On March 16, 2015 I was fortunate to participate in an Education Week global webinar in which Stephen Fang (Google), Amber Klebanoff (LHRIC), and I examined the many ways Google Apps for Education can transform student learning and engagement. I was able to provide a clear focus on a variety of successful strategies Amber Klebanoff, John Calvert, Jenn Cronk, and others have used over the past few years which led to effective implementations. We measured our success based on how often the work was student initiated, went beyond the school building/school day, and incorporated resources and creative expression that would have otherwise been impossible.
The audience and active back-channel included educators from Australia, Egypt, Italy, Montreal, Ontario, Trinidad, and most of our fifty states. The webinar is available on demand following the directions below. If you did not register for the original session, you’ll need to register to view the recording.
Link to on-demand recording for registrants: https://vts.inxpo.com/scripts/Server.nxp?LASCmd=L:0&AI=1&InitialDisplay=1&ClientBrowser=0&ShowKey=24182 (registrants simply have to enter their email address to log in and access the recording)
Link to on-demand recording for non-registrants:https://vts.inxpo.com/Launch/QReg.htm?ShowKey=24182 orwww.edweek.org/go/webinar/GoogleNewYork (people must register to access the webinar)
Link to PowerPoint PDF: http://www.edweek.org/media/150316presentation.pdf