Conference Speakers can post their handout material for conference attendees to access. That material can be in the form of a URL to the speaker's website or a file(s). Below is a list of speakers who have made their handout material available. They are listed in alphabetical order.

Luke E. Allen, http://about.me/lukeallen/bio

  • "You Get What You Pay For? "
  • Thursday 1:00-2:00
  •  "Keep It Clean"
  • Friday 11:30-12:30!
  • Session materials at www.techluke.com

Laurence R.Baker, Apple Distinguished Educator '09

  • "Building a Knowledge Hub for Your Learning Community"
  • Friday, March 18, 10:00 to 11:00 AM    
  • Speaker handouts

James Basham

Tami Blaszkowski, Media Specialist, Kennedy Middle School, Lake Shore Public School

David  Bydlowski and Andy Henry

Ann Marie Borders, Logan Elementary School

  • "Using the iPod Touch to Enhance Literacy Learning in the First Grade Classroom"
  • Friday 10:00 - 11:00 a.m.
  • Speaker website

Lynell Burmark

Diane Cauchy

  • Low or No-Budget Technology for English Class
  •  Thursday, March 17;   2:30-3:30
  •  Speaker website

 Karen Chichester

  • "Using Google Docs to Differentiate Writing Instruction"
  • Friday 1:00--2:00 p.m. - 
  • Speaker Handouts 
  • Jefferson High School English and Special Education Teacher
  • Eastern Michigan Writing Project Technology Liaison

 Mellissa Connin, Teacher Media Center, Jennings Elementary

Jean Constantini, Technology Director, Breitung Township Schools

Jason Cooper
C/D/H, 306 S Washington, Suite 212 Royal Oak, MI 48067
Office: 1-616-776-1600

Janie Darnell

Jim Dornberg, Instructional Technology Specialist , Monroe County Intermediate School District

Leslie Fisher and Hall Davidson

Peggy Fowler, Academy of the Sacred Heart

Teresa Fulk, Director of Technology and Media Services, Wayland Union Schools

  • Assign This, Not That session on
  • Speaker Handouts
  • Friday, March 18 from 10:00-11:00.

Mary Garrett, Educator/Ambassador, NASA EPO garretm@lcc.edu

  • "More Fun with Fermi and the Internet"
    Strand:Using Technology Tools or Applications
    The Fermi observatory was launched on June 11, 2008, to study high-energy objects producing gamma rays in space. Active galaxies−with their black holes and blasting jets−are among the interesting objects being studied. Come see how your students can catch the excitement of space exploration using the Internet.
  •  This is the index to all the NASA presentations I do including the one for MACUL.  I believe people attending my presentation would not only be able to find the notes for the presentation, but would also find the notes for other NASA presentations useful since they all have links to free materials for classroom use from NASA EPO.
  • Link to handouts

Mike Garrity

Patti Harju

John Hazlett

Andy Henry and David Bydlowski

  • "Investigating Climate Change and Remote Sensing"
  • Friday, March 18 10:00 to 11:00 AM
  • Speaker handouts

Judy Hoebeke

Ron Houtman - Educational Technology Consultant, Kent Intermediate School District www.kentisd.org

  • "Screencasting to improve student achievement and make your life easier"
  • Thursday, March 17, 2011 from 10:00 to 11:00AM - 1 Hour Presentation
  • Thursday, March 17, 2011 from 3:30 to 5:30PM - 2 Hour Hands-On
  • Speaker website

Rusten Hurley

Mike Kaechele

Kelly Kermode

  • SigWeb Pre-con: "Hot off the Press: Creating your own Wordpress site"
  • Speaker website

Cynthia Kleinheksel

T.J. Koehler, Technology Teacher, Baseline Middle School

Melinda Kolk, Director of Professional Development, Tech4Learning, Inc.

  • Animation and Digital Storytelling Across the Curriculum
  • Blending Creativity and Content for 21st Century Success
  • Recipes4Success MACUL Member Benefit (repeated)
  • Share Powerful Assessments with Digital Portfolios
  • Connecting with Hard-to-Reach Learners
  • Handouts for all Tech4Learning sessions

Margaret Lincoln and Barbara Clark

  • "The Library of Congress:Your Primary Source for eLearning"
  • Thursday, March 17 at 2:30
  • Speaker Handouts

Glenn Maleyko, Principal, DuVall Elementary, Dearborn, MI 48124

Carol Mayer & David Hales, Wayne RESA

  • "Google Earth in the U.S. History Classroom"
  • Thursday Mar 17, 2011, 4:00 - 5:00 pm
  • Link to handouts

