Presentations and Keynotes


Google Certified Trainer, Google Certified Teacher,
Google Apps For Education Regional Leader - Eastern States
Available For Google Trainings
Topics for Entire School Districts or Faculties:
  1. Using Video Conferencing For Online Instruction - Google Meet, Zoom, WebEx
  2. Google Tools for Schools - And, They're Free
  3. Google Tools for WEB 2.0 Teaching
  4. Google Tools for Administrators and Supervisors
  5. Google Tools for Classroom Teachers
  6. Google Tools For Public and School Librarians
  7. Google Apps For Education (G Suite) - See How The Tools Work Together To Provide A Complete Learning Environment
  8. Google Apps For Education (G Suite) - A Safer Environment For Students
  9. Google Classroom - Create, Assign, Collect, and Grade Student Work In One Place, Paperlessly
  10. Transforming Learning With Google - Promote Empowered Teachers and Self-Directed Students
  11. Teaching WEB 2.0 - Use the Cloud and Social Networking Sites
  12. Best Practices - A Collection of Exemplary Integration Ideas for Classrooms K - 12
  13. 21st Century Learning with Technology - Leveraging WEB 2.0 Techniques
  14. Teaching with the Internet - Using the desktop, laptop, mobile devices, and the WEB
  15. Technology, Standards, and Learning - Pulling it All Together
  16. Technology Integration - Your Curriculum and Technology
  17. How Can I Address the New York State Learning Standards with IT?
  18. Technology Makes My Classroom Hum!
  19. Increasing Teacher Productivity with Technology - Some Great Ideas!
  20. Integration Ideas for Today's Digital Classrooms - The Changing Paradigm
  21. Ways Educators Are Using Technology to Create Powerful Environments for Digital Learning
  22. Addressing Learning Standards for Both Content Areas and Technology Skills
  23. Emerging Technologies and Their Uses in Education
  24. Using Technology to Meet the Diverse Needs of Learners
  25. Technologies That Support Standards Based Curriculum

The keynotes are designed to motivate teachers to use Information Technology, whether they have a "one computer classroom," or a lab full of student workstations. Audiences can see what teachers and students, across the country, are currently doing with technology. The presenter has collected examples from K-12 educators, which include several "best practices" that can be used as models for your school. The examples are applicable to any platform - Mac or PC. If districts are asking, "How should we be using technology in our school?" or "How can we address the New York State Learning Standards via technology?" or "Can technology be used for true integration?" or "How do teachers get started?" this presentation is for you. Educators can teach course content, use technology as a tool, address the Standards, foster critical thinking, and measure what students have learned. They don't have to reinvent the wheel. They can start with things they are already doing.

Additionally, the "Teacher Productivity" presentations show teachers all the ways they can be using computer technology to make them more productive, save time, do record keeping, create templates, publish newsletters, use spreadsheets and databases, create student handouts, and more. Computer technology can also be used to access resources on the WEB for teaching and learning, to connect students with online practice sites, to create teacher made materials, to increase home/school connections, etc. Imagine teacher created materials that are posted to classroom web pages for both students and parents to download and use, or imagine accessing sites on the WEB where teachers post daily assignments or dicuss upcoming field trips. And, picture classroom WEB pages, created by teachers and students that archive what is going on in the classroom.

Length of Presentations and Keynotes:

Presentations and keynotes can be anywhere from 1 to 3 hours in length, depending on your needs. Most keynotes are delivered on opening day sessions or on superintendents' conference days and are often part of "full day" staff development. Keynotes can be in the morning with training sessions in the afternoon.