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2012 RCS Educators' Conference Program

  1. 1. Table of Contents Conference Greeting  2  Useful Information  3‐4  Extended Sessions  5‐6  August 6 Sessions   7‐16  August 7 Sessions   17‐26  Maps      27‐30  CEU Form    31 
  2. 2. C o n f e r e n c e G r e e t i n2012 RCS Educators’ Conference  gsDear Conference Participants:  Greetings and welcome to the Third Annual RCS Conference for Educators. This annual event is a great “kick off” for our school system.   LEARN.   CONNECT.     INSPIRE.    New Year, New Standards Our theme this year is LEARN, CONNECT, & INSPIRE. As we transition to imple‐ment the Common Core State Standards and North Carolina Essential Standards I  North Carolina’s standards are inwould like to challenge you to LEARN from each other, CONNECT with your col‐ a time of transition. This changeleagues, and INSPIRE others and your students.   will bring excitement for the new possibilities we will be able to cre-   ate for students.  Our annual conference reflects the opportunity for educators and education stake‐  holders to come together to learn and share how to do more with less while accel‐ North Carolina has adopted theerating student growth and achievement in Rockingham County.  One goal of the  Common Core State StandardsState Board of Education, the Department of Public Instruction, and Rockingham  for K-12 English Language ArtsCounty Schools is to have a great teacher for every classroom. Building a better  and Mathematics. These Stan-teaching force requires all of our educators to improve their craft around new tech‐ dards raise the bar for what stu-nologies and professional practices that lead to higher student engagement. The  dents should and are expected topurpose of this conference is to serve as an opportunity for educators to share best  learn. These rigorous standardspractices that create exciting and caring learning environments for students. It is  provide a consistent and clear ex-also a place where thoughtful presentations and critical conversations can inspire  pectation for each grade level andnew ideas that will rejuvenate professional learning communities to advance 21st  are relevant to the real world.century teaching and learning in all schools across our county.    Students will graduate from high  school prepared for the future and to compete successfully in aFinally I would like each of you to renew your commitment to our students and  global economy. school district.  Challenge yourself to be committed to RCS:     The New Essential Standards, Rigorous implementation of Common Core and Essential Standards  developed in North Carolina, have been adopted in Science, Social Collaboration with peers to ensure a variety of instructional strategies  Studies, Information and Technol- Student success using multiple assessments to inform my instruction  ogy, World Languages, Arts Edu- cation, Occupational Course of  Study, Healthful Living,Your commitment to ALL STUDENTS‐every child, every day‐will ensure that stu‐ and Guidance. The New Essen-dents from our district compete both nationally and globally.  tial Standards are written using  the Revised Blooms Taxonomy (RBT). North Carolina has chosenOn behalf of our Superintendent, Dr. Rodney Shotwell, and our Board of Education  RBT to help move to the complexwe thank you for participating in this wonderful professional development oppor‐ thinking expected from 21st cen-tunity.  We hope this conference will motivate you as we begin the 2012‐2013 aca‐ tury graduates.  demic school year.     As a district we must develop our local curricula by establishing dis-Thank you,  trict expectations regarding scope,  sequence, and benchmarks forNakia Hardy, Ed. D.  each content area. Review the pacing guides that are on the RCSAssistant Superintendent‐K12 Curriculum and Instruction  Pacing Guides Google Site.   2 
