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Do you ever feel like you don't have enough support? Here at Teq, we got you! Continue your learning by joining us for Session 2 of our Google Educator Basics micro-credential series where we'll explore resources available to you through the Google Learning Center and Help page. During this course you will learn about best practices for implementing technology into your classroom, teaching digital citizenship, and where to locate support resources.
Join us for Session 3 of our Google Educator Basics micro-crediential series where we'll discuss how to maximize the use of Google Chrome, and the functions that make it more than a traditional web browser. During this course, you will learn how to search more effectively, as well as how to use the Chrome Web Store to manage apps, extensions, and themes.
Wondering how to maximize effective communication between student and teacher? Join us for Session 5 as we dive into ways to optimize your communication with Google. We'll explain Gmail, Google Meet, and a variety of Google tools that can assist in the classroom. 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 out of the classroom.
In Session 6 of our Google Educator Basics micro-credential series, we'll explore how to get 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, and demonstrate the many uses of Google Keep.
Session 7 of our Google Basics micro-credential series 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 feedback. We'll also dive into how to use Google Drawings to increase collaboration and creativity in the classroom.
Continue your learning in Session 8 of our Google Basics series! In this session, we'll 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!
In Session 10 of our Google Educator Basics micro-credential series, you will learn all about Google Forms! Google Forms is a great tool for teachers. You can use it to collect and grade quizzes, gather feedback from students, and more. Join us to discover how you can incorporate Google Forms in your classroom.
Ready to learn about the best way to create and organize assignments? Join us for Session 11 of our Google Educator Basics series where we'll cover Google Classroom. This platform brings some of the best features of Google Drive and key add-ons together in one easy-to-navigate application. We’ll cover how to create a class, add students, manage class documents, communicate with your class, and more.
In Session 12 of our Google Educator Basics series, we'll explore ways to share your students' work using Google Sites, and many other ways Sites can be used in the classroom. By the end of this session, you will know how to create your own site, complete with images, text, and embedded content.
In this course we will continue our exploration of Notebook's interactive features. This session will include how to add sounds to objects as well as add-on tools such as the Activity Builder, SMART Blocks, and Geogebra.
At this point in the track, you should now be able to create a variety of interactive lesson content. Now, we will take a look at ClassLab in SMART Notebook for some pre-made activities from SMART. Game based activities such as Monster Quiz, Game Show, and Speed It Up; as well as built in formative assessment tools like Shout It Out and Response 2 are wonderful features that make it quick and easy to build customizable interactive content. We will show you how to deliver this content to students directly from Notebook.
Lumio, formerly known as SMART Learning Suite Online (SLSO), is a powerful online program that you can use to deliver, share, and create lesson content. In this course, we will show you how to convert various files and upload them for use on Lumio, how to create interactive handouts for students, and how to create content directly on Lumio that you can share with students and teachers alike.
In Session 3 of our micro-credential, we will continue to go beyond the basics and teach you how to import content from other areas into your Promethean software, interact with pre-created lessons, and create your own engaging activities using the linking features on ActivInspire.
In Session 6 of our Promethean micro-credential, we will continue to review the Classflow Marketplace. We’ll explore the many features offered on the Marketplace such as digital student badges, using “digital backpacks” to upload and organize their learning resources, and how Classflow can foster collaboration among your students.
In our third session, we will dive into the Microsoft brainstorming tool, OneNote. OneNote is a fantastic collaboration tool to gather information in free form by allowing typed and written annotations, pictures, drawings, and audio commentaries.
Session 4 of our Microsoft micro-credential focuses on increasing communication and organizing meetings with the use of Microsoft Outlook. Using Outlook, we’ll view group member availability, create meeting appointments while finding appropriate locations and times, and give you some helpful tips and tricks for staying connected through email.
Session 5 of our Microsoft micro-credential focuses on creating template documents for frequent use, and utilizing the bibliography elements within Microsoft Word. Word is a fantastic word processing program that helps you bring out the best in your writing with PDF editing capabilities, research and proofing tools, and collaboration and "tell me" features. And with Microsoft Office 365’s cloud capabilities, you can easily access all of your documents from anywhere, at anytime, and on any device with internet access.
Join us for an exciting session in our Microsoft micro-credential. This session focuses on creating engaging and useful presentations with Microsoft PowerPoint, and we will share some tips and tricks for creating presentations for a variety of purposes, including direct instruction, engaging multiple learning styles, and increasing interactivity.
Join us for the third session of the Apple macOS micro-credential where we will discuss how to maximize your Internet experience through the use of Safari. In this course you will learn a few tips and tricks to help you become a Safari master. We'll take a look at extensions, settings, reader mode, and more, to help teachers (and students!) make the most of Safari.
