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Happy New Year!  Welcome to Professional Learning for January 4, 2021.

We are so thankful to the many teacher leaders who are facilitating sessions on a range of topics, empowering you to attend the sessions that best meet your learning goals!

This link will show you how to view your personalized schedule for the day and access the WebEx links and session materials. 
Schedule changes are now closed, so you have access to the sessions you registered for in advance.

Remember to use the sched site today to access learning.
Your login is your d11 email address and the password you selected when you registered the week of 12/14.

Participant Feedback
Each session has a quick 2-question feedback form that you can complete to let presenters know how the session landed for you.
There will also be a survey sent to all participants asking how you felt about the overall professional learning day, so watch for that to come to your inbox January 6. Your voice matters and will better inform our design of future professional learning days.

Technology Glitches
While we are making every effort to have sessions run smoothly, if there are any instances where the session you registered for is inaccessible, please either check the site below for a previously recorded session (site updated throughout the day), or utilize the "On Your Own" learning session during the timeframe you are unable to access the live content.

Recorded Sessions
After 11:00 a.m. on January 4, and ongoing as recordings are processed, you can view sessions you missed AT THIS LINK - refreshing frequently throughout the day. (You must log in to the website with firstname.lastname@d11.org and your password to gain access.)

"On Your Own" Learning Access
Please join the Schoology course here to access session learning materials and reflection documents:
Log in to: d11.schoology.com > Select Courses in the top menu > Click My Courses > From the My Courses page, click Join Course on the right side of the page > Enter your access code BSQZ-2BBW-8QZ6H > Click Join. Then, look through the list of courses under My Courses for January 4 Learning: On Your Own Menu: Section 1.

Having trouble accessing Sched or another technical glitch on January 4?
Jump into open office hours here to get support between 8:00-10:00 a.m.

Enjoy the learning!

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Monday, January 4
 

8:00am MST

Assessments & Data Literacy During Remote Learning: What Options are There for Knowing Where We are Going? - Math (3-5) OnlineDave Sawtelle • Chad Molina Schoology for Elementary Specials (3-5) OnlineCory Hanson • Decorah Setter • Claire Strong • Danette Grantz Assessments & Data Literacy During Remote Learning: What Options are There for Knowing Where We are Going? - ELA (6-12) OnlineMykel Donnelly • Ashley Byers Differentiation in the Online Classroom - Secondary (6-12) OnlineMark Hess • Emily Andrews Instruction using Schoology - Schoology for Dummies (6-12) OnlineDave Thomas Kagan: Engagement Structures for Remote Learning - Secondary (6-12) OnlineClaudette Murtha Portfolios Aren't Just for Artists! How to Use Schoology Portfolios for Projects (6-12) OnlineWendy Foos Asynchronous Monday Playlist: Student-Led Learning - Elementary (K-5) OnlineJennifer Shewey • Alycia Eschler Effective Student Engagement Strategies in Different Teaching and Learning Models (K-5) OnlineDarian Founds Seesaw - Instructional Platform -(PreK-2) OnlineBrad Kerstetter • Kailey Theis • Diana Martinez GIFT - Great Ideas For Teaching - Online Learning: Teaching in Blocks (6-12) *Bring An Idea To Share! Participants are presenters! OnlineKarol Gates • Frank Krajcovic • Participants Planting Seeds to Drive Student-Centered Inquiry (6-12) OnlineSherri Landis • Christina Classen Special Education: Evaluation and IEP Nuts and Bolts - SPED (K-12) OnlineNancy Maresh Melo • Juliette Cutillo Social Emotional Learning Through the Arts (K-5) OnlineThink360 Arts • Laurilea McDaniel