  3. 3. 2012 RCS Educators’ Conference To establish a foundation for the 2012‐2013 school year, this year’s conference will  Conference Resources focus on to the following areas:  Many presenters have uploaded 1. Technology Integration  or linked digital resources for 2. Literacy  your use. Please look for a folder 3. Common Core/Essential Standards  with the title of your session to access any resources they may 4. Formative Assessment  have provided. If your session is 5. Support Services  not listed, digital resources have  not been submitted to this site at the current time. Open Seating  Please use the link below to ac-You may choose to join any session with open seating.   If you would like to modify  cess the Google Site and anyyour schedule, please check the program for any sessions that do not say “Closed.”   resources that have been submit-Most sessions have capacity of 35 teachers.  If 35 people have already pre‐registered  ted.for the session, it has been closed.  Be sure to sign‐in for all your sessions  even if you were not initially registered for that session. Once sessions have been closed,  http://tinyurl.com/please do not enter those rooms.  RCSConferenceResources2012     Session Tips and Hints  You may also search for theSuggestions to help make sessions run smoothly:  Google Site by logging into your email, select sites, use the drop-1. Show up on time for sessions.  down option for searching for all sites, use the term “Conference2. Have cell phones turned off before sessions begin.  Session Resources” to find the3. Finish all sidebar conversations before presenters begin speaking.  resource page. 4. Collect all personal items before leaving the room. 5. Vacate rooms immediately after sessions since rooms are used multiple times.   Renewal Credits Two CEUs will be offered for attending two full days of the conference.  (Two full days of sessions are comprised of seven concurrent sessions.)  Educators must register on the SEA System for the 2012 Educators’ Conference in order to receive CEUs.  Registration on  3 
  4. 4. 2012 RCS Educators’ Conference  Literacy  Language and literacy skills are essential for people to function in today’s society. With the imple- mentation of the Common Core State Standards, there is an in- creased focus on informational texts. Literature plays an impor- tant role in school; however, in order for students to be successful in college and the workforce, stu-the SEA System does not confirm you  If you have a session occurring in an‐ dents need more exposure to non-for registration for the conference. Par‐ other building, you must use the cross‐ fiction across the curriculum.ticipants must sign‐in for the sessions  walk between the two schools.   There  The Common Core demands forthey attend and submit the certificate of  will be signs posted and student volun‐ literacy to be shared responsibilitycompletion by September 15, 2012, to  teers available to help you find your  across content areas. In elemen-their administrator.   way.    tary classrooms students should    be exposed to up to 50% informa-Food/Refreshments   Feedback Forms  tional text and in middle and high school that number jumps to 70%Snacks and drinks will be available for  Please complete the feedback forms for  informational text.purchase in the cafeteria at Holmes  the sessions you attend.  Feedback Middle and Morehead HS from 9:00  forms were distributed to you with the  Teachers must demonstrate spe-a.m. to 2:00 p.m.. The following items  program.  Leave the completed feed‐ cific reading strategies, text fea-will be available for purchase::  back forms on the front desk in the ses‐ tures, and text structures that are sions you attend.  These forms will help  necessary for students to readChicken Fillet Sandwich  ‐ $2.00 each  as we plan for upcoming professional  and understand informational text. Turkey Wraps  ‐  $2.00 each  development during the 2012‐2013  school year. Chef Salads  ‐  $2.50 each Chips  ‐ $1.00 each  Technology in the Classroom Drinks ‐ $ 1.25 each  No matter how you look at it, technology impacts our lives, ourCookies ‐ .50 each   homes, our jobs, our communities, and now, ourThere are also several local restaurants  schools. Technology allows students to acquire and apply new skillsin the surrounding area if you plan on  that are required in our technology-based economy and soci-leaving the conference site.   ety. With laptops, tablets, eReaders, cell phones, and Chrome-  books, technology integration positively impacts the classroom byStudent Volunteers  supporting high-quality teaching and the learning of the curriculum.Please use the student volunteers to  Technology has allowed students to collaborate in new ways, re-help guide you to sessions and various  ceive instant feedback, and connect to the world. Moreover, tech-locations throughout the building.  