Join the June 2017 Teacher Leader Cohort in a Twitter Chat on June 12th at 6 PM CST.
Join us for a "Sneak Preview" into one of our newest courses on April 26th at 10am CST.
Google Classroom is your Mission Control for your Digital Classroom. It provides the organization and work flow for a paperless classroom. Classroom wraps up the power of Google Drive and Google Calendar into an easy-to-use package that will save you time and improve the student experience. Best of all it is a student-centered digital space that helps them stay informed and organized. Move your classroom into the digital age with Google Classroom.
Join us to get a "Sneak Preview" into the Advanced Spreadsheets Online course. Course creators will share the overall learning goals and some tips and tricks that can be used with Google Spreadsheet. This event takes place on Thursday, April 13th at 8 PM CST.
Come and meet Robert Dillion and Rebecca Hare, authors of the book "The Space." Learn about how you can join the EdTechTeam Online Book Study to learn how to recreate your learning space to meet the needs of your learners. This event take place on Sunday, April 2nd at 7 pm CST.
Come meet the facilitator and learn more about one of our newest online courses with EdTechTeam. As literacy teachers, it is important that we include five essential elements into our literacy practice; phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension. In this course, we will examine effective ELL strategies within each of the five literacy elements and consider how you can apply them into your own literacy instruction.
Come and meet the facilitator of this 3 credit course on Design Thinking. This course will start on April 3 and will run 6 weeks. The course will ask teachers to focus on a particular topic of inquiry, researching, sharing and becoming partners in learning as they come to understand many of the many facets and implications of their topic on the field of education.
Come meet the author, Emily Fitzpatrick, of the new Math and GSuite Online Course. Technology has always had a place in our math classrooms; whether through calculators, statistical software or graphing applications. This course will challenge your thinking of how technology can be used to deepen understanding, increase engagement and enhance communication in a math classroom. Looking at tools for understanding, communication and engagement, this course will guide you through creating a blended unit using the technology that is readily available at your school.