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    Using Google My Maps to Teach Math in a Flipped Classroom

    September 22nd, 2020

    Enrich math, data management, social studies and beyond with Google My Maps. Learn how to import data from a spreadsheet and customize new maps. Have students develop map-based solutions to common questions regarding travel, distance, and area of countries, cities and local regions.

    The session length is 30 minutes plus time for Q&A after the presentation.

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    Building Resilience through Scientific Experimentation

    September 22nd, 2020

    In this webinar, we will discuss how you can combine teaching strategies and scientific experimentation to build competencies around resilience and persistence while developing a safe environment where inquiry and questioning are encouraged.
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  • Individuals socially distancing at intersection

    Social Distancing: Prototype, Design & Build

    September 24th, 2020

    In this webinar, explore the design and build process to use with students to identify, design and refine prototypes that enforce social distancing. The exploration will be an interactive approach to addressing a relevant world issue. Keep the social distancing conversation happening in an educational and fun-filled way.

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  • Man looking at a computer with students

    Using Google My Maps to Teach Math in a Flipped Classroom

    September 24th, 2020

    Enrich math, data management, social studies and beyond with Google My Maps. Learn how to import data from a spreadsheet and customize new maps. Have students develop map-based solutions to common questions regarding travel, distance, and area of countries, cities and local regions.

    The session length is 30 minutes plus time for Q&A after the presentation.

    Read more about Using Google My Maps to Teach Math in a Flipped Classroom
  • Individuals socially distancing at an intersection

    Social Distancing: Prototype, Design & Build

    September 29th, 2020

    In this webinar, explore the design and build process to use with students to identify, design and refine prototypes that enforce social distancing. The exploration will be an interactive approach to addressing a relevant world issue. Keep the social distancing conversation happening in an educational and fun-filled way.

    Read more about Social Distancing: Prototype, Design & Build
  • Example of a virtual classroom

    Creating a virtual classroom using Google Slides and Bitmoji

    September 29th, 2020

    Explore how to build your virtual classroom community while leveraging digital tools to enhance student engagement and visually support student learning.

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