We  nology allows teachers and students to learn through hands-on ac-are extremely appreciative to our stu‐ tivities or projects that allow students to learn and immediately applydents who have volunteered to assist  skills to develop a product that demonstrates a learning objective.during the conference.   Students will develop 21st century skills such as problem solving, analyzing, synthesizing, and reflecting. By using online resources,Session Room Assignments  students have current information, readily available images, sounds,Sessions designated with an “M” are oc‐ and texts, and accessibility to experts in diverse fields. As teacherscurring at Morehead High School.  Ses‐ integrate technology more and more into their curriculum, they willsions designated with an “H” are located  make learning more relevant to their students and will grow alongat Holmes Middle School.   You are al‐lotted fifteen minutes between sessions.   side of their students.    4 
  5. 5.   August 6, 2012 | Extended Sessions RoomSession Time Slot ID Number Session Title Presenter Number Deirdre Moyer, Jenny9:30am-2:15pm 6-S03 Teaching Techniques for Reproductive Health and Safety Palmer H1299:30am-2:15pm 6-S01 Common Core Extended Content Standards Ronda Layman Central9:30am-11:45am 6-S08 Building Better Futures for Kids: School Counselors Jean Steverson M23 The Common Core State Standards for Mathematics and P. Holt Wilson9:30am-11:45am 6-S13 M20 Your 6-8 Classroom Paula Tillotson-9:30am-11:45am Migrant Education Meeting Sanchez H124 The Common Core Standards for Mathematics and Your P. Holt Wilson12:00pm-2:15pm 6-S12 M20 K-5 Classroom1:15pm-3:15pm 6-S17 Annual CTE Meeting Ken Scott H122 5  Session Information 
  6. 6. 2012 RCS Educators’ Conference  August 7, 2012 | Extended Sessions ID Num- RoomSession Time Slot Session Title Presenter ber Number RCS Transportation9:15am-11:30am 7-S15 Bus Driver Orientation Bob Gauldin H-GYM Cindi Shepherd New Essential Standards Training: Successfully Teaching Deirdre Moyer, Donna8:00am-12:45pm 7-S06 Breitenstein H129 School Health 8:00am-2:00pm 7-S02 Common Core Extended Content Standards Ronda Layman Central8:00am-11:30am 7-S09 ESL Teacher Meeting Val Pyrtle H1338:00am-10:15am 7-S11 Preschool Department Meeting Amy Rose H1318:00am-10:15am 7-S07 School Nurse Update Tammy Barker H126 Debbie Lassiter, Amy11:45am-2:00pm 7-S10 Speech-Language Pathology Departmental Meeting Rose H13110:30am-12:45pm 7-S14 Thinking Vertically about Common Core Mathematics Tracie Salinas H132 RCS Transportation 1:00pm-3:00pm 7-S16 Bus Driver Orientation Bob Gauldin H-GYM Cindi Shepherd 6 
  7. 7. 2012 RCS Educators’ Conference  August 6, 2012 | 9:30am-10:30 RoomID Number Session Title Presenter Number6-102 Bible History Essential Standards Development Chris Mailliard M27 Delving into Informational Text...For Real: Overview Session Karen Wright6-128 H119 for Assistants and Support Staff6-130 Discovery Streamings Closed Caption Videos Conni Mulligan H120 Emergency Medications at School: Keeping Our Students Tammy Barker6-101 H115 CLOSED  Safe6-125 Find More Power in ActivInspire Matt Barfield M-LIB CLOSED  Rebecca Everhart6-127 Introduction to MSITA Timothy Buck H117 Make Learning Collaborative with Google Apps and Web Richard Byrne6-124 M-AUD 2.0 Pace Yourself!: Pacing Guide Overview for 1st Grade Karen Hester6-113 H101 Teachers Pace Yourself!: Pacing Guide Overview for 1st Grade Stephanie Prunty6-119 H204 Teachers Pace Yourself!: Pacing Guide Overview for 2nd Grade Sharon Rollins6-118 H203 Teachers Pace Yourself!: Pacing Guide Overview for 2nd Grade Jo Rayle6-112 H209 CLOSED  Teachers Pace Yourself!: Pacing Guide Overview for 3rd Grade Stephanie Wray6-114 H103 Teachers Pace Yourself!: Pacing Guide Overview for 3rd Grade Wendy McKinney,6-120 H205 CLOSED  Teachers 7 
