In this course, you will build on the skills you already have with each tool Google Workspace for Education has to offer; you will enhance the effectiveness of your work through automation, personalization and streamlined processes for your classroom and institution.
Intermediate use of Google Workspace for Education Fundamentals
Between teaching and administrative tasks, you might find it challenging to get everything done each day. Technology can’t add more hours to the day, but it can help you make better use of the time you have. In this unit, you’ll learn how to automate certain tasks using digital tools, so you can spend more time on the work that truly matters.
This unit will focus on establishing and maintaining contact between you and your students’ guardians. By using Google Workspace for Education tools, you can improve communications while saving time. By knowing which tools to use and how they work together, you’ll be able to make communication with guardians a smoother process.
Google tools offer simple yet powerful solutions for organizing your teaching materials and sharing them with colleagues, students, and guardians. They can also help you empower students to collect and reflect on the work they’ve done in your classroom. This unit explores how Google tools enable you to organize and share important information both in your classroom and beyond.
Classroom technology is at its best when it supports engagement, collaboration, and self-directed exploration. This unit explores some ideas for achieving these goals with applications like Google Slides and Docs. By taking advantage of the features these tools have to offer, you can learn to use them in new ways and create innovative, interactive learning experiences.
This unit will discuss personalized learning models and useful digital tools to help you implement these models in the classroom. It will demonstrate which tools you can use help you incorporate more opportunities to meet the individual needs and interests of your students.
As an educator, you collect a lot of data from your students. With this data, you can better understand how your students learn so you can adjust your teaching to better suit their needs. This unit will discuss ways that you can collect and analyze student data to interpret it more effectively.
Complete Intermediate use of Google Workspace for Education Fundamentals by passing our end of course assessment.
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