8:30am MST

Assessments & Data Literacy During Remote Learning: What Options are There for Knowing Where We are Going? - Math (3-5) OnlineDave Sawtelle • Chad Molina Assessments & Data Literacy During Remote Learning: What Options are There for Knowing Where We are Going? - ELA (6-12) OnlineMykel Donnelly • Ashley Byers Differentiation in the Online Classroom - Secondary (6-12) OnlineMark Hess • Emily Andrews Kahoot-a-Palooza Works in Class or Remote! (6-12) OnlineZach Trendelman Learning Alliance Plan through the Lens of MTSS (K-12) OnlineSonia Urban • Jennifer Schulte On Your Own: Reflection, Student Agency, D11 Graduate Profile, Film Festival (K-12) Self Directed Learning - no WebEx link Schoology - Focus: Kami (digitize and utilize editable PDFs in Schoology) (K-12) OnlineMargaret Frey • Jackie Thompson Virtual Concerts On A Mac - (K-12) OnlinePaul Jacobson Asynchronous Monday Playlist: Student-Led Learning - Elementary (K-5) OnlineJennifer Shewey • Alycia Eschler Effective Student Engagement Strategies in Different Teaching and Learning Models (K-5) OnlineDarian Founds Seesaw - Instructional Platform - (PreK-2) OnlineBrad Kerstetter • Kailey Theis • Diana Martinez GIFT - Great Ideas For Teaching - Online Learning: Teaching in Blocks (6-12) *Bring An Idea To Share! Participants are presenters! OnlineKarol Gates • Participants • Frank Krajcovic Giving Students a Strong Start: A Resiliency-Based Approach to Keeping 9th Graders On-Track (6-12) OnlineRosanna Czarnecki

9:00am MST

9:30am MST

10:00am MST

Assessments & Data Literacy During Remote Learning: What Options are There for Knowing Where We are Going? - ELA (3-5) OnlineMykel Donnelly • Ashley Byers Kagan: Engagement Structures for Remote Learning - Intermediate (3-5) OnlinePhillip Hutcherson Assessments & Data Literacy During Remote Learning: What Options are There for Knowing Where We are Going? - Math (6-12) OnlineDave Sawtelle • Chad Molina EdPuzzle: Engage and Assess Student Understanding (6-12) OnlineCaleb Muth Great Googley Moogley... How to create an interactive sheet in Google Docs (6-12) OnlineJenn Ury Great Googley Moogley... Real-Time Accountability and Feedback in Online Environment (6-12) OnlineSarah Jacobs Student Engagement: Secondary Focus (6-12) OnlinePaul Bunge Promote Remote: Research Based Ideas for Engaging Secondary Students (9-12) OnlineAnnie Bammesberger On Your Own: Reflection, Student Agency, D11 Graduate Profile, Film Festival (K-12) Self Directed Learning - no WebEx link Differentiation in the Online Classroom - Elementary (K-5) OnlineEmily Andrews Differentiation in the Online Classroom - Elementary (K-5) OnlineMark Hess Schoology - Focus: Bitmoji Classrooms (K-5) OnlineKatie Kennedy • Kelsey Eberhart Kagan: Engagement Structures for Remote Learning - Primary (PreK-2) OnlineChristy Feldman Seesaw - Instructional Platform Seesaw in the Primary Classroom (PreK-2) OnlineSusan Strizich • Britney Loftin GIFT- Great Ideas For Teaching -Favorite Tech Tool (3-5) *Bring An Idea To Share! Participants are presenters! OnlineAnn Yenne • Participants Social Emotional Learning Through the Arts (6-12) OnlineThink360 Arts • Laurilea McDaniel

10:15am MST

10:30am MST

11:00am MST

Assessments & Data Literacy During Remote Learning: What Options are There for Knowing Where We are Going? - Math (3-5) OnlineDave Sawtelle • Chad Molina Assessments & Data Literacy During Remote Learning: What Options are There for Knowing Where We are Going? - ELA (6-12) OnlineMykel Donnelly • Ashley Byers College and Career Readiness (6-12) OnlineRicky Lobato Revision Assistant: Support Writing in Any Content Area (6-12) OnlineLeslie Rutberg Using EdPuzzle to engage learners: Student accountability with video instruction (6-12) OnlineClint Knox Working Memory Overload and Catastrophic Failure, Oh My! (9-12) OnlineTraci Radil-Morey On Your Own: Reflection, Student Agency, D11 Graduate Profile, Film Festival (K-12) Self Directed Learning - no WebEx link Schoology - Focus: Using Messaging Features In Schoology (K-12) OnlineSarah Connors Strengthening the Connection: Student/Teacher Relationships (K-12) OnlineTheresa Newsom, Ph.D. Asynchronous Monday Playlist: Student-Led Learning - Elementary (K-5) OnlineAlycia Eschler • Jennifer Shewey Effective Student Engagement Strategies in Different Teaching and Learning Models (K-5) OnlineDarian Founds Engaging Learners as a Team Online: Co-Teaching (K-5) OnlineChristy Feldman Seesaw - Differentiation and Remote Learning Through Seesaw (PreK-2) OnlineDanette Grantz • Carmen Moyer GIFTs - Great Ideas For Teaching - Ways to Check For Understanding (PreK-2) *Bring An Idea To Share! Participants are presenters! OnlineGretchen Bitner • Participants Critical Thinking through Depth and Complexity (K-12) OnlineMark Hess • Emily Andrews Improv Techniques for Theatre (K-12) OnlineLaurilea McDaniel • Brian McManus

