Google Certification Academy

Google Certification Academy

Become a Google Education Trainer – www.gEducator.com

Do you use Google tools in your classroom? Are you in charge of administering your Google Apps domain and supporting users? The Google Certification Academy is designed to help you become a certified Google Educator by providing advanced training as well as supporting you during the certification process. Learn practical tips for working with students, training teachers, and using Google Apps for Education in your school.

 The Google Certification Academy is an intermediate/advanced learning opportunity. Participants should be current Google Apps users comfortable with Gmail, Google Calendar, Drive, and Sites. Experience with Chromebooks is helpful, but not required. Teachers, technology integration specialists, technology directors, and administrators can all benefit from the training provided at the GCA. The academy will focus on advanced tips and tricks for the classroom and for training and supporting Google Apps Users. It is recommended that participants take the Google Web Academy “Online Basics Exam” (free) prior to the academy.

From Past Participants:

“Beyond my expectations! I am doing the opening day PD for my district staff training and have been assigned the Gmail portion so I am more than feeling I can do this!”

“I appreciated the “advanced” pace of the class. SO MUCH information that I can take into my classroom and back to my district right now.”

“Really, practical tips that will help me in my teaching, learning, and productivity.”

Note: The GCA is designed to help individuals through the process of becoming a Google Certified Trainer. Attending an academy is NOT required. This is NOT the Google Teacher Academy. Becoming certified will require additional work, including taking a series of five exams at a total cost of $75. Complete details are available here:  http://goo.gl/EE6fxe

Visit www.gEducator.com to learn more about the session topics, instructors, upcoming events, and more! 

 

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