Session 4 of our Apple macOS micro-credential focuses on the use of Pages in the classroom. Join us to review how to create documents from scratch or templates, and how to enhance your documents to support student learning. We'll also discuss how to integrate other iWorks products into your documents, and how to create a collaborative workflow for your students.
Apple's Keynote is a great application — it's the one you've been seeing throughout this micro-credential! In this session, you'll learn how to create engaging presentations to make the most of your lesson content. Join us as we take a look at a full presentation and show you how to incorporate some of the great features Keynote has to offer.
iMovie is a fantastic tool to expand your teacher toolkit and help students express their learning in new ways. Session 8 of our Apple macOS micro-credential will focus on bringing media into the classroom through the use of short movies and trailers. Give your students a new way of presenting their work, reaching out to the community, and showcasing their skills with this great multimedia platform.
Welcome back for the second session of our Apple iPadOS micro-credential. Our iPads have many settings and features — where do we even begin? In this session, we will go over some of the most helpful settings and features your iPad has to offer. Screen recording, security features, screen zoom, and guided access, are just a few of the settings we will discuss. Join us to make the most of the iPads in your classroom.
No musical abilities are required for Session 7 of our Apple iPadOS micro-credential, but get ready to learn the basic features of GarageBand to help bring music into your classroom! Loops, tracks, notes, and exporting your music are just a few of the things we will be discussing in this musical of a session.
iMovie is a fantastic tool to expand your teacher toolkit and help students express their learning in new ways. Session 8 of our Apple iPadOS micro-credential will focus on bringing media into the classroom through the use of short movies and trailers. Give your students a new way of presenting their work, reaching out to the community, and showcasing their skills through this great multimedia platform.
Join us for the first session in our Assistive Technology (AT) certification! We'll start off the certification with an introduction to the series, and discuss the breakdown of courses, assignment requirements, and support resources. Then, we'll explore the first legal mandates of AT in education, and cover examples of products and equipment that exist to improve learning for people with cognitive problems, physical impairments, and learning disabilities.
Let's explore what Assistive Technology is all about. In session 2, we'll identify various disabilities and discuss how AT can support those struggling with a physical, sensory, or cognitive disability. We will also discuss the history and evolution of assistive technology to identify the most beneficial tools and devices for our students. Join us as we take a deeper dive into where AT started and how it continues to advance.
When it comes to Assistive Technology, there is a wide range of services and devices that children may be entitled to. In Session 3 of our Assistive Technology certification, we'll dive into federal law and review some of the existing laws regarding AT and the progression over time. We'll also explore the terminology and acronyms used in conversations about AT.
What if we told you that all Assistive Technology devices are classified as accommodations but not all accommodations are categorized as AT? In Session 4 of our Assistive Technology certification, we will dive into the differences between AT and accommodations by taking a closer look at the four main types of accommodations as well as the spectrum of tools and devices that fall under the AT umbrella.
Assistive Technology is used widely in school settings but also prevalent in other environments such as the home, workplace, and various locations in the community. Devices like hearing aids, wheelchairs, and braille systems are just some examples of AT equipment that are geared towards improving the everyday life of people with disabilities. In session 6, we will explore the use of AT devices in various settings outside of the classroom.
There are a number of software solutions that fall under the Assistive Technology umbrella. In addition, accessibility features such as screen readers, magnification, and alternative input software help individuals with disabilities with daily assignments in the classroom. In Session 8 of our AT certification, we will explore some of the software and accessibility supports out there to help students with mild to significant physical, cognitive, and sensory disabilities.
Assistive Technology in education is about much more than selecting and implementing the specific tool or device. Beyond the preliminary assessment to ensure a “match” between the students' abilities and the features of a device, comes the ongoing monitoring to make sure the tool is achieving its intended purpose. Join us in Session 9 to explore plans for evaluating Assistive Technology.
With all of the advances in technology each day, Assistive Technology is no exception. In recent years, calculators, high-def electronic glasses, and smartpens– to name a few, have made their appearance in the AT world. In Session 12 of our AT certification, we will explore the innovation that has been directed toward addressing students with special needs.
Congratulations! You have made it to the last session in our Assistive Technology certification series. You are one assignment away from earning your certificate! In this session, we'll provide you with an example final assignment and a detailed look at the rubric that will be used to grade your submission.
Have you tried out Blogger? Did you know that it can be a great tool for teachers and students alike? Join us for our fifth session to see what Blogger has to offer. We will explore some of the features of Blogger such as scheduling posts, adding collaborators, tagging and more!
In Session 6 of our Google Educator Advanced Micro-credential, we will explore how you can take your Google Classroom to the next level. We will dive into how you can use Google Classroom, along with Google Calendar, as a tool to keep your students (and their guardians) up to date on what's happening in your classroom!
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