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Teachers who want to have a Classroom Website must take this course to learn about new ADA regulations. Once completed, participants will choose to either continue with a Classroom Website, or will choose to use Synergy as their primary communication tool.
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In this 3 section course participants will learn to apply Microsoft Excel formatting features to create professional looking worksheets.  Prerequisite: None for the Level I course.
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Turn your PowerPoint presentations into interactive lessons with Microsoft’s free add-in, Office Mix. Some of the add-in tools we’ll be exploring in this workshop will include: voice, video, digital ink, quizzes, and reports.Prerequisite:  Must be comfortable using PowerPoint.
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This course will introduce participants to Microsoft Office 365 OneNote, a program designed for digital note-taking. This powerful tool enables users to create, collect, and organize their notes and store a variety of content in digital notebooks, accessible from anywhere with an Internet connection. Prerequisite:  Microsoft Office 365 OneDrive
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The goal of this class is to increase your capacity to create quality assessments using the Classroom Performance System (CPS). Each week you will create a specific type of assessment, formative or summative, using the CPS software. Each assessment should be one you can use in your own classroom, with your students. Assessments will be posted on our PUSD portal, building a bank for all teachers to share.
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This 15-hour course is to be completed by teachers who want to allow students to Bring Their Own Devices (BYOD) for use in classroom activities. In this course you will be provided with information and resources that will help you develop a successful Student BYOD program. 
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This is an online professional learning opportunity designed to support teachers with implementing Educational Technology Standards across the curriculum and to assist them in effectively leveraging technology to increase student achievement.
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Welcome to AZ Teach 21! This is an online professional learning opportunity designed to support Arizona K-12 teachers with implementing the 2009 Arizona Educational Technology Standards across the curriculum, and to assist them in effectively leveraging technology to increase student achievement. 
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In this class participants will learn the importance of computational thinking in our digital age and be provided with strategies for teaching students to improve their computational thinking skills. participants will be given information that will guide them in integrating computational thinking tasks into their daily lessons.
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This online course will provide participants the instructional skills needed to help their students master the "4 C's", creativity, critical thinking, communication and collaboration in order to prepare them to be successful 21st Century citizens. Analyzing the research and hands-on exploration of a variety of technology tools will make the integration of the 4 C's seamless into daily lessons.
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In this course teachers will learn how to identify, create and deliver effective interactive lessons. To facilitate creation of interactive lessons, teachers will learn to use available technology to create their own interactive lessons. All coursework will be completed online.   
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This course is designed to provide administration, coaches and lead teachers with the skills needed to enhance their PLCs through the application of technology. Participants will be introduced to communication and collaboration tools, which can be found in Moodle and Edmodo and video conference software. Technology tools addressed will provide participants with the skills needed to remotely host PLC meetings, in synchronous and asynchronous time.  IMPORTANT:  This course is designed to model the hybrid format suggested for your PLC sessions.  As such, it will include asynchronies and synchronies online sessions, as well as in-person sessions.
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During this online course participants will be presented with PUSD’s acceptable use procedures for iPad devices used with students and as a personal staff device.  This class will also cover iPad basic use and settings.  Completion of this course is required by district administration for all staff who will be using a staff or student use device.  This course is designed to be an introductory course and a pre-requisite to the Teaching with iPads online class and other subsequent iPad courses and workshops.  Credit: 3 Recertification Hours (cannot be taken for bank hours) IMPORTANT: You must complete no more than 14 days after you have received your iPad.  If you do not complete this course within this time, you will lose your privilege of using the devices(s), until you have completed this course.
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Edmodo is a safe and secure social media tool that is available for use with your students and parents and as a teacher collaboration tool.  Participants in this online course will be presented with directions on how to use Edmodo and strategies for integrating this secure social media tool.  Prerequisite: None
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If a picture is worth a thousand words, what is the value of 10, 20, 30 or more pictures that pan, zoom, and fade? What is the value of those pictures when they are combined with music and your student's voice? Priceless perhaps? In this course you will learn to combine the power of digital media, royalty free music, and voice narration to create compelling and unforgettable digital stories. Then we'll take it a step further and learn how to embed these tools into your day-to-day instructional methods.
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In this class participants will explore strategies for using SMART Tools to design and incorporate engaging activities into their lessons.  SMART Tools addressed will include, SMART Notebook, SMART Capture Toolbar, SMART Recorder, SMART Video Player and more!  Focus will be on using the SMART Tools to create engaging lessons that foster active student participation.  Note: Access to a SMART Board is not required. 
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 In this 3 section course participants will learn to apply Microsoft Excel formatting features to create professional looking worksheets.  Prerequisite: None for the Level I course.
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This training will give you an introduction to Teams, one of many technology tools that can help enrich your classroom instruction. Since Teams has so many features, this course will focus on the basics. Although this is an online course, you will have a trainer available during the scheduled workshop time. If at any time you have difficulty completing a task, or need more clarification, click the "Ask a Question Via Skype" link, which will be visible on the Navigation menu once you start the lessons.   
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In this 3 section course participants will learn to apply Microsoft Word formatting features to create professional looking documents.  Prerequisite: Office Suite Basics class or a working knowledge of Office basic skills. NOTE: You may enroll in one  or all three sections for this course.  Participants will earh 15 hours for each section completed.  Contact the course instruction for enrollment dates and directions on enrolling.
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