DEMO -Student Teach With EdTech Without the Overwhelm

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Engaging students in learning, whether online, hybrid, or traditional, does not have to be hard or time-consuming. Join Dr. Samantha Fecich, as she shares, in depth, three educational technology tools that are versatile, cost-effective, and will give you a quick win every time! You will also learn how to use these tools effectively with your students to collaborate and connect …

DEMO -Digital Classroom Management Hacks Using Jamboard and Slides

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As teachers, we’ve all had those days where it feels like all we have done is manage the running of our classroom…and that’s about it! Join Matt Bergman as he shares how to combine the power of Jamboard and Google Slides to help with classroom management, communication, collaboration and more! You will also learn how to use Jamboard and Google …

DEMO -Creating Your Own Digital Anchor Charts Using Google Tools copy 1

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An anchor chart is a teaching tool that helps you visually capture and display important information from your lesson. Join Matt Bergman as he shares how you can use Google tools to create and digitize interactive anchor charts with your students. You will also learn how to effectively use anchor charts to foster a culture of learning, independence, and problem-solving …

DEMO -Empower Yourself to Empower Your Students: An Introduction to the ISTE Standards

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For more than 20 years, the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) has published and updated technology standards for both teachers and students. Join Lauren Boucher as she shares the latest standards for educators, and how you can use the standards to “deepen your practice, promote collaboration with peers, challenge you to rethink traditional approaches and prepare students to …

DEMO -Pixel Art with Google Sheets – A Fun Classroom Application

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Are you looking for a fun, innovative activity that infuses technology into your curriculum? Join Lauren Boucher as she shares, step-by-step, how to create Pixel Art with Google Sheets for any grade level or subject area. You will also walk away with templates and application ideas to get your students excited about learning with this easy-to-implement, visual learning strategy.

DEMO -Creating Self-Grading Quizzes in Google Classroom

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Did you know that you can use Google Classroom to create user-friendly, self-grading quizzes, along with supporting materials, in just a few clicks? Join Matt Berman as he shares, step-by-step, how to create a self-grading quiz in Google Classroom. You will also learn tips and tricks for making your quizzes more accessible for students, including how to infuse video, images, …

DEMO -Creating Better Discussion Questions in Google Classroom

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Classroom discussions can be a powerful data source that teachers can use to adapt instruction and increase student learning. Join Matt Bergman as he shares how to use Google Classroom to create meaningful discussion questions, give students voice and choice, and maintain an inclusive learning environment. You will also walk away with tips and tricks for fostering dynamic discussions with …

DEMO -Tips and Tricks for Grading Assignments in Google Classroom

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Google Classroom can streamline the tasks of assigning, collecting, grading, and returning student work. Join Matt Bergman as he shares, step-by-step, how to manage assignments, use the gradebook, add comments, and create rubrics using Google Classroom. You will learn best practices for grading assignments, including tips and tricks for providing meaningful feedback.