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April 12, 2018

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8:30 a.m. – 3:15 p.m.

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CHERRY HILL
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Making Best Use of GOOGLE CLASSROOM to Enhance Student Learning

(Grades K-6)

Presented by Stacey Schuh
Outstanding Teacher and Google Certified Trainer

Specifically Designed for Educators Serving Grades K-6: Classroom Teachers, Technology Integration Specialists, Title I Staff, Special Education Staff, Library/Media Specialists, and Administrators

  • Practical ways to utilize Google Classroom to enhance content instruction and streamline student engagement in the elementary classroom
  • Differentiate instruction more easily with a variety of free Google Tools that allow you to customize Chrome and better meet the needs of all of your learners
  • Timesaving strategies to more easily manage student work in the new Google Classroom … Assign, collect, grade, and give feedback easily

You are welcome to bring a fully charged Chromebook or laptop with a Chrome Browser installed. It is not, however, a requirement to attend this seminar. An iPad or an Android tablet will not provide access to the full range of Google or Chrome resources covered in the seminar.

Practical Ideas and Strategies

This outstanding, NEW seminar is designed for educators working with students in the elementary classroom who want to make more effective use of Google Classroom and a variety of free Google tools and Google apps to enhance content learning. Google Certified Trainer, STACEY SCHUH, will show new ways to more efficiently tap into the power of online student collaboration with Google Classroom and how to take greater advantage of the most useful aspects of G Suite for Education. You will also learn how to make the best use of many of the most useful Google Tools including, Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Forms, add-ons and more. Stacey will also share the ways many districts are stretching their technology budgets through the incorporation of affordably-priced Google Chromebooks for students.

Whether you are new to using Google Classroom or are an experienced user, you’ll leave this seminar with a wealth of ideas you’ll be able to use immediately. You will also receive an extensive Google Classroom resource handbook with step-by-step instructions for utilizing the tools and apps presented in this seminar as well as the details that will enable you to connect to a companion website to reinforce and extend your learning after the seminar.

Ten Key Benefits of Attending

  1. Timesaving Strategies
    How to use Google Classroom to save yourself time while increasing your effectiveness
  2. Unleash the Power of Google Classroom
    Examine how you can use Google Classroom to create and organize assignments, provide feedback and communicate more efficiently with large numbers of students
  3. Maximize Your Productivity
    Explore timesaving options that allow both users and devices to open at specific sites and settings while streamlining tab management
  4. Utilize the Newest Features of Google Classroom
    Discover the newest features of Google Classroom … Be prepared to be amazed
  5. Enhance Student Collaboration with Teacher-Tested Google Classroom Projects and Activities
    Sample a variety of projects that you can take back and customize for your classroom
  6. Streamline Your Workflow and Provide Quick Feedback with Google Classroom
    Learn essential strategies to assign documents, name and submit assignments, provide feedback, and grade and return assignments … Discover how a simple Google Form can become a timesaving drop box
  7. Create and Curate Content with YouTube
    Learn how to easily create tutorials and create a playlist for your classroom
  8. Utilize the Full Potential of Google Forms
    Explore the amazing ways teachers are using Google Forms beyond simple survey tools … From formative assessments and exit tickets to creating observations and data collections using mobile devices
  9. More Effectively Differentiate Instruction Using the Best Chrome Extensions and Google Drive Add-Ons
    Support all learners with extensions and add-ons to define words, remove distractions and convert speech to text
  10. Receive an Extensive Google Tools and Apps Resource Handbook and Access to a Specially Created Website with Helpful Resource Links
    Each participant will receive an extensive resource handbook that includes detailed descriptions and practical classroom applications of each of the Google Tools and Apps presented during the seminar … Receive information on how to access a specially created website with helpful links and online tutorials for a variety of Google Tools

Outstanding Strategies You Can Use Immediately

  • Practical strategies for using Google Classroom and a variety of free Google Tools to enhance content instruction in the elementary classroom
  • Timesaving tips and tools for using Chromebooks to make your life easier, both in and out of the classroom
  • How to find, download and install the latest Chrome apps that are applicable to elementary instruction
  • Work smarter, not harder … Learn timesaving tips for using a Google Classroom more efficiently, including self-grading, multiple-choice and project-based assessments
  • How Google Classroom can be used to differentiate content instruction with students in the elementary classroom
  • Advanced applications of Google Classroom to streamline your work and communicate with students and parents ease
  • What cloud-based computing is and how it can make your life easier in your classroom
  • How to utilize Chrome profiles to access your bookmarks, information and files from anywhere
  • A wealth of ways to fully engage your students in productive collaborative learning
  • How to use built-in apps to streamline classroom management and routines
  • Valuable tips to get the most from even one tablet or Chromebook in your classroom
  • Innovative strategies for moving toward a paperless classroom
  • Real-time student assessment utilizing a number of data gathering methods

A Message From Your Seminar Leader

Dear Colleague:

As educators, we want to provide students with opportunities to learn and grow. We want our students to share and collaborate with one another and along the way. Students need to build important skills that will be useful throughout their lives. Google Classroom, Google Apps and Tools can create authentic learning opportunities that allow students to collaborate, present and share ideas.

As an experienced elementary school teacher, I understand the time constraints and pressures of meeting the diverse needs of classroom students. I have had the opportunity to experience firsthand how Google Classroom can be used to engage, differentiate and reach reluctant learners.

Throughout our day together, I will share the best practices for using Google Classroom, Apps and Tools to give students a voice, communicate with parents and support struggling learners.

I invite you to join me for a day of exploration and discussion on how to more effectively utilize Google Classroom to enhance your instructional program. Whether you use Google Tools or you are new to using Google products, you will leave with a greatly expanded repertoire of practical strategies and timesaving tips you’ll be able to use immediately.

I look forward to meeting you at the seminar!

Sincerely,
Stacey Schuh

P.S. I know how valuable your time is. This seminar will focus on practical ways to incorporate Google Classroom in your classroom and learn tips and tricks to save time.

Who Should Attend

Educators Serving Grades K-6: Classroom Teachers, Technology Integration Specialists, Title I Staff, Special Education Staff, Library/Media Specialists, and Administrators

Special Benefits of Attending

Extensive Resource Handbook
Each participant will receive an extensive Google Classroom resource handbook specifically designed for this seminar.
The handbook includes:

  • A detailed overview of the ways you can save time and increase your effectiveness using Google Classroom
  • Practical strategies and ideas for integrating G Suite and Chromebooks into the curriculum
  • Descriptions, images, publishers, and pricing information for the newest, most effective Chrome apps for elementary school classrooms
  • Tips and tricks and for using Google Classroom, Google Drive and other resources

Make the Best Use of Your Time
Our goal is to make the best use of your time during the seminar while providing you with the greatest variety of practical technology applications for your classroom. To accomplish this goal, Stacey will use a large screen multimedia projection system to demonstrate specific apps, tools and projects throughout the day. You are welcome to bring a fully charged laptop with a Chrome browser installed or Chromebook computer, but it is not a requirement to attend. An iPad or Android tablet will not provide access to the full range of Google or Chrome resources covered in this seminar. Your resource handbook and a specially created website will support your individual hands‑on exploration of the ideas and resources presented during the seminar when you return to your school.

Semester Credit Option
Brandman University Logo Up to four Graduate level professional development credit are available with an additional fee and completion of follow up practicum activities. Details for direct enrollment with Brandman University, part of the Chapman University system, will be available at this BER program.

Meet Inservice Requirements
At the end of the program, each attendee will receive a certificate of participation that may be used to verify hours of participation in meeting continuing education requirements.

   
 
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