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AI in Education

Join us for this special session learn more about Artificial Intelligence (AI). We’ll review the three types of AI with a focus on generative AI and what AI means in and for education. We’ll explain how it works, give examples, and provide you with strategies for effective implementation.

Skill Building with Brain Breaks

Who said brain breaks can't be educational? Join us as we show you fun ways to help students review learning in exciting ways - all while giving students a quick pause on their traditional lessons.

CAST a Wide Net with UDL

The Universal Design for Learning (UDL) framework was developed by The Center for Applied Specialized Technology (CAST) to change learning environments and engage all learners. In this introductory session, we will cover what the UDL Guidelines are with a focus on the "Why," "What," and "How" of learning. Then, we'll demonstrate how to support teaching and learning by applying the UDL Guidelines to the design of lessons and activities.

Wizards of Ozobot

Whether you are looking to follow the yellow brick road or travel somewhere over the rainbow, this course is for you. In this session, we will explore using Ozobot to help develop and support student understanding and apply skills such as measurement, making predictions, sequencing and drawing conclusions as it applies to coding and robotics. We will focus on Ozobot Blockly with some additional accessories.

Teq '<3's' Social Studies

How does Teq love social studies? Let us analyze the ways...join us for an exciting session as we explore some Valentine's Day-themed social studies lessons geared towards middle and high school students. We'll share our admiration for social studies by providing you with ideas exploring the history of Valentine's Day traditions across the globe, geography, and even famous romantic couples. Join us for some sweet graphic organizers, templates, and a whole lot of fun!

Demonstrating Understanding with Infographics

When students create infographics, they are using informational, visual, and technological literacies. When teachers create infographics, they can spark classroom debates, gamify an activity, or provide aid for a difficult concept. Infographics can make wonderful study guides, but what happens when students struggle to understand them? Join us as we dissect these unique tools and learn how to develop assessments to help students successfully showcase a mastery of their knowledge through infographics.

Lumio & Google Workspace for Education Integration

Lumio by SMART integrates with Google Workspace for Education. This session will cover how you can create, access, and deliver Lumio files from Google Drive and Google Classroom, all while using content that already exists in your Google Drive!

Snap Circuits Basics

In this session, we’ll introduce you to the world of Snap Circuits. Snap Circuits make learning electronics a snap starting at age 8. We’ll cover information about Snap Circuits parts, review basic troubleshooting, explore how to use them, and even demo some simple projects to get started.

Creating Scavenger Hunts with Lumio

In honor of National Scavenger Hunt Day on May 24th, we'll show you some tips and tricks for creating and using scavenger hunts with Lumio. Even better, this is a great interdisciplinary activity that can be done throughout the whole school year to promote student engagement.

Pi Day Activities with Lumio

Want an easy, little to no-prep lesson activity for Pi Day? Look no futher! In this session, we'll provide you with Lumio activities that are ready to use with your students, and we'll even show you how you can customize your own.

Intro to Wakelet

Wakelet is a free digital curation platform that lets anyone organize content, including teachers and students. Join one of our very own Wakelet Ambassadors to learn how to get started using and integrating Wakelet's easy-to-use tools. You'll be saving, sharing, collaborating, and engaging others in no time!

Celebrate Student Success Using 3D Design & Printing

As educators, we wear many hats. We are listeners, planners, data collectors, and above all: motivators. In order to motivate our students, we are constantly looking for ways to celebrate their achievements. In this session, we will share ideas for designing prizes and other celebratory items to commemorate your students’ accomplishments for homework completion, attendance, and so much more!

Limericks with Lumio

Whether you are looking for a fun St. Patrick's Day activity, celebrating National Limerick Day, or simply exploring poetry in your classroom, this session is for you! Join us as we share interactive ways to incorporate technology into your elementary and middle school lessons using Lumio. We'll even help you prepare by sharing the history and patterns behind these much loved poems.

Starting Off Your Year with Classroom Management

It's the start of another school year. Students might be distracted, missing summer, and want to catch up with friends, but the teaching must begin! Join us as we take a look at a variety of classroom management strategies to get your students back into learning mode.

Tech-Infused Learning: Bloxels in the Economics Classroom

With Bloxels, your students can create interactive stories for any classroom. In this session, we'll show you how to prepare your social studies students with the tools needed to design a 13-bit video game focusing on the Economics Learning Standards. Will money grow on trees? Who will reap the rewards? Students will investigate, create, and answer these questions and more!

Bloxels Basics

Learn how your students can turn their stories into 13-bit video games with Bloxels! Starting with a physical game board and blocks, students can design the layouts, characters, and art for their game before going digital. Game elements can be edited and customized, and it's easy to collaborate. The possibilities are endless! Bloxels can be used in a variety of class subjects, and are suitable for elementary through high school.

Let's Get Rolling with littleBits

Did you know that you can make your littleBits creation mobile? In this session, we'll show you how to incorporate wheels into your littleBits inventions. You'll be rolling in no time with this guided tutorial geared for 3rd through 8th grade.

Digital Storytelling Around the Campfire with Sphero

Get ready for some campfire tales with this digital storytelling course featuring Sphero. In this great cross-curricular session, we'll show you how to code your device to tell your favorite stories. Lights, Sphero, Action!

Tech-Infused Learning: Ozobot and Perspectives in Literature

Enhance your language arts classroom with Ozobot! We'll show you how to use this line-following robot to explore different points of view in literature. You'll learn how to boost your students' character analysis — and their coding skills. This course is aimed at high school level literacy, but you can easily adapt it for younger readers and ELLs.

Tech-Infused Learning: Make Your Own Operation Game

Learning the basics of circuitry has never been so fun. Join us as we make our own version of the classic game "Operation" using everyday materials. Just try to avoid that buzzer!

Putting the A in STEAM: Doodle-Bots

In this session, we'll explore how to make a simple doodle-bot from scratch, and then show you how to use robots like Dash, littleBits, Cubelets, and KIBO to create scribbling masterpieces.

TECHnically Fit: Getting Started

Looking for a way to integrate technology into your Physical Education classroom or ways to get your students more mobile? In this session, we'll show you how to get TECHnically fit by combining active lessons with some of our favorite edtech products: micro:bit, Active Floor, and the NAO Robot.

Design Challenges with littleBits

Initiate an activity where students cycle through the Engineering Design Process using littleBits! This great tool allows students to dive into maker education while also experiencing the growth mindset that comes from problem-solving and creating. Whether you are introducing your students to design thinking for the first time, or want to add complexity to your already-created challenges, Teq's curriculum team will get you geared up! Students of all ages will benefit from the engaging activities shared in this session.