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Google Tools for Your Blended Social Studies Classroom Workshop

The educational landscape is changing. Are you changing with it?

I’m hosting two virtual workshops, the first on May 20 and the second on June 15, both focusing on the use of Google tools in a blended social studies classroom. Both start at 8:30 CST. They’re perfect for learning a few new ideas, building your personal PLN, and earning up to two graduate credits. Pick whichever best fits your schedule.

Join me and other secondary social studies teachers in this virtually delivered workshop to explore Google tools and resources designed to enhance your Social Studies instruction and student learning. As a former middle school teacher, certified Google Educator, and co-chair of the Kansas state social studies standards writing committee, I’ll highlight strategies for many of the most useful Google tools for Social Studies.

Tools such as Drive, Classroom, Docs, Slides, Forms, Chrome browser and extensions, My Maps, Sites, and virtual reality tools such as Expeditions and Tour Creator are ideal for both face to face, a blended learning environment, or a totally digital classroom.

Interested? For more details, including pricing information, click the button that’s right for you!


Whether you’re an experienced Google user or a G Suite novice, you’ll walk away with ready to use ideas perfect for streamlining your workflow and increasing your students’ historical thinking skills and content.

This live online event will be delivered via Zoom virtual conferencing software so you are able to participate from your home or school without having to travel. Please plan to attend this virtual workshop with a fully charged Chromebook or laptop with the Chrome browser installed and a ready to use Google account.

Neither date fits? There’ll be an online independent study version by the end of June. Check back here.

Questions? Let me know.

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