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Jayme Johnson
Works at Village School
Attends California Lutheran University
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How could we use this to reimagine tech related professional development? Could this be leveraged to create individualized learning pathways for teachers?

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Applications open for June/July Google Teacher Academies

Applications are now open for the Google Teacher Academy in two locations in the US: Atlanta, GA on June 25-26 and Mountain View, CA on July 30-31. (http://goo.gl/LCqHQt)

We are looking for outstanding educators with a passion for using innovative technologies to empower others in their local community and beyond. 

Applications for both academies are due May 14, 2014 by 11:59 PDT. You will be able to rank your location preference. Applications for other GTAs will be released in the coming months. 

For more information visit: www.google.com/edu/gta

#googlect #gta #googleedu
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There's no excuse to not be continually learning, with great workshops like these going on! There is something for everyone.
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What if principals ran schools this way? How different would our schools be? "How Employers Can Create a Sustainable Culture of Empowerment" http://feedly.com/e/GzpEaegR
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For those interested in gamification or the art of play.
 
Serious Play Conference at USC this year!! Come join me http://seriousplayconference.com July 21-24th
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Learned something new tonight about GHO courtesy of +Alice Keeler and +Dave Mulder 
  Screen sharing is one reason I really like Google Hangouts on Air. A Google Hangout (GHO) is a video conferencing tool with some neat ways to integrate Google products and other add on's. A Googl...
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Google Education Trainers
Share your knowledge of Google tools with other educators by becoming a Google Education Trainer. Applications are now open and are due by May 16th for this review cycle. (http://goo.gl/x7ErTs).

We're looking for talented individuals that have a strong history of Google training in schools; engaging public speaking skills; and enthusiasm and passion for the role of technology in education. 

Visit for www.google.com/edu/training/certifications for application requirements and more information
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My go to when I go to Google Drive. 
  Today I had created a document brainstorming some ideas. I created this document in one of my folders. Coming home, I wanted to access the document quickly. Google Drive In Google Drive unde...
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Finally!
 
New today -- edit images right inside Google Slides and Drawings. Happy cropping, masking, and bordering! http://goo.gl/ic4v5k
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Docty likes a little Teacher Dashboard too. A quick demo of how to integrate your TD folders & rosters with Doctopus. +Andrew Stillman +Jack West  
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Jayme is passionate about learning and thinks all good ideas are meant to be shared. GCT, ISTE SIGETC leadership team member.
Introduction

Jayme Johnson decided she wanted to be a “computer teacher” at the ripe old age of 8.  After teaching in a second grade classroom for many years, she now holds her “dream job” as the Director of Academic Technology at an independent school in Southern California. In this position, she teaches technology to students pre-k through sixth grade, assists teachers with integrating technology into their existing curriculum, and develops and leads technology related staff development. Over the course of her career, some of the hats she has worn include ISTE SIGETC and SIGTC leadership team member, substitute teacher, English Language Development instructor, classroom teacher at a Title I school, math enrichment teacher, children’s theater director, and most importantly, mom to two fantastic children.

Jayme completed her undergraduate education and earned her teaching credential at California Lutheran University. She was a member Pepperdine University’s OMAET Cadre 4, where she earned her masters degree in Educational Technology. Jayme is currently a doctoral student studying K-12 Leadership.

Jayme has presented at a number of regional and international conferences including CUE, Fall CUE, ISTE, edcampOC, edcampLA, and CAIS.  She is also Google Apps Certified and is a Google Certified Teacher (GTAWA11).

Education
  • California Lutheran University
    EdD K-12 Leadership, present
  • California Lutheran University
    BA Liberal Arts, emphasis in English, 1996
  • Pepperdine University
    MA Educational Technology, 2002
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Director of Academic Technology
Employment
  • Village School
    Director of Academic Technology, 2003 - present
  • Burbank Unified School District - Joaquin Miller Elementary
    Teacher, grade 2, 1997 - 2003
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JaymeJ, Jayme Housh
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Steve Hargadon: Big Event Announcements: Learning About Learning, Reinve...
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Hang on to your hat--a flurry of event announcements: two big events coming up within just a few weeks that are going to be TERRIFIC; really

We Just Got iPads, Now What?
learninprogress.blogspot.com

Links are in blue Some of the teachers in my building just received iPads to share with their classes. They had the option to attend an iPad

Moving at the Speed of Creativity | Elementary STEM Idea Sharing (May 2013)
www.speedofcreativity.org

Here are some of the notes I took from the STEM curriculum and activities Felicia and Stephanie have done / are doing at the University of T