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Saturday, March 19
 

11:15am

101 Automations
Tired of doing the same thing over and over again? Speed up repetitive tasks and bundle actions into workflows with Google Apps Script. Save time for yourself and others by letting a robot do most of your work with automation.

This session will cover scripts and automations based on real world workflows. Fully functional code will be reviewed and run to show Google Apps Script in action. A script based on your suggestions will be written from scratch to demonstrate how Apps Script can make automation easy.

Speakers
avatar for Seung Lee

Seung Lee

Senior IT Specialist, New York University
Hello! I'm currently the Google Apps Administrator for New York University. I've been working in education and technology there for over a decade. I like building tools to make other people's lives easier. I'm also interested in board games, crafts, and my two cats Ed and Harriso... Read More →


11:15am

Get Your Google Classroom Guru On!
Are you already a Google Classroom user? Are you eager to take your knowledge and skills to the next level? Then this session is for you, future Classroom Guru! Participants will leverage the power of the Google ecosystem as we focus on Classroom for advanced and innovative uses to make grading, communication, organization, and assessment more efficient and enjoyable for both students and teachers. 

Speakers
avatar for Dani Kennis

Dani Kennis

Special Education & Social Studies Teacher & Technology Coach, Clarkstown Central School District
Dani is a high school Special Education Social Studies teacher and Technology Coach in the New York suburbs. She is also a Level 2 Google Certified Trainer and co-founder of The Education Calendar, a crowdsourced map and calendar of education events worldwide. Her blended classroom... Read More →


1:15pm

Awesome Tables and Google Sheets Gradebook
In this session you will learn how to maintain a gradebook in Google Sheets and make it available to your students on a Google Site. Students only see grades that are relevant to them.  Link to Session Notes.

Speakers
avatar for Richard Anderson

Richard Anderson

Director of Information Services, Washington International School
Richard Anderson is the Director of Information Services at Washington International School. He became a Certified Google Education Trainer in 2011 and is passionate about using Google Apps to improve workflows and encourage collaboration among all members of the school community... Read More →


1:15pm

PD 2020: Going Google
In this session, I am sharing how my school, Brooklyn College Academy, uses Google Drive and Google Apps for Education's "Google Classroom" in order to help facilitate Professional Development [PD] and collect data. Through mindful organization of files on Google Drive with designated folders for Professional Learning Committee's [PLC] during PD time, faculty are able to collaborate with one another and track the details of their meetings using a "Minutes" doc. By using Google Classroom and the suite of applications available on Google Drive, our PD Leadership team can collect data and give assignments on PD days to better facilitate teacher development and track growth.


Speakers
avatar for Christina Basias

Christina Basias

English Teacher, Google Certified Educator, Technology Coordinator, Podcast Producer and Host, Brooklyn College Academy
As a passionate educator, born and educated in Brooklyn, Christina is excited to find ways to bring a global education to students who share her urban background. She is currently an English teacher, Google Certified Educator, and Technology Coordinator at Brooklyn College Academy... Read More →


2:30pm

Awesome Tables and Curriculum Mapping
Build a user friendly database on Google Sites to view lesson plans using Autocrat and Awesome Tables. In this session, you will get a feel for designing and distributing curriculum templates as well as building a curriculum database for your organization.

Speakers
avatar for Richard Anderson

Richard Anderson

Director of Information Services, Washington International School
Richard Anderson is the Director of Information Services at Washington International School. He became a Certified Google Education Trainer in 2011 and is passionate about using Google Apps to improve workflows and encourage collaboration among all members of the school community... Read More →


2:30pm

Make Feedback Better & Easier with Google Forms & Sheets Add-ons
In this session, participants will learn about and practice using a variety of Google Forms and Sheets add-ons to help make feedback easier, better, and more efficient. Come prepared with a basic knowledge of Google Forms and get ready to become a Forms and automation expert. This session will provide an overview of add-ons including but limited to Flubaroo, formMule, Autocrat, Choice Eliminator, and Doctopus. The featured add-ons will be decided to meet participants’ needs with a focus on hands-on practice and application.

Speakers
avatar for Adam Schoenbart

Adam Schoenbart

English Teacher & Technology Coach, Ossining High School
Adam is a high school teacher, technology coach, Google for Education Certified Trainer, and EdD candidate. He is also the co-founder of The Education Calendar, a crowdsourced map and calendar of education events worldwide. Adam teaches in New York in a 1:1 Chromebook classroom a... Read More →