I’ve been fortunate to receive excellent feedback from participants in my Practical Ed Tech webinars and many people have asked if when I’ll offer How To Use Google Drive In School again. The next offering is in December. You can register for it here.
A couple of the nice things that I’ve heard recently about my webinars:
Very good Webinar yesterday. One of the few I’ve heard that was so well organized!
Your workshop was so informative and got me going as well.
A big “thank you”!!
How To Use Google Drive In School is a three hour interactive course for educators who want to learn how to use Google Drive (Google Docs, Presentations, Forms, Spreadsheets). This course covers everything from the basics of document creation to using scripts to automate workflow in Google Drive.
Registration is limited to 25 people per course. For only $87 all participants receive digital how-to guides, access to three hours of live webinar training, access to all webinar recordings, and access to a dedicated course discussion forum.
The cost of the three part course is $87. While the webinar series is not free it is significantly less than cost of flying me to your school for the day or the cost of attending one of the Google Apps Summits. Click here to register.
The next section is scheduled to meet on December 3, 10, 17 at 7pm Eastern. Registration is limited to 25 seats per section. Click here to register today!
*Creating and sharing documents, presentations, and spreadsheets.
*Using Google Documents and Presentations for collaborative writing and reading exercises.
*Using Google Forms and Spreadsheets for collecting and analyzing data.
*Using Google Documents as a publishing platform.
*Managing the flow of files in your Google Drive.
Registration is limited to 25 students per course.
This course is designed for educators who:
*Are new to using Google Drive/ Documents.
*Have previously used Google Drive/ Documents but would like a refresher course.
*Would like to learn how Google Drive/ Documents can be used to help their students meet ELA Common Core Standards.