Crossroads of History
Crossroads of History: Using primary sources and social justice standards to correct course on equity and inclusion. This course will facilitate a careful, reversed chronological examination of social justice and civil rights incidents in U.S. history that mirror each other over time. The goal of the Crossroads of History project is to provide entry points for those involved in education in and outside of formal classroom settings to use primary sources and social justice standards to conduct meaningful dialog, learn and develop historical inquires, and inspire informed actions that give voice to marginalized communities.
Digital Literacy Series - Microsoft
In this course you will receive all SIX modules for Digital Literacy. Digital skills can play a powerful role in helping people connect, learn, engage with their community, and create more promising futures. This course can help individuals gain the digital skills necessary to engage in a digital economy and improve livelihoods.
How to Create a Virtual Classroom w/Google Slides - 1.5 hrs
This course will show you how to create an inviting and engaging environment for your students whether they are with you face-to-face or joining your classroom virtually. Let your personality shine through using a Google Slide Classroom template.
Exploring Google Sites - 3hr
Google Sites is a website builder that has a user friendly interface and is seamlessly linked with Google Drive and many Google apps. If you need to build a classroom website, create an information hub, build student portfolios, create breakout rooms, and more then Google Sites is your all-purpose tool. Sites is a website builder that not only seamlessly integrates with all Google Apps, but allows you to incorporate outside resources as well. In this course, you’ll learn more about exactly what Sites is and about how Google Sites can be used to build dynamic and interactive websites for a variety of purposes.