CS607 Improving Opportunities for Nontraditional & Special Population Students Through the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act




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Monday, March 23, 2009

Education Sessions

TechEd2009 offers more than 100 education sessions during the three day conference. All of our presenters are experts in their field. The general and regular sessions are all included in your conference fee so please attend as many sessions as you can.

General Session

Human Computation”

Professor Luis von Ahn, Carnegie Mellon University

Keynote Speaker

Spotlight

Spot577 Energy Independence Through Enhanced Technology

Larry Eisenberg, Los Angeles CommunityCollege District

The LACCD, the largest community college district in the United States, is implementing a comprehensive strategic plan to achieve climate neutrality in 2009. With $5.7 billion in capital project funding, the LACCD is changing the marketplace for sustainable products and techniques. Through the use of cutting-edge renewable energy generation and energy storage technologies, the LACCD will be 100 percent supported 24/7 by non-carbon based energy. In addition, the district is beginning the design process on 50 new buildings that it expects will exceed LEED Platinum standards by maximizing all sustainable attributes to achieve a zero energy status.

Concurrent Sessions

CS603 Moodle and 21st Century DETAILS: A Constructivist Approach to Teaching

Alan Taylor, Technology In Education Online

Move beyond using a Moodle as a repository for classroom information. This session focuses on how you can utilize 21st century results to better plan a more constructivie approach in the classroom and better integrate technology into the curriculum.

CS605 Extreme Podcasting with QuickTime Pro

Kurt Faulknerloser, Riverside Community College District

Extreme Podcasting has evolved at Riverside Community College out of a desire to train faculty in cross-platform enhanced podcast authoring techniques. See how QuickTime Pro is the application that makes it happen.

CS606 Get Engaged with Service Learning

Rudy Garcia, Central New Mexico Community College

Learn how Central New Mexico Community College and SkillsUSA teamed and created a national model where community service is an integral piece of instruction.

CS607 Improving Opportunities for Nontraditional & Special Population Students Through the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act

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Elizabeth Wallner, Joint Special Populations Advisory Committee

Join us as we explore ways to enable your school to improve the evaluation of all CTE programs, increase the success of students who are nontraditional (by gender) or from another special population group, and increase the efficacy of your professional development activities as required by Perkins IV.

CS609 The Classroom Performance System: From Toy to Tool

K. Ross Carroll, Jefferson County Public Schools

Enjoy an interactive, hands-on, and fun session exploring the possibilities for one of the most used response pad systems on the market: the Classroom Performance System.

CS611 Business Management in a Web 2.0 World

Bob Livingston, Cerritos College

Learn how Web 2.0 is changing the way we manage people, projects, and business activities in the 21st century. We will look at how technology-savvy organizations in various industries such as health care, entertainment, financial services, and education are using Web 2.0 technology to manage more efficiently and effectively.

CS612 Administering the California Teaching Performance Assessment using TaskStream

Paul Boyd-Batstone, California State University, Long Beach

This presentation will demonstrate TaskStream, a web-based learning achievement tools system and offer solutions to implementation challenges for the California Teaching Performance Assessment (CalTPA).

CS614 Assessing & Engaging: Effective Teaching & Learning Using Interactive Technology

Catherine Green, Riverside Unified School District

Using an 8th grade United History lesson, presenters will demonstrate how ongoing assessment and effective teaching strategies help increase student engagement and comprehension of the lesson objectives.

CS615 Using Web-based Meeting Software to Enhance Student-Faculty Interaction

William Bearley, University of La Verne

This session provides strategies and examples for integrating virtual, synchronous interaction into traditional and blended courses using Web-based meeting software. Additional strategies are presented for faculty and administrative use.

CS616 My Academic Plan: Helping Students MAP Their Future

Jim Gaston, South Orange County Community College District

Is there a more important problem we can help students solve, than helping them to make intelligent decisions in their course selections? Join us to see how our students define and track their educational goals.

