Google Forms is one of the core G Suite apps. It is a multipurpose tool that allows administrators, teachers, and students an easy way to collect and organize information, big or small. Plan events, survey parents, create a quick opinion poll for students, create quizzes and informal assessments for a lesson, export data to a Google Sheet to analyze trends, and collect information in a steamlined, easy way. Come join our Curriculum Specialists as they walk you through the process to begin incorporating Google Forms in your classroom!
Classroom management is a teacher's top priority to keep good instruction fluid in a traditional classroom. In a Google Classroom, it is just as important. Learn tips for student communication, differentiating assignments and more in this course!
Using Google Classroom for the first time? This session will walk you through the most basic functionality of Google Classroom. We will cover creating your first class, inviting students and posting content for your students to access such as questions and assignments.
Using Google Drive for the first time? This session will walk you through the most basic functionality of Google Drive from the first time signed in to creating your first folder and document. We will review how to create folders, documents, converting content and sharing settings.
Taking attendance remotely can be a little tricky but using Google Forms in Google Classroom makes it easier. We will look at creating a form and assigning it in Google Classroom so you can start taking attendance remotely.
Using the power of Google Classroom, teachers can continue productivity for students and keep instruction going. Students can access content, complete assignments, join into conversations, either synchronously or asynchronously. Along, with google Meet, teachers can keep students and parent up-to-date with assignments and announcements.
Not only can Google Classroom serve as the vehicle to deliver your instructional content but can facilitate assessment as well! We are here to share tips for delivering instructional materials and links to assessments students can access on their own devices at home. This course will focus on using Google Classroom to push-out materials that can be assessed through a Monster Quiz to gather students to collaborate and monitor student understanding at the same time.
Let’s take our knowledge of Google tools to the next level! Join us as we discuss the benefits of using Google Slides with your students. We’ll show you how to create engaging and visually appealing Google Slide presentations using text, images, animations, and links. We’ll also discuss how to share, collaborate, and publish your Slides. Finally, we’ll cover some best practices for presentation creation, and share ideas for using Google Slides across all grade levels!
In this course we will talk about the basic features of Google Docs - not just as a word processor, but as a powerful and innovative collaboration and sharing tool. From research to images and drawing, Google Docs is well integrated. Join us to get the most out of your Google Docs!
Are your kids using Google Classroom at home you wish to help out? What does that mean? How can you see what they're working on? What can you do to help your child? Well, here is a simple guide to help you help your child.In this course, we'll go over the basics of Google Classroom and what you need to know as a parent.
Most teachers who use Google Classroom are probably familiar with its desktop website. However, what if you, or your students, need to access Google Classroom on an iPad? Join us as we look at Google Classroom on the iPad, and review where you can find all of those important features including, where to create and submit assignments, add attachments, and see student progress.
Teachers are always looking for an activity to keep their students engaged, whether they are in the classroom, or working from home. Join us as we use Google Docs to provide a fun and engaging lesson for your students as they create trading cards for any content. By the end of this course, you'll have a great lesson that you can use tomorrow!
Looking for a way to get some face-to-face time remotely? Google Meet has you covered! In this course we will take you through setting up a Google Meet and go over some different strategies for how to use this tool for remote learning for your class.
Join Joseph and Matt as they share tips and things to consider as you prepare for Remote Learning in your school or District.
Congratulations! You have made it to the final session in our Google Educator Advanced certification series! In this session, we will prepare you with the necessary tools to complete your final assignment. We'll take a closer look at the rubric and review the Google Educator Certification process, should you decide to proceed onward with Google's own certification.
Wouldn’t it be great to have an easy way to schedule the content you plan to display on your Chrome device tomorrow, next week, or even next month? Chrome Sign Builder is a Google Chrome app that allows school administrators, and anyone they grant permission to, the opportunity to create schedules for what will be displayed on Chrome devices throughout the school. With Chrome Sign Builder the options are endless — from images, to Google Slides presentations, to YouTube videos and playlists. Join us to learn how it works!
Session 11 in our Google Educator Advanced series will focus on providing students with new experiences to enhance discussion and gather ideas with peers. While discussing Google tools such as Sites, Blogger, Calendar, and Hangouts, we will look at various ways that students can share their voice with a larger audience. Join us to look at some new ways digital communication can enhance your classroom.
In Session 10 of our Google Educator Advanced series, we will discuss ways in which students can take ownership of their learning. We will also work on strategies for giving students choice in their assignments. We will then discuss how these assignments can advance skills such as time management, organization, and academic growth. This session will focus on using technology for group work activities, having students choose their own activities, and creating and sharing presentations.
Take research to the next level with Google Search and other research tools. Learn how to improve results, cite sources, and even locate academic resources in Session 9 of our Google Educator Advanced course series.
It has never been easier to connect with people and places from all over the world. Our students often take advantage of these opportunities in their personal lives, so why not bring this opportunity into a safe space such as the classroom? Extending your students' knowledge in this realm could leave a fantastic impression on them. Join us for Session 8 as we explore the world!
