In this course, you will learn about Google Slides and Google Drawings and you will get to see how the 2 tools work together. Google Slides provide a wide variety of ways to present material and allow for collaboration in your classroom. In this course, you will learn the basics of Google Slides, such as formatting, inserting text and images, hyperlinking as well as available publishing options. While using this tool in Google Drive, we will also explore creative ways to implement Slides into your curriculum.
Optional: 1 Graduate Credit from Adams State University (additional $155)
If you would like to earn one graduate credit for an additional $155 from Adams State University in Alamosa, Colorado you can add that to your checkout or at the end of your course.
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Katie Christie is a Google Certified Innovator, EdTechTeam and CUE Lead Learner, and past LearnZillion DreamTeam member. In 2015, she worked as a partner with Google to help rewrite the Google certification Training Center content. Katie most recently worked as the Technology Integration Specialist at Runyon Elementary School in Littleton, Colorado. She has nine years of experience in the classroom. She spent her first 4 years of teaching in Shaker Heights City Schools in Ohio, a district known for its academic excellence and cultural diversity. Then she had the incredible experience of teaching and learning in a 1:1 Linux-based netbook 5th grade classroom in Littleton, Colorado for 4 years where Google Apps for Education was integrated seamlessly into the curriculum. Katie is a highly qualified teacher and has been certified to teach Elementary, Secondary Math, Secondary Science, and Reading, grades K-12. She has been a CUE Lead Learner for the Google Teacher Academy multiple times and travels with the EdTechTeam for trainings as well. Katie enjoys sharing her passion for effective technology integration in the classroom by networking with other educators internationally and presenting and training at the local, national, and international level.