CS617 e-Learning 2.0: Wikis for Educators and Ultimately Student Achievement

Lori Rozelle, Arcadia Unified School District

Discover how using wikis as web 2.0 tools can enable educators to efficiently and simply collaborate and share expertise, all in order to motivate and engage students more effectively.

CS619 Courseopedia 'Think Google ' But for Courses!

Abdullah Yahya, Chabot College

Do you need to increase enrollment? Is marketing too expensive? Have canceled classes? See how Courseopedia.com aims to solve these problems by building the world's first search engine for courses. TechEd2009 Conference, a program of The Community College Foundation page 6

CS621 Talk to Your Computer with Vista Speech Recognition--It's FREE

Lyn Clark, Los Angeles Pierce College

Considerably faster than keyboarding, Vista Speech Recognition has become a productivity tool, one that requires integration into the college curriculum. Come learn how it works. And remember it's FREE!

CS622 QI: An Alternate Reality Game for Developmental Mathematics

Bob Bramucci, South Orange County Community College District

The Quantum Intelligence (QI) online game involves a sentient computer hotly pursued by government agents and terrorists in a desperate race to save the world. Did we mention that it teaches math?

CS623 Richer Media for Ambiguity Reduction and Presence in Online Classes

Brian Newberry, California State University, San Bernardino

Learn to use Media Richness, Task Ambiguity Ratings, Presence and more to choose the best media for your online class interactions.

CS624 Tools for Screen & Media Capture in the Classroom

Joon Kim, Brentwood School

There are several useful, easy-to-use tools that you can use to 'capture' your lessons and demonstrations. Learn how educators can save time and help their students and colleagues.

CS625 Hordes of Free Stuff from a Google Certified Teacher

Rushton Hurley, Next Vista For Learning

They said this many powerful and free resources couldn't be packed into a single session. They were wrong. Come early for bonus stuff (and buckle your seatbelt).

CS626 Wanna Buy a Ph.D.? How Online Diploma Mills Threaten e-Learning

Anthony Pina, Sullivan University System

Revelations of government officials and educators with fraudulent credentials threatens legitimate e-Learning. Learn how the billion-dollar diploma mill industry ensnares international and domestic students with promises of 'life experience' degrees.

CS627 Equal Access to Education with Podcasting

Jayme Johnson, High Tech Center Training Unit

Podcasting continues to grow more popular as an instructional technology. Learn how podcasts are made, and how they can be enhanced for accessibility using free and inexpensive tools.

CS629 A Technology Taxonomy

Ray Gen, El Camino College

We all know of Bloom's Taxonomy and his strata of learning skills. Now consider a technology taxonomy. Not all learning technologies are alike.

CS631 Making On-Line Instruction Accessible to Physically and/or Learning Disabled Students

Denis Cheng, Hellenic American Union

Addressing the ever increasing demand that web content, especially that which is instructional, be made accessible. Come see how this session presents suggestions based on information gleaned from various Website resources. TechEd2009 Conference, a program of The Community College Foundation page 7

CS632 A Case Study of Strategic Technology Planning in Higher Education

James Frazee, San Diego State University

Technology evolves, budgets get trimmed, resources are limited. The higher education environment presents its share of obstacles to support quality instruction. Attendees will learn the process used to develop a strategic technology roadmap.

CS633 Keeping it Fair: How Well Can Non-proctored Online Exams Work?

Douglass McFerran, Los Angeles Mission College

As a group we will be sharing information based on research as well our own experiences in using online exams for distance learning. In particular, we want to focus on exams that are not proctored.

CS634 Implementing iTunes U

Kurt Faulknerloser, Riverside Community College District

iTunes U provides a free, high-profile, multimedia content repository for educational institutions. However, the implementation can be challenging. Learn how the Riverside Community College District has created an LDAP-based implementation.

CS635 Student Profile as a Critical Success Factor in Online Courses

Yehia Mortagy, University of La Verne

Knowledge of student profile is a critical success factor in developing online course material. The presentation shares the results of a 7-year longitudinal study, and the findings are helpful for online course instructors.

