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Curriculum Mapping with G Suite

Product code: PLS5317
Topics: Curriculum
Length: 30 min - 1 hr

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This webinar recording is part of the Spring 2017 ISTE Professional Learning Series. It aired on May 3, 2017 at 9 am Pacific, 12 pm Eastern.

Learn how to develop your own curriculum mapping site with the integrations of various Google Suite Apps, add-ons and ready-to-use scripts. We’ll focus on understanding the purpose of such a platform and how it promotes a vision of trust while developing a curriculum that is transparent, collaborative and flexible. You’ll be invited to join a community of users and gain access to infographics and videos to start developing your own curriculum mapping site.

Presented by the ISTE Young Educator Network.


Fanny Passeport

Bio: Fanny Passeport is from France and loves living in India. She is the whole-school Tech Coach at Mercedes-Benz International School in Pune, India. Fanny is a former graduate student in "ethno-ecology" and studied People-Tiger Conflict in Corbett Tiger Reserve (India) as well as the relationships between the "Bhotiya-Rongpa 'Tribe' and their environment in Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve" (India). Therefore, she teaches "Indigenous Knowledge System" (Theory of Knowledge) in her school. While studying ethno-ecology, Fanny enrolled in a correspondence course to learn about French Foreign Language Teaching Pedagogy. She taught English as a Second Language in France and then moved to India to teach French in international schools. She was first introduced to "Moodle" and slowly grew her interest in blended learning and technology integration. She became the "Tech-Savvy" colleague who helped others with technical glitches and started to read more about technology in the classroom. From a tool-centered approach, she started to develop an understanding of the impact and purpose of technology for learning. She became a Google Certified Innovator, Educator and Trainer as well as a Digital Citizenship Certified Educator (Common Sense Media) in 2014-15 and is now an engaged EdTech educator frequently presenting at local events in Asia: EdTechNext Bangalore (2015), EdTech Team Summit featuring Google Apps in Bombay (2014) and Hong Kong (2015), ASB Unplugged Conference in Bombay (February 2016) and forthcoming "Enovate Education Symposium" in Maldives (April 2016) She is passionate about design and moonshot thinking, change management and disruptive education. She continues to occasionally teach French as a Foreign Language using the 'Silent Way' (Caleb Gattegno). Fanny likes to share and collaborate online using social media, Google Hangouts On Air, YouTube and her own website: www.noborderslearning.com. She promotes a creative and positive use of technology, a vision which encompasses risk-taking and learners' voice, choice and agency in her school. She won the ISTE 2016 edtech coach and emerging leader awards.


Richard Anderson

Bio: Richard Anderson is the Director of Information Services at Washington International School and an Educational Collaborator. He became a Certified Google Education Trainer in 2011 and is passionate about using G Suite to improve workflows and encourage collaboration among all members of any given community. This is evident in his work on Curriculum Mapping with Google Apps, which now has a Google+ Community of more than 800 educators and is growing everyday. He has presented at annual conferences such as ECIS and NAIS on a variety of technology in education topics as well as summits featuring G Suite. In addition, he maintains a YouTube channel where he publishes how-to tutorials and shares his other passion – telling stories of learning via video documentation. He is particularly interested in Project Zero and how teachers have implemented visible thinking frameworks in their classroom to deepen student thinking. Most recently he made seven short films highlighting the educational value of the HP Sprout Pro. In 2014, he was nominated as a documentation fellow for the Future of Learning Summer institute held each year at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Richard has a B.A. from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities and a Master’s Degree in Library and Information Science from Dominican University. After completing his graduate degree, he spent two years in the Peace Corps serving as an education volunteer in Cameroon where he learned to speak French fluently. Richard is also a Microsoft Innovative Educator Trainer, Certified Alpha Squirrel, husband and father to three lovely boys.