Need training for 21st Century skills?

Is your school or district looking for help with training for 21st Century skills? The Goodwill Community Foundation’s GCFLearnFree.org website provides over 250 free tutorials on a variety of 21st Century topics including email, spreadsheets, social media, iPads and Google tools, as well as some basic tutorials on reading, math and job search skills.

Google Apps in the Primary Classroom

2012 Oregon Google Summit ~ Rock Creek Middle School ~ Room C101 9:45-11:00 am Michelle Doring, ORVSD Trainer   Welcome! It’s so exciting to be here at the 2012 Oregon Google Summit with over 300 educators exploring the vast array of powerful tools that Google offers to school districts for free. I’m always so inspired by the neat opportunities for student collaboration, revision, and authentic assessments. Then, I remember that I work with… Read More

Calendars to the Rescue!

Mid-Valley Google Apps Spring Roadshow ~ Madrona Room 9:15-10:30 am Michelle Doring, ORVSD Trainer   Good Morning! Please sign in using the following form: http://goo.gl/dnp9s “Why I love Google Calendar” a.k.a “How Google Calendar Saved my Job” Setting Up Your Calendar: http://goo.gl/fyn2J Sharing & Embedding: https://sites.google.com/site/acestitle1/ Curricular Applications Try it Out!

April 2 Training Resources for North Marion School District

On Monday, April 2, 2012 I presented a series of workshops on Google Apps for Education in North Marion School District. Here are the links to the resources we used: Handout Document This is a LONG document! Use the table of contents on the first page to jump to the section you’re looking for. At the end of each section are training resources (including a link to the Common Craft video we… Read More

Learning to Learn: Welcome to the 21st Century!

Learning to Learn quotation

This from a colleague: “Hi Corin, a few of us were ok’ed to take an excel class, we were going to do it from Fred Pryor, but Anna said she took the course and she had to help the instructor. I did a google search and found very bad reviews. Can you recommend something for us. We are interested in some help with 2010 and both basic and up.” Using AAAAARGH! Using… Read More