CS637 Art and Art Education in SecondLife

Michael Wright, Otis College of Art & Design

Come see how students created a virtual environment from beginning to end in SecondLife based on a theme. Students learned how to use team building, out-of-the-box creative thinking, 3D and 2D virtual tools as well as to work with a budget

CS639 Successful Vocabulary Activities Using Online Resources

Vincent Nunez, Santa Ana College

There is no such thing as too large a vocabulary. This presentation provides strategies and describes hand-picked online resources for enhancing student's general and academic word knowledge.

CS641 Distance Education Captioning & Transcription Grant Update

James Glapa-Grossklag, College of The Canyons

The Distance Education Captioning and Transcription Grant funds captioning to support student access. Learn how to apply for funding and how past funding has expanded student access and success.

CS642 e-Learning Instructional Partnerships Between Culturally Diverse, Minority Universities

Julian Scheinbuks, Chicago State University

We will share experiences of minority urban institutions with a public rural university engaging in inter-institutional teaching partnerships. Issues concerning the roles of instructors, administrators & mentors supporting these partnerships will be addressed.

CS643 Launching a MY HERO Global Exchange (GX) Media Arts Project

Geeta Malik, The MY HERO Project

Beyond the written word, students must know how to communicate using multimedia. Learn how to develop a hero-themed media arts program for students to produce/share films on a global platform. TechEd2009 Conference, a program of The Community College Foundation page 8

CS644 Untying the Tongue: Electronic Live Chat will do Just That!

Katherine Watson, Coastline Community College

Attendees will discover how unfettered electronic live chat, using cost-free software, can stimulate creativity and foster the development of effective learning strategies in a foreign 84uage, making coursework interactive and relevant.

CS645 Database Management Application with Visual Basic 2008 ADO.NET

Shin Liu, Rio Hondo College

See how this real world collaborative project integrates Visual Studio 2008 and Microsoft Access 2007 to create a useful database management application for college administrative staff.

CS646 ScreenCasting: Your Computer's Opportunity to be a Movie Star

Gordon Worley, Florida Center For Instructional Technology, University of South Florida

Learn to engage your students as they create screencasts. In this session you will learn to use free and inexpensive tools that make screencasting easy, even for non-techie teachers.

CS647 Interactive Learning: Taxonomy for Application & Analysis in an Online Environment

Cynthia Sistek-Chandler, National University

Interactive learning is the ultimate measure of engagement in an online or in an on-ground class. Explore how a dynamic relationship between teacher and students, between students and resources, and among students, interactive learning encompasses all content areas and all dimensions of learning.

CS649 e-Learning 2.0: Trends & Issues

Pearl Chen, California State University, Los Angeles

This presentation focuses on Web 2.0 and emerging trends in e-learning technologies. Important issues, possibilities, and challenges surrounding learning in the new and ever-changing digital landscape will be discussed.

Hands-on-Labs

LAB804 Panoramas with Photoshop CS4 Extended

Michael Sweeney, Florida Center For Instructional Technology/USF

Learn to create beautiful panoramas with Photoshop CS4. Merging several shots into one panorama is now simpler with the latest version of Photoshop.

LAB808 Teaching WordPress within a Writing Curriculum

Dan Tinianow, La Sierra University

WordPress is a powerful open-source software package designed for blogging, but capable of much more. Learn how to facilitate the use of WordPress in the classroom and help prepare instructors to teach and assist students in essential WordPress functionality.

LAB809 Introduction to Building and Scripting in Second Life

Jason Linnen, Rancho Santiago Community College District

Many educators have heard of Second Life but have never used it to create content. This class will provide hands-on instruction for creating 3D content in Second Life.

LAB816 Build Rubrics in Minutes, Score them in Seconds Using iRubric

Ramesh Sabetiashraf, Santa Ana College

Rubrics are the tool of choice for a number of assessments. Participants will learn how to save time building and scoring rubrics utilizing a free rubric toolbox at iRubric.com. TechEd2009 Conference, a program of The Community College Foundation page 9

LAB817 FREE- Youtube, Itunes, & Google Docs. Save Time & Stimulate

David Sconduto, Glendale College

Explore free internet resources with audio and video that can motivate students and provide a multi-dimensional learning environment. Learn how Google Docs can help instructors save time and stay organized. Free technology for educators!