  8. 8. 2012 RCS Educators’ Conference  August 6, 2012 | 9:30am-10:30 Room ID Number Session Title Presenter Number Pace Yourself!: Pacing Guide Overview for 4th Grade Scottie Penn 6-115 H102 Teachers Pace Yourself!: Pacing Guide Overview for 4th Grade Tameka Goods 6-121 H206 Teachers Pace Yourself!: Pacing Guide Overview for 5th Grade Cher Delapp 6-122 H208 Teachers Pace Yourself!: Pacing Guide Overview for 5th Grade Kim ShotwellCLOSED  6-116 H222 Teachers Pace Yourself!: Pacing Guide Overview for High School Elizabeth Joyce 6-108 M82 English Teachers Pace Yourself!: Pacing Guide Overview for High School Ramona Bankston 6-107 M84 Math Teachers Pace Yourself!: Pacing Guide Overview for High School Kimberley Thompson 6-109 M92 Science Teachers Pace Yourself!: Pacing Guide Overview for High School Stephanie Dickens 6-110 M88 Social Studies Teachers Pace Yourself!: Pacing Guide Overview for Kindergarten Mary Kirckpatrick 6-117 H106 Teachers Pace Yourself!: Pacing Guide Overview for Kindergarten Susan Tucker 6-111 H210 Teachers Pace Yourself!: Pacing Guide Overview for Teacher Assis- Maggie PaschalCLOSED  6-129 H212 tants and Support Personnel Pace Yourself!: Pacing Guide Overview for World Lan- Val Pyrtle 6-123 M12 guages 8 
  9. 9.   August 6, 2012 | 9:30am-10:30am RoomID Number Session Title Presenter Number6-103 Pace Yourself!: Pacing Guide Overview 6-8 ELA Shelly Cridge M136-104 Pace Yourself!: Pacing Guide Overview 6-8 Science Dawn Slaughter M96-105 Pace Yourself!: Pacing Guide Overview 6-8 Social Studies Whitney Fleihman M76-131 PRESENTATION and INTEGRATION Darryl Dutcher H1216-131 Spin a Story - Digital Storytelling Marsha Erskine H118 Sylvia Asnip, Teri6-126 The New Essentials of Physical Education Schlosser H-GYM 9  Session Information 
  10. 10. 2012 RCS Educators’ Conference  August 6, 2012 | 10:45am-11:45am Room ID Number Session Title Presenter NumberCLOSED  6-223 ActivInspire’s Top 10 List Matt Barfield M-LIBCLOSED  6-203 Advanced Tips and Tricks for Canvas Christy Barham M31 But I am NOT an English Teacher -- Tips for Integrating Lan- Lydia Patterson-Bryant 6-202 M84 guage Arts into the CTE Classroom Daphne Wall, Rhonda 6-222 CIPP IT! Brown H102 Lucas Conkle, Mary 6-212 Digest This! Dynamic Journeys and 7th Grade Science Catherine Huss M12CLOSED  6-226 Discovery Streaming and Editable Content Conni Mulligan H120 Emergency Medications at School: Keeping Our Students Tammy BarkerCLOSED  6-213 H115 Safe It Starts with US; Eliminating Bullying & Stereotypes Using Michelle Hines, 6-224 Jameshia Hunter H103 Classroom Guidance Make Learning Collaborative with Google Apps and Web Richard Byrne 6-220 M-AUD 2.0 Tracy Blackard,CLOSED  6-209 Meaningful Math Rich with Rigor in Fifth Grade Pam Dalton H210 6-205 Meaningful Math Rich with Rigor in First Grade Angela Southard H206 6-208 Meaningful Math Rich with Rigor in Fourth Grade Lauryn Thornton H208 6-211 Meaningful Math Rich with Rigor in High School Ramona Bankston M13 10 
  11. 11.   August 6, 2012 | 10:45am-11:45am RoomID Number Session Title Presenter Number6-204 Meaningful Math Rich with Rigor in Kindergarten Cher Delapp H204 CLOSED 6-210 Meaningful Math Rich with Rigor in Middle School Bambie Evans M116-206 Meaningful Math Rich with Rigor in Second Grade Jo Rayle H205 CLOSED 6-207 Meaningful Math Rich with Rigor in Third Grade Wendy McKinney H2096-215 Non-Fiction Connections with Common Core Jennifer "Coley" Barrier M88 Merrianne McCall, Re-6-219 Preschool Math - More than 1,2,3 becca Kallam, Marla H101 CLOSED  Joyce-Nelson6-228 PRESENTATION and INTEGRATION Darryl Dutcher H121 Justin Terrell6-201 RCS All-County Band Mell Covington H105 Kimberley Thompson-6-218 Science Essential Standards: What to Be Prepared For Hairston M92 Seeing Clearly in the Classroom with Lumens Document Eddy Boyette6-227 H106 Cameras Elizabeth Joyce6-221 Showcase You: ePortfolios in the Classroom Laura Rodriguez M82 CLOSED  Barbara McMillan6-214 Spin a Story - Digital Storytelling Marsha Erskine H118 Teaching to the Common Core State Informational Text6-225 ELA Standards: Improving K-5 Students’ Reading and Dr. Nicole M. Martin H222 CLOSED  Writing 11  Session Information 
