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Wednesday, July 27 • 2:15pm - 3:30pm
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Classroom conversation and learning should be conceptual. Through inquiry driven curriculum, students are inspired to question, to think, to reflect and to contemplate. All voices should be heard and should be given outlets. The session will discuss how conceptual learning and technology converge and how to create essential questions that require more than a Google search to answer. 


The following will be shared:

  • Backchanneling: increases engagement
  • Gaming: increases empathy
  • Blogging: expands environment



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Stacy Brown

Elementary teacher, Sioux Central
About Stacy Brown 4th grade teacher, Sioux Central Community School, Sioux Rapids, IA | Stacy Brown has taught at Sioux Central Community Schools for 17 years. She is in her fifth year of teaching 4th grade. Previously, she taught middle school language arts for 12 years. Sioux Central is in its sixth year being a 1:1 school grades K-12. Stacy has leaped at the chance to engage her students with real-world applications in the classroom... Read More →
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Erin Olson

Instructional Leader/Curriculum Director, Sioux Central Community School
Erin currently serves Sioux Central Community School as an Instructional Leader and Curriculum Director. She has taught middle school language arts and high school English for a combined total of ten years before supporting technology integration at PLAEA for three years. Erin is a passionate educator and curriculum designer. In 2015, she received the ITEC State Technology Leader Award. She has been nationally recognized for her work as a... Read More →

Wednesday July 27, 2011 2:15pm - 3:30pm
Beacon Hill - 4th Floor (A wing)

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