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Friday, March 26
 

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Friday March 26, 2021 TBA
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8:00am EDT

DLD 2021 Kickoff 🏈 ☕
We are so excited to kick off #DLDMedfield 2021 with you! #FillYourCup with your favorite morning beverage & join us to hear a quick overview of the day-- including some fun surprises that are lined up! The goal was to deliver you a day full of CHOICE & ACCESS... choice in how you approach the day and access to amazing sessions. We hope you enjoy every second and get exactly what YOU need! ❤️

Friday March 26, 2021 8:00am - 8:15am EDT
TBA

8:15am EDT

Keynote: Culturally Responsive and Sustaining Pedagogy: Engaging and Empowering Students to Own Their Education Journeys
We will ground ourselves in a pedagogical framework that outlines, in a process-oriented way, how we can disrupt compliance-focused teaching and, instead, nurture independent learners who are critically conscious and are empowered to transform their lives, their communities, and society.

Speakers

Friday March 26, 2021 8:15am - 9:15am EDT
TBA

9:14am EDT

🚨⬇️ Click below🚨 #OnDemand sessions~ available ALL day! 🚨 ⬇️
*links will be available on 3/26/21*
All of the #OnDemand sessions are available at any point today! Click the button below to access ALL of the sessions & links.

Friday March 26, 2021 9:14am - 11:30pm EDT
On Demand

9:15am EDT

Bring Computer Science to Your School 👨‍💻 #OnDemand
Are you curious about teaching computer science principles but don't know where to start? Well then watch this presentation to get a good foundation on what the class entails and what you will be teaching.  I will walk you through teaching yourself to code and free resources available for this class. 

Speakers
avatar for Ursula Hunt

Ursula Hunt

Library Media Specialist, Blackstone-Millville Regional School District
I am the Library Media Specialist at Blackstone-Millville Regional H.S.But I am also the tech integrator, manage Chromebooks for students and staff, and teach computer science principles.I wear many hats at my school, as do so many of us in education, so if you have a question about... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 9:15am - 11:30pm EDT
On Demand

9:15am EDT

Can You Hear Me Now? 🎥Hollywood’s Transition from Silents to Sound 🔊🎙️ #OnDemand
At first, they were called "flickers" ... "actualities" ... and entertainment for "common folk." Then they grew in stature. Bold epics, poignant dramas, slapstick clowns - and MOVIE STARS!! So why did Hollywood then proceed to tamper with success and reinvent the wheel by adding sound? What did "talking pictures" do for both the art and the business sides of the film industry? And what does Singin' in the Rain have to do with it? Hey, we may not have much playing in movie theaters right now, but there's plenty of older stuff to discover. As Lauren Bacall famously said, "It's not an old movie if you haven't seen it."

Speakers
avatar for Frank Mandosa

Frank Mandosa

English/Film Theory Classroom Teacher, Medfield High School


Friday March 26, 2021 9:15am - 11:30pm EDT
On Demand

9:15am EDT

Cheat Sheet - Getting Started with Google Sheets💻 #OnDemand
'Cheat sheets' is all about ways that you can become more proficient using Google Sheets; this session is geared towards people who have prior basic knowledge of sheets but want to up their Sheets game.

To get the most out of this session you should use this link to make a copy of a dataset;  you will use that dataset in conjunction with the video you will be watching.


Speakers
avatar for Neal Sonnenberg

Neal Sonnenberg

Tech Integration Specialist, Medfield Public Schools
Neal is a technology integration specialist (9-12) for the Medfield Public Schools and a Google Certified Trainer. Previously, he taught High School Math and also worked as a Curriculum Coordinator developing online Math and Business courses He is one of the creators of Medfield's... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 9:15am - 11:30pm EDT
On Demand

9:15am EDT

Clever Commenting: Digital Feedback Tools 🗣️ #OnDemand
We all know the value of providing great feedback for students, but it can be difficult to do when your assignments are digital.  This session will focus on Google tools, extensions and applications which can take teacher feedback to the next level.  Provide specific and helpful feedback to your students by leaving written comments, audio notes, and even video clips.  In addition, tips for having students use the same tools to provide peer feedback will be shown. 

Speakers
avatar for Jessica Garbowski

Jessica Garbowski

Instructional Technologist/ Teacher, Easton Public Schools
I have been a teacher for 13 years at the middle school level in everything ranging from 6th grade to ELA to Coding. I am also the Instructional Technology Specialist for the Easton Middle School. My technology certifications include: Google Certified Trainer & Google Certified Level... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 9:15am - 11:30pm EDT
On Demand

9:15am EDT

Cultivate Compassion 💜 Through Creativity... Using Video & Green Screens! 🎥🟩 #OnDemand
In order to teach and cultivate compassion in your students, you must give them opportunities to practice it! Video production provides so many powerful and creative ways to accomplish this. Have you found a curiosity on how to assign video lessons or use a Green Screen? If YES, join this session!

Speakers
avatar for Erika Sandstrom

Erika Sandstrom

Digital Learning Coach/Digital Media Teacher, Green Screen Gal
Erika Sandstrom is a Digital Learning Coach as well as a 6th through 8th grade Digital Media Teacher who is in her 30th year as an educator.   Erika also founded the “Mindful Super Hero Club” @ClubMindful and is a Green Screen and Video Production online professional development... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 9:15am - 11:30pm EDT
On Demand

9:15am EDT

Digital Tools for Engaging Students without Breaking the Bank 🏦 #OnDemand
There are so many new digital tools out there!  Some of them are awesome, some are NOT so awesome, and some are just too expensive to be practical.  This session will highlight some of the best FREE digital tools to use with your students no matter what learning model you are currently using.  The websites and apps presented will help teachers with engaging students in a digital environment, providing students with feedback, and communicating with families.   Some of the tools presented include Whiteboard.chat, Mote, Blooket, and many more.  There is also an opportunity to share your favorite digital tools with your colleagues in our shared document.  Come learn about some of my favorite FREE digital tools to use with students and tell me about a few of your favorites too.


Speakers
avatar for Sarah Boyle

Sarah Boyle

Technology Integration Specialist, Milford Public Schools
Presenter Bio: Sarah Boyle is a Technology Integration Specialist for the Milford Public Schools.  She has been in the role for 7 years.  She is a certified Seesaw Ambassador, Flipgrid Educator, and Google Certified Trainer. Sarah leads professional development opportunities in... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 9:15am - 11:30pm EDT
On Demand

9:15am EDT

Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Resources that will NOT disappoint 🏳️‍🌈🖤🤎🙌 #OnDemand
"Choose Your Own Adventure" as you walk yourself through these slides created to meet you where you are at in your DEI journey. Skip slides that will not benefit you and dive into the slides that resonate most with you. Click on the sound bytes/ videos if you need further explanation-- or have fun exploring the resources unguided. You do you! Reach out to Kerry with ANY questions or thoughts!! Thank you so much :)

Speakers
avatar for Kerry Cowell

Kerry Cowell

preK-12 Library Department Head, Medfield Public Schools


Friday March 26, 2021 9:15am - 11:30pm EDT
On Demand

9:15am EDT

Establishing a Culture of Creativity in Any Learning Environment 💡#OnDemand
Do you want your students to demonstrate their understanding of class content in innovative ways? In order to encourage our students to think creatively and take academic risks, we must do the same. In this session, we will discuss ways to lay the groundwork for a classroom culture of creativity, and techniques for designing assignments based on class content. We will share methods of feedback that encourage students to improve upon their creations via an iterative process, and we’ll consider content-focused approaches to grading projects based on the students' understanding of the material and ability to explain their creative choices.

Speakers
avatar for Elizabeth Solomon

Elizabeth Solomon

Digital Learning Specialiat
I am a Latin Teacher and Digital Learning Specialist at St. John’s Preparatory School in Danvers, MA. I leverage digital learning tools in my classes to boost student engagement, encourage creativity, differentiate instruction, conduct frequent formative assessments, and maximize... Read More →
avatar for Julie Cremin

Julie Cremin

Digital Learning Specialist, St. Johns Prep
In addition to her role as a Digital Learning Specialist at St. Johns Prep, Julie is an Apple Distinguished Educator, a Google Certified Educator, and a FlipGrid Certified Educator. She is passionate about developing students to be active life-long learners who can leverage technology... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 9:15am - 11:30pm EDT
On Demand

9:15am EDT

G Suite Sweets - The Original #OnDemand 🍬🍭
The whole idea behind G Suite Sweets is to showcase small, bite-sized tips, tricks, and ideas for all things Google.  G Suite Sweets will offer you tons of helpful resources, project ideas, lesson designs, and edtech tools.  

Speakers
avatar for Christina Scilingo

Christina Scilingo

Digital Learning Specialist, Norton Public Schools
A New Jersey native, Christina Scilingo made her way up to Massachusetts when she decided to attended Stonehill College to study History and Education.  Since 2014, Christina has found her home in Norton Public Schools, first as a grade 6 World Geography teacher and, this year, as... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 9:15am - 11:30pm EDT
On Demand

9:15am EDT

G Suite Sweets - 🍬The Sequel #OnDemand
Do you constantly crave creative, new ideas? Whether you're new to G Suite or you're a Google guru, this session will have something for you. Building off of the session "G Suite Sweets," this presentation will have even more great tips and ideas for educators!

