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Saturday, March 16 • 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Digital math workflow FTW with Desmos, EquatIO, and Google!

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Description
You've got a ton of great resources...Word Docs, PDFs, Google Docs, textbooks, test banks, etc...and you want to merge them to include Desmos, Google's GSuite, faster & more effective feedback, accessibility, and deeper student understanding & engagement driven by student choice and response preferences. This session will show you how!

Learning Outcome #1
At the end of my session participants will be able to take a physical resources like a textbook, PDF, or printed worksheet and make it digital, accessible, and editable math in the Google GSuite.

Learning Outcome #2
At the end of my session participants will understand specific use cases where a digital workflow will save teacher time, amplify their assessment feedback (both formative and summative), and create an environment that empowers students to create math and show their understanding in a variety of ways using methods that the students prefer.

Standards
ISTE Educator Standard #5: Designer. Teachers will gain an insight into how they can design accessible, digital lessons that are innovative and maximize active, deep learning.

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Speakers
avatar for John McGowan

John McGowan

EquatIO Product Manager, Texthelp
John is a certified Google Education Trainer and the creator of g(Math), which had over 13 million worldwide users before it retired in January 2018. A math teacher of over 15 years, he loved to adapt the fail-forward mentality and push the bounds of technology integration in the... Read More →
avatar for Nora Trentacoste

Nora Trentacoste

Regional Director, Texthelp
Literacy, accessibility and dyslexia software for employees & students with reading and writing difficulties.

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Saturday March 16, 2019 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Andreas, Renaissance Hotel 888 E Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs, CA 92262

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