Create in a snap! In this session, we’ll dig into some creative ways teachers and students can show what they know. We’ll highlight several creative platforms that are perfect for online learning and get hands-on with a couple of options you can use tomorrow.
In this session, we will learn how to use Google Slides to create interactive assignments for students. These will include fillables, drag and drop, and choice activities. These can be assigned quickly and easily using Google Classroom.
You are going to have students learning in different ways and at different times. While each schedule will be unique to the teacher, we are walking you through the best practices for managing synchronous and asynchronous learning in the classroom.
In this session, we’ll highlight a number of the top tools for synchronous learning and more importantly, best practices and pro tips to get the most out of them. Whether you want to build community, deliver instruction, or assess on the fly to inform the next steps, we have you covered. One tool we will dedicate significant time to is Peardeck, but we’ll also explore some other free tools.
Creating virtual lessons that actually have your students excited and engaged can be challenging. There are so many tools, techniques, and activities that it can be overwhelming to determine where to even start. In this workshop, we will walk you through step-by-step how to create interactive asynchronous lessons that will actually engage your students. We will also share tips and tools that you can easily use in your lessons to keep track of which students actually respond or if they completed the lesson.