LAB824 Build it Better: Project Based Learning From the Ground Up With Google Sketchup

Kenneth Shelton, Walter Reed Middle School

Building was never easier, more engaging or more meaningful than with SketchUp, Google's free 3D construction program. Participants will learn how to produce meaningful project-based learning assignments. An introductory walk-through will be provided, followed by the creation of actual models. Participants will leave with lesson plan ideas for their curriculum.

LAB825 Certifying Online Instructors with @ONE

Patricia James, @ONE

@ONE, a project funded by the California Community Colleges, provides courses that prepare faculty to teach effectively online. Learn how you can use @ONE's certification pathways in your online program.

LAB828 Out of the Darkroom and into Lightroom 2

Michael Sweeney, Florida Center For Instructional Technology/USF

Learn to organize and develop your digital photos like a professional, using Adobe Lightroom 2. Export your photos for print or the Web.

LAB832 Acquiring and Applying Course Content through Experiences (AACCE)

Dean Cooper, Los Angeles Unified School District

In the current inter-city elementary grades, the instructional emphasis continues to focus on acquisition of English for the bi-lingual learner in order to master standards-based content. Information presented during the AACCE workshop will suggest a hands-on scaffolding approach to vocabulary acquisition, content-context building, and positive efficacy development.

LAB833 TMI? Improving Student Research Practices

Noelle Kreider, Rialto Unified School District

When your students need to locate information do they start with Google or Wikipedia? Learn to research more effectively and discover strategies that help students access, evaluate, and apply information.

LAB840 Social Networking in Education: Connecting Students

Zanetta Van Putten, Loma Linda University

Join us as we explore the built-in security/privacy features of Facebook and MySpace and present ways of using these features effectively within the educational environment.

Poster Sessions

PSM401 International Student Media Festival: Celebrating Creative Learning Through Technology

Otto Benavides, California State University, Fresno

Since 1974, the International Student Media Festival (ISMF) has celebrated the power of learning through student produced media. Come be a part of it!

PSM403 Integrating Technology into Language Courses: Issues & Recommendations

Shijuan Liu, California State University, Los Angeles

Explore issues in integrating technologies into language courses. Suggestions are provided based on the author's teaching and research experience in Chinese language education and instructional technology. TechEd2009 Conference, a program of The Community College Foundation page 10

PSM404 Initiating Collaborative Educational Projects Between Local and International Schools

Stephen Adams, California State University, Long Beach

As the world becomes more interdependent, fostering learning between local and international K-12 students is increasingly important. At CSU Long Beach, graduate students in educational technology learn by initiating global collaborations.

Corporate Solutions

VS702 Using the Read Naturally Software Edition (SE) to Improve Reading Fluency

Kristi Vincent, Read Naturally, Inc.

Read Naturally motivates students to improve fluency and comprehension by combining teacher-modeling, repeated reading, and progress monitoring. Come see how The Read Naturally strategy has accelerated the reading achievements of students nationwide.

VS703 How the $70 PC is Revolutionizing Educational Computing

Stephen Dukker, NComputing, Inc.

In the face of tightening budgets, attendees will discover how shared computing can help them improve their schools student-to-PC ratio for as little as $70 per computer seat.

VS704 Web-based Learning: Embrace Technology, Empower Yourself

Lori Kraska, Atomic Learning

Web-based learning allows educators to have training on accessibility features of common software at their fingertips. See how just-in-time learning can positively impact technology skills.

VS705 A Next Generation Digital Video Repository

Cameron Cox, Intelecom

This session offers a demonstration of the INTELECOM Online Resources Network...a hosted repository of academic video clips. Search for content by discipline and course, then copy and paste embeddable links directly into online courses, PowerPoints, faculty blogs and more.

VS706 Lower Costs, Improve User Satisfaction with New Contact Center Technology

Terence Gleeson, Qwest

Learn how your Interactive Voice Response (IVR) and contact center can create happy users while reducing costs. Hear education/government case studies and see how simple it is to get started.

