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Industry Tour with ADOSH: Focus on Lab Safety

Tour Industry sites that are part of the Arizona Division of Occupational Safety and Health VPP safety partners. Learn how industry standards for safety can be implemented in your program. Bring your own PPE (safety glasses, hard hats, long pants, safety vest, boots). TRANSPORTATION WILL NOT BE PROVIDED FOR THIS EVENT-Please plan accordingly! LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED. Meet in Acacia at 7:00am.

AREA: Industrial Technologies Education
PREFIX: ATIEA/ITE

Presenters:

  • Jessie Atencio
  • Cindy Gutierrez
 
  • Friday, Jul 14
  • 7:00 AM
  • 3:00 PM
Meet in Acacia  
REG. REQ.  
 30.00
2
Learn to Make a Solar Car (Two Day Session)

This solar car session begins planning and design with basic electrical application, assembly, math, and a test drive. Walk away with plans and a full tummy. LUNCH IS INCLUDED BOTH DAYS.

AREA: Engineering, Information Technology And Manufacturing
PREFIX: ATIEA

Presenters:

  • Ann Marie Condes
 
  • Friday, Jul 14
  • Saturday, Jul 15
  • 8:00 AM
  • 8:00 AM
  • 5:00 PM
  • 5:00 PM
Sahuaro High School  
REG. REQ.  
 60.00
3
Utilizing Multiple Equipment to Create Classroom Projects

This will be a hands-on eight-hour workshop in which we will be making a project that will include programming a CNC router and then using the parts from that in a laser engraver to finish a project. We will be providing you with not only hands on knowledge but you will also receive several examples for projects that incorporate multiple pieces of equipment.

AREA: Engineering, Information Technology And Manufacturing
PREFIX: ATIEA/ITE

Presenters:

  • Rick Knisely
  • John Martincic
 
  • Friday, Jul 14
  • 8:00 AM
  • 4:00 PM
Westin  
REG. REQ.  
 55.00
4
SolidWorks/Mastercam for SolidWorks Art to Parts 1 and 2

Part 1-Utilizing SolidWorks and MasterCam, create geometry for making a guitar from a JPEG or Vector graphic, plus other 10 minute drills, plus the SolidWorks Student Certification Process Part 2- Making a SolidWorks 3D Part into Mastercam for SolidWorks to create a tool path for CNC operations.

AREA: Engineering, Information Technology And Manufacturing
PREFIX: ATIEA/ITE

Presenters:

  • Joe Brown
  • Jimmy Wahbeh
  • Terry Mason
 
  • Friday, Jul 14
  • 8:00 AM
  • 4:00 PM
Westin  
REG. REQ.  
 33.00
5
Premier Series: Instructional Best Practices (Two Day Session)

Ace your next evaluation! Teachers focus on design/delivery of relevant, engaging lessons. Emphasis placed on active participation, strong introductions, clear objectives, ways to meet objectives, and closures. An ADE approved PD event.

AREA: Interdisciplinary
PREFIX: ACTEAZ

Presenters:

  • Tina Gudvangen
  • Lisa Doll
 
  • Friday, Jul 14
  • Saturday, Jul 15
  • 8:00 AM
  • 8:00 AM
  • 4:00 PM
  • 4:00 PM
Westin  
REG. REQ.  
 135.00
6
Premier Series: Laboratory Safety and Management

This workshop is designed to help participants develop a laboratory improvement plan including management, clean-up procedures, safety procedures and meeting monitoring agency mandates. Participants will have the opportunity to evaluate their CTE labs and develop a management system for their CTE labs. Participants, who complete the lab safety course, have the opportunity to earn approved ADE credit toward standard certification.

AREA: Interdisciplinary
PREFIX: ACTEAZ

Presenters:

  • Oscar Olivas
 
  • Friday, Jul 14
  • 8:00 AM
  • 4:00 PM
Westin  
REG. REQ.  
 100.00
7
Premier Series: Classroom Management

Enhance your classroom management skills. You will identify and develop procedures and routines that are perfect for YOUR situation. We will take a deep look at the philosophy of "Discipline with Dignity" to ensure that you possess discipline strategies that are highly effective without escalating disruptive student behavior. You will leave this course having developed your procedures, routines, classroom rules and consequences. ADE Credit available.

AREA: Interdisciplinary
PREFIX: ACTEAZ

Presenters:

  • Julie Stockwell
 
  • Friday, Jul 14
  • 8:00 AM
  • 4:00 PM
Westin  
REG. REQ.  
 100.00
8
Premier Series: Work-Based Learning

In this course, teachers will create an effective WBL plan for their students while earning Co-op Endorsement. You will discuss a variety of models of work-based learning along with the associated forms, agreements, and guidelines. You will select the model that is appropriate for your situation and create a plan to implement WBL as a part of your premier program! ADE Credit Available.

AREA: Interdisciplinary
PREFIX: ACTEAZ

Presenters:

  • Bryan Kestle
  • John Mulcahy
 
  • Friday, Jul 14
  • 8:00 AM
  • 4:00 PM
Westin  
REG. REQ.  
 100.00
9
Pickling, Canning, and Preserving

During this half-day session participants will learn and practice both new and traditional methods of pickling, canning, and preserving foods. Participants will then apply these techniques to some classic and unique ingredients and have the opportunity to sample and take home some of the fruits of their labor! You must provide your own transportation.

AREA: Family And Consumer Sciences Education (FACS/FCCLA/FACSEd
PREFIX: FACS

Presenters:

  • Shawn Morris
 
  • Friday, Jul 14
  • 8:00 AM
  • 12:00 PM
JTED @ Santa Rita  
REG. REQ.  
 47.00
10
GCEF Day Tour of Tucson Area Print Facilities

Join your friendly and knowledgeable tour guides from the Graphic Communications Education Foundation (GCEF) to learn about real-world print production. This tour of two amazing Tucson-area mid- to large-scale print production facilities is always well-attended and highly-reviewed. TRANSPORTATION WILL NOT BE PROVIDED FOR THIS EVENT - Please plan accordingly! LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED. Meet in Aster I at 8:00 AM.

AREA: Business, Marketing & Communications Media (BUS/MKT/MEDIA/DECA/FBLA/SKILLSUSA/ ABEA/AME)
PREFIX: MEDIA

Presenters:

  • Graphic Communications Education Foundation
  • Graphic Communications Education Foundation
 
  • Friday, Jul 14
  • 8:00 AM
  • 4:00 PM
printCPG  
REG. REQ.  
 25.00
11
Film and TV Industry Tour of Tucson

Join your Film and TV colleagues, along with working industry professionals, to learn about real-world Tucson-area Film and TV production. This tour will provide you with up-to-date information about the Film and TV industries. TRANSPORTATION WILL NOT BE PROVIDED FOR THIS EVENT-Please plan accordingly! LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED. Meet in Primrose at 8:00 for a short meeting.

