Google Classroom and Suite for Blended and Online Learning (during COVID-19 and beyond), Aigner, Summer 2020
||EDU 5515 C44 A & B
|Dates and Times:
||Session 1: July 25 - October 11, 2020
Session 2: August 14- October 30, 2020
Note: Please register online. Purchase order or payment of $975, payable to CASTLETON UNIVERSITY, is due at the time of registration. Please mail the check to: Financial & Registration Services, Castleton University, 62 Alumni Drive, Castleton, VT 05735. To help us ensure that your payment is applied to the correct course, PLEASE WRITE “CFS” IN THE CHECK MEMO LINE.
In the fall, during COVID-19, we were suddenly thrown into online instruction as schools closed. There was little time to prepare or reflect. The goal of this course is to help you develop instructional materials to prepare for the many possible scenarios next year.
This course will assist educators in the development of an online learning environment using Google Classroom, the suite of tools, and additional products to enhance student instruction.
- Develop a plan for how the instructor wishes to use Google Classroom alongside face‐to‐face instruction or completely online to manage transitions during COVID-19
- Rollover courses or content for next year in Classroom
- Identify content options for online learning—and acquire or create course content
- Look at the role of media in an online environment and produce or locate media
- Explore the role of assessment in an online environment—pre, summative, formative
- Discussions and student engagement
- Grading with technology
- Sharing resources such as forms and other take-home items
In addition to a 2-hour synchronous meeting, participants will interact with a Learning Management System for class discussions, responses to articles, and other activities. Students can work at their own pace.
Participants will be able to:
- Continue the work started during COVID-19 in their school district and improve the quality of their existing online teaching
- Identify and build content, media, and assessment for a course or courses to create greater student engagement
Primary Software Resources:
Google Apps and Classroom
Primary Print and Online Resources:
- Text: Articles and Text Chapters from a variety of authors
- Screencasts and videos: Instructor and a variety of resources
- ISTE Standards for Teachers and Students
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