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Kevin Creutz

Kevin Creutz is assistant principal and athletic director at Zion Lutheran School in St. Charles, Missouri.  He also teaches junior high math and coaches boys’ basketball.  He has been at Zion for seven years and during that time he has taught religion, literature, math, and PE.  The last three years have been spent as assistant principal.  He has a B.A. in Elementary Education from Concordia University in Chicago, IL and an M.A. in Educational Administration from Concordia University in Seward, NE.  Kevin has been married to his beautiful wife Lauren for 6 years and they have two children.  Caroline is 2 ½ years old and Connor is 7 months old.  He is an avid sports fan and follows Chicago sports, including the 2010 Stanley Cup Champion Chicago Blackhawks.  You can follow Kevin on twitter at http://twitter.com/kevcreutz and on his blog athttp://kcreutz.blogspot.com.

Presentation: HOTTS (Higher Order Thinking/Technology Skills)

Description: This session will show teachers how technology can be used to help bring their students to the higher order thinking skills of Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy. Each taxonomy level will be discussed and different ways that technology can be used to bring students to that specific level of thinking.

Date & Times: Sat. July 31st 4:30pm-5pm LA/ 7:30pm NYC/ 12:30am, Sun. London/ 1:30am, Sun. 8/1 Paris/ 9:30am, Sun., Sydney/ 8:30am, Sun., Tokyo
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