AREA: Business, Marketing & Communications Media (BUS/MKT/MEDIA/DECA/FBLA/SKILLSUSA/ ABEA/AME)
PREFIX: MEDIA

Presenters:

  • Paul Stapleton-Smith
  • Tim O'Grady
 
  • Friday, Jul 14
  • 8:00 AM
  • 4:00 PM
TBD  
REG. REQ.  
 25.00
12
NCCER ICTP Certification Workshop (Three Day Session)

The NCCER ICTP course provides the credentials you need to teach the nationally recognized NCCER standardized curriculum with the portable credentials your students deserve. NCCER has developed the Instructor Certification Training Program (ICTP) as part of the accreditation process. As a certified instructor you are demonstrating your commitment to meeting the standards set by industry. This program ensures the uniform and consistent delivery of training.

AREA: Industrial Technologies Education
PREFIX: IT/ATIEA

Presenters:

  • Samuel Colton
 
  • Friday, Jul 14
  • Saturday, Jul 15
  • Sunday, Jul 16
  • 8:00 AM
  • 8:00 AM
  • 8:00 AM
  • 5:00 PM
  • 5:00 PM
  • 5:00 PM
Westin  
REG. REQ.  
 235.00
13
Molecular Gastronomy Techniques

Participants will learn modern techniques, plating techniques, and how to implement these methods into their classroom! Rather than focus on what's been done in the past, this course introduces some new additive ingredients to add to their culinary repertoire! This is a hands-on class. Students attending shall be in chef attire with knife kits and closed-toed shoes. Need to provide own transportation.

AREA: Family And Consumer Sciences Education (FACS/FCCLA/FACSEd
PREFIX: FACS

Presenters:

  • Frank Coloma
 
  • Friday, Jul 14
  • 12:30 PM
  • 4:30 PM
JTED @ Santa Rita  
REG. REQ.  
 47.00
14
Masonry Training and Best Practices

Masonry Training: Industry professionals sharing knowledge and skills with participants in this hands-on workshop. If you are a new teacher, this is a must! If you are an experienced teacher, gain more practice focusing on SkillsUSA contests and Technical Standards. Participants must bring your own tools, wear proper PPE, and bring copies of masonry lessons/projects to share. 6:00 AM sharp start time!

AREA: Industrial Technologies Education
PREFIX: ATIEA/ITE

Presenters:

  • Lisa Prichard
 
  • Saturday, Jul 15
  • 6:00 AM
  • 11:00 AM
Young Block  
REG. REQ.  
 25.00
15
Camp M&M

This session is a must for New and Veteran CTE Administrators. This engaging workshop will address key topics, best practices, and relevant issues to CTE.

AREA: ACOVA
PREFIX: ACOVA

Presenters:

  • ACOVA Executive Board
 
  • Saturday, Jul 15
  • 8:00 AM
  • 3:30 PM
Hacienda del Sol  
REG. REQ.  
 150.00
16
Are You Career Literate? Using Arizona Career Ready Program

We are offering a full-day training in our Arizona Career Ready program, our professional development program, developed for Arizona educators to promote career literacy. The session will draw from the current four Career Ready Modules, review career and college research, explore current educational sources, have peer discussions, and write an action plan. Participants must plan to attend the full day training. LUNCH INCLUDED.

AREA: Interdisciplinary
PREFIX: GUIDANCE/INTERDISCIPLINARY

Presenters:

  • Meg Hughart
 
  • Saturday, Jul 15
  • 8:00 AM
  • 5:00 PM
Loews  
REG. REQ.  
 33.00
17
Simplify 3D: Effective and Versatile Slicing Software

This will be a hands-on training course using Simplify3D software to import, scale, rotate, and repair your 3D model and then apply customizable settings for complete control over your print. Simplify3D works with many different 3D printers on the market today. Every attendee will leave this workshop with two licenses of the Simplify 3D Software.

AREA: Engineering, Information Technology And Manufacturing
PREFIX: ATIEA/ITE

Presenters:

  • Rick Knisely
  • Phil Howardell
 
  • Saturday, Jul 15
  • 8:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Westin  
REG. REQ.  
 150.00
18
Premier Series: CTSO New Advisor Training

Managing a CTE student organization (CTSO) can be overwhelming. This workshop will provide you with the skills to do the job effectively and without pulling your hair out! Participants will learn organization and management, legal and ethical issues, and ADE requirements. You will work with your State Advisor throughout the day and work with other advisors in your CTSO. Bring your laptop. ADE Credit available.

AREA: Interdisciplinary
PREFIX: ACTEAZ

Presenters:

  • Julie Ellis
  • Tina Gudvangen
 
  • Saturday, Jul 15
  • 8:00 AM
  • 4:00 PM
Westin  
REG. REQ.  
 100.00
19
New Ag Teacher Induction Program

This workshop will help you get a solid start for the upcoming school year, including whom to ask those all-important questions and where to find necessary information.

AREA: Agriculture Education (AG/FFA/AATA)
PREFIX: AATA

Presenters:

  • Brian Fuller
  • Jadee Rohner
 
  • Saturday, Jul 15
  • 8:00 AM
  • 4:00 PM
Westin  
REG. REQ.  
 100.00
20
Jumping Genes Lead the Way

Written into the human genome is a record of our shared ancestry and how humans populated the globe. In this laboratory, students will use the polymerase chain reaction to detect a "jumping gene" in their own genome. They will then use publicly available databases and bioinformatics research tools to analyze results and discover knowledge that transcends the lab. Please bring your laptops.

AREA: Health Careers Education (HCE) (Health/Cosmetology/AZHCEA/HOSA/ and SkillsUSA)
PREFIX: HCE/HOSA

Presenters:

  • Uwe Hilgert
 
  • Saturday, Jul 15
  • 8:00 AM
  • 3:00 PM
Loews  
REG. REQ.  
 35.00
21
Vegetarian Cuisine

One of the more popular cuisines sweeping the country by storm is vegetarian cuisine. This class will incorporate the cuisines of the world while incorporating healthy cooking techniques, local ingredients, and hyper flavor without introducing any meat proteins. Participants will also be introduced to several meat, dairy, and gluten substitutions without sacrificing flavor. Need to provide own transportation.

AREA: Family And Consumer Sciences Education (FACS/FCCLA/FACSEd
PREFIX: FACS

Presenters:

  • Michael Carmel
 
  • Saturday, Jul 15
  • 8:00 AM
  • 4:00 PM
JTED @ Santa Rita  
REG. REQ.  
 94.00
22
Adobe Certification: Preparing Students for InDesign ACE

Becoming an Adobe Certified Expert (ACE) lets you announce you know your Adobe product. Rick Burress will show you how to teach with the end goal of achieving ACE certification. Rick is the President of the Arizona Chapter of the Adobe InDesign User Group. He consults at Arizona Highways Magazine (29 years), Origami Owl, and Grand Canyon University. BRING YOUR LAPTOP WITH INDESIGN PRE-INSTALLED.

