Explore the core features of G Suite to increase professional learning and leadership, create efficiency in the classroom (whether teaching remotely or in person), and inspire student learning and creativity.
Taught within the context of meaningful use with students, segments include:
In addition to the tools, participants are exposed to critical student skill sets required for learning in an online and digital environment.
Join us online and get prepared to successfuly pass the Google Certified Educator Level 1 exam.
Join fellow teachers and educators online in a cohort-based, 4-week bootcamp that allows you to get prepped for the Google Certification exam from the comfort of your home.
In this online Google Certified Educator Level 1 cohort, participants will learn about the core areas of G Suite to increase professional learning and leadership, increase efficiency in digital and online learning, and supporting student learning and creatitivey. Educators explore several tools in Google’s Level 1 curriculum, all of which are taught within the context of meaningful use with students and teachers. Segments include the Chrome browser, search techniques, and Google Classroom… as well as Google Drive, Docs, Slides, Spreadsheets, Forms, Calendar, Sites and Groups. Gmail, Hangouts, and YouTube are also included.
This 15 hour online course prepares educators for the Google Certified Educator Level 1 exam over 4 weeks making this a manageable experience.
Individual registration includes the following:
Obtain 1 Semester credit from Adams State University for completing the course and successfully passing the Level 1 Google Certified Educator exam for an additional fee of $155 USD.
NOTE: All in person Level 1 bootcamps are suspended until further notice due to COVID-19.
Expertly trained facilitators join you for a 2-day intensive bootcamp to help you and other teachers learn Google tools to discover their educational possibilities. In-person Bootcamps are intimate ticketed events with no more than 30 attendees and include lunch. Ask questions along the way and work collaboratively with fellow teachers and educators.