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earcos board members about earcos the east asia regional council of overseas schools is an organization of 105 member schools in east asia these schools have a total of more than 60,000 pre-k to 12th grade students earcos also has 97 associate members textbook and software publishers and distributors universities financial planners architectural firms insurance companies youth organizations etc and 33 individual members membership in earcos is open to elementary and secondary schools in east asia which offer an educational program using english as the primary language of instruction and to other organizations institutions and individuals interested in the objectives and purposes of the council harlan lyso president general information earcos holds one administrators conference every november and one teachers conference every march.in addition earcos funds several weekend institutes hosted by member schools throughout east asia earcos also organizes a meeting for earcos heads of schools every april earcos publishes its newsletter the earcos triannual which is distributed to its members three times a year and a directory of all of its members robert gross vice-president larry jones secretary objectives and purposes to promote intercultural understanding and international friendship through the activities of member schools to broaden the dimensions of education of all schools involved in the council in the interest of a total program of education to advance the professional growth and welfare of individuals belonging to the educational staff of member schools to facilitate communication and cooperative action between and among all associated schools tim carr treasurer connie buford regional education officer east asia to cooperate with other organizations and individuals pursuing the same objectives as this council david shawver director at large john mcbryde director at large east asia regional council of overseas schools brentville subdivision barangay mamplasan biñan laguna 4024 philippines phone +63 49 511-5993/5994 fax +63 49 511-4694 www.earcos.org linda sills acting executive director

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table of contents 2 3 4 6 8 10 11 14 17 19 20 21 23 25 30 31 33 35 37 38 40 57 message from the executive director conference at a glance strategic planning shangri-la floor plan preconference conference opening keynote address jean francois rischard student keynote:maia usui session 1 session 2 session 3 thai evening welcome reception thai craft fair keynote address ian jukes student keynote chin zhaomin jasmine session 4 session 5 double sesion 6 7 keynote address mechai viravaidya student keynote julia knight session 8 session 9 session 10 gala dinner p.e post conference schedule presenters biography list of job-a-like room assignments keynote speakers jean-francois rischard topic high noon the urgent need for new approaches to global problem-solving ian jukes topic our children are not the students our schools were designed for understanding digital kids mechai viravaidya topic thinking out of the box for the new generation special thanks to kylie harter for the design and photography for the cover of this etc2007 conference program international school bangkok photography teacher earcos want to offers its sincere appreciation to andy vaughan of brent international school manila for organizing and coordinating the valuable physical education post conference also to new international school of thailand and international school of bangkok for hosting the p.e post conference.

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welcome message welcome message from the earcos acting executive director dear delegates welcome to bangkok for the 5th earcos teachers conference as i reflect it seems that this conference is equally about professional development as well as creating and supporting our vital sense of community we plan to make a serious effort to do both the preparation planning and organization of this conference were things we looked forward to each day we talk listen discuss brainstorm and take action working to create a conference that reflects the stated needs of our rich as well as diverse community of 105 earcos schools as we were completing our first year we were committed to identifying the needs of the members of this vibrant organization so at the end of last year we hosted the spring heads strategic planning in bali with 20 school heads representing the diversity of our organization in attendance the group worked very hard to identify our core values and craft our mission vision and goals for earcos to guide us into the future the entire group shared a wonderful feeling of elation and cohesiveness on completing this important task then this summer at our home on the banks of the feather river we worked with teresa arpin on the next steps the strategies and plans of action a shared vision for earcos will allow us to continually to grow and improve all of this provided us with a clear direction as to the content of this conference to make it viable for you the carefully chosen theme does resonate throughout the entire conference one world-one future global mindedness-service to others-character-creativity-making connections each keynote speakers reflects a deep commitment to this theme especially focusing on global responsibility and connectivity through technology during the job-a-like the draft of the earcos strategic plan will be shared and feedback /comments will be collected we want the strategic plan to reflect a shared vision for earcos a wealth of workshops on salient topics will hopefully meet the needs of everyone present and introduce the new directions and programs for earcos to adopt for example a global initiatives network in asia in addition also in keeping with our strategic plan we have an exceptional post conference planned for teachers of physical education we have received much help along the way first we want to thank harlan lyso our board chair and our board for providing us the support and confidence in our plans and actions also a special thanks to keith miller and connie buford from the office of overseas schools for continued and valuable support the advisory council is integral in assisting us with the planning of this conference as are the teacher reps from all of our schools heather van deest in bangkok has been invaluable andrew vaughan worked willingly planning this comprehensive physical education conference everett mcglothlin has come from the u.s to assist us with this conference finally a very deserved thank you to our earcos team in manila vitz baltero elaine repatacodo ver castro edzel drilo and robert viray for making all of this possible as you are aware very tragically bob my husband best friend and confident of many years recently passed away our request to you is to celebrate his life and appreciate every moment of every day his wish as well as our wish would be for you to take everything you can from this conference and know that it was planned with you in mind hope you can attend each session and the two special evening events we believe in balance in bob s words have a good one linda sills earcos acting director earcos teachers conference 2008 march 26-29 2008 shangri-la kuala lumpur malaysia see you at the next 2 earcos teachers conference 2007 bangkok thailand

