2007 Showcase Conference Presenter Materials

This page includes a list of all OTEN grant recipients who are presenting at the 2007 Showcase Conference. Also listed are presenter titles as well as links to any handouts or other presentation materials that were submitted for posting. Many materials are available for download in their original format. Some presenteres have provided links to Webpages the contain presentation resources.

Presenter
Title
Document Download
Web Link
 
Session 1
   
Anne Ingalls -
Willamette University
Stories Through PowerPoint for High School English Language Learners    
Andy Beyer -
Willamette University
High School Multimedia Students Exploring and Creating Today's Advertising    
Chelsea Frankovich -
Willamette University
Using Digital Cameras and PowerPoint to Create Electronic Children's Books for the High School Language Classroom    
Desiree Kiesel -
Willamette University
Taming the Shrewd Student: Using I-Movie and Digital Media to Create a Visual Character Analysis for High School Language Arts Classes    
Joel Dunn -
Willamette University
Student-Created High School Campaign Commercials Using Digital Video and iMovie    
Susan Droke -
Willamette University
American Dreams: Using Digital Video to Shape and Sare Oral Presentations in a Junior Language Arts Class    
Aja Appel -
Pacific University - Forest Grove
1st and 2nd Graders Use Digital Cameras to participate in "Flat Stanley" Social Studies Project  
 
Amy Clark -
Pacific University - Forest Grove
“Si, Se Puedes”: 5th Graders Use Digital Video to Create a Documentary Film Exploring the Life and Work of Cesar Chavez    
Ana-Lauren McKeen -
Pacific University - Forest Grove
Learning Documentaries: Digital Video to Learn Weather in a 2nd Grade Classroom.    
Angela Scotto -
University of Portland
Enhancing the Journaling Experiences of 7th Graders Using an iPod in a 7th Grade Language Arts Classroom    
Anita Zijdemans-Boudreau - Pacific University - Forest Grove Integrating Technology into Practice: An Action Research Approach to Professional and Teacher Development    
Ann Pukstas -
University Of Portland
Using a Digital Video Camera to Enhance Self-Evaluation in an 8th Grade Speech Class    
Ann Schoepper -
Pacific University - Eugene
Insect Investigation: A study of photographic insects to enable students to visualize characteristics, structure, and function through the use of a projector in a second grade classroom       
Beth Bartuff -
Corban College
Wired for Sound: Engaging students with audio in PowerPoint and Inspiration for Elementary, Junior High and High School Students    
Brenda LeCarno -
Pacific University - Forest Grove
Someone Special: 4th Grade Students Use iMovie to Create Presentations About Hard-working Family Members    
Bridgett De Boer -
Pacific University - Forest Grove
1930's Era News Broadcasts: Using Digital Video in a High School Language Arts Classroom to Explore Historical Fiction    
Cammy Monroy -
Corban College
Technology in the Elementary Education Classroom using an InFocus Projector    
Cheryl Brous -
Pacific University - Forest Grove
A Meeting of Sides: The American Revolution Through the Eyes of the People (Digital Video in 5th Grade)    
Tyler Wallace -
George Fox University
The Use of PowerPoint and a Document Camera to Enhance Student Performance in High School Math    
Lenny Bunting -
Pacific University - Eugene
Projection for the Masses: The Impact of Increasing the Graphical Quality of Content for Elementary Students
Brianna Betoglio -
George Fox University
Comic Book Making: Linking text with picture cues in a meaningful way for a linguistically diverse class
Pamela Bailey -
Pacific University - Forest Grove
Supporting Emergent Literacy in a Technology-Rich 1st Grade Classroom: Multiple Student Resources    
 
Session 2
   
Cindy West -
Pacific University - Forest Grove
Supporting Emergent Literacy in a Technology-Rich 1st Grade Classroom: Author's Chair Using Digital Video    
Crystal Bayley -
Pacific University - Forest Grove
Cougar Critics: Using Digital Video to create Book Reviews in a 4th Grade Classroom
    
