Google Apps for Differentiation

About the Session

Google Apps for Differentiation

I will discuss some ways I’ve used Google Apps for Education to enhance/differentiate learning in my journalism program & open discussion for all other subject areas.

SAMR Alignment
My session best aligns with the ideas of Modification (M)

About the Presenter

Angie Jameson
Journalism Teacher
Chagrin Falls High School
angie.jameson@chagrinschools.org

Angie Jameson is a secondary English and journalism teacher at Chagrin Falls High School. She is a “Google Geek,” and loves using Google Tools for Education in both her English and journalism courses. Additionally, she is in her second semester of the Library/Instructional Technology graduate program at Kent State University. Outside of teaching, Angie participates in the Writing Ourselves project through Kent State where she works with secondary ELA teachers and freshmen comp college professors from Northeast Ohio to help devise strategies to bridge the writing gap for students heading to college.

Going paperless with Google

About the Session

Going paperless with Google

I’d like to showcase how I was able to go paperless in a class that was not 1:1, and how Google Apps made it extremely easy.

SAMR Alignment
My session best aligns with the ideas of Substitution (S)

About the Presenter

Salvatore Maiorana
Teacher
Kenston
Salvatore.maiorana@kenstonapps.org

I teach high school science at Kenston high school. I am really interested in Ed tech integration, and work in a 1:1 iPad school.

Dive Deep into Research with Google Apps

About the Session

Dive Deep into Research with Google Apps

Rigorous research requires the use of authoritative sources. Dive into some of the best research resources from Ohio’s free digital library and other great sites. Take the time to explore how these sources integrate with Google Apps to enhance teaching and learning with our team of three research experts! Assign articles seamlessly to Google classroom. Send articles straight to Google Drive for close reading, annotation and more. Go beyond the research tools in Docs and challenge students to become advanced researchers. Bring your own device or use one of ours in this hands-on workshop.

SAMR Alignment
My session best aligns with the ideas of Augmentation (A)

About the Presenters

Angela Maxwell, with co-presenters Julie Ungier and Lori Guerrini

School Librarian
Beachwood High School
amm@beachwoodschools.org

I am passionate about the transformative power of reading, technology and the importance of information literacy in our society. As a school librarian, I work with students, collaborate with colleagues and provide professional development about awesome edtech, rigorous research resources, and cool tools to enhance teaching and learning. In 2015, I was honored to receive the Information Technology Innovation award from the Ohio Educational Media Association.