Google is currently offering schools a hosted solution for their email, calendar, documents, websites, and chat through Google Apps for Education, an integrated communication and collaboration cloud-based network. Gmail: Email storage and search tools that help find information fast and instant messaging from right inside your account. Google Calendar: You can organize schedules and share events and calendars with others. Google Docs: Share documents, spreadsheets, and presentations. Collaborate in real-time with your team or with your whole school. You can publish final documents to the entire world, too. Google Sites: Work together to keep related documents, web content and other information in one place, on one site.YouTube: A video hosting and sharing solution that enables schools and other organizations to use video as an effective medium for internal communication and collaboration.
This course is dedicated to teaching how to apply Google Apps to your teaching, IT, or professional situation. Course participants will learn how Google Apps can enhance lessons inside and outside of school and support teachers in collaboration and sharing of resources and ideas. In addition to learning and implementing Google Apps, educators will create motivational and relevant classroom activities, teacher support materials, and assessment tools.
This course is applicable for any K-12 teacher, administrator, or anyone looking to increase their technology skills.
Participants in this course will become familiar and learn how to use Google Apps (Google Sites, Google Documents, Google Calendar, Google Mail, Google Groups and YouTube). There is no textbook for this course. All references and materials are located online.
Assignments will be submitted via online forum as well as through "sharing" Google Docs to ChrisBrita@gmail.com
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There is no additional fee to be paid after you have registered.
This was a wonderful course. We had to use the sharing that Google is famous for to submit assignments. The instructor was available for questions via document comments (perfect!). He encouraged deeper understanding and challenged me to explore some of the areas the course covered in a deeper manner. He was able to truly relate my learning to my teaching assignments at school.
12th Grade Teacher
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