Speakers
avatar for Christina Scilingo

Christina Scilingo

Digital Learning Specialist, Norton Public Schools
A New Jersey native, Christina Scilingo made her way up to Massachusetts when she decided to attended Stonehill College to study History and Education.  Since 2014, Christina has found her home in Norton Public Schools, first as a grade 6 World Geography teacher and, this year, as... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 9:15am - 11:30pm EDT
On Demand

9:15am EDT

Gettin' Giffy with it! 🎬 #OnDemand
As Educators, we are always looking for that "hook." Something to reel in our students and gain their interest. GIFs offer a unique way to engage students and are also a GREAT tool to demonstrate learning. We will take a look at creating EASY, engaging GIFs that can both motivate and captivate!

Speakers
avatar for Erin Fisher

Erin Fisher

Technology Integration Facilitator, East Bridgewater Public Schools
Erin Fisher is the Technology Integration Facilitator (PreK-12) for the East Bridgewater Public Schools, a 1:1 Google Reference District. She has presented at the MASSCUE Fall and Spring conference multiple times, Bridgewater State University, various school districts' Tech PD days... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 9:15am - 11:30pm EDT
On Demand

9:15am EDT

How to Avoid Awkward Silence in a Hybrid Environment 🗣️🎙️ #OnDemand
Are you waiting for somebody to say something!!?? (other than you of course!)  One of the toughest parts about the hybrid learning environment is getting students to share their thoughts and stay engaged.  In this session, you'll find some strategies that we've discovered to make this wacky year feel a little more like normal.  (Here is the Google Site we've put together for you all.) 

Speakers
avatar for Shelly Pagnotta

Shelly Pagnotta

Science Teacher, Dedham Middle School
I have been teaching middle school life and physical science for 17 years, all at Dedham Middle School in Dedham, MA. I am a Google Level 1 Certified Educator, which I am super excited about showcasing at this event! In our district, we are 1:1, students/staff to Chromebooks, so all... Read More →
avatar for Sean Bowles

Sean Bowles

8th Grade Science Teacher, Dedham Public Schools
Teach 8th grade science at Dedham Middle School and love integrating purposeful technology into the classroom.  On the flip side though, I am currently experimenting and trying to figure out ways in which I can bring my classroom outdoors while still meeting the state standards... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 9:15am - 11:30pm EDT
On Demand

9:15am EDT

If you feel like you are sinking, 🚣‍♀️ try design thinking! 💡#OnDemand
In this Design Thinking Session, we want to share our story and passion in working with the DT process in our classrooms at the high school level.  Our goal is to show you a variety of projects that can be applied across different content areas as well as give you resources to be able to bring back DT to your classrooms.  We hope to inspire you to try something new in this crazy time in education.  Take a watch, we promise it will be worth it!  Appropriate for grades 6-12 educators.

Speakers
avatar for Melissa Foley-Procko

Melissa Foley-Procko

English Teacher, Nashoba Regional High School
Melissa Foley-Procko is a high school English teacher at Nashoba Regional High School, in Bolton, MA. In her 21st year of teaching. Melissa continues to try and find new ways to engage students and incorporate creativity and collaboration into her classroom. Using Design Thinking... Read More →
avatar for Taryn Grigas

Taryn Grigas

Business Teacher, Nashoba Regional High School
Taryn Grigas is a high school business teacher with a passion to promote career paths for students’ futures. In addition to teaching business curriculum, Taryn instructs Computer Applications and Multimedia classes. She continues to focus on learning new ways to integrate technology... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 9:15am - 11:30pm EDT
On Demand

9:15am EDT

Let's talk Calming, anyone remember that feeling? 😌 #OnDemand
Easy and quick calming strategies to use in your classroom.  Let's hear from kids what they think about it and see some strategies in action.  

In addition to our presentation slides, you will also want to reference our Tapping Slide Deck for DLD.

Speakers
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Kathy Bockhorst

Guidance Counselor, Wheelock School
JJ

Jenna Johnson

School Psychologist, Wheelock School


Friday March 26, 2021 9:15am - 11:30pm EDT
On Demand

9:15am EDT

Let's “Jam” about design thinking to solve problems and collaborate with Jamboard 💡#OnDemand
Let's Jam together to explore the possibilities of using the favorite tool amongst remotely/hybrid learning...Jamboard.

Speakers
avatar for Craig Sheil

Craig Sheil

Digital Learning Specialist, Bedford High School
Technology Integration Teacher; Adjunct Faculty; love for Mathematics; Google for Education Certified Trainer, NH GEG Co-leader #bhstech222 #GoogleET #NHGEG


Friday March 26, 2021 9:15am - 11:30pm EDT
On Demand

9:15am EDT

Look for the Helpers 🌞🌈 #OnDemand
Mr. Rodgers encouraged us to “Look for the Helpers” when bad things happen and this is the approach that has saved us as educators during a pandemic. Join us to learn about our journey to make virtual connections in our school, district and beyond!

Speakers
avatar for Brenda Maurao

Brenda Maurao

Assistant Director of Elementary Education
I am a passionate educational leader who strives to foster a joyful inclusive learning community in schools that hold high expectations for students, educators, and families! I believe we all need to embrace a growth mindset in order to do our very best every day for our students... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 9:15am - 11:30pm EDT
On Demand

9:15am EDT

Maker projects with Vinyl/Craft Cutters ✂️ #OnDemand
Learn how a vinyl and craft cutter can be used effectively in the classroom - by students on Maker projects, or by the teacher to create custom classroom materials.

Speakers
avatar for Diane Brancazio

Diane Brancazio

K12 Maker Team Leader, MIT Edgerton Center
Diane is passionate about the potential of makerspaces to improve education. She works intensively to support teachers integrating maker into their regular curriculum and in using makerspaces to engage and empower students. Her formal technical training includes a BS in Electrical... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 9:15am - 11:30pm EDT
On Demand

9:15am EDT

Making Where You Are #OnDemand🧵✂️📦📍
This year the pandemic has limited the exposure to classroom/school makerspaces.  How do we adapt?  As Gary Stager said, "The best Makerspace is between your ears".  My hope is that I can empower students and educators to create projects from their own home, out in nature or online.

Speakers
avatar for Beth Lloyd

Beth Lloyd

Innovation Specialist/OT retired


Friday March 26, 2021 9:15am - 11:30pm EDT
On Demand

9:15am EDT

Math+C: Mathematics through programming in the elementary grades 💭 💻 #OnDemand
Our NSF-funded project, Math+C, at Education Development Center, in partnership with the Waltham, MA, Public Schools, is developing a coherent integration of computer science (CS) ideas and skills into elementary mathematics, using programming as a language to help children express and explore mathematical ideas. The idea is that programming, used appropriately, can be a medium and language for mathematical and computational thinking, changing how children learn mathematics and helping develop and expose children's computational thinking. For teachers, it can offer opportunities to see children’s thinking in new ways. We are investigating this idea, working closely with children and teachers in grades 2–5.

Speakers
avatar for Zak Kolar

Zak Kolar

Digital Learning Teacher, Plympton
EA

Elsa Aviza Oberg

Math Coach, Plympton
avatar for Kate Coleman

Kate Coleman

Senior Curriculum/Instructional Design Associate, Education Development Center


Friday March 26, 2021 9:15am - 11:30pm EDT
On Demand

9:15am EDT

Meanderings and Musings on Leadership and Learning 💕💡 #OnDemand
Who doesn't love a great quote?  This session will highlight a whole bunch of quotes that have inspired, challenged, sometimes troubled, and often brought me joy over the last year as we all worked everyday to make sense of: What is our most meaningful work right now? AND How do I do it?  Please join this session if you need a reminder of your WHY? or maybe need a little space for reflection.  Since one of my favorite leadership gurus this year has been Ted Lasso, you can expect some #leadlikelasso quotables added to the mix.

Speakers
avatar for Gabby Abrams

Gabby Abrams

Assistant Superintendent, Medway Public Schools


Friday March 26, 2021 9:15am - 11:30pm EDT
On Demand

9:15am EDT

Media Literacy - Can you believe everything on the Internet? 🤔 #OnDemand
For elementary teachers and staff, we discuss why Velcro Farming is not a real thing and provide resources and books that can be read or used as discussion starters.

Speakers
avatar for Donna Miller

Donna Miller

Library Media Teacher, Norwood Public Schools
Elementary School Library Teacher, love to learn about new technology, read, and garden.


Friday March 26, 2021 9:15am - 11:30pm EDT
On Demand

9:15am EDT

Organize your Digital Life 🧹💻#OnDemand
In this crazy time with cohorts and synchronous and asynchronous learning and some students at home and some in the class, staying organized is more important than ever.  This session will teach you how you can get and stay organized in Chrome, Drive, and Classroom.

Speakers
avatar for Neal Sonnenberg

Neal Sonnenberg

Tech Integration Specialist, Medfield Public Schools
Neal is a technology integration specialist (9-12) for the Medfield Public Schools and a Google Certified Trainer. Previously, he taught High School Math and also worked as a Curriculum Coordinator developing online Math and Business courses He is one of the creators of Medfield's... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 9:15am - 11:30pm EDT
On Demand

9:15am EDT

Programming in BlocksCAD - creating 3D Models using Math Concepts 🧑‍💻 #OnDemand
Learn how to integrate computer science into your classes using BlocksCAD. BlocksCAD is easy to use and students enjoy creating models with the blocks based programing language. Students use math and computer science skills to create the models. The models can be printed or used in other programs too. 