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conference at a glance earcos registration desk hours march 26 13:00-18:00 march 27 07:30-midnight march 28 07:00-midnight march 29 06:00-17:00 location is next to the grand ballroom lobby level tuesday march 27 2007 8:30-16:30 preconference wednesday march 28 2007 8:30-16:30 17:00-18:30 19:00-20:15 20:30-22:00 precenference reception for teacher representatives reception for presenters complimentaryshowingofalgore s aninconvinienttruth thursday march 29 2007 8:00-10:00 global citizen keynote maia usui title the new atlantis keynote address jean-francois rischard title high-noon the urgent need for new approaches to global problem-solving 10:00-10:30 10:30-12:00 12:00-13:15 13:30-14:30 14:30-15:00 14:30-22:00 15:00-16:30 18:00-19:15 19:30-21:30 coffee break complimets of harcourt session 1 job-a-like session complimentary lunch box session 2 coffee break thai craft fair session 3 reception for teacher presenters thai evening welcome reception friday march 30 2007 8:00-10:00 global citizen keynote chin zhaamin jasmine title frog in the well an old chinese proverbs keynote address ian jukes title our children are not the students our schools were designed for understanding digital kids 10:00-10:30 10:30-12:00 12:00-12:30 12:30-13:30 13:30-14:00 14:00-16:30 coffee break session 4 complimentary lunch session 5 coffee break double session 6 7 saturday march 31 2007 5:30-7:00 8:00-10:00 run walk dedicated to dr robert allan sills 1945-2006 bus departs to limpini park global citizen keynote julia knight title global citizen keynote address mechai viravaidya title thinking out of the box for the new generation 10:00-10:30 10:30-12:00 12:00-12:30 12:30-13:30 13:45-15:15 19:30-22:30 coffee break session 8 complimentary lunch session 9 session 10 gala evening with entertainment with the earcos band p.e post conference march 31 april 1 2007 3 earcos teachers conference 2007 bangkok thailand

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earcos strategic plan earcos mission earcos inspires adult and student learning through its leadership and service and fosters intercultural understanding global citizenship and exceptional educational practices within our learning community earcos vision to support the earcos mission we will develop collaborative educational partnerships within the region as well as worldwide to foster greater access to expertise provide targeted and differentiated professional development opportunities for member communities connect schools communities and individuals through the use of technology to promote collaboration communication intercultural understanding and access to broader educational opportunities engage adults and students in learning opportunities that develop leadership diversity and capacity within our communities engage adults and students in learning activities across the region that will promote friendship understanding and global citizenship conduct and communicate research and archive relevant data to identify and enhance exceptional educational practices in accomplishing its mission and vision earcos will play a prominent leadership role throughout the global educational community strategies and list of results strategy a provide specific targeted and differentiated professional development opportunities for various member communities 1 earcos sponsored grant process financially supports action research by and for earcos members pertinent to the educational process in asia 2 list serves/web page resources facilitate inter-school communication regarding issues relevant to specific disciplines or job categories 3 subject-specific conferences meet the professional development needs in selected disciplines or job categories both at the major conference site and at separate stand-alone conferences at different locations and times 4 consortiums of schools based on professional development interests and needs collaboratively identify and support this best practices 5 faculty in earcos schools share expertise to support targeted professional development needs at the school site 6 a cohort of trained affordable facilitators is available to work with boards and trustees throughout the region 7 earcos facilitates a mentor program for new school heads and new principals 8 earcos through its aspiring leadership programs encourages its members to pursue leadership positions 9 offering a greater choice of breadth and/or depth at the major annual conferences earcos develops new and varied formats for conferences strategy b engage students and adults in learning activities across the region that will foster friendship understanding and global citizenship 1 earcos sponsors an annual student leadership conference 2 student service projects are recognized and supported by global citizen awards and grant program for students and adults 3 earcos facilitates virtual education projects that support student learning foster friendship understanding leadership and intellectual challenge strategy c develop regional and worldwide collaborative educational partnerships within the region as well as worldwide to foster access to expertise 1 earcos develops collaborative relationships with external organizations that support the needs of earcos member schools strategy d connect schools communities and individuals through the use of effective latest technologies to promote collaboration intercultural understanding and access to broader educational opportunities 1 earcos schools use a range of technologies that support collaborative efforts and staff development 2 in collaboration with earcos universities provide e-learning opportunities that allow for staff development and credentialing opportunities 3 the earcos web site is a valuable tool offering a broad range of collaborative services enhancing staff and student development and a resource for educational opportunities within earcos strategy e conduct relevant research and communicate resulting data to identify and enhance exceptional educational practices 1 earcos is a data driven organization and models this paradigm for school use 2 earcos supports data driven decision-making through the use of electronic surveys 3 earcos identifies and support research to assess the impact of professional development efforts on student learning 4 earcos teachers conference 2007 bangkok thailand

