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2019 SummeRR Camp Conference Registration
After building your schedule on SCHED, please register for the RRISD 2019 SummeRR Camp Conference in Eduphoria.  You can register for any combination of half days.  Quick links to each registration are below.
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Saturday, April 6
 

12:00am

ALL - K-12 - Double Dip: Prepping for the Google Educator Level 2 Exam -The Suite Shoppe
Limited Capacity seats available

This course is designed for teachers of all subjects and levels.

Now that you’ve secured your Level 1 Educator Certification, thinking of taking that next step? This is your Google Level 2 Educator test prep course! Whether you’re feeling unsure of the test, or just want to check your knowledge to make sure you do your best, we’ve got you covered.

Participants will gain an understanding of:
- the test format.
- the types of questions they are likely to encounter.
- the skills that will be tested.

Furthermore, you will not only gain access to example questions and modules that teach the skills needed to be successful but also join a cohort of your peers with whom you can study.



REQUIREMENTS
In this self-paced course, you will:
- complete a diagnostic and a summative self-assessment of your skills.
- review any relevant resources provided and complete the necessary work.


COURSE CREDIT
4 Credits of Texas SBEC CPEs will be given when the requirements are satisfied and the course is completed.

Please register in Eduphoria: https://roundrock.schoolobjects.com//wshop/default.aspx?cid=10806

Speakers
avatar for Christina Taylor

Christina Taylor

Librarian, RRHS, Round Rock ISD
I am twice an alumna of UT: holding a BA in both English and French with a secondary education teaching certification in English as well as an MS in Information Science with a school librarian certification. Having been an educator since 1999, I left the classroom in 2013 to begin... Read More →


Sunday April 7, 2019 12:00am - Friday July 26, 2019 12:00am
Online Course
Friday, May 31
 

12:00am

Writing Across the Curriculum - Online Course
Limited Capacity seats available

Writing Across the Curriculum is literally what you will make of it. This is a pilot course! Are you willing to try something new?
You will see suggestions for possible writing activities in different subject areas; select an activity or two to submit your ideas about using the assigned form You will have 1 hour PD credit for making something that you will actually use! Deadline for submission: July 25, 2019
Then, as follow-up, after the school year starts you have the option of earning another 2 hours credit for developing and using your activity by submitting the reflection page.
Please register for this course in Eduphoria at: Writing Across the Curriculum

Speakers
avatar for Dianna Allen

Dianna Allen

ESL Instructional Coach, RRISD
I've taught Spanish for many years for RRISD, ACC, and formerly at Texas State University. I've also taught English, ESL, and French and have been involved in ESL since ??? - let's just say for a really long time! ;) Additionally, I'm certified to teach reading, but have done that... Read More →


Saturday June 1, 2019 12:00am - Thursday July 25, 2019 12:00am
Online Course
Thursday, June 6
 

12:00am

ALL - K-12 - Building Your Google Site (or Making It Better) - The Suite Shoppe
Limited Capacity seats available

This course is designed for teachers of all subjects and levels.

Are you ready to choose your own Sites adventure?  Participants of all skills levels will be able to hone their skills and be prepared to create a beautiful Google Site...or make their current one even better.  Participants will have the opportunity to follow the Beginner, Intermediate, or Advanced Sites class...or all three if they want to.  There is something for everyone in this class created by two certified Google for Education Trainers.

Participants will gain an understanding of:
- creation of Google Sites
- adding content to Sites
- aesthetics of Sites
- advanced Sites skills

In this self-paced course, you will:
- create a Google Site for your professional use 
- add relevant pages and information for students and parents.
- understand how to update and add content to your Google Site on your own

COURSE CREDIT
4 Credits of Texas SBEC CPEs will be given when the requirements are satisfied and the course is completed.

Please register in Eduphoria: ALL - K-12 - Building Your Google Site (or Making It Better) - The Suite Shoppe

Speakers
avatar for Christina Taylor

Christina Taylor

Librarian, RRHS, Round Rock ISD
I am twice an alumna of UT: holding a BA in both English and French with a secondary education teaching certification in English as well as an MS in Information Science with a school librarian certification. Having been an educator since 1999, I left the classroom in 2013 to begin... Read More →


Friday June 7, 2019 12:00am - 5:00pm
Online Course

12:00am

ALL - K-12 - Prepping for the Google Educator Level 1 Exam - The Suite Shoppe--Single Scoop
Limited Capacity seats available

This course is designed for teachers of all subjects and levels.

This is your Google Level 1 Educator test prep course! If you’re feeling unsure of the test, or just want to check your knowledge to make sure you do your best, take this course. 