Speakers
avatar for Anne Marie Wyman

Anne Marie Wyman

Technology Teacher, Johnson Middle School
All things technology!


Friday March 26, 2021 9:15am - 11:30pm EDT
On Demand

9:15am EDT

Read Smarter with Actively Learn 🔰 #OnDemand
Actively Learn is an online tool that turns reading into an interactive learning experience. Select ELA, science, or social studies content from a digital library containing thousands of texts and videos suitable for students in grades 3-12. Teachers have the ability to add their own content as well. Students interact with the text by answering comprehension questions, learning the meaning of highlighted words, and adding their own notes. Google Classroom integration is available. Learn how you can enhance and personalize your student’s reading experience.

Speakers
avatar for Joe Ahern

Joe Ahern

Technology Integrationist, Medfield Public Schools
I began my career in the elementary classroom, and have been immersed in the world of #edtech since 2007. My home back then was in a computer lab following a fixed schedule of classes from Kindergarten - 5th grade. As the years passed by, technology became more prevalent in the classroom... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 9:15am - 11:30pm EDT
On Demand

9:15am EDT

Relationships Matter - The most important aspect of your classroom 💕🚸 #OnDemand
Getting burnt out by students who don't respond? Tired of non-responsive students? Worried about the social emotional well-being of your kids? Wishing you could replace yourself with a camera-ready cardboard cut out?  It's time to think outside the curriculum! What is the most important part of your school? (Spoiler, it is NOT miles of state guidelines or flaming hoops to jump through!) The most important part of your school is YOU. In this session, we will look at how we can get back to basics. Focusing on relationship building - both in person and online - can help our students build trust and perform better. Join me to learn some basic strategies for motivating students, building rapport and why post-it notes are my favorite school tool.

Speakers
avatar for Tracy McGarry

Tracy McGarry

Special Education Team Chairperson, HAY Elementary School
Tracy McGarry, M.Ed., is currently a Special Education Team Chairperson at the H. A. Yelle Elementary School in Norton, MA. Prior to this school year, she served 16 years as an 8th grade Learning Specialist at the Norton Middle School, a NELMS Spotlight School. Tracy has a B.A. in... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 9:15am - 11:30pm EDT
On Demand

9:15am EDT

Silly Rabbits 🐇 and Worksheet Trix 🌈 #OnDemand
This workshop has nothing to do with rabbits- but it made you look, didn't it? Now, let's face it. You have the worksheet already. And it's a good one. But you want to make it accessible to all learners. Or you want to make it so that your students can fill it out digitally. Well, you're in the right place. We will walk you through 4 ways to turn a paper worksheet into digital format. There's something for everyone here. We've even included a couple of cool bonus tips- including one very easy way to get some hard copy text into Google Docs- in just seconds!

Speakers
avatar for Stephen Harte

Stephen Harte

Technology Integration Specialist, Chickering School
I spent sixteen years teaching 4th and 5th grade so I am familiar with the demands placed on the classroom teacher. In 2009, I made the switch to a specialist. Now I spend my time educating teachers and students. It's the best job ever. I think it's important to put a heavy emphasis... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 9:15am - 11:30pm EDT
On Demand

9:15am EDT

Stop Motion Animations using Google Slides 🎥 #OnDemand
Did you know that there is so much more to Google Slides than just a presentation tool? Come learn how to turn Google Slides into Stop Motion Animations. Creating stop motion animations are a fun way for students to show what they have learned in any subject area. These animations can be as simple or complex as you'd like. This session is best for students in grades 3 and up.

Speakers
avatar for Jen VanHill

Jen VanHill

Instructional Technology Specialist, Milton Public School


Friday March 26, 2021 9:15am - 11:30pm EDT
On Demand

9:15am EDT

You've Used Technology, now what? Using Seesaw as a Digital Portfolio 🖼️ #OnDemand
Are you interested in learning about how Seesaw works? Have you heard little tidbits about this amazing digital platform? Seesaw can do so much for you! Your students will actually show their thinking---they can talk, add pictures, and explain it all! Parents will love seeing the activities you do during the day! Come learn all about this great resource!

Speakers
CF

Christen Foote

Grade 2 teacher
I teach second grade in Easton at Center Elementary School.


Friday March 26, 2021 9:15am - 11:30pm EDT
On Demand

9:16am EDT

🚨⬆️Click above🚨 #OnDemand sessions~ available ALL day! 🚨 ⬆️
*links will be available on 3/26/21*
All of the #OnDemand sessions are available at any point today! Click the button below to access ALL of the sessions & links.




Friday March 26, 2021 9:16am - 11:30pm EDT
On Demand

9:30am EDT

Beyond the Book 📖
Book Creator is more than just a tool to make and tell stories. Go beyond the book to discover new ways to creatively use Book Creator with students. If you have used interactive notebooks in the past or are thinking about using them in the future, this session is designed to show you fun and interactive ways in which students can showcase their work, interact with their learning, and provide a space for students to express their thinking. 

Speakers
avatar for Michael Gow

Michael Gow

Sixth Grade SS, Medfield Public Schools
I teach Ancient History and World Geography 1 for sixth grade. The 2020/21 school year marked the start of my 21st year as a sixth grade teacher in Medfield. I have two children ages 9 and 13. I love anything outdoors especially hiking, birding, canoeing, and fishing. I am especially... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 9:30am - 10:15am EDT
TBA

9:30am EDT

Using Chatterpix with Legos and Puppets to Up Your Engagement 💪
Want to up your engagement in your class? Have stuffed animals or puppets lying around? I know you have Legos by the millions! Use these items along with the super cool Chatterpix app on iPads! You can build anything you want and then draw a line to have it talk! Come join me to learn about how this all can work!


Speakers
CF

Christen Foote

Grade 2 teacher
I teach second grade in Easton at Center Elementary School.


Friday March 26, 2021 9:30am - 10:15am EDT
TBA

9:30am EDT

Zoomin' Into iMovie 🎥🍿
In this session you will learn how to use Zoom video clips to create quick, fun, iMovie.  We will create a Morning Announcement as an example however, the possibilities are endless!

Speakers
avatar for Holli Caulfield

Holli Caulfield

Prinicpal, Medfield Public
I have been an elementary educator for 31 years.  I love watching children learn, explore, and grow.  There is nothing like the sparkle in a child's eye!


Friday March 26, 2021 9:30am - 10:15am EDT
TBA

9:30am EDT

Fireside Chat with Malika Ali - All are welcome! 🔥
All are welcome in this open space for questions and discussion on any topics related to instructional equity and Culturally Responsive Teaching.

Speakers

Friday March 26, 2021 9:30am - 10:15am EDT
TBA

9:30am EDT

Representing All Voices in the Core Curriculum ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜🖤🤎🤍
Over the past few months we have seen the need to incorporate more BIPOC into our classroom. Come chat with us and see how we are trying to figure out what works! 

Speakers
avatar for Orla Berry

Orla Berry

Science Dept Chair 6-12, Medfield Public schools
AP Bio Teacher; Science Department Chair Grades 6-12;
avatar for Jessica Safer

Jessica Safer

Math Dept. Chair [6-12], Medfield High School
@mssafermhs
BS

Beth Sancher

Medfield High School


Friday March 26, 2021 9:30am - 10:15am EDT
TBA

9:30am EDT

Alfred Hitchcock: The Master of Suspense 🎥 📽 🎞
His name is arguably even more famous than his legendary films. Dubbed "Hitch" by those who knew him, Alfred Hitchcock had an uncanny knack for tapping into his audiences' fears and hang-ups. Brilliant yet neurotic, witty yet droll, churning out classics ranging from Shadow of a Doubt and Rear Window to Vertigo and Psycho, he was a showman in every sense of the word. You'll learn some crazy stuff - not only behind-the-scenes anecdotes and fun facts, but also stories from his personal life that, when put all together, paint a vivid picture of a film director who knew how to make audiences simultaneously chuckle at his morbid sense of humor and squirm from suspense. You will walk away with a deeper appreciation for his work and have a "good ahf-tah-noon." (and you just read that in his voice)

Speakers
avatar for Frank Mandosa

Frank Mandosa

English/Film Theory Classroom Teacher, Medfield High School


Friday March 26, 2021 9:30am - 10:15am EDT
TBA
  Film/Media

9:30am EDT

A Year of Learning - Reflections with Justin Reich 🧑‍💻😷
A Year of Learning - Reflections with Justin Reich
Join Nat Vaughn together with Justin Reich (co-founder of EdTech Teacher, educational researcher, and author of Failure to Disrupt: Why Technology Alone Can’t Transform Education) for an engaging session as we explore, reflect, and discuss questions around our learning and experiences since March, 2020.  Justin has a long-standing relationship and has partnered with the Medfield Public Schools through his work with EdTech Teacher, working to help foster and nurture meaningful learning experiences in a systematic, coherent environment.
After a year of ‘forced’ alternative modes of education, it is incumbent upon us as educators to pause and take stock of  our experiences, lessons learned, practices we want to keep, practices we want to shift, and ‘reset’ - What practices should we continue? What should we resume? Should we go back to ‘normal’?  These are important conversations to be had - join us as we look to capture and archive the learning and map a path forward to support all of our learners.  