Susan Middleton, Jeremie Coplin and Jaime Dahms

Robert Osterman, Math Dept. WL Central HS

 Mike Oswalt and Shawn Massey

Jennifer Parker-Moore, Carolyn McCarthy, Melissa White

Peter Pasque

  • "Avoid Pitfalls When Sharing Curriculum and Student Portfolios Online Via Google Tools"
  • Thursday, March 17
  • 4:00 to 5:00 PM
  • Speaker Handouts

Margaret E Patterson, M.Ed , Herff Jones | Nystrom

  • Opening Minds Through Powerful Digital Instruction
  • Friday, Oct. 18, 8:00 a.m.
  • Speaker Handouts

Carrie Rathsack, Integration Specialist, Rossford Schools

  • "iCANDY: 21st Century Teaching and Learning Goes Visual!"
  • Thursday, March 17, 10:00 to 11:00 AM    
  • Speaker website

Chris Raschke

 Karen Reister, Math Consultant, Traverse Bay Area Intermediate School Distric

Mark Repp, Technology Trainer, Port Huron Area School District

  • "Everywhere with Evernote"
  • Friday, March 18th from 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM.
  • Speaker Website

Judith Robinson

Candyce Rogers and Lori Swan

Joanne Rowe, Diane Titche

  • "Literature Circles and Inquiry Projects Go 21st Century"
  • March 18, 8:30 a.m.
  • Speaker Handouts

Joe Sanders, Education Technology Specialist Extron Electronics

Rick Seymore

  • SIGTECH 1: Going Beyond Documents and
    Spreadsheets
  • Speaker Website
  • Wednesday, March 16, 8:30 AM – 12:00 PM • Cobo Center

 

Tony Shopinski

  • "On the Air...Elementary Student TV News"
  • Thursday at 2:30 - D2-09
  • Click here for our Quicktime presentation

Barb Smalla,Technology Support Specialist, Kalamazoo Public Schools

  • "NETS, METS-Classroom Activities to Ensure Student Technology Literacy"
  • Speaker handouts

Jessica Steffel

Dave Tchozewski, Director of Information Technology, Jenison Public Schools

  • "iWork Makes Page Layout & Presentations a Snap"
  • Hands-On Session, Thursday, March 17:  3:30 - 5:30 P.M.
  • Speaker Website
  • "What’s All the Fuss About Google Apps?"
  • Friday, March 18:  8:30 - 9:30 A.M.
  • Speaker Website
  • "Collaborate in the Cloud with Web 2.0"
  • Friday, March 18:  10 - 11 A.M.
  • Speaker Website

Daniel Townsend, Audio Visual Technician, Godfrey-Lee Public Schools

Monique Uzelac, Director of Instructional Technology , Ann Arbor Public Schools
Sarena Shivers, Director of School Services, and Naomi Norman, Director of
Assessment, Washtenaw ISD

  • Learning Our W-A-Y: Piloting a Collaborative County-Wide Cyberschool
  • Speaker Handouts 
  • Thursday, March 17 10-11 A.M.

Craig Van Ham

Dino Vandenheede, dvan@ashmi.org

  • Interactive Whiteboards vs. Tablets:  The Winner Is?
  • Thursday, March 17,
  • 4-5 PM
  • Speaker Handouts 

Dr. Julia K. VanderMolen and Maryly Skallos
Davenport University

Dan Verwolf, Network Administrator, Godfrey-Lee Public Schools

Becky West

Marilyn Western, 2008 MACUL Technology Teacher of the Year. 5th & 6th Grade Computer Lab teacher, Fancher 5/6 Elementary School

  • "Awesome and FREE Digital Story Tools"
  • Friday March 18 8:30-9:30
  • Speaker Handouts
  •  "Amazing Elementary Tech Projects"
  • Friday March 18 10:00-11:00
  • Speaker Handouts
  • "Awesome Research Presentations for Elementary Kids"
  • Friday March 18 1:00-2:00
  • Speaker Handouts

Vicky Wickham and Angela Clark-Pohlod, Laingsburg Community Schools

 

Brad Wilson, 4th Grade Teacher, Lakeshore Public Schools@Dreambition

Brad Wilson, 4th Grade Teacher, Lakeshore Public Schools@Dreambition

Cheryl Wilson

Sarah Wood, Godfrey-Lee Public Schools, Technology and Media Integration Specialist

  • "Getting Connected with Google Sites"
  • Friday, March 18, 8:30-9:30am
  • sarahwood@godfrey-lee.org
  • Link to handouts

 Andrea Zellner, National Writing Project Teacher Consultant