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Tuesday, April 2
 

6:00am

6:50am

8:00am

8:30am

10:00am

12:00pm

2:30pm

4:15pm

 
Wednesday, April 3
 

6:00am

6:50am

8:00am

8:30am

10:00am

12:00pm

2:30pm

4:15pm

 
Thursday, April 4
 

6:00am

6:50am

7:30am

8:30am

10:00am

10:39am

10:40am

Collaborative Leadership: Developing Teacher Leaders 5AApril Yetsko • Russel Wooten Connecting Your School and Community through A Thematic Approach to TOK 2BChad McGartlin Cultivating Collaboration 2DJustine Wilson • Elizabeth Queiroz Got Data? Now Put It to Work! 1DLynn Notarainni • Curriculum Associates How Can We Empower Partnerships between Local and International Staff in Order to Transform Student Learning? 1EMaritsa Rieth • Victoria Hoult Learning English as an Additional Language Through Play and Games 3BAlejandra Benasus • Dani Montero RTI: A Collaborative Approach to Learning 2AJessica O'Neill • Allison Sands STEAM in Elementary: Practical Strategies for Promoting Collaboration, Creativity, and Innovation in School Communities 2CRachel Easley • Cinthia Bastos Teaching Human Rights to Build Global Competency 2FSara Kattam The Benefits of International Collaboration on Students' Mental Health and Wellbeing 5BIvan Velasco • Graham Moore The Inclusive Math Classroom: Maximizing Growth through a Tiered Environment 3AJaisen Bell Translanguaging: One School's Approach to Multiple Standards 1BShauna Hobbs-Beckley • Mari Formicola • Sandra Lima Using Technology (Or Not) to Implement Marzano's 6-Steps to Vocabulary Instruction 2EElizabeth Blackwell Women, Diversity, and Leadership: The Power of the Pipeline 1FInternational Schools Services A Guide to Conversations: Mathematical Success for All Students Stevenson HallDavid Edelson All Teachers Are Language Teachers: Implementing Strategies to Promote Academic Language in the Classroom Instructional RoomKourtney Wessels • Michael Spielman • Sarah Nute Assessment Sustainability Across People and Time H15Shoshana Blauer Autonomy Mastery Purpose: Project Management for Project Based Learning H11Jordan Englehart • Leigh Murrell Beyond Differentiation: Application of Visible Thinking Routines in Co-Taught Classes 5CNataly Bringas • Ana Maria Heykoop Building a Community through Purposeful Practice: Compassion, Deep Listening, and Creating True Encounters 4DMichael Vande Loo • Nicolaas Mostert Connecting Educators to Transform Learning H16Monica Chiriboga • Maria Jose Terán Creating Authentic Connections and Collaboration with Technology M308Joel Bevans Documenting Learning and Digital Portfolios Performing Arts Center - Black Box TheaterSilvia Tolisano Gamification in the Classroom BRCChad O'Hara Getting Inside the Mind of a Dual Language Learner: Using Language to Empower and Transform Learning MPBSamantha Olson-Wyman • Julie Shizas Introduction of the WIDA Standards Performing Arts Center - Room 301Analleli Muñoz Model United Nations Programs in Middle and High School: Starting or Integrating Your Own Programs H13Erica Callahan • Traci Massey • Katie Accomazzo Partnering for Prevention: Empowering Health in Your Community 4AFCD Prevention Works Partnerships Making a Difference: How Instructional Coaching is Broadening Our Horizons, Changing Our Culture, and Impacting Our Students M201Shauna Hobbs-Beckley • Georgie Schofield • Xismara Sanchez Preparing Students for Success Today and Someday: The Role of the Learner Profile 4CMatthew Beata • Syna Kistler Social and Emotional Learning through Circle Dances ES CafeteriaMarilene Arndt Barreto do Nascimento Student-Centered Professional Learning Structures that Inspire Collaboration 4FKelly Hannon • Jennifer Lindauer-Thompson • Amber Birch Trujillo • Colleen Ackford Teaching with Tournaments: Transforming Your Classroom 4BRussell Dysart • Molly Goldstein Transform Your Classroom with Technology: Engage, Motivate, and Excite Your Students! HS Media CenterFanny Giuliani Transformando el Aprendizaje a Través de la Conciencia Fonológica 5DMariella Valdez