VS707 Overview & Demonstration of Brand New Teaching & Learning Technologies

Charlene Douglas, Desire2Learn

Learn more about Desire2Learn’s award-winning suite of learning technology/software that enhances online learning. Discover how this technology helps faculty engage students, and improve online delivery.

VS708 Paperless Web-based Keyboarding

Barbara Ellsworth, Mesa Community College

NO software to install or maintain. NO papers to grade or print. Self-paced. Individualize to learners. Progress/Grade Reports viewed online. Software keeps students' eyes on textbooks not keys/screen. Formatting FREE.

VS709 How Online Reading Assessment Has Changed our College Reading Department

Inna Newbury, El Camino College

When a high percentage of entering students do not have academic reading skills, what can we do? Learn how to immediately assess their reading levels, continuously monitor progress, and help prepare them for careers. TechEd2009 Conference, a program of The Community College Foundation page 11

VTM401 Classroom Automation & Remote Management

John Albrecht, Crestron

This pesentation will describe solutions for classroom technology automation and system management. Classroom technologies can be controlled easily and integrated with remote software for system management and energy conservation.

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Education Sessions

General Session

Why Virtual World is Compelling in Education”

John Lester, SecondLife

Keynote Speaker

Spotlight

SPOT578 Teaching Spectacularly with Cellphones

Hall Davidson, Discovery Educator Network

Mobile is the next wave. Cellphones are used to text, video, take assignments, document work, translate, podcast, and interface with Web 2.0. Teachers and students carry them already; learn how we can adapt to achieve educational goals.

Symposium

SYMP550 Preparing to Deliver Education in 2015

Learning in 2015 requires a paradigm shift with a different pedagogy, and skills, enabled by technology and a holistic transformation of the process. This session will bring together experts in various aspects that are working together to prepare California for this leap forward. The panel will offer insight into components that are being implemented in California educational institutions.

Consurrent Sessions

CS651 The Total Electromagnetic Spectrum in One Lesson

Andy Setlow, Retired Educator

This session demonstrates lesson plans designed to introduce middle-grade and high school students (preferably 8th grade on) to the total electromagnetic spectrum in one 60-90 minute period.

CS653 Technology-based Games that Empower Learners

Jan Ray, West Texas A & M University

Come see how to actively engage learners through the use of PowerPoint games. Learn about game-based learning resources designed for you. Even better, facilitate students in creating their own learning games!

CS654 From Geek to Hero: Customer Service for IT Professionals

Neal Raisman, AcademicMAPS

Discover how IT professionals can improve their customer service and interactions with all the denizens within academic environments so they can be better appreciated, reduce stress and get the job done with more smiles and fewer grumbles.

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CS655 Podcasting in the Classroom

Nick Pernisco, Santa Monica College

Podcasting can be used to help achieve higher learning both in, and outside of the classroom. Attendees will learn strategies and tactics for teaching using podcasts.

CS656 Enhancing Student Information Systems to Ensure No Child Left Behind

Greg Walker, Pinellas County School District

Attendees will learn how Pinellas County School System is utililizing a Data Base Management System (DBMS) to analyze student Benchmark Assessments, Discipline, Attendance and State Assessments results by interfacing with their district student information system (SIS).

CS657 Alternative Strategies for Integrating Media/Technology for Enhancing Listening Comprehension

Mamdouh El-Nady, US Air Force Academy

This session provides language instructors with alternative strategies for integrating Audio, Video Clips, PowerPoint, and Quia interactive programs and uses them as instructional tools for enhancing listening comprehension.

CS659 Higher Education: It's Not Just Lecture Anymore

Michael Speziale, Wilkes University

Digital natives expect more from college teaching. In this presentation you will examine survey results from college students and faculty regarding teaching and learning preferences and explore best practices in technology integration.