AREA: Business, Marketing & Communications Media (BUS/MKT/MEDIA/DECA/FBLA/SKILLSUSA/ ABEA/AME)
PREFIX: MEDIA

Presenters:

  • Rick Burress
 
  • Saturday, Jul 15
  • 8:00 AM
  • 5:00 PM
Westin  
REG. REQ.  
 225.00
23
Typography: How to Finesse Type

Discover how to use type resources correctly and how to select the right font for the job. "Good type" results in higher retention and more effective calls to action. Peggy Deal is the Graphic Design Program Chair at the #4-rated Community College in America. She literally "wrote the book" of Graphic Design used in Universities around the country (with Dr. Z. A. Prust.)

AREA: Business, Marketing & Communications Media (BUS/MKT/MEDIA/DECA/FBLA/SKILLSUSA/ ABEA/AME)
PREFIX: MEDIA

Presenters:

  • Graphic Communications Education Foundation
 
  • Saturday, Jul 15
  • 8:00 AM
  • 5:00 PM
Westin  
REG. REQ.  
 225.00
24
Arizona Pesticide Safety Train the Trainer

Through this workshop, attendees will become qualified to provide Worker Protection Standard pesticide safety training to agricultural workers and pesticide handlers in Arizona. This course is ideal for growers, supervisors, labor contractors, healthcare providers, outreach educators, and others who will provide safety information to people who handle pesticides or work in areas where pesticides are used.

AREA: Agriculture Education (AG/FFA/AATA)
PREFIX: AATA

Presenters:

  • Jack Peterson
  • Ernesto Lugo
  • Jennifer Weber
 
  • Saturday, Jul 15
  • 8:00 AM
  • 4:00 PM
Westin  
REG. REQ.  
 33.00
25
The Mobile Movement: Technology at Every Stage

Are we preparing students for the technology skills that they will need in the new workplace? This session will focus on the importance of conveying 21st Century Skills of the 4 Cs: Critical thinking, Creativity, Communication, and Collaboration, as well as elevating hands-on technology instruction to engage 21st century learners.

AREA: Business, Marketing & Communications Media (BUS/MKT/MEDIA/DECA/FBLA/SKILLSUSA/ ABEA/AME)
PREFIX: BME

Presenters:

  • Corinne Hoisington
 
  • Saturday, Jul 15
  • 8:00 AM
  • 5:00 PM
Loews  
REG. REQ.  
 100.00
26
How to Edit Sick Videos with Adobe Premiere Pro

Learn how to make sick edits with Adobe Premiere! We'll tackle the ins and outs of the software's interface, look at a typical workflow, and explore some tricks to help you edit sicker videos. You'll explore real-world examples from different industries and master editing skills that are essential to becoming a rock star in the post-production world.

AREA: Business, Marketing & Communications Media (BUS/MKT/MEDIA/DECA/FBLA/SKILLSUSA/ ABEA/AME)
PREFIX: MEDIA

Presenters:

  • Shaun Martineau
 
  • Saturday, Jul 15
  • 8:00 AM
  • 5:00 PM
Westin  
REG. REQ.  
 185.00
27
Flipping Your Classroom: Using Web Tools to Engage Students

Everyone under 50 knows that lectures are boring and hands-on learning is fun. That's why flipping the class has become the new popular model. Learn how to effectively use web tools to engage the video game generation, leaving you more time for active learning or more specifically, the fun stuff. This workshop will get hands-on with the most popular tools used by educators.

AREA: Business, Marketing & Communications Media (BUS/MKT/MEDIA/DECA/FBLA/SKILLSUSA/ ABEA/AME)
PREFIX: BME

Presenters:

  • Jeff Bugge
 
  • Saturday, Jul 15
  • 8:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Loews  
REG. REQ.  
 0.00
28
Textiles: A Creative Exploration of the Basics and Beyond

A creative overview with hands-on opportunity exploring textile fibers, fabrication, methods of coloration, and printing. Participants will identify fiber content, explore the creation of yarns and fabric construction, and evaluate fabric finishes and techniques. The workshop will have industry artisans and professionals share experience and demonstrate basic principles of fibers and textiles. You must provide your own transportation.

AREA: Family And Consumer Sciences Education (FACS/FCCLA/FACSEd
PREFIX: FACS

Presenters:

  • Karen Lukacs
 
  • Saturday, Jul 15
  • 9:00 AM
  • 5:00 PM
Karen Lukacs Studio  
REG. REQ.  
 100.00
29
SkillsUSA Robotics and Automation Technology

This will be a hands-on workshop that will take instructors through the competition that is both at state and National SkillsUSA, Robotics and Automation Technology. We will go through the entire process of programming and wiring processes that is needed to compete in this competition.

AREA: Engineering, Information Technology And Manufacturing
PREFIX: ATIEA/ITE

Presenters:

  • Rick Knisely
  • Mark Weiss
 
  • Saturday, Jul 15
  • 1:00 PM
  • 4:00 PM
Westin  
REG. REQ.  
 0.00
30
Flipping Your Classroom: Using Web Tools to Engage Students (Repeat)

REPEAT SESSION! Everyone under 50 knows that lectures are boring and hands-on learning is fun. That's why flipping the class has become the new popular model. Learn how to effectively use web tools to engage the video game generation, leaving you more time for active learning, specifically the fun stuff. We will get hands-on with the most popular tools used by educators.

AREA: Business, Marketing & Communications Media (BUS/MKT/MEDIA/DECA/FBLA/SKILLSUSA/ ABEA/AME)
PREFIX: BME

Presenters:

  • Jeff Bugge
 
  • Saturday, Jul 15
  • 1:30 PM
  • 5:00 PM
Loews  
REG. REQ.  
 0.00
31
ACTEAZ Annual Board of Directors Meeting

ACTEAZ Annual Board of Directors Meeting. Julie Stockwell will give the State of the State Report for her term. This is the 1st Meeting for our new President for 2017-2018. All members are welcome to attend.

AREA: Association For Career Technical Education Of AZ (ACTEAZ)
PREFIX: ACTEAZ

Presenters:

  • Julie Stockwell
 
  • Saturday, Jul 15
  • 5:00 PM
  • 6:30 PM
Westin  
REG. NOT REQ.  
 0.00
32
FACS Ed Planning Meeting

Welcome new board members and receive updates for the new year. Because we need an accurate count, please register if you plan to attend. This meeting will take place at the Flying V Bar and Grill at Loews Ventana Canyon Resort and participants will purchase dinner on their own.

