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This SpacesEDU Micro-credential is designed for teachers who are just getting started on SpacesEDU, or who have limited experience using the platform. Getting Started with SpacesEDU will introduce the core features and next steps to successfully launch your first class.
Besure to complete all four (4) "Time to Practice" assignments to recive credit for this session.
Let's get started with the basics of NUITEQ's Snowflake, the interactive whiteboard software. Snowflake enables teachers and students to tell engaging, interactive stories that align closely with the curriculum, provides a safe community for online and small group collaboration, and allows simultaneous personalized instruction, making curriculum relevant to students’ lives.
In this third session of our re-introduction to the new and improved MAD-learn platform we will be taking a deeper dive into the Design, Build and Test phases. The MAD-learn app creation platform allows students to focus on the creative aspect of app creation first, allowing the students to utilize their artistic sides to create something that will put the "A" in STEAM!
STEM can be a powerful tool when it comes to engaging your learners with instructional material because it opens the doors for students to incorporate their own experiences and cultures in diverse subject areas. In this course, we will explore ideas for helping your students interact with different STEM activities while maintaining the integrity of their cultural identity, allowing them to succeed academically, socially, and emotionally.
Are you looking for a unique and engaging activity for your students? In this session, we will explore ideas for using Microsoft PowerPoint to send students on a digital passport trip! We will discuss best practices for teaching about a variety of holidays in a culturally reponsive way. This activity will also provide ELLs with opportunities to teach others about their own holiday customs and traditions, while taking all students on a learning journey.
There are many benefits of integrating STEM into your curriculum as it can give you the opportunity to make learning fun again for your students. But have you ever wondered how a STEM product, like Makey Makey, can positively affect a class full of exceptional learners? Join us as we explore how Makey Makey can be used to help teach academic content to your students in a tangible, interactive, and hands-on way. Learn how you can support your students as they incorporate Makey Makey into their growing passion for innovation.
Do you have a class full of learners with unique needs? In the sixth session of our Edpuzzle Micro-credential, we will explore how Edpuzzle can support you as you differentiate instruction. We will dive into features such as 'live mode' and how Edpuzzle can provide you with "stoplight data" to support your small group instruction.
Join us for our fifth session which is aimed towards math and science teachers. We will explore some of the features within Edpuzzle that can transform your math and science lessons and make a more engaging learning experience for your students.
Looking for ways to enhance some of your preexisting ELA and social studies lessons using Edpuzzle? We've already explored how you can use YouTube to improve your instructional videos in these content areas. During this fourth session of our Edpuzzle Micro-credential, we will take a look at other features that will help you boost these lessons in your ELA or social studies classroom!
In our third session of our Edpuzzle Micro-credential, we will dive into the basics of creating activities for your students on Edpuzzle. We will explore some of Edpuzzle's integrations and how you can level up your video creation using some of its advanced features.
Let's take project-based learning to the next level! In the seventh session of our Edpuzzle Microcredential, we will set you and your students up for success as you turn the Edpuzzle video creation over into their hands. We will go over tips for making student-led content creation run smoothly and share suggested starting points.
In the second session of our Edpuzzle Micro-credential, we will focus on the essentials to help you get started with Edpuzzle. Join us as we explore the account creation process, teacher and student views of Edpuzzle, and so much more!
Ever encounter battery-related issues with your devices at the start of the school year? We know how frustrating it can feel when your technology won’t hold a charge or function the way it used to when you return back to school in the fall. Join us for this end of year session as we share recommended steps to prepare your technology for storage over the summer.
Join us for this course to explore how Google Workspace can promote learning and support data-driven instruction (DDI). Google Forms is one of the many tools out there that can help you gauge students’ pre-existing knowledge, identify misconceptions, and so much more. In this course, we will explore how you can use the features within Forms to create engaging lesson activities for your students and promote student growth.
Building concrete foundational math skills is essential to developing abstract mathematical reasoning. What better way to support that transition than with Ozobot in your Elementary Math Classroom. Join us as we explore the many ways that Ozobot can build both concrete and abstract mathematical thinking while learning to code as well.
Dramatic play enables students to enhance communication skills, learn key concepts, and develop problem-solving strategies by taking on new roles, acting out real-life experiences, and even dressing up and using imaginative props. In this session, we will discuss the importance of dramatic play for students in the early education classroom. We will also discuss specific, cross-curricular dramatic play activities and suggested literature that you can explore with your students. Join us to learn strategies for setting up your classroom environment to create a space where dramatic play and creativity can soar!
Many students have become interested in researching their family history or genealogy over the last few years as advances in information technology have brought our family trees to our fingertips. In this session, we will discuss how to incorporate 3D design and printing into your science or social studies lessons on DNA, genealogy, family history, and our forefathers as we research and create family crests that can tell a story about our students' families.
Note, this course was previously aired but because of its popularity we are running a recording of this session live at this time. The presenter will not be able to address your questions, but our Professional Development team members will be in the chat box to answer any questions you have. This session can also be found in our Course Library by searching the same title.
Teaching students with Autism can be an extremely fast-paced and rewarding job. Teachers need to be able to think and act quickly as well as be flexible enough to adapt to any situation. In this session, we are going to take a look at some great resources for teachers working with students with Autism. Having a set of tools ready to go at any time can be the difference between successful lessons and negative experiences.
Project based learning activities involving robotics are fun and engaging for students and teachers alike. They can also involve a lot of consumable resources to put together. Why not be kind to our Earth and transform trash into an exciting robotic creation? In this course, we'll highlight recycled materials students can use as they plan and build their robots, as well as how to responsibly clean up after the project is complete. Whether you're looking for a project to do for Earth Day or are just trying to make your classroom more environmentally friendly, you'll find exciting tips and tricks to make our Earth a better place.
In this course we'll look at another classroom use of Labdiscs. You will need either an enviro, general science, or biochem Labdisc to perform this activity. We will be predicting the pH of various household beverages and then measure the pH with more accuracy using the Labdisc. We will then analyze and manipulate the data of the acidity of different beverages within the Labdisc software.
Creating a space for students to feel safe when they are feeling dysregulated can be essential in any educational setting. Come join us as we discuss different ideas for the use of technology in these types of environments. Together, we will explore different ideas to help students regulate, feel safe, and refocus their attention.
Designing 3D models is made possible through computer-aided design (CAD) softwares. In session 3, we will explore TinkerCAD, a free online collection of software tools that will help you design and create 3D models.
Join us for the first session in our 3D Printing and Design certification! We will start off the certification with an introduction to the series and then discuss the breakdown of courses, assignment requirements, and support resources. Then, we'll explore the basics of 3D design and printing.
This is the last session of our micro-credential course and will include information about the final assignment. We will explore a few website resources to look at how teachers have connected the subjects of math, science, social studies, and English (along with others) to 3D printing projects. At the end, you’ll find out how to submit your final assignment to finish this course and earn your certificate.
Congratulations! You have made it to the final session in our Google Educator Advanced Micro-credential. You are one assignment away from earning your certificate and this session is going to give you all the tips, tricks, and details you need to make that happen. We'll walk through an example final assignment, take a detailed look at the rubric, and review the Google Educator Level 2 Certification process, should you decide to move forward with Google's own certification.
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