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earcos strategic plan core values earcos believes all individuals have intrinsic worth their dignity and value are enhanced when they are honored and nourished diverse and inclusive communities nurture the well-being and growth of individuals and organizations learning is continuous and essential for individual growth and the advancement of society individuals and communities have the need and capacity to learn and grow individuals and communities are responsible for helping supporting and serving others individuals and communities are responsible for stewardship of the natural environment individuals and communities are responsible for the choices they make integrity honesty and striving for excellence are essential to our purpose goals all member schools use earcos as their primary resource for the professional development of their learning community earcos activities positively impact intercultural understanding ilscad_horizontal 1/4/06 10:45 am page 1 master of science degree multidisciplinary studies an affordable master s degree program specially designed to meet the needs of your educators and your institution delivered on your site buffalo state s multidisciplinary studies program is flexible and convenient the college works with you and other staff at your school to design a customized program courses are offered at your school some are available through distance learning the program requires 30 hours of graduate work including a master s project and results in a master of science degree in multidisciplinary studies for additional information contact carolyn brunner director brunnece@buffalostate.edu 716 878-6834 patricia dunlop coordinator intlearning@buffalostate.edu 716 878-6832 donna brooks asst coordinator intlearning@buffalostate.edu 716 878-3643 to learn more about this program and other graduate credit opportunities please visit the international learning styles center web site at www.buffalostate.edu/ilsc international learning styles center buffalo state south wing 430c 1300 elmwood avenue buffalo ny 14222 usa fax 716 878-6809 5 earcos teachers conference 2007 bangkok thailand

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meeting bangquets floor plan shangri-la wing lobby level lower lobby level 6 earcos teachers conference 2007 bangkok thailand

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meeting bangquets floor plan frungthep wing 3rd floor 7 earcos teachers conference 2007 bangkok thailand