AREA: Family And Consumer Sciences Education (FACS/FCCLA/FACSEd
PREFIX: ECE/FACS/FCCLA

Presenters:

  • Tracie Carmel
 
  • Saturday, Jul 15
  • 6:00 PM
  • 7:30 PM
Loews  
REG. REQ.   Invitation Only
 0.00
33
Mountain Institute JTED Awards Ceremony

Join your colleagues at the annual MIJTED Awards Dinner at Summer Conference. Enjoy an evening of celebration with your peers as outstanding programs and instructors are recognized along with business and industry partners.

AREA: Joint Technical Education Leadership (JTED)
PREFIX: ACTEAZ/INTERDISCIPLINARY

Presenters:

  • Jeramy Plumb
 
  • Saturday, Jul 15
  • 6:00 PM
  • 8:00 PM
Westin  
REG. REQ.   Invitation Only
 59.00
34
Construction and Related Programs Best Practices

Five CTE Instructors from high school and postsecondary programs will be sharing best practices for Drafting, Sustainable Building Trades, Cabinetmaking, and Construction Estimating. All participants are encouraged to bring handouts, samples of your best lessons and/or project plans to share with others. PPE is required. (Required: safety glasses, long pants, boots, safety vest; hard hat optional) Classroom and outside demonstrations.

AREA: Industrial Technologies Education
PREFIX: ATIEA/ITE

Presenters:

  • Jamie Miller
  • Kenneth Myers
  • Allen Foster
  • Calvin Kupser
  • Kenneth Wilk
 
  • Sunday, Jul 16
  • 6:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Westin  
REG. REQ.  
 0.00
35
Counselors Welcome and Orientation

If this is your first time attending the ACTE Conference or you need an overview for this years' Counselor Strand, come join us. We will talk about the various breakout sessions, the networking lunches, other offerings, and tips. This drop in has been designed to help you get organized for a great experience at thr 2017 ACTE Summer Conference.

AREA: Guidance & Counseling (GC)
PREFIX: GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING

Presenters:

  • Kay Schreiber
 
  • Sunday, Jul 16
  • 7:00 AM
  • 8:00 AM
Loews  
REG. NOT REQ.  
 0.00
36
Automotive Best Practices

Best Practices/Best Ideas for Automotive Instructors. Instructors: bring lesson plans, ideas, pictures, diagrams; build sheets, etc. in order to share with your peers. This is an offsite workshop. Any materials and supplies for projects are to be taken back to attendees district if district pays registration.

AREA: Industrial Technologies Education
PREFIX: ATIEA/ITE

Presenters:

  • Jack Ramsey
  • Michael McAfee
 
  • Sunday, Jul 16
  • 8:00 AM
  • 3:00 PM
Sahuaro High School  
REG. REQ.  
 110.00
37
True Colors: Keys to Personal Success. What is Your Color?

The gateway to your personal and professional success comes from your ability to communicate successfully with others. We will discuss action steps to help build positive relationships through understanding of personal values and motivations. In a fun environment, we will learn how to understand our strengths, joys and values, needs, and stressors. We will also discuss how this impacts others to include our students.

AREA: Interdisciplinary
PREFIX: ACTEAZ/INTERDISCIPLINARY

Presenters:

  • Jacqui Clay
 
  • Sunday, Jul 16
  • 8:00 AM
  • 9:30 AM
Loews  
REG. NOT REQ.  
 0.00
38
Premier Series: CTE Program Management

What constitutes an "approved program?' Learn what is required to ensure that your program is in compliance and eligible to receive Federal, State and JTED funding. You will leave with the skills needed to manage a premier CTE program including work-based learning, technical skills assessment, advisory committees, CTSOs and more. ADE Credit available.

AREA: Interdisciplinary
PREFIX: ACTEAZ

Presenters:

  • Curt Bertelsen
 
  • Sunday, Jul 16
  • 8:00 AM
  • 4:00 PM
Westin  
REG. REQ.  
 100.00
39
Premier Series: Serving Special Education Students in CTE

This one-day training is designed to provide CTE educators and other interested parties with a broad understanding of special education. During the course of this workshop we will cover special education law, modifications, accommodations, interventions, the special education and Response to Intervention processes, and more. Our goal is to provide the tools you need to serve special needs students more effectively. ADE Credit available.

AREA: Interdisciplinary
PREFIX: ACTEAZ

Presenters:

  • Shelly Thome
 
  • Sunday, Jul 16
  • 8:00 AM
  • 4:00 PM
Westin  
REG. REQ.  
 100.00
40
ACTEAZ Fellows Leadership Orientation and Training

Leadership orientation for new ACTEAZ Freshmen Fellows for 2017-2018. Sophomore and Senior Fellows will also have continued leadership training during this time. All Fellows will start off with a joint session and then split into different training sessions.

AREA: Association For Career Technical Education Of AZ (ACTEAZ)
PREFIX: ACTEAZ

Presenters:

  • Christine Nelson
  • Michael Neu
  • Sharon Metzger
  • Jessica Reinsch
 
  • Sunday, Jul 16
  • 8:00 AM
  • 9:30 AM
Loews  
REG. REQ.  
 0.00
41
New Quality Assurance for AG Teachers

Learn all that you have to do in order to certify your students in the NEW Youth for the Quality Care for Animals so they can raise and show livestock in the state of Arizona.

AREA: Agriculture Education (AG/FFA/AATA)
PREFIX: AATA

Presenters:

  • John Hunt
  • Ken Johnson
 
  • Sunday, Jul 16
  • 8:00 AM
  • 12:00 PM
Westin  
REG. REQ.  
 25.00
42
Slow and Low

One of the most difficult techniques in cooking is braising, stewing, and BBQ. These techniques will be implemented throughout this class utilizing age-old classical cooking methods combined with a few newer ones. Various types of rubs, marinades and brines will be utilized to complete two different meals that include different smoking techniques. You must provide your own transportation.

AREA: Family And Consumer Sciences Education (FACS/FCCLA/FACSEd
PREFIX: FACS

Presenters:

  • Michael Carmel
 
  • Sunday, Jul 16
  • 8:00 AM
  • 4:00 PM
JTED @ Santa Rita  
REG. REQ.  
 94.00
43
Photography! Non-Destructive Image Editing with Adobe Camera Raw

Photoshop is a destructive image editor. Adobe Bridge and Lightroom are non-destructive image editors. Come learn the power of the Adobe Camera RAW editor that undergirds both. Understand the mind-blowing digital asset management tool that is Adobe Bridge. Rick Burress will take you in-depth through this Workshop and Lab (CS4 through CC2017). BRING YOUR LAPTOP.

