Join us at the next Super Saturday

for a morning full of amazing sessions to help you make the most of the tech in your classroom. Particpiants will receive a $50 stipend.  

OneSource #764001

February  22, 2020 from 9 AM - 12 PM at North Side High School 

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Why Should You Attend?

Life Long Learner

Continue on your journey to develop your technical, content, and pedagogical knowledge needed to teach diverse learners.

Expert Speakers

Best in class expert session trainers who have extensive knowledge of the topic. Each speaker is carefully selected to meet your needs.

Continued Support

Secondary Curriculum TDS are available year round to help you implement whatever you learn in your classroom.

Event Schedule

Intro to HUB

Room 284

Learn to navigate the HUB in order to create assignments, organize your course, share content with students, digital resources, check for understandin, create assignments  and more.

HUB Advanced Uses 

Room 286

Learn to use more advanced features of the HUB such as the planner, test, and library featuers to create an even more engaging online experience. 
 

Digital Checks for Understanding

Room 296

Participants will evaluate various CFU tools to measure student understanding during the review process. They will have the opportunity to experience a number of resources before diving deep and designing their own activities.

College & Career Readiness K-12 Through Tech & Heart

Room 287

Participants will explore & implement College & Career Readiness standards and activities to enhance the learning environment for growth mindset.

Learning.com

Room 293

The HISD adopted curriculum for teaching K–8 students the technology skills needed to create, collaborate, and innovate for classroom projects and in real life scenarios

Quiziz, Kahoot and Google Forms

Room 296

In this session we will compare a few classroom assessment tools and practice using them. We will look at Quiziz, Kahoot and Google Forms to see which works best for informal and formal assessments.

Collaborating Using Gsuite

Room 290

Discover how Google Docs, Slides and Sheets can help promote collaboration and literacy developmen for all students.   





Managing A Digital Classoom    

Room 294

Explore different methods in managing your class when everyone has a laptop.

Intro to HUB

Room 284

Learn to navigate the HUB in order to create assignments, organize your course, share content with students, digital resources, check for understandin, create assignments  and more.

HUB Advanced Uses 

Room 286

Learn to use more advanced features of the HUB such as the planner, test, and library featuers to create an even more engaging online experience. 
 

Digital Checks for Understanding

Room 296

Participants will evaluate various CFU tools to measure student understanding during the review process. They will have the opportunity to experience a number of resources before diving deep and designing their own activities.

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Room 287
 

 

Learning.com

Room 293

The HISD adopted curriculum for teaching K–8 students the technology skills needed to create, collaborate, and innovate for classroom projects and in real life scenarios

Students Creating Multimedia

Room 296

Allow students to become digital content creators to better asses their content mastery and move beyond traditional assements. Particpiants will explore a tool.

Collaborating Using Gsuite

Room 290

Discover how Google Docs, Slides and Sheets can help promote collaboration and literacy developmen for all students.   

Managing A Digital Classoom    

Room 294

Explore different methods in managing your class when everyone has a laptop.

Meet the Speakers

John Amenson

Instructional Technology Teacher Development Specialist for Houston ISD. Lifelong learner, educator and coach.

Sherita Neal

Sherita is an Instructional Tech TDS, energetic lover of math, all things tech, and more than a little sassy.

Khyati Sanjana

Instructional Technology TDS with a passion for technology and all things science, grounded in family values, loves to read and travel.

Diane Ellis

Instructional Tech TDS, Musician, Digital Literacy Advocate, Stray Intake SPC, Microsoft Innovative & NearPod Certified Educator

Kenyetta House

HISD College & Career Readiness Advisor, educator, technology enthusiast and excited presentor

Andrew Houlik-Ritchey

Technology Applications teacher, STEM educator, robotics club sponsor and challenge seaker

Maiya Moore

8th Grade Science Teacher/Department Chair for Houston Independent School District - I TEACH so that I may REACH EACH child #TeachReachEach

Learning.com

Learn to use EasyTech curriculum in your instruction so students learn essential technology skills―including keyboarding―needed to create projects and work safely and effectively online.