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Friday, October 4
 

8:45am

9:00am

9:00am

 
Saturday, October 5
 

8:00am

9:00am

Welcome Message from School
Saturday October 5, 2019 9:00am - 9:15am
360 Auditorium

9:15am

Keynote
Saturday October 5, 2019 9:15am - 9:45am
360 Auditorium

10:00am

Google Drawings: Creating Classroom Resources like a Boss!
In this session we will make our own resources you can use in class, next week! Exploring some of Google Drawings most powerful tools and functions, you too can create original and professional looking resources. Forget about Sparklebox, TES, Teacherpayteachers and Twinkle - Make resources that are designed for your students and your topics! These resources can range from great looking displays to boardgames or flashcards. 

After this sessions you will be able to:
- Create differentiated resources for your students.
- Use basic and some more advanced skills to make digital art.
- Use Google Drawings as a resource to become a content creator rather than consumer.
- Learn how you can share/sell resources online.

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Evaluate this session here.

Speakers
avatar for Sethi De Clercq

Sethi De Clercq

ICT/CS Subject Leader, St. Andrews International School Samakee
Sethi is passionate about technology integration and how this impacts education, and student learning. He is a Google for Education Certified Trainer, Google Certified Innovator, and Computing Subject leader. Having been a teacher for over 15 years, he has had the privilege of leading... Read More →


Saturday October 5, 2019 10:00am - 11:00am

10:00am

Adobe Spark: Reshaping Traditional Worksheets
This session would be good for anyone who is looking for clean and easy design and high functionality. Adobe Spark is three apps in one, a graphic designer, a webpage designer and a video maker. 

After a 10 minute guiding session attendees will create a labelled diagram or 'cycle' diagram of their choice. After that we'll have quick intro to Adobe Video and attendees will get to experiment with it. Adobe Page will be touched upon, but we probably won't have time do any hands on stuff. 
Attendees will be able to:
  • Create and teach Adobe Spark Post diagrams
  • Create and teach Adobe Spark Video
  • Be familiar with Adobe Page and its in-class uses

Speakers
avatar for Mark Holmes

Mark Holmes

Year 5 Teacher / Primary ICT Coordinator, Garden International School, Rayong
I am a Canadian trained teacher originally from the UK. I teach two hours south of Bangkok in sleepy Ban Chang. I teach Year 5 when at school, and hang out on the beach when I'm not. I am also the primary ICT coordinator and maker room aficionado. I get no time allocation for these... Read More →


Saturday October 5, 2019 10:00am - 11:00am

10:00am

Bringing organization, planning and presentation skills into thoughtful video reflection
  • Video reflections are often overlooked as a necessary skill in the 21st Century. 
  • Using Google Slides to create green screen technology based menus for videos
  • Thinking about ways students should film when providing video reflections



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Speakers
avatar for Adam Torrens

Adam Torrens

Head of Global Collaboration, Stamford American International School in Singapore
Adam is head of Global Collaboration at Stamford American International School in Singapore. Coming from Queensland, Australia, Adam has been an educator for over 10 years with 7 years experience as both a classroom teacher for kindergarten and primary students and as a Digital Learning... Read More →


Saturday October 5, 2019 10:00am - 11:00am

10:00am

Google Forms Add-on to Your Experience and Digital Workflow
Participants will learn how robots can grade for them, or at the very least allow them to not have to type the same thing into billions of the same types of Forms that they use during the year. Don’t know what a Google Form is nor how it can be used? No worries, we learn about that too! Want to use question from other Forms? Don’t want to reinvent the wheel every time you create a Form? This session will teach you tools that can decrease the amount of clicks, time, and typing to create Forms for use. It is for beginners and intermediates to the G Suite.

Attendees learn about various ways to use Forms. They will create a basic Google Form using the various question types, learn how to change themes, what the “preferences” means and how that works, learn how to use data validation in question types, and other special features for each question type. Then they will learn about useful Add-ons that help in the creation of Google Forms and increase the workflow (efficiency) in creation of Forms.

LO-4-1 Participants who demonstrate an understanding will be able to select an appropriate question type that gathers the desired data.
LO-4-2 Participants who demonstrate an understanding will be able adjust preferences, themes, headers, color choices, and font preferences in their Google Form.
LO-4-3 Participants who demonstrate an understanding will be able preview and revise their form based on visual and functional aspects of their form.
LO-4-4 Participants who demonstrate an understanding will be able select the appropriate type of add-ons that simplify the making of questions, data collecting, and organization of data once gathered.
LO-4-5 Participants who demonstrate understanding will be able to tell others why Google Forms are useful.

