Learn how to facilitate remote teaching using G Suite for Education while preserving continuity of classroom instruction and rigor. In this Summit, participants will explore best practices of using Google Classroom and additional, free applications not commonly known from Google to support core content areas. Discover how to align to curricular goals and maintain sound instructional design across your virtual education practices. Learn how to support the four pillars of remote teaching: Community, Collaboration, Assessment and Accessibility, while actually increasing engagement and rigor. The knowledge you will acquire from this Summit will support remote teaching and enhance learning in the traditional classroom as well.
Eduscape will be holding an Virtual Ed Summit with Google for Education via Zoom on June 16, 2020.
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|Google Classroom 101||In this introductory session, explore the functionality of the Google Drive and Docs, and the features used to bolster instructional content, and promote community in the remote classroom.|
|DEEPEN Asynchronous Virtual Learning with the G Suite||Take your Google Classroom to the next level and learn how to incorporate G Suite integrations to promote instruction, community, and collaboration in the remote classroom to facilitate asynchronous learning.|
|Formative Assessments with Google Drawings, Google Slides, & Jamboard||Low-stake assessments such as exit tickets and quizzes can be used as effective ways to measure student knowledge. In this session, learn how to use Google Drawings, Google Slides, and Jamboard to create formative assessments and promote collaboration.|
|Building Google Sites to Display Evidence of Learning||In a world of remote learning, it can be overwhelming gathering data on student progress. In this session, learn how Google Sites can act as a platform to promote student portfolios, projects, and other forms of evidence of learning.|
|Promoting Accessibility through Choice Boards||Through the integration of Google Tools, students are given accessibility to content though choice boards. Learn how to motivate and engage students by offering choice boards in the classroom.|
|Screencasting for Teachers & Students||Do your students ask for you to repeat math problems, stories, and how-to instruction? Go beyond screen sharing and explore multimedia instruction. In this session, explore design principles such as screen time, chunking content, and multimedia principles.|
|Curating Content with YouTube||YouTube videos are a fun and interactive way to bring content into the classroom. In this session, discover the power of YouTube playlists to facilitate asynchronous learning and how to create multiple access points for all learners to design engaging activities based on YouTube videos.|
|Designing Learning Experiences with TPACK & Google Tools||TPACK offers support for educators to explain the set of knowledge, teach effectively, and utilize technology in a learning experience. In this session explore the functionality of TPACK and how to use its foundation to evaluate different Google resources when designing a learning experience.|
|Differentiated Instruction with Forms||Go beyond the basics with Google Forms and discover how to create interactive assessments, choose your own adventure stories, and integrate multimedia content to enhance student participation.|
|Using Google Tools to Promote Literacy Skills||G Suite offers a variety of applications that can be used to promote literacy skills for reading and writing, and create engaging activities. Discover how to integrate different G Suite features and add-ons into a learning experience to promote an array of literacy skills.|
|Creating Math Learning Experiences with Google Tools||Do you wonder how to create engaging math learning experiences online? Google offers multiple tools and add-ons that can be used to enhance math experiences for the learner by offering opportunities to manipulate mathematical equations, evaluate problems, and engage in fun math activities.|
|Google Drive & Docs 101||In this introductory session, explore the functionality of the Google Drive and Docs, and the features used to bolster instructional content, and promote community in the remote classroom.|
|Google Forms & Sheets 101||In this introductory session, explore the functionality of Forms & Sheets, and the features used to bolster instructional content, and promote community in the remote classroom.|
|Google Slides 101||In this introductory session, explore the functionality of Google Slides and the features used to bolster instructional content, and promote community in the remote classroom.|
|Explore Google Tools 101||In this introductory session, explore the functionality of a variety of Google tools - Gmail, Calendar and Google Meet - from the G Suite applications to bolster instructional content, and promote community in the remote classroom.|
The cost to attend is $129
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