AREA: Business, Marketing & Communications Media (BUS/MKT/MEDIA/DECA/FBLA/SKILLSUSA/ ABEA/AME)
PREFIX: MEDIA

Presenters:

  • Rick Burress
 
  • Sunday, Jul 16
  • 8:00 AM
  • 5:00 PM
Westin  
REG. REQ.  
 225.00
44
Graphic Design Fundamentals

In this highly interactive course, Peggy Deal will examine the elements and principles of design with projects for each. Includes clearly outlined goals and simple rubrics ready for outcomes assessment to facilitate improved student learning. BRING YOUR LAPTOP.

AREA: Business, Marketing & Communications Media (BUS/MKT/MEDIA/DECA/FBLA/SKILLSUSA/ ABEA/AME)
PREFIX: MEDIA

Presenters:

  • Graphic Communications Education Foundation
 
  • Sunday, Jul 16
  • 8:00 AM
  • 5:00 PM
Westin  
REG. REQ.  
 225.00
45
Flipping the Classroom

"Flipping the classroom" can transform your teaching practice! You no longer have to stand in front of your students and talk "at" them for an entire period. This radical change allows you to take on a different role with your students. One of the greatest benefits of "flipping the classroom" is that overall interaction increases: Teacher-to-student and student-to-student.

AREA: Business, Marketing & Communications Media (BUS/MKT/MEDIA/DECA/FBLA/SKILLSUSA/ ABEA/AME)
PREFIX: BME

Presenters:

  • Corinne Hoisington
 
  • Sunday, Jul 16
  • 8:00 AM
  • 5:00 PM
Loews  
REG. REQ.  
 100.00
46
Film & Video Production Bootcamp: Beginners to Advanced Teachers

In this information-packed training session, you will learn real-world, industry-tested techniques for all phases of the film and video production process, including planning, production, post-production, and distribution. You'll learn about cinematography, sound design, and lighting. Whether you're a novice or a seasoned professional, you will come away with tips and tricks to greatly improve your craft.

AREA: Business, Marketing & Communications Media (BUS/MKT/MEDIA/DECA/FBLA/SKILLSUSA/ ABEA/AME)
PREFIX: MEDIA

Presenters:

  • Paul Stapleton-Smith
  • Tim O'Grady
 
  • Sunday, Jul 16
  • 8:00 AM
  • 5:00 PM
Westin  
REG. REQ.  
 115.00
47
Plant Science Certifications

Come and learn more about the Plant Science Certification within the industry from ALCA (Arizona Landscape Contractors Association).

AREA: Agriculture Education (AG/FFA/AATA)
PREFIX: AATA

Presenters:

  • Brian Fuller
  • Kasey Billingsley
 
  • Sunday, Jul 16
  • 8:00 AM
  • 3:00 PM
Westin  
REG. REQ.  
 50.00
48
MBA Research: Free Resources for Business and Marketing Teachers

Be ready to roll up your sleeves and start using the free and sponsored resources provided through Arizona's partnership with MBA Research. Standards, Course Guides, Programs of Study, State's Connection, LAP Modules, the online Learning Center, and the CTSO connection will be covered in this fast-paced day-long session designed to get teachers thinking about and using these great resources- all tied to AZ standards.

AREA: Business, Marketing & Communications Media (BUS/MKT/MEDIA/DECA/FBLA/SKILLSUSA/ ABEA/AME)
PREFIX: BME

Presenters:

  • Brenda Clark
 
  • Sunday, Jul 16
  • 8:00 AM
  • 5:00 PM
Loews  
REG. REQ.  
 33.00
49
Creating Your Professional Brand Through Social Media

As our world becomes increasingly global, it is important to tap into virtual resources in a responsible manner to create your personal and professional brand as well as to market your ideas and products. This session will equip you with the tools you need to establish a professional brand in order to stand apart from the masses and create a strong, online presence.

AREA: Interdisciplinary
PREFIX: INTERDISCIPLINARY

Presenters:

  • Rachael Mann
 
  • Sunday, Jul 16
  • 8:00 AM
  • 9:30 AM
Westin  
REG. REQ.  
 0.00
50
What You Need to Know About Section 504

Writing student 504 plans can be a challenge. Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act is federal legislation that guides 504s. We will review the basics of the law, how it applies to K-12 students, and writing 504 plans to stay in compliance. Additionally, we will also review case studies and sample 504s. This session is designed to take the confusion out of 504s!

AREA: Interdisciplinary
PREFIX: GUIDANCE/INTERDISCIPLINARY

Presenters:

  • Katie Kostreva
 
  • Sunday, Jul 16
  • 10:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Loews  
REG. NOT REQ.  
 0.00
51
Understanding Social Security and ASRS Options

Commonly asked questions and need to know information from baby boomers and future retirees. Matt Julian and Bill Stead have a combined span of 40+ years of experience with helping individuals.

AREA: Interdisciplinary
PREFIX: ACTEAZ/INTERDISCIPLINARY

Presenters:

  • Matthew Julian
  • Bill Stead
 
  • Sunday, Jul 16
  • 10:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Westin  
REG. NOT REQ.  
 0.00
52
Mountain Institute JTED Teachers Meeting

All Mountain Institute Instructors are asked to attend this informative Pre-Service meeting where we will discuss the latest legislative updates, MIJTED calendar, program updates and requirements, and much, much more.

AREA: Joint Technical Education Leadership (JTED)
PREFIX: ACTEAZ/INTERDISCIPLINARY

Presenters:

  • Jeramy Plumb
 
  • Sunday, Jul 16
  • 10:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Westin  
REG. REQ.   Invitation Only
 0.00
53
CTE Administrators Meeting

Join ADE and CTE Stakeholders for the first CTE Administrators meeting of the school year! Meet your ADE/CTE Staff and find out what's new or improved in CTE! All CTE Secondary and Postsecondary Administrators and JTED Superintendents should attend this informative session!

AREA: Interdisciplinary
PREFIX: ACTEAZ/INTERDISCIPLINARY

Presenters:

  • Cathie Raymond
 
  • Sunday, Jul 16
  • 10:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Westin  
REG. NOT REQ.  
 0.00
54
Empowering Youth Through Community Volunteerism

This session will discuss various volunteer opportunities for youth with the American Red Cross. We will explore opportunities offered such as online classes and hands-on skills preparing students to fulfill roles in the community. We will also explore how volunteer work empowers youths and assists with career paths and leadership opportunities.

AREA: Interdisciplinary
PREFIX: HCE/HOSA

Presenters:

  • Philip Schauer
 
  • Sunday, Jul 16
  • 10:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Loews  
REG. NOT REQ.  
 0.00
55
MPS Summit

MPS Teachers and Counselors are invited to participate in the MPS Summit focusing on end of program assessments, recruitment, and retention. This will be a networking opportunity while working on Perkins goals. Lunch is included.