Speakers
avatar for Joseph Wood

Joseph Wood

Secondary Teacher, Grace International School
I am a lover of #EdTech. I love classroom #innovation and creativity. I am passionate about standards based learning through #sblchat and the use of #hyperdocs and blended learning.  I seek to promote #equity in classroom. I am a Certified Trainer #GoogleET. I encourage a #growthmindset.I... Read More →


Saturday October 5, 2019 10:00am - 11:00am

11:00am

Coffee Break
Saturday October 5, 2019 11:00am - 11:15am
TBA TBA

11:15am

Using G-Suite to transform your students into project managers
  • Using Google Sheets as a collaborative tool
  • Organizing Responses to google forms into Google Sheets.




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    Summit Reminders!
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    Evaluate this session here.  

Speakers
avatar for Adam Torrens

Adam Torrens

Head of Global Collaboration, Stamford American International School in Singapore
Adam is head of Global Collaboration at Stamford American International School in Singapore. Coming from Queensland, Australia, Adam has been an educator for over 10 years with 7 years experience as both a classroom teacher for kindergarten and primary students and as a Digital Learning... Read More →


Saturday October 5, 2019 11:15am - 12:15pm

11:15am

Connecting yourself and your students to the world
In this workshop, Craig will share his experience and expertise of global connections and collaborations for both students and educators. He will share specific success stories and a plethora of his favorite tools that you can explore and take back to your school with confidence to integrate into daily practices.



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Summit Reminders!
Don't forget to complete the Acer Survey to enter the drawing for great prizes.
Tweet your Summit photo or 'aha' thought using #GooglePD
Submit your Demo Slam here!

Speakers
avatar for Craig Kemp

Craig Kemp

Digital Learning Consultant, Ignite EdTech Pte Ltd
As a keynote speaker, workshop host and global Education Consultant Craig works with Departments, Ministries, School Leadership, School Communities and Educators to understand, design, and implementdigital learning solutions and transformations to improve teaching practice and student... Read More →


Saturday October 5, 2019 11:15am - 12:15pm

11:15am

Google for School leaders
  • What does it mean to be a Google school?
    • We start from the basics and take a high level look at what it means to be a Google school
    • We explain how Google Apps for Education works, what Apps are included in the ‘core suite’ and what other ‘non core’ Google Apps you can use
    • We cover a lot of basic stuff to be sure all attendees are starting from the same level such as: Do you need a Google Server? Can you use Google in your school if you are running on a MS base? Do all students need an account on your domain? Can one teacher run Google Classroom if we are not a Google School? etc. etc.
  • How can Google help me and our leadership team in our jobs?
    • This is where we get into Forms, shared Docs, research, etc. We focus in on the best practices for using Google Drive and Docs specifically for school management with specific examples of using forms, spreadsheets and more
    • We also look at using Google tools for:
      • Leadership teams
      • Accreditation (for example by CIS WASC and NEASC which is something schools go through every 5 and 10 years and with Google Apps this process has become much more efficient and effective)
      • Work flows, meeting minutes
      • Structure and Google Drive folder expectations and protocols

Speakers
avatar for Dan Taylor

Dan Taylor

Director, AppsEvents
Dan Taylor is from the UK and the Director of AppsEvents. After studying Systems Engineering at University he worked as a management consultant where he developed a passion for EdTech projects. He has been involved in the Google Education community since the launch of Google Apps... Read More →


Saturday October 5, 2019 11:15am - 12:15pm
TBA TBA

11:15am

Google sites: "Google Sites a Deep Dive. Yes, it's possible!"



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Summit Reminders! 
Don't forget to complete the Acer Survey to enter the drawing for  great prizes.
Tweet your Summit photo or 'aha' thought using #GooglePD
Evaluate this session here.

