+ Using Google in the learning environment Google docs Google voice Google forms Google talk Google maps Google earth Gmail (more ….the list goes onstorage, less spam) Google search
+ Showcase one feature now: If you have a twitter account and are following #tmsydney you will now see a link that I have tweeted out. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dHNIRjdaeXlhODVS N3B4YjJSNzNhUFE6MQ#gid=0 Click on the link using either your SMART phones, tablets or laptops (no need to sign in, feel free to complete while listening, takes 1-2 mins)
+ Share, anyone with link (no log in required) THEN edit access, allow anyone to edit….
+ • For me to CREATE this form I require a google account which gives me access to Gmail, You tube account and other handy features like blogger. • Others who complete form do not require a google account to complete (no sign in required)
+ However…. If you would like to use other features eg google presentations as a collaborative exercise then participants DO require a google account/signing in… Just like a power point but can work on it anytime, anywhere..eg with group work (sick student at home or overseas projects)
+ Other advantage of signing in: If participants sign in you can view the REVISION HISTORY of the assignment. (who has contributed and when- great for group work to see balance of contributions…)
+ Google formsWhat is it?Basically thecollection andorganisation of information…How do I use it? Gather data –allergies, alternate emails, likes dislikes, previous schools, snapshot of learner, confidential info etc Pool ideas, can adapt, tests, quizzes, gather prior knowledge before starting a unit etc
+ Google form All responses submitted in spreadsheet form- the creator can access this ANYHWERE, anytime logged into a Google account Need Gmail account- easy, free, HUGE storage, google translate Need to sign in to create form but not to use ie I can send link to a student who opens form on a browser and wolla! Ready to go! Advantages? You tube, adding to other blog comments, ease, convenience, easy to spread via link (tweeted out just before lunch and received 13 responses world wide in less than 2 hours) No need to enter data, can see summary of responses, can see revision history and so on- have a play!
+ Google form Shows number of responses so far Shows summary of responses
+ Results screen Bring up Google form Check out results…. Handy way to pool how this resources is used so you now have a copy.. This what the spreadsheet form looks like: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AhTVOUr9eB38d HNIRjdaeXlhODVSN3B4YjJSNzNhUFE#gid=0
+Google presentation + spreadsheet Google presentation (like power point): If group work- eg drama scripts,health/nutrition projects, kids away can still work on at home if sick or travelling Google spreadsheet- Collaborate groups idea- eg year 9 study for RE test each team gathered best study notes and then pooled all results into spreadsheet to share.
+ Google maps Over7000 views staple foods and 29 responses – drop pins
+ Google docs Just like a word document but can share and edit. Updates instantaneously. Link info to assessments eg assignments, submission instructions, handy links etc Pinboard –another teachers (Simon) fab idea: QR code of all current assessments on a pinboard- can scan any time takes to a google doc You tube -> Flipped classroom-recipe on doc
+ Additional resources: http://www.freetech4teachers.com/2012/04/google-docs-for-teachers- free-ebook.html http://support.google.com/docs/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=49008 http://www.google.com/google-d-s/intl/en/tour1.html Keep learning, keep exploring and above all have fun! @7mrsjames
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