AREA: Interdisciplinary
PREFIX: INTERDISCIPLINARY

Presenters:

  • Marlo Loria
 
  • Sunday, Jul 16
  • 11:30 AM
  • 5:00 PM
Westin  
REG. REQ.  
 33.00
56
AZ CTE Quality Commission & Career Ready Education Stakeholders

Invitation Only! Combines the Arizona CTE Quality Commission and Career Ready Education Stakeholders Committee for presentations, activities, and discussions which focus on the mission and vision of Arizona CTE and the building of strong partnerships.

AREA: Interdisciplinary
PREFIX: INTERDISCIPLINARY

Presenters:

  • Carolyn Warner
 
  • Sunday, Jul 16
  • 1:00 PM
  • 4:00 PM
Westin  
REG. NOT REQ.  
 0.00
57
ServSafe Certification

Prepare for ServSafe, the most current and comprehensive food, beverage and operation training program developed in the industry. This is a training only. Certification Exam will be available immediately following. TEACHERS MUST PAY $10 ON-SITE AT THE CONFERENCE for the certification.

AREA: Interdisciplinary
PREFIX: FACS/FCCLA/BME/FBLA/BME/DECA/TSA

Presenters:

  • Jeremy Summers
 
  • Sunday, Jul 16
  • 1:30 PM
  • 5:30 PM
Loews  
REG. REQ.  
 100.00
58
Improvement Science in Healthcare

Improvement Science has its roots in healthcare and is now used as a model to discover what efforts lead to a substantial, desired change, and make an impact. How can improvement science cycles be used in the classroom? This session will explore research and application from Harvard experts and the Institute for Healthcare Improvement.

AREA: Health Careers Education (HCE) (Health/Cosmetology/AZHCEA/HOSA/ and SkillsUSA)
PREFIX: HCE

Presenters:

  • Rachael Mann
 
  • Sunday, Jul 16
  • 1:30 PM
  • 3:00 PM
Loews  
REG. NOT REQ.  
 0.00
59
Anatomy in Clay: Building the Forearm

Build muscles, ligaments, and vessels of the forearm out of clay on the 60% life size model. Discover the form, function, and injuries in these regions. Phlebotomy exercises uncover how the infamous first "stick" can be made easy with this experiential workshop of the muscles and vessels.

AREA: Health Careers Education (HCE) (Health/Cosmetology/AZHCEA/HOSA/ and SkillsUSA)
PREFIX: HCE

Presenters:

  • Kelly Canino
 
  • Sunday, Jul 16
  • 1:30 PM
  • 5:00 PM
Loews  
REG. REQ.  
 0.00
60
Video Gaming: Four Motivators Leading to Excessive Gaming

Can these motivators be used to help kick the habit? Come explore motivators leading to excessive gaming (i.e. temporary escape, social outlet, and immediate-constant growth). When does gaming become a distraction to school, employment, and healthy non-media activities? Video gaming is recognized in DSM-5 as Internet Gaming Disorder. There are strategies to use these motivators to help counteract excessive gaming behavior.

AREA: Guidance & Counseling (GC)
PREFIX: GUIDANCE/INTERDISCIPLINARY

Presenters:

  • Dino Recla
 
  • Sunday, Jul 16
  • 1:30 PM
  • 3:00 PM
Loews  
REG. NOT REQ.  
 0.00
61
What the Research Says

Update on What the Research Says about the value and importance of CTE. Come learn the latest information from Dr. John Mulcahy. This session is back by popular demand.

AREA: Interdisciplinary
PREFIX: ACTEAZ/INTERDISCIPLINARY

Presenters:

  • John Mulcahy
 
  • Sunday, Jul 16
  • 1:30 PM
  • 3:00 PM
Loews  
REG. NOT REQ.  
 0.00
62
Understanding Social Security and ASRS Options (Repeat)

Commonly asked questions and need-to-know information from baby boomers and future retirees. Matt Julian and Bill Stead have a combined span of 40+ years of experience with helping individuals.

AREA: Interdisciplinary
PREFIX: ACTEAZ/INTERDISCIPLINARY

Presenters:

  • Matthew Julian
  • Bill Stead
 
  • Sunday, Jul 16
  • 1:30 PM
  • 3:00 PM
Loews  
REG. NOT REQ.  
 0.00
63
Tempe Union High School District Summit

This session is required for all Tempe Union High School District attendees.

AREA: Interdisciplinary
PREFIX: INTERDISCIPLINARY

Presenters:

  • Stephaine Frimer
  • Michelle Crary
  • Shauna Demers
 
  • Sunday, Jul 16
  • 1:30 PM
  • 5:00 PM
Westin  
REG. REQ.  
 0.00
64
What is the Real Deal on Perkins and Legislative Issues

Find out what the Real Deal is on Perkins, State Funding, Legislative Issues, and Association Membership. Our speakers are back by popular demand with the latest information. There will be an opportunity to ask questions so be sure and attend.

AREA: Interdisciplinary
PREFIX: ACTEAZ/INTERDISCIPLINARY

Presenters:

  • Doug Meyer
  • Tina Norton
  • Chris Thomas
  • Dodie Bemis
 
  • Sunday, Jul 16
  • 1:30 PM
  • 3:00 PM
Loews  
REG. NOT REQ.  
 0.00
65
Arizona CTE Summer Conference First-Timers Session

This conference has over 1000 attendees, 200 sessions, and 2 major hotels. This can make your first time attendance a little overwhelming. Join the ACTEAZ Fellows for an informative round table session to help make the most of your experience.

AREA: Association For Career Technical Education Of AZ (ACTEAZ)
PREFIX: ACTEAZ

Presenters:

  • Christine Nelson
  • Michael Neu
  • Sharon Metzger
  • Jessica Reinsch
 
  • Sunday, Jul 16
  • 1:30 PM
  • 3:00 PM
Loews  
REG. REQ.  
 0.00
66
Python: A Great First Language to Learn Coding

Software development session utilizing Python for the first programming language in your programs. Check out this amazing resource and opportunities in the pythonroom.com.

AREA: Engineering, Information Technology And Manufacturing
PREFIX: ATIEA

Presenters:

  • Craig Fischer
 
  • Sunday, Jul 16
  • 1:30 PM
  • 3:00 PM
Westin  
REG. REQ.  
 0.00
67
U.S. Army Postsecondary Career/Financial Opportunities

The U.S. Army provides a myriad of educational and experience opportunities, which help high school graduates gain a marked competitive advantage for college education, occupational experience, and career goals, setting them up for long-term success and financial stability. Training and education are also requirements in today's military! Military entrance is selective and open to individuals who meet physical and mental fitness standards.

AREA: Interdisciplinary
PREFIX: ACTEAZ/INTERDISCIPLINARY

Presenters:

  • David Clukey
 
  • Sunday, Jul 16
  • 1:30 PM
  • 3:00 PM
Westin  
REG. NOT REQ.  
 0.00
68
Communicating and Delivering ECAPs to a Tech-Driven World

Through the use of new district web resources and Canvas LMS, Westwood High School models an integrated cross-curricular ECAP framework. This session will discuss the available AzCIS Curriculum, ECAP delivery at a 1-1 school, and ways to share student success timelines/resources with stakeholders. We will also discuss Westwood's new college and career facility (Compass Center) along with its trials and successes.

