Google Classroom makes it simple to assign, collect, grade, provide feedback, and return student work. It has undoubtedly saved teachers countless hours of work. Teacher's understand and appreciate the principles of a well-managed , structured and organized physical classroom in which students know where everything is and can work independently. Come to this session to learn how to set up Google Classroom so it is efficient and simple for both students and teachers. We'll concentrate on how to employ organizational structures and visual techniques with classwork, topics, and assignments. Come see how your Google Classroom can align with your organizational goals.
Christina Nuñez has a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration and a Master's Degree in Elementary Education. She has worked at Albuquerque Public Schools for 15 years as a teacher and as well as serving in various leadership roles throughout that time. She is currently a member of the APS Educational Technology Department serving as a Technology Resource Teacher, providing educator training for both Apple, Google and other digital tools. She is a Google Certified Educator Level 1 and 2 as well as a Google Certified Trainer and Coach as well as an ISTE Certified educator. She is a member of ISTE (international society for Technology in Education), a secretary of NMSTE, a panelist and presenter for NM ECHO in Education, a share captain of NMGEG and a member of NMASCD. She has previously presented at ISTE, FETC and NMDLC.