Tulare Day 1

CUE RS Tulare Shred Session Day 1

Getting Googley

Theme - All about Google Apps in the classroom and for student projects.

FacultySession Title  Session Description
 Kristen Berg Creating Multimedia Text Sets with Google Let's create multimedia text sets to provide students with multiple perspectives on a topic.  Learn how to use YouTube to search for and organize videos while utilizing GAFE to scaffold student thinking and create performance tasks to assess student learning.

 Tim Haston Slides into your PLC In this course we will explore some of the ways teachers can use google slides, Google Sheets and Docs to create and share lesson plans with their PLC. Teachers will tap into the collaboration power of Google, and never need to play email tag again. Come learn to create exploratory learning for students through your presentations! 

Please bring a laptop to this session and have a Google Account

Will KimbleyGoogle Forms: May the Forms Be With YouTake Google Forms to the next level and learn to use them in unique & innovative ways. Have you ever wanted to put images or videos in a Google Form? Now you can. When you create quizzes in Google Forms, you can use the Flubaroo script to autograde and provide student feedback. Take control of student Docs sharing nightmares and tracking assignments with Forms dropboxes. Are you ready for Common Core? Learn how students can use branch logic to create instant feedback quizzes, and choose your own adventure stories, and much, much more.

Please bring a laptop or a chromebook to this session, and have a Google Account.

 John Miller Google Chrome: Creating a Hot Rod Web BrowserCustomize and personalize Google's Chrome web browser to best suit your needs. Explore and apply extensions, web apps, and themes. Learn how to use Chrome's settings to unify your experiences across devices. 

 Lisa Nowakowski Outta SiteGoogle Sites is a great way to share information, lessons, and curate students’ work. Learn to create a site for your classroom, student ePortfolio, or collaborative student Site. This session will guide you through the process of creating a website to suit your needs. All Google Products seamlessly integrate with Sites. By the end of the workshop, you will have created a website that meets your needs. Intermediate to Advanced

Please bring a laptop or a chromebook to this session, and have a Google Account.

 Sam Patterson Blogger for Every Grade How to setup and use blogger as a professional journal, classroom document manager, a power sharing platform, a lesson plan book, and a private class newsletter.

Please bring an Ipad, laptop or a chromebook to this session, and have a Google Account.

Jen Roberts

Close Reading Collaboratively Let’s read. Close reading is the must have skill for students in the Common Core Standards, but who says they have to go it alone? Reading interactively is more engaging and we have the tools to make it happen for students. Learn how to create collaborative reading experiences they wont forget, while they build skills they will need for the future.
 Matthew Schwartz Welcome to Google Apps* Using Google Apps creates incredible opportunities to incorporate free web based tools that empower students to collaborate and communicate in creative and innovative ways. Learn how to get started using primary Google Apps and how they can be incorporated into your class. This session is for educators new to using Google Apps or have just started using Google Apps. Please have access to either a Google Account (Gmail Account), or Google Apps for Education Account to participate during session.
 Susan Stewart "Primarily" Google - Using Google Apps in Your Primary ClassroomWith Google Apps for Education, even our youngest students can use these fabulous Google tools! Get your Primary students on Google, whether you have one computer, or a device for every student. The Common Core asks that students use digital tools to generate content. In this session, we will explore ways that students can practice early keyboarding and authentic writing by using Google Documents to create digital journals, portfolios, and even submit content for individual or classroom blogs. 

Also, we'll discuss how to use Google Forms for electronic text submission, classroom votes or "Question of the Day", a CFU tool, and even for creating their own online content. You'll leave our session with activities to use on the very first day of school!

Beginning to intermediate users. 
Please bring a laptop or a chromebook to this session, and have a Google Account.

 Adina Sullivan        Turning the Volume up to 11 with Google Drive Add-Ons and AppsThe standard Google Drive apps are just the beginning. Now you can add even more tools to your Google Drive arsenal that give you the ability to connect to Common Core's 4Cs through everything from editing images and video to organizing ideas, leave powerful voice comments on student work, practicing math, and SO much more!

You'll need a Google account for this session.