Darlene Morton -
Pacific University - Eugene
Perfect Projection in Fourth Grade: Using a Mitsubishi Projector to Explore, Experience, Enhance, Engage, Interact, Inspire, Illuminate, Motivate, and Master an Integrated Social Studies Unit    
Dave Purdy -
George Fox University
Use of Smart board Technology to Enhance Learning Team in Middle School Math    
David Sacquety -
University Of Portland
Using Digital Photography for Sixth Grade Autobiographies    
Debbie Keefer -
Pacific University - Forest Grove
The Writing Project: Employing a Laptop, Whiteboard and Document Camera to Enhance Writing in 5th Grade    
Deena Grossman -
University Of Portland
Composing with Sibelius Software in an Elementary Music Program    
Della Emerick -
Pacific University - Forest Grove
The Building Of A Memory: Using Digital Photographs to Support Community Building and Learning in a KDGN Classroom    
Donna Phillips -
George Fox University
Digital Voice Recording as a Classroom Data Source for Teacher Action Research    
Dottie Knecht -
Willamette University
Using Stimulating Video to Augment Your High School Science Class    
Emily Kearns -
University Of Portland
Using Digital Video Clips to Inspire Inquiry in a 7th Grade Science Classroom    
Erika Bramley -
University Of Portland
History All Around: Connecting to the Past in a 5th Grade Classroom Through the Use of Digital Photos    
Erin Gettling -
Pacific University - Forest Grove
“Future Meteorologists of America” - Using Digital Video to Integrate Science, Writing, and Speaking in a 1st/2nd Grade Classroom    
Evan Brammer -
Corban College
The Earth is an Apple and How I Learned to Fly: Using Google Earth, run from an Apple iPod, to bring real-world geography to the eyes of high schoolers    
Greg Whatley -
Willamette University
Chemistry Power Point Presentations for the Audi-Visual Intelligence    
Hope Long -
Pacific University - Forest Grove
Hiteon Action News: Digital Video Reports from the Oregon Trail by 4th Graders    
Jeff Nicholson -
Pacific University - Eugene
Using Classroom Performance Systems and a projector to achieve instant assessment and differentiation in a Middle School math classroom    
Jennifer Dorsey -
George Fox University
Digital Photo Collage: Cameras in High School Art    
Jennifer Fogherty-Gibson -
Pacific University - Eugene
Filling in the Holes; Teaching Media Literacy to Elementary Students Via Video and Literature    
Jennifer Olson -
Pacific University - Forest Grove
Listening and Learning Language: CD players and Recorded Books to Support Literacy in an Elementary ESL Classroom    
 
Session 3
   
Jenny Welty -
Corban College
Meeting Modifications with Technology in the Junior High Math Classroom    
Wanda Rohrer -
George Fox University
Supporting Middle School Mathematical Thinking with a Document Camera    
Julie Omiecinski -
Pacific University - Forest Grove
Using Photo Books to Aid with Literacy and Curriculum Study for Kindergarten Students    
JulieAnn Tommelein -
Willamette University
A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: Using Digital Cameras to Enhance the Learning and Development of Fifth Graders and English Language Learners in an Elementary School    
Kaitlin Nelson -
University Of Portland
Exploring Features and Graphs of Polynomial and Rational Functions in Pre-Calculus (9th-12th grades) Via a Graphing Calculator with a Viewing Attachment    
Kate Cahill -
University Of Portland
Advertising Reading: Using a Digital Video Recorder to Create Avid 4th Grade Readers    
Katie Pearson -
Pacific University - Forest Grove
History and Film: Enabling High School Students to Creatively Study History with Autonomy    
Kevin Carr -
George Fox University
Using InspireData Software to Explore, Visualize, and Analyze Data in All Grades and Subjects    
Kim Carson -
Pacific University - Forest Grove
Friends Across Continents - Using Technology to Create Correspondence Between Students in Zambia, Africa and Students at Banks Elementary School, U.S.A.    
Kimberly Kent -
George Fox University
Creating 21st Century “Books on Tape”: Using iPods and Garageband to Increase Reading Expression and Fluency with Second and Third Graders    
Lauren Gardner -
Willamette University
Projecting Art into Reality: How a Projector and Digital Cameras Bring Impressionism to Life in a Second Grade Spanish    
Josh Nicols -
George Fox University
The Use of a Document Camera to Enhance Learning of Middle School Geometry    
Leslie Y. Fukuyama -
University Of Portland
Building & Breaking Bridges: Using Digital Video in the Middle Grades to Explore Principles of Physics and Structure    
Lindsay Bahnsen -
Pacific University - Forest Grove
Earthquakes: What do Wave Measurements Tell 4th Graders? (Digital Video)    
Lisa Davies -
Pacific University - Forest Grove
Thumbs up or Thumbs Down? A 3rd Grade Digital Video Literature Review    
M. Jean Smith -
University Of Portland
Poetry Comes Alive: Using an iPod to listen to Poetry and Music in the High School Language Arts Classroom    
Madeleine Jackson -
Willamette University
Using a Projector to Enhance Science Curriculum in the First Grade Classroom    
Marci Judd -
Corban College
Bringing the Elementary Education Classroom to Life with Digital Projection    
Matt Parker -
Pacific University - Forest Grove
Who's This Story For: Using Digital Video to Capture Middle School Students Telling Stories Intended for Three Different Audiences    
Megan Lierman -
Corban College
Enhancing Mathematics Education for the Kinesthetic/Visual Learner in Junior High    
Naomi W. Gingerich -
George Fox University
Putting the Story Back in 1st Grade Story Problems Using Digital Media
 
