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ITD Professional Development Events




Below is a list of Instructional Technology workshops, webinars, on-line courses, and user group meetings. Use the drop down list to filter by workshop format.
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Workshops
Workshop Title Description Presenter Schedule & Venue
Creating Engaging Video
Delivering content during times of distance learning can be challenging. Join us for this hands-on class, taught through a mixture of self-guided activities using multiple recording platforms to create engaging video tutorials. The videos created can be used to deliver content, create a digital assessment (Edpuzzle/Google Forms), and to promote communication.
Michael Dingman, Tim Patterson, .. Monday, August 17
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Location - On-Line
Creating Virtual Classrooms using Bitmojis
In this hybrid online/webinar course, the first day participants will identify key elements of a virtual classroom. This first day will be held online (8/18) materials will be given and there is no actual live meeting. The second-day participants will learn how to create an interactive virtual Classroom using the Bitmoji App and Google Slides by participating in a LIVE webinar at 11 am (8/19), participants must attend this day live for credit. Finally, the last day (8/20) participants will be expected to create/submit an example to be used in their classrooms this fall. There will be no live meeting this last day, participants will turn their finished project in digitally.
Todd Parks, Tim Patterson, Jennifer Wall Tuesday, August 18
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Location - On-Line
One Hour Summer Session: Seesaw for beginners.
This one-hour summer webinar will introduce participants to Seesaw. Learn how to get your Seesaw classroom up and running, how to add students and co-teachers, post and view in the journal, create activities, and other tips for beginners.
Michael Dingman Wednesday, August 19
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Location - On-Line
One-Hour Summer Session: Digital Assessments Using Google Forms
In this Summer Webinar Series Session, participants will learn the basics of creating digital assessments using Google Forms. In addition to learning how to create digital quizzes and tests with automatic grading features, teachers will learn how to re-image worksheets that can incorporate video, links to external resources, and include images/pictures.
Michael Dingman, Jennifer Wall, .. Thursday, August 20
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Location - On-Line
One-Hour Summer Session: Google Sheets to organize and comprehend data
Individuals who want to learn how to create sophisticated spreadsheets with Google Sheets from their desktop, tablet, or smartphone can take help from this effective course. Taking this course will help you learn how to organize, analyze, and share your most important data with Google Sheets, as well as you will learn how to make your own supercharged spreadsheets.
Nick Lefort, .. Friday, August 21
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Location - On-Line
One-Hour Summer Session:Google Classroom: The multiple uses of Google Jamboard
In this Summer Webinar Series Session, participants will learn how to create interactive Jam for use in their Google Classrooms. Jamboard is an interactive digital whiteboard tool powdered by the Google Apps For Education. This app allows for students to use their finger tip or a stylus on a touch screen device to write responses, draw pictures, show their work for math problems and be creative in new ways. During this one hour session, participants will be shown how to create lessons where students are asked to draw a timeline, label a diagram, complete math problems, draw a graph, write a narrative, and draw a picture.
Michael Dingman, Jennifer Wall, .. Tuesday, August 25
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Location - On-Line
One Hour Summer Session: Seesaw for beginners.
This one-hour summer webinar will introduce participants to Seesaw. Learn how to get your Seesaw classroom up and running, how to add students and co-teachers, post and view in the journal, create activities, and other tips for beginners.
Michael Dingman Wednesday, August 26
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Location - On-Line
Collaborative Conversations
Welcome to 30 days of Collaborative Conversations in the Classroom! Each school day, you'll have a short video and assignment that should be 30 minutes or less. You'll receive expert strategies that are proven to impact student outcomes and you'll learn how to facilitate collaborative conversations in your classroom, and much more. This course is designed to be integrated with your daily instruction. As you work through this course, consider engaging with colleagues in team meetings or professional learning community sessions. All your reflections can be used to promote professional dialogue around best practices in collaborative learning. Collaborative Conversations works wonderfully with informational articles from Avhieve3000, should your district purchase that program.
Nancy Schmidt Tuesday, September 8
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Location - On-Line
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