Would you like to make your traditional tests digital? Better yet, would you like to make them look like AIR assessments? Still better, would you like them to auto-grade? Join us to learn how to do this through Edcite.
Flubaroo users! Did you notice that Google Forms just took over a whole bunch of Flubaroo’s cool grading powers? It’s all part of the new Forms Quiz Mode. Learn how to use it for autograding and data gathering.
IXL helps students experience math at its most mesmerizing, offering personalized practice recommendations for each student and differentiated approaches, offering visual representations, interactive activities, and more. Learn how to use this resource for student independence in the math classroom!
Are you not yet using Google Classroom? Are you using it, but not feeling like you’re using it to its potential? Join us for a session designed to make you comfortable with this excellent online classroom and its ever-improving functions.
English teachers! Would you like to use digital resources to help your students master grammar standards? Join us for tours of online resources like NoRedInk, IXL, Collections, and more to discover how you can create interactive grammar lessons and empower students for independent work.
The old fashioned, teacher-worshipping PowerPoint presentation is quickly dying. Check out what’s replacing it with NearPod. Learn how you can create a presentation that students engage with through interactive elements like quizzes, discussion, and polls. Make your lectures student-centered activities and watch the benefits!
Struggling through writing IEP’s? You can cut down on that work with some simple tips and digital tools. Join us to learn how to use STAR assessments, and Google Forms for quick and easy data gathering and faster writing of IEP goals.
Did you know that students with IEP’s and 504’s may qualify for free ebooks and audiobooks? It’s all in Bookshare, a digital resource that provides support for students with disabilities and the teachers that support them. Learn how to make the most of the opportunity!
Digital Organization in a 1:1 EnvironmentApril 25, 2017 at 7:30 pm – 8:30 pmMcCord Junior High School, North McCord Road, Sylvania, OH, United States Room 20This course is for anyone that is new to using Google Drive or needs help getting organized and staying organized. This course will cover creating and naming files and folders, uploading files and folders, and moving documents around. The instructor will demonstrate best practices and then help participants put these best practices into action.