Professional development like never before!
Presented by the gEducator team
Classroom Disrupt is an immersive 2-day experience in new instructional methods and ideas for technology using teachers. Participants will experience, discuss, and engage in new teaching methods and cutting edge tools designed to transform the classroom into a dynamic and engaging learning center.
“Classroom Disrupt is unlike other professional development experiences I have had because it focuses on ways to actually transform your teaching practices. You don’t just talk about it; you actually do it. I walked away from those two days with tons of collaborative and creative lesson ideas that I’ve actually used in my classroom.”
Arianne Frink, Psychology & English TeacherSaline High School
“I developed lesson ideas that I was able to use the first week I got back to the classroom. My elementary students love all the cool projects that I created.”
Mary Hankins, Technology / Fitness Teacher Emerson Elementary School
“Classroom Disrupt was excellent! Much different than expected; it disrupted “traditional” professional development. We explored lots of new tricks, tools, software but also had time to “play” with the examples. Don’t miss this.”
Gary Ebels, Professor Grand Valley State University
Every Classroom Disrupt participate will receive over $100 in classroom resources!
John Sowash is an experienced classroom teacher, former school administrator, author of The Chromebook Classroom, and founder of the Google Certification Academy. You can connect with John via his blog (electriceducator.com) or Twitter (@jrsowash).
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Classroom Disrupt – Grand Rapids, MI July 24-25, 2017
The Google Certification Academy is designed to help individuals become Google Educators. Attending an academy is NOT required. Certification requires additional work, including purchasing and passing an exam.. Complete details are available here.