CS661 PowerCounterPoint: How Working Memory & PowerPoint Can Work Together

Peter Desberg, California State University, Dominguez Hills

A group of University students tells jokes and only remembers 2-of-12; all due to the small capacity of Working Memory. We'll offer strategies for using PowerPoint to reduce this bottleneck of thinking.

CS662 Learn a Unique Free Online Tool for Teaching Problem Solving Skills

James Carroll, Maxwell School of Syracuse University

Come see presenters demonstrate how teachers, grades 4-university, can integrate the Public Policy Analyst into any curricula to have students analyze and solve social problems like global warming, terrorism, etc.

CS663 Girls Got Game? Addressing Gender Equity in Gaming in Education

Lesley Farmer, California State University, Long Beach

See how Egaming reveals gender-linked issues that need to be addressed explicitly in order to insure gender equity when incorporating egames and egaming elements into education.

CS664 Interactivity Makes Learning Fun. Engage Students with Technology!

David Sconduto, Glendale College

Come see a demonstration on how student response systems can greatly improve the 'traditional' learning environment. Combining PowerPoint with student remotes (clickers) produces a new paradigm in education with too many benefits to list!

CS665 Digital Image Projects: Assessment Made Simple!

Marilyn Eggers, Loma Linda University

Learn how to develop and assess digital image projects that promote student learning and success.

CS667 YouTube, not WeTube: Empowering Instructors to Create & Deploy Media

John Makevich, College of The Canyons

This workshop will provide faculty with some basic tools and strategies for creating their own media content without needing lengthy and complex editing processes. TechEd2009 Conference, a program of The Community College Foundation page 14

CS668 Learn the Three E's of Audio Podcasting

Ivan Taylor, San Gabriel Christian School

Learn the three E's of audio files. Discover how to edit unwanted sounds, eliminate humongous files and enhance audio podcast files. See the steps to take with low cost solutions.

CS670 GoogleLitTrips for Secondary Educators

Richard Mellott, Roosevelt Middle School

Explore these lessons, which are designed to link historical fiction stories with places in which they occur, and create a vehicle that blends the curricula of science, geography, English Literature, and history.

CS672 Designing and Delivering Multimedia Instructional Modules

Nanda Ganesan, California State University, Los Angeles

The tools, techniques and design issues relating to the rapid development and streaming of multimedia modules will be discussed and demonstrated using software tools such as Camtasia and Encoder.

CS673 Tag: You've Got it

Gordon Worley, Florida Center For Instructional Technology, University of South Florida

Learn how tagging web pages, notes, images, and projects keeps you organized. Delicious, Flickr, Votero, Picassa,and Florida's asset management tool will be explained.

CS674 The Complete Teaching Toolbox: From Lesson Plans to Improved Student Performance

Bob Barboza, California Association of Resource Specialists

The session demonstrates education training tools targeted at technology topics, such as database usage, teacher and administrator classroom observation, lesson plan and test design, parent participation, and IEP development.

CS675 Introduction to .NET & Microsoft SQL Server 2008

Thomas Hicks, Trinity University , TX

Participants will learn to create basic .NET windows applications. Data Entry forms will be connected to the free Microsoft SQL Express 2008. .NET can add, delete, and update Web Server records.

CS676 Connected Learning, Reconnecting Kids: Practical Examples Connecting Classrooms to Communities

Gigi Johnson, University of California, Los Angels, Anderson School of Management

Come and learn the answers to the questions: How are Millenials engaging each other versus traditional school learning styles and how are connected media influencing and integrating with education from around the US?

CS677 MERLOT Web 2.0 Communication & Collaboration Tools

Sorel Reisman, Merlot

Learn about MERLOT Voices, a new Web 2.0 collaboration center that enables MERLOT community members to share experiences about teaching and learning with technology. MERLOT Mobile Search provides BlackBerry users with easy access to the MERLOT learning materials collection.

CS678 Developing an Online Proctored Testing Environment

Nancy Olson, Barstow Community College

Learn an easy way to set up distant online proctoring in order to comply with the new requirements set forth in the Higher Education Act, signed into effect in 2008. TechEd2009 Conference, a program of The Community College Foundation page 15

CS680 Creating Accessible PDF Documents with Adobe Acrobat 9

Jayme Johnson, High Tech Center Training Unit

Discover how to bring accessibility to new and existing PDF documents with Adobe Acrobat Pro 9. Common PDF attributes will be considered in terms of accessibility and effective instructional design.

