Essential Question: How to support teachers in shifting their pedagogy to align with remote and blended learning? When it comes to remote and blended learning one thing is for certain…teacher pedagogy must shift. Teachers cannot continue to employ the same practices that worked for in-person learning. Now, how do you help those teachers that are reluctant to shift their pedagogy? We’re showing you exactly how to do this in this session. We’re giving you a core set of tools, techniques, and strategies to use to help teachers understand why their pedagogy must shift and then how to make that shift easy and seamless and possible.
Google Classroom isn’t just for teachers! This platform is a great place to be able to assess and respond to teacher’s needs, provide support, track student and teacher progress, as well as communicate effectively with your teachers. If your teachers and their students are in Google Classroom, using this platform simplifies everything and allows you to easily manage everything in one place.
What does coaching look like in a blended learning environment? You need to be able to support your teachers, so we’re showing you how to navigate the dynamics of the blended learning cycle, what your teachers will need, and how to create a consistent coaching structure to transition across all grade levels.
How can Google Workspace for Education help support math instruction and learning in your classroom? We’ll explore Google apps and how they can support your math specifically. You’ll leave with new ideas and templates that you can implement in your classroom right away.
In this session, we will examine the research writing process using Google Docs, Keep, Slides, and more! We’ll also use the Explore Tab to make sure you are getting the most out of these apps.