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Teaching with Microsoft Teams
Dates: June 15th - July 25th
For new users of Microsoft Teams or current users of Microsoft Teams looking for tips and ways to approach teaching with digital tools in new ways. Using technology is not about being paperless, it is a mindset around interacting with students and improving learning. In this workshop you will learn how to set up Teams with a student centered mindset towards interacting with students.
In this workshop you will experience Microsoft Teams as a student, this may be the most helpful part of the workshop! The opportunity to see it from the student point of view will help you to better teach with Microsoft Teams. Each week you will practice what it looks like as a student and then are provided with directions for how to replicate it with your Teams classes. Interact with Alice and ask questions to help you get your Teams class set up and running.
Remotely Teaching Math with Google Apps
Dates: July 6th - August 15th
This workshop is 6 weeks of rethinking how we teach math and how digital tools and remote learning fit in.
Warning, this workshop will NOT show you how to have students "Show their work." In a modern age this is obsolete, PhotoMath will do that!
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Google Classroom is an online platform that does more than Google Drive management, it allows you to better interact with your students to improve learning and relationships.
G Suite Workshops
Teaching is not about tools but rather how the tools can support pedagogies that engage students and improve learning. These G Suite workshops help you to learn how to utilize the G Suite tools for teaching.
Coding not only helps you to be a role model to students, it greatly increases your efficiency with your teaching tasks. Google Apps Script allows you to code Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, Forms, and more.
Teaching math digitally is not simply putting your materials online. It is teaching differently.