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Keith Schroeder Resources

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Conference, Workshop and Staff Development Resources


These are resources by Keith D. Schroeder.  You can contact Keith from his website http://keithschroeder.net 


One Book One Community Wisconsin

It's not too late to join us!  We are in full swing with our "One Book One Community Wisconsin" bucket filling year! You can still host your "One Book One Community" https://sites.google.com/site/obocwisconsin/ event.  A good explanation of what the "One Book One Community" concept can be found at  http://www.randomhouse.biz/libraries/pdfs/onebook10.pdf  The theme we are using are those that support the bucket filling concept.  There are several books with that theme that can be found on Amazon here:  http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_ss_c_0_11?url=search-alias%3Dstripbooks&field-keywords=bucket+filler&sprefix=bucket+fill%2Caps%2C259 


The one we are suggesting is "Have You Filled A Bucket Today"  by Carol McCloud ( http://www.bucketfillers101.com/index.php )  From the jacket cover of the book "Through sweet, simple prose and vivid illustrations, this heartwarming book encourages positive behavior as children see how very easy and rewarding it is to express kindness, appreciation, and love on a daily basis."  I also like using puppets or manipulatives with my stories. Mimi Boyd from Mimi's Motif's   (http://www.mimismotifs.com/has exclusively developed a great manipulative that can be used with any of the bucket books.  It consists of a clear bucket with bright, colorful shapes that can represent the various good things people can do to fill buckets. It can easily be manipulated with any of her puppets or puppets you may already have.  It's a great way to visualize the bucket filling concept.  I have been using their prototype so it isn't featured on her website YET but will be very soon.  Check her website often!  Her Dewey Puppet is awesome too!


You can also like our Facebook page here:  https://www.facebook.com/pages/One-Book-One-Community-Wisconsin/330776663699085  or follow us on Twitter here:  https://twitter.com/OBOCWisconsin  



Recent Professional Development/Conference Presentations:


Digital Photography:  Sharing, Editing, Storing Online (School District of Marinette Community Education)


Online Tools for Reading Closely and Thinking Critically WSRA 


Interactive lessons and Tools for Personalized Learning  Twitter#SLRC


No Pain - Huge Gain Easy Online Formative Assessments


1:1 Beyond the Textbook


Engaging Today's Learner


Free Online PD


Google Forms for Assessment


Gamestorming:  Gamification of the Curriculum


Speaking and Listening with a Purpose


Video Editing in the Classroom


Google/Chrome Supports for Struggling Learners


Google/Chrome Apps for Supporting Writing and the Common Core


Connecting Your Students to the World Through The Common Core


Lesson Plan Resources


Visual Literacy in the Age of Common Core


Fostering Lifelong Learning with Digital Badging


SLO for School Library Media Specialists


CESA8 Coaching:  Powerpoint can be found here


WSRA Wired Wednesday 60+ Chrome Apps in 60 Minutes:  PowerPoint can be found here

     Webinar recording can be found on the WSRA Website


Web2.0 Tools for Digital Writing


Wolf River Reading Council PowerPoint


Why Go Google? - Google Apps for Education Resource Page


Connecting Literacy and Technology to the Common Core in a Google World


RTI In Secondary Education


Digital Storytelling:  Helping Students Find Their Voice Through the Common Core


Your Badgerlink and How It Can Support Implementing the Common Core


Teaching 2.0:  Literacy, Technology and the Common Core


Web2.0 Resources for Special Education


Personal Learning Network


Coaching Resources


Why Minecraft is a Great Tool for Learning


Beyond the Textbook


Macbook Resources


What?  No Textbook!


Whiteboard Resource Page


Brain-Based Research


Flipping your Classroom


Google Earth Resources


iPads in the Classroom


ePub In the Classroom


To Google and Beyond


Using Social Media to Extend Classroom Learning


21st Century Classroom


21st Century Literacy


Looking for the Key to Effective Teaming - Implement a Coaching Model



Community Education Resources:


Google Meets Chrome:  Chrome Extensions and Apps to Make Your Life Easier


Community Education:  Facebook and Social Media - What's All This Buzz About?


Community Employment Resource Night


Personal Learning Network


Pinterest for Beginners


Skype for Beginners



Older Topics/Presentations


AUP/BYOD Policy Examples


Beyond Google Searching


Changing Face of Libraries


Classroom Copyright


Copyright Free Resources


Family Literacy Night


Instructional Coaching to Improve Student Achievement/Literacy


Internet Safety Resources


Literacy-Technology Integration


Math Literature in the Classroom


Suicide Prevention Resources


Technology for Administrators


Web 2.0 in the Classroom


Whiteboard Resource Page


Wisconsin Instructional Television


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