AREA: Guidance & Counseling (GC)
PREFIX: GUIDANCE/INTERDISCIPLINARY

Presenters:

  • Chris Hoerber
 
  • Sunday, Jul 16
  • 3:30 PM
  • 5:00 PM
Loews  
REG. NOT REQ.  
 0.00
69
FFA Advisory Board Meeting

This will be the first of two annual meetings of the FFA Advisory Board. This board advises the State FFA Executive Secretary.

AREA: Agriculture Education (AG/FFA/AATA)
PREFIX: AATA

Presenters:

  • Bethany Masters
  • Jadee Rohner
 
  • Sunday, Jul 16
  • 3:30 PM
  • 5:00 PM
Westin  
REG. REQ.  
 0.00
70
Summer Conference Keynote Session

Join us for the Keynote Session of the ACTE 2017 Summer Conference co-sponsored by ACTEAZ and ADE.

AREA: Interdisciplinary
PREFIX: ACTEAZ/INTERDISCIPLINARY

Presenters:

  • Julie Stockwell
 
  • Sunday, Jul 16
  • 5:30 PM
  • 7:00 PM
Loews  
REG. REQ.  
 0.00
71
ACTEAZ Presidents' Networking Session

The ACTEAZ Presidents cordially invite attendees to celebrate the opening of our ACTE Summer Conference. Our ACTEAZ Sponsors will also be introduced. Enjoy complimentary refreshments as our guest. Cash bar for libations. This session will start immediately after Keynote Session.

AREA: Interdisciplinary
PREFIX: ACTEAZ/INTERDISCIPLINARY

Presenters:

  • Julie Stockwell
 
  • Sunday, Jul 16
  • 7:00 PM
  • 8:00 PM
Loews  
REG. REQ.  
 0.00
72
Construction Career Pathways Event

Construction Career Pathways teams up with Industry and Education to focus on developing vital partnerships through collaboration, goal setting, and showcasing Arizona student success stories to strengthen the relationships needed for producing skilled workers in Arizona.

AREA: Industrial Technologies Education
PREFIX: ATIEA/ITE

Presenters:

  • Cindy Gutierrez
  • Ashleigh Potuznik
  • Christina Catron
 
  • Monday, Jul 17
  • 7:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Westin  
REG. REQ.  
 0.00
73
Advisors of State FFA Officers

Informational meeting about expectations of being an advisor of a State FFA Officer.

AREA: Agriculture Education (AG/FFA/AATA)
PREFIX: AATA

Presenters:

  • Bethany Masters
  • Bruce Watkins
 
  • Monday, Jul 17
  • 7:00 AM
  • 8:00 AM
Westin  
REG. REQ.  
 0.00
74
Snap-on Updates

Light/Medium Duty Vehicle Diagnostics: Beyond basic training! Learn to use scan data, component testing, lab scope, current ramping and repair information to improve diagnostic skills. Explore new troubleshooting techniques, code set criteria, and monitors to streamline diagnostic procedure. Follow through case studies diagnosing real-time problems using fault codes, PID data, available repair/troubleshoot information, and bi-directional test to uncover and repair issues.

AREA: Industrial Technologies Education
PREFIX: ATIEA/ITE

Presenters:

  • Michael McAfee
  • David May
 
  • Monday, Jul 17
  • 8:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Westin  
REG. NOT REQ.  
 0.00
75
Game Changing Strategies

Join dynamic education expert Mark C. Perna as he unveils the groundbreaking innovations that are making the difference for students nationwide. You'll experience the changing landscape of education and workforce development and the revolutionary Career Tree and Education with Purpose philosophy. Discover the proven strategies and secrets for increasing your students' performance and igniting their passion to succeed like never before!

AREA: Education And Training (ECE/EP/FCCLA/EdRising)
PREFIX: EP/ECE/FACS

Presenters:

  • Mark Perna
 
  • Monday, Jul 17
  • 8:00 AM
  • 9:30 AM
Loews  
REG. NOT REQ.  
 0.00
76
Behind the Design: Apparel Industry Careers

The fashion and apparel industry is exciting and expansive. The clothing we buy impacts the economy on a global scale and offers career opportunities in design, management, production, marketing, and beyond. Get a glimpse into the dynamic range of careers available in this ever-evolving industry: Visual Communication, Merchandise Marketing and Planning, Digital Advertising, Product Development, Manufacturing, Trend Forecasting, Social Media, Fashion Design, and more!

AREA: Family And Consumer Sciences Education (FACS/FCCLA/FACSEd
PREFIX: FACS

Presenters:

  • Julie Ott
 
  • Monday, Jul 17
  • 8:00 AM
  • 9:30 AM
Loews  
REG. NOT REQ.  
 0.00
77
Outrageous, Contagious Presentations

How do the presentation skills that make TED Talks go viral apply in the healthcare industry? Presentation literacy is a critical skill; from presenting on stage, to bedside manner, to acing the interview, health occupations require superb communication skills. Participants will learn how to present in a TED-like fashion and will also discover valuable free resources for your classroom.

AREA: Health Careers Education (HCE) (Health/Cosmetology/AZHCEA/HOSA/ and SkillsUSA)
PREFIX: HCE

Presenters:

  • Rachael Mann
 
  • Monday, Jul 17
  • 8:00 AM
  • 9:30 AM
Loews  
REG. NOT REQ.  
 0.00
78
USDA Nutritional Guidelines and Food Groups

You will receive lesson plans to help your students pass the Culinary State Standards Test. Help students learn about their nutritional needs, guidelines, and deficiencies using the USDA nutritional guidelines. We will show you interesting and innovative techniques for teaching nutrition in your classroom. Covering Standard 2.0 and applying basic nutritional concepts.

AREA: Family And Consumer Sciences Education (FACS/FCCLA/FACSEd
PREFIX: FACS

Presenters:

  • Amanda Potts
 
  • Monday, Jul 17
  • 8:00 AM
  • 9:30 AM
Loews  
REG. NOT REQ.  
 0.00
79
Building a Chain of Momentum for Postsecondary Enrollment

Building a Chain of Momentum for Postsecondary Enrollment by Utilizing Community-Based Organization to Increase College Attainment through College Application Campaign, College Goal FAF$A, and FAFSA Finish Line Reports. Amanda Nolasco will describe the experience with students in creating college-cultural capital during the senior year that contributes to a senior's momentum and propels them into their first year of college.

