Come to this session to see the variety of ways that you could use YouTube for learning. We’ll explore ways to find engaging content perfect for your grade level and content area. We’ll also show you how to subscribe to channels, set up your own channel, create playlists and use video in Google Slides and Forms.
Google Workspace for Education Tools
Google Forms for Assessment
Assessments are not just about grades; it’s about learning. In this session, we’ll dig into some different ways you can do formative assessment with a focus on Google Forms. We’ll highlight several creative and traditional ways to formatively assess students and get hands-on with a couple of options you can use tomorrow.
Productivity with Google Calendar
In this session we will explore how to manage your inbox, use filters, stars and labels. We will also explore at how you can use customized lists across your school to organize email as it comes in.
Jamboard – The Interactive Whiteboard for Distance Learning
Are you wondering how to get your students working together? Using manipulatives? Are you wanting to work 1:1 with students and get them to show their work in Math or Science? If so, Jamboard is the collaborative whiteboard tool for you! Jamboard’s interactive whiteboard directly into Google Classroom and can be used for free. Join us and discover everything that Jamboard can bring to your classroom.
In this session we will learn the ins and outs of Google Meet and how to leverage the tool for distance learning. Learn about the tool and how to use it for synchronous learning activities. This session may cover engagement tools like the whiteboard, breakout rooms, questions, and polls if your school uses the enterprise version.