Speakers
avatar for Nat Vaughn

Nat Vaughn

Principal Blake Middle School, Medfield Public Schools
I have been an educator for 23 years and have been the principal at Blake Middle School in Medfield, MA for the past 10 years. I believe in advocating for and fostering an environment of collaboration and creativity with students, teachers and parents has played a significant role... Read More →
avatar for Justin Reich

Justin Reich

Asst. Professor, Teaching Systems Lab
Justin's BioA former high school history teacher, Justin Reich is the Mitsui Career Development Professor of Comparative Media Studies at MIT, the director of the MIT Teaching Systems Lab (tsl.mit.edu), the host of the TeachLab podcast (teachlabpodcast.com), and the author of Fai... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 9:30am - 10:15am EDT
TBA

9:30am EDT

Screentime: One district's effort to help students navigate the technology-infused environment in a way that is safe, effective, healthy, and well-balanced 💻
This presentation was initially planned for March 2020, but then COVID happened. The description below is the original from last year. Obviously, with remote/hybrid learning, screentime has taken on a whole new meaning. This year's presentation/discussion will be primarily focused on Westwood's assessment of screentime during pre-pandemic times, with adaptations as needed to include our experiences this school year.

Children are getting smartphones at much younger ages, some as early as third grade and most by sixth grade. At the same time, most schools have implemented 1:1 programs, resulting in a rapid transition towards the use of digital resources that have traditionally been paper-based. Because of these trends, schools are starting to grapple with the issue of screentime and how to strike a reasonable balance between online and offline learning activities. Parents are also trying to manage technology at home and looking for ways to encourage positive technology habits for their children.

For the reasons stated above, Westwood has identified a strategic priority to Expand Efforts to help students navigate the technology-infused environment in a way that is safe, effective, healthy, and well-balanced. In order to address this priority, the district has reflected on how things have changed in recent years, looked at current research about technology and its impact on children, and directly assessed students about their personal technology experiences.

Come learn about some of Westwood’s findings and some of the steps the district is taking to address this issue. This will be an interactive session - I’d love to hear how other districts are addressing this topic too!

Speakers
avatar for Steve Ouellette

Steve Ouellette

Director of Technology, Learning, and Innovation, Westwood Public Schools
avatar for Greg Schwanbeck

Greg Schwanbeck

Physics Teacher & Instructional Technology Coach, Westwood High School
Greg Schwanbeck has taught Physics for the past decade, refining a teaching style founded upon personal connections with students, research-based pedagogies, innovative applications of educational technology, and engaging humor.Currently, Greg works at Westwood High School, where... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 9:30am - 10:15am EDT
TBA

9:30am EDT

Finding True North 🧭 With A Pencil, Some Paper & A Compass 📝
At the center of teaching and learning communities lies empathy, equity, critical thinking, human perspective-taking, innovation, inclusion, and creative problem-solving. Join this interactive session to see how visualizing and facilitating your thinking with a pencil, some paper, and the frameworks of a compass can lead you and your students to establish a habit of life that will keep thinking flexible and moving forward while supporting the voices of all learners in being heard.

Speakers
avatar for Kim Zajac

Kim Zajac

SLP
Kim Zajac, MA CCC-SLP/A is a certified speech/language pathologist and Audiologist at Norton Middle School and Norton High School. She is an affiliated faculty member for the Speech@Emerson Graduate Program as a Virtual Practicum Facilitator. Kim holds specialized certification in... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 9:30am - 10:15am EDT
TBA

9:30am EDT

ABCs of Remote Teaching and Learning 🔤
Let’s talk pandemic survival, and showcase the superpowers that every teacher has discovered in themselves. Take an alphabetical walk through what we have learned, what we have used to provide continuity of learning for students, and consider where we go from here.

Speakers
avatar for Jed Stefanowicz

Jed Stefanowicz

Digital Learning Coach, Old Post Road School


Friday March 26, 2021 9:30am - 10:15am EDT
TBA

9:30am EDT

Stop, Scribble and Wiggle 🛑 ✍️💃🕺
3 mindful breaks you can use in your classroom right away to help students develop self-regulation, self-awareness and executive functioning. PK-12 educators welcome! If you've never wiggled on Zoom, THIS is your opportunity, folks!

Speakers
avatar for Laura Keene

Laura Keene

School Psychologist, 9-12
Medfield High School Psychologist who used to work with elementary and middle schoolers and still loves glitter, T-Swift and coloring! I like to VERY enthusiastically encourage my students to participate in interactive breaks that allow them to practice calming strategies, build emotional... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 9:30am - 10:15am EDT
TBA
  SEL

10:20am EDT

☕ Fill Your Cup: BYOD --> Bring Your Own Dog (to DLD) 🐕‍🦺🐕🐩🐶🐾🦴
Bring your sidekick and learn how they can help reduce your stress, improve your cardiovascular system, and improve your overall psychological state!


Friday March 26, 2021 10:20am - 10:35am EDT
TBA

10:20am EDT

☕ Fill Your Cup: Fitness in 15 Minutes - Get ready to get MOVING! 🏋️ #OnDemand
This 15-minute bodyweight exercise session will get your heart rate up and muscles moving!  All you need is a little space, a smile, and YOU!

Speakers
KT

Kristen Thibeault

Teacher
Anything health and wellness!


Friday March 26, 2021 10:20am - 10:35am EDT
On Demand

10:20am EDT

☕ Fill Your Cup: Improv Comedy + Zoom = ZoomProv! 🎭🍿
Join us for some fun and quick improv games over Zoom!  Take a different kind of brain break and laugh with colleagues.  No experience in any sort of theater or comedy needed. 

Speakers
avatar for Kara Gelormini

Kara Gelormini

Reading Specialist, Blake Middle School
I have been a teacher and improvisational comedienne for 20+ years. I've run workshops for both children and adults, and 2019 DLD was my first workshop for educators. I look forward to trying improv with you over zoom!


Friday March 26, 2021 10:20am - 10:35am EDT
TBA

10:20am EDT

☕ Fill Your Cup: It's never too late to strum the guitar! 🎸🎼
Have you ever wanted to play the guitar? This #FillYourCup session will prove it is never too late.
Join Medfield legend, Michael Mason, share some fun tips and tricks about how he picked up the guitar at 55 years old!

Speakers
avatar for Michael Mason

Michael Mason

Michael Mason- Plainville, MAAcoustic Guitar/ SingerAcademic Tutor- grades 3-6508-838-6632mfmmace@verizon.net


Friday March 26, 2021 10:20am - 10:35am EDT
TBA

10:20am EDT

☕ Fill Your Cup: Let's DLD-Dance! 💃🕺🎉
Fill your cup with JOY! Come join us for an energy-boosting 15-minute dance session. I will lead some simple dances that are easy to follow but guaranteed to get the joy bubbling up. We'll explore some contemporary pop tunes as well as a variety of music from around the world. No experience necessary!

Speakers
avatar for Eithne Stover

Eithne Stover

Music Educator, Wheelock & Dale Street Elementary Schools
Eithne [ETH-na] Stover is a general music and beginning strings teacher at Wheelock and Dale St schools.  She has been teaching in Medfield since 2012. Eithne is a Level III certified Orff-Schulwerk teacher who seeks to nurture musicianship through the integration of music, movement... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 10:20am - 10:35am EDT
TBA

10:20am EDT

☕ Fill Your Cup: Morning Medfield Meditation 🌅 #OnDemand
A loving-kindness meditation for our Medfield community- Audio recording












Speakers
avatar for Kerrie Krah

Kerrie Krah

Speech-Language Pathologist, Medfield High School
Speech-Language Pathologist, Medfield Public Schools


Friday March 26, 2021 10:20am - 10:35am EDT
TBA

10:20am EDT

☕ Fill Your Cup: Self Care Ritual: Facial Massage and Breath-work 💆‍♀️💆‍♂️
“When life gets tough, what spills over?" You’re invited to fill your cup with a self-care ritual of mindful breathing, gentle seated yoga and facial massage to rebalance & nourish your nervous system. With just a
few moments of your tender care, you’ll feel more calm and grounded.

The facilitator is certified, Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, yoga teacher, and licensed esthetician Chanelle Camire.

Speakers
avatar for Chanelle Camire

Chanelle Camire

Founder + Owner, Sweet Balance Yoga


Friday March 26, 2021 10:20am - 10:35am EDT
TBA

10:20am EDT

☕ Fill Your Cup: Tarot Card Reading 🔮
Black magic? Predictor of the future? Nope. The tarot is an old-world lens for viewing questions, conflicts, or just exploring whatever's on your mind. Drop in with an open heart and a curious spirit for a one-card reading. We can talk about how to frame your questions, how to interpret your results, stuff like that. No, I can't tell you who you're going to marry, or when you're going to get a vaccine appointment.

Speakers
avatar for M.A. Garcia

M.A. Garcia

English Teacher, GSA Advisor, Medfield High School


Friday March 26, 2021 10:20am - 10:35am EDT
TBA

10:20am EDT

☕ Fill Your Cup: Tech-Tok Smackdown 💾💻🤼‍♂️
Fill your cup full of Tech Tips!  Grab a tip, leave a tip!  In this collaborative session, we will each get a chance to share some quick tech tips/best practices from your tech journey. Come ready to share or just sit back relax and enjoy the Tech Tok (Talk) ..

Suggest your tech tip here and be ready to present about it in 1 minute or less ..