11:30am MST

Assessments & Data Literacy During Remote Learning: What Options are There for Knowing Where We are Going? - ELA (3-5) OnlineMykel Donnelly • Ashley Byers Assessments & Data Literacy During Remote Learning: What Options are There for Knowing Where We are Going? - Math (3-5) OnlineDave Sawtelle • Chad Molina Internet Safety and Digital Citizenship : Intermediate Focus (3-5) OnlineAli Ogren Engagement: Interactive Tools: Utilizing Pear Deck & Google Slides (6-12) OnlineBeverly Taylor Revision Assistant: Support Writing in Any Content Area (6-12) OnlineLeslie Rutberg Using EdPuzzle to engage learners: Student accountability with video instruction (6-12) OnlineClint Knox Kagan: Engagement Structures for Remote Learning - Middle School (6-8) OnlinePeter Karanevich • Phillip Hutcherson Practical Enrichment Strategies for Remote and In-Person Learning (6-8) OnlineHannah Williams Poverty -- It Is Real People (6-12) OnlineBrent Urban • Vanessa Vatalaro • Russ Bone On Your Own: Reflection, Student Agency, D11 Graduate Profile, Film Festival (K-12) Self Directed Learning - no WebEx link Strengthening the Connection: Student/Teacher Relationships (K-12) OnlineTheresa Newsom, Ph.D. Effective Student Engagement Strategies in Different Teaching and Learning Models (K-5) OnlineDarian Founds Seesaw - Differentiation and Remote Learning Through Seesaw (PreK-2) OnlineDanette Grantz • Carmen Moyer GIFT- Great Ideas For Teaching - Favorite Tech Tool (3-5) *Bring An Idea To Share! Participants are presenters! OnlineGretchen Bitner • Participants

12:00pm MST

Assessments & Data Literacy During Remote Learning: What Options are There for Knowing Where We are Going? - ELA (3-5) OnlineMykel Donnelly • Ashley Byers Assessments & Data Literacy During Remote Learning: What Options are There for Knowing Where We are Going? - Math (6-12) OnlineDave Sawtelle • Chad Molina Creating Lessons in Schoology (6-12) OnlineDustin flesher Engagement: Interactive Tools: Utilizing Pear Deck & Google Slides (6-12) OnlineBeverly Taylor Kagan: Engagement Structures for Remote Learning - Middle School (6-8) OnlinePeter Karanevich • Phillip Hutcherson Practical Enrichment Strategies for Remote and In-Person Learning (6-8) OnlineHannah Williams On Your Own: Reflection, Student Agency, D11 Graduate Profile, Film Festival (K-12) Self Directed Learning - no WebEx link Strengthening the Connection: Student/Teacher Relationships (K-12) OnlineTheresa Newsom, Ph.D. Effective Student Engagement Strategies in Different Teaching and Learning Models (K-5) OnlineDarian Founds Internet Safety and Digital Citizenship : Primary Grades Focus (K-2) OnlineSusan Strizich Seesaw: It's Not Just for DOK 1 Anymore! (PreK-2) OnlineLisa Schott • Susie Gray GIFT - Great Ideas For Teaching - My Best Tip For Teaching Littles Online (PreK-2) *Bring An Idea To Share! Participants are presenters! OnlineGretchen Bitner • Participants Social Emotional Learning Through the Arts (6-12) OnlineThink360 Arts • Laurilea McDaniel Language of Dance in Your Classroom (K-12) OnlineLaurilea McDaniel • Jen Lennon

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2:00pm MST