Thursday, November 29 • 8:00am - 9:30am
Constructing Knowledge Using Google Tools

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Inquiry-based learning challenges the student to be an active participant in the learning process instead of a passive recipient of information. The inquiry process taps into student curiosity and passion. It requires students to construct knowledge and comes with an expectation that students will creatively communicate this new knowledge to an authentic audience. In this session, participants will explore how Google tools can be used to support inquiry-based learning. An important part of the knowledge construction process is organizing information gathered during the research process and curating this information in a way that is valuable to the student. There are also several Google tools that are excellent for allowing students to publicly display their new understanding of information. Finally, it's important that students exhibit the qualities of a responsible digital citizen when they gather information and when they publicly and creatively communicate their new knowledge, therefore, the session will cover some Google Tools for works cited and photo credits. (Presenter(s): Laurie Prewandowski, Technology Integration Specialist, Kearsarge Regional School District)

Thursday November 29, 2018 8:00am - 9:30am
Robert Frost

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