Carey Learn and Play in the K-8 Robot Rodeo Red Level 71Diane Horvath • Randie Groden MakerSpaces and PBL-The Perfect Match Red Level 62Matthew Jackson • Brandy Jackson Pathways into Math with Scratch Red Level 68Matthew Puma Performance Assessment Using Technology Red Level 70Jarred Haas • Susan Mulligan Pinterest, Projects and More Red Level 74Rebecca Kowalski Project-Based Learning to Engage and Assess! Red Level 72Karin Knapik-Cloutier • Sandy Lemon QR Codes-Innovative Learning and Differentiated Instruction Red Level 76Lorena Mott • Brenda Doucette Real world robotics Red Level 18Carmen Ferrara Revamp Digital Research Skills Red Level 60Jessica Garbowski Tools for Student Voice Red Level 66Kevin Zahner Using Wild Technology in Science Red Level 77Kate Benson • Susan Erickson

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Essentials for Google HUB ZoneHUB Tech • Joe Crehan What's Up Google? Red Level Mezzanine West side NorthAllison Mollica M.E.T.A.A Meeting Red Level 13Jared Perrine Shaping the Edtech Community in MA Schools Red Level Mezzanine West side NorthLearnLaunch • Alyssa Kierkegaard • Ann Koufman-Frederick • Megan Smallidge Strategies to Support Growing Bandwidth Needs: Every School, Every Classroom Red Level 25Education Superhighway • Aarti Bhatnagar • Jack Lynch Everyone Can Code Red Level 22Apple • Matt Brooks Interactive Classroom Blue Level 19Promethean • Whalley Computer Associates Personalize Your Professional Development Red Level 26Atomic Learning • Christine Jegers A hands-on guide to building mobile apps Red Level 18Carmen Ferrara Adventures in Project Based Learning Red Level 15Sarah Powers • Elin Dolen Connecting PBL Students to Global Problems Red Level 20Eric Braun Cruising into Coding with Pro-Bots! Red Level 67Marissa Foley Currating Student Work with Google Sites e-Portfolios Red Level 70Ken Bogacz Dash & Dot Your Way Into Coding Red Level 71Tara Draper Develop Teacher Tech Leaders Red Level 73Erinn Gilmore • Johanna Wilson Developing Awareness and Leadership Through PBL Red Level 16Alex Pennachio • Tom Scudder Digital Communications & Social Media Red Level 76Dr. Anna Nolin • Dr. Peter Sanchioni Establishing the Maker Culture in Your School Red Level 61Julie Lord • Heidi MacGregor Extending the Power of the Browser Red Level 69Fred Haas Global STEM Classroom Models Red Level 21Donna Sroka • Larisa Schelkin Increasing Social Awareness for ASD Students Using Claymation Red Level 60John Heffernan Intro of Makerspace in K-2 Classroom Red Level 62Brandy Jackson • Irina Tuule IoT4Kids: Getting Started Red Level 74Gretchen Smith • Tiffany Davis Making the Most of Moodle Red Level 14Dr. Alan J. Taylor Not 1:1? Feeling left out? Formative Assessment in the ONE device classroom Red Level 19Amy Jankins • Rosey McQuillan Parlez-vous technology? Red Level 66Margaret Schoen Plickers - Fun, Flexible and FREE Red Level 24Gaby Richard-Harrington Robotics. It's Elementary Red Level 68Daniel Riles Teachers Aren’t Mindreaders! Red Level 10Suzy Brooks Teachers as Designers: A Blended Approach for Using Design Thinking to Transform Education Red Level 65Stephanie Lanoue • Jessica Brown Technology and Creativity Red Level 17Maura Condon Three-Dimensional Learning Red Level 23Peter Fardig • Melanie Gates “A” is for Animation: Using Animation Production to Deepen Understanding in STEM Red Level 72Susan Sabella

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