Recordings for hybrid
To accommodate staff who were unable to attend the live webinars for hybrid professional development or those who would like to review the sessions, the Technology Training Team (T3) and Student Services have made available the following resources as an alternative.
Mandatory Session: Preparing Your Classroom for Hybrid Instruction
Optional Session: Strategies for Teaching in a Hybrid Classroom
Overview of Hapara
Get an overview of the Hapara platform and how its management tools can support teaching and learning. Learn how the teacher dashboard and highlights can be used to monitor student's work and guide learning during in person and virtual instruction.
T3 Playground: Level Up Your Google Classroom
Google Classroom is the essential place for virtual and in person students to receive and turn in assignments. Learn tips for organizing work, assigning work using third party tools like Nearpod and Pear Deck, and creating rubrics.
Level Up Your Co-Teaching using Google Classroom
Learn to use Google Classroom and three ed-tech tools (Kami, Hapara, and PearDeck) to Co-Teach seamlessly with Google Classroom, virtually or in a hybrid environment.
Tips for Using Technology to Engage Learners
Gain exposure to district tools such as Pear Deck, Nearpod, SMART Learning Suite, EdPuzzle, and Flipgrid to learn how they can be used to engage learners. The engagement strategies and district tools discussed can be used to support learning in a hybrid environment.
Pear Deck is a live slides presentation tool that works with Google Slides. Learn to create interactive slides to solicit feedback, do a quick formative check, or just see how your students are feeling today. Use Pear Deck to check the understanding of virtual and in person students.
Introduction to Nearpod
Nearpod is a presentation tool that allows users to add their own content or edit existing content from the Nearpod Library. Engage in person and virtual learners by adding interactive elements to your lesson.
Are you already using video to engage learners? EdPuzzle allows teachers to easily embed self-created Screencastify videos. Or, add videos that already exist from YouTube, National Geographic, Ted Talks, and more. Learn how to extend the use of video by adding multiple choice, open ended questions or notes to collect feedback from learners.