Seven Oaks - Google Tools for Learning

November 14, Intro to Google Apps

Follow-up Resource Site: http://tinyurl.com/7oaksgtl

Seven Oaks School Division has signed up for G Suite for Education tools. The domain name for the Seven Oaks School Division is connect.7oaks.org Please ensure that you have contacted IT to set up your Connect account and to activate your ability to create Google Classrooms.


December 6, Intro Google Classroom

We will be working from the Google Classroom page for this Google Classroom Workshop.


January 27, Google Sites for Documenting Learning

New Google Sites delivers the simplest way to display Google Drive files, YouTube videos, calendars, images, and maps on the web. Every page is an easy-to-read clean design, that is automatically formatted for display on a desktop, tablet, or phone. The elements of every site work together, thanks to themes, fonts, and color choices that help you create a coherent design. Students can now focus on creating the content of their site to document their learning.

Students and teachers can also work collaboratively in real time to create project sites, learning portfolios, etc., to create and showcase their learning.

This session will focus on the creation of a site, along with a conversation about the many possibilities this modernised version of Google Sites adds to your digital tool kit.

  • Workshop Resource Site

New from Google for Education:

Getting Started with Google for Education

Getting Started with Google for Education is an 8-week training program that delivers bite-size product tutorials to your inbox. Lessons take less than 15 minutes to complete and provides basic training videos to get you started with G Suite for Education. Sign up today!


G Suite Fundamentals - Fast Track PD

Designed for educators, G Suite Fundamentals - Fast Track PD is a professional development program to help teachers along the path to becoming certified as a Google Certified Educator Level 1. The program curates content from the Teacher Center into smaller, more easily digestible pieces to help you feel confident using Google for Education tools and prepare for the Level 1 exam.

Intended audience: Educators new to Google Tools For Education and/or for those wanting to develop their edtech skills. This workshop is beneficial for the novice to the intermediate user.

Phil will share many of his favourite practical tips and tricks found in G Suite for Education. Participants will have opportunities to try some of tools during the session.

This workshop will get you started on your journey of becoming a Certified Google for Education Educator. Phil discusses how to get started on your Level I Certification and how to make use of the training resources. These resources are a good fit for the educator who would like to learn more about integration of technology in their classroom.

Please bring a device (laptop, tablet, or smartphone). You will need a gmail account to use the tools discussed in this workshop. Please have your account created in time for the session.


We will examine:

  • Collaborative Features of G Suite for Education
  • Management of a Digital Classroom
  • Google for Education Tools Uses: Collaboration, Peer Reviews, Assessment, and more....


Do you have a paper-based mindset?

  1. Do you require students to work within the box?
  2. Do you "flatten" student work?
  3. Are you limiting collaboration?
  4. Do you discourage mistakes?
  5. Do you venture outside the four walls of you classroom?
  6. Is your classroom full of dead paper?


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