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How does Teq love social studies? Let us analyze the ways...join us for an exciting session as we explore some Valentine's Day-themed social studies lessons geared towards middle and high school students. We'll share our admiration for social studies by providing you with ideas exploring the history of Valentine's Day traditions across the globe, geography, and even famous romantic couples. Join us for some sweet graphic organizers, templates, and a whole lot of fun!
Explore the boundaries of creative expression in this course on redefining creative writing prompts. In this course, we will explore diverse methods for crafting prompts that help ignite your students’ imagination. We will also delve into innovative approaches to showcase students’ writing as we break away from traditional molds.
Using restorative practices in your classroom can be a game changer for building and maintaining positive relationships with challenging students. Join us for this course where we will lay a foundation for restorative circles, where they originated, and useful ways to integrate them into your practice.
Note, this course was previously aired but because of its popularity we are running a recording of this session live at this time. The presenter will not be able to address your questions, but our Professional Development team members will be in the chat box to answer any questions you have. This session can also be found in our Course Library by searching the same title.
Feedback is the key to helping your students feel more confident in their abilities! There is a lot of professional development out there about the “right way” to change these negative feelings in the classroom, but does this look different depending on the subject you teach? Join us for this course, where we will explore different ways to help students shift their mindsets to be able to grow and learn in your math classroom.
When students create infographics, they are using informational, visual, and technological literacies. When teachers create infographics, they can spark classroom debates, gamify an activity, or provide aid for a difficult concept. Infographics can make wonderful study guides, but what happens when students struggle to understand them? Join us as we dissect these unique tools and learn how to develop assessments to help students successfully showcase a mastery of their knowledge through infographics.
Join us for this course where we will check out the new features and fixes from the latest release of SMART Notebook: 23.1 SP2. We will highlight the newest features introduced in this version as well as point out fixes and updates so that you can continue creating high level, engaging lessons for your students.
Did you know there is a hidden gem in the world of Google-created apps? It's the relatively new app, Google Canvas! Let's explore this easy-to-use and navigable application that will allow your students to be little Picassos or VanGoghs. We will learn how to express our creative side by incorporating this app with other Google Workspace apps for easy classroom use.
As educators, we are constantly looking for ways to engage our exceptional learners and help them maximize their potential. What happens when you bring your ever-expanding Cricut skills into your bag of tricks? In this course, we'll look at Cricut activities and resources you can use to support your students. Join us in this session for inspiring ideas you can bring back to your classroom today!
This timely session, led by Alice Keeler, addresses the recent discontinuation of Google Jamboard and the urgent need for educators to convert their valuable resources. With the introduction of the FigJam converter, there's a limited window for teachers to preserve the work they've created in Jamboard. This workshop is designed to guide educators through the straightforward process of converting their Jamboard files to ensure they are not lost.
Alice Keeler is a former teacher, mom of five, expert in edtech integration & virtual learning, speaker, and author. She is passionate about student-centered teaching and using tech to build relationships, empower students, and make learning better. She is the author of 50 Things You Can Do with Google Classroom and Stepping Up to Google Classroom.
Dive into the world of AI in education with confidence! If you're wondering how AI fits into your teaching toolkit, this session is for you. Discover simple and effective ways to incorporate AI-powered tools into your classroom, making teaching and learning a dynamic experience.
Rachelle Dene Poth is a Spanish and STEAM teacher and attorney. She is a frequent presenter at conferences on emerging technology and ways to benefit student learning. Rachelle has been the recipient of numerous awards including the Presidential Gold Award for Volunteer Service in Education. As an accomplished author, she has seven titles currently in print, and has contributed to multiple collaborative publications. She enjoys delivering PD, especially on appsmashing, AR/VR, SEL, STEM, project-based learning, and more.
Executive functioning is crucial for learning and development. These are the skills that allow us to plan, focus, organize, and set and achieve goals. Utilizing digital resources with purposeful literacy lessons provides opportunities for teachers and students to develop self-awareness, organizational skills, self-regulation, planning and prioritizing. In this course, you'll learn how to incorporate executive functioning in reading and writing instruction to build life-long skills.
Michele L. Haiken, Ed.D. is an educator, author, and blogger. She has been teaching for more than 24 years and is passionate about empowering 21st century learners through educational technology and literacy so everyone can reach excellence. She is the author of Creative SEL: Using Hands On Projects to Boost Social-Emotional Learning and Personalized Reading.
As teachers, we always strive to provide all our students with the best learning outcomes possible. In the digital age, it's easier than ever before to give every student the tailored experience they need with a few clicks. Join us for this session, where we're going to look at the different ways you can use your Schoology LMS to help provide your students individualized support. From small group to individual scaffolds, you'll learn some great strategies to use and how to put them in place in Schoology.
In this course, we will look into how to establish a strong connection with your students and fellow staff members. We will focus on community building activities and routines to establish the basics of a positive, safe, and caring environment that is built on trust, listening, and connectedness. Join us as we explore strategies to use in your advisory class and beyond!