  12. 12. 2012 RCS Educators’ Conference  August 6, 2012 | 10:45am-11:45am RoomID Number Session Title Presenter Number Whitney Fliehman, Lori6-216 Using Primary Documents in Science and Social Studies Beth Davis M76-217 Using the Chromebook in the Social Studies Classroom Jon Williams M86 August 6, 2012 | 12:00pm-1:00pm RoomID Number Session Title Presenter Number Allison Wright, Donna6-325 Be A Research "Smartie" with Big6 Edrington H2216-314 Blooms Taxonomy Cube Amy Hewitt M246-315 DIAL-4 Training Amy Rose H2166-321 Fly Falcon Fly Chris Wood M256-322 Safe Schools: Warning Signs and Risk Assessments Diane Zihal M28 Rockin Research with 21st Century Tools: “This is not your Donna Turner, Martha6-302 Carroll, Brittany Butler M81 grandmas library!" 12 
  13. 13.   August 6, 2012 | 12:00pm-1:00pm RoomID Number Session Title Presenter Number Teaching to the Common Core State Informational Text6-326 ELA Standards: Improving K-5 Students’ Reading and Writ- Dr. Nicole M. Martin H222 CLOSED  ing Elizabeth Joyce6-305 Tool Time: Constructing a PBL in the Cloud Merea Bridges, Leigh M82 Hopkins6-306 Your Classroom Computer Is for More Than Checking Email Eric Johnson H108 Gini Cardwell, Amy6-319 Hooked on Nooks Wilson, Robin Yarber, H220 CLOSED  Nona Craft6-311 Differentiation in the Middle and High School Classroom Jane Lemons M13 Jill Nolker, Bobbie Bar- ham, Jennifer Wray,6-304 The "Bear" Necessities of Project-Based Learning Carolyn Moore, Cari H102 Wilson, Suzanne Massey John Butler, Matt Hill,6-313 Emerging Technologies Max Dooley M646-301 Interactive Reading: Using Music to Enhance Literacy Jonathan R. Drye H106 Measuring Teacher Effectiveness: Everything You Need to Lewis Johnson6-316 H215 Know But Are Afraid to Ask.6-320 Integrating Media in ActivInspire Matt Barfield M-LIB6-309 A Novel Idea: Motivating Reluctant Readers Melanie Gilbert M11 CLOSED  Michelle Casto, Becky6-310 1:1 for the Science Classroom Burris M90 Molithia Spencer, Denise6-318 To the Top with SIOP Sears, Roman Gunn H217 13  Session Information 
  14. 14. 2012 RCS Educators’ Conference  August 6, 2012 | 12:00pm-1:00pm Room ID Number Session Title Presenter Number The Daily Five: Making the Most of the Reading Block in Sandra Shank, RobynCLOSED  6-324 H219 Grades 3-5 Bondurant 6-307 Edmodo-Its better than Facebook Sarah Jane Spencer M7 6-308 Operating a 21st Century Classroom Shane Freeman M9 STEP UP! Bully Prevention and Postive Behavior Intervention Stephanie Austin; Dr.CLOSED  6-323 Jean Steverson M29 Support (PBIS) Tammy Robertson, Re- 6-312 NBPTS Renewal: Where Do I Begin? becca Joyce H214 Strategies for Writing Success: Unlocking the Writer Within Tina Whitten 6-303 H101 Your Students Wanda SmithCLOSED  6-317 Bloomin with the Common Core Dana Hensley, Emily H218 Boing, Laura Rodgers August 6, 2012 | 1:15pm-2:15pm Room ID Number Session Title Presenter NumberCLOSED  6-403 Advanced Tips and Tricks for Canvas Christy Barham M31 Building Better Futures for Kids: Dropout Prevention Coordi- Jean Steverson 6-414 M23 nators Meeting Cari Wilson, Suzanne CLOSED  6-409 Catapulting Cinderella into the 21st Century Massey H103 14 
  15. 15.   August 6, 2012 | 1:15pm-2:15pm RoomID Number Session Title Presenter Number6-408 Delving into Informational Texts 3-5... For Real! Gini Cardwell H218 CLOSED 6-404 Delving into Informational Texts K-2 ... For Real! Laura Southard H2196-405 Delving into Informational Texts K-2... For Real! Mary Kirkpatrick H2166-407 Delving into Informational Texts 3-5 ... For Real! Stephanie Prunty H217 Susan Price-Cole, Lisa6-412 Differentiated Instruction and the Common Core Miller H1066-426 Discovery Streaming Builder Tools Conni Mulligan H120 Leigh Hopkins, Devona6-418 Get Excited about Edmodo! Hampton-Williams, M29 CLOSED  Sadie Payne Savannah Kallam,6-413 Get With It: Google Apps to the Rescue Elizabeth Joyce M82 CLOSED 6-421 Getting Active With Word Walls Amy Morris M286-415 Google Docs Toolbox Stephanie Dickens M30 CLOSED 6-424 Integrating Media in ActivInspire Matt Barfield M-LIB6-402 Learning GoogleEASE Donna Edrington H101 CLOSED  Make Learning Collaborative with Google Apps and Web Richard Byrne6-422 M-AUD 2.0 15  Session Information 
