Upcoming Webinar: Going Paperless with Google Apps

Upcoming Webinar: Going Paperless with Google Apps

Why carry the heavy bag of student papers home with you every night? With more and more students carrying smart phone and laptop devices, it makes sense to cut the waste and go paperless. During this session, we will explore ways to use Google Apps with students to create a paperless workflow. Even if not every student has a device, there are still activities you can do to ease the paper consumption in your classroom.

CIkh4n73_400x400Join us on Thursday, May 14 from 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM for a live webinar event where Kelly Kermode will share her experiences teaching high school students in a paperless classroom. Strategies for moving from a traditional workflow toward a more digital, collaborative workflow will be shared, as well as favorite add-ons, Chrome web apps and extensions. By the end of this webinar, attendees will have an understanding of how to use Google Apps in the classroom to cut the paperweight demand.

While this webinar focuses on the secondary level, other educators and administrators are encouraged to attend. Many of the experiences and ideas shared will be applicable to all grade levels, as well as staff development.

Click the banner below to register for this webinar.



2 thoughts on “Upcoming Webinar: Going Paperless with Google Apps

    1. Hi Jane,
      I am sorry that you are experiencing issues with registering for this webinar. It sounds like this is a problem with the PD Hub. At your earliest convenience, please email them at pdhub@kentisd.org or call (616) 365-2235 and someone will be able to help you get registered for this webinar. Thank you.

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