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More Great Ways to Use Google Slides for Student-Driven Learning

Would you like to design student-driven learning projects that require students to construct knowledge as they create? Google Slides can be a useful tool for providing students with learning experiences that break traditional barriers and engage them in the process of creating.

Join me and Simple K12 for an in-depth look at great ways to use Google Slides in innovative ways that go well beyond the typical student presentation. We’ll even provide you with some templates for modification and reuse.

Join us for this FREE Google Event hosted by Simple K-12 on June 1 @ 12 pm ESTRegister for Webinar on SK!2


 

Great Ways to Use Google Slides for Student-Driven Learning

 

 

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Would you like to design student-driven learning projects that require students to construct knowledge as they create? Google Slides can be a useful tool for providing students with learning experiences that break traditional barriers and engage them in the process of creating.

Join me and Simple K12 for an in-depth look at great ways to use Google Slides in innovative ways that go well beyond the typical student presentation. We’ll even provide you with some templates for modification and reuse.

Last broadcast on May4, 2019


Using Tech to Support Marzano’s Six Step Process for Vocabulary Instruction

Marzano's

Academic vocabulary is one of the greatest predictors of student success across all areas of the curriculum. Dr. Robert Marzano has developed a successful six-step process for teaching vocabulary to improve instruction and boost the academic performance of all students. Join me and Simple K12 as we share a variety of digital tools, tips, and strategies to support Dr, Marzano’s method of vocabulary development to help students develop transferable word knowledge.


Digital Differentiation: A Tool to Support Flexible Learning Paths

Last aired on Simple K12 on April 24, 2019.

Digital Classroom

Technology is a tool that can be used to help teachers facilitate personalized learning experiences to address the diverse needs of all students. When combined with student-driven learning experiences that are fueled by essential questions and offer flexible learning paths, use of digital tools can break the learning barriers that exist in our classrooms.

Join me and Simple K12 on Wednesday, April 24, 2019, @ 5:00 PM EST for an overview of digital tools and resources to help educators design personalized learning experiences that effectively incorporate digital differentiation

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Last Broadcast on April 21, 2019


Power Up the Collaborative Writing Process with a Writing Workshop

Last aired on 2/16/19 via Simple K12

 

 

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Teaching Above the Line – Using the SAMR Model for Tech Integration

Teaching Above the Line
April 17th @ 6 pm EST

Learn how to use the SAMR model of technology integration as a guide for planning and implementing classroom learning experiences that take student learning to higher levels.

Join me and Simple K12 on April 17th @ 6 pm EST as we look at some traditional standards-aligned learning tasks and walk them up the line to show how to transform your teaching and “Teach Above the Line.”

Last aired on Simple K12 on April 17, 2019


 

Design Your Digital Classroom

 

 


Facilitate a Writing Workshop Using Google Docs

Last aired on Saturday, February 16, 2019


 
 
 

Combining the Power of Google Forms and Interactive Images for Formative Assessment

Last aired on Thursday, July 12, 2018


Maximize Your Instruction with Google Docs

 

Last aired on Thursday, August 25, 2016

 
 

Create Interactive Multimedia Graphics for Teaching and Learning

Last aired on Thursday, August 18, 2016

Create Interactive Maps Projects

Last aired on Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Improve Writing Skills Using Digital Writing and Google Docs

 

Last aired on Saturday, April 23, 2016

 
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