ROE 11 Tech Networking

Area technology coordinators and directors will discuss shared experiences, questions, and ideas. Their contributions and concerns will drive the conversation.

Use Google Forms to Create an Adventure Story

Google Forms is now a full-featured forms tool that comes free with your Google account. In this workshop, participants will learn how to add standard question types, drag-and-drop questions in the desired order, customize the form with simple photo or color themes, and gather responses in Forms or save them to a Google Sheets spreadsheet. Forms allow teachers to do everything from gathering student or parent information simply and conveniently to converting current paper tests into online assessments which can be modified to meet the diverse needs of all learners. Learn how to integrate Google Forms into your Google Classroom. Learn how to use Google Forms to create a ‘Choose your own adventure story” or ‘Pick a path.’ This session will primarily explore the ‘Go to Section based on Answer’ feature in Google Forms. Participants will be guided through how to create a story and will be encouraged to learn how to create their own stories. The ‘Go to Section based on Answer’ feature can be used to create pre/ post assessments, support remote instruction and learning, and encourage creativity.

Get Creative with Google Sites

A workshop on how to create a Google Site for teachers to use with their classrooms. Educators will learn how to create a site with bitmojis and will include tips and tricks to help make Google Site interactive and fun for students and parents.

Google Level 2

Get Google Certified! A workshop preparing participants to take the Level 2 Google certification exam.

The Learning Technology Center of Illinois is proud to offer a Google Educator Level 2 Certification workshop. The Level 2 Certification workshop will prepare participants to take the Google Educator Level 2 certification exam (not included). The Google for Education site states: Level 2 status indicates that an educator is able to successfully integrate a wider range of Google for Education tools and other technologies in order to transform their teaching practice. Participants are required to bring a Chromebook or laptop to the workshop. This is not a beginner’s course.

ROE 12 Tech Roundtable

Area technology coordinators and directors will discuss shared experiences, questions, and ideas. Their contributions and concerns will drive the conversation.

IL Ed Tech Coaches Meeting

Join educational technology coaches from around the state to share best practices and ask questions.

Seesaw for Parents

This session will provide an overview for parents of the Seesaw platform. This is a virtual session that will take place via Zoom. Students use creative tools to take pictures, draw, record videos, and more to capture learning in a portfolio.

Seesaw for Parents

This session will provide an overview for parents of the Seesaw platform. This is a virtual session that will take place via Zoom. Students use creative tools to take pictures, draw, record videos, and more to capture learning in a portfolio.

Seesaw for Parents

This session will provide an overview for parents of the Seesaw platform. This is a virtual session that will take place via Zoom. Students use creative tools to take pictures, draw, record videos, and more to capture learning in a portfolio.

Google Classroom for Parents

This session, presented by the Learning Technology Center, will provide an overview for parents of the Google Classroom platform. This is a virtual session that will take place via Zoom. Classroom helps students and teachers organize student work, boost collaboration, and foster better communication.