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Tuesday, October 25
 

9:30am EDT

Building Internal Capacity Through Instructional Innovation
North Brunswick Township High School is building internal capacity through instructional innovation by designing classrooms that shift teachers' roles from information dissemination to those that create the conditions under which students learn. Participants will explore how the district works with teacher-coaches, who are energizing professional development by facilitating workshops and coaching to create a new school-wide culture based around problem-based learning and student-centered classrooms.

Speakers
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Jennifer Diszler

Director of Curriculum Instruction & Technology, North Brunswick Township Public Schools
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Dr Nancy Sulla

President and Founder, IDE Corp
Dr. Nancy Sulla is the President and founder of IDE Corp. – Innovative Designs for Education – an educational consulting firm specializing in instructional and organizational design. Dr. Sulla began her career as a teacher, earned a Master’s Degree in Computer Science, and worked... Read More →


Tuesday October 25, 2016 9:30am - 10:30am EDT
21st Century Classroom on Exhibit Floor One Convention Boulevard Atlantic City, NJ 08401

10:00am EDT

Greenhouse Aquaponics
Our session will feature Greenhouse Aquaponic farming which is an Organic sustainable approach to farming year-round in a controlled environment. The Delsea High School Aquaponic Program has been in operation the for three years and benefits school and community

Speakers
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Gary Nelson

Horticulture Teacher and FFA Advisor, Delsea Regional High School


Tuesday October 25, 2016 10:00am - 10:30am EDT
Sustainable and Healthy Schools Center One Convention Boulevard Atlantic City, NJ 08401

11:00am EDT

Keeping School Documents and Records Secure: Control for Digital Management
This session will help members navigate and manage their current state of records management; on-site and off-site storage; and current record management policy and procedures. Learn about NJ Department of Treasure Rules and Regulations, what is driving the transition to electronic documents, and how to start.

1 QPA: Office Admin/General Duties

Attendees needing to receive a Certificate of Attendance must be scanned at the conclusion of the program. 

Speakers
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Patti Kanner

President, Kanner Connect
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Ro Kathuria

Document Engineer, Atlantic Tomorrows Office

Sponsors
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Atlantic Tomorrow's Office

Diamond Sponsor, Atlantic Tomorrows Office
The region's premier provider of office technology for NJ Schools. Atlantic delivers comprehensive end-to-end technology solutions to meet tomorrow's office challenges.


Tuesday October 25, 2016 11:00am - 12:00pm EDT
Room 420 One Convention Boulevard Atlantic City, NJ 08401

1:00pm EDT

Can ‘Print’ Strategies Help Districts Achieve Sustainability Objectives?
Session participants will learn cost-effective and easy-to-implement print strategies to meet your district's sustainability goals for 2016 and beyond. Session topics will include print strategies that save paper; choosing output devices that lower costs, and how print software can drive sustainability.

1 QPA: Information Technology

Attendees needing to receive a Certificate of Attendance must be scanned at the conclusion of the program. 

Speakers
JD

Jim DeWitt

Director, Software Solutions, Stewart
MH

Marcie Hausser

Senior Technology Consultant, Education, Stewart, A Xerox Company


Tuesday October 25, 2016 1:00pm - 2:00pm EDT
Room 405-406 One Convention Boulevard Atlantic City, NJ 08401

2:30pm EDT

Green Schools Matter
This program will present a detailed process to helps schools understand and harness the power of sustainable procurement, as a way to advance local and global initiatives. Attendees will learn how to incorporate sustainability in procurement decisions, and create change agents who will help lead your school and district toward your sustainable vision.

1 QPA: Green Purchasing
1 CEFM

Attendees needing to receive a Certificate of Attendance must be scanned at the conclusion of the program. 

Speakers
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Sue Figalora

Sustainability Ambassador, Atlantic Tomorrows Office
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Michael George

Director of Sustainability, Ricoh America's USA

Sponsors
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Atlantic Tomorrow's Office

Diamond Sponsor, Atlantic Tomorrows Office
The region's premier provider of office technology for NJ Schools. Atlantic delivers comprehensive end-to-end technology solutions to meet tomorrow's office challenges.