Speakers
avatar for Sethi De Clercq

Sethi De Clercq

ICT/CS Subject Leader, St. Andrews International School Samakee
Sethi is passionate about technology integration and how this impacts education, and student learning. He is a Google for Education Certified Trainer, Google Certified Innovator, and Computing Subject leader. Having been a teacher for over 15 years, he has had the privilege of leading... Read More →


Saturday October 5, 2019 11:15am - 12:15pm

12:15pm

Lunch
Saturday October 5, 2019 12:15pm - 1:15pm
TCIS Canteen

1:15pm

GAS - It's magical! Demystify Google Apps Script

We will get to know the basics of the ingenious Google Apps Script, see how we can connect to all apps through the API and start coding with some basic commands. All teachers and admin staff who are interested in getting started with scripts in the gSuite domain will benefit from this session. Other personalized app scripts will be touched upon but not covered in depth. There aren't any prerequisites. 
Attendees will access Apps Script Panel and become aware of the permissions it needs to run. Attendees will write their own stand alone scripts and scripts connected to other gSuite apps and grasp the vast potential of this amazing tool.
Attendees will overcome their reservations and hesitation to look at GAS as a easy means for their individual ideas and needs in their classroom. 
- attendees will be able to grasp the basics of GAS
- attendees will be able to set an auto-respond script connected to gmail
- attendees will be able to connect any GSuite document to a script
- attendees will be able to execute their own written basic scripts
- attendees will be able to explain the quota limits connected to GAS usage


Speakers
avatar for Ralf Siegesmund

Ralf Siegesmund

Educational Technology Coordinator, British Columbia International School Bangkok
I have been using from day one. sheets and the ready-made scripts were the starting point for my fascination with GApps. Since I have had so many great epiphanies in the classroom where this magic effect takes place when learners realize what possibilities the collaboration process... Read More →


Saturday October 5, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm

1:15pm

Gmail - own your inbox and boost your productivity!
Master the tools that lie within Gmail to:
  1. Clearly organise and color code your inbox
  2. Prioritise and mark as done tasks
  3. Productivity tips
  4. Master inbox zero
We will walk through the many tools that Gmail offers to streamline your inbox and add labels to emails, cancel sending that email, master search to find your email and lots more.




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Speakers
avatar for James Sayer

James Sayer

Head of Math, IT Coordinator, Patumwan Demonstration School
James is the Head of Mathematics and IT Coordinator for Patumwan Demonstration School's international program in Bangkok. As Google Apps and Moodle LMS administrator James has conducted a variety of training sessions for different schools and supported teachers through best use of... Read More →


Saturday October 5, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm

1:15pm

Going beyond the usual digital citizenship lessons
In this workshop, Craig will share the journey of digital learning transformation that he led at his school with a particular focus on the ISTE standards and Digital Citizenship, something that every school struggles with. He will then share, in-depth, Googles brand new "Be Internet Awesome" digital citizenship curriculum, including the gamification aspects and he will give you time to explore, play and see how this could fit at your school.









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________________________________________________________________________________________
Summit Reminders!
Don't forget to complete the Acer Survey to enter the drawing for great prizes.
Tweet your Summit photo or 'aha' thought using #GooglePD
Submit your Demo Slam here!

Speakers
avatar for Craig Kemp

Craig Kemp

Digital Learning Consultant, Ignite EdTech Pte Ltd
As a keynote speaker, workshop host and global Education Consultant Craig works with Departments, Ministries, School Leadership, School Communities and Educators to understand, design, and implementdigital learning solutions and transformations to improve teaching practice and student... Read More →


Saturday October 5, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm

1:15pm

Virtual Discoveries with Geography: Learn more about your local area and share your discoveries with the world.
  • How to create a virtual field trip using Google Street View
  • Using 360 cameras to add your own content to Google Maps
  • I currently have 2.02 million views on Google Street view using my ‘Ricoh Theta S' 360 camera



    _______________________________________________________________________________________________
    Summit Reminders!
    Don't forget to complete the Acer Survey to enter the drawing for great prizes.
    Tweet your Summit photo or 'aha' thought using #GooglePD
    Evaluate this session here.  

Speakers
avatar for Adam Torrens

Adam Torrens

Head of Global Collaboration, Stamford American International School in Singapore
Adam is head of Global Collaboration at Stamford American International School in Singapore. Coming from Queensland, Australia, Adam has been an educator for over 10 years with 7 years experience as both a classroom teacher for kindergarten and primary students and as a Digital Learning... Read More →


Saturday October 5, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm

2:15pm

Coffee Break
Saturday October 5, 2019 2:15pm - 2:30pm
TBA TBA

2:30pm

Breaking down classroom walls virtually (expeditions)









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________________________________________________________________________________________
Summit Reminders!
Don't forget to complete the Acer Survey to enter the drawing for great prizes.
Tweet your Summit photo or 'aha' thought using #GooglePD
Submit your Demo Slam here!