11:40am

11:49am

11:50am

12:59pm

1:00pm

Creating a Schedule to Transform Learning 2ESheryl Gruber Empower and Transform Your Math Class with Research-Based Educational Practices 2DLisette Guerra Engagement and Exploration in the Science Classroom 2ADavid Ritchie High Quality Student Discourse: Narrowing the Achievement Gap by Creating Prolific Communicators 2BKristen Witkop Nurturing Risk-Takers in the Classroom 2CSharon Dent • Nancy Hills Arts Integration: A Collaborative Approach to Transform Learning H11Katherine Reeves Change Your Game! Create Controversial Conversations in Maths Performing Arts Center - Room 301Marina MacDonald • Tracy Douglas Cooperative Learning: Empowering Student Partnerships in the Classroom MPBRon Petraroia Elevating Student Achievement and Teacher Practice through Learning Labs 4FVance Boisjoli • Shauna Hobbs-Beckley Empower and Transform with Rhythms, Cultures, and Colleagues! H16Jennifer Walden Empower Language, Transform Conversations M308Bianca Nunes • Katie Barea FIRST Lego League Robotics: Creating Communities In and Outside of Schools Performing Arts Center - Black Box TheaterBradford Melius • Sebastian Paredes Go BIG with Link Crew: The Transition Program Your School Needs H15Michael Branch Introducción al Marco de Los Estándares del Desarrollo del Lenguaje Español de WIDA 4AAnalleli Muñoz It's Not Just a Toy! Empowering Young Learners to Take Ownership of Their Learning with Technology H13Grace McGill One School's Journey! Can a School Be Data-Driven and Student-Centered? WE BELIEVE YES 4CLesley Tait • Julie Bredy • Allan Bredy Optimizing Learning through Collaboration and New Approaches 4DAaron Van Borek • Graziela Barroso • Felipe Pan Planning for Student Driven Inquiry through Partnerships: A Tool for Teachers HS Media CenterLaura Fried • Catharine Luhtala Research and Design Teams in Action: The Making of a Language Rich Environment Lower Media CenterKristi Leitch • Jennifer Willner STEM, Robotics and Social Studies: Fostering Inquiry through Integration Instructional RoomMaricela Rodriguez • Michael Spicer The End of Average BRCSamantha Mullins Using Circle Practice to Strengthen Academic, Social-Emotional and Professional Culture 4BMary Davenport yOur Brain and yOur Learning Stevenson HallBenjamin Light

2:00pm

2:09pm

2:10pm

A Differentiated School (and Classroom): One Couple's Journey to Meet Every Learner's Individual Needs M206Nate Swenson • Amy Swenson Authentic Partnerships through Projects: How Partnerships Both Within and Outside the School Can Transform Learning M301Rachel Brill • Aidê Resende BE BOLD: Empowering Risk Takers in Middle School M21Rachael Childress • Devon Childress Beyond "What's in it for Our School": Creating Partnerships that Transform Learning 5ATerrie Temkin Connecting to Our Community: Empowering Learners to Make Change M302Amanda Brown • Cherilyn Sutherland Creating Bilingual Speakers through Collaboration: Language Development Strategies in the Immersion Classroom 2CKarina Sanghikian • Raina Gilchrist Creating Consciousness through a Call-To-Action 2ALindsey Pockl Elementary Student Inclusion in the Individualized Education Plan (IEP) Meeting 2EHelena Castilho Empowering Partnerships: The Impact on Student Learning of Collaboration with Support Teachers 2BAna Moyano • Belen Rivero y Hornos • Cristina Erazo • Laura Rock • Naomi Barbour Entrenando para Transformar Desde el Salon de Clase 1EAdriana Jaramillo Experiencias del Taller de Escritura Creativa 2DFatima Fleitas Flexibility for Changing Needs: A Collaborative Model for Teaching English Language Learners M18cCamila Fereirra • Wendy Perry Fostering Self-Regulation and Emotional Control M18bTanya de Duran-Ballen • Samual Craytor Humor as a Conduit for Student Engagement 3CMichael Lovorn Implementing Reader's and Writer's Workshop 1DKristal Funk • Olvin Funez • Kelly Anastes Invierte Tu Clase con GSuite Apps (Ted Talk) 5BPatricia Garcia It's Always Better When We're Together: Empowering Classroom Co-Teaching Beyond the Traditional Model M25Jamie George • Henrique Dihl Leading for Excellence M26Blake Lamberti Mackesy Learning How to Twitter Chat with AASSA 1FSilvia Tolisano My Type of Normal M23Charli Erlank Ongoing Self-guided Independent Study Projects for Young Learners to be Champions of Academic Excellence M203Brian Galbally School, Home and Autistic Communication: What We Can Learn About Autistic Speech From Home and School Partnership M204Dianna Naylor Sustaining MAP - Building a Growth Mindset 3BJeffrey Jurkovac • Bruno Britto Taking Informed Action: Integrating Service Learning into the Grade 9 and 10 Curriculum M205Greg Sitch The Future of Accreditation: Preparing Students Today for the World of Tomorrow 3DJeffrey Bradley The Harkness Table in the Math Classroom 4EIan Galbraith The Importance of Partnership and Collaboration in Effective Classroom Student Learning M22Morena Christian The Student Centered Classroom 3ASuzanne Saraya Tiptoeing into Learning for Developing Understanding M202Grisel Camperos Trans-lingual Assessment in the Middle School M24Erin Rafferty • Lucius Provase Transforming Learning in IB Science Projects through Department and Peer Partnerships M104Bonnie Book Trends in University Admissions and What They Mean for the AASSA Community M201Paul Sanders Universal Design for Learning: Academic Writing Success for All Students in the Social Studies Classroom 1AMark Hillman • Carla Hillman Using 3-Act Tasks to Promote Student Collaboration in Math 2FRocio Martin • Valentina de la Fuente Usos del Cine en el Aula de Español: Cómo Llegar a Ser Ciudadanos Globales y Críticos Cinematográficos 1CPaloma Martínez Carbajo Visualizing Data: Using Standards Based Assessments to Empower Partnerships and Transform Learning 3FAaron Gahringer • Olga Polyakov Windows and Mirrors: Using Video to Empower Coaching Partnerships and Transform Learning Labs M18aKristen Moreland

