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* 1. Please Rate the Date and Location:

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December 3-5, 2018
Kalahari Resort, Wisconsin Dells

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* 2. Please Rate Facility Internet Connectivity:

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Please rate your experience with internet connectivity

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* 3. Please Rate the Pre-Con Sessions (only if you attended):

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101. Blended Learning: Teaching in a Student-Centered Environment
102. Future Ready: Mix It Up! Using Blended Learning to Engage and Empower Students
103. DPI State of the State in the World of Digital Learning
104. Expand Your World with Google
105. Balance Life Like a Pirate - Using Tech Efficiently to Help Lead at Home, Work, and Life
106. Engagement…It’s Not Just for Students!
107. Tinker -> Code -> Make: Computer Science Experiences To Ignite Gen Z Students Passion For Learning
108. Building Successful Digital Initiatives: Elements of Leadership

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* 4. Please Rate the Keynote Sessions (only if you attended):

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Opening Keynote: Providing Every Child with Digital Tools for Modern Learning - (Milton Chen)
Closing Keynote: Leading Innovative Teaching and Learning - (George Couros)

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* 5. Please Rate Tuesday Round 1 Concurrent Sessions (please choose only one):

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1. Breaking Down the Four Walls
2. Incorporating Coding into Elementary Learning
3. Organizing your Google Admin Life for Yourself and Your Staff
4. Feedback & Project Management for Profession Based Learning
5. Personalized Learning In The Modern Classroom
6. Project Based Learning with Google for Education’s Applied Digital Skills
7. Don’t Just Talk About the Future, Model it! Personalizing Your PD
8. Engaging IEP Meetings and Student Led Conferences: It’s Not Just About Compliance, It’s About Student Voice
9. Personalized Path Through Middle School Math
10. Securing the Educational Instructional Environment at the Classroom Level
11. Let Their Voices Be Heard: Getting Started with Student Podcasts
12. How to Incorporate Student Voice and Choice
13. Voxer, The Learning Community Builder
14. Access Abilities: Designing for All Learners

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* 6. Please Rate Tuesday Round 2 Concurrent Sessions (please choose only one):

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15. Time and Professionalism: Tech Tips to Help Administrators be Better at Both!
16. Using Technology for Mindfulness and Social-Emotional Learning (SEL)
17. Revolutionize Your Professional Development Model! No More Sit and Get!
18. #PrincipalsInAction
19. Team for STEAM With Your Library Media Specialist
20. Level Up Your Literacy Block With Design Thinking
21. Your Next Digital Footprint
22. What is the Recipe for “Blended Learning” in Wisconsin School Districts?
23. Effective Co-Teaching: Our Journey
24. Future Ready: Practice What You Preach: Personalizing Professional Learning to Build Future Ready Staff and Students
25. Technology Tools to Personalize Your Science Classroom
26. Exploring a Whole New World: A Place for Virtual Reality in Every K12 Classroom!
27. Simplify, Streamline, Collaborate and Educate with Your LMS as Your Learning Hub
28. Using Pursuits to Build Skills for Who I Want to Become

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* 7. Please Rate Tuesday Round 3 Concurrent Sessions (please choose only one):

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29. A Day in the Life of Team #1 Community – A Personalized Learning Journey
30. Virtual Partnerships in a Brick and Mortar Classroom
31. 4-C’s of Flipped Learning
32. Using Tech in a Student-Centered Coaching Cycle
33. Improving Collaborative Leadership Through Future Ready
35. Gaming Historical Inquiry
36. Student Voice and Choice Through Technology
37. Well Played: Using GSuite and Chrome to Implement Game-Based Learning
38. Boosting Literacy in the 21st Century Classroom
39. Establish a District-Wide Technology Coaching Team
40. Using Google Classroom to Support Independent Work in a One-to-One Classroom
41. Effective Implementations From the Online and Blended Learning Field
42. Build a Maker Culture: How to Awaken the Inventive Problem-Solver

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* 8. Please Rate Tuesday Round 4 Concurrent Sessions (please choose only one):

