The Common Core State Standards call for technology to be integrated seamlessly into instruction, thereby empowering students to publish online, critically evaluate Internet resources and use and understand multi-media’s impact on instruction. Did you know that you could use the basic abilities of Word, PowerPoint, and Excel in an online collaborative environment? Are you interested in creating a variety of online forms for assessment through surveys, quizzes, and questionnaires? Would you like to create classroom drawings or charts to access anytime or anywhere?
Come learn on March 25 about Google Drive and discover how these online collaborative environments can expand your classroom, save you time and help students meet the Common Core. Learn Advanced Search techniques, develop a Custom Search Engine, and discover easier ways to find images, resources and websites. You’ll learn how Google Drive and other Google Apps can support learning 24/7.
Cost: $95 CSD member; $135 non-member
One graduate credit available through Lindenwood University for $60!
PRE-REQUISITE: You must have a Google Account and/or Gmail.