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Learning Session #2 [clear filter]
Thursday, September 7


Clearing a Path for All Students to Own Their Future

Explore the College Board’s resources and services to prepare students for a successful transition to college using the SAT Suite of Assessments (SAT, PSAT/NMSQT, PSAT 10 and PSAT 8/9), K-12 Integrated Data Portal, and AP Potential and Instructional Planning Reports to close achievement gaps. Dive into the College Board/Khan Academy Official SAT® Practice partnership by experiencing personalized instruction and practice to help students fill their knowledge gaps and take a journey on connecting low-income and minority students to scholarships, college credit, college admissions applications, and assessment fee waivers.

Audience: Middle Teacher, High School Teacher, Middle School Counselor, High School Counselor, Middle School Administrators, High School Administrators, Superintendent, District Office Leaders



Scott Hill

Vice President, State and District Partnerships, The College Board
Scott Hill is vice president at the College Board, where he leads the team that supports students, teachers, schools, and higher education institutions in the western region. Hill joined the College Board in 2013. For more than 20 years, Hill served in various leadership positions... Read More →

Tacey Rodgers

Director, K-12, College Board
Tacey Rodgers began her career in education serving within Adult Education. By divine order, she began with the College Board in August 2011 and has the opportunity to serve California districts as they define what it means to provide access to all. Tacey will complete her doctorate... Read More →


Thursday September 7, 2017 2:30pm - 3:45pm
Marina 5


Expanding Engagement, Equity, and Access Through Technology

With ever-increasing options, integrating technology into instruction can seem overwhelming. Join us for an interactive session to learn easy and innovative ways to engage students (and staff) and facilitate learning through technology. We will share a Systems Leadership Framework and explain how technology connects throughout the framework, supporting your ability to lead various initiatives within your system. We will discuss how technology can be used to facilitate learning, engagement, and differentiation to increase equity and access for all students. Lastly, we will address finding the balance between using screen time and face-to-face interaction to continue to develop communities of learners.

Please note that this session is interactive and a device is suggested for full participation. 

Audience: Elementary Teacher, Middle Teacher, Elementary Administrators

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Feather Gentry

Director of Technology and Learning Support, Saint John School
Feather Gentry is the director of technology and learning support for a K-8 school in Encinitas. In addition to providing professional development for teachers, she serves as a support teacher for beginning teachers and recently completed her Preliminary Administrative Services Credential... Read More →

Tan Huynh

CEO, OClassrooms Educational Services
Tan Huynh is an accomplished math and science teacher working with middle and high school students. He is a technology enthusiast who has created his own apps. Huynh has recently completed his Preliminary Administrative Services Credential.

Jacqueline Riley

Instructional Coach and Teacher Consultant, Oceanside Unified School District
Jacqueline Riley is an instructional coach and teacher consultant for the Oceanside Unified School District. She leads with 18 years of teaching experience and 12 years supporting beginning teachers. Riley recently completed her Preliminary Administrative Services Credential and is... Read More →

Thursday September 7, 2017 2:30pm - 3:45pm
Nautilus 5