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1. One-Hour Summer Session:Google Classroom and Google Sites your new LMS (Learning Management System)

Program: Instructional Technology

Dates: 8/5/2020

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This one hour webinar will help participants to create a website to be used in conjunction with Google Classroom. Learn how to organize your website, what to house there, and the advantages of using a Google Site for classroom instruction.

2. One-Hour Summer Session: Google Classroom: Efficient Grading Techniques

Program: Instructional Technology

Dates: 8/6/2020

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This one hour webinar will cover everything that involves grades inside of Google classroom. Teachers will learn how to create graded assignments and change point value based on their specific grading system. Importing grades using Google Quizzes, setting up categories for the gradebook as total points or weighted categories, as well as creating and reusing rubrics will all be taught.

3. One-Hour Summer Session: Starting an eSports Program

Program: Instructional Technology

Dates: 8/10/2020

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Across the country, groups of students, that might not usually participate in traditional organized team sports, are experiencing the thrill of competition and what it means to be part of a team through eSports. Students that participate in eSports teams develop a sense of community, build character, are exposed to scholarship opportunities, and are engaged in STEM activities outside of the normal school day. This workshop will explain eSports and how to get an eSports team started.

4. One-Hour Summer Session: Digital Citizenship and Online Safety Resources

Program: Instructional Technology

Dates: 8/11/2020

There are many aspects needed to create a successful distance learning program. Along with curriculum, lesson delivery, and tech skills, students must learn how to conduct themselves while online. This session will provide turnkey resources related to digital citizenship and online safety for teachers to implement next school year.

5. One-Hour Summer Session: Google Classroom: The Student's Perspective

Program: Instructional Technology

Dates: 8/11/2020

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Take some time to reflect and learn about Google Classroom from the student perspective. This 1 hour webinar will help you to better use Classroom as a teacher by helping you to understand the student experience. Participants will leave with skills they can teach students to make using Google Classroom smoother for both student and teacher.

6. One-Hour Summer Session: Creating Interactive Google Slide deck

Program: Instructional Technology

Dates: 8/12/2020

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In this Summer Webinar Series Session, participants will learn how to use Google Slides as a multipurpose toolkit. This toolkit will allow students to stay organized while completing a variety of tasks to include: watching an embedded video, listening to audio, accessing linked resources, and manipulating slides interactively. In this one-hour session, teachers will learn how to create and embed video, create audio files, utilize the textbox, set background images (to eliminate the deletion of content on a slide), and create an interactive checklist.

7. One-Hour Summer Session: Coding 101: Coding in the Elementary

Program: Instructional Technology

Dates: 8/13/2020

In this one hour session we will focus on how elementary classrooms can strengthen critical thinking skills using various free coding platforms. With the uncertainty of returning to normal operations next fall coding activities are a great way to keep your students engaged while remote learning.
During this one-hour online session, participants will learn how to organize their Gmail using advanced features, filters, and labels to optimize their workflow. We will also discuss the general flow of email communication, from creating and formatting a good message to the different ways in which we can respond to a message. Finally, we will review the topic of integration in the G Suite and examine how Gmail connects to additional applications including Google Contacts, Tasks, Calendar, and Keep.

9. Creating Engaging Video

Program: Instructional Technology

Dates: 8/17/2020 to 8/28/2020

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Delivering content during times of distance learning can be challenging. Join us for this hands-on class, taught through a mixture of self-guided activities using multiple recording platforms to create engaging video tutorials. The videos created can be used to deliver content, create a digital assessment (Edpuzzle/Google Forms), and to promote communication.

10. Creating Virtual Classrooms using Bitmojis

Program: Instructional Technology

Dates: 8/18/2020 to 8/20/2020

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In this hybrid online/webinar course, the first day participants will identify key elements of a virtual classroom. This first day will be held online (8/18) materials will be given and there is no actual live meeting. The second-day participants will learn how to create an interactive virtual Classroom using the Bitmoji App and Google Slides by participating in a LIVE webinar at 11 am (8/19), participants must attend this day live for credit. Finally, the last day (8/20) participants will be expected to create/submit an example to be used in their classrooms this fall. There will be no live meeting this last day, participants will turn their finished project in digitally.

11. One-Hour Summer Session: Digital Assessments Using Google Forms

Program: Instructional Technology

Dates: 8/20/2020

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In this Summer Webinar Series Session, participants will learn the basics of creating digital assessments using Google Forms. In addition to learning how to create digital quizzes and tests with automatic grading features, teachers will learn how to re-image worksheets that can incorporate video, links to external resources, and include images/pictures.

12. One-Hour Summer Session: Google Sheets to organize and comprehend data

Program: Instructional Technology

Dates: 8/21/2020

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Individuals who want to learn how to create sophisticated spreadsheets with Google Sheets from their desktop, tablet, or smartphone can take help from this effective course. Taking this course will help you learn how to organize, analyze, and share your most important data with Google Sheets, as well as you will learn how to make your own supercharged spreadsheets.

13. One-Hour Summer Session:Google Classroom: The multiple uses of Google Jamboard

Program: Instructional Technology

Dates: 8/25/2020

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In this Summer Webinar Series Session, participants will learn how to create interactive Jam for use in their Google Classrooms. Jamboard is an interactive digital whiteboard tool powdered by the Google Apps For Education. This app allows for students to use their finger tip or a stylus on a touch screen device to write responses, draw pictures, show their work for math problems and be creative in new ways. During this one hour session, participants will be shown how to create lessons where students are asked to draw a timeline, label a diagram, complete math problems, draw a graph, write a narrative, and draw a picture.

14. Collaborative Conversations

Program: Instructional Technology

Dates: 9/8/2020 to 10/20/2020

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Welcome to 30 days of Collaborative Conversations in the Classroom! Each school day, you'll have a short video and assignment that should be 30 minutes or less. You'll receive expert strategies that are proven to impact student outcomes and you'll learn how to facilitate collaborative conversations in your classroom, and much more. This course is designed to be integrated with your daily instruction. As you work through this course, consider engaging with colleagues in team meetings or professional learning community sessions. All your reflections can be used to promote professional dialogue around best practices in collaborative learning. Collaborative Conversations works wonderfully with informational articles from Avhieve3000, should your district purchase that program.