Friday, January 7, 2022

TESIC Presents: A Virtual PL Series


TESIC is back again to offer our membership a Virtual PL Series! Over the next couple weeks we'll be offering a variety of sessions on various sites, apps and extensions that you can use both virtually and face-to-face. Sign up for one, or sign up for all! Whatever fits your schedule.

We will be limiting this session to 100 participants on a first-come, first-serve basis. We will e-mail participants with the Google Meet link prior to the start of the session. To register, fill out the form(s) below. These sessions will be recorded.


Virtual PL Sessions:

Google Classroom: Assigning, Grading & Feedback

This virtual session will provide educators the opportunity to learn more about the Classwork and Grades pages in Google Classroom. We will discuss how to assign work, create rubrics and provide meaningful feedback. We will provide tips and tricks for using these features effectively during in-person and online learning!

Facilitators: Stacey Hopkins & Megan Roome

Date: Tuesday, January 18th, 2022 7:00 PM NST

Registration Link: https://forms.gle/8uDEJfzC2C2AsPdT8


Introduction to Google Forms

This virtual session will provide educators the opportunity to learn about the basic of Google Forms: creating questions (insert images, videos), sharing Forms, viewing the results and classroom applications.

Facilitator: Christine Elliott

Date: Thursday, January 20, 2022 at 3:30 PM NST

Registration Link: https://forms.gle/KQyHZmtHVQnaBWy16


Google Read & Write with an Intro to Equatio (En/Fr)

This virtual session will provide educators the opportunity to learn all about the features of Read&Write and how to use it in Google Docs, Slides and the Google Chrome browser to help with research. We will provide tips and tricks for using Read&Write for a variety of purposes in the classroom! We will also be sharing an intro to Equatio - an online chrome extension.  Using this students (and teachers) can type, handwrite or dictate any mathematical expression.  Helps make math digital. It is a good equation editor for Google Docs, forms, slides, drawing etc.

 

Cette session virtuel vise à offrir aux enseignants la possibilité d’apprendre comment utiliser les fonctions de Read&Write dans Google Docs, Slides et aussi pour les recherches dans Google Chrome. Nous allons offrir des trucs et astuces pour l’utilisation de Read&Write autant par les enseignants que par les élèves en classe. Nous allons aussi faire un intro à Equatio – une extension Chrome. En utilisant Equatio, les élèves (et les enseignants) peuvent taper, écrire ou dicter n’importe quelle expression mathématiques. Equatio aide à transformer les maths en format digital. L’extension peut être utilisé pour éditer des équations dans Google Doc, Forms, Slides, Drawing, etc.

Facilitators: Andrée Morin, Megan Heath & Christine Elliott

Date: Monday, January 17th, 2022 3:30 PM NST

Registration Link: https://forms.gle/WbQgDKrbyYze1YAz5

Tuesday, January 4, 2022

TESIC Presents: Google Classroom & Google Meet Virtual Q&A


TESIC would like to offer our membership an opportunity to brush up on your Google Meet and Google Classroom knowledge by providing a period for questions and answers regarding online learning. Come with some questions in mind or listen to the questions of others.

Join your hosts Megan Roome (@Mme_Roome) and Stacey Hopkins (@mme_hopkins) via Google Meet on Thursday, January 6th at 7:00pm NST. 

Nous allons aussi avoir une animatrice française, Andrée Morin (@m0rina), pour répondre aux question en français.

If you're interested, please fill out the following Form. The first 100 people to register will receive the Meet link by email.


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