Sessions may be recorded for archival purposes.

About the Workshops

Google Classroom & Google Meet-  Google Classroom is a great starting point for your new responsibilities for Distance Learning. Join us in this workshop to get a walkthrough of setting up a class, adding students, posting resources, taking attendance by posing a question, connecting with students, adding assignments, using the Google Meet integration and tracking student progress. This workshop will get you up to speed with Google Classroom so you are ready to begin connecting with your students.
 
June 25th - 9am EDT

Google Classroom Best Practices & Lesson Design - 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 on 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.

June 25th - 1pm EDT

K-2 Remote Learning with Seesaw  Seesaw is designed to give even very young students a simple way to SHOW what they know! Seesaw's intuitive interface makes it perfect for primary learners. Want a way for your students to access online content, scaffold your lessons for all learners, and help your students develop digital citizenship skills while providing a window into their thinking? Seesaw is one tool that does it all. In this session, you will experience both the student and teacher side of this amazing tool! Seesaw works on iOS, Android, as well the Chrome Browser.

June 26th - 9am EDT

Google Classroom & Google Meet Google Classroom is a great starting point for your new responsibilities for Distance Learning. Join us in this workshop to get a walkthrough of setting up a class, adding students, posting resources, taking attendance by posing a question, connecting with students, adding assignments, using the Google Meet integration and tracking student progress. This workshop will get you up to speed with Google Classroom so you are ready to begin connecting with your students.

June 26th - 1pm EDT

Creating Engaging Lessons for Asynchronous Learning  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 is walk you through step-by-step on 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.

July 7th - 9am EDT

HyperDocs : Streamlining the Lesson Planning Process  Learn to use HyperDoc templates to efficiently create, curate and orchestrate lesson plans that are both organized and student-centered. Online copies for you and your students mean you'll never lose a worksheet, website or great idea again.

July 7th - 1pm EDT

K-2 Remote Learning with Seesaw  Seesaw is designed to give even very young students a simple way to SHOW what they know! Seesaw's intuitive interface makes it perfect for primary learners. Want a way for your students to access online content, scaffold your lessons for all learners, and help your students develop digital citizenship skills while providing a window into their thinking? Seesaw is one tool that does it all. In this session, you will experience both the student and teacher side of this amazing tool! Seesaw works on iOS, Android, as well the Chrome Browser.

July 14th - 9am EDT

HyperDocs : Streamlining the Lesson Planning Process  Learn to use HyperDoc templates to efficiently create, curate and orchestrate lesson plans that are both organized and student-centered. Online copies for you and your students mean you'll never lose a worksheet, website or great idea again.

July 14th - 1pm EDT

G Suite for Little Learners (3-5)   Even our littlest learners can create and collaborate using the Google Suite, remotely! In this introductory-level session, we'll get an overview and see examples of primary-aged students creating and learning with G Suite tools from home. We'll also explore tips and tricks for managing All-Things-Google with our littlest ones. Let's empower our youngest scholars! Tools covered will include Google Meet, Classroom, Forms, Jamboard, Docs, and Slides. Participants will leave ideas and templates to use immediately!

July 21st - 9am EDT

Creating Engaging Lessons for Asynchronous Learning  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 is walk you through step-by-step on 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.

July 21st - 1pm EDT

Creating Engaging Lessons for Synchronous Learning  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 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.

July 28th - 9am EDT

Google Classroom Best Practices & Lesson Design - 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 on 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.

July 28th - 1pm EDT