Event Title

Using Google Applications in the Classroom

Presenter Information

Steve Rhine, Willamette University

Location

Berglund Hall 232

Start Date

25-9-2010 11:00 AM

End Date

25-9-2010 12:00 PM

Description

Free and useful. Google applications have the potential to enhance your teaching by helping students collaborate and become engaged in learning. From Presentations to collaborative documents to surveys of students to blogging and websites, Google applications create opportunities for integrating technology in ways that connect students to the content and each other.

Steve Rhine is a Professor of Education at Willamette University. He taught high school mathematics for many years before moving into teacher education. He has been active in the educational technology community for the past two decades.

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Sep 25th, 11:00 AM Sep 25th, 12:00 PM

Using Google Applications in the Classroom

Berglund Hall 232

Free and useful. Google applications have the potential to enhance your teaching by helping students collaborate and become engaged in learning. From Presentations to collaborative documents to surveys of students to blogging and websites, Google applications create opportunities for integrating technology in ways that connect students to the content and each other.

Steve Rhine is a Professor of Education at Willamette University. He taught high school mathematics for many years before moving into teacher education. He has been active in the educational technology community for the past two decades.