If you're an educator who knows how to use Google tools in the classroom, getting a Google certification will prove your proficiency and you will earn a Google Certified Educator Level 1, Level 2, and Trainer badge.
Through our professional development courses that will be offered this fall, Jordan District teachers can work toward various Google Educator certifications.
If you want to do this on your own, you can do online training, get practice, and get certified at the Google for Education Online Training Center.
Are you retiring, transferring or resigning?
As you know, when leaving your school, you leave your iPad and laptop at the school. There are a few housekeeping issues you need to take care of on both the iPad and Mac Laptop before turning them back to your principal.
iPad, Apple TV, VGA ro HDMI Converter (aka iPad Kit)
These items teachers are part of the iPad kit that will need to be turned in.
1. iPad, power adapter, USB cable, cover
2. Apple TV, power cord, remote
3. VGA to HDMI converter, HDMI cable
iPad: Reset to factory settings*
*If you wish recover your iPad data in the future, you need to have an iCloud or iTunes up-to-date backup. If you do not wish to recover your iPad data in the future, you may simply erase all content and settings before turning in your iPad.
"Intervene in the moments that matter most" There is nothing wrong with your computer screen. Do not attempt to adjust the resolution. What you are about to see is real. You will soon experience the awe of 'formative everything'. We repeat, there is nothing wrong with your computer screen. Prepare to be dazzled:
Now a quick, easy way to create new Google documents by clicking on an extension in your Chrome browser bar.
Add the Google Docs Quick Create extension to your Chrome browser bar. When you want to create a new Google Doc, just click on the Google Docs Quick Create icon (it is the Google Drive icon) and click on a new doc, sheet, presentations, forms, or drawing.
Locate Google Docs Quick Create in the Chrome store or simply click on the link below: