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Students and teachers that are looking to engage in robotics and coding at all skill levels must check out the Root robot! iRobot, the makers of the famous Roomba, are the creators of the Root coding robot, which is ready to program right out of the box. With its free coding app, students can progress through three learning levels of coding. Root has lights, sounds, and sensors as well as the ability to climb your magnetic whiteboard! Come check out this course and explore all that the Root has to offer!
Lumio by SMART integrates with Google Workspace for Education. This session will cover how you can create, access, and deliver Lumio files from Google Drive and Google Classroom, all while using content that already exists in your Google Drive!
In this session, we’ll introduce you to the world of Snap Circuits. Snap Circuits make learning electronics a snap starting at age 8. We’ll cover information about Snap Circuits parts, review basic troubleshooting, explore how to use them, and even demo some simple projects to get started.
As teachers, we're constantly looking for ways to streamline our classroom and make everyday tasks easier. What if there was a tool that could help you easily informally assess your students and see what theme they want for their reward party? Look no further than Plickers! In this course, we'll tell you everything you need to know to get started using Plickers QR responses in your classroom. You'll walk away feeling confident in creating classes & your first activity, and be inspired to use them as part of your class routine.
Join us for this course where we will be exploring the digital design tool, Canva. Canva is perfect for both teachers and students to use in the classroom to create a wide variety of projects! We will explore the basics of digital design, photo editing, design layout, and more, all within this free and easy-to-use platform!
Check out this exciting new feature within Google Classroom - Google Read Along! Formerly called Bolo, Google Read Along is available to Google Workspace for Education Plus and Google Workspace for Teaching and Learning Upgrade customers. In this course, you'll discover how to get started using Read Along in Google Classroom, benefits and usage for students, best practices, and how you can design instructional tasks with Read Along. Learn how you can use this amazing Google app to help your students boost independence and build reading skills.
In five easy steps, you can create and conduct digital exams with Dugga! Dugga can be used for different subjects, levels of education, and assessments. This includes high-stakes exams, assignments, home exams, homework, tests, quizzes, and formative assessment - in-class or remote. In this session, you will get an overview of how to use Dugga as a tool for day-to-day assessment in your school.
Welcome to the wonderful world of Piper! Join us for this session where we will learn about the basics of the Piper Computer Kit, a DIY computer kit designed to be put together like a wooden puzzle. Once assembled, students have the opportunity to learn and play through an interactive video game experience. Using Piper, students will learn the basics of engineering, coding, and computational thinking, all while developing the skills they need to solve larger real-world problems using technology.
Cricut makes smart cutting machines that work with an easy-to-use app to help teachers and students in all subject areas and all grade levels design and personalize almost anything. In this session, we’ll go over the basics of using a Cricut and cover how to get started with your Cricut account and their design software. We’ll also discuss some cross-curricular activity ideas for you and your students so you can get started on creating unique projects. Let’s explore what this fun and easy to use machine has to offer!
Meet micro:bit, a pocket-sized computer that introduces you and your students to the basics of how hardware and software interact with each other. In this introductory session, we will take a look at all the different features that the micro:bit has to offer and teach you how to incorporate it into your classroom with some easy fall activities that you can use to engage your students.
Merge EDU is a hands-on digital learning platform that engages students in STEM with 3D objects and simulations they can touch, hold, and interact with using the Merge Cube. Join Jaime Donally from ARVRinEDU to discover the benefits of Merge EDU for teachers and students, learn how it works, and have an opportunity to participate from home. Attendees to this live session are automatically entered to win one of five bundles containing a free 1-year individual subscription to Merge EDU, a Merge Cube, a Merge t-shirt, and stickers!
Jaime Donally is a passionate technology enthusiast who began her career as a math teacher and later moved into instructional technology. Her latest adventures include the launch of Global Maker Day and the #ARVRinEDU community. She frequently presents at events, is an edtech author, and provides staff development and training on immersive technology and the practical use of augmented and virtual reality in the classroom.
Chromebooks have become a popular choice as schools look to provide students with digital devices. But did you know that Chromebooks and the Chrome browser have accessibility tools that can help make content accessible for everyone? Join us to learn about Chromebook accessibility tools and how they can benefit you and your students!
Formative assessments provide teachers with valuable information to inform their instructional plans. You may be familiar with other polling tools, but have you tried Microsoft Forms? Microsoft Forms is available as part of Microsoft 365 and is a great way for teachers to assess students' understanding. Join us to learn how to use Microsoft Forms and how you can incorporate it effectively in your classroom!
Let's get started with the basics of NUITEQ's Snowflake, the interactive whiteboard software. Snowflake enables teachers and students to tell engaging, interactive stories that align closely with the curriculum, provides a safe community for online and small group collaboration, and allows simultaneous personalized instruction, making curriculum relevant to students’ lives.
Get ready to check out this exciting new feature within Google Classroom available to Google Workspace for Education Plus and Google Workspace for Teaching and Learning Upgrade customers. Practice sets can help your students hone their understanding with AI-powered, real-time feedback and guidance while providing you with valuable insights. In this session, we'll show you how to set up and get started using practice sets, student usage, how students will benefit, and how you can use it to inform your instruction. Take guided practice to the next level with practice sets!
This course will teach you how to create interactive content for the Lu Interactive Wall. You will learn how to use Lu software to create games, activities, and presentations that are engaging and educational. You will also learn how to use Lu hardware to create immersive and interactive learning experiences.
Exciting things are happening at Google for Education! In this session, we'll take a look at the new collaboration between Classroom and YouTube! Now you can create assignments with engaging and interactive YouTube content. Similar to Edpuzzle and other video tools that allow you to gauge student understanding, you can now add your own questions to YouTube videos through Google Classroom. We'll show you everything you need to get started. Note that this feature is only available to Teaching & Learning Upgrade Edition and Education Plus customers.
This course will teach you how to use Lumio by SMART to create engaging and interactive learning materials that meet New York State Computer Science and Digital Fluency (CSDF) standards. You will learn how to use Lumio's features to create presentations, lessons, and activities that will help your students learn in a fun and engaging way while satisfying the requirements of the CSDF standards.
Are you nervous about learning the powerful Adobe Photoshop app? This course will teach you the basics of using Photoshop Elements, a powerful image editing software program designed for casual users, like teachers and students. You will learn how to edit photos, create collages, and add effects. You will also learn how to print and share your photos.
In this third session of our re-introduction to the new and improved MAD-learn platform we will be taking a deeper dive into the Design, Build and Test phases. The MAD-learn app creation platform allows students to focus on the creative aspect of app creation first, allowing the students to utilize their artistic sides to create something that will put the "A" in STEAM!
Are you new to Google Workspace? This session will walk you through the most basic functionality of Google Drive and Docs. We'll take you through your first sign in, creating your first folder, and the initial use of documents. We will also review how to use basic features and tools as well as sharing settings and more. Join us to start our Google journey, or to brush up if you are out of practice.
We will explore the many features and benefits of Sora by OverDrive, including how it can be used to support literacy and learning in the classroom and beyond. We will also demonstrate how to get started with Sora, including how to sign in, borrow books, and customize your reading experience. Whether you are a teacher, librarian, or student, Sora by OverDrive is a must-have tool for anyone looking to discover and explore the world of digital reading.
Schoology is a powerful virtual learning environment where teachers can create and deliver meaningful instruction for students. In this session, we'll focus on creating a new course from the ground up for our youngest learners using Schoology's new Elementary Experience for K-5 students. Discover how to enable the Elementary Experience, set-up and organize materials, add co-teachers, and more!