Session 4
   
Megan Stewart -
University Of Portland
So You Think You Can Speak Well: Using Digital Video to Enhance 5th Graders' Public Speaking Skills    
Melissa Chapman -
Willamette University
High School Students Create Digital Video Newscasts on Topics from the Civil Rights Era    
Melissa Schachner -
Concordia University
The Math of Nature Through the Eyes of Preschoolers: Instructional Use of Digital Cameras    
Michelle Cornagey -
Willamette University
Building Roller Coasters Using an Infocus Projector in a High School Integrated Science Classroom    
Mollie McKibben Post -
Willamette University
The Art of Poetry: Using a Document Camera to Teach First Graders to Write Poetry Inspired by Works of Art    
Nalota Herms -
Concordia University
The World of Head Start: Everything our Students Want You to Know About Our School: An Informational Book Created as a Preschool Classroom Project.    
Wendy Wimer -
University Of Portland
Interactive Coordinate Graphing on Erasable White Boards in a 9th Grade Algebra Classroom    
Nathan Buck -
University Of Portland
Using Visual Modeling of Microsoft WORD to increase writing skills in the 12th grade classroom    
Nathan Conroy -
University Of Portland
Encouraging High School Students' Motivation, Learning and Classroom Management Through PDA Software, Easy Grade Pro    
Nick Jeffries -
Pacific University - Forest Grove
Physics in the Real World: Using Digital Video To Make Physics “Cool and Relevant” in High School    
Nicki Salisbury -
George Fox University
Visual Poetry: Using Comic Life Software in Middle School Language Arts    
Jennifer Horn -
Pacific University - Eugene
Documenting Oral Story Inventions with IPO: By listening to their voice recorded creations, first and second graders find enthusiasm for Language Arts as they learn storytelling skills from each other    
Phyllis Davis -
Pacific University - Forest Grove
Podcasting in the Art Room: iPods and Garage Band in High school Art Classroom    
Rachel Kriens -
Corban
Coordinated Movement: Middle schoolers using graphing calculators to demonstrate rules of coordinate transformations in geometry    
Rebecca Huot -
Willamette University
Using Low-Tech and More Versatile Document Camera Set up in a High School Biology Class to Enhance Communication and Comprehension    
Ryan Hagglund -
Willamette University
Using a Tablet PC and Wireless Projector to Create a “Mobile Smart board” for the Interactive Language Classroom    
Sarah Overby -
Corban
Using a digital projector in a secondary language arts classroom    
Sarah Zinzer -
Corban
Projecting big ideas: Using the digital projector in the junior. high and high school science classroom to enhance direct instruction    
Selma Craft -
University of Portland
Using an iPod to Explore the Music and Lyrics of Social Justice in Latin America in a High School Spanish Class    
Shalayne Yamamoto -
University Of Portland
Using 'Showcase of Our Achievements' Boards Constructed Via Digital Cameras to Enhance Student Learning and Facilitate Student Motivation in a 2nd Grade Classroom    
Leslie Douglass -
George Fox University
Discovering Self Through a Theoretical Lens Using Digital Media in High School Social Studies    
 
Session 5
   
Soren Overby -
Corban
Podcasting Around the World From a 7th grade Geography Classroom: Transforming a boring oral report into a well rehearsed broadcast using Apple's iPod + iTunes    
Stephanie Russell and Dan Knight - Willamette University Using Oral History to Enhance High School Students' Connections    
Susan Stein -
University Of Portland
Using digital pictures to enhance multiple intelligences in a thematic unit    
Susanne Dora -
Willamette University
Spell S-U-C-C-E-S-S: Adding Electronics to Our Writing Toolbox    
Suzy Chapman -
Pacific University - Forest Grove
History Speaks: A Fifth Grade Perspective on the American Revolution using Digital Video    
Nicole Heinlein -
Pacific University - Forest Grove
Digital Microscope to Enhance the Scientific Inquiry in 2nd Grade    
Thad Conwell -
Willamette University
“X” Marks the Spot - Elementary Students Learn Math with the Global Positioning System    
Thad Dennison -
University Of Portland
The Oregon Heritage Film Project: Digital Film-Making Using Student-Created Writing, Art and Narration (grades K-4)    
Theresa Ragsdale -
Willamette University
Self Evaluation of High School Foreign Language Skills Using Video Technology    
Tonya Mauk -
Pacific University - Forest Grove
Using Digital Video in 8th Grade Integrated Science to Deepen Learning    
Tracy Burford -
Pacific University - Forest Grove
Using Digital Cameras to Bring Geometry to Life in Middle School    
Elizabeth Gustafson -
George Fox University
Understanding Other Cultures and Making Friends While Learning; An E-mail Exchange Project  
Leila Cassel -
George Fox University
Digital Camera: High School Art Classroom Enhancement Tool    
Kara Johnson -
George Fox University
A New Outlook on Assessment Using Digital Media: Reading with First Graders    

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