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2012
Saturday, September 15th
9:30 AM

And Justice for all: Using Primary Source Materials to bring a Social Justice Perspective in your classroom.

Mark Bailey, baileym@pacificu.edu

9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Berglund 019

An exciting new array of digital primary source materials allows your students an intimate glimpse into history. Accessing these artifacts encourages students to develop a more personal connection to the issues and people that define our past, and allows historically marginalized voices to speak to issues of justice and the human condition. I will provide an extensive set of links to these materials and will demonstrate a technique to bring history alive by interviewing historical figures. Examples will be provided from the work of a range of elementary and graduate students.

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Podcasting in the Elementary Classroom: Ideas for creative projects with your students.

Machelle Childers, Echo Shaw Elementary

9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Berglund 121

Description: Would you like to learn how to use iPods and digital cameras to extend some of your favorite units of study in the classroom? In this session you will see many examples of students creating and publishing podcasts in math and science and how simple it can be to have them create podcasts for all other curriculum areas. Participants will be given resources and information on how to get started.
Grades – Elem

TeacherSource: Teacher Efficiency, Effectiveness and Collaboration

Todd R. Frimoth, Beaverton School District

9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Berglund 139

The Beaverton School District is developing a web-based collaboration portal for teachers, centered around instructional materials, professional development and online collaboration.

Virtual Manipulatives for Algebra Teaching

Steve M. Rhine, Willamette University
Linda Samek, George Fox University
Mike Charles, Pacific University
Rachel Harrington, Western Oregon University
Colin Starr, Willamette University

9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Berglund 145

Students often struggle to understand the transition from concrete to abstract thinking in algebra. The Algebraic Thinking Project is developing apps that facilitate students' understanding by allowing them to manipulate variables.

Yes, class, I am Listening: Recorded Small Group Discussions

Shawn T. Daley, Concordia University - Portland

9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Berglund 147

Teaching students to engage productively in small group has been a challenge for many instructors. This session will review research undertaken involving a discussion protocol and digital recording devices.