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High School [clear filter]
Friday, February 15

8:30am CST

Connecting Mathematics and Coding
Students develop logic skills by using a TI calculator to code. We will also show how to graph piecewise functions on the TI calculator to help students understand domain and range. create a lesson to use in your classroom.


Patricia White

Clear Creek HS, CCISD

Friday February 15, 2019 8:30am - 9:20am CST
CF 4430

9:35am CST

ALEKS for Fomative Assessment and More
Experienced teachers give examples of using ALEKS for in class assignments, quizzes, homework, and retesting. create a lesson for their classes.


Patricia White

Clear Creek HS, CCISD

Friday February 15, 2019 9:35am - 10:25am CST
CF 4430

10:45am CST

Creating Student Activities in Desmos
Participates will be introduced to the teacher component of Desmos.  This component gives the teacher the ability to create engaging classroom activities to enhance the student learning environment. Participates will be able to create student activities in Desmos.  These activities consist of card sorts, surveys, polygraph (who's -who?) and teacher lead instruction.


Stacey Karpowicz-Boring

Clear Springs HS, CCISD

Friday February 15, 2019 10:45am - 11:35am CST
CF 5619

11:55am CST

FRC - CCISD/NASA Robotics Coaching
This session will get all of the CCISD/NASA representatives prepared for the upcoming FRC season. Be ready to better contribute to the Robonauts and understand how team travel will be done.

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Andy Schaafs

Robotics and Engineering Program Manager, Clear Creek ISD
- B.S., Chemical Engineering, Texas A&M University- 8 years in Oil & Gas- 9 years teaching chemistry, physics, and engineering (PLTW)- 2 years managing the engineering and robotics programs for CCISD- Passionate about PLTW and REC Foundation (VEX) programs. They do amazing things... Read More →

Friday February 15, 2019 11:55am - 12:45pm CST
CF 4611