Speakers
avatar for Neal Sonnenberg

Neal Sonnenberg

Tech Integration Specialist, Medfield Public Schools
Neal is a technology integration specialist (9-12) for the Medfield Public Schools and a Google Certified Trainer. Previously, he taught High School Math and also worked as a Curriculum Coordinator developing online Math and Business courses He is one of the creators of Medfield's... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 10:20am - 10:35am EDT
TBA

10:20am EDT

☕ Fill Your Cup: YOGA 🧘‍♀️🧘‍♂️🧘
Yoga session... Meet you on the mat on Zoom!

Speakers
MN

Mark Nickerson

Blake Middle School


Friday March 26, 2021 10:20am - 10:35am EDT
TBA

10:20am EDT

☕ Fill Your Cup: Your Choice! 🧭
Time to #FillYourCup... feel free to carve out this 20 minutes for yourself. Some ideas, but definitely not limited to: go for a walk, make a fun snack, write/ draw in a journal, watch 20 minutes of an #OnDemand session, read a book, etc... We hope you enjoy YOUR time!

Friday March 26, 2021 10:20am - 10:35am EDT
TBA

10:20am EDT

☕️ Fill Your Cup: Knit -Crochet a SMILE 🧶🙂
Password,if needed: code or MedfieldPD

For all my yarnlovers! Join in to make the LUMI smile (french) mascot, a simple white square with a black border and a smile:) This cute project idea comes from KnitaSmile.com and very similar to the Flat Stanley idea where you can take LUMI on your daily activities, snap a photo and share with the community!

  • 👍🏽Grab any white and black yarn you have -- a crochet hook or knitting needles that match your yarn size. (Don't have white or black, just use your stash yarn- any colors will really do!)
  • 🧶Knit or crochet a square using basic stitches: Crochet ( single crochet stitch) or Knit (garter stitch)
    TUTORIAL HERE!
  • 🔲Embroider or Picot Stitch a black border all the way around the square
  • 🧵Sew the eyes and mouth with black wool thread.
  • 🌎Now take Lumi with you on your adventures or something you do in your daily life, snap a photo and share on social media (#lumismile  #lumioftheday and #knitasmile)
    Merci beaucoup!

Any questions,feel free to email me: dhorvath@email.medfield.net

Speakers
avatar for Diane Horvath

Diane Horvath

Technology-MakerEd Integration Specialist, Blake Middle School
🍎Learning in Beta🙌Tech Int Spec. with #MakerEd Creativity & Innovation GoalsAdvocate for Girls in STEAM and empowerment#DLDMedfield Team, MassCue Innovation Pathfinder Recipient🖼️ig: techmonstaah#microbitchampions #crochet... Read More →



Friday March 26, 2021 10:20am - 10:35am EDT
TBA

10:40am EDT

Feeling Jelly? 🍇 Try Some Jam(board)!
Are you feeling a little "JELLY"  that your colleagues seem to be using JAMboard, but you're not quite there yet? This session is for you!  You will learn about the 'easy to use' tools so you'll be able to create engaging lessons quickly that will captivate your students. Also, FREE, ready to use templates to inspire innovative learning & collaboration will be shared with you!  

Speakers
avatar for Nancy Carroll

Nancy Carroll

Elementary Digital Learning Coach, Walpole Public Schools
Striving daily to help my colleagues bring technology into their classrooms in a purposeful way to enhance student learning. Also, guiding students as they begin their journey of becoming global citizens and learners through lessons on Digital Citizenship. Must say I can't do without... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 10:40am - 11:25am EDT
TBA

10:40am EDT

Google Classroom Tips and Tricks 🎩
Are you getting everything you can out of Google Classroom? This session will quickly review some of the basic (but important) functions of Classroom and then dive a little deeper into the lesser-known/used tools and strategies.

Speakers
avatar for Ryan Camire

Ryan Camire

Technology Integration Specialist, Medway Public Schools
I am a Technology Integration Specialist at Medway Public Schools. This is my 8th year in this position. Encouraging teachers to provide opportunities for students to have some control over how they learn and demonstrate their understanding of course content is very important to... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 10:40am - 11:25am EDT
TBA

10:40am EDT

Nearpod, works great when your students are both "Near" and Far 🧐
Nearpod is Swiss Army knife of hybrid learning. I'm going to show you how to use all its tools to make hybrid learning easier for you and interactive for the students. I will even break out the "hidden toothpick".

IF it asks for password, try: code  or MedfieldPD

Speakers
avatar for Cynthia McClelland

Cynthia McClelland

Blake Middle School


Friday March 26, 2021 10:40am - 11:25am EDT
TBA

10:40am EDT

Top Ten Tools and Strategies for Hybrid Teaching 👩‍💻
Looking for a better way to edit that PDF? Looking for new ways to engage student voice? This session has the top ten tools and strategies you need to teach in a hybrid learning environment! Come learn what strategies and tools have worked best this past year, and bring your own favorites to share as well.

Speakers
avatar for Kate Reardon

Kate Reardon

Director of Academic Technology, Dedham Country Day School
Kate Reardon is Director of Academic Technology at Dedham Country Day, co-founder of the MassCUE Tech Integration special interest group, and a consultant for schools and nonprofits. She is excited about the creative integration of technology to leverage student engagement and improve... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 10:40am - 11:25am EDT
TBA

10:40am EDT

Developing a Social Justice Mindset 🌎🌈
This session will showcase the "guidelines" that I use to deepen my own and develop my high school students' "social justice mindset" in a real-world way. You'll leave with practical habits that will enable you to deliberately practice these guidelines on your own or with your students. 

Speakers
avatar for Colleen Worrell

Colleen Worrell

Director of the Center for Innovation in Teaching & Learning, St. Mark's School


Friday March 26, 2021 10:40am - 11:25am EDT
TBA

10:40am EDT

Fireside Chat with Malika Ali - For Administrators (in & outside of Medfield)
This session is open to all administrators from Medfield (including department chairs) & outside of Medfield. In this session, we will have an open space for questions and discussion on any topics related to instructional equity and Culturally Responsive Teaching.

Speakers

Friday March 26, 2021 10:40am - 11:25am EDT
TBA

10:40am EDT

Filters are great, but skin care is better 💆‍♀️🧼
Do you walk into a Sephora not knowing where to begin?  Are you unsure if your morning and evening routines are complete?  Do want to know why you should be using Hyaluronic acid?  Then this is the session for you!  Join me for a deep dive into the world of skin care as self-care!

Speakers
avatar for Libby Randolph

Libby Randolph

English Teacher, Medfield High School
10th grade World Literature + Speech teacher


Friday March 26, 2021 10:40am - 11:25am EDT
TBA

10:40am EDT

Co-teaching: Nail it or fail it?! 🔨
Co-teaching can be daunting!  How can you bring two different people together and make it work for your students! After three years of co-teaching we can talk you through the highs and lows of what to expect. 

Speakers
BS

Beth Sancher

Medfield High School
MF

Marlo Franco

Teacher, Medfield High School


Friday March 26, 2021 10:40am - 11:25am EDT
TBA

10:40am EDT

Keep Calm and Sleep On...😴💤
Trouble sleeping since March 13?  This relaxing session will help you to find your inner zen to achieve a more peaceful sleep.  We will discuss meditation and explore how trying a quick 10 minute mediation can change your mindset.  Please download the FREE Calm app before the session.  We will explore the app including sleep stories, mediation, and music.  Namaste!

Speakers
avatar for Deb Newton

Deb Newton

Grade 3 Teacher, Wheelock School
I am a third grade teacher in Medfield.  I have been in Medfield for over 20 years.


Friday March 26, 2021 10:40am - 11:25am EDT
TBA

10:40am EDT

Harness the Power of Google Suite to Create Digital Breakouts 🔑🔒🖱️
Looking for an activity to excite your students while still providing valuable feedback to inform your teaching?  Harness the power of Google Suites to create Digital Breakouts!  Students will be engaged as they attempt to break codes, solve problems and riddles based on any content with a unified goal to ‘unlock’ the box and breakout.  Teachers will gain insight regarding their students’ knowledge of content as well as their ability to problem-solve, persist and apply strategies while working cooperatively with their peers.  Create an interactive challenge for your class or an extension challenge for students that are ready to move forward.  Leave this session with the bones of a great breakout to take back to your classroom! 

Speakers
avatar for Mary Comer

Mary Comer

Instructional Technology Coach, Westwood Public Schools


Friday March 26, 2021 10:40am - 11:25am EDT
TBA

10:40am EDT

Paper 📃 VS Screen 💻
Paper or screen? In this session, we will explore and debate the use of these two media as we look forward to a post-pandemic educational system.        

Speakers

Friday March 26, 2021 10:40am - 11:25am EDT
TBA

11:30am EDT

🥪🎤🎸🎼🍶 Lunch & Listen... tune into a live concert as you eat lunch!
Have you missed live music during the pandemic!?
If so, join Medfield teaching/ coaching legend, Michael Mason, as he fills your cup by playing the guitar and serenades us through the lunch block.
*due to Mike's schedule, this concert will end at 12:15*
 

Speakers
avatar for Michael Mason

Michael Mason

Michael Mason- Plainville, MAAcoustic Guitar/ SingerAcademic Tutor- grades 3-6508-838-6632mfmmace@verizon.net


Friday March 26, 2021 11:30am - 12:15pm EDT
TBA

11:30am EDT

Food that Fills your Cup: Lunch Demo 🥪🍎
One way to "fill your cup" is by filling your belly.  By cooking and eating nutrient-dense foods our bodies can be grounded, our minds can be more content, and our emotions can be soothed.   During this program, Lori Lambert-Osburn-- registered dietitian and chef, will share practical meal planning strategies, streamlined meal suggestions, and recipe templates.  This program will include a cooking demonstration to help you see how quickly you could put together a meal.  

