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Presentations

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Presentations

This page will house direct links to materials used during Bill Ferriter's Digitally Speaking presentations.

 

 

 

Using Digital Tools for Differentiation (ASDN Webinar, February 2012)

 

Learning in the iGeneration (Union County Student Materials, January 2012)

 

Planning for Responsible Tech Integration (WCPSS Division of Principals, February 15 2012)

 

Using Digital Tools for Collaboration  (Solution Tree PLC Summits, 2012)

 

Laying the Collaborative Foundation (Glenwood Leadership Academy, 2012) 

 

Getting Started with Learning Together (South Sioux City Community Schools, January 2013)

 

Using Technology to Create a Highly Engaged Classroom (Region 4 System of District and School Support, January 2013)

 

Doing Work that Matters (Surrey Schools, January 2013)

 

Sitting in Yesterday's Classrooms (Fraser Heights Secondary School, January 2013)

 

Teaching the iGeneration - Surrey Schools (Surrey Schools, January 2013)

 

Literacy, Blogging and the Digital Native (ASDN, February 2013)

 

Laying the Collaborative Foundation (Burlington School District, October 2013)

 

Teaching the iGeneration - Jackson County Schools (Jackson County Schools, October 2013)

 

Teaching the iGeneration - Education Service Center Region XI (Dallas/Ft. Worth, October 2013)

 

Doing Work that Matters - 21st Century Skills Workshop (Ottawa, Canada, October 2013)

 

Supporting Professional Learning Teams (South Sioux City Community Schools, January 2014)

 

Teaching the CCSS in History and Science Classrooms (Region 4 System of District and School Support, April 2014)

 

Teaching Essential Skills with Digital Tools - Beaufort (Beaufort County Schools, April 2014)

 

Building on the Collaborative Foundation (Burlington School District, April 2014)

 

Using Scoop.it to Teach Students about Evaluation and Persuasion (Greater Clark Connected Conference, July 2014)

 

Five Keys to Engaging Students in Digital Learning Experiences (Center for International Understanding, August 2014)

 

Laying the Collaborative Foundation - Union (Union County Schools, August 2014)

 

An Introduction to PLCs (Burlington School District, October 2014)

 

PLC Tuneup (Burlington School District, October 2014)

 

Teaching the CCSS in History and Science Classrooms (Marin County California, October 2014)

 

Doing Work that Matters - 21st Century Skills Workshop (British Columbia, October 2014)

 

Changing the World for the Better One Microloan at a Time (Webinar, November 2014)

 

Introduction to PLCS - IA and SA (Burlington School District, January 2015)

 

General Resources for Professional Learning Teams (Burlington School District, January 2015)

 

Why This, Why Now, Why Bother (Burlington School District, January 2015)

 

The Eighty Minute Challenge (Burlington School District, January 2015)

 

Teaching the iGeneration - Ferris State (January, 2015)

 

Teaching Essential Skills with Digital Tools - Potterville (January 2015)

 

What DOES Meaningful Assessment Look Like in Action? (February 2015)

 

PLCs at Champlain - BSD (Burlington School District, April 2015)

 

Leadership Conversation - BSD (Burlington School District, April 2015)

 

Digital Learning Institute Materials (May, 2015)

 

Building on the Collaborative Foundation - FUSD (October, 2015)

 

Introduction to Formative Assessment - IA   (Integrated Arts Academy, October 2015)

 

Doing Work that Matters - Rochester MN (Rochester Public Schools, January 2016)

 

Creating Purpose-Driven Learning Experiences (Alberta Regional Learning Consortiums, January 2016)

 

Using Unit Overview Sheets in a PLC (Burlington School District, January 2016)

 

Champlain Elementary School (Burlington School District, January 2016)

 

 

Archived Sessions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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