In this hands-on workshop, participants will learn how to use Google Documents, Google Spreadsheets, Google Forms, Google Presentations, and Google Drawing environments to create and share collaborative files saved "in the cloud." Specifically, participants will learn how to:
This workshop is designed for beginner through intermediate computer users, and will include discussion as well as examples of how these tools can be effectively used in K-12 as well as university classroom settings. Although this workshop is designed primarily with educators in mind, progressively-minded business leaders and employees are invited to attend as well and learn how to leverage Google applications within their industry sector. This workshop is BYOL: Bring your own laptop. AC power and wifi connectivity is provided. Participants will work independently and in collaborative teams during the workshop to create and share digital products.
Lunch and refreshments are provided, and included in the workshop cost.
This hands-on workshop meets the definition of high quality professional development as required by the No Child Left Behind Act [Title IX, Part A, Section 9101 (34)]. The activities in this workshop are directly aligned to the Priority Academic Student Skills (PASS), student academic achievement standards and assessments. The primary goal of the workshop is to improve and increase teachers’ knowledge of digital literacy and the National Educational Technology Standards (NETS) for teachers / administrators / students, and help enable teachers to become highly qualified. Attendance certificates for professional development will be available.
Payments or School Purchase Orders must be submitted in advance either by:
Direct questions about this workshop opportunity to Wesley Fryer.
Speed of Creativity Learning LLC is owned and operated by Wesley Fryer of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
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