The final part of my journey is here! In this final video, I go over the last topic - 'Facilitate and Inspire Student Learning and Creativity'. After finishing all of the questions at the end of each unit, the training was complete.
In my second video about the Fundamentals Training, I cover the second topic - 'Increase Efficiency and Save Time'. This section absolutely delivered on it's title, as I now confident in using Google tools to eliminate unnecessary steps in the teaching process.
I've made a start on the Google for Education training, so stay tuned for my thoughts so far. If you haven't already, make sure you read my previous blog about why I decided to complete this certification. Regardless of your current qualifications, you're bound to learn something new from this course.
Staring out on your Google for Education journey is simple. Google has developed their services in a way that is incredibly intuitive, meaning you'll be able to spend more time learning with less confusion over the process of it.
If you're looking for a way to engage students in collaborative projects, Google Docs is a great platform to start with. The documents can be shared and made available to edit by up to 50 students at once. Keep reading to find out how you could turn this into a fun class activity!
If you're looking for something to get students collaborating and creating while using technology to facilitate their learning, this activity is right for you! Students will plan a weather report video where they'll each be sharing the weather from a different city in the world.
A new way to give students instructions that's sure to grab their attention! Keynote is an Apple application that is generally used to make presentations. You can also access Keynote on Windows devices by logging into an Apple account online.
I created these two activity sheets for a year 3-4 teacher who wanted to add a little colour and vibrancy to their resources. Since most of their students are learning from home, she wanted to have something she could upload onto a sharing platform for her students to see and follow.
Mother's Day is on Sunday 10th May 2020, and will be different from any other! We appreciate everything our mum's have done for us over the years, being everything from a teacher to a nurse, chef, and a voice of reason.