  16. 16. 2012 RCS Educators’ Conference  August 6, 2012 | 1:15pm-2:15pm Room ID Number Session Title Presenter Number 6-406 Number Talks Karen Wright H102 Merea Bridges, MarshaCLOSED  6-411 Oh the Places Well Go (with Chromebooks) Erskine H118 6-420 Pace Yourself!: Pacing Guide Overview 6-8 Math Bambi Evans M11 Reading and Writing in the Common Core: Teaching with Dr. Nicole M. Martin 6-425 H222 Narrative and Informational Texts Elicia Knight, Jane 6-419 SIOP-How Does It Look In The Classroom? Lockhart, Brianne H220 Bracken, Donna Cox 6-410 Student and Instructor Planning Using Career Cruising Jim Carroll M12 Nina Brown, Tina Ash- 6-416 Technology in Preschool ley H117 The Great Adventure: Exploring Social Studies Essential Maggie Paschal 6-423 H221 Standards 3-5 Tamra Wells, Terrence 6-401 Web 2.0 Tool and Canvas McHugh M7 6-417 You Completed NC Falcon. Now What? Lewis Johnson H215 16 
  17. 17.   August 7, 2012 | 8:00am-9:00am RoomID Number Session Title Presenter Number7-125 AIG Kick Start Wanda Smith H1197-112 Blooms Project Pyramid Whitney Fliehman M7 CCSS: Modeling and Representing Addition and Subtrac- Sharon Rollins7-122 H103 tion of Fractions Daphne Wall, Rhonda7-119 CIPP IT! Brown H102 Curriculum Integration: How the Essential Standards Relate Jonathan R. Drye7-103 H106 to the Common Core7-127 Discovery Streaming and Editable Content Conni Mulligan H1207-107 Getting Active With Word Walls Amy Morris M28 Gini Cardwell, Amy7-117 Hooked on Nooks Wilson, Robin Yarber, H220 CLOSED  Nona Craft LaWanda Castle, Ann7-108 Inclusive Practices: Success in the Common Core Page M84 Linda Staten, Mischa7-102 Integrating Literacy in Your HS Classroom Miles, Karen Hopkins, M86 Cassie Willet. Lights, Camera, Action!: Readers Theater in the Elemen- Shannon Boyd, Susan7-109 Messick H115 CLOSED  tary Classroom Make Learning Collaborative with Google Apps and Web Richard Byrne7-115 M-AUD 2.0 Laurie Skrobola, Suz-7-116 Navigating a Sea of Research anne Massey H101 CLOSED  17  Session Information 
  18. 18. 2012 RCS Educators’ Conference  August 7, 2012 | 8:00am-9:00am Room ID Number Session Title Presenter Number Laura RodriguezCLOSED  7-120 Pack Your Bags: Virtual Field Trips in the Classroom Elizabeth Joyce M82CLOSED  7-121 PBIS: "Where is the Beef?"......The Power of Data! Stephanie Austin M29 7-126 PRESENTATION and INTEGRATION Darryl Dutcher H121 Leigh Hopkins, Lori Beth Davis, JenniferCLOSED  7-113 Put Your Best Foot Forward with Techsteps Adams, and Denise M20 Brooks Reading and Science Connections: Integration Strategies Melissa BaileyCLOSED  7-110 H116 for K-2 Seeing Clearly in the Classroom with Lumens Document Eddy Boyette 7-128 H222 Cameras 7-129 Spin a Story - Digital Storytelling Marsha Erskine H118 Stacey Loye, SherriCLOSED  7-118 Strategies for Writing Success: Engaging Young Writers (K-2) Hall, Brianne Bracken H224 Debbie Leach, AdamCLOSED  7-123 Student-Created Products for PBL Gaspar M24 Kimberley Thompson- Hairston, 7-106 The Use of Protocols to Promote Literacy in the Classroom Diane Hill, M92 Kayla ChristmannCLOSED  7-124 TouchMath in an Inclusion Classroom Anna Quarles H117 7-101 Using Smart Music in the Band Class Room Brian Otter M30 7-104 Web 2.0 for World Languages Christy Barham M31 18 
  19. 19.   August 7, 2012 | 8:00am-9:00am RoomID Number Session Title Presenter Number Sherry Kevwith, Amy7-105 You CAN teach an old dog new tricks! Cuthbertson, Jennifer M21 Rogers7-111 You Completed NC Falcon. Now What? Lewis Johnson H215 August 7, 2012 | 9:15am-10:15am RoomID Number Session Title Presenter Number 12 Common Addition and Subtraction Situations in the Angela Southard, Carla7-225 Owens H117 Common Core (CGI)7-207 A Novel Idea: Motivating Reluctant Readers Melanie Gilbert M11 CLOSED  Allison Wright, Donna7-219 Be A Research "Smartie" with Big6 Edrington H221 CLOSED  Natalie Haire and7-221 Bibliotherapy: A Tool for Middle School Emily Smith M867-209 Blooms Taxonomy Cube Amy Hewitt M24 CCSS: Division of Fractions, From Concrete to Representa- Sharon Rollins7-224 H116 CLOSED  tional and Beyond7-226 Discovery Streamings Closed Caption Videos Conni Mulligan H1207-206 Edmodo-Its better than Facebook Sarah Jane Spencer M7 CLOSED  19  Session Information 
