Google Apps in the Classroom

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  1. 1. @zeitz
  2. 2. Institutional Individual
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  6. 6. Google Docs Google Forms Gmail Google Calendar Blogger InterestingApps
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  8. 8. Plan/Develop/Organize Instruction Present Subject Material Provide Resources for Students Collaborate with Colleagues Manage Student Conduct Communicate with Students/Colleagues/Admin Correct Assignments/Tests Collect & Manage Data
  9. 9. Attend to Instruction Learn the Content Collaborate with Colleagues Complete Homework/Tests Prepare for Class Discuss/Take Notes in Class/Online ManageTime Between Classes Communicate with Colleagues/Teachers
  10. 10. Collaborating (Google Docs) Writing/Sharing Resources (Blogger) Scheduling (Calendar) Collecting andAnalyzing Data (Google Forms) Communicating (Gmail)
  11. 11. Collaborative Notetaking
  12. 12. Group Work in Class chart
  13. 13. Meeting Agendas Developing Curriculum
  14. 14. Semester Schedules Annual Assessment
  15. 15. Blogs by Students Writers Journal Sharing student-generated research Exploring visual media (Vlog) Reflecting on newly-learned content Provide a showcase for creations Build a blogosphere where students react to students.
  16. 16. Blogs byTeachers Sharing cool and relevant resources. Provide a forum for the instructor. Create a public place where students can be published. Share research on topics of interest Model writing for students
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  18. 18. Identify: Your audience What data you need Your application for the data Necessary format for the data Final report form
  19. 19. Open Google Drive Create NEW form Enter title Enter questions Select template Create a response sheet Go to live form Enter answers Review response sheet
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  21. 21. ScheduleYour Appts ShareYour Appts Share Others Calendars Students Sign-Up for Appts
  22. 22. The computer isntTHETHING, it is the thing that gets you toTHETHING Joe tells Gordon:
  23. 23. If we teach today as we taught yesterday, we rob our children of tomorrow. John Dewey