Click on this link for the ingredient list or see the PDF file below.  All participants should have their ingredients ready to go for the demonstration.

Speakers
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Lori Lambert-Osburn

Registered Dietitian & Chef


Friday March 26, 2021 11:30am - 12:30pm EDT
TBA

11:30am EDT

LUNCH 🥪🍇🍶
Enjoy a full hour to eat lunch, replenish, reflect, & relax! 

Friday March 26, 2021 11:30am - 12:30pm EDT
TBA

12:35pm EDT

DLDesmos 💻🧮
Interested in learning how to use the features of Desmos? Come join Susan Bycoff & Mike Kraemer as we create graphs, sketch models, write slides activities, and calculate with gusto:-) All learners welcome!


Speakers
MK

Mike Kraemer

MHS Math teacher, Medfield High School


Friday March 26, 2021 12:35pm - 1:20pm EDT
TBA

12:35pm EDT

Show What They Know 🧠🌞
Are your students proud of their learning? Do you want to give options for sharing their expertise? Let's dive into ideas that will allow for voice and choice in students showing what they know digitally!

Speakers
avatar for Anne Valluzzi (she/her)

Anne Valluzzi (she/her)

Classroom teacher, Millis Public Schools
Hello! I am a third grade teacher in Millis and have been teaching for 18 years. I love all things learning, books, ed tech, and STEAM. You should see all my books! My students challenged me to count them all, but I don't think I have the time. :)Outside my teaching life, I am a wife... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 12:35pm - 1:20pm EDT
TBA

12:35pm EDT

SLIDing into Success 🙌
This session will focus on app smashing Slides with a few amazing extensions and add-ons to create some unique student experiences as well as some hidden features within Slides itself. Slides have been a game-changer during this school year - no longer is it JUST a presentation tool.

Speakers
avatar for Erin Fisher

Erin Fisher

Technology Integration Facilitator, East Bridgewater Public Schools
Erin Fisher is the Technology Integration Facilitator (PreK-12) for the East Bridgewater Public Schools, a 1:1 Google Reference District. She has presented at the MASSCUE Fall and Spring conference multiple times, Bridgewater State University, various school districts' Tech PD days... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 12:35pm - 1:20pm EDT
TBA

12:35pm EDT

Use Pear Deck to engage students in the process of learning 🍐
How to engage students in the process of learning, to hear from every student whether they are in the classroom, zoom or doing asynchronous learning, and to provide instant feedback to increase performance? Let's try Pear Deck!

Speakers
avatar for Yiyu Mahoney

Yiyu Mahoney

Blake Middle School
Hello! My name is Yiyu Mahoney, Mandarin teacher at Wheelock (2-3rd) and Blake Middle School (6-8th). I love travel, food and animals!


Friday March 26, 2021 12:35pm - 1:20pm EDT
TBA

12:35pm EDT

[The Best of] G Suite Sweets 🍨
The whole idea behind G Suite Sweets is to showcase small, bite-sized tips, tricks, and ideas for all things Google.  From saving time to sparking creativity, this session will cover it all.  G Suite Sweets will offer you tons of helpful resources, project ideas, lesson designs, and edtech tools no matter your subject area or grade level.  Whether you constantly crave new ideas or just want to add a few more tricks to your tech game, this session will most definitely have something for you.

Christina has presented G Suite Sweets and G Suite Sweets: The Sequel at MassCUE and will be combining these two presentations to offer "The Best Of" G Suite Sweets for DLD 2021.  There will be some *never before seen* sweets in here as well that are not featured in the on demand sessions!

Speakers
avatar for Christina Scilingo

Christina Scilingo

Digital Learning Specialist, Norton Public Schools
A New Jersey native, Christina Scilingo made her way up to Massachusetts when she decided to attended Stonehill College to study History and Education.  Since 2014, Christina has found her home in Norton Public Schools, first as a grade 6 World Geography teacher and, this year, as... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 12:35pm - 1:20pm EDT
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12:35pm EDT

Addressing Race and Equity in the Classroom: Sharing Resources 🏳️‍🌈🌎
I asked my classes this year when they first became aware of the concept of race. The overwhelming majority of them said in school when their elementary school teachers did lessons that addressed it specifically - the Native American experience, Martin Luther King Jr, and Rosa Parks. Teachers of all levels clearly have an important role to play in helping kids begin important conversations about race, but we can do a better job at sharing more varied and complex stories across our curriculum. I know we are all working at this, but there is so little time, especially now. I'm hoping to create some time and space, so we can all share materials and best practices and do some digging. I welcome teachers working with any grade level. We'll chat all together and then make some breakout rooms for grade and then subject alike groups to work together.

Speakers
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Gwynne Sawtelle

Medfield High School


Friday March 26, 2021 12:35pm - 1:20pm EDT
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12:35pm EDT

No More Waiting on the World to Change: Leveraging Technology to promote Global Citizenship & Advocacy 🌎
In the hopes of applying both a local and global lens to the issue of economic inequality, my French IV students examined the end of Temporary Protected Status for Haitian recipients and the economic impacts of this status change on Boston Families. Using Adobe Post and Spark Video, they created advocacy posters and monologues in French from the perspective of children, parents, and business owners affected by the end of TPS. To prepare for this exhibit work, students canvassed predominately Haitian neighborhoods of Boston to hear their stories.

This year, my AP French students are using FlipGrid to virtually connect with our exchange school, Lycée Saint Marc, in Lyon, France where they are engaging in conversation about the impact of climate change in both cities. Here the emphasis has also been on collective and individual efforts to address global warming. My presentation will focus on the applications and online tools that I incorporate to prepare my students for this work and to get their projects "exhibition ready." Attendees will see samples of student work and gain access to rubrics, project guidelines, and playlists.

Student exhibitions were presented at the EMK Institute in Boston as a part of the 2019 Humanities Workshop. The 2021 Humanities Workshop on Climate Change will be fully virtual.

Speakers
avatar for Melissa Ewing

Melissa Ewing

Department Chair/French Teacher, Boston College High Schoool


Friday March 26, 2021 12:35pm - 1:20pm EDT
TBA

12:35pm EDT

Developing Reflective Learners - Feedback, Assessments, and Beyond 💭
After attending a two-day workshop on Assessment and Grading with Rick Wormeli in the fall of 2014, a team of educators from Blake Middle School returned with ideas, excitement, questions, and a concrete desire to provide actionable and meaningful feedback to our students. From this came a small pilot which has subsequently blossomed into a full scale school-wide initiative with all disciplines utilizing standards based reporting this year, 2019-20. Participation in our session will provide a framework (professional development, communication, and structures) for those seeking to learn, explore, and potentially implement Standards Based Reporting in their schools - shared from the perspectives of building-based leadership, department chairs, and teachers. We will outline successes, challenges, and the progress that lies ahead for our students and community.

Speakers
avatar for Nat Vaughn

Nat Vaughn

Principal Blake Middle School, Medfield Public Schools
I have been an educator for 23 years and have been the principal at Blake Middle School in Medfield, MA for the past 10 years. I believe in advocating for and fostering an environment of collaboration and creativity with students, teachers and parents has played a significant role... Read More →
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Marjorie Heim

6th Grade Science, Blake Middle School
avatar for Orla Berry

Orla Berry

Science Dept Chair 6-12, Medfield Public schools
AP Bio Teacher; Science Department Chair Grades 6-12;


Friday March 26, 2021 12:35pm - 1:20pm EDT
TBA

12:35pm EDT

Leading Beyond Our Titles; The Time is Now ⏳
When we lead beyond our titles, cultures thrive.  Whether in the classroom, hallways, or beyond, we can all make an impact regardless of our roles by bringing who we are and nothing less.  Fueled with passion, this session will challenge you to harness the leader within as well as inspire others to do the same.  You will be asked to define your own role, share your awesome, and create new leadership avenues on you own journeys. Exploding with interaction and energy, you will leave empowered to not only tap into your own courage but pass the mic to students, colleagues, administration, and community members.  Packed with ideas for unleashing our authenticity, strengths and passions, we will all be able to go back to school inspired to make a greater impact.  

Speakers
avatar for Nili Bartley

Nili Bartley

Teacher/Digital Learning Coach and Author, Natick Public Schools
Nili is currently a teacher and digital learning coach at Wilson Middle School and author of Lead beyond Your Title.  Nili is passionate about bringing unconventional learning to students and colleagues and empowering them to bring their strengths and passions to school every da... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 12:35pm - 1:20pm EDT
TBA

12:35pm EDT

Catch the Magic 🌠🔮
Take a deep breath, clear your mind and think about your favorite book or story. Re-live the plot, mull over the theme and don't forget to connect with the characters.  Why do you love this book so much?  Now, stretch your mind and think about your book in a new way: What shape best represents this book or story: a square, a circle or a rectangle? Think about your thinking and explain why you picked that shape. You just caught the magic! Mark your calendars and join us to learn more ways to  "Catch the Magic".  A presentation where you can not only share your answer but also learn how to combine current technology, makerspace materials and best practices to promote students to think deeper and create engaged learners.  "Catch the Magic" is the story of how 3 teachers journeyed to find a better way for students to find success and showcase their thought process. You won't want to miss it!   (Oh by the way, I wonder why a triangle wasn't a choice for the story?)

