Email is an important communication skill in the 21st century!
Use Google forms to give a quick survey, gather data or for an assessment.
Get together in group of 2 or more teachers/staff for a non-school event such as an exercise class or a dinner for someone’s birthday. Upload 4 pictures and a very brief explanation of what/where each event is to earn this badge.
Educators will be introduced to Google Classroom, Google Drive, Docs and Slides. To give them the basics on getting started with a digital classroom. Teachers will be able to create post. Create a paperless assignment with Google Docs and create a digital interactive notebook page with Google Slides. They will also learn about real word classroom management strategies with this tool and how to assign differentiated assignments.
Educators will be introduced to integrating technology into the classroom using the SAMR model of integration by Ruben R. Puentedura, Ph.D. Students will learn to identify the 4 levels of integration and how to apply it to their own lessons plans.
Create dynamic learning materials with a Interactive whiteboard.
An interactive presentation and assessment tool that can be used to amazing effect in the classroom. The app’s concept is simple. A teacher can create presentations that can contain Quiz’s, Polls, Videos, Images, Drawing-Boards, Web Content and so on.
An online presentation app that lets your content be the star! Create and format presentations with themes, animations, and more.
The Notability iPad app creates notes that integrate handwriting, typing, drawings, audio, and pictures. Use Notability for iPad to create lecture notes and other classroom materials. Notability for iPad can also be used to annotate PDF documents, such as student assignments and PDF forms.
Apple TV is a digital media player that lets you mirror teacher and student iPads or MacBooks.