Professional Presentations

Full List of Presentations

Angood, T. (2020). Getting started with Google Classroom, Webinar Professional Development for Sweetwater Union High School District Distance Learning, April, 2020

Angood, T. (2020). Using Google Forms as an Assessment Tool, Webinar Professional Development for Sweetwater Union High School District Distance Learning, April, 2020

Angood, T. (2020). Creating an Assignment in Google Classroom, Webinar Professional Development for Sweetwater Union High School District Distance Learning, April, 2020

Angood, T., Hernandez, R.A., Schult, N. (2019). Using Technology to Support Organization and Presentation of Research , San Diego County Office of Education History- Social Science Conference: From Inquiry to Action, February, 2019, San Diego, CA

Angood, T. (2018). AVID Writing Strategies with a Tech Twist, Eastlake High School Titan Institute, August, 2018, Chula Vista, CA

Angood, T. (2018). Digital Scavenger Hunt – Get Your Kids Out Of the Classroom and Explore!, Eastlake High School Titan Institute, November, 2018, Chula Vista, CA

Angood, T. (2017). (In)Formal Assessments: Low Tech to High Tech, San Diego Computer Using Educators (CUE) Conferences, April, 2017, San Diego, CA

Angood, T. (2017). Using Schoology As Your Digital Classroom: Flip Your Class and Use Technology to Better Assess and Make Your Life Easier, Magnolia Public Schools Practitioner’s Symposium, October, 2015, Bell, CA

Angood, T. (2010). Google Sites: Bridging the Communication between Parents and the Classroom, Accord Institute for Education Research Conference, August, 2010, Anaheim, CA

Angood, T. (2010). Google Docs: Collaborative Learning and Teaching, Accord Institute for Education Research Conference, August, 2010, Anaheim, CA

Below you will find video and slide presentations given as listed above. To see more, please head here.

Using Google Forms As An Assessment Tool

AVID Writing Strategies with a Tech Twist

(In)Formal Assessments: Low Tech to High Tech

Mini-EdCamp: Titan Institute

With support the campus curriculum specialists, a mini EdCamp model of professional development was implemented. Teachers were asked to submit topics or questions that they would like to have collegial discussions with. The curriculum specialists reviewed the submissions and created rooms with general topics for which discussions could take place amongst interested staff members. The organization and documentation of that mini-EdCamp can be found here.

Flipped Classroom or Expanding Your Technology Toolbox