AREA: Interdisciplinary
PREFIX: ACTEAZ/INTERDISCIPLINARY

Presenters:

  • Amanda Nolasco
 
  • Monday, Jul 17
  • 8:00 AM
  • 9:30 AM
Westin  
REG. NOT REQ.  
 0.00
80
Building a Case for Career Literacy

During this interactive workshop session, participants will review national and state data supporting the need for career development programs in the Arizona K-12 system. Participants will also examine what other states are doing to support literacy with attention given to the question: "If they can do it, why can't we?"

AREA: Guidance & Counseling (GC)
PREFIX: GUIDANCE/INTERDISCIPLINARY

Presenters:

  • John Mulcahy
 
  • Monday, Jul 17
  • 8:00 AM
  • 9:30 AM
Loews  
REG. NOT REQ.  
 0.00
81
Mine-Mapping Robots Using Legos

Join Ben as he walks you through this mini project for Mine-Mapping Robots to engage your students and learn of other options to the robot world. Bring your laptop to share and learn.

AREA: Engineering, Information Technology And Manufacturing
PREFIX: ATIEA

Presenters:

  • Ben Davis
 
  • Monday, Jul 17
  • 8:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Westin  
REG. REQ.  
 0.00
82
Getting Industrial Certifications for Your Students

Industrial Certifications for each program area are now a requirement and a fact of life. Come and find out how your students can take the SolidWorks Industrial Certification Test that employers are looking for.

AREA: Engineering, Information Technology And Manufacturing
PREFIX: ATIEA/ITE

Presenters:

  • Rick Knisely
  • Pierre Devaux
 
  • Monday, Jul 17
  • 8:00 AM
  • 9:30 AM
Westin  
REG. NOT REQ.  
 0.00
83
Google Apps Collaboration, Efficiency, Effectiveness All for Free

Google Apps for Education-If you have Gmail at school, then you have access to work tools for students and teachers to collaborate, communicate, improve efficiency, and it's all free. Apps covered will be Mail, Forms (great for self grading tests and surveys), Sheets (spreadsheets), and others as requested by participants.

AREA: Interdisciplinary
PREFIX: ATIEA

Presenters:

  • Marni Landry
  • Phil Howardell
 
  • Monday, Jul 17
  • 8:00 AM
  • 11:30 AM
Westin  
REG. REQ.  
 0.00
84
Mentoring: The Key to Recruiting and Retention

Share You...as a Teacher; Share You...as a Counselor; Share You...as an Administrator. Mentoring is the key to retention in all areas of education. This session will equip you with the tools and materials you need to be a great mentor. (This is a repeat from Midwinter)

AREA: Interdisciplinary
PREFIX: ACTEAZ

Presenters:

  • Lisa Doll
  • Jessica Reinsch
 
  • Monday, Jul 17
  • 8:00 AM
  • 9:30 AM
Westin  
REG. NOT REQ.  
 0.00
85
Getting to Know Today's Fire Service

Presentation will cover Standard 1.0 and also cover the measurement criteria in 1.1, 1.2, and 1.4. The goal is to give the participants an in-depth look at the Fire Service in today's environment and how far it's progressed in the last 40 years.

AREA: Community Service Careers (CSC/LAW/FIRE SCIENCE/SkillsUSA/ATIEA)
PREFIX: SKILLSUSA

Presenters:

  • Larry Campbell
 
  • Monday, Jul 17
  • 8:00 AM
  • 9:30 AM
Westin  
REG. NOT REQ.  
 0.00
86
AATA Business Session

AATA will discuss the issues that affect us as a profession and plan a way to address those issues.

AREA: Agriculture Education (AG/FFA/AATA)
PREFIX: AATA

Presenters:

  • Brian Fuller
  • Jadee Rohner
 
  • Monday, Jul 17
  • 8:00 AM
  • 9:30 AM
Westin  
REG. REQ.  
 5.00
87
(CANCELLED) Sales and Marketing in Hospitality and Tourism

In this session participants will distinguish the common types of marketing promotions as it relates to Hospitality and Tourism and discuss the role all employees have in sales and marketing.

AREA: Family And Consumer Sciences Education (FACS/FCCLA/FACSEd
PREFIX: FACS

Presenters:

  • Robert Wilson
 
  • Monday, Jul 17
  • 8:00 AM
  • 9:30 AM
Loews  
REG. NOT REQ.  
 0.00
88
U.S. Army March 2 Success

March 2 Success is an online, self-paced course based on solid information designed to improve student performance on standardized tests while enhancing student skills in math, science, English, and STEM topics.

AREA: Interdisciplinary
PREFIX: ACTEAZ/INTERDISCIPLINARY

Presenters:

  • Regan Medina-Pellow
 
  • Monday, Jul 17
  • 8:00 AM
  • 9:30 AM
Loews  
REG. REQ.  
 0.00
89
Photography! Light, Flash, and Strobes Workshop

Rick Burress and Jacob Burress will lead this highly interactive photographic lighting workshop. See how to create specific setups for portraits, products, interiors, and landscapes. Cheap DIY light setups and other solutions will be explored. Hands-on workshop! Rick is consultant for Arizona Highways Magazine, among others; and Jacob is product photographer for Origami Owl, a multinational corporation based in Chandler. BRING YOUR DSLR CAMERA.

AREA: Business, Marketing & Communications Media (BUS/MKT/MEDIA/DECA/FBLA/SKILLSUSA/ ABEA/AME)
PREFIX: MEDIA

Presenters:

  • Rick Burress
 
  • Monday, Jul 17
  • 8:00 AM
  • 5:00 PM
Westin  
REG. REQ.  
 189.00
90
The Microsoft Mantra of Office: Mix, Sway, Yammer, and Delve

Meet the latest lineup of amazing products that work with Office 365. Office Mix offers a simple way to turn your PowerPoint slides into interactive online lessons and presentations. Sway is the latest way for students and teachers to tell a creative story or presentation online. And you must see what Microsoft Yammer and Delve are doing to today's business world!

AREA: Business, Marketing & Communications Media (BUS/MKT/MEDIA/DECA/FBLA/SKILLSUSA/ ABEA/AME)
PREFIX: BME

Presenters:

  • Corinne Hoisington
 
  • Monday, Jul 17
  • 8:00 AM
  • 3:00 PM
Loews  
REG. REQ.  
 50.00
91
My Classroom Economy

"My Classroom Economy" integrates with your existing curriculum in any subject area to help students become savvy consumers and producers. In "My Classroom Economy," students take on different roles to operate in a simulated mini economy - a simple, yet fun, classroom economic system based on the idea that students need to earn school dollars so they can "rent" their own desks.

AREA: Business, Marketing & Communications Media (BUS/MKT/MEDIA/DECA/FBLA/SKILLSUSA/ ABEA/AME)
PREFIX: BME

Presenters:

  • Arizona Council on Economic Education
  • Elena Zee
 
  • Monday, Jul 17
  • 8:00 AM
  • 9:30 AM
Loews  
REG. NOT REQ.