Featuring G Suite for Education. Hosted by Stamford High School.
Bootcamp: Friday 15th September 2017 Summit: Saturday 16th - Sunday 17th September 2017
Stamford High School, Connecticut
Win a Chromebook! Thanks to our friends at
Acer, we're giving away a brand new Chromebook at this summit!
At the AppsEvents Stamford CT featuring Google for Education, we will be running a Google Certified Educator Level 1 Bootcamp, a pre-certification course PLUS two more days of concurrent workshop sessions that teach you pedagogical uses of the entire G Suite for Education.
G Suite (formerly Google Apps) evolves on a daily basis. Our trainers will provide you with the latest developments and updates which make each of our summits unique and helps you continue to develop your expertise. Our workshops are lead by practicing educators, certified trainers and others who are leaders in the Google for Education community.
Learn, connect and share at the AppsEvents Stamford CT Summit featuring Google for Education! All of the sessions at the summit include hands-on activities so that you can learn by doing rather than simply listening. You'll have the opportunity to share what you've learned by presenting a two minute 'demo slam' with the chance to win prizes. Aside from all the learning and sharing, summits offer a great opportunity for networking. Connect with fellow attendees at the networking party which takes place after the second day. There really is no substitute for meeting others in-person.
AppsEvents Summits and Bootcamps featuring Google for Education provide high quality professional development for teachers worldwide. You'll leave with ideas for your classroom that you can implement tomorrow!
"This was my first Google summit and I loved it! The energy and intelligence of the presenters I had was outstanding! Thank you!"
"Very inspiring and it seemed that you all were having a good time. All in all, maybe the best summit I've ever attended!"
"It was great experience. I especially enjoyed the opportunity to network (away from computers) with fellow educators!"