MEGA 2015 Presentation Schedule

ProductTitleDescriptionLead PresenterDateTimeHall / Room
Data SavvyUtilizing New Resources in INOW to Make Data-Informed School Improvement DecisionsChalkable has continued to push out new resources that expand the value and usefulness of its product. This session will highlight new data and other resources available through Chalkable and discuss how those resources can be utilized to help drive school and system level decision making.Chris Husting, ALSDE StaffTuesday, July 21, 20151:00 - 4:30 p.m.MCC Room 203A
INOW HealthINOW Health BasicsThis session is geared to Health professionals who are new to the INOW Health Program. The session will walk the users through data entry through all areas of the program (General Medical, Medications, Office Visits, Diabetic Monitoring, Screenings, Immunizations, Health Conditions and Health Care Plans). The session wil also address reporting on information entered into the program.Dana PetersonTuesday, July 21, 20151:00-4:30 p.m.MCC 107A & 107B
INOW HealthAdvanced HealthThis session is geared to Nurses who have worked in the Health program. Areas addressed will be: Diabetic Log, Health Care Plans, Medication, Tracking and Reports.Roberta AdamsTuesday, July 21, 20151:00-4:30 p.m.MCC West Ballroom
Chalkable ClassroomThe New Gradebook: Chalkable ClassroomThe INOW gradebook has been totally redesigned from the ground up: faster, more intuitive and more powerful. It’s called Classroom, and it’s available to all INOW customers for free. An overview of the NEW user interface including navigation, adding/editing activities, score/grade entry, attendance, discipline, calendar views and more.Rita AyersWednesday, July 22, 20158:15 - 9:45 a.m.Riverview - Jubilee
Chalkable Study CenterReal, Effective Prescriptive Learning: Chalkable Study CenterStudy center combines the power of Chalkable Classroom with a content library (app store), prescriptive learning, assessments and analytics. By utilizing the data in your SIS, you can power real, effective personalized recommendations and learning for students.Rita AyersWednesday, July 22, 201510:00am -11:30 a.m.Riverview - Jubilee
i21ZoneLead and Transform:  Engaging Digital LearnersTransforming instruction starts with audacious leadership, collaboration and innovation. Join our conversation about how technology is driving critical changes in the way students learn. Discover  instructional approaches that engage students while enhancing subject matter and see how teachers can use existing technology to revitalize curriculum, engage higher thinking skills and enliven the classroom experience.Rita AyersThursday, July 23, 20158:15 - 9:45 a.m.Riverview - Jubilee
LEEffective Classroom Management + Learning Earnings = Student Success!This session will demonstrate how Learning Earnings, STI’s behavior management program, can be used effectively in classrooms as well as school wide to meet the RtI requirements of Tier I, Tier II and Tier III students including progress monitoring requirements as well as student’s with Individual Education Plans. Participants will learn how to effectively manage and reduce behavior problems in the classroom so that more time and effort can be spent on teaching and increasing student achievement by using Learning Earnings.Vickie BrownThursday, July 23, 201510:00-11:30 a.m.Riverview - Jubilee
LELearning EarningsLearning Earnings, accessible to every teacher in the state of Alabama, provides an easy to implement, consistent and motivating opportunity for students to be rewarded based on behavior and student achievement. Hear how Learning Earnings, a behavior incentive platform embedded in INOW, supports classroom management, promotes learning goals and increases instructional time by reducing discipline incidents in the classroom. In this session, learn how to integrate positive reinforcement into your daily curriculum.Allyson HastyThursday, July 23, 20151:00-2:30 p.m.Riverview - Jubilee
ASUnderstanding and Using High Stakes Data to Improve InstructionUnderstanding the components of the Reading and Math assessments is crucial to analyzing and using the data. Moving forward from baseline data to growth for all students and subgroups can be possible by recognizing strengths and weaknesses in the high stakes data. ACT Aspire items and tasks require different levels of complexity. Recognizing and implementing the Depth of Knowledge levels 1, 2, 3 in our instruction and assessment should be a next step for improving student achievement. Patsy SheffieldThursday, July 23, 20153:00-4:30 p.m.Riverview - Jubilee