Whether you’re thinking of buying your first printer, or you have a few that are not being used to their full potential, this workshop will give you the foundation needed to implement 3D printing in your educational environment.
This session is great for administrators planning to implement the standards, teachers who are teaching the standards, and any educator who would like to learn new ideas for integrating technology into their classroom.
Are you tired of juggling appointments, events, and to-do lists? Join us for a captivating journey into the world of Google Calendar, where you'll learn the secrets to taming your schedule and conquering missed events.
ISBE has developed and released new computer literacy guidelines for use in all Illinois K-12 schools. In this workshop, we’ll explore what computer literacy is, ISBE's K-12 Computer Literacy Knowledge and Skill Continuum, and how you can bring computer literacy into your classrooms while meeting these new teaching requirements.
Come discover what it takes to bring drones into the classroom as a part of this hands-on workshop. Participants will have the chance to ask questions and learn about essential drone terminology, safety issues, legal concerns, operational requirements, and drone model options. Participants will also walk away a DJI Trello EDU drone of their own to make implementing their newfound drone knowledge even easier.
Cyber attacks on schools are on the rise, and school staff are one of the most common targets. What can you as an educator do to keep your professional data and your district safe?
Join us as we delve into the fascinating realm of artificial intelligence (AI) and its incredible potential in education. This workshop offers educators a comprehensive exploration of AI's fundamentals, advantages, and limitations, along with invaluable insights into leveraging AI tools to elevate teaching and learning experiences in the classroom.
Join us as we cut through the AI buzz and examine the implications of artificial intelligence in an education setting. In particular, we’ll focus on how recently released and forthcoming AI tools could impact how students learn and create going forward.
There’s a better way to work! This workshop for daily Google Workspace for Education users will help you develop workflows that improve efficiency, cut down on the clutter, and help you get more done each day.
What if I told you that beyond Docs and Slides lies an entire Googleverse of lesser-known tools? These tools can infuse creativity and collaboration into your classroom with minimal planning. Join us as we uncover lesser known Google tools that can help students connect with each other and the world outside their classroom.
Join us to how to get your students started in Minecraft EDU using in-game tutorials, as well plan lessons, develop authentic assessments, and even integrate block or Python coding, 3D printing, and other STEM concepts directly in the game.
Discover the power of AI in education and learn how teachers can effectively use it to support students and streamline tasks. This workshop covers AI basics, its benefits and limitations, and practical classroom applications.