Are you a current GoGuardian Teacher user but have questions about how to use the software and best practices? Come learn how to use advanced functions in GoGuardian Teacher so that you can regain instructional minutes. This workshop will quickly go over the basics of setting up a classroom and launching a session, then it will move into more advanced features with Scenes. Scenes allow teachers to limit where students are going online in order to keep them on-task. Research has shown that by using Scenes properly, teachers regain seven minutes of instructional time per hour. During this presentation, learn about the new features and products from GoGuardian, including the Parent App.
At the end of the session, participants will leave with step-by-step directions on how to create a personal scene for their individual classrooms. Two to three weeks after this webinar, the instructor will offer a follow-up session to answer questions that participants may have after trying to implement Scenes in their classroom.
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: December 4, 2019
|Audience||Current or prospective GoGuardian Teacher customers|
|Date||December 11, 2019|
|MassCUE Member Cost||Complimentary|
|Non-Member Cost||$40 for MassCUE Membership|
Kevin is a former Director of Technology who oversaw the largest 1:1 program in the state of Pennsylvania. As a thought leader in educational technology, he not only understands the needs of district-level administrators but also never forgets his years in the classroom. Kevin’s personal mission at GoGuardian is to ensure that all stakeholders are equipped with the tools necessary to keep students engaged, on-task, and safe online.
1) Quick Overview
- Set up a Classroom
- Scheduling and starting a Session
2) Creating Classroom Filters to Keep Students On Task
- What is a Scene?
- How to make a Scene
- Best practices with Scenes
- How to turn on a Scene
3) Troubleshooting connectivity issues
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