Use Google Tools to Make Any Curriculum Collaborative and Dynamic
Monday, May 6, 2019 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT
Presented by Charles-Antoine Julien, Assistant Professor, McGill School of Information Studies, Montreal
Hosted by Ellen Darensbourg, Magnet Program Director and STEM Curriculum Specialist, New York City Department of Education
Sponsored by CoTeacher
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Imagine each of your teachers having the knowledge of ALL teachers at their fingertips.
Introducing the transformation of your G Suite and Google Classroom tools: new innovations that will enhance every teacher’s capacity to leverage and share the most dynamic and effective instructional materials and best practices—differentiated to district-specific teaching and learning priorities.
In this edWebinar, Professor Charles-Antoine Julien from McGill School of Information Studies, and Ellen Darensbourg, Magnet Program Director and STEM Curriculum Specialist, will demonstrate how you can maximize your G Suite and Google-friendly tools through advanced collaboration and sharing technologies that allow teachers and curriculum leaders to intuitively build curriculum maps, enhance teaching units, and create more dynamic lesson plans.
During the presentation, they’ll show you:
- How to easily source the most effective shared instructional assets from top teachers around the country
- How to seamlessly map your scope and sequence
- How to align units, lesson plans and resources to instructional goals
- How to keep track of which standards you or your teachers have taught
This edWebinar will be of interest to preK-12 and higher education teachers, librarians, school and district leaders, and tech coaches. There will be time to get your questions answered at the end of the presentation.
About the Presenter
Charles-Antoine Julien, Ph.D. is an assistant professor at the McGill University School of Information Studies in Montreal where he trains educators, librarians, technologists in cutting-edge practices for accessing, organizing, and disseminating knowledge. His latest research focuses on helping knowledge professionals use cloud-based sharing repositories, such as Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive more effectively.
About the Host
Ellen Darensbourg is a veteran educator and administrator with over 25 years of experience developing teacher-leaders. She’s incredibly passionate about STEM and literacy and has exceptional knowledge of curriculum development and project-based learning. Currently, Ellen serves as Program Director for a group of STEM-focused magnet schools in New York City. In this role, she oversees the continual evaluation and improvement of teaching and learning in the schools under her charge. She was previously named a Teacher Design Fellow from the New York Hall of Science and earned a Master of Science in reading from the Bank Street School of Education.
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