Speakers
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Christy Callahan

Dale Street School
Reading Specialist grades 4-5
JB

Jen Bassett

Dale Street School
JL

Julie Lowerre

Innovation Integration Specialist


Friday March 26, 2021 12:35pm - 1:20pm EDT
TBA

12:35pm EDT

Building a Maker Community: 10+ Strategies for Moving Forward 💡
Or Try this Building a Maker Community: 10+ Strategies for Moving Forward 💡Dave Quinnhttps://medfield-net.zoom.us/my/dianehorvath?pwd=YWdXTm5HL2JKb0tLYWVlZlRNSmJ3UT09

This session will be a blend of hands-on learning, discussion and idea dissemination. Attendees will start with a simple maker challenge to frame the discussion and experience the invigorating power of making. We'll then dive into a definition of Maker Education the strategies Miscoe Hill Middle School has used in the development of our Inspired Innovation Center. We'll round out our session with a discussion of where participant groups are in their process of building a maker community and what next steps they could take. Participants will leave with a simple making activity they can take back to their next faculty meeting and/or PD day and actionable items they can take to grow hands-on learning in their school community.

Speakers
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Dave Quinn

Director of Tech and Integration, Mendon - Upton Regional School District
Dave Quinn is the Director of Technology Integration for the Mendon-Upton Regional School District in Massachusetts and works directly with teachers and students in grades K-12 to reimagine learning experiences through the meaningful use of technology. He is also a doctoral candidate... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 12:35pm - 1:20pm EDT
TBA
  Maker Ed

12:35pm EDT

Breathe for Social Justice 🧘‍♀️
Self Care is never a selfish act...
Any time we can listen to our true self and give it the care it requires, we do it not only for ourselves, but for the many others whose lives we touch - 
Parker Palmer 

Educators are most able to affect positive change when they take care of themselves first which allows them to embody and model a state of well-being for their students. Practicing mindfulness, acceptance, compassion, forgiveness, and gratitude allows us to show for each and every moment in our classrooms and our lives. This workshop is here for you to use in the way that best works for you.  Using mindfulness strategies including movement (think yoga) , this workshop is built on hopes and dreams that participants will consider that self compassion is essential to the process for collective wellbeing  - needed in your classrooms, moreover in our pursuit of justice and equity.  Of course I'll share strategies that can be used with students to bring about desired social emotional outcomes- but my goal today is to provide a well deserved opportunity for participants to take a moment to just be here and take care of yourselves. I can't wait to see you all on the mat (or in your chair... on the couch ... whatever works... you do you) !

Speakers
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Meredith Becker

Transition Program Coordinator/Out of District Coordinator, Medfield Public Schools


Friday March 26, 2021 12:35pm - 1:20pm EDT
TBA
  SEL, Yoga

1:25pm EDT

☕ Fill Your Cup: Brew A-HA --> All about Beer 🍺 🍻
Let's talk Beer!  Homebrewer and beer entrepreneur Lee Cooper will lead a session where you can ask any and all beer questions and learn some of the finer points of home brewing and what goes into making craft beer.  Get ready to literally Fill Your Cup🍺!

Lee is the CEO and Founder of Hopsters Brewing Company which had 2 locations in the greater Boston area.



Speakers

Friday March 26, 2021 1:25pm - 1:40pm EDT
TBA

1:25pm EDT

☕ Fill Your Cup: Container Gardening 🍅🌻🍆🫑🥬
Discuss container gardening together

☕ Fill Your Cup: Container Gardening 🍅🌻🍆🫑🥬Kerie Krahhttps://medfield-net.zoom.us/my/dianehorvath?pwd=YWdXTm5HL2JKb0tLYWVlZlRNSmJ3UT09

Speakers
avatar for Kerrie Krah

Kerrie Krah

Speech-Language Pathologist, Medfield High School
Speech-Language Pathologist, Medfield Public Schools


Friday March 26, 2021 1:25pm - 1:40pm EDT
TBA

1:25pm EDT

☕ Fill Your Cup: Fitness in 15 Minutes - Get ready to get MOVING! 🏋️ #OnDemand
This 15-minute bodyweight exercise session will get your heart rate up and muscles moving!  All you need is a little space, a smile, and YOU!

Speakers
KT

Kristen Thibeault

Teacher
Anything health and wellness!


Friday March 26, 2021 1:25pm - 1:40pm EDT
On Demand

1:25pm EDT

☕ Fill Your Cup: How it Vegan 🥬🍅🍆🥕
Have you ever wondered about a vegan lifestyle? Have you or your own children toyed with veganism? Have you wondered whether it is possible to substitute ingredients to make your favorite dish vegan? This session will be hosted by a well-seasoned vegan. You are encouraged to come with questions, or just an open-mind. 


















Speakers
avatar for Bethany Sager

Bethany Sager

Grade 5, Dale Street School


Friday March 26, 2021 1:25pm - 1:40pm EDT
TBA

1:25pm EDT

☕ Fill Your Cup: Peloton & DLD Collide... Let's Ride with #DLDMedfield! 🚴🚵‍♀️
Let's take a ride together!
Please click here to fill out the survey so we can connect on the bike!
TAKE THIS SURVEY IF YOU PLAN ON RIDING on 3/26 (or if you want to be connected with other Peloton members even though you may not be able to ride during DLD)

We are all set and ready to RIDE with Cody Rigsby tomorrow for a 20 minute pop ride! As I have been fiddling through the new ’group ride’ feature, I think it is easiest for you to add the class to your ’schedule’ for Friday 3/26 at 1:25pm. (Please see this  VIDEO). This needs to be done on the ’PELOTON APP’ and CANNOT BE DONE ON THE BIKE ITSELF.
Follow- Tebo9 so I can add you back...
If you are not comfortable with this, no worries at all! If you have any issues with getting onto our session, you should see me as a ’friend’ and you will be able to join my ride.
I created the hashtag #DLDMedfield that you can add too so it is easier to see others in the session as we cannot just make the ride a private ride for our group only.

The ride we will be doing is.... wait for it......

20 min Pop Ride Cody Rigsby from SATURDAY 2/8/20 @7:30am

Speakers
KT

Kristen Thibeault

Teacher
Anything health and wellness!


Friday March 26, 2021 1:25pm - 1:40pm EDT
TBA

1:25pm EDT

☕ Fill Your Cup: Spring into Birding 🐣🪶🐦🦆
Spring migration is on its way and March is a great time to talk about the arrival of early birds such as Killdeer, Red Winged Blackbirds, American Woodcock as well as winter departures of the Dark-eyed Juncos, a variety of finches, ducks, and geese.

Join me for this session to "fill your cup" and I will share some resources, locations, what to look for, bird sounds to pay attention to, etc...

Speakers
avatar for Michael Gow

Michael Gow

Sixth Grade SS, Medfield Public Schools
I teach Ancient History and World Geography 1 for sixth grade. The 2020/21 school year marked the start of my 21st year as a sixth grade teacher in Medfield. I have two children ages 9 and 13. I love anything outdoors especially hiking, birding, canoeing, and fishing. I am especially... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 1:25pm - 1:40pm EDT
TBA

1:25pm EDT

☕ Fill Your Cup: STOP Meditation ⛲😌 #OnDemand
STOP Meditation by the waterfalls to help you create space in your day to stop and move into the present moment.  Audio recording Only-

Speakers
avatar for Kerrie Krah

Kerrie Krah

Speech-Language Pathologist, Medfield High School
Speech-Language Pathologist, Medfield Public Schools


Friday March 26, 2021 1:25pm - 1:40pm EDT
TBA

1:25pm EDT

☕ Fill Your Cup: Stretch the Stress Away 🙆‍♀️🧘‍♂️
Find balance by experience stillness with relaxing restorative chair yoga poses and gentle stretching. You will calm your mind and deepen your connection to your breath. This will be a truly meditative experience that will leave you feeling clear and restored for the rest of your day.

The facilitator is certified, Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, yoga teacher, and licensed esthetician Chanelle Camire.

Speakers
avatar for Chanelle Camire

Chanelle Camire

Founder + Owner, Sweet Balance Yoga


Friday March 26, 2021 1:25pm - 1:40pm EDT
TBA

1:25pm EDT

☕ Fill Your Cup: YOGA Flow 🧘‍♀️🧘‍♂️🧘
Join us for a dynamic blend of postures and breath work designed to re-energize you for the remainder of your day.

Speakers
avatar for Marissa Keleher

Marissa Keleher

PE/Wellness Teacher, Medfield Public Schools


Friday March 26, 2021 1:25pm - 1:40pm EDT
TBA

1:25pm EDT

☕ Fill Your Cup: Your Choice! 🧭
Time to #FillYourCup... feel free to carve out this 20 minutes for yourself. Some ideas, but definitely not limited to: go for a walk, make a fun snack, write/ draw in a journal, watch 20 minutes of an #OnDemand session, read a book, etc... We hope you enjoy YOUR time!

