Driving Educator Growth with Google for Education
Educators around the country are using Google for Education tools to change their teaching practices and improve student outcomes.
Join Liz Anderson, Head of Global Adoption Programs at Google for Education, and Jason Klein, Assistant Superintendent of Technology and Learning at Maine Township High School District 207, for a conversation about how Maine 207 successfully implemented Google for Education tools as part of their districtwide transformation. They’ll also discuss how your district can leverage the power of micro-credentials to help teachers become proficient — technically and pedagogically — in integrating Google into their classrooms to improve their instruction.
In this webinar you’ll learn about:
- The impact of and lessons learned from Maine 207’s journey
- Best practices for implementing Google for Education tools districtwide
- Key competencies teachers need to engage students using Google for Education tools
- How districts can support teachers in developing these competencies using micro-credentials, and earn re-certification and graduate credit
Head of Global Adoption Programs
Google for Education
Assistant Superintendent of Technology and Learning
Maine Township High School District 207
This webinar was originally presented on Education Week, sponsored by BloomBoard.
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