Presentations & Resources

Pear Deck for Asynchronous + Synchronous Lesson Engagement *NEW Feb 2021*

Google Forms to Improve Feedback in Google Classroom *UPDATED Winter 2020*

Google Slides for Student Engagement *UPDATED Winter 2020*

Google Photos #FTW *UPDATED Jan 2021*

It's News to Me! :: Getting Started with a Student News Show *UPDATED FALL 2020*

A "Site" to See ! Soaring with Google Sites

Infusing Creative Chaos & the #ImprovEducator Mindset Into Your Classroom

Google Drawings Can Do That! *UPDATED Feb 2021*


Coding + STEAM

A Beginner's Code Carnival :: An Intro to Coding! *UPDATED*

Everyone's an Inventor with littleBits!

Thinkers That Tinker :: Designing Learning Experiences That Students Will Remember

Rock Your Paper + Scissors with Extraordinary [Design] Thinking

Creating with Code :: Using LittleBits to Enhance the Classroom

BYO-VR :: Build Your Own Virtual Reality with CoSpaces !


Miscellaneous

Unleashing Student Creativity with 360° Storytelling

Make a Map for That ! Google My Maps for Every Content Area

Window to the World :: A Beginner's Guide to VR + AR with Google Expeditions *NEW*

Projects with a Purpose ! Ignite Student Interest with Google's Applied Digital Skills Curriculum

BYO BreakoutEDU !

BreakoutEDU for Beginners

Tour the World with GeoTools :: Teacher Edition *UPDATED*

Tour the World with GeoTools :: Student Edition

Google Drive for Beginners

:: Keynote ::

Creative Chaos & the #ImprovEducator

Giving students voice and choice in their learning is imperative, but with new technologies drastically changing the way our students learn and our classrooms operate, how do we as educators transition from sage on the stage to guide on the side ? Often times, the idea of "straying from the script" can make teachers feel as if they are welcoming chaos into their classrooms. However, it is in those moments of "creative chaos" that true learning can take place. In this keynote, the audience will participate in an #ImprovEducator exercise following the 4 rules of improvisation. Through this balance of structure and creative flexibility, both teachers and students can learn to embrace the #ImprovEducator mindset into their teaching and learning.

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