Trying to keep up with new technology and creating activities and files in different softwares can be overwhelming and time consuming. Teachers already have plenty of resources they have been using for years, from worksheets to Microsoft Word documents and many more. In this webinar we will cover converting older files to be used in a variety of different softwares. From video files to scanning documents, we will CONVERT you to a teacher that uses technology.
Google Apps is a great free resource for teachers in the classroom. We have explored Google Documents in past webinars, but there is still a number of helpful tools to cover within the Google Apps suite. Join us to explore a variety of these tools, including the NEW Google Drive, Forms and more.
Here at Teq we are always exploring ways to allow students to collaborate using technology. In the past we have discussed the use of Edmodo, Evernote and google Docs. During this webinar we will explore two very exciting ways to have students collaborate in and outside of the classroom.
Scribblar is a way to have collaborative interactive whiteboard space. Imagine multiple classroom using the same whiteboard space at the same time….they can be down the hall from each other or across the country.
Subtext is a free iPad app that allows classroom groups to exchange ideas in the pages of digital texts. You can also layer in enrichment materials, assignments and quizzes—opening up almost limitless opportunities to engage students and foster analysis and writing skills.
Imagine if you will…a learning space where homework is cleverly disguised as thinking and collaborating and your students can use the learning tools that they like to use the best. Teachers across the country have been “flipping” their classroom instruction and transforming the role of the teacher and the learner.
This webinar will provide you with the strategies and resources to get you started creating a “flipped” environment in your classroom. It will cover how to use collaborative websites such as: edmodo.com, educreations.com, and some others. We will also review how to use various screen recording software to create content for students. For more information, go to teq.com