  20. 20. 2012 RCS Educators’ Conference  August 7, 2012 | 9:15am-10:15am Room ID Number Session Title Presenter Number Summar Clark, PamCLOSED  7-212 Extreme Makeover: School Edition Artis H102 7-203 I Can Sing, You Can Sing, Together We Can Sight-Sing Eric Johnson H108 Lights, Camera, Action!: Readers Theater in the Elemen- Shannon Boyd, SusanCLOSED 7-208 H115 tary Classroom Messick Make Learning Collaborative with Google Apps and Web Richard Byrne 7-217 M-AUD 2.0 7-215 Meaningful Math Rich with Rigor In High School Ramona Bankston, M13 Measuring Teacher Effectiveness: Everything you need to Lewis Johnson 7-211 H215 know but are afraid to ask. Merea Bridges, Marsha 7-205 Oh the Places Well Go (with Chromebooks) Erskine H118 7-214 Pace Yourself!: Pacing Guide Overview for Cultural Arts Jean Steverson M12 Stephanie Austin, ToniCLOSED  7-222 PBIS: "WHY do they act that way?" Troxler, Janet Winn M29 7-210 PBL: Peanut Butter and Literature Laurel Clark M84 7-227 PRESENTATION and INTEGRATION Darryl Dutcher H121 Supporting Successful Transitions to Postsecondary Settings Julia Jackson-Newsom, 7-223 PhD M88 for Students with Learning Differences Cathy Murray- Rockingham County The Role of the Educator in Reporting Child Abuse and Ne- Department of SocialCLOSED  7-202 H101 glect Services 20 
  21. 21. August 7, 2012 | 9:15am-10:15am   RoomID Number Session Title Presenter Number7-204 The Three Cs: Canvas, Castlelearning and Common Core Melissa Motley M97-201 Tips, Tools and Resources for Global Collaboration Christy Barham M31 CLOSED  Using Technology and Standards to Improve Science Edu- Jared Williams7-220 M93 CLOSED  cation August 7, 2012 | 10:30am-11:30am RoomID Number Session Title Presenter Number Amy Morris, Shellie7-304 "Bring a Mate; Collaborate!" Cridge M28 Constructing Dynamic Learners: Cooperative Learning in Gene Kelley, Joan Mabes7-311 M88 CLOSED  the 21st Century Classroom7-324 Discovery Streaming Builder Tools Conni Mulligan H1207-302 Essentials of the World Language Essential Standards Christy Barham M31 Leigh Hopkins, Devona7-310 Get Excited about Edmodo! Hampton-Williams, M29 CLOSED  Sadie Payne It Starts with US; Eliminating Bullying & Stereotypes Using Michelle Hines,7-323 Jameshia Hunter M9 CLOSED  Classroom Guidance7-301 Learning GoogleEASE Donna Edrington H101 CLOSED  Make Learning Collaborative with Google Apps and Web Richard Byrne7-320 M-AUD 2.0 Mastering Classroom Management in a Technology Rich Eric Johnson, Mary7-213 Catherine Huss H108 Environment 21  Session Information 
  22. 22. 2012 RCS Educators’ Conference  August 7, 2012 | 10:30am-11:30am Room ID Number Session Title Presenter Number Tracy Blackard, 7-318 Meaningful Math Rich with Rigor In Fifth Grade Pam Dalton H210 7-314 Meaningful Math Rich with Rigor In First Grade Angela Southard H206 7-317 Meaningful Math Rich with Rigor In Fourth Grade Lauryn Thornton H208 7-313 Meaningful Math Rich with Rigor In Kindergarten Cher Delapp H204 7-319 Meaningful Math Rich with Rigor In Middle School Bambie Evans M11 7-315 Meaningful Math Rich with Rigor In Second Grade Jo Rayle H205 7-316 Meaningful Math Rich with Rigor In Third Grade Wendy McKinney H209 Laurie Skrobola, Suz- 7-321 Navigating a Sea of Research anne Massey H222 Jennifer Rakestraw,CLOSED  7-307 Peak Your Interest with PINTEREST Elizabeth Gates, Kim H102 Shotwell Wayne Knight, Allison 7-303 Research: Use Your Noodle! Ormond M84 7-306 Spin a Story - Digital Storytelling Marsha Erskine H118 Strategies for Writing Success: Unlocking the Writer Within Tina Whitten 7-305 H224 Your StudentsCLOSED  7-312 The Magic of Picture Books Sally Challender H103 Molithia Spencer, Denise 7-322 To the Top with SIOP Sears, Roman Gunn H217 22 
