Friday, October 11, 2013

CapCUE at Natomas Charter

Two weeks ago Natomas Charter hosted over 200 educators from all over Northern California for the first annual CapCUE Tech Fest.  With sessions ranging from Digital Literacy with Blogging to Using High Tech Tools to Minecraft in the Classroom the conference consisted of more than 45 diverse workshops.  You can find a listing of all of the workshops often with links to session materials by clicking on this page.

Since the event occurred at Natomas Charter School, it was also a great opportunity to showcase the hard work, vision, and innovative teaching you and your students have pioneered. Eleven of our colleagues presented at the conference including Josh Landry, Elise Wallace, Cary Ziereberg, Jeanne Feeney, Jennifer Music, Karisa Bibayoff, Jennifer Kloczko, Kirsten Spall, Joshua Senge, and Juile Torres. By the end of the day attendees were so impressed with our campus and staff that many of them asked if we had any openings.

If you missed the CapCUE Tech Fest have no fear, the Sacramento Educational Cable Consortium recorded all of the sessions that occurred in the Library Media Center and the opening keynote.  The videos are posted below in chronological order from when they occurred during the conference and will also be airing on channels 15 and 16 in Sacramento county.

The CapCUE Tech Fest will be returning to Natomas Charter next year, so make sure to keep the final Saturday in September open.


Opening Keynote - Creating the Schools Our Students Need
Joe Wood

Start Up to Advanced - Google Apps for Education
Tyler Johnstone
Teacher, Folsom Middle School

Elementary Flipped Teaching - Using the Cycle of Learning to Innovate CCSS Instruction
Lisa Highfill
Instructional Technology Coach, Pleasanton Unified School District

Students Craft their Own Learning with Minecraft EDU
Diane Main
Assistant Director of Instructional Technology 9-12, The Harker School

Google Forms: May the Forms Be with You
Will Kimbley
Instructional Technology Consultant, Tulare County Office of Education

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