Posted Wednesday, May 25, 2016
It was a day of innovative professional development for a team of 13 Loveland teachers from Loveland High School, Loveland Middle School, Loveland Intermediate School and Loveland Elementary School, and the district’s innovative instructional coaches. The team spent two days this May at the Google Apps for Education Summit hosted at The Ohio State University.
“This innovative conference focuses its sessions on teaching strategies that utilize Google Apps for Education tools to enhance the learning process and engage all student learners,” said David Knapp, district director of technology. “With sessions geared across all content areas and grade levels, our teachers are able to collaborate with each other and with other educators from across the state, while taking new ideas and lessons back to their classroom to share with their students.”
Photo caption: Back Row (L to R): Kristen Rigby, Catie Rudisell, Kristi Swartz, Heidi Bally, Toni Lindblade, Karen Clary; Front Row (L to R): Louise Jordan, Jen Kirby