name for registration information.
Sessions will provide an introduction to the operation of Aeries Eagle Student Information System Software based on a course curriculum designed to develop a level of knowledge to support successful use of Aeries by all users.
Course A Topics: Aeries.net Overview, Class Scheduling, Classes & Enrolling Students, and Discipline & Intervention
Course B Topics: Daily Attendance, Supplemental Attendance, Grade Reporting, and Course History & Transcripts
DSE: Teacher Portal, Supplemental Attendance & Discipline - Course to be completed by DSE teachers and paraeducators.
DSP: Teacher Portal & Supplemental Attendance - Course to be completed by DSP teachers and paraeducators.
Additional courses may be provided to meet specific training needs of staff who perform crucial support functions in their division or PAU.
Join eLibrary Services for a FREE hands-on workshop on borrowing eBooks from our eLS eBook Collections. Los Angeles County educators and LACOE employees who take this workshop will learn how to check out and download FREE eBooks and audiobooks on their own mobile devices.
- Please bring a mobile device (iPad, iPhone or Android tablet or smartphone).
- Bring your eLibrary Services library card
- Your Apple ID for Apple devices or your gmail account information for Android
If you took Getting Started with Excel, then you're ready for this workshop! We continue on with skills such as workbook views, working with multiple worksheets and workbooks, security and sharing, and database features.
Are you new to Excel 2010? Wondering where all your menus and tool bars went? Join us as we explore the all-new user interface of Excel 2010 for the PC. This workshop is completely hands-on and project-based. Participants will begin by making a simple spreadsheet then learn how to format it, customize the layout, add formulas, and create charts and graphs. Participants will receive step-by-step handouts with pictures and directions. This class is designed for Level 1 to intermediate computer users and will have a relaxed, easy-to-follow pace.
Are you new to PowerPoint 2010? Join us as we explore the PowerPoint interface. This workshop is completely hands-on. Participants will begin by making a basic slide show then learn how to format it, customize the layout, add images, and create Word Art and tables. Slide Show elements such as transitions, animations, and timings will be covered. This class is designed for the Level 1 user and will have a relaxed, easy-to-follow pace.
Google Drive is a web-based productivity tools that can be used to create and share information with colleagues, business associates, project collaborators or anyone on your development team. The focus of the workshop will be on exploring how to use Google Documents, Spreadsheets, Presentations and Forms to design, collaborate, write, analyze, present, create forms and manage a wealth of information in an online environment. The tools work interchangeably with Microsoft Office tools and include a chat feature that allows users to collaborate in real-time.
Have you heard about Google's online tools? Have you ever wondered how to use them with your students as part of your curriculum? This class will give you a great introduction to Google's tools including Docs, Forms, Presentations, Maps, and Earth. Learn how to take a Google Lit Trip, create quick formative assessments, teach your students how to collaborate on projects, and so much more. We will focus on how Google's Tools can help any teacher address the Common Core and Project-based Learning. This presentation is geared toward beginning users of Google's tools.
Introduction to Google Sites. Learn how to create your own website using Google Sites. You will need a free Google account to participate in this session.
Join Instructional Technology Outreach staff in a two-hour hands-on demonstration for the iPad.Teachers who take this workshop can use it as an opportunity to model best practices in adopting new technologies. It can provide increased connectivity and just in time access in the classroom. We will show you tools and applications to help you deliver instruction and engage your students. The iPad also has the potential to make teaching and learning truly interactive.
Join us for a three hour hands-on workshop that explores a method for students to create, share, and comment on student created videos. We will look at creating a video on an iPad using iMovie, and then uploading it to Google Drive. From there, we will post those videos to an Edmodo group where you will be able to view and comment on your videos. Come to the session with a Google account and an Edmodo account. If you have an iPad that you’d like to use, make sure it has iMovie and Google Drive installed on it.
Leading Edge Administrator Certification was originally developed by the Alliance in 2011-2012 and recently modified to include the implementation of technology and Common Core Standards. LEC is the first national certification program of its kind, and is platform and vendor neutral. This course is designed to assist educational leaders in their quest to effectively use 21st Century tools for leadership, communication, collaboration, and management. The course focuses on site, district and regional administrators.
LEC Administrator will be offered four times during the 2014 - 2015 year (dependent upon enrollment).
Current course offerings:
Winter Cohort 2015: This winter the class is being offered as a six (6) week blended online course. There is one mandatory face-to-face meeting on the first day of class (Wednesday, January 21, 2015) . Time to complete the curriculum is estimated at 45-60 hours, including portfolio work, but will vary based on participants’ experience with the tools used. Participants will be awarded a Leading Edge Administrator Certificate upon course completion. *Please note that participants who have experience with online learning and technology may complete coursework in less than 8 weeks.
Spring Cohort 2015: This Spring the class is being offered as a eight (8) week blended online course. There is one mandatory face-to-face meeting on the first day of class (Wednesday, April 22, 2015).
Each week of the course there are new topics introduced that focuses on leadership in the 21st century introduced.
