Workshop Instructor: Caitlin McLemore

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.

Instead of Teacher Appreciation Week, we are making it a whole month with FREE EdTechTeacher webinars over the next few weeks.

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.

July 19, 2021Virtual

Join Caitlin McLemore for a 1-week Virtual Summer Workshop starting on July 19,2021.

July 12, 2021Virtual

Join Caitlin McLemore for a 1-week Virtual Summer Workshop starting on July 12,2021.

June 21, 2021Virtual

Join Caitlin McLemore for a 2-weeks Virtual Summer Workshop starting on June 21, 2021.

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.

Wednesday December 2Online

This webinar will provide an introduction to using Google Forms to design digital assessments. Join EdTechTeacher Instructor Caitlin McLemore to explore different question types, quiz settings, and extensions for creating formal and informal digital assessments.

This article is Part 2 of a two-part series about introducing an online mindfulness program for teachers, and includes practices you can use in these times of challenge and change.