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Session 1: 10am - 10:30am ET with Matt Bergman "Amazing Digital Projects for All Students with Google Tools"
It has been said that a good picture is worth a thousand words - and students of all ages can use pictures to develop and convey what they know. Google Apps, Extensions, and Add-ons are amazing tools that students of all ages can use to create digital projects that allow them to demonstrate knowledge and express themselves. Join Matt Bergman as he shares how you can combine the power of Google, images, and videos to develop powerful learning experiences for all students. In addition to discussing the tools, Matt will share examples of how they can be used in the classroom.
Session 2: 11am - 11:30am ET with Jerry Swiatek "Simple Google Search Tips and Tricks to Save You Time and Frustration"
When you or your students search for information on the Internet, are you overwhelmed by the number of search results you get? Do you sometimes have to wade through countless irrelevant results looking for the information you need? Join Jerry Swiatek as he shares several simple Google search tips and tricks that can save you time and frustration. He will show you how to narrow your searches so that you and your students can search more effectively and more easily find the information you are looking for. Come discover how to save time with more effective searches.
Session 3: 12pm - 12:30am ET with Jayme Linton "Using Google Drive for Interaction in Face-to-Face, Blended, and Online Classes"
Google Drive is a tremendous resource for educators for lesson planning, brainstorming, and other teacher-centered activities. However, there is even more potential in the ways Google Drive can be used with students. In face-to-face, blended, and online classes, Google Drive can be used for collaboration among students and with others outside the four walls of the classroom. As a face-to-face, blended, and online instructor, Dr. Jayme Linton has found that Google Drive allows her to easily incorporate interactive and collaborative learning experiences with students who are separated by distance and time. Join Dr. Linton as she shares strategies and examples for using Google Drive for interaction in face-to-face, blended, and online courses.
Session 4: 1pm - 1:30pm ET with Kim Munoz "Google Sites: Web Sites Made Simple"
Have you ever thought about creating your own web site, but didn't know how or where to get started? Or perhaps you were a little intimidated by the process. In this webinar, you'll learn how simple it is to begin creating a Google site. Join Kim Munoz as she discusses several ways in which you can use Google sites in your classroom, including as a way to broadcast classroom news or publish projects. She will show just how easy it is to get your site up and running! Kim will also share how you can enhance your site and make it more eye-catching and functional with elements such as graphics, banners, and widgets.
Session 5: 2pm - 2:30pm ET with Naomi Harm "Creating Growth Mindset Vision Boards with Google Tools"
Would you like to help your students develop a growth mindset in which they set their goals and stay focused? Vision boards are amazing tools that can help keep your students motivated and determined to make their future a reality. Join Naomi Harm as she explains what vision boards are and how their display of key words and creative images can help students focus on a purpose and get what they want out of life. She will discuss how to introduce vision boards to your students and show how easy it is to create digital Vision Boards with Google Slides, Docs, and Drawings. Come discover how your students can capture their personal stories and develop a growth mindset to help them achieve their goals.
Session 6: 3pm - 3:30am ET with Susan Oxnevad "Combining the Power of Google Forms and Interactive Images for Formative Assessment"
Would you like to experience the power of combining Google Forms with interactive images to create engaging formative assessments? Join Susan Oxnevad as she shows how you can start with an image and add multimedia-rich tags to design interactive student learning experiences. She will show ho you can embed a Google Form inside of the image so that you can collect information and assess learning on the spot. The data can be used for informal assessment, which will allow you to modify, reteach, and challenge individual students through personalized instruction. Susan will also cover how you can use these Forms to collect a digital work and keep a record of progress and student growth throughout the entire year. Come discover how to maximize instruction and meet the needs of all learners by combining these amazing tools.
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