Adam Conner will be leading a session on best practices to get organized in Google Drive.
- What is Google Drive
- Moving, Renaming and Copying Files
- Sharing Files and Common Mistakes
- Standard Workflow with Drive and Classroom
Nick Jordan will lead a session on Google Meet:
- Starting a video meeting
- Joining a video meeting
- Adding a video meeting
- Customizing video meetings
- Sharing resources
- Sharing a video meeting
Whitney VanBlarcom will be presenting a session on how to leverage Google Slides to organize and deliver lessons online and in person. In addition Whitney will demonstrate how to embed images, hyperlinks, audio, and video, and how to include interactive questions for students.
This session, led by Jennifer Osmond, will focus on using Google Forms to create a quiz that will automatically be scored and show you how to import the marks into Google Classroom with a click of a button.
The Organized Google Classroom
Mike Bunin will captain this session outlining a few simple strategies to keep your Google Classroom organized for you and your students, making it easy to find all of your assignments.
In this session Andrew Seymour will walk you through creating a complete and self-contained assignment in Google Classroom and touch on the following concepts. The goal is to create organized, easy-to-follow assignments that reduce work for the teacher and reduce stress for the student.
- Adding resources such as YouTube videos, PDFs, links, etc
- Adding self-correcting quizzes.
- Making unique copies of work for each student.
- Marking and giving feedback.
- Using rubrics in Classroom
In this session Eric MacMillan will demonstrate how to create and record simple video lessons in Smart Notebook. The second part will cover how to upload videos to Youtube. There are many applications that can be used to accomplish these tasks. This presentation is more to highlight the benefits of the process rather than the tools themselves. The following items will be highlighted:
- Basics of Smart Notebook recording
- Benefits of creating videos
Quality Feedback with Google Classroom
In this session Matt Crosby and Patty-Sue MacLeod will show you how to add handwritten comments to an assignment submitted in Google Classroom using an iPhone, iPad or Android device. As this procedure works best with PDFs, they will will also demonstrate how to convert pictures into a PDF using Google Docs, an iPhone and an Android phone.
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