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preconferences tuesday march 27 2007 8:30 16:30 marc frankel j schechtman leadership seminar marian dewane ap chemistry randy ernst ap psychology jim spellicy ap economics marc reif ap physics room singapore sukhotai boardroom pmai vietnam wednesday march 28 2007 8:30 16:30 marian de wane ap chemistry randy ernst ap psychology jim spellicy ap economics marc reif ap physics marc frankel j schechtman leadership seminar karen boyes title an introduction to the 16 habits of the minds learn the 16 types of intelligent behaviours noted educators art costa and bena kallick call the habits of mind these habits present an approach that aids students and adults as they encounter life s challenges this seminar is a must for anyone truly wanting to make a difference in education here s what you ll learn what the 16 habits of mind are practical ways to use and implement the habits of mind how to foster the use of the habits of mind in school and at home how the habits fit within the current curriculum how teacher language affects the thinking and learning process and how a shared vision for teachers can make a significant difference to children s lives sukhotai boardroom pimai vietnam singapore malaysia 1 2 david ghoogasian rattanakosin 1 2 title translating brain research into classroom practice goals to better understand how the mind/brain works and to explore the implications of the research for participants personally ­ their own learning their students ­ how they learn and what we can do to increase their understanding and ability to use information their teaching ­ how they structure their classrooms and instructional activities participants will have a better understanding of how the brain works types of memory systems the essential ingredients for real learning to take place the capacity of short-term memory at various ages the ways to transfer information to long-term memory the learning process the implications of their new knowledge to their curricular and instructional decisions and strategies that take advantage of how the brain learns best doug goodkin title play sing and dance-an overview of orff schulwerk this workshop will serve as an introduction to the dynamic approach to music and movement education known as orff schulwerk with material ranging appropriate for children between ages three and fifteen and a wide variety of media children s games body percussion speech song movement folk dance drama and orff instrument ensemble we will play sing and dance our way into understanding how the orff approach serves the needs of children come prepared to both actively participate and reflect on the key ideas behind the experiences doug johnson title designing research projects that kids and teachers love good research projects should not only teach important information literacy skills but they should also make school more meaningful and relevant for all students help students develop higher level thinking processes and exercise creativity reduce the temptation for students to plagiarize and download papers and allow teachers to improve delivery of the content area curriculum this workshop reviews bloom s taxonomy in light of designing research projects offers strategies for teachers to determine the best places in the curriculum to integrate resource-based projects and suggests ways technology can be a motivating factor in information processing the workshop allows time for participants to practice revising traditional research projects and create and use some authentic assessment tools ian jukes title bringing down the house how to create knock your socks off presentations making presentations with electronic tools like powerpoint and keynote have gone from being a novelty to a necessity in a few short years today a great many people in a wide range of fields are using these tools to educate inform persuade and sell however presenters are often disappointed with the response to their efforts unfortunately there is much more to creating an effective presentation than just learning how to use the software or knowing your subject this presentation focuses on the other skills you need to make great presentations there are lots of people who can teach you how to use presentation software this workshop will teach you how to communicate your message the workshop is intensive and hands-off disco room philippines 1 2 indonesia 1 2 8 earcos teachers conference 2007 bangkok thailand

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preconferences wednesday march 28 2007 8:30 16:30 jane pollock title one teacher at a time this workshop will present what really works in schools to improve student learning ­ the teacher a teacher with the big four make great strides with students a teacher who use learning targets ones that are robust not just daily classroom objectives use instructional strategies that work to help the learner remember and apply information and skills not just do schoolwork use varied assessment strategies to provide important performance feedback to help the learner improve and use performance data for continuous feedback to gain individual student improvement beyond the curve and program development russell robinson title everybody join the choir in this workshop dr robinson who has conducted more than 300 honors choruses world-wide will turn the entire group into a choir all participants will learn by experience how to 1 sing with proper breath support and vocal technique 2 balance individual singers and sections to achieve a choral sound and 3 participate in a choral group and teach a choral group music teachers and all teachers who love to sing are encouraged to attend this workshop complimentary music and materials will be provided and the group will perform as a choir by the end of the day tom wood title an artist s life and the use of sketchbooks and ict i will start with my work as an artist and how some of my practices have influenced the way i teach art in particular how i use a computer and it s various roles within my methodology ian sutherland graham blackmore title emergency first response primary care cpr and secondary care workshop the workshop is directed to training the layperson and builds confidence thereby increasing willingness to respond when faced with a medical emergency skills are taught in a non-stressful learning environment with as much practice as necessary to master and retain these skills the workshop is split into two parts emergency first response primary care cpr and secondary care first aid the primary care section teaches participants how to respond to life-threatening emergencies and in secondary care injuries or illnesses that are not immediately life threatening are covered the workshop focused on knowledge development skill development and realistic scenario practice so that participants have the confidence in their ability to provide care when emergency situations arise marilyn george wasc title serving as a visiting committee member and conducting a self-study this pre-conference session will 1 prepare earcos educators to serve on wasc visiting committees emphasizing the role and responsibilities of a wasc visiting committee member and 2 examine the essentials of the focus on learning process and its adaptability from a self-study perspective 10:00-10:30 12:00-13:00 14:30-15:00 17:00-18:30 19:00-20:15 20:30-22:00 room chiangmai brunei myanmar 1 2 3 ayuthaya 1 2 thonburi coffee break lunch break compliment of earcos coffee break reception for teacher representatives reception for presenters complimentary showing of al gore s an inconvinient truth presidential suite presidential suite ballroom 3 9 earcos teachers conference 2007 bangkok thailand

