Session 1: 10 - 10:30 am ET with Jerry Swiatek "Virtual Explorations and Field Trips with Google Tools"
While Google is widely known for tools such as its search engine, Google Docs, Google Drive, and Gmail, many of its lesser known tools can be just as useful for teachers. This webinar will cover several of the street-view products that provide a unique, up-close view of everything from art museums to the Great Barrier Reef to the White House and more! Join Jerry Swiatek as he shares these tools and explores how they can be used in the classroom for almost any subject. Learn how to open your classroom and virtually travel to physical, historical, and cultural locations and landmarks with your students like never before!
Session 2: 11 - 11:30 am ET with Deb Norton "Did You Know Google Could Do That?"
You may already be aware that Google is an amazing search tool, but do you know that it can be used in so many other amazing ways? In this webinar, join Deb Norton as she shares a variety of Google tricks that can be used for time management, interesting calculations, work efficiency, and just plain fun. She will also explore some impressive Google projects that are currently in development that could change your future way of life. After this webinar, you will be able to show off your new Google knowledge to all of your colleagues and friends.
Session 3: 12 - 12:30 pm ET with Monica Burns "Easy Formative Assessment with Google Forms"
Google Forms are free to make, easy to use, and completely customizable. Join Monica Burns as she shares some of her favorite ways to use Google Forms for formative assessment. This easy-to-use tool is perfect for teachers looking for a simple way to gather formative assessment data. In this webinar Monica will cover ways to use Google Forms in your classroom, explain how to create them, and show examples of forms that can be customized for any learning environment.
Session 4: 1 - 1:30 pm ET with Lauren Boucher "Organize, Collaborate, and Create with Google Keep"
Do your students struggle with executive functions like staying organized and meeting due dates? Join Lauren Boucher as she explores how you can use Google Keep to help students learn organization skills, collaborate, and create on Chromebooks and other web-based devices! In addition to sharing how your students can make the most of Keep, Lauren will also discuss how teachers can use it as well to keep track of deadlines and appointments and collaborate with colleagues.
See what your fellow educators had to say about this training...
"The information was absolutely awesome and would be great to implement into a classroom on a regular basis to have the students explore outside of their own community and environment."
- Augustine Sauceda, Special Education Teacher
"Google makes sharing so easy!! Thank you for the new ideas."
- Sandra Page, Elementary School Principal
"Nice webinar. Gave all of the basics without overwhelming with too much information. Great introduction to Google Keep."
- Theresa Hodge, Science Teacher