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Leveraging Google Apps for Teaching | 7/22 @ 12:15pm

Leveraging Google Apps

Heard about people using Google Apps for teaching, but not sure what this means, or where to start? Google Apps are an NYU-supported suite of collaborative authoring tools that enable up to 100 users work together in real time (from anywhere) on shared presentations, documents, and sheets. In addition to collaborative documents, Google Forms is an easy way to create and distribute surveys or quizzes to your students, and Google Assignments is an option for commenting directly on students’ work with direct updates in NYU Classes. In this workshop we’ll walkthrough the Google Apps suite and provide tips on how each tool can be effectively integrated in the classroom.

You should attend if…

You’ve never heard of Google Apps before and want to learn more

You’d like students to be able to build something together in your class, either asynchronously or synchronously

You’re interested in simplifying the process of giving feedback on student work

You’d like a quick and easy way to survey or quiz your students

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Seamless Remote Teaching From the Classroom: Managing a Blended Classroom | 8/05 @ 12:15pm

Blended Class

Looking to prepare for the possibility of teaching your course if some students are on-campus and some students are remote? In this workshop we’ll look at options for designing an engaging and inclusive hybrid class.

You should attend if…

You want to be prepared to teach your fully in-person course to a hybrid group 

You’re looking for ways to structure your class and make it as inclusive as possible

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Get Ready to Teach Remotely with Zoom: Zoom Basics | 8/19 @ 12:15pm

Zoom Basics

Join us for a workshop designed to help you get ready to take your class online with Zoom and other tools available to you through NYU. We’ll cover how to set up and use Zoom through NYU Classes, ways to make the most of Zoom’s interactive features to support learning, and ideas for organizing meetings and content for a remote format.

You should attend if…

You’ll be teaching remotely for the first time in the coming weeks/months and want to prepare

You’re looking for practical tips to help make your remote classes as engaging as your in-person classes

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