In Session 7 of our Google Educator Advanced certification series, we will explore new learning activities that enable students to work collaboratively in the classroom. We will discuss how to create unique lesson experiences for students and how to utilize apps to enhance curriculum. We will focus on creating interactive Docs, Slides, and Forms, utilizing Google tools for individualized instruction, and creating videos where students can be self-guided.
Learn how to share the learning process with Google products in Session 6 of our Google Educator Advanced series. In this session, you'll learn the best methods for keeping your lesson materials and assignments organized, and how to help your students develop digital portfolios.
When it comes to collecting data from students, many of us are familiar with the ways in which we can use technology to our benefit. The part you might not be aware of is how we can then use this data to determine the best methods of instruction going forward. Join Session 5 of our Google Educator Advanced series to learn how this data can be used for the greater good of the entire classroom.
It's time to use technology to take your productivity to the next level! There are several ways to enhance your workflow on Google, like using add-ons, apps, and extensions. Join us for Session 4 of our Google Educator Advanced series where we will take a look at how to manage a variety of these tools to enhance functionality for teachers and students.
In Session 3 of our Google Advanced course series, we will dive into how to effectively differentiate instruction while following learning models like Project-Based Learning (PBL), Blended Learning, and Flipped Learning.
In Session 2 of our Google Educator Advanced Digital Teacher Certification, we will focus on the tools that can help you be successful when implementing technology into the classroom. Join us as we review these valuable tools and resources! We'll also examine some streamlined ways to share key aspects with other professionals.
Welcome to Session 1 of our Google Educator Advanced Digital Teacher Certification (DTC)! In this session we will introduce you to the certification courses, requirements, and assignments. We'll also discuss where you can access support during the course, and introduce you to the main themes and apps we'll cover. Join us to learn what you'll need to be successful in our Google Educator Advanced Certification.
Google has great tools for education and can make your classroom more interactive for your students. Explore tools that you can use within G Suite to benefit your ELL and ENL students as well as your native speakers as they utilize technology in their learning.
SMART Learning Suite Online integrates with G-Suite for Education. This session will cover how you can create, access and deliver SMART Learning suite files from Google Drive and Google Classroom. All while using content that alreayd exists in your Google Drive like Google Slides.
Ready to dive into Google Classroom? This platform brings some of the best features of Google Drive and key add-ons together in one easy-to-navigate application. In this session, you'll not only learn how to get up and running, but you'll hear some great ideas for simplifying your workflow, too. Join us to see how easy it can be to manage entire class sets of documents and assignments with this amazing tool.
Your class did a lot of great work last year. Your Google Classroom is filled with discussions, assignments, and quality feedback. Your Google Drive has your organizational structure for assignment submissions, and your collaborative tools have evidence of all the work put in. We don't want to see it go, either! Before you hit that dreaded trash can icon, hear us out. In this session, we'll tell you why you should archive instead of delete, and we'll show you how to do it! Hint: You and your students will still be able to access last year's hard work, and you'll set yourself up for even more success in the year to come.
Congratulations! You have made it to the last session in our Google Educator Basics Certification series! You are one assignment away from earning your certificate and this session is going to give you all the tips, tricks, and details you need to make that happen! We will provide you with plenty of example final assignments, a detailed look at the rubric, and a review of the Google Educator Certification process should you decide to move forward.
Join us for our fourteenth session of our Google Educator Basics Digital Teacher Certification! After reviewing numerous tools and applications within the realm of Google, we have a few to mention! You might find that Google Earth and Google Translate could be great additions to your classroom, and you might be surprised to see what you might find!
Hang in there — summer is almost here! Join our curriculum specialists as we take a look at how to close out the school year using Google. We will focus on getting you ready for next school year now, so you can have more fun in the sun this summer. We'll show you how to organize your Google Drive, wrap up your digital gradebooks, and create a summer to-do list so you are ready to hit the ground running at the start of the next school year.
Did you know that YouTube, the popular video sharing website, can be used as an effective tool in the classroom? Join us for Session 13 of our Google Educator Basics Digital Teacher Certification series to learn about embedding videos, creating playlists, and more!
In Session 12 of our Google Educator Basics Digital Teacher Certification, we'll explore ways to share your students' work using Google Sites. We'll share examples of the many ways Google Sites can be used in the classroom, and by the end of this session, you will know how to create your own site, complete with images, text, and embedded content!
Interested in finding a great way to quickly create and organize assignments, provide feedback efficiently, and easily communicate with your students? Join us for Session 11 of our Google Educator Basics Digital Teacher Certification - we're talking all about Google Classroom! This platform brings together some of Google Drive's best features and add-ons in one easy-to-navigate application. In this session, we'll cover how to get started by creating a class, adding students and materials, and how to manage it all.