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conference opening thursday march 29 2007 8:00-10:00 room ballroom 1 2 announcements performance jeremiah singers ruamrudee international school singing group keynote student maia usui title the new atlantis biography maia usui comes from japan but has lived in many cites around the world including lagos new york and vienna she is currently a senior and ib diploma candidate at the international school bangkok [but has also attended the united nations international school the american school in japan and vienna international school maia is fluent in english japanese german and french she serves as student council president and has been active in local tsunami relief maia is heading to harvard university in september where she will study political science and economics she was isb s recipient of the earcos global citizenship award in 2006 keynote address high noon the urgent need for new approaches to global problem-solving some 20 burning global problems are on our hands they must get resolved within the next 20 years if we are to avoid the massive and adverse planetary consequences many of them bring in their tow and yet the current international system is failing to deliver the deep and timely solutions that are required why is that and what are we to do this presentation invites the participants to engage in some out-of-the-box thinking about how we could come up with a better methodology for global problem-solving while there is still time it concludes with the thought that besides a new methodology we also need future generations to espouse a new mindset something the education system is in an unparallelled position to promote biography jean-françois rischard is a national from luxembourg with a us green card and is married with three children he is 57 years old he has graduate and post-graduate degrees in economics university of aix-marseille licence and des 1971 and 1973 a law doctorate luxembourg 1971 and a masters in business administration harvard business school 1975 with first and second year honors he speaks and writes fluent english french and german from 1975 to 2005 he worked at the world bank and became vice-president of the institution from 1992 on he lives in paris after having spent more than 20 years in the united states and especially washington d.c where he maintains a home and many links he has straddled the atlantic for much of his student and working life and is well versed in both u.s and european ways of doing business and corporate governance bents he has worked in some 60 developed and developing countries and maintains ­ beyond europe ­ an extensive network of relationships with government and business leaders throughout north america latin america the middle-east asia and parts of africa he is an avid reader with a broad range of interests in finance business and markets world events and trends he likes skiing and golf 10:00-10:30 jean-francois rischard coffee break sponsored by harcourt international education group quartet new international school of thailand performance string 10 earcos teachers conference 2007 bangkok thailand

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thursday schedule thursday march 29 2007 10:30-12:00 room rattanakosin workshop session 1 karen boyes title anchoring for success making learning meaningful is essential for teaching success learn how to create unforgettable lessons by making information novel and creating contrast you ll see how emotions affect learning and how to develop a simple yet highly effective discipline system you ll also be stunned by the power of your own brain carol carter title coaching skills and the habits of mind motivation for every student coaching skills have been popular in corporate america for the last twenty years recently this powerful tool has made its way into the educational arena since all of learning is based on emotion the skill of coaching allows the teacher tutor advisor counselor or parent to artfully ask the questions which can lead students to their own best answers in this highly interactive session carol carter will link coaching skills to art costa s habits of mind each attendee will explore not only the basics of coaching but also how to apply coaching to help students manage themselves more effectively by taking responsibility for their choices and developing the requisite discipline to be successful in college career and life we will explore all aspects of coaching and really dig deeply into inquiry and powerful questions these techniques can be used one-on-one as well as with a group of students or professionals in addition to helping with whatever role attendees play with students this session promises to be one of the most meaningful and fulfilling sessions for their own personal development naomi funahashi stefanie lamb rylan sekiguchi title along the silk road this interactive workshop will present methods and materials for teaching about various aspects of the silk road participants will engage in several activities from the newly revised spice curriculum unit along the silk road which was recently developed in a partnership with the silk road project this workshop is appropriate for both middle and high school social studies teachers and participants will receive complimentary curriculum from spice jack gantos title writing picture books read a classic-write a classic from wild things to rotten ralph all good writing begins with good reading so let s take a look at classic picture books and find out not only what makes a good book a classic but also how to teach organize and write the future classics david ghoogasian title teaching and learning in the era of the brain teachers will gain a better understanding of how the brain learns and how to use this information in a classroom learning environment they will walk away with a better understanding of the brain and learning and several practical teaching strategies that take advantage of how the brain learns best this is a condensed version of the pre-conference session roger greenaway title three exercises for developing students questioning skills developing students questioning skills arouses curiosity sustains motivation and develops key learning skills and the questions students ask indicate their progress with your help i will demonstrate three ways of generating and managing student questions visitor technique press conference and simultaneous surveys discussion will assist application to your subject area doug johnson title the sane teacher s guide to technology integration never been a technology geek or guru still rather think of a mouse as something that eats cheese than rolls around on your desk yet as a conscientious teacher you know your students should be practicing technology and information literacy skills this workshop explores how good teaching practices and the content area curriculum can be enhanced through the judicious use of technology upgrades that support best practice examples of real student technology enhanced projects are given ian jukes title living on the future edge thinking about tomorrow today part 1 of two part session in a world where change is the constant you can t trust your eyes because what you see will replaced tomorrow you think your eyes are showing you reality in fact they are showing you history the only way to see the reality of a world on the move is to look for global trends by carefully examining the significance of several global exponential trends this presentation profoundly challenges your fundamental assumptions about the world we live and the future that awaits us brunei 1 pimai myanmar 2 ballroom 3 indonesia 2 philippines 1 2 ballroom 1 11 earcos teachers conference 2007 bangkok thailand

