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Google Classroom Crash Course: The 2nd Sequel

In this 23-minute recording, Dr. David Warren answers some frequently asked questions and shares some “best practice” suggestions for using Google Classroom and Google Hangouts Meet.

Google Classroom Webinar

Instructor: David Warren
In this one-hour introduction to Google Classroom, Dr. Warren provides an overview to get your teachers started in Google Classroom. Dr. Warren is a Google Certified instructor who has presented many times on using Google Classroom, including several AACS summer classes on using G Suite for Education. You can use Google Classroom without registering for G Suite for Education. But G Suite is free for schools, and using Google Classroom is much more complex without G Suite. The recording is 60 minutes of instruction followed by 10 minutes of Q&A.

Google Classroom Crash Course – The Sequel

Instructor: David Warren
In this follow-up to the Google Classroom Crash Course, Dr. Warren explores creating video lessons in Screencastify, hosting live teaching sessions in Google Hangouts Meets, and creating assessments in Google Forms, as well as taking your questions to help you tackle distance learning with confidence! The recording is 55 minutes of instruction followed by 10 minutes of Q&A.
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Google Classroom Resource for Parents

In response to some requests about a training resource for parents, we are recommending the following 4-minute video, The Parent’s Guide to Google Classroom.

Keeping the Classroom Open When the Building Is Closed

Instructors: Jeff Walton and Matt Ticzkus
Dr. Walton discusses some general guidelines and a basic plan for providing offsite learning—weekly lesson/assignment folders, authentic assessments, parent-supervised assessments, office hours for teachers, student activity logs, and online resources provided by BJU Press, Abeka, and Khan Academy. Mr. Ticzkus provides instruction for using Zoom as a tool for instruction. The recording is 50 minutes of instruction followed by 10 minutes of Q&A.

Keeping the Classroom Open webinar handout
Student Learning Log
Lesson Plan Format
Education Guide – Getting Started on Zoom
Comprehensive Guide to Educating Through Zoom

Educreations Tutorial

Watch this helpful 5-minute how-to recording about Educreations by Emily Fisher. Emily is the online learning specialist at Grace Christian School in Huntington, WV. Educreations is an interactive whiteboard and screencasting tool that lets you record voice as you demonstrate on a tablet.