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Past Event

Creative Advantage Workshop: Teaching with Microsoft Teams

Sep 22 2020

Seattle Art Museum


NOON – 1:30 PM

Introductory Workshop

This beginners professional development workshop is focused on using Microsoft Teams for classroom set up. It includes how to manage your day-to-day focus with students on information, breaking up classroom time with resources and activities, managing student work and testing, one-on-one communication and how to include specific add-ons into the class experience.


Information is geared to instructors who are new to Teams for setting up an online classroom for K-12. At the end of the session there will be time to answer specific questions from participants.

Workshop is limited to 20 participants but will be recorded and shared out after. 1 Washington State Clock HR available on request.

About the facilitator
Gabriel-Bello Díaz is the Youth and Teen Program Manager at Pratt Fine Arts Center and has spent over eight years designing curriculum for STEAM education for public schools and community programming. He was a previous educator in Federal Way Public School for 6-12 grade CTE engineering, while providing students with connections to resources in the city for academic and employment opportunities. His methods within PBL (Project Based Learning) have created dynamic classrooms where students have become entrepreneurs in building tiny homes for our homeless population in Seattle. Recently, he managed over a dozen instructors to become successful for this immediate need in online learning. This included Zoom, Microsoft Teams, and Google Classroom mixed with the variety of plugins for each to make these classes beyond just face-time learning.

Free with registration required.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.