ACE Your Class! Active, Collaborative, and Engaged Learning Using Google Drive: Intermediate
Use of Google Drive applications in your class can create opportunities for active learning, collaboration, and engagement. Whether you want students to interact with content, design and deliver group presentations, crowd-source information in a variety of formats, or provide constructive feedback in real-time, the free, user-friendly Google Drive apps provide students and instructors with a variety of learning options. Use of Google Drive can also allow for more efficient and streamlined procedures, leaving you and your students more time to meaningfully focus on learning course content.
This workshop is part two of a two-part series. In this intermediate workshop, you will dive deeper into the use of Google Drive apps. You will have access to a resource bank of ideas and activities that are readily available for use in your class. You will also learn how to integrate Google Drive content directly into your TCU Online course shell. You will walk away with ideas for designing a new activity or transforming an existing one into a collaborative, student-centered activity using Google Drive.
*You are encouraged to bring a laptop to the workshop that is connected to the TCU network.
This workshop meets Koehler Center outcomes 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, and 1.4.
Tuesday, February 11 at 2:30 pm to 4:00 pm
TCU Campus Store, 209
2950 West Berry Street, Fort Worth, TX 76109