Google Classroom Self-Paced Courses and Repositories

Click on the titles of the Classrooms below to view a description and access the code. These anytime, anywhere self-paced professional development courses are perfect for busy teachers who want to learn more about how technology can enhance your curriculum.

Beginning of the Year Google Classroom Setup

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This Google Classroom will provide you with the basic skills needed to create your very first class and will be ongoing throughout the first 9 weeks. Each week I will upload examples of lesson ideas and implementation tips to help you utilize this tool to enhance your classroom instruction.

Keep Going with Google Classroom: 2nd 9 Weeks

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This classroom is a continuation of the previous BOY Google Classroom Setup. I’ll provide you with examples of lessons and discuss best practices to engage students while modeling ways you can incorporate the 4 Cs. This workshop is self-paced, not time consuming at all, and supports those weak areas identified by your campus Clarity results. 

Using G Suite to Foster the 4Cs

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G Suite offers many different applications that are perfect for fostering the 4Cs in your classroom. Learn how to get your students creating, communicating, collaborating and thinking critically on a daily basis. I will continue to add lesson examples throughout the year.

HyperDocaholics

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Interested in sharing a Hyperdoc you have created with the rest of our district? Fill out this Google Form and I will add it to our NEISD HyperDocaholics Google Classroom. Lessons from all subject areas and grades are welcome. Give one or take one…. it’s totally up to you.

Shift the Way You Deliver Content With HyperDocs


 

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How are you using technology in your classroom? Want to truly redefine the student learning experience and shift your teaching practice? HyperDocs could be the answer you are looking for. A digital tool that replaces the worksheet method of delivering instruction, HyperDocs are a way to package web tools that can be used to transform your lessons into interactive, multi-layered experiences for students.

Make Curriculum Pop with Thinglink

 

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It starts with an image. Define the image through multimedia. Present ideas. Pack it full of content. Create links to amazing sites. Have students answer essential questions and demonstrate an understanding of content through the use of Thinglink.

SeeSaw Vs. Google Classroom

 

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Confused about which digital workflow tool best fits your needs? In this online course, you will learn the advantages and disadvantages of both platforms. Once you have a clear understanding of what each product does, you then choose your self-guided training path to get you started with implementation. If you choose to learn about both platforms, you will receive an extra hour of Eduphoria credit.