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Wednesday, February 27 • 12:45pm - 1:45pm
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MultiMedia Engagement
Engage students using multimedia projects to connect with storytelling and research presentations. This session highlights the use of GoogleSites, WeVideo, and GoogleMaps to guide students in the creation of narrative movie representations, interactive websites and historical role play.

Multipotentialites Really Do Exist
Throughout history, we've been called 'gentleman scholars' and 'renaissance men'. In today's world of specialization, we are 'indecisive'. Multipotentialites are the hidden superheroes in schools, working as students, teachers, and leaders.

Need for Active Learners
One of the keys to academic achievement is active learning. According to research -personalized, collaborative, and connected learning experiences enhance student engagement, which in turn drives student success. By integrating active learning into the classroom, educators Active learning can take learning experiences to the next level and improve student performance to make the classroom as dynamic as the world around us.

The Making Flow
The Making Flow is about how key skills can be integrated into the making process and then generalized across content areas. For instance, questioning is an important part of making and STEAM education, but can also be practiced in mathematics, science, and english language arts.

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Nicholas Aguina

Partnerships Manager, Future Design School
Nicholas works as an Instructional Technology Coach & U.S History teacher at Community High School District 117 in Antioch, IL. He is a former special education teacher and has over 8 years of designing lessons to meet the needs of a group of diverse learners. Nicholas is a Google... Read More →
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Matt Weld

Director of Innovation and Technology, Area 5 Regional Offices of Education
Curious, passionate, and interested in all things education. Leader for www.directionsconference.com www.teachillinois.com, and Teachers' Classroom podcast. Google Certified Trainer.

Wednesday February 27, 2019 12:45pm - 1:45pm
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