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Thursday, March 2 • 12:30pm - 1:30pm
30 Ways to Leave the Teacher-Centered Classroom ft. Google Classroom

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Learn the ins and outs of this very simple, yet powerful tool. We will show you thirty ways to make learning individualized and student-centered. Learn how to boost student agency by incorporating class discussions, student choice, screen sharing and whole-class collaboration using Google Classroom to enhance Google Apps (Slides, Sheets, Docs and Forms). Google Classroom can not only empower your students, it can completely organize your classroom and allow you to go completely paperless. Participants and/or their students will be able to:
-create differentiated assignments.
-implement the Share To Classroom extension.
-create questions and monitor resulting discussion.
-upload authentic student work or products.

Presenters
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Angie Etzwiler

Chemistry Teacher, Tech Geek & Google for Education Trainer
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Anna Klein

Chemistry Teacher, Maine East High School
Anna Klein has been teaching chemistry at Maine East High School for 26 years. She is a Google Certified Trainer and a Hapara Certified Educator. She is passionate about the role technology plays in inquiry and 21st century skills and loves to share her successful edtech strategies and tools through presenting at conferences and sharing through social media. She uses web tools and apps to enrich her classroom and students' learning process by... Read More →


Thursday March 2, 2017 12:30pm - 1:30pm
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