Session 1: 10 - 10:30 am ET with Matt Bergman "7 Tools That Make Google Classroom Even Better"
You may be aware that Google Classroom is changing and enhancing the way teachers and students are using G Suite. But did you know that there are a variety of tools and applications that link directly to Google Classroom, and which will take your Classroom use to another level? Join Matt Bergman as he provides with you different tools and strategies to transform how you and your students use Google Classroom.
Session 2: 11 - 11:30 am ET with Jerry Swiatek "Strategies and Tips for Student Collaboration in Google Classroom"
Google Classroom makes it easy for students to collaborate and communicate on group or class projects - whether they are working independently from home or in class. Join Jerry Swiatek as he provides an overview of some of the tools available within Google classroom that will allow you and your students to work together on projects. In addition to providing strategies for assigning collaborative projects, Jerry will discuss settings and options that allow for easy communication or messaging, as well as for sharing and permissions. He will also provide tips for reviewing, commenting upon, and grading collaborative works.
Session 3: 12 - 12:30 pm ET with Christine Romano "Work Smarter, NOT Harder with Google Classroom"
You may be using Google Classroom to manage your class, students, and assignments – but are you getting the most out of it? Or are you expending extra time and energy that you could be using to do other things? As with any tool, there are better, or smarter, ways to use Google Classroom. Join Chrissy Romano-Arrabito as she shares a quick-fire presentation of creative ways to use Google Classroom, with some workflow tips and tricks thrown in. This webinar is perfect if you know the basics of Google Classroom and are looking for a way to make it the hub of your learning environment.
Session 4: 1 - 1:30 pm ET with Nikki Robertson "Use Experiments with Google to Spark Discussions and More in Google Classroom"
Google Docs, Slides, and Sheets are well-known tools that encourage student collaboration, but have you considered using other collaborative tools within Google Classroom? You can take your Google game to the next level by using Google Classroom to encourage thoughtful discussion while exploring Experiments with Google; a world of Artificial Intelligence, Virtual and Augmented Reality, Voice Experiments, and Adaptive Design. Join Nikki D Robertson as she demonstrates ways to spark discussions within Google Classroom while exploring amazing experiments, tools, and resources that just might inspire your students to create their own Experiments with Google.
See what your fellow educators had to say about this training...
"Great presenter! Love the ideas you shared. Picked up several new things. These ideas are great to help me stay ahead and try new things! Thank you!"
- Kathleen Mendoza, Technology Director/Coordinator
"So excited to learn about the extensions. Teachers will love to use these in their classroom."
- Kathy Sanderson, Elementary Teacher
"Fantastic overview and information on Classroom...looking forward to becoming more familiar with these options and ideas, and sharing this information with colleagues.