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home The SMART Directed Classroom: Interactive SMART Board Training February 20 and 21, 2013

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 Gain Confidence with Classroom Technology! You know you're not using your SMART Board as much as you could.  But how do you integrate it into your everyday learning activities?  That's where this class will transform your teaching abilities  You'll learn to use your SMART Board to engage and motivate your K-3 and 4-6 learners.Bring your laptop loaded with the latest full or trial version of the SMART Notebook software so you can create lesson plans and activities you can use the very next day! Training Outcomes-As a result of this training, you’ll be able to: Connect and use the SMART Board™ for effective instruction Create and save work using Microsoft Office and SMART Notebook Software Troubleshoot basics involving your SMART Board™ Create engaging SMART Notebook activities Use the basic features of your SMART Board™ and related software daily  Encourage students to use the whiteboard to promote creative thinking  and reasoning skills Customize lessons in every content area Utilize the SMART lessons for classroom instruction Understand effective teaching methods that work in a SMART ™ classroomTraining Day Agenda8:00-8:30    Registration 8:30-10:00                Understanding how SMART works                Components of the whiteboard system                Basics of hardware and SMART Software and troubleshooting issues                Using Page Sorter, Gallery, Attachments and Property tabs10:00-12:00                Knowing your SMART notebook toolbar                Drawing tools, measurement tools and typed text                Inserting images into software and drop-down menuEnjoy lunch on your own1:00-2:30                Using SMART with a variety of subjects at grade levels K-3 (Feb 20) or 4-6 (Feb 21)                 Design, layout and best classroom practices                Multi-media feature of SMART software and website examples2:30-3:30                Introduction to SMART lesson planning                Sharing your SMART notebook file with other staff members                Using SMART for student assessment and independent student work                Q&A with your SMART certified facilitator "Teachers need to integrate technology seamlessly into the curriculum instead of viewing it as an add-on, an afterthought or an event."  Heidi Hayes-Jacob, Educational Consultant Here's what our participants are saying about this SMART class:“Having the laptop and working along with the instructor was fabulous”  “Wonderful resources and practice time!”  “It was important information I can use right now in the class room” “Patient and enthusiastic instructor” You’ll be able to use your SMART Board™for all of these activities:Principles of touch, write and saveWrite and erase annotationsClick-and-Drag Ready-to-use lessonsClassroom organization-such lunch counts and behavioral charts PowerPoint Presentations Plus much, much more!Your training includes:-SMART Board™ certified facilitators (see facilitator information below) -Interactive instruction-Hands-on learning with your laptop-bring your laptop with SMART loaded software!-Energizing interaction with teachers who share your technology issues-Immediately applicable concepts to take back to your classroom-Reference materials for your future reference and learning retention-Dedicated practice times; you'll be able to use your SMART Board™ immediately in your classroom-Small class size so you know your individual questions will be addressed-Six hours of classroom training; 8:30-3:30.  Feb 20 K-3, Feb 21 4-6. -Only $159 per person-We guarantee your satisfaction with our SMART training or your money back.-Call 913-461-3949 if you have any questions. Class size is limited to ensure your learning needs. About your Instructor: CINDY C. LANE ST. LOUIS, MO USA 63026 Email: lane.cindy@gmail.com Career Summary: Demonstrated accomplishments in public relations, Health Field, sales, management, computer software training and public speaking, WFUN radio personality, Dale Carnegie Sales Award recipient, Adjunct Professor/Southwest Baptist University,University of Missouri in Columbia, St. Louis Community College and Missouri's First Google Certified Teacher, District-wide Instructional Technologist Experience working with all teachers in districts with training of software programs and implementing technology into daily curriculum of students in K-12 environment. Responsible for all Technology PD, from designing programs to actual instruction in a St. Louis school districtHost of a statewide video produced for Missouri Cable Commission, distributed to 450 schools. Adjunct Professor; University of Missouri/Columbia, Southwest Missouri Baptist University, St. Louis Community CollegeDiscovery Education Certified Professional Development Trainer Google Certified Teacher and Google GEO Certified Professional Development Director of SchooltownContent Developer and Webinar Facilitator for Discovery EducationCertified Smartboard and Promethean Trainer eMINTS Certified Instructional Specialist Trainer for Adaptive Curriculum Master Trainer for INTEL, Teach to the FutureCertified Professional Development Trainer for Adaptive Curriculum Facilitator of eLearning for Educators Program Presented at METC, RCET & Morenet, FETC, SITE, ICE, ISTE, OETC, RPDC (*voted best presenter) Google Teacher AcademySpotlight Speaker at FETCKeynote Speaker - METC, RCET, SOITA, eMINTSSelected to attend 2011 GEO Education Google Conference, Lewiston, MainePublished - MSTA, DEN, ISTEFounded monthly GCT/CUE Dinner Club Webinar SeriesDesign and Teach Computer Programmer Assistant Modules (Consisted of all Microsoft Software and basic skills training) Education • 1979, BSEd, Southwest Missouri State University, Springfield, MO • 1998, Certified in Speech and Theatre, 6-8, STLCC, St. Louis, MO • Master's Program for Smartboard • Graduate of Professional Development Symposium, Saint Louis University • Google Certified Teacher • Masters in Educational Technology, 2009 University of Missouri-ColumbiaConverge Magazine Article Advisory Board of Discovery Education Network Advisory Board of Virtual Learning Center Advisory Board of PBWiki Advisory Board of Missouri Educational Technology Conference Advisory Board of Missouri Botantical Gardens Member of the Google Teacher Academy Member of Mizzou Alumni Association  Member of AACE, SITE, METC, ETA, CUE, ISTEKeynotes, Workshops, Presentations done for the following Organizations: SIEMENS STEM Institute, Silver Springs, MD Progressive Business ConferencesMt. Vernon Conference, ILAdministrators' Academy, West Central Eight, ILMissouri District Educators Conference, MONational Character Education Conference, MOHigher Ed HeroNational eMINTS Conference, MOSouth Central Service Cooperative, ARCarterville Community School District, IL Perryville School District, MOGoogle Teachers Academy, ILGoogle Educators Workshop, Toronto, Canada Advocates for Human Potential, Inc, ILROE 02 Educators Institute, ILComputer Using Educators, CASouthern Union Conference, GANorth Louisiana Teachers Association, LAIAASE Conference, ILDallas County School District, MO Christ Community Lutheran School ITSC Conference, Portland Oregon Montana State University, Billings, MT Buckhannon Elementary School, Buckhanon, WV Kenai School District, Kenai, AK Ritenour School District, St. Louis, MO
Where:
KU-Edwards Campus
Overland Park KS
Category:
Conferences & Tradeshows
When:
Wednesday, February 20 @ 8:00 am
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