Teaching with Google G Suite for Education
Micro-credentials in this Program
Communicating Expectations with Students and Stakeholders
The educator implements an assignment that incorporates both educator and student-centered peer feedback to improve student outcomes, using G Suite tools to facilitate the feedback process.
Engage Student Learning Through a Group Project
The educator develops and implements an assignment to engage students in a collaborative learning project using G Suite tools.
Improve Student Understanding with Feedback
The educator communicates clear expectations around rules of conduct, performance, a project/assignment or other learning objectives with students and other stakeholders, using G Suite tools.
Understand and Share Student Growth
Educator creates an assessment to collect student learning data and shares the results with stakeholders to reflect on growth and determine next steps for instruction, using G Suite tools to facilitate the process.
Why Enroll in the Teaching with G Suite Program?
- Gain immediately applicable classroom tactics and functional knowledge for effectively teaching students using G Suite
- Prepare for the Google Educator Level 1 Certification — for educators who have learned the fundamentals of using Google tools in the classroom, the Level 1 certification validates standard technology implementation skills. Earn all four micro-credentials in the G Suite stack to prepare to pass the Google L1 assessment to become a Google Certified Educator.
- Cultivate the capacities of a modern tech-enabled teacher and professional learner including the skills to self-assess, self-motivate and create individual professional learning paths and networks
- Demonstrate competence via a micro-credential that will be awarded upon successful completion of the program. Optional graduate credit is available.
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Issued by Google for Education
Why Micro-credentials Matters
What’s in a Micro-credential
Micro-credentials on BloomBoard follow the ADDIE instructional design framework. Each micro-credential is based on a robust, standardized blueprint, grounded in instructional design best practices.