Speakers
avatar for Craig Kemp

Craig Kemp

Digital Learning Consultant, Ignite EdTech Pte Ltd
As a keynote speaker, workshop host and global Education Consultant Craig works with Departments, Ministries, School Leadership, School Communities and Educators to understand, design, and implementdigital learning solutions and transformations to improve teaching practice and student... Read More →


Saturday October 5, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm

2:30pm

Managing PBL with EdTech
Speakers
avatar for Eric Burton

Eric Burton

Head of English Department, Cheongna Dalton School
After a career as a mainframe programmer / data analyst at the University of Florida, Eric switched gears and moved to South Korea, where he has lived and taught since 2010. He is currently the Head of the English Department at Cheongna Dalton School in Incheon, where he has been... Read More →


Saturday October 5, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm

2:30pm

Starting an Esports program or club in your school
Many schools worldwide are now in the early stages of looking at the use of video games in education, and even going as far as to form Esports teams. In this round-table discussion with AppsEvents Director Dan Taylor we look at:
  1. The big picture of Esports in schools 
  2. Case studies from schools around the world about how they have started and grown their Esports programs and clubs
Links:
Benefits of Esports in schools - British Esports Association
How Schools are converting Esports into learning 

Speakers
avatar for Dan Taylor

Dan Taylor

Director, AppsEvents
Dan Taylor is from the UK and the Director of AppsEvents. After studying Systems Engineering at University he worked as a management consultant where he developed a passion for EdTech projects. He has been involved in the Google Education community since the launch of Google Apps... Read More →


Saturday October 5, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm

2:30pm

Advanced Design work in the cloud
Create visually appealing Resumes, images and online documents in the Cloud. 
Using a range of different services and webapps, it is possibe to rival application such a Adobe Illustrator, InDesign, and Photoshop, you just need to know where to look! I will share a number of different websites and resources with you, you can use with your students or by yourself to begin designing and creating.

Having a background in grahic web design, as well as Primary and secondary teaching, I've been able to explore design from a different point of view and will share with you the tools I've discovered along this journey.

At the end of the session you will:
- Have an alternative for Illustrator in the cloud (Simplified, and Complex).
- Have a Photoshop rival in the Cloud.
- Have the basic tools needed to begin designing your own resumes, websites or documents.


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Summit Reminders! 
Don't forget to complete the Acer Survey to enter the drawing for  great prizes.
Tweet your Summit photo or 'aha' thought using #GooglePD
Evaluate this session here.

Speakers
avatar for Sethi De Clercq

Sethi De Clercq

ICT/CS Subject Leader, St. Andrews International School Samakee
Sethi is passionate about technology integration and how this impacts education, and student learning. He is a Google for Education Certified Trainer, Google Certified Innovator, and Computing Subject leader. Having been a teacher for over 15 years, he has had the privilege of leading... Read More →


Saturday October 5, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm

3:30pm

Closing Session and Demo Slams
Saturday October 5, 2019 3:30pm - 4:00pm
360 Auditorium

5:00pm

Join us for a Networking Party
A big part of any successful PD event is great social and networking activities.

Join us for a gathering at Octave Rooftop Lounge & Bar located at Sukhumvit Road Soi 57, Klongtan Nua, Wattana, Bangkok, Thailand


Saturday October 5, 2019 5:00pm - 7:00pm
 
Sunday, October 6
 

9:00am

Keynote
Sunday October 6, 2019 9:00am - 10:00am
360 Auditorium

9:40am

Green screen and Google Photos

Are you curious about the use of green screen or virtual reality in the classroom and how to make videos or images that use Green screen. Basically, green screen technology is the superimposition of one image over another. This can be achieved by using applications such as Green screen by Do Ink, Veescope, Photoshop or iMovie (2019 update). In this session, we will learn how to use Green screen by Do Ink in order to create our own green screens for educational purposes, such as making news reports or student presentations. No experience is needed in order to partake in this course...just curiosity and enthusiasm. The Green screen by Do Ink is a paid app but very versatile and very user friendly.  
I can set up a green screen 

I can upload images or videos into Green screen app (iMovie or Green screen by Do Ink) 

I can create a green screen image or video 

I can export my video to Google Photos 
Attendees will develop their confidence in using green screen technology.  

