San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The summit is focused on helping you get the most out of Google Apps for Education in both 'K-12'
and 'Higher Education' environments. The summit is packed with sessions lead by some of the
worlds leading Google education experts including Google Certified Teachers, Google Education
trainers and Certified Google Apps Administrators.
You have multiple sessions to choose from to match your learning goals, including sessions at ‘beginner’, ‘intermediate’ and ‘advanced’ levels. This high intensity two day event focuses on deploying, integrating, and using Google Apps for Education and other Google Tools to promote student learning and collaboration. We guarantee you will leave the summit with knowledge you can take away to your school and start using straight away.
Summits include keynote presentations and two full days of informative breakouts, cutting-edge
demonstrations, and hands-on workshops led by leading Google Education professionals. We have
lots of fun activities as well including the always popular ‘demo slam’ competition, where attendees
share quick two minute demos of something they have learned at the summit….with great prizes!
In addition we will have a dedicated area open ‘non stop’ where you can drop in to try out Google
glass, Chromebooks and Android devices with ‘Google play for Education’.
The optional one day ‘Google Educator’ Certification Course helps equip you to gain this globally recognised qualification and to become a key member of the global Google Education community.
When & Where
AppsEvents organize Google in Education Summits worldwide in partnership with the ‘Google in Education’ team
We are a global team, with members located in Asia, the US and Europe and we are a mix of practicing educators and Education Technology specialists. All of our team are Google Education trainers and/or Google Certified Teachers and many are Apple Distinguished Educators.
We all share a commitment to a vision of cloud computing, and Google technologies in particular, to help schools run more efficiently, to assist individual educators better perform their work, and most importantly to prepare students for today's changing tech landscape.