Enroll in Eduphoria's Workshop before the start date. Complete all online coursework by the end date. Read course descriptions for additional requirements and information.

Enrollment starts
Mon, Apr 27 @ 4 PM

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Secondary: Everything Google (Online)

Whether you are new to Google or have been using it for a while, this class has something for you. The class consists of numerous one-hour modules covering various Google skills from Drive to Sites to Add-ons, plus a whole lot more. Everyone will have the opportunity to earn a maximum of 6 hours of non-contract credit. You will get to choose what Google skills you would like to learn. You will be able to use the Google skills you learn with the students through collaborative assignments and communication. ** Note: If you would like to take more than 6 hours of Google skills credit or if you would like to have more than two weeks to work on the modules, please sign up for a second summer online Google class.

Mon, June 15 - Sun, June 28 (Section 1, Section 2),   Mon, June 29 - Sun, July 12,   Mon, July 13 - Sun, July 26,   Mon, July 27 - Sun, Aug. 9

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Secondary: Everything Learning Hub (Online)

Whether you are new to Moodle or have been using it for a while, this class has something for you. The class consists of numerous one-hour modules covering various Moodle skills from Administering a Moodle site to Creating Quizzes, plus a whole lot more. Everyone will have the opportunity to earn a maximum of 6 hours of non-contract credit. You will get to choose what Moodle skills you would like to learn. You will be able to use the Moodle skills you learn to improve your interactive class in the Student Learning Hub that will allow students to show what they learn through online assignments and feedback. ** Note: If you would like to take more than 6 hours of Moodle skills credit or if you would like to have more than two weeks to work on the modules, please sign up for a second summer online Moodle class.

Mon, June 15 - Sun, June 28 (Section 1, Section 2),   Mon, June 29 - Sun, July 12,   Mon, July 13 - Sun, July 26,   Mon, July 27 - Sun, Aug. 9

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All Levels: Digital Citizenship-The Value of Creating and Maintaining a Positive Digital Identity (Online)

In this interactive online workshop participants will expand their knowledge on what it means to be a “responsible” online citizen. Working through five different modules: Copyright, Cyberbullying, Privacy & Security, Digital Footprint & Reputation, and Internet Safety, participants will be provided with ideas and resources that will help to teach students the importance of creating and maintaining a positive digital identity.         3 hours PD credit

Mon, July 13 - Sun, July 26

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Secondary: BYOD Assessment Tools (Online)

Are you interested in using BYOD in your classroom but don't quite know how to harness devices for student assessment? Through this online course, explore several different options for assessing students using their (and school provided) devices. Participants will design and implement an assessment. It is recommended for participants to have access to a mobile device (smartphone, tablet, iPad, etc) similar to what your students may use in your classroom. You will receive login instructions on the first day of the course then will have a 2 week time-frame to complete the coursework. After school starts in August you will have until the end of the 2nd six-weeks marking period to implement an assessment with your students and complete an online reflection. No partial credit will be granted.    3 hrs PD credit

Mon, June 15 - Mon, June 29,   Mon, July 27 - Mon, Aug. 10

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Secondary: Choices + Collaboration (Online)

In this interactive ONLINE workshop participants will be exposed to several online and device friendly resources that students can choose to use to create group projects. A major pro to using online tools for collaboration is that students can work on their project anywhere at anytime. Teachers will use these resources to give students a choice in project creation. The student will learn to use teamwork, communication, and collaboration skills to work with partners to create dynamic results. You will be given a choice of which topics you would like to explore. Each topic completed will earn one hour of credit with a maximum of 6 credit allowed.

Mon, July 13 - Sun, July 26

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Secondary: Creating and Managing Great Student Projects (Online)

Tired of having students create the same old Power Point projects? Want to try something new but aren’t sure how to manage students’ participation and work? This online course will take a look at great tools students can use to create projects demonstrating authentic learning. We’ll also study the best ways to manage students projects and encourage participation from all students. You’ll end the course with a new project for use with your students!      6 hrs PD credit

Mon, June 15 - Mon, June 28,   Mon, July 27 - Sun, Aug. 9

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Secondary: Creative Projects using Technology (Online)

Learn how you and your students can spice things up a bit by exploring a variety of online tools including but not limited to online presentations, posters, animations, timelines, comic creators, collages, videos and more. All of these internet based project mediums are accessible from school or from home, some are even editable from mobile devices. Participants will receive login instructions on the first day of the course then will have a 2 week time-frame to complete the coursework. After school starts in August you will have until the end of the 2nd six-weeks marking period to implement a lesson where students select from online options to create a project. You will then complete an online reflection. No partial credit will be granted.    3 hrs PD credit

Mon, June 15 - Mon, June 29,   Mon, July 27 - Mon, Aug. 10

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Secondary: Enhancing Your Class with Google Earth (Online)

This course is an ONLINE technology workshop conducted through the Staff Learning Hub and is designed for Secondary teachers of English, LOTE, Math, Science and Social Studies courses. Google Earth is more than just looking at your childhood neighborhood. Through this online course, explore how you can engage your students more by having them interact with Google Earth features related to your subject. Explore historical imagery, geography/topography, architecture, real world math, oceanography, astronomy, pre-made Google Lit Trips, Google Earth's educational resources and online community and more. Your areas of exploration will be guided by your subject area. Participants must have access to either a PC or Mac desktop or laptop with FREE Google Earth installed; smaller mobile devices do not include full functionality. Participants will receive login instructions on the first day of the course then will have a 2 week time-frame to complete the coursework. After school starts in August you will have until the end of the 2nd six-weeks marking period to implement a lesson with your students and complete an online reflection. No partial credit will be granted.    3 hrs PD credit

Mon, June 15 - Mon, June 29,   Mon, July 27 - Mon, Aug. 10

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