Attendees will be empowered to create through sharing of good practice, ideas and resources. 

Attendees will become more familiar with how to create their own videos using green screen technology and sharing their knowledge with colleagues.


Speakers
avatar for Gabriel Flores

Gabriel Flores

Primary Teacher, Ed Tech Coach, Amnuay Silpa Bilingual School
My name is Gabriel Flores. I am an Ontario Certified Teacher (OCT), Google for Education Certified Trainer, Apple Teacher, Microsoft Innovative Educator, Common Sense Educator, ISTE member and Twitter enthusiast: @EdTechMrFlores I am continuously looking for ways to integrate technology... Read More →


Sunday October 6, 2019 9:40am - 10:40am

9:40am

Creating Immersive Virtual Tours With Google Tour Creator
In this session, teachers will practice creating immersive virtual tours relevant to the subject they teach using Google Tour Creator. We will explore existing tours and how VR tours can be used in lessons, we will look at Tour Creator templates and make a guided tour using a 360° camera. Ideal for passionate teachers who are interested in new opportunities to engage students using technology. 
understand Google Tour Creator, understand how virtual tours can be used in the classroom by choosing a tour relevant to their subject, creating a practice guided virtual tour using a 360° camera
Teachers will gain an understanding of VR technology, they will explore how this promising technology can be used in the classroom, they will collaborate on designing teaching process using VR and will learn how to use tools provided by Google, such as Google Tour Creator to make their own VR lesson materials. 

Speakers
avatar for Ilia Vialykh

Ilia Vialykh

Secondary teacher (ICT), Satit Bilingual School of Rangsit University
ICT / Robotics teacher, a tech enthusiast 


Sunday October 6, 2019 9:40am - 10:40am

9:40am

Introduction to G Suite Administration - Part 1
This session is part 1 of 2 sessions held on day 1 of the summit to become an AppsEvents Certified Admin.

Topics covered:
  1. Intro: What is Google Apps Admin?
    1. What does it mean to be an administrator
    2. What can you do that other users can’t do
  2. How to access, navigate and customize the admin control panel
    1. The 3 ways to access the admin control panel
    2. Getting around the menus (explain there is multiple ways to do the same task in Admin)
    3. Customizing the admin home screen
  3. Users
    1. Create multiple users from a spreadsheet
    2. Create a user manually
    3. Suspend a user
    4. Transfer docs from a user
    5. Sub organizations
      1. Create sub orgs for teachers and students
      2. create sub sub orgs for year started (cohort)
      3. Move student to a different sub org
  4. Google Apps
    1. Settings for email
      1. Set up Labs
      2. Enable offline gmail
      3. Set up filtering on ‘Objectionable content’ keywords
      4. Blocking email for a younger student sub org
    2. Settings for calendar
      1. Enable Calendar labs
      2. Creating a resource calendar
    3. Settings for Drive
      1. Internal or external sharing
      2. Offline Drive
    4. Settings for Classroom
      1. Managing the verified teacher list
    5. Settings for Sites
      1. Internal or external sharing
    6. Turning off apps off for a sub org



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Summit Reminders!
Don't forget to complete the Acer Survey to enter the drawing for great prizes.
Tweet your Summit photo or 'aha' thought using #GooglePD

Speakers
avatar for Dan Taylor

Dan Taylor

Director, AppsEvents
Dan Taylor is from the UK and the Director of AppsEvents. After studying Systems Engineering at University he worked as a management consultant where he developed a passion for EdTech projects. He has been involved in the Google Education community since the launch of Google Apps... Read More →


Sunday October 6, 2019 9:40am - 10:40am

9:40am

Developing Global Collaboration practices and processes in the classroom.
  • Getting teachers to experience Global Collaboration with Global Events 
  • Having teachers and students reflecting on the processes, not the event itself
  • Creating your own network to maximize Global Collaboration opportunities


    _______________________________________________________________________________________________
    Summit Reminders!
    Don't forget to complete the Acer Survey to enter the drawing for great prizes.
    Tweet your Summit photo or 'aha' thought using #GooglePD
    Evaluate this session here.  

