Teaching with Chromebooks

Graduate Level Course provided by: PD Campus

Register for 3 graduate level professional development credits and receive a Chromebook!

This introductory blended course examines how to use Google Apps in the 21st Century Classroom as digital tools enhancing collaboration, creativity, and improved student communication. This course will introduce educators to several free Google Tools, such as Google Drive, Maps, Sites, Blogger, Chrome Apps and extensions, and many more. This course is designed for the instructor who wants to utilize free, powerful, collaborative tools with their colleagues, students, and community. Utilizing various websites (mostly from Google), participants will learn how these Google Tools work, and how they can use them in their educational role.

Teaching with Chromebooks

Tuesday, April 14th, 4:30pm to Wednesday, May 20th, 4:30pm

866 Big Oak Road, Yardley, PA 19067, United States

Location: Charles Boehm Middle School

Face-to-face Instructional Dates and Times:

Tuesday, April 14 (4:30-8:30)

Tuesday, April 21 (4:30-8:30)

Tuesday, April 28 (4:30-8:30)

Tuesday, May 5 (4:30-8:30)

Tuesday, May 12 (4:30-8:30)

Wednesday, May 20 (4:30-8:30)

**(Each face-to-face weekly module includes an additional 3.5 hours of online work)

Learning Goals

  • Collaborate with Google Docs, Sheets, and Presentation

  • Collect and analyze data with Forms and Spreadsheets

  • Communicate and organize with Gmail and Calendar

  • Create and publish a portfolio of work via Google Sites

  • Reflect on best practices using Blogger

  • Explore the Chrome Store for apps to differentiate learning

  • Collaborate and share best practices through course discussions

  • Develop an implementation plan presentation

About PD Campus

PD Campus empowers teacher with technology and engages them in hands-on, blended professional development opportunities. Our blended courses are both face-to-face and online so that teachers can learn best in non-stress, flexible environments. Our goal is to inspire teachers to “think through” the critical components of how technology can truly transform classroom instruction.
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