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Seabury Hall [clear filter]
Friday, September 25
 

9:00am HST

Flipping your mathematics lesson
Limited Capacity seats available

This workshop will involve a brief description of process, and then break into small groups to flip some mathematics lessons. Bring your 1-1 device and be ready to flip out.

Speakers
avatar for Sean Wilson

Sean Wilson

Mathematics Department Chair, Seabury Hall
Sean Wilson grew up on the North shore of Oahu, moving to Maui in 1980 and attending high school at Seabury Hall. Sean attended the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington earning a BS in mathematics with a minor in philosophy. Sean went on to obtain a California secondary... Read More →



Friday September 25, 2015 9:00am - 10:00am HST
Kalanikūpule 208

9:00am HST

Grounding your Students
Limited Capacity seats available

This presentation will focus on the importance of the teacher as facilitator and reinforce how each class should have the intent to channel your student’s energies to be more aware of the world around them. In addition this presentation will encourage the teacher to be more sensory aware, to help students become well rounded lifelong learners. No matter what the subject students must be healthy and determined to learn .This presentation will model a variety of techniques to meet this goal.

Speakers
MS

Michael Stone

teacher, Seabury Hall


Friday September 25, 2015 9:00am - 10:00am HST
Konia 201

10:15am HST

Flipping your mathematics lesson
Limited Capacity seats available

This workshop will involve a brief description of process, and then break into small groups to flip some mathematics lessons. Bring your 1-1 device and be ready to flip out.

Speakers
avatar for Sean Wilson

Sean Wilson

Mathematics Department Chair, Seabury Hall
Sean Wilson grew up on the North shore of Oahu, moving to Maui in 1980 and attending high school at Seabury Hall. Sean attended the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington earning a BS in mathematics with a minor in philosophy. Sean went on to obtain a California secondary... Read More →



Friday September 25, 2015 10:15am - 11:15am HST
Kalanikūpule 208

10:15am HST

√ for Understanding with Google Forms and Kahoot
Limited Capacity seats available

We'll learn how Google Forms can be used for formative assessment, including automatic grading of quizzes with add-on Flubaroo. And we'll play Kahoot! Bring ANY device to participate.

Speakers
avatar for Linda Lindsay

Linda Lindsay

School Librarian, Seabury Hall
Linda Lindsay is the librarian at Seabury Hall. She is a Google Edu Certified Innovator and Trainer, and a Making IT Happen awardee. Linda blogs professionally at mauilibrarian2 in Olinda, and hosts Google Rocks! Hawaii, a Hangout on Air featuring Hawaii educators and students. She... Read More →


Friday September 25, 2015 10:15am - 11:15am HST
Konia 101

10:15am HST

Flash Fiction
Limited Capacity seats available

Write a short story in a class period. Sally and Todd lead a brainstorm activity you can easily customize for your students, followed by drafting and sharing.

Speakers
avatar for Todd Van Amburgh

Todd Van Amburgh

Seabury Hall
Todd Van Amburgh teaches English and Drama at Seabury Hall and Creative Writing at UH-MC.  
SS

Sally Sefton

teacher, Seabury Hall
I have been teaching English, Speech, and directing plays for nearly 30 years here.


Friday September 25, 2015 10:15am - 11:15am HST
Pākī 105

10:15am HST

Grounding your Students
Limited Capacity seats available

This presentation will focus on the importance of the teacher as facilitator and reinforce how each class should have the intent to channel your student’s energies to be more aware of the world around them. In addition this presentation will encourage the teacher to be more sensory aware, to help students become well rounded lifelong learners. No matter what the subject students must be healthy and determined to learn .This presentation will model a variety of techniques to meet this goal.

