Session 1: 10 - 10:30 am ET with Jerry Swiatek "15 Free Web Tools from Google"
Maybe you're familiar with Google Docs, Sheets, or Slides but those are just the tip of the iceberg where Google tools are concerned. Google has an abundance of free Web tools – many of them perfect for the classroom. Have you ever heard of Google Books or Google Sky? Join Jerry Swiatek as he shares 15 free Google tools that are great for teachers or students.
Session 2: 11 - 11:30 am ET with Deb Norton "Create Googly Dashboards with Google Sheets to Help Visualize and Compare Data"
Have you or your students collected data that you'd like to make sense of? Would you like to see lots of data easily summarized and visually interpreted in one place? Try creating a "Googly dashboard" using Google Sheets. A Googly dashboard is a visual representation of data that updates automatically when the data is changed on corresponding sheets. Join Deb Norton as she shows you how to create custom dashboards and explores how they can help you understand information in a quick and visual way. In addition to sharing some classroom uses for dashboards, she will demonstrate how easily you can filter results and share them with others. Whether you are trying to document student achievement, compare the progress between classes, inform your instruction, or easily understand and interpret compiled data, Googly dashboards can help!
Session 3: 12 - 12:30 pm ET with Monica Burns "Simplify Data Collection and Documentation with Google Forms"
Have you been looking for the perfect way to document student progress, knowledge, performance, and anecdotals? In this webinar, join Dr. Monica Burns as she shows how to create forms to efficiently keep track of notes, anecdotal evidence, baselines, assessments, and more using one of her favorite free and customizable tools - Google Forms! Whether you're carrying a tablet, using a laptop, or working from a desktop, this data collection tool will revolutionize how you document student achievement. In addition to sharing examples of forms and the types of data you can collect and input, Monica will also explain how to get students to input and provide information as well.
Session 4: 1 - 1:30 pm ET with Matt Bergman "Get Hyped About Using Hyperdocs to Create Highly Interactive Learning Experiences"
Would you like for your students to take more ownership of their learning? Would you like to encourage creativity and inspire curiosity? Would you like more of the learning in your classroom to be student-centered? All of that can be easily achieved using Hyperdocs. Hyperdocs are more than an interactive Google Doc. Join Matt Bergman as he explains what Hyperdocs are and why they can be so useful in your classroom. Matt will share tips, tricks, and the fundamentals of creating engaging and highly interactive learning experiences through Hyperdocs.