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43. Computer Science and Basic Robotics in STEAM
44. Efficient Assessment and Grading in the High School Classroom
45. Incorporating Technology Within the Math Workshop Model in Early Elementary Classrooms
46. Math, Not Just Pencil and Paper Anymore
47. What the Deck? Using Pear Deck as a Tool to Unleash Student Voice and Feedback in the Classroom
48. You Can be Internet Awesome Too! Digital Citizenship Lessons for Your Classroom!
49. Parent Technology Takeover: Empowering Parents and Educators to Learn About the Technology Kids Use
50. Using Technology for Positive Parent Contacts to Increase Student Engagement and Learning
51. Digital Age Leadership to Support High-Quality Instruction
52. Show the Thinking: Visible Learning for iPads & G Suite for Education
53. Using Google Suite to Empower Learners and Build Classroom Community
54. Middle and High School Strategic Use of Data for Universal Screening in an Equitable Multi-Level System of Support
55. Project-Based Learning
56. Wisconsin Google for Education Update

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* 9. Please Rate Wednesday Round 5 Concurrent Sessions (please choose only one):

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57. From Consumption to Creation: Fostering Student Engagement Across Content Areas
58. Free Tech Tools to Engage Today’s Middle School Student
59. Introduction to ISTE’s Educator Certificate in WI
60. Future Ready: Keeping Kids Safe Online in the Digital Age
61. Engaging MS Learners as Creators and Innovators Through Design Thinking
62. Wisconsin Information and Technology Literacy (ITL) Standards in the Age of Personalized Learning
63. Give Students a Voice
64. Let’s GOOGLE Together: Get Organized On Growing Leading Educators
65. Getting Out of the Education Silo Using Collaboration
66. Model Tech Classrooms: Growing Our Practice
67. Google Photos: Shared Learning with Shared Albums
69. Future Ready: Libraries as Part of District Learning Plans
71. Engaging Students Through E-book and Electronic Resources
72. Robotics and A.I.: Ensuring Students are College, Career, and Community Ready 2030 and Beyond
073. The Inspiring Turbulence of Personalized Learning: Toto, I’ve a Feeling We’re Not in Kansas Anymore
74. Motivating Girls To Lean In to Pursue Passion-Driven Careers In STEM

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* 10. Please Rate Wednesday Round 6 Concurrent Sessions (please choose only one):

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75. Using SeeSaw and Video Pad Pro for Morning Announcements
76. Use Tech Tools for Enrichment & Review During RtI Block
77. Integrating Personalized Learning, Technology, and Student Driven Inquiry into Project Based Learning
78. Instructional and Technology Coach Meets the Future Ready Coach
79. A Professional Learning Model for Success
80. Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) Connections to the Digital Age Student
81. PBS Learning Media – The Gateway to America’s Most Trusted Classroom
82. Easy Tech Tools to Implement on Monday
83. Google Drawings…Oh My!
84. 4 Within Reach: Meaningful Technology Use Linked to Danielson Domains
85. Collaboration with Calkins: Making the Most of the Units of Study by Leaning on Each Other
86. School Librarians as Learning Leaders: An Administrator’s Guide
87. Building Student Leadership With Tech Ninjas
88. What’s in a Minute? How Technology Supported our Culture Shift
89. Your Digital Footprint
90. Work Smarter, Not Harder: Differentiated Instruction Using Video, Google Classroom and Google Keep
91. TEACH - Subsidized Internet & Updates
92. Notebook to Short Film
93. Everyone Can Create

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* 11. Please rate Expo Hall Theater sessions (only if you attended)

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501. Supercharging PLC with Data and ion
502. Use Star to Power your RTI Program
503. Pear Deck and Google Slides: The Perfect Pear
504. How to Engage 21st Century Students with Digital Content
505. College Readiness with the Blindfold OFF
506. Introduction to Rocketbook Smart Notebooks

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* 12. Please rate Classroom of the Future lessons (only if you attended)

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I thought the Classroom of the Future was:

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* 13. Please rate Coding & Markerspace Playground (only if you attended)

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I thought the Coding & Markerspace Playground was:

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* 14. How much time did you spend in the SLATE expo hall?

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* 15. Did you find the SLATE expo hall a valuable resource?

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* 16. Please rate:

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Pre-registration process (online)
Onsite registration process
Efficiency of the SLATE registration counter
SLATE staff

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* 17. Please comment:

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* 18. Please rate:

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Overall extent to which the SLATE conference fulfilled your expectations

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* 19. Do you plan to attend next year's SLATE Convention?
(December 9-11, 2019 - Kalahari / Wisconsin Dells)

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* 20. General comments:

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