CS682 Education Through Immersion: Legal Issues in a Virtual Environment

Ida Jones, California State University, Fresno

Persistent, multi-user virtual environments, like Second Life, can be used to create active learning opportunities to improve critical thinking abilities. This presenter will discuss use of SL and its impact.

CS683 Digital Media, Free Tools, Cool Projects, & Engaged Learners

Rushton Hurley, Next Vista For Learning

Discover how, using an inexpensive camera and simple, free software, anyone can make movies that engage students, improve learning, and promote schools and special programs. Attendees receive free resources.

CS684 Implementing a Cost Effective Video On Demand System

Kurt Faulknerloser, Riverside Community College District

Come see an overview of the process used by the Riverside Community College District's Open Campus to convert traditional telecourse video series into online, on-demand media available 24/7 over the Internet.

CS685 Library eLearning Spaces

Lesley Farmer, California State University, Long Beach

How do learning spaces impact libraries? Theories, models, and critical features for planning e-learning spaces are detailed. Current trends in library e-learning spaces are noted.

CS686 Beginning Programming for Middle School Students & BASIC and Scratch

Craig Whitmore, Norris Middle School

Highlights a beginning computer programming course designed to introduce students to programming, teach basic programming logic and concepts, and generate a desire to continue into advanced programming languages.

CS687 Using WebQuests to Improve Student Learning

Regina Lamourelle, Santiago Canyon College

This workshop will demonstrate how teachers can use WebQuests, a learner-centered technology-enhanced educational strategy to improve students' undertanding of course content.

CS688 Using Instructional Technology to Enhance Learning for Right Brain Thinkers

Michele Navarro, Riverside Unified School District

See how the use of interactive technology integrated in your core curriculum can increase motivation and acheivement in students who are right brain learners.

CS690 Student Generated Content: Unlocking the 21st Century Learner

Trisha Wilging, Riverside City College

Discover how to utilize students' knowledge of technology to enhance teaching and learning. This session will showcase the integration of Riverside City College's SI (Supplemental Instruction) Program and student-generated content. TechEd2009 Conference, a program of The Community College Foundation page 16

CS692 Raising Student Achievement by Incorporating Marzano's Strategies with Interactive Technology

Brandy Haegg, Riverside Unified School District

Educators are expected to raise achievement levels of all students, in every academic area. Attendees will learn how to use effective, research-based instructional strategies in conjunction with interactive classroom technology.

CS693 Innovative & Cost-Effective Use of Technology to Increase Parent Involvement

Jan Vanderpool, Bridge Over Digital Divide

The level of parent involvement directly corelates to academic achievement. Lower performing, high-poverty schools typically have lower levels of parent involvement. Discover innovate ways to use technology to increase parent involvement among these populations.

CS695 Authentic Learning in a Second Life

Bill Moseley, Bakersfield College

Second Life, and other such virtual worlds are becoming increasingly popular in education. In this session, we will discuss a framework for making virtual world learning powerful and authentic.

CS696 Integrating Technology into a College Reading Program

Larry Scheg, Modesto Jr. College

Learn to use technology to create online tests, practice tests, and games. Some of these items may even be downloaded onto the student's iPod or cell phone.

CS698 The Role of the Virtual Librarian in Higher Education

Carolyn Paul, Chapman University College

This presentation focuses upon the role of the Virtual Librarian in higher education. It outlines the unique ways in which this type of librarian assists both college faculty and students using internet technologies.

CS700 Use of GIS & the Internet as Effective Tools for Community & Classroom Education

Timothy Tyndall, Visible Light Distance Learning Network

Learn how GIS and related data-mapping /data-visualization technologies can be used as classroom tools for teaching all subject areas, including History, Literature and Math as well as the traditionally GIS focused Sciences.
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