Speakers
avatar for Adam Torrens

Adam Torrens

Head of Global Collaboration, Stamford American International School in Singapore
Adam is head of Global Collaboration at Stamford American International School in Singapore. Coming from Queensland, Australia, Adam has been an educator for over 10 years with 7 years experience as both a classroom teacher for kindergarten and primary students and as a Digital Learning... Read More →


Sunday October 6, 2019 9:40am - 10:50am

10:40am

Coffee Break
Sunday October 6, 2019 10:40am - 10:50am
TBA TBA

10:50am

Technology is NOT Scary. Tools to Help.

Take a deep breath. It will be okay. You are here. You can be techie. This workshop gives you a number of different ways to inspire yourself, or your colleagues to increase their tech in the classroom in useful ways. Tons of resources which we will walk through and use. These are not just some random list, but these have been tried out in classrooms. The list of tools ranges from increasing student voice, checking for understanding, coding options, digital citizenship, and digital skill training. Tools include activities that can be aligned to standards and those that can be linked / synced to Google Classroom. This is for beginners and intermediates to the world of Tech, especially those that are looking for something to help give their classroom that special something.
Attendees will learn about various ways to capitalize on the productive use of technology within the classroom. Through the use of games (both participation by attendees and demonstration). They will use a variety of tools to learn how to increase tech in the classroom so that students choice and voice can be heard. These tools will be shown and used to show how checks for understanding can be done with a variety of ways. It will be a hands-on session where participants tryout many different forms of web-based activities / applications within a 21st century classroom.
LO-5-1 Participants who demonstrate an understanding will be able to select an appropriate tool as a formative assessment and create an assessment.
LO-5-2 Participants who demonstrate an understanding will be able to install, log-in, sign-up, or provide codes to enroll students in several of these tools to increase a student’s ability to express themselves.


Speakers
avatar for Joseph Wood

Joseph Wood

Secondary Teacher, Grace International School
I am a lover of #EdTech. I love classroom #innovation and creativity. I am passionate about standards based learning through #sblchat and the use of #hyperdocs and blended learning.  I seek to promote #equity in classroom. I am a Certified Trainer #GoogleET. I encourage a #growthmindset.I... Read More →


Sunday October 6, 2019 10:50am - 11:50am

10:50am

Google streetview 360 for all classrooms











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________________________________________________________________________________________
Summit Reminders!
Don't forget to complete the Acer Survey to enter the drawing for great prizes.
Tweet your Summit photo or 'aha' thought using #GooglePD
Submit your Demo Slam here!

Speakers
avatar for Craig Kemp

Craig Kemp

Digital Learning Consultant, Ignite EdTech Pte Ltd
As a keynote speaker, workshop host and global Education Consultant Craig works with Departments, Ministries, School Leadership, School Communities and Educators to understand, design, and implementdigital learning solutions and transformations to improve teaching practice and student... Read More →


Sunday October 6, 2019 10:50am - 11:50am

10:50am

Introduction to G Suite Administration Part 2
  • We continue to learn how to perform the most common tasks performed by Google Apps Admins including:
    1. More Google Apps
      1. Settings for Google+
        1. Turn off for sub orgs with under 13’s
        2. Overriding birth date settings where entered incorrectly and locked by student
      2. Settings for Chrome browser
        1. Setting the homepage
    2. Groups
      1. Differences between Groups and sub orgs
      2. Managing classes through groups
      3. Using Groups for projects, clubs and mailing lists
      4. Groups roles and permissions
    3. Reports
      1. Navigating the reports menu
      2. Set up alerts for suspicious activity
    4. Mobile Admin App for Android and iPhone
      1. Create a user from the mobile app
    5. Preparation for the afternoon certification sessions








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      Summit Reminders!
      Don't forget to complete the Acer Survey to enter the drawing for great prizes.
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Speakers
avatar for Dan Taylor

Dan Taylor

Director, AppsEvents
Dan Taylor is from the UK and the Director of AppsEvents. After studying Systems Engineering at University he worked as a management consultant where he developed a passion for EdTech projects. He has been involved in the Google Education community since the launch of Google Apps... Read More →


Sunday October 6, 2019 10:50am - 11:50am

10:50am

The most powerful GSuite App you are not using! Empowering teachers and leaders with Data Studio
The most powerful GSuite App you are not using!

