How is your district preparing teachers for the possibility they may have to switch midstream from online and in class instruction this year should cases spike?
Will teachers have the time or the skills to prepare and teach both ways any given day?
Are you confident teachers can use their existing content with Google Classroom to present consistent and effective instruction to their students?
360PD teachers use the Google Classroom tools to effectively deliver their existing lessons and assessments, essential to student achievement.
Every teacher dreads one size fits all boring PD.
Unfortunately other’s PD is primarily rote, dry text while the Youtube experience is hit or miss more often lacking direction, quality and consistency.
Likewise, other companies miss the mark focusing mainly on point and click training, leaving the teacher to struggle on their own.
See it in Action!
How it Works
Teachers take short, engaging on-demand lessons with all the basics of Google Classroom but in the context of real lessons modeling best practices.
Novices may take it step by step while veterans may jump directly to a video on the specific topic they need to make tomorrow’s lesson equally engaging both in the classroom and on a screen.
Teachers consistently give 360PD five stars for courses that are fun, succinct and useful today as well as preparing them for Google Educator Certification.
Lots of great information!
This was a great review of the features of “going Google”, and I learned a lot of neat little tricks that I didn’t know before. This semester is going to be much more productive thanks to this training!
Time Well Spent
In the hustle bustle of teaching (& living), it was hard to make time for this training, but man, am I glad I did. These courses and step by step instructions will be instrumental in my teaching! Also, IF we are ever required to teach virtual again…this will be my life savior! Thanks to the team at AXIPD your exceptional work is appreciated.
The course was very simple to follow and provided an extensive amount of useful information.