Wednesday, June 6 • 1:15pm - 2:00pm
How To Catch a Cheater: Tech Tools and SAMR

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Attendees will learn about how to use basic tools that are built-in to Google to help maintain academic integrity with students. With the proliferation of technology in classrooms, many teachers have found it difficult to know how to best maintain academic integrity with their students' work. The session will not only talk about some tools teachers can use, but more importantly, about ways to design learning tasks that are more immune to cheating and lend themselves more powerfully to authentic learning for students.

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Marcus Painter

Coordinator of Digital Learning, Twin Lakes School Corporation
Marcus grew up in Indianapolis, Indiana and attended Purdue University. After graduation, Marcus was hired as an ELA teacher at Benton Central High School. After 5 years there, Marcus moved-on to a teaching opportunity at Creston Middle School. In 2007, Marcus and his wife, Carrie... Read More →

Wednesday June 6, 2018 1:15pm - 2:00pm
Room 119