Google Level 2 Cohort
March 3 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pmFree
Reserve your spot today and come join a Google Level 2 Cohort. We will meet virtually bi-monthly (every other week) from 3:30- 5:00 on Wednesdays. In this cohort, we will break down the Level two exam in smaller workshops and prepare you to take and pass the Level 2 Exam. Learn all the tricks and tips along the way as well. Learn, make new friends, and grow professionally. Each session will cover 2 to 3 different Google Apps: (1) Gmail, Slides, and Drawings, (2) Scholar, Books, Google Arts & Culture, (3) Earth and Maps, (4) Sites and Blogger, (5) Youtube and Classroom, (6) Keep and Trends.
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 teaching practices. Participants are required to have a Google account and an internet-connected device to attend.
Cohort schedule: March 3, 17, 31, April 14, 28, May 12 (must register for each session)
Lisa Schwartz is the Regional Educational Technology Coordinator in central Illinois for the Learning Technology Center. Prior to joining the LTC, she was an educator in Quincy Public Schools. Lisa is passionate about meaningful professional development and creating teacher and student leaders. She facilitates professional learning events regionally and statewide; provides consultation and support to school districts related to digital learning and technology integration; and develops instructional materials for school administrators, teachers, and students throughout the region and the state. She is a certified teacher, a Google for Education Certified Trainer, a Google Certified Educator, and an Apple Education Trainer. She holds a Master of Arts in Educational Administration from Quincy University and a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from Western Illinois University.