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Tips and Tricks for Collaboration Through Google Slides (for non-public educators)

Google Slides, an app that you may already know and use for instruction, is also an awesome tool for student collaboration! In this FREE 1- hour virtual session, teachers will be shown uses for Google Slides that are a bit "outside the box", such as effectively using speaker notes, and will explore how it can be used to promote student-to-student interactions and collaboration in the classroom. The workshop will feature a live presentation, with time at the end to create a product with support and a Q&A.

PLEASE NOTE: This session will be held virtually via Zoom. The link will be sent to the email that you have linked to your My Learning Plan account. The link will be emailed to that email address 12-24 hours before the session. Please be sure to check that email account!
THIS SESSION IS ONLY OPEN TO NONPUBLIC SCHOOLS THAT RESIDE WITHIN THE FOLLOWING LEAs: Bensalem Township, Bristol Borough, Centennial, Central Bucks, Council Rock, Morrisville, Neshaminy, Pennridge, Pennsbury, and Quakertown.

The participant will reflect on the use of Google Slides as a formative assessment tool.
The participant will discuss the importance of student-to-student interactions.
The participant will be able to use Google Slides to support effective instruction.

Event Details

Location: Virtual Session

Event Dates

Wednesday 17 March 4:00 PM

Event Options

Act 48 Hours: 1
In County Cost: Free
Out of County Cost: Free
Non Act 48 Hours: 1
In County Cost: Free
Out of County Cost: Free