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thursday schedule thursday march 29 2007 10:30-12:00 room myanmar 1 workshop session 1 continued boris korsunsky title using multiple-choice questions learning and teaching assessment educational research well-constructed multiple-choice questions can be used to identify student misconceptions they can be used for justin-time assessment of student knowledge and its development and also in educational research we will discuss effective ways of selecting and using multiple-choice questions in the classroom ron lancaster title mozart s dice game and other beautiful connections between probability music art and drama in 1787 mozart developed a method for composing music that involved cutting and pasting pre-written measures of music with the order determined by the outcomes of the rolls of a pair of dice as you will see and hear mozart s version always produces a very sweet sound in spite of the random elements we will also discuss how other artists such as the painter ellsworth kelly the playwright helen juvonen and the film maker antonin svoboda have made use of probability in their works dice will be provided so that you too can roll and rock margaret maclean title using protocols to deal with teaching dilemmas would you like to collaborate effectively with your colleagues but never seem to have the time would you like to learn how to tap into the expertise of fellow teachers participants will experience protocols they can use to create an effective learning community participants will learn how protocol use can provide an in depth conversation in a tight time frame and be used to solve the dilemmas all classroom teachers face this session will be interactive rosebeth marcou title attention deficits understanding the nature and neurology attention problems are among the most common of developmental variations in all ages of students there is more to the issue of paying attention that just staying on task for long enough and having accurate tools for describing the nature of attention problems often leads to understanding and effective remediation in this workshop the nature and neurology of attention issues will be clarified diane paynter title building academic vocabulary vocabulary instruction can have a profound effect on students comprehension of academic content the more they understand academic terms related to the subject area they are studying the easier it is for them to understand information they hear or read this session will focus on the role of vocabulary in building background knowledge how to create a list of academic vocabulary terms a six-step process for teaching these terms including strategies for each of the steps barrie jo price anna mcfadden title computer-mediated collaboration tools and applications the session will begin with a brief overview of the technological tools that are available to teachers and students in today s mobile and connected society including email list servs chats discussion boards shared directories wikis and such these tools will be reviewed in the context of the ikids building on keynote sessions that describe today s connected youth examples will be given in terms of how these might be used in the classroom and beyond including classrooms with 1:1 computing and those `less wired environments in which teachers know students have these tools available outside of school jean francois rischard title q and a session on keynote russell robinson title songwriting in the classroom students writing songs to reinforce learning in the classroom part 1 learning the basics and applications these workshops are for all teachers not just music teachers minimal to no music knowledge is required just desire it is a fact that we remember what we sing and we remember songs more than we remember words or facts how do you remember the alphabet music brings the concepts to life in these back-to-back workshops all teachers will learn how to write a song more importantly teaching students to write songs will reinforce any learning concepts that are being taught in the classroom the workshops will be based on dr robinson s book songwriting made easy yes anyone can write a song just like your students you will have fun writing and performing your own songs steve sobonya title youth fitness evaluation standards and age appropriate paths to results learn ideas for youth fitness in terms of fitness testing and age appropriate exercise prescription learn to create your own fitness standards that are superior to the norms that is conditioning speed acceleration endurance change of direction core strength core function flexibility balance hand-eye coordination and much more malaysia sukhotai ayuthaya 1 2 chiangmai thonburi 1 2 ballroom 2 indonesia 1 singapore 12 earcos teachers conference 2007 bangkok thailand

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