Event Category: Featured

Starting NowOnline

tom driscoll

Join EdTechTeacher Instructor Tom Driscoll to explore ways that teachers can craft virtual tours and experiences using Google for EDU tools and resources. In this 1.5 hour course (video instruction + practical activities), teachers will dive into three core platforms: Google Maps, Google Earth, and Google Arts and Culture.

September 23

Digital Storytelling can be a powerful means of increaing student engagement, augmenting reflection, and allowing students to demonstrate their understanding in creative ways. In this 30-minute webinar, we’ll look at how digital storytelling can work with any subject – as well as explore several tools to create and share stories.

November 1, 2021Waltham, Massachusetts • Bentley College

The EdTechTeacher Innovation Connection is a unique 1-day event designed to bring innovative educators together to learn, share, and connect. Held in the beautiful Bentley University conference center, the Innovation Connection features acclaimed edtech speakers and presenters, lively and interactive sessions, and plenty of opportunity to mingle with colleagues. Come for an invigorating day of ideas, inspiration and practical how-tos and return to your institution energized to further creative innovation.

Happening NowOnline

This EdTechTeacher self-paced summer professional development course is a six (6) module experience designed to guide educators through a process of reflecting on the previous school year & critically redesigning the experience for the coming year around five (5) specific domains.

Happening NowOnline

How might we increase engagement for our students by designing a hands-on coding experience with Micro:bit because we believe that the computational thinking process associated with coding & micro:bit holds immense potential for student creativity & engagement.

Starting NowOnline

This course includes 20 concise lessons that highlight core features and skills for creating, editing, and sharing Google Slides presentations. Each lesson includes a brief (less than 5 minute) video tutorial and a hands-on Google Slides challenge design to apply the concepts and skills learned in each lesson.

Available NowOnline

This course includes 20 concise lessons that highlight core features and skills for creating, editing, and sharing Google Slides presentations. Each lesson includes a brief (less than 5 minute) video tutorial and a hands-on Google Slides challenge design to apply the concepts and skills learned in each lesson.

June and July 2021Online

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Summer 2021 marks our 19th year of EdTechTeacher Summer Workshops. Just like you have had to adjust, so have we! This year we are offering virtual summer workshops to help you create learning environments that lead to your students’ success.

Starting March 2021Online

tom driscoll

This course is comprised of 14 concise lessons that highlight core features and skills related to using Google Docs. Each lesson includes a video tutorial and a hands-on Google Docs challenge designed to apply that lesson’s key skill.

Starting January 2021Online

tom driscoll

Explore practical and effective ways to level up your class through the motivational power of games and gamification!

Starting May 2021Online

Avra

Digital Portfolios can be a fantastic way to get students – and teachers – reflecting on how much growth, success, and JOY they’ve had throughout a period of time. From the WHY to the HOW, this course will introduce participants to a wide variety of strategies and tools for digital portfolio creation.

Starting January 2021Online

This course is designed to help educators create high quality instructional video to support students in an online or hybrid learning environment. Through a combination of research around instructional video and practical application of researched based ideas, course participants will develope an increased skill and capacity to create instructional video across multiple devices and platforms.

Starting April 2021Online

This self-paced course uses videos, articles, and web-based resources to help participants rethink learning and assessment for digital learning environments. Course participants will learn about different assessment types, reflect on the purpose of assessment, and explore a variety of digital tools for assessment.

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