Wednesday, September 16
Tools, Tips and Intentional Thinking to Build Community with Little Learners (K-3)
Sept. 16 at 7pm Eastern Time
How can we build relationships, grow learning communities, and support the transition of little learners coming to us this year? Dear teacher, no more crying in front of your computer screen, WE ARE HERE! Come learn and explore ideas, resources and digital tools to help you think through setting up your learners for an epic year of learning (whether it be a distance model or IRL (In Real Life). We will dive into examples for both iPad apps (e.g., Pic Collage, Book Creator and Chatterpix) as well as GSuite tools (Docs, Meet, Slides, Forms) and offer tips and trick on how to build and scaffold tech skills to empower learners K-3.
The Hybrid Teacher: Options for Online Assessment
Sept. 16 at 8pm Eastern Time
We know the importance of building classroom culture and community at the start of the year. Most teachers have their tried-and-true icebreaker activities ready, but how does this translate online? And how can we ensure students are comfortable with the technology and the ability to communicate online? In this session we will look at activities, tools, and ideas for starting the year off right.
Thursday, September 17
Shukes & Giff: Designing Lessons with Google Classroom (From Start to Finish)
Sept. 17 at 7pm Eastern Time
You already learned “how to use” Google Classroom. Now learn how you can leverage all its features for each part of lesson design. From a minds on to modelled and shared work to assessment and reflection, we will walk through and try it all out. Plus, we will share a variety of graphic organizers you can use for shared and independent work. This workshop is applicable to Hybrid, Virtual, and F2F classroom environments from Grades 4-12!
**This workshop is designed for those who already know the basics of google classroom including how to make an assignment in which every student gets a copy of their own work.
Techie Besties - Digital Assessments for your Blended Classroom
Sept. 17 at 9pm Eastern Time
Whether you're using assessments to gauge student understanding, to guide your instruction, to give students feedback, or for report card marks, they are part of your everyday teacher life. Come learn about the fun and engaging digital tools that you can use right away in your classroom. We'll explore the best online tools that can be used to capture student thinking such as Google Forms, Socrative, Kahoot, Quizizz, Google Classroom, and more.
Note for US Participants: Your credit card will automatically convert CAD to USD.