Topics by Week (based on 6 week course):
Week 1: Introduction and Online Course Navigation (Complete on Face to Face Meeting Day)
Week 1: Leading the Learning
Week 2: Millennial Learning Environments
Week 3: Infusing Innovation
Week 4: Data-Driven Systemic Improvement
Week 5: Digital Citizenship
Week 6: Elective Week – Common Core Standards, Online Learning, or Mobile Learning
Week 6: Final Reflection and Portfolio Completion
Topics by Week (based on 8 week course):
Week 1: Introduction and Online Course Navigation (Complete on Face to Face Meeting Day)
Week 2: Leading the Learning
Week 3: Millennial Learning Environments
Week 4: Infusing Innovation
Week 5: Data-Driven Systemic Improvement
Week 6: Digital Citizenship
Week 7: Elective Week – Common Core Standards, Online Learning, or Mobile Learning
Week 8: Final Reflection and Portfolio Completion
(For participants who require more time to complete a module(s) additional time can be allocated on an individual or small group basis.)
The Face to Face training will take place at :
Los Angeles County Office of Education
9300 Imperial Highway - Room 288
Downey, Ca. 90242.
Face to Face Training Logistics:
There is only one face to face meeting during the course.
The meeting will begin at 9:00am and end at 12:00pm.
During the face to face meeting Week 1 content will be completed
For more information or questions, please contact Michele Parga at 562-922-6316 or Parga_Michele@lacoe.edu
The course syllabus is available at : https://sites.google.com/site/lecfta/
To learn more about completion requirements, please visit: https://sites.google.com/site/lecfta/i/section-2/d
It's really amazing what you can do using the combined power of Word and Excel 2010. Use mailmerge features of Word and Excel to simplify and to shorten time for creating personalized letters, certificates, envelopes, and email to send out to large groups. Participants should have at least a basic knowledge of Word and Excel.
We are nearing the completion of the installation of Microsoft Perceptive Pixel (PPI) touch display units in 60 conference rooms and training spaces in the Education Center and Education Center West.
The PPI display will provide innovative and interactive presentation options. They were installed to modernize our conference rooms and training rooms and to provide a showcase for what can be used in classrooms.
The PPI devices are Windows 8, multi-touch enabled devices that allow using your fingers or a keyboard to interact or write on the screen. In addition you can connect and share your screen from a Windows or Macintosh laptop to the PPI display device. IPads can also connect but need a software app downloaded to the iPad before that is possible. The devices are setup with a standard software package.
The PPI project supports LACOE goals to implement 21st Century learning experiences and the organization-wide green initiative to reduce our use of paper.
You will, however be required to attend training before using the devices and getting support on them.
Visit the site and register for the training opportunity that best fits your schedule. All trainings will be from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon in EC 107 with the first date being July 17, 2014.
The training agenda will include:
· An overview of the new devices
· Basic introduction to navigating the User Interface
· Use of new applications
· WePresent™ connectivity for mobile devices and laptops
· Video conference capabilities
· Security guidelines
· Room reservations
· When to contact the Help Desk for support
We look forward to seeing how these audio visual improvements improve how we conduct our meetings and trainings and welcome any feedback you may have.
Microsoft Publisher 2010 helps you create, personalize, and share a wide range of professional-quality publications with ease. Get hands-on Microsoft Publisher 2010 experience in a three-hour workshop with eLibrary Services. Participants who take this workshop will learn:
- how to work with the MS Publisher toolbox
- how to generate and import text and graphics
- how to use the MS Publisher menus
- how to plan and create a flyer
Basic knowledge of Microsoft Word 2010.
Please note: There is no version of MS Publisher for the Mac; it is a PC program only.
With the introduction of the Common Core Standards comes opportunities and challenges to change the way teachers teach and students learn and it is critical that the administrator lead the way. These seminars will provide you with digital resources, tools and examples of best practices using the integration of technology that will be of assistance as you prepare to lead your school or district in the implementation of the Common Core.
These half-day morning seminars will take place once a month starting in February, 2015. Online resources focusing on the topic will be made available to participants following each session.
2015: Winter - Spring Seminars
February: Leading and Learning In A Digital World
March: Millennial Learning Environments - A Look At New Trends In Education
April: Communicating and Collaborating In The 21st Century
May: Technology In The Common Core
You can choose to attend any or all of the seminars. The seminars are priced individually at $45.00 per session.
Look for Summer Seminars to be announced in May!
Group rates are available if your School District signs up 20 or more Administrators
Target Audience: District Administrator, Site Administrator
- Participants who successfully complete the seminars by attending all face-to-face sessions and completing online work, will receive a certificate of completion.
- Space is limited to 25 participants per seminar.
Participants will engage in a hands on-thought-provoking session that focuses on how technology can be used to differentiate instruction in the K-12 environment. The Common Core State Standards (English Language Arts & Literacy) and ISTE Standards for Teachers will provide the focus for the class to work from. Web 2.0 tools that offer opportunities to differentiate instruction along with research based strategies using digital tools in teaching and learning will be presented. This class requires participants to have a working knowledge of computers. This session is designed for K–12 teachers, district level technology coordinators, curriculum specialists and pre-service teachers.
The session is offered as an AM Course (9:00 - 12:00pm) or as a PM Course (1:00 - 4:00). Please check to make sure you select the appropriate date of the workshop and the time you wish to attend. Each date is associated with one time offering.
The first part of the class will engage participants in viewing readily available Web 2.0 tools that can be of assistance when providing instruction to students as well as for student use as they gain needed knowledge and skills to be successful.
During the second part of the class facilitators will emulate a classroom process and guide the participants through the development of a digital media project.
This class is an introduction to Microsoft Word 2010. Participants will learn about basic Word functions and tools and will improve their personal technology skills.
- Navigate menus (ribbons)
- Create, edit and save a simple document
- Setup page layouts
- Edit text and font styles
- Print documents
- Create numbered and bulleted lists
- Access online resources and templates