[Participate and share : Interactive lecture]
Digital tote resources
Purpose & objective
This session is designed to assist all educators in using Google tools, along with other ancillary 3rd party applications, to facilitate student learning and providing easy access to curriculum. In addition, the ability to provide additional curriculum to support intervention and enrichment programs for students will be presented. The ability of the teacher to identify, provide and personalize the learning experience for students is the strength of this session and approach. The presentation will provide skills to assist teachers in finding and accessing content rich web based applications which will allow students to learn, interact with course content and develop their own original content to meet the Common Core Standards.
Introduction of presenters and participants and link to online presentation with hyperlinks to all resources, websites and tools to be covered (5 minutes )
Using Google Classroom (10 minutes )
Using Google Sites as a home (20 minutes)
Google Calendar - to provide links to each homework assignment embedded inside.
Going “Paperlite” and Supporting Student Organization (10 Minutes)
Using Extensions, Add-ons and ancillary tools to extend the value of Google Apps. (10 minutes )
Review, reflection and Q & A (5 minutes)
Anderson, Rebecca S., et al. "Supporting Young Writers through the Writing Process in a Paperless Classroom." Handbook of Research on Digital Tools for Writing Instruction in K-12 Settings (2014): 337.
Bempechat, Janine, and David J. Shernoff. "Parental influences on achievement motivation and student engagement." Handbook of research on student engagement. Springer US, 2012. 315-342.
Dearing, Eric, Erin Sibley, and Hoa Nha Nguyen. "Achievement Mediators of Family Engagement in Children’s Education: A Family–School–Community Systems Model." Processes and Pathways of Family-School Partnerships Across Development. Springer International Publishing, 2015. 17-39.
Hofstein, Jason D., et al. "Using iPads in the Chemistry Classroom: Focusing on Paperless Education and Identification and Directed use of Pedagogically Directed Applications." (2013).
Raftery, Jacquelyn N., Wendy S. Grolnick, and Elizabeth S. Flamm. "Families as facilitators of student engagement: Toward a home-school partnership model." Handbook of research on student engagement. Springer US, 2012. 343-364.