Oscar Navarro is a Los Angeles native who currently manages the educational technology and is the technology teacher for Notre Dame Academy in West LA. Entering his seventh year at NDA, he oversees the professional development in technology for both faculty and students. In teaching, he promotes technological creations through coding, programming, podcasting, and broadcasting lessons & projects.
Oscar has his master’s degree in educational technology from Long Beach State University, his clear credential from Mount St. Mary’s University, and his technology integration specialist certification from Loyola Marymount University, where he took part in its first cohort. He will also be co-teaching the LMU certification program for the 2017-2018 school year. He enjoys traveling (which led him to once teach in South Korea), reading novels, and running in races as he ran his first full marathon earlier this year.
Google Classroom & G Suite: What are the possibilities?
Skill Level: Beginner/Intermediate
Audience: Teachers Grades 3-12, School Support Staff
Educators will take part in the Google Classroom experience as they are able to see its full use at a school site with exemplars of possibilities. Attendees will leave with the resources to initiate G Suite and Google Classroom at a school site and begin setting up their classrooms and activities to both engage students and make teacher workflow management more efficient.
Participants will be leaving with the groundwork to set up their school as a G Suite for Education school alongside being able to have the building blocks to initiate the great things Google Classroom and G Suite apps have to offer. Because of its device friendliness (iPads, Chromebooks, Macs, PCs, smartphones, etc.), educators can adapt learned skills for their own specific technology situations.