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This event is sponsored through the generosity of the College of Education at CSUF and the SchoolsFirst Federal Credit Union Center for Creativity and Critical Thinking located in the College of Education. The event is put on by the Masters in Educational Technology Program at CSUF (http://bit.ly/csufedt). The conferece Web site can be found at http://thinkcreateshareconference.com/

 #csuftcs is the conference hashtag. 
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Saturday, June 4 • 1:15pm - 2:45pm
Movenote 101: Creating Screencasts Using Google Slides LIMITED

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Explore how Movenote, a free Google App, allows students to add video narration to their Google Slides presentations. Learn how this tool promotes critical thinking and creativity, fosters communication and collaboration, and uses class time wisely by not wasting time having students view hours of oral presentations. 

You will see various student examples and share ideas for how you plan to use Movenote with your class, creating a rubric for rating student creations. Finally, you will experience this tool by creating your own Movenote which can be shared with students.

*For ease of use, you'll want to make sure you have a mouse when navigating Movenote.  



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Sam Castellano

Digital Learning Coach, Anaheim Elementary School District
Sam Castellano is a Digital Learning Coach in Anaheim Elementary School District. He supports teachers with instructional technology in grades TK-6 and helps promote 21st century learning skills. His teaching expertise is in the upper elementary grades (4-6). | | Sam also has experience integrating computer programming into students' curriculum. Sam has experience teaching Scratch and Google CS First courses. Currently, he works with 6th... Read More →
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Jessica Fraser

Digital Learning Coach, Anaheim City School District
Jessica Fraser is a Digital Learning Coach, empowering K-6 teachers to teach 21st century skills through technology integration. Jessica has taught grades K-6, with the majority of her experience teaching fifth grade. | | Jessica recently earned her Master's degree in Educational Technology from Cal State Fullerton and was selected as an Edwin Carr Fellow for the College of Education. She has also earned her Leading Edge... Read More →


Saturday June 4, 2016 1:15pm - 2:45pm
Room 2201

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