Friday March 26, 2021 1:25pm - 1:40pm EDT
TBA

1:25pm EDT

☕ Fill YourCup: Let's Talk Books! 📚
Join us to talk about books you've read and find out about books you want to read. April vacation & summer are fast approaching!
Pinterest LINK

Speakers
avatar for Robin Panchuk

Robin Panchuk

Library Media Specialist, Medfield High School
avatar for Kerry Lynch

Kerry Lynch

Science Teacher at MHS. Biology, AP Environmental Science & Chemistry


Friday March 26, 2021 1:25pm - 1:40pm EDT
TBA

1:45pm EDT

Level Up Your Classroom: Strategies to Promote Student Engagement 💪
Learn how a library media specialist and a classroom teacher collaborated to incorporate various digital and hands-on activities into the curriculum to increase student engagement. These included making escape rooms, comic books, board games, children’s picture books, documentary films, and historical monuments. Students utilized 3D printing, Google apps, makerspace materials, video production tools, such as green screen and stop motion animation, and escape room puzzles, including morse code, cipher wheels, brain teasers, etc. We will share how we created these activities, using little to no funding. We will share our tips, successes, frustrations, and and future plans.

Speakers
avatar for Alice Johnson

Alice Johnson

Library Media Specialist, Dedham High School
avatar for Michael Medeiros

Michael Medeiros

Teacher, Dedham Public Schools


Friday March 26, 2021 1:45pm - 2:30pm EDT
TBA

1:45pm EDT

Make Google Earth History- Presenting events on Earth through time and space! 🌐
Tired of presenting events on a basic 2 dimensional map? Wish that you could show how events have changed over time or show scale and distance between events to help present the world as it was in a new and dynamic way? Then check out what you can do with Google Earth! Google Earth is a wonderful platform to help you make history come alive! 

Speakers
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Michael Khorshidianzadeh

Teacher, The Victor School
Hello! I am a High School Special Education History teacher. I have been teaching History for about 13 years now. I love teaching World History, American Gov, and USI. I want to share with other teachers how to use Google MyMaps to enahnce their classes and to have a little bit of... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 1:45pm - 2:30pm EDT
TBA

1:45pm EDT

Hello, My Name is...and My Pronouns Are... 🏳️‍🌈
In 2019, Merriam Webster declared "they" as the word of the year, a recognition of the rise of this term to include nonbinary and transgender youth. Join us for a discussion on strategies to move beyond a safe space to an inclusive, brave space for students across the gender spectrum. 

Speakers
avatar for Wendy Isaac, She/Her/Hers

Wendy Isaac, She/Her/Hers

Director, JRI - The Victor School
I'm a marriage and family therapist by trade, and have been working in education supporting special education students for about 20 years. I am so excited to be joining Medfield's DLD this year! I will be talking about ways to create a welcoming space for non-binary youth - but am... Read More →
avatar for Carrie Brown (she/her)

Carrie Brown (she/her)

Special Educator, JRI/The Victor School
Welcome! I'm excited to be joining Medfield's DLD this year! I have worked with special education students for the past fifteen years. I have a background in technology, science, and literacy. I'm looking forward to collaborating with everyone during this presentation on ways to create... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 1:45pm - 2:30pm EDT
TBA

1:45pm EDT

Making No Place for Hate a Reality 🏳️‍🌈 🗺️ 💕
When students feel valued as individuals, engagement and empowerment are limitless.  Come join us as we share how our school is making “No Place for Hate,” an Anti-Defamation League initiative, a reality. You will learn how a school wide approach to decrease bias and bullying has helped our culture see the people in it beyond the surface.  From kickoff assemblies, inspirational videos, and classroom lessons to creating a student and staff leadership team, we will share our successes, challenges, and goals for the road ahead.  We will discuss the ripple effect in nurturing a culture of adults modeling courage in sharing who they are and the tremendous impact this has made on students.  Take away ideas and possibilities for your school to decrease judgement and increase kindness, as well as gain an understanding for what it takes to become a "No Place for Hate" school.    


Speakers
avatar for Teresa Carney

Teresa Carney

Principal, Natick Public Schools
avatar for Nili Bartley

Nili Bartley

Teacher/Digital Learning Coach and Author, Natick Public Schools
Nili is currently a teacher and digital learning coach at Wilson Middle School and author of Lead beyond Your Title.  Nili is passionate about bringing unconventional learning to students and colleagues and empowering them to bring their strengths and passions to school every da... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 1:45pm - 2:30pm EDT
TBA

1:45pm EDT

Keeping it Green--🌱 Plants in the Classroom 🌻
You've got plants.  Maybe some are dead.  We'll show you how to bring them BACK FROM the DEAD.  
Not actually.  But we can help you with round two (or fifteen).  Also, we'll talk about how kids like plants and how that's cool.

Speakers
avatar for Madeline Chamberlain

Madeline Chamberlain

Medfield High School
I dig plants. ; )


Friday March 26, 2021 1:45pm - 2:30pm EDT
TBA

1:45pm EDT

Burnout and Boundaries. 🚒😌
In today’s fast-paced, high-demand world, it’s harder to separate work and home. In addition, COVID has further blurred those lines causing us to be even more susceptible to burnout.  Burnout impacts every part of our physical, social, and psychological self and can have dramatic effects. Join Trish Hart, MGH SMART Facilitator, for an educational, interactive workshop that will investigate the stages of burnout, how to prevent burnout, and stress management strategies to implement to continue to be a high performer.  


Speakers
TH

Trish Hart

Stress Management Educator, Hart Mind Body Solutions


Friday March 26, 2021 1:45pm - 2:30pm EDT
TBA

1:45pm EDT

Google Tools for Administrators 💥
Leave the screwdrivers and wrenches at home. These tools will make your work more efficient and effective. Join us to learn how these Google goodies can help you! 

Speakers
HM

Heather Mandosa

Assistant Principal, Medfield High School
JS

Jeff Sperling

Medfield High School


Friday March 26, 2021 1:45pm - 2:30pm EDT
TBA

1:45pm EDT

Let Me Ask My (Free!) Assistant: Assistive Tech for Students to Maximize Learning 💻💥
This workshop will explore how to use various free tech tools to meet the needs of ELLs and students with language-based disabilities. Participants will gain knowledge of how to use various websites, Google Chrome extensions, and iOS apps to remove barriers to student learning for all content areas. No technology budgets and/or instructional support budgets were harmed in the making of this presentation!

Speakers
avatar for Erin Foley

Erin Foley

Digital Literacy Specialist, Hanover Public Schools
Erin Foley is the Digital Literacy Specialist at Hanover Middle School in Hanover, MA, and is a professional development course instructor for MassCUE. Erin is also a Google Certified Educator and a Google for Education Certified Trainer. She has 14 years of experience as a classroom... Read More →


Friday March 26, 2021 1:45pm - 2:30pm EDT
TBA

1:45pm EDT

Retrieval Practice: Helping Transition Knowledge Into Long-Term Memory 🧠
This session will focus on specific strategies, including retrieval practice, that help to solidify information into long-term memory. Come gain background information regarding the brain and how it works as well as practical strategies to take away and use with your students in the classroom.

Speakers
avatar for Nat Vaughn

Nat Vaughn

Principal Blake Middle School, Medfield Public Schools
I have been an educator for 23 years and have been the principal at Blake Middle School in Medfield, MA for the past 10 years. I believe in advocating for and fostering an environment of collaboration and creativity with students, teachers and parents has played a significant role... Read More →
avatar for Orla Berry

Orla Berry

Science Dept Chair 6-12, Medfield Public schools
AP Bio Teacher; Science Department Chair Grades 6-12;


Friday March 26, 2021 1:45pm - 2:30pm EDT
TBA

1:45pm EDT

2 Cohorts + 1 Path = Sanity 🏞️
During these challenging times teachers are being asked to teach hybrid, remote, and concurrent classes.  In addition all classes have been broken up into two cohorts.  In this session teachers will learn creative ways to design lessons/units using tools they are already familiar with and comfortable using, Google Slides, that will allow an entire class to progress together as one class regardless of the model.  In addition, teachers will be introduced to two new Google extensions that will help them save time and create great learning experiences for ALL students.

Speakers
avatar for AJ Melanson

AJ Melanson

Educational Technology Director, Milton Public Schools


Friday March 26, 2021 1:45pm - 2:30pm EDT
TBA

1:45pm EDT

Take AIM: Activate, Innovate and Motivate Digital Learning 👩‍💻💥
Take AIM: Activate, Innovate and Motivate Digital Learning 👩‍💻💥Jed Stefanowiczhttps://medfield-net.zoom.us/my/dianehorvath?pwd=YWdXTm5HL2JKb0tLYWVlZlRNSmJ3UT09
As Vanilla Ice taught us: Stop, collaborate and listen!  Join Walpole Digital Learning Coach Jed Stefanowicz to explore tips, tools, and techniques in digital learning to reignite virtual and face-to-face learning.  Hear and share trials, triumphs, and takeaways to promote engagement and empower student learning.

Speakers
avatar for Jed Stefanowicz

Jed Stefanowicz

Digital Learning Coach, Old Post Road School


Friday March 26, 2021 1:45pm - 2:30pm EDT
TBA

2:35pm EDT

DLD 2021 Wrap Up 🔚👋🎉
Before you kick off your weekend, let's circle back on the day to connect and celebrate together. We promise this closing won't disappoint! 🎉

Friday March 26, 2021 2:35pm - 3:00pm EDT
TBA