In this edWebinar, learn how you can use Google and Nearpod’s FREE tools to streamline lesson creation and create more teaching moments.
This session will help K-12 educators learn different strategies with a focus on student engagement, literacy, creation, editing, and organization.
Google Hangouts began as a way for friends to meet online to chat about random topics. As time went on, people discovered that the platform is perfect for gathering a group of classmates to study. Shannon Holden showed teachers how to leverage the power of Google Hangouts to provide “anytime – anywhere” learning and student collaboration.
Teachers and students have an overabundance of information at their fingertips to make teaching and learning more “real time” than ever before. Teachers are no longer the lone “giver of knowledge” that they once were. How do teachers not only find engaging content for their students, but how can they also be creators of engaging content? What are ways we can curate and organize this content?
This webinar looked at how to create a blended classroom online by using a number of tools, including Google Apps for Education, Remind, and Learning Bird. Through using online tools and services, educators can create a blended learning environment, both online and offline.
When it comes to teaching students to code, finding cheap or free software isn’t the problem. But finding free personnel who are trained in curriculum and coding instruction? Now, that’s a challenge.
The presenters addressed the power of Chrome user profiles and the Chrome app store, along with practical applications for newly “partitioned” mobile Google apps, such as Docs, Sheets, and Slides.
Schools across the country pledge to teach 21st century skills, but building a culture of collaborators can prove difficult. Luckily, Google Apps for education provides tools to transform an insular learning community into a collaborative one.