Augment your Teaching & Learning using Google Apps for Education

A session at Bring IT, Together 2014

Friday 7th November, 2014

12:00pm to 12:50pm (EST)

Julie is a Google Certified Teacher and has worked with Google Apps for Education extensively over the past several years in the Toronto District School Board. She loves sharing useful & practical strategies to improve student engagement, inquiry, and ways to provide descriptive feedback to students.

In this session we will examine how Google Apps for Education supports a variety of teaching strategies in the classroom. Examples will include Inquiry Based Learning Learning, Student Voice, Assessment for/as/of Learning. Examples are intended to be highly portable and transferable - something you can try tomorrow in your classrooms & schools with your students!

Presentation and resources can be found at www.juliemillan.ca

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Julie Millan

Teacher in the Toronto DSB | 1:1 Classroom | Google Innovative Educator | Passionate about Digital Citizenship http://www.juliemillan.ca | #TryOneThing bio from Twitter

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15 attendees

  • Cindy Barna-Zuzic
  • Joanne Borges
  • Chris Denby
  • Penny
  • Mark Gelinas
  • Jennifer Casa-Todd
  • Julie Millan
  • Kevin Watt
  • Kathryn Lloyd
  • Lisa Langsford
  • Michelle
  • M. Vandepoele
  • Melissa Oliver
  • Becky Kennedy
  • Tina Giannopoulos

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  • Jodee Monkhouse
  • Rebecca Grimes
  • Josée Hébert
  • Katie Long
  • Kurt Beer
  • Linda Bouzanis
  • Lisa H
  • Melissa Jensen
  • Scott Monahan
  • Marie Swift
  • Nancy Zomer
  • Nicole Hamilton
  • Stacy Marcynuk

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Time 12:00pm12:50pm EST

Date Fri 7th November 2014

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www.juliemillan.ca

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