  23. 23.   August 7, 2012 | 10:30am-11:30am RoomID Number Session Title Presenter Number Barbara McMillan, Brit-7-309 Using Project Based Learning for Staff Development tany Butler, Rebekah M7 CLOSED  Williams, Lyn Carlisle “What Did I Just Read?” Informational Text With a Critical Tiffany Gatewood,7-308 Elizabeth Joyce M82 Eye August 7, 2012 | 11:45am-12:45pm RoomID Number Session Title Presenter Number Michelle Casto, Becky7-409 1:1 for the Science Classroom Burris M907-413 Beginning of the Year Title I Meeting 2012-13 Tiffany Perkins H114 Charms: Management, Communication, Assessment, & Sean T. McClure, Char-7-410 lie Hall M11 Financial System Daphne Wall, Rhonda CIPP IT! Brown M-AUD Cool Science for Curious Kids: Science Essential Standards Susan Tucker7-402 Suzanne Massey H101 CLOSED  K-2 Jennifer Hopkins,7-419 Core Comprehension Connections Wendy McKinney H1177-414 Daily Five and more: Making the Most of the Reading Block Christie Dalton H204 CLOSED 7-424 Discovery Education - Student Accounts Conni Mulligan H120 DeVona Hampton-7-408 Exciting, Exhilariting & Engaging in English Language Arts Williams M297-411 Google Docs Toolbox Stephanie Dickens M13 CLOSED 7-403 Guidance Isnt Just for Counselors! Melanie Triche H102 23  Session Information 
  24. 24. 2012 RCS Educators’ Conference  August 7, 2012 | 11:45am-12:45pm Room ID Number Session Title Presenter Number 7-412 Kicking Off the Year, Orff-Style Kathryn Spencer H106 Tammy Dorsett, Denise 7-423 MS Math Activities & Lessons Balser M22 7-420 Reading Tools for Formative Assessment Regina Carroll H118 Rockin Research with 21st Century Tools: "This is not your Donna Turner, Martha 7-401 Carroll, Brittany Butler M81 grandmas library!"CLOSED  7-421 Safe Schools: Warning Signs and Risk Assessments Diane Zihal M28 Jimmy Shreve 7-416 Science as Inquiry: STEM/Robotics Amy Wilson H115 Marie Hopper Kimberley Thompson- 7-114 Science Essential Standards: What to Be Prepared For Hairston M92 Elicia Knight, Jane 7-418 SIOP-How Does It Look In The Classroom? Lockhart, Brianne H116 Bracken, Donna Cox Jill Nolker, Bobbie Bar- ham, Jennifer Wray, 7-404 The "Bear" Necessities of Project-based Learning Carolyn Moore, Cari H103 Wilson, Suzanne Massey Kim Proctor, Ward 7-422 The Museum Can Help Triche H119 Justin Conkle and 7-407 Thematic Instruction in the Social Studies Classroom Shane Freeman M9 Elizabeth Joyce 7-405 Tool Time: Constructing a PBL in the Cloud Merea Bridges, Leigh M82 Hopkins Video Games or Math - or Both! Using Mary Catherine Huss, 7-417 www.mangahigh.com to teach math skills and have fun at Jeff Walters M21 the same time. 7-406 Why Math? Jacquita Alexander H222 24 
  25. 25.   August 7, 2012 | 1:00pm-2:00pm RoomID Number Session Title Presenter Number 12 Common Addition and Subtraction Situations in the Angela Southard, Carla7-510 Owens H117 Common Core (CGI)7-501 Advanced Tips and Tricks for Canvas Christy Barham M31 Wanda Smith7-513 Bloomin with the Common Core Dana Hensley, Emily H209 CLOSED  Boing, Laura Rodgers7-515 C.A.F.E Reading-A Yummy Appetizer for Students Serina Brown H114 CCSS for English Language Arts: Informational Text in the Allison Ormond7-521 M84 High School Classroom Scottie Penn Cool Science for Curious Kids: Science Essential Standards Stephanie Snyder,7-503 H101 3-5 Sabrina Hunt7-512 Daily Five and more: Making the Most of the Reading Block Christie Dalton H2047-507 Delving into Informational Texts ... For Real! (3-5) Gini Cardwell H2187-502 Delving into Informational Texts ... For Real! (K-2) Laura Southard H2157-505 Delving into Informational Texts ... For Real! (K-2) Mary Kirkpatrick H2167-506 Delving into Informational Texts ... For Real! (3-5) Stephanie Prunty H217 Jo Newnam, Megan7-509 Guided Math Pickell H103 Ruby Schenkel, Karen7-516 Kim Sutton Number Line for Grades 3-5 Hester H1157-518 Literature Circles: Reading Kids Want Amanda Yates H222 25  Session Information 
  26. 26. 2012 RCS Educators’ Conference  August 7, 2012 | 1:00pm-2:00pm Room ID Number Session Title Presenter Number Make Learning Collaborative with Google Apps and Web Richard Byrne 7-514 M-AUD 2.0 Nip It In the Bud: Maberrys Guide to Student/Teacher Rela- Chris Wood, CathyCLOSED  7-519 tionships Smith M25CLOSED  7-508 Now Presenting - Google Presentations! Geneva Robertson M7CLOSED  7-504 Number Talks Karen Wright H102 Jane Frazier, Lauryn 7-511 Practical Practices Thornton H106 Diane Zihal, Charity 7-520 RCS Emergency Response Procedures Bumpass M28 Slide into Learning Through Paper-Slide Videos Lori Beth Davis H119 7-523 Space Exploration and the Common Core William Toth M9 Cathy Fleming, Susan 7-517 Web 2.0 Tools to Differentiate in 3-5 Watkins, Leslie Cassell, H116 Bruce Curtis Cheryl Yeatts, Elizabeth 7-216 Stand Up for Justice Joyce M8 26 
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