Tuesday October 25, 2016 2:30pm - 3:30pm EDT
Room 420 One Convention Boulevard Atlantic City, NJ 08401

4:00pm EDT

Are your Classroom Technology Investments Driving Student Outcomes?
As schools continue to invest heavily in classroom technology, School Boards, Administrations and the Community are starting to ask “Are we seeing the Appropriate ROI from these Investments?”. Learn about tools your administrations can be using that provides full visibility into what technologies and learning applications are being accessed by your students across your complete district. By understanding what applications are being used by individual, time of day and location, you can gain insights to where technology investments are working and where they need to be tweaked to improve the learning experience.

Speakers
avatar for Glenn Mitchell

Glenn Mitchell

K-12, Extreme Networks
Glenn Mitchell has over 30 years experience helping Commercial, K-12 and Higher Education Institutions position technology to move their organizations forward. Having been the CIO in multiple school districts, he worked with administration to develop and execute technology plans focused... Read More →


Tuesday October 25, 2016 4:00pm - 5:00pm EDT
Room 420 One Convention Boulevard Atlantic City, NJ 08401

4:00pm EDT

Finding Opportunity in Long-Term Debt Planning
In the 1990s, many New Jersey school districts issued bonds for capital projects. As those bonds are being paid off, now is the time to plan for new capital financing. Whether your district has long -term debt that is expiring, or you need ideas on financing capital facility improvements, you will learn how to thoughtfully and efficiently implement a capital finance plan.

1 QPA: Procurement Procedures

Attendees needing to receive a Certificate of Attendance must be scanned at the conclusion of the program. 

Speakers
RA

Robbi Acampora

Financial Adviser, Phoenix Advisors, LLC

Exhibitors
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Phoenix Advisors LLC

Diamond Sponsor, Phoenix Advisors LLC
Debt and lease financing refinancing and fiscal management solutions.

Sponsors
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Phoenix Advisors LLC

Diamond Sponsor, Phoenix Advisors LLC
Debt and lease financing refinancing and fiscal management solutions.


Tuesday October 25, 2016 4:00pm - 5:00pm EDT
Room 414 One Convention Boulevard Atlantic City, NJ 08401
 
Wednesday, October 26
 

9:30am EDT

Can ‘Print’ Strategies Help Districts Achieve Sustainability Objectives?
Session participants will learn cost-effective and easy-to-implement print strategies to meet your district's sustainability goals for 2016 and beyond. Session topics will include print strategies that save paper; choosing output devices that lower costs, and how print software can drive sustainability.

1 QPA: Information Technology

Attendees needing to receive a Certificate of Attendance must be scanned at the conclusion of the program. 

Speakers
JD

Jim DeWitt

Director, Software Solutions, Stewart
MH

Marcie Hausser

Senior Technology Consultant, Education, Stewart, A Xerox Company


Wednesday October 26, 2016 9:30am - 10:30am EDT
Room 414 One Convention Boulevard Atlantic City, NJ 08401

9:30am EDT

Establishing Goals K-12 to Realize the Full Impact of Digital Learning
Meaningful digital learning is a goal of schools everywhere. But while some schools look to address long-term trends, pressure to adapt to fads can sidetrack leaders from pursuing their goal of creating a connected campus. This session focuses on the larger issues -- distinguishing fads from trends -- and identifying certain "mega-trends" that will impact education and the basic structure of teaching and learning. Topics covered include how an outcomes-based approach to digital learning can help your school better plan for the successful adopting; and how simple models, such as student-laptop initiatives, can create a self-sustaining service.

Speakers
EL

Elliott Levine

Distinguished Technologist and Director of Education, HP, HP Inc.
Named the Inaugural EdTech 100 Top Global Influencers by EdTech Digest

Exhibitors
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ePlus Technology

Diamond Sponsor, ePlus Technology
ePlus is a leading systems integrator for the public sector in the United States. Holding more than 100 contracts ePlus currently works with numerous school districts universities and government agencies. Our experienced dedicated staff understands the nuances of IT and how they intersect... Read More →


Wednesday October 26, 2016 9:30am - 10:30am EDT
Room 405-406 One Convention Boulevard Atlantic City, NJ 08401

11:00am EDT

Turning Your Technology Into An Elevator For All Learners
This session will focus on how to leverage your existing investment in technology to elevate all learners. The discussion will focus developing strategies to integrate and leverage many of the common technologies found in classrooms to produce improved learning outcomes. We will also cover ways in which to leverage other tools and resources to make more sense of the technology and improve adoption by the students. The core of the discussion will cover whole class teaching, individualized instruction and peer-to-pear learning environments. We will also take note of emerging technologies such as Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality.


