Paula Baucom has been an educator for the past seventeen years. In her current position, she teaches sixth and seventh grade math and science at a middle school near Sacramento, California. She has a BS degree in Biopsychology (study of brain and behavior) from the University of California, Santa Barbara and multiple subject teaching credentials from Chapman University with additional endorsements in computer technology, general science and CLAD. She received her Master's Degree from Sacramento State University in education with a focus on curriculum, instruction, and technology. Paula has a husband and three children. Her hobbies include running, computers and reading. Paula also enjoys being a student and trying to take a "just for fun" class every year.
It doesn't matter if you are new to the teaching profession or a seasoned veteran, trying to determine and support the diverse needs of your students can be overwhelming. The good news is that it does not have to be, as it is possible to address a multitude of learning needs using some of the strategies outlined in this course. October 1, 2021 to October 1, 2024
Do you use many of the apps in Google Workspace for Education? Do you wish you knew how to use Google apps to improve teaching and learning? This online course is designed to help teachers master the Google apps that are part of Google Workspace for Education, as well as some others. You will learn the basics of the apps as well as how to integrate them into your classroom and curriculum.October 1, 2021 to October 1, 2024
This online course is designed to help K-12 teachers increase student engagement in the classroom by utilizing popular educational technology tools. Teachers will be introduced to the basics of fifteen effective and engaging educational technology tools and learn how each of them can be used to amplify learning. October 1, 2021 to October 1, 2024
In this course, teachers will learn how to use all the features of Google Classroom to enhance their teaching. Strategies for using the announcement, question, and assignment options to enhance the learning process will be emphasized as teachers move toward a paperless classroom. Teachers will also learn how to effectively use all of the quiz options.October 1, 2021 to October 1, 2024