Media-Tech Virtual Conference Roundup


February 5th was Digital Learning Day. The DPS Media-Tech Department launched several online professional development sessions via Google Hangouts to recognize the day. As of February 9th, we have had about 29 DPS staff members take part (watch and submit a form with answers relevant to the session to earn CEUs) in the sessions. Below is a summary of their responses. The sessions will remain online indefinately so more teachers can gain knowledge when and where they need it.
Virtual Session
Participants
Percentage
Google Hangouts- Efficient Meetings, Dynamic Sharing 3 10%
Google Drive- Creating, Sharing, and Collaborating Anytime, Anywhere 3 10%
Managing Student Assignments with Google Drive & Doctopus 3 10%
Using Google Forms to Create and Grade Student Assessments 3 10%
Using Technology to Support Flipped Instruction 3 10%
ActivInspire- Engaging Students and Getting the Most out of Your Interactive White Board 3 10%
Interactive Visuals in the Classroom 3 10%
Flexible Scheduling with Google Calendar & YouCanBook.Me 2 7%
Google Sites- Virtual Learning Commons for Schools and Classrooms 2 7%
Creativity and Innovation in PBL 1 3%
Conducting Research in All Subject Areas Utilizing the Big6/Super3 Research Process 1 3%
Cyberbullying Toolkit: Educate Kids to be Upstanders 1 3%
Socialize with Social Studies 1 3%
QR Codes- What, Why, and When 0 0%
The Githens Middle School Raider Report- The New Media in the Hands of a New Generation 0 0%
Atomic Learning for DPS Students and Staff 0 0%
Essential Apps for the 1:1 Classroom 0 0%
Walk Around With Weebly 0 0%
Pulling It All Together With An iPad Through The Lens of Second Grade 0 0%
SchoolNet, Varying Perspectives 0 0%
     
Virtual Conference Survey