Wednesday October 26, 2016 11:00am - 12:00pm EDT
Room 415 One Convention Boulevard Atlantic City, NJ 08401

1:00pm EDT

Manage Student and Staff Printing
During difficult economic times, schools can make smart and budget-savvy decisions by managing printing services for educators and students. This presentation will teach districts how to track printing in a network environment, allowing allocation of printers for most efficient usage. Partipants will learn how to provide needed print access, while keeping control of costs.

Speakers
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Eric Knight

Director of Technology, Atlantic Tomorrows Office
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Linda Sylvestri

Govt Account Manager, Atlantic Tomorrows Office

Sponsors
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Atlantic Tomorrow's Office

Diamond Sponsor, Atlantic Tomorrows Office
The region's premier provider of office technology for NJ Schools. Atlantic delivers comprehensive end-to-end technology solutions to meet tomorrow's office challenges.


Wednesday October 26, 2016 1:00pm - 2:00pm EDT
Room 405-406 One Convention Boulevard Atlantic City, NJ 08401

2:00pm EDT

The Secret to creating the State’s best STEAM Facilities
What elements are common to the best STEAM facilities throughout the state? How would top educators design their spaces given a chance? What are the secrets to creating a functional, safe and conducive learning environment that facilitates STEAM-based courses? And the biggest challenge of all, how to pick resources, technology, and equipment that will fulfill the needs of the space for years?

Join Technology and Engineering teachers Shane Evans, Jason Erdreich and Bill Rumaker as they share secrets from their own experiences and the best iSTEAM classrooms around the state.

Speakers
JE

Jason Erdreich

Technology and Engineering Teacher, Madison Public Schools
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Shane Evans

Technology and Engineering Teacher, Freehold Regional HIgh School District
President Elect, NJTEEA
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Bill Rumaker

Technology and Engineering Teacher, West Deptford School District


Wednesday October 26, 2016 2:00pm - 2:30pm EDT
iSTEAM Command Center One Convention Boulevard Atlantic City, NJ 08401

2:30pm EDT

Establishing a Right-sized K-12 Information Security Program
Cyber risk is real, and you need to meet it head on. As threats to technology systems and data are on an exponential rise, the development of an information security program becomes critically important to combat and address technology risk. Attendees will learn about developing an information security program using a continuous risk management lifecycle approach. We will identify the components of a security program, review the continuous risk management methods and demonstrate how these concepts can be designed to fit into any organization regardless of size or industry. Discussions on how and where to get started on building a continuous risk management program will be presented with recommendations on how to get started in your organization.

1 QPA: Information Technology  
1 CEFM

Attendees needing to receive a Certificate of Attendance must be scanned at the conclusion of the program. 

Speakers
JA

John A. Otte

Principal Security Strategist Lead Auditor, ePlus Technology Inc
John A. Otte, C|CISO, CISSP, CISA, CISM, MBA, MSIA, ISO 27001 Lead AuditorePlus Technology, inc - Principal Security StrategistJohn is the Principal Security Strategist for ePlus. John is an accomplished Information Security and data protection professional with over 15 years of Systems... Read More →

Exhibitors
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ePlus Technology

Diamond Sponsor, ePlus Technology
ePlus is a leading systems integrator for the public sector in the United States. Holding more than 100 contracts ePlus currently works with numerous school districts universities and government agencies. Our experienced dedicated staff understands the nuances of IT and how they intersect... Read More →


Wednesday October 26, 2016 2:30pm - 3:30pm EDT
Room 415 One Convention Boulevard Atlantic City, NJ 08401

3:00pm EDT

Going Green with Smart Networks
This session will review strategies for reducing energy costs by as much as 50 percent by seeing, measuring and managing the energy of all IP (Internet protocol)-connected systems. Network-based monitoring of all devices and systems, regardless of vendor, allows for energy usage visibility, while providing advanced energy analytics and savings opportunities, enabling energy efficiency measures to be taken without affecting availability or productivity. Presidio can enable and support customers who want to reduce energy costs as much as 50 % by Seeing, Measuring, and Managing the energy of all IP-connected systems.

Speakers
EG

Eric Glock-Molloy

Director of Special Projects & Technology, Sayreville Board of Education


Wednesday October 26, 2016 3:00pm - 3:30pm EDT
Sustainable and Healthy Schools Center One Convention Boulevard Atlantic City, NJ 08401