Participants will gain an understanding of:
- the test format.
- the types of questions they are likely to encounter.
- the skills that will be tested.

Furthermore, you will not only gain access to example questions and modules that teach the skills needed to be successful but also join a cohort of your peers with whom you can study. 



REQUIREMENTS
In this self-paced course, you will:
- complete a diagnostic and a summative self-assessment of your skills.
- review any relevant resources provided. and complete the necessary work.


COURSE CREDIT
4 Credits of Texas SBEC

Please register for this course on Eduphoria: https://roundrock.schoolobjects.com//wshop/default.aspx?cid=10804

Speakers
avatar for Christina Taylor

Christina Taylor

Librarian, RRHS, Round Rock ISD
I am twice an alumna of UT: holding a BA in both English and French with a secondary education teaching certification in English as well as an MS in Information Science with a school librarian certification. Having been an educator since 1999, I left the classroom in 2013 to begin... Read More →


Friday June 7, 2019 12:00am - Friday July 26, 2019 12:00am
Online Course
 
Monday, July 22
 

9:30am

The All Abilities Teacher!
Limited Capacity seats available

This session is designed for ANY general education teacher that has students with learning disabilities, autism, or ADHD in their classes. We will provide information about the continuum of services, the difference between accommodating and modifying, as well as strategies for teaching students with high incidence disabilities that may be in a general education setting with or without inclusion support. We’ll share tons of resources too. It’s fun and informative!


Monday July 22, 2019 9:30am - 11:20am
Rm 2411

12:30pm

General- 6 - 8 - Middle School Student Panel
Limited Capacity seats available

This panel will allow teachers to explore the middle school student's daily experiences. Students will start with answering previewed questions with opportunities for teachers to get feedback on their own practices.

Speakers
avatar for Laura Stegall

Laura Stegall

Instructional Coach, RRISD


Monday July 22, 2019 12:30pm - 1:20pm
Rm 1416

12:30pm

Social Studies - 6-12 - Breaking Barriers in History
Limited Capacity seats available

This course is designed for any teacher interested in facilitating National History Day student projects. National History Day offers a unique opportunity for students to engage in the examination of history in a project-based setting. This project promotes collaborative skills, integration of content, critical thinking and public speaking skills.
National History Day is an academic program focused on historical research, interpretation and creative expression for 6th- to 12th-grade students. By participating in NHD, students become writers, filmmakers, web designers, playwrights and artists as they create unique contemporary expressions of history.


Monday July 22, 2019 12:30pm - 2:20pm
Rm 1418
 
Tuesday, July 23
 

8:30am

General- 6-12- Planning & Implementing Questions
Limited Capacity seats available

The planning portion of the training will focus on intentionally planning and purposefully developing questions to assess student understanding of instructional content. The implementation part will consist of strategies for incorporating more questioning into the instruction piece, as well as student selection strategies to build accountability.


Tuesday July 23, 2019 8:30am - 11:30am
Rm 2209

9:30am

Tech - PK-12 - Chaos to Efficiency with Apple Classroom
Limited Capacity seats available

This course is designed for anyone with access to iPads in the classroom setting. We will show you how Apple Classroom can help you manage iPads for any size group.

Speakers
avatar for Julianne Bamford

Julianne Bamford

Librarian, RRISD
avatar for Erin Appl

Erin Appl

ITS, RRISD ITS


Tuesday July 23, 2019 9:30am - 10:20am
Rm 1504

1:30pm

Tech - 3-12 - 3-D Printing Tips and Tricks with Dremel
Limited Capacity seats available

In this course, we will show you the tips and tricks of using a Dremel 3-D printer. We will focus on the logistics of 3-D printing and Tinkercad software. The software needed for students to create a 3-D objects. We will share all that we have learned through trail and error.

Speakers

Tuesday July 23, 2019 1:30pm - 2:20pm
Rm 1502
 
Thursday, July 25
 

9:30am

Yoga and meditation (Wellness)
Limited Capacity seats available

yoga postures are a great way to prepare the body for meditation. Yoga is not only rejuvenating for the body but also the brain. Yoga postures were actually designed to systematically prepare the body to meditate.By slowing down, we begin to accomplish more and we keep our attention in the present moment. This also helps to strengthen our body, as well as awareness, to prepare for meditation.

Meditation and yoga are interrelated.

Speakers

Thursday July 25, 2019 9:30am - 10:20am
2200 Flex 2

10:30am

Using Primary Sources (DPLA)
Limited Capacity seats available

Learn how to locate and incorporate Primary Resources into your teaching.

Speakers

Thursday July 25, 2019 10:30am - 11:20am
Rm 2414