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The third in our Online Teaching webinar series, this session is designed to teach you how to effectively use G Suite for Education, a platform that many Victorian schools are using as part of their strategy to support students learning from home.
Join the Google for Education team for a hands on webinar where they will explore the most effective use of G Suite for Education to support online learning. Together let's dive into the resources available from Google to support learning during this time including our Teach from Home site, Google Classroom updates and the advanced features in Google Hangouts Meet to connect with your classes. You will have opportunities to ask specific questions about G Suite throughout the webinar.
Who Should Attend?
About the presenters
Kimberley Hall has almost two decades of teaching and leadership experience across Departments of Education, Primary, Secondary, Higher Ed, as well as working with students with additional needs. Since leaving the classroom, she worked as an eLearning, then Learning and Teaching Advisor with Catholic Education Melbourne and was privileged to have had the opportunity to work with thousands of teachers in countries around the world in her role as an Education Consultant. Kimberley was the first female in Australia to be both a Google for Education Certified Innovator and Certified Trainer and was awarded the Department of Education’s ‘Most Outstanding Graduate Teacher’ early in her career. Currently, she is loving the opportunity to collaborate with education systems across the country in her role with the Google for Education team based out of the Melbourne office.
Chris Betcher is a passionate Australian educator with over 30 years of classroom experience. He is currently the Program Manager for G Suite Adoption with the Google for Education team in Sydney. He has presented workshops to educators around the world in the effective use of technology for teaching and learning, and in 2013 was recognised as the Australian ICT Educator of the Year.
This event was made possible by support from the Victorian Department of Education and Training.