Google Classroom as a Launchpad to Empower Authentic Learning Experiences that build Global Competence in World Languages and ELD Programs
June 17 - June 21
Capital World Language Project (CapWLP) is pleased to announce our Summer Institute 2019, “Google Classroom as a Launchpad to Empower Authentic Learning Experiences that build Global Competence in World Languages and ELD Programs”.
Our experienced team of presenters (Nicole Naditz, Karolyn Marinas, Lupe Rios, Meadow Pritchett, and Tovah Skiles) are designing learning experiences for you that include developing your awareness of concepts related to building global competence in your students and also how you can incorporate technology tools and platforms such as Google Classroom and Slides, Edji, Padlet, EdPuzzle and Flipgrid.
This 5-day (40 hour) program will take place at Sacramento State University, in the computer lab of the Department of World Languages and Literatures (Room 2000, Mariposa Hall). The $200.00 registration fee ($100.00 for Year 1 and 2 teachers) includes: all program materials, the ability to interact with presenters and other participants in professional dialogue, and continental breakfast and lunch daily. Participants who successfully complete the program will also have the opportunity to purchase 4 Continuing Education Units from Sacramento State University.
For more information about the program and to register, please use the link below: