This course will cover various G-Suite applications and how they can be used to help students spend more time on learning activities, provide timely and appropriate feedback, as well as make the content more meaningful and engaging for the students.
This course will guide you as you reflect on your own practice using the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers. During this reflective process, you will need to identify your strengths and areas for improvement. You will then seek out and find further professional learning that you could do in order to strengthen these areas.
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This course is an extension of the Introduction to Google online course. It will provide you with more skills that you can use to engage your students using G-Suite for Education to make the content more relevant and meaningful.
This course introduces you to hyperdocs. It will explain what a hyperdoc is and is not. You will explore various ways of creating hyperdocs before being walked through the creation and pre-evaluation process to ensure your hyperdoc is as good as it can be. Finally, you will implement and reflect upon your hyperdoc lesson/s and submit this as the evidence task.
This course includes the three webinars that I ran during the April school holidays to help teachers prepare for remote learning in term 2 2020. It includes tools such as: EdPuzzle, FlipGrid, Padlet, Google Classroom Tips, Tagging students in Google docs, Screencastify, Canva, hyperdocs and menu boards
This workshop introduces you to flipped learning by covering the best practices used to implement this approach to learning. It can be done on its own, or as the pre-work for a full-day workshop that also comes with live webinars to provide assistance during the implementation process (how good is help!)
This short course focuses on the importance of setting learning goals for and with your students and discusses the interconnection between goal setting, success criteria, and exemplars to help create life-long learners.
This course includes an evidence task where you are required to keep a record of one method that you utilised to use parents in your student’s learning and a short reflection on how this impacted the child’s learning.