Google Add-Ons & Extensions | In this course, you will learn what add-ons are and how they can increase the functionality of the Google tools that you use. We will delve into the world of 3rd party integration tools that make G apps more powerful and useful to you and your students.
Google Classroom (online)
| Google Classroom
is a streamlined tool that allows teachers to manage coursework and distribute assignments. It is part of the Google Workspace, making it work seamlessly with other Workspace apps to give teachers and students an efficient platform from which to work.
Google Classroom: The Basics and Beyond
| In this course, we will provide a brief overview of Google Classroom
. You will learn how to build your classroom and will explore best practices for using this tool with your students. We will also discuss organizing and branding your Google Classroom, as well as how to include interactive templates for your students.
Google Docs (online)
| This self-paced course offers an overview of Googles Docs
and its collaborative features. It covers the main functions that users will encounter while using the app.
Google Drive (online)
| Google Drive
is a file storage and synchronization service developed by Google. It allows users to store files on their servers, synchronize files across devices, and share files. The cover provides an overview of the app, Google Drive's Dashboard, and collaboration and sharing.
Google Drive: Understanding & Organizing
| In this introductory course, you will learn the basics of Google Drive
and how to best organize and personalize your files. We will explore how to store, sync, and share files with collaborators, and you will leave with many tips and tricks.
Google for Elementary Students | Elementary students have a lot to overcome when it comes to using technology in the classroom. In this session, you will learn tips and tricks to make engaging and interactive content for your littles. We will cover the basics of some of Google’s most popular apps including Docs, Slides, and Drawings.
Google Forms: Gathering Data & Assessing Learning
| In this course, you will learn the basics of how to use Google Forms
, as well as how to use the app to build forms, create surveys, and administer auto-grade quizzes. Resources/templates, tips, and tricks for using Google Forms will be provided.
| In this course, we will provide an overview of Google Keep
. You will learn how to create to-do lists, take notes, and stay organized using this application. We will also discuss ways educators can use Google Keep in their classrooms.
Google Level 1 Certification
| Before taking the Level 1 exam, you should be comfortable using Google Workspace and Google Classroom. This class covers the basics of the Google Workspace and exposes you to everything you need to prep for the Google Level 1 certification
Google Level 2 Certification
| The Google Level 2 certification
is a step up from the Level 1 exam. It requires a deeper knowledge and integration of the primary Google products as well as use of secondary products like Blogger, Google Books, and Google Maps. This course offers a deeper dive while also covering the essentials.
| In this session, we will provide an overview of Google Meet
. You will learn how to schedule, start, and run a full meeting. We will also walk through how to use your browser to share your video, desktop, and presentations with colleagues and students.
| Google Jamboard
is a collaborative online whiteboard. It offers students creative workspace for collaboration. In this session, we will provide an overview of Google Jamboard. We will also explore the various ways it can be used in the classroom.
Google Slides & Google Drawings
| Teachers and students can do amazing things with Google Slides
and Google Drawings
, including creating engaging content! This session will briefly cover the basics of both apps and will include tips, tricks, and ways to build interactive templates.