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The Spring Midwest Summit is a two-day, hands-on conference focusing on integrating Google for Education in K-12 and Higher Ed learning environments. All presentations will be from Google for Education Certified Innovators and Certified Trainers, and local Googley talent!

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Monday, March 14 • 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Google Drawings: Teaching Text Structures with Graphic Organizers

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Participants will learn to use Google Drawings while creating graphic organizers to help their students to understand text structures in non-fiction text such as: sequence, description, compare-contrast, cause-effect, and problem solvingclaim,evidence,reasoning. Subordinate graphic organizers will be created within a superordinate graphic organizer.

The understanding of text structures through the use of graphic organizers will help students to cite textual evidence to support analysis of what the text says and to use valid reasoning and relevant and sufficient evidence to support claims in their writing.

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Tina Sabatello

Chemistry Teacher, Maine East Township High School
Tina Sabatello has been teaching chemistry at Maine East High School in Park Ridge, IL since 1992. She also has taught at the community college level, served as an SAT II Chemistry Test Developer and published a study guide for AP Chemistry. A recent online publication for AACT showcases the use of Google Drawings in representing the particulate view of matter. As a Google for Education Certified Trainer, she enjoys sharing her enthusiasm for... Read More →


Monday March 14, 2016 1:30pm - 2:30pm
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