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SchoolMAX, the district-approved student information system, holds the student data including schedule, attendance and grades. This session will provide an update on attendance and grading during distance learning and the release of New GradeMAX.
Clever brings all K12 applications into one secure portal and provides single sign-on for everyone in the district. Additionally, Clever houses digital textbooks for courses that provide digital access.
Begin creating your first Google Classroom. Learn how to create a class, add students, and create announcements and assignments.
Participate in the T3 playground and the student experience of Google Classroom to refine your lesson delivery. Practice assigning work in your own practice classroom and play to understand more about how students can interact with you in your own Google Classroom.
Learn and practice tips such as how to organize and decorate your Classroom using banners or topics. Learn more about assigning work using third-party tools like Pear Deck and Nearpod and and using rubrics in Classroom to grade assignments. Finally, learn about hidden features of using Google Classroom on a mobile device.
Learn how to use Google Drive for storage and organization of files and how to create and use Google Docs with students.
In this beginner session, you will learn multiple ways to move your existing files (Word, PDFs, etc.) to Drive for file storage. You will also discover how to take your Microsoft Office files and turn them into Google Docs format for easier collaboration and organization. Additionally, walk away knowing how to access, organize, find, and share your files.
Learn how to use Google Slides with your students and share to Google Classroom. Additionally, you will learn best practices and get access to ready-made templates.
Learn to create and design interactive activities with Google Drawings. Learn to create drag and drop activities, design lesson templates, and more. Use the shortcuts to jump to specific activities that were shared during the breakout rooms: 26:32 - Breakout Room 1: Creating a Drag and Drop Activities 46:00 - Breakout Room 2: Open Studio Lesson Design
Explore a variety of G Suite activities that give your students an opportunity to interact with content in order to show their understanding. Experience using Sheets to create pictures using conditional formatting, Forms to create a game-based learning experience, Drawings to reimagine the use of social media, Slides to create animation, and Jamboard to collaborate and brainstorm ideas.
Have you wondered how students in grades PreK-2 can use G Suite tools in the classroom? In this session you will explore activities designed for primary learners and learn how to create an interactive activity in Google Slides for your students to complete.
This session has 3 parts: the main presentation and two breakout rooms. All are included in the playlist.
iPad Essentials for PreK & K Classrooms
After brief updates on the OS and apps, learn how to use a variety of drag & drop activities in Google Slides as well as collaborative activities in Jamboard on iPads.
Learn how to create Kami assignments directly within Google Classroom. Explore the robust Kami toolbar while learning how to use the interactive annotation and collaboration tool.
Learn to maximize your YouTube channel by curating your videos and creating playlists. Additionally, find out tips such as how to play videos without suggested videos appearing
Have you wanted to create a quiz that can be used in Google Classroom? Join us during this session as we learn how to create and easily grade quizzes with Google Forms. Learn how to access and view reports to support instruction.
Learn to curate your videos and to create playlists. Additionally, find out tips such as how to play videos without suggest videos appearing.
Customize any digital lesson in 3 easy steps to personalize the instruction for your students. Bring teaching resources you already have and be prepared to make them come to life with rich media and interactive activities to engage your students. By the end of this webinar, you’ll know how to customize a pre-made lesson for your class and transform your existing PowerPoint or Google Slides lessons for easy digital delivery.
Digital Citizenship is now more important than ever. Learn how to help students use technology responsibly, productively, and positively within distance learning and beyond. Find out about family resources that can be shared with parents and guardians to help children navigate technology safely and responsibly.
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.
Teachers will learn all of the basics of using Edpuzzle in your classes, specifically tailored to using Edpuzzle with Google Classroom. Your knowledge of EdPuzzle will be amplified from zero to your maximum after reviewing this webinar, featuring Alex and Antonio from EdPuzzle. Educators will be prompted to learn about EdPuzzle, then spend time working in their own EdPuzzle accounts, while hearing questions and answers from those who attended this session live.
This recording shows PGPCS users how to access and use Adobe Spark Post.
Learn how to create engaging, interactive, teacher-led lessons through Google Drive and SMART Learning Suite Online. Leverage existing content within your Google Drive and add activities such as Shout It Out!, Collaborative Workspace, Response, game-based activities, and more! Each workshop will begin with a Student Experience and follow with a Teacher Experience.
T3 shows PGCPS users how to create beautiful, dynamic videos using Adobe SPARK Video.
Discover Book Creator's simple, yet powerful, features and ways students can create and collaborate on interactive books.
Have you ever been curious about how to create documents similar to rolling agendas? Learn how to enhance your Google Doc with features such as table of contents, headers/footers, tables, and voice typing. Join us to begin your journey to being an advanced user of Google Docs.
Web 2.0 Tools You Can Start Using Now
Learn quick and easy web 2.0 tools (instructional tools) you can start using now.
Visuals have a large impact on learning and play a big role in everyday living. Bitmojis can be a good hook with your students and can add a personal touch to your lesson. Presentation and feedback. Learn how to create your own Bitmojis and explore ways to use them. If you're already using Bitmojis in your teaching, share it with us here and we might highlight your example in our session.
Hear an overview of the components needed for a rigorous, robust learning environment for students including, building relationships with students virtually, establishing routines and procedures and strategies to engage students.
Learn to establish consistent practices and procedures during virtual learning. Topics include setting routines in Google Classroom as well as establishing consistent practices in Zoom. Learn strategies to manage chat, provide small vs. large group instruction, managing transitions and workflow, and monitoring student work.
When students are engaged in real-time interactions with teachers through video conferences, what strategies can be employed to ensure students remain engaged? Learn strategies for using PGCPS resources to assist in synchronous learning.
You may have heard the saying, "you can't fill from an empty cup." In this session, you will learn about various tools, apps, and strategies to self-manage during remote learning. Topics include Gmail and calendar tools, an overview of third-party apps for self-care, and time management strategies.
Gain an exposure of how digital tools such as Pear Deck, Nearpod, SMART Learning Suite, EdPuzzle, and Flipgrid can be used to engage learners. This overview session will address how engagement strategies like lesson pacing, modeling thinking, adding games during a lesson and more can be accomplished using the various digital tools mentioned.
Learn to use Pear Deck as a presentation tool that works with Google Slides and uses interactive elements to engage students in learning. Find out how to control the pace of a lesson - easily switching between self-paced and teacher-led lessons.
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.
Nearpod is a presentation tool that allows users to add their own content or edit existing content from the Nearpod Library. Learn about Microsoft’s Immersive Reader and other interactive elements to engage students in learning
Thinking about different ways to engage your students in learning? Looking for strategies that will allow in-person and virtual students to collaborate? Check out the Engagement Gallery to see engagement strategies and tools from the perspective of building background, group/individual work, and assessing and creation.