Speakers
MS

Michael Stone

teacher, Seabury Hall


Friday September 25, 2015 10:15am - 11:15am HST
Konia 201

10:15am HST

The Spirit of Mango House
Limited Capacity seats available

Come find out about two new novels just published by veteran English teacher, Gayle Martelles. The Spirit of Mango House is a rain forest adventure set in the plantation days of 1950s Hawaii which follows the struggles of twelve-year-old Keoki Salcedo, grandson of Puerto Rican immigrants, as he tries to protect his grandmother and his home from Malo, the brutal luna responsible for the death of Keoki’s parents. The Mystery of Phantom Bluff is a middle school mystery with a “Nancy Drew” flavor set in present day Oregon. When a valuable canoe is stolen, twelve-year-old Beatrice “Bird” Cagge and her partner Matt Porre, a mysterious thirteen-year-old boy from Hawaii, are determined to solve the case--a resolve which leads them into the dangerous secrets of Phantom Bluff. In this workshop, Gayle will give an overview of both books, as well as teaching resources for utilizing her novels in a middle school classroom.

Friday September 25, 2015 10:15am - 11:15am HST
Pākī 114

10:15am HST

Practical Self Defense for Students (and the rest of us!)
Limited Capacity seats available

Why wait until our kids are adults to take a "Women's Self Defense" course? Why not act now!? Please join us for a workshop developed to begin teaching our students and daughters how to keep themselves safe in high school, college and beyond. We will cover basic strategies for staying out of harm’s way, recognizing dangerous situations, and basic techniques for self-protection.

I've been studying and teaching martial arts for over 20 years and am looking forward to sharing with my fellow teachers and their students some of the most important lessons I've learned.


Friday September 25, 2015 10:15am - 11:15am HST
Kamalālāwalu 102

11:30am HST

Google Demo Slam ala MISO
Limited Capacity seats available

Demonstrate your favorite Google tip or trick in under 3 minutes, and you just might win the Demo Slam! ! Register here: http://bit.ly/misogoogleslam If you don't have a tip to share, come and watch (and learn)! Patterned after the original Google Demo Slam by Google.

Speakers
avatar for Linda Lindsay

Linda Lindsay

School Librarian, Seabury Hall
Linda Lindsay is the librarian at Seabury Hall. She is a Google Edu Certified Innovator and Trainer, and a Making IT Happen awardee. Linda blogs professionally at mauilibrarian2 in Olinda, and hosts Google Rocks! Hawaii, a Hangout on Air featuring Hawaii educators and students. She... Read More →


Friday September 25, 2015 11:30am - 12:30pm HST
Konia 101

11:30am HST

The Spirit of Mango House
Limited Capacity seats available

Come find out about two new novels just published by veteran English teacher, Gayle Martelles. The Spirit of Mango House is a rain forest adventure set in the plantation days of 1950s Hawaii which follows the struggles of twelve-year-old Keoki Salcedo, grandson of Puerto Rican immigrants, as he tries to protect his grandmother and his home from Malo, the brutal luna responsible for the death of Keoki’s parents. The Mystery of Phantom Bluff is a middle school mystery with a “Nancy Drew” flavor set in present day Oregon. When a valuable canoe is stolen, twelve-year-old Beatrice “Bird” Cagge and her partner Matt Porre, a mysterious thirteen-year-old boy from Hawaii, are determined to solve the case--a resolve which leads them into the dangerous secrets of Phantom Bluff. In this workshop, Gayle will give an overview of both books, as well as teaching resources for utilizing her novels in a middle school classroom.

Friday September 25, 2015 11:30am - 12:30pm HST
Pākī 114

11:30am HST

Practical Self Defense for Students (and the rest of us!)
Limited Capacity seats available

Why wait until our kids are adults to take a "Women's Self Defense" course? Why not act now!? Please join us for a workshop developed to begin teaching our students and daughters how to keep themselves safe in high school, college and beyond. We will cover basic strategies for staying out of harm’s way, recognizing dangerous situations, and basic techniques for self-protection.

I've been studying and teaching martial arts for over 20 years and am looking forward to sharing with my fellow teachers and their students some of the most important lessons I've learned.


Friday September 25, 2015 11:30am - 12:30pm HST
Kamalālāwalu 102
 


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