Google Tools for Social Emotional Learning
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|Audience:||Principals/head teachers, Teachers, Curriculum/district specialists|
|Attendee devices:||Devices useful|
|Attendee device specification:||Smartphone: Android, iOS, Windows
Laptop: Chromebook, Mac, PC
Tablet: Android, iOS, Windows
|Participant accounts, software and other materials:||Not applicable.|
|Topic:||Distance, online & blended learning|
|ISTE Standards:||For Students:
The purpose and objective of this presentation is to:
- Identify what Social Emotional Learning is and the impact it has on students and educators.
- Explore how Google Sites can used to create a multimedia, interactive "cozy corner" or "me space".
- Explain how Google Docs and or Slides can be used to create a digital journal/vision board.
- Discuss how brain breaks with Google Arts and Culture can enhance diversity and cultural awareness for their students and in the classroom.
- Bring to light the idea of Google forms for quick emotional check ins.
- Draw a picture of how Google Drawings can be an excellent tool for self expression and communication. The specific lesson discussed in this presentation will be self portraits with Google Classroom.
5 Minutes: What is Social Emotional Learning?
-Why is it important and how does it impact educators and students.
- Considerations for return to learn.
5 Minutes: Using Google Sites to create a multimedia, interactive "cozy corner" or "me center".
- Links to music and meditation
- Multimedia Art
5 Minutes: Emotional Check In's with Google Forms
-Have the audience "check in".
5 Minutes: Google Docs and Slides for digital journals/vision boards.
- Commenting and collaboration
- Public vs private
5 Minutes: Self Portraits using Google Drawings
5 Minutes: Brain breaks with Google Art and Cultural
- Encouraging cultural awareness and diversity.
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