In Session 10 of our Google Educator Basics certification, you will learn all about Google Forms! Google Forms is a great tool for teachers; you can use it to collect and grade quizzes as well as gather feedback from students! Join us to learn how you can incorporate Google Forms into your classroom.
Join us for Session 9 in our Google Educator Basics Digital Teacher Certification to learn about using Google Sheets in the classroom. We'll focus on ways you can increase organization and productivity by leveraging Sheets. You'll learn creative and customized ways to add, organize, and analyze data to inform instruction, identify a student's weak areas, and view student growth over time.
Continue your learning in session eight of our Google Educator Basics Certification course! In this session we will dive into the benefits of Google Slides. You will learn how to share slides with the aim of decreasing the amount of paper copies you create, learn how to create engaging and attractive presentations, and get some tips and tricks on best practices for presentation creation!
Join us for our Google Classroom Updates session, where our Curriculum Specialists will show you some of the latest changes and innovations to come to Google Classroom in April 2019. You'll not only learn all about these updates, but discover how they can enhance your Google Classroom experience.
Session 7 of our Google Educator Basics Digital Teacher Certification is all about Google Docs, Google Drawings, and using these tools for class collaboration! We will discuss the real-time editing features of Google Docs and the ability to share these files with individuals or groups for editing and providing feedback. We'll also dive into how to use Google Drawings to increase collaboration and creativity in the classroom.
In our sixth session of our Google Educator Basics Digital Teacher Certification, we will explore how to get more organized by keeping track of class schedules and appointments using Google calendar. We will also discuss how to use Google Tasks to stay more organized in addition to demonstrating the many uses of Google Keep.
Wondering how to increase student and teacher communication? Join us for session five as we dive into support resources. We'll explain Gmail, Google hangouts, the variety of Google tools that can assist in the classroom, and how to utilize these tools to increase teacher organization. Our discussion will include how you can facilitate effective student collaboration, hold productive meetings, and create opportunities for fair and open communication both in and outside of your classroom.
Join us for the fourth session of our Google Educator Basics Digital Teacher Certification (DTC) to learn how to utilize Google Drive in your classroom. With discussion topics like uploading content, making and sharing documents, and creating a paperless classroom, it's sure to be a wild ride!
Join us for the third session of the Google Educator Basic Digital Teacher Certification (DTC)! In this session, we'll discuss how to maximize the use of Google Chrome, and highlight the many functions that make it more than your traditional web browser. You'll also learn how to search more effectively, and how to use the Chrome Web Store to manage extensions and themes.
Do you ever feel like you don't have enough support? Here at Teq, we got you! Continue your learning when you join us for the second session of our Google Educator Basic Digital Teacher Certification (DTC) where we will explore the resources available to you through the Google Learning Center and Help Page. During this course you will learn about best practices for implementing technology in your classroom, teaching digital citizenship, and where to locate support resources.
Join us for the first session in our 15 part series of Teq's Google Educators Basic Digital Teacher Certification! With this certification, you will learn how to create a 21st century classroom with Google — and who knows, you might even go on to take Google's Educator Level 1 exam! This session will be an introduction to our certification program. We'll discuss the breakdown of courses, assignment requirements, and support resources. We will also go over the Google Tools that will be covered throughout the certification and how you can use these in creative ways to expand your classroom and create relevant, collaborative, and exciting learning opportunities for your students.
In this session, you'll learn how to use Google Forms to create self-grading assessments. Forms are one of the most versatile tools Google has to offer. From collecting data, to conducting peer reviews and formative assessments, join us to explore the variety of ways that Google Forms can be implemented in your classroom.
For teachers, time is the #1 commodity. We're on a mission to save you time throughout the school year, so you don't have to wait till summer break to have some actual "you" time. In this session, we will share some time-saving tips like making Google Forms Quizzes, importing grades into Google Classroom, and saving question sets in SMART lab. Time flies...but these tools can help you save some!
See how Google can improve the quality of your project-based learning activities. Learn how to implement Google-based PBL activities to promote critical thinking, communication, and collaboration in your classroom. In this course, you will learn how to use Google’s free tools to promote the key elements of PBL, such as research, collaboration, gathering (and analyzing) feedback, and presenting knowledge in your classroom.
The purpose of a chart is to visualize data in a way that accurately represents the story a dataset is telling. Tools like Excel, Google Sheets, and Numbers offer a wide variety of chart options and it is sometimes difficult to decide which works best for your purpose and identify which don’t work at all. Join us as we discuss what components are important in various chart types and the ways you can help students choose the appropriate chart for their dataset!
Are you looking for ways to use Google Tools to support an English Language Learner(ELL) in your classroom? In this session we will show you how to use Add-ons like Google Translate, and extentions like Read & Write, Google Input Tools, and Google Dictionary to better support your ELL students.
Digital Online Certifications
Below are some popular Digital Teacher Certifications that are available as a series of online courses. Click on a logo to start your certification track today!