Google's Data Studio takes your forms data analysis to the next level!

Create visual reports on huge data sets that can be shared and used to understand where your school is heading.





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Don't forget to complete the Acer Survey to enter the drawing for great prizes.
Tweet your Summit photo or 'aha' thought using #GooglePD
Evaluate this session here.




Speakers
avatar for James Sayer

James Sayer

Head of Math, IT Coordinator, Patumwan Demonstration School
James is the Head of Mathematics and IT Coordinator for Patumwan Demonstration School's international program in Bangkok. As Google Apps and Moodle LMS administrator James has conducted a variety of training sessions for different schools and supported teachers through best use of... Read More →


Sunday October 6, 2019 10:50am - 11:50am

11:50am

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Sunday October 6, 2019 11:50am - 12:00pm
TBA TBA

12:00pm

Make some Noise - Music making with Chromebooks
We will get to know websites and tools on your phone to make noise. Some tools are basic and easy to use, others might surprise you with their quite sophisticated interface and possibilities. With many of those, you will be able to make proper music-tracks as well, however the limited time will not allow us to finaliye a song. Important is that you get an overview of what is possible and you can use these to distort any students worry that music making is reserved for experienced musicians only.

In the first half attendees will be introduced to websites which help students understand the basics of music, music making, studio setup-wiring, tone modification, and even tone synthesis) synthesizers. In the second half there will be a free practice: Attendees will get the links to all tools and choose what they want to try out in more detail. According to the audience wants and needs we will have a further look into publishing possibilities and how collaboration in music making is possible.

Attendees will be inspired to experience/let their students experience music making online. Attendees will be given the tools to encourage music making in class. All will get a slideshow with all the links, so they can practice and indulge after the summit as well. 

Speakers
avatar for Ralf Siegesmund

Ralf Siegesmund

Educational Technology Coordinator, British Columbia International School Bangkok
I have been using from day one. sheets and the ready-made scripts were the starting point for my fascination with GApps. Since I have had so many great epiphanies in the classroom where this magic effect takes place when learners realize what possibilities the collaboration process... Read More →


Sunday October 6, 2019 12:00pm - 1:00pm

12:00pm

Digital Citizenship Round Table Discussion
How do schools offer digital citizenship training for students and what approaches are currently successful? What tools are teachers and school using and what types of formal programming is established?

These are the types of questions we will tackle in our efforts to address this challenging topic.

Participants should be able to share ideas and learn from others in ways that help us further support our children in being safe online and developing a positive digital footprint.


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Speakers
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Dan Taylor

Director, AppsEvents
Dan Taylor is from the UK and the Director of AppsEvents. After studying Systems Engineering at University he worked as a management consultant where he developed a passion for EdTech projects. He has been involved in the Google Education community since the launch of Google Apps... Read More →


Sunday October 6, 2019 12:00pm - 1:00pm

12:00pm

YouTube, the ins and outs
Are you serious about Youtube or have students that are expressing an interest at creating rather than consuming video? This session might be for you then, Having been on YouTube for over 5 years as a creator being YouTube Certified in Channel and Content Growth, I will walk you through the ins and outs of YouTube Branding, Creation, Monitization and more advanced features.

Expect to learn more about the YouTube analytics, monitization settings and the YouTube algorithm by diving into my very own analytics and seeing what affects growth.
Make sure your channel succeeds and has the best chances of growing by attending this session.

After this session you will:
- Understand the basics of YouTube's Algorithm
- Have an Idea of how channel branding can help or stop growth.
- Have a deeper understanding of how to monitize your online content
- Have a clear plan for your own channel as to take it to the next level!




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Summit Reminders! 
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Evaluate this session here.

Speakers
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Sethi De Clercq

ICT/CS Subject Leader, St. Andrews International School Samakee
Sethi is passionate about technology integration and how this impacts education, and student learning. He is a Google for Education Certified Trainer, Google Certified Innovator, and Computing Subject leader. Having been a teacher for over 15 years, he has had the privilege of leading... Read More →


Sunday October 6, 2019 12:00pm - 1:00pm

1:00pm

Lunch & Prizes then Departure
Sunday October 6, 2019 1:00pm - 1:30pm
360 Auditorium