3:19pm

3:20pm

A Call to Action: Authentic Assessment in the Middle School Classroom M104Erin Rafferty • Mark Hillman A Picture AND A Thousand Words: Graphic Novels And Multimodal Literacy 5BAnnette Aguilar Aggressively Monitoring Student Mastery with FAST and ACCURATE Data 3DElizabeth Baird Anarchic Amateurism: Constructing a Maker Culture in School Together 4EFelipe Bordalo • Hanako Lacerda AP Capstone in Practice: A Partnership between The College Board and Colegio Nueva Granada M203Ivan Velasco • Paul Sanders Co-Teaching Conversations: Keeping Data at the Center M25Andrew Hossack • Lindsay DeHartchuck Connected EDU: Pen Pals to Digital Collaborators 3CChristy Nagy Differentiated Assessment for ALL Learners: Gifted and Talented, English Learners, and Students with Learning Differences 1DSarah Schnack • Maria Clara Fernandez Empowering Girls: Fostering Empowered Girls Through Community Partnerships 2CRebekah Gerard • Lina Lopez Empowering Oral Language M301Krystal Cordero Empowering Teacher Partnerships and Deepening Student Learning through Transdisciplinary Projects 5AChristine Calderon • Amanda Bruckbauer From Your Class to Infinity and Beyond with Virtual Reality M18aPatricia Garcia Graphic Novels in the Classroom: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Literacy M302Elizabeth Richardson • Maria Theresa Plaza Harnessing the Power of Thinking Routines in the Middle School Mathematics Classroom 1FJames Hannon How Multi Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) Can Transform Your School M201Brandi Hamlin How Pairing Mathematical Problem Solving with Writing Builds More Empathetic, Creative and Flexible Thinkers M23Molly Rose Avila How to Cultivate Trust and Build Authentic Partnerships (Ted Talk) 3A How to Give Rich Audio-Visual Feedback and Do It Efficiently M18cZoe Shapiro • Miranda Lutyens Learning Through My Peers' Eyes 2ABelén Alvarado • Susan Mills Partnerships in the Literacy Workshop 3BMary Haugen PilgrIMAGE to Authenticity: The Journey to Analytical Writing to an Authentic Audience M22Kimberly Coyle Real Relationships for Robust Learning 2DStephanie Ribeiro School Branding On A Budget 2FMax Eisl Sharing Short Stories M21Evelyn Gathu The Holistic Framework: A Powerful Tool for Educators in Assessment Design and Understanding Student Success 1EOmayra Marroquin The Intersection of Character and Global Citizenship: Using School Identity and Authentic Relationships to Transform M205Derrick Gay • Shaysann Kaun Faria The Magic of True Connections: Empowerment M206Macarena Zaldumbide The Power of Partnerships Within Our School and Classrooms M202Stephanie Wasmanski Transforming Learning Spaces through Flexible Seating 3FDiana Martinez Transforming Science Fair: A New Approach in Science Education M18bIngrid Vompean • Marina Veronesi US Taxes and Foreign Account Reports for Educators Overseas M204Robert E. Deuel

3:30pm

4:20pm

4:29pm

6:10pm

 
Friday, April 5
 

6:00am

6:50am

8:00am

9:30am

10:09am

10:10am

11:40am

11:50am

12:50pm

1:50pm

2:29pm

2:30pm

4:10pm

4:15pm

 
Saturday, April 6
 

6:00am

6:50am

8:00am

9:30am

10:09am

10:10am

11:40am

11:50am

12:50pm

1:59pm

2:00pm

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