Teaching with Technology SeriesFacilitate Collaboration and Engage Students with Google AppsSondra Hamilton, WMS Instructional Technology SpecialistSyllabus 1. Introduction to Google Apps 2. Creating Presentations -Inserting text, images, drawings & video -Viewing presentations 3. Creating Docs -Embedding docs 4. Collaborating with Google Apps -Organizing and sharing docs -Adding commentsHomework assignment: Due April 27, 20111) Create a curriculum-based Google presentation with a minimum of 4 slides: Slide 1 Your name and teaching assignment Slide 2 Brief explanation of how you can use this presentation with students Slide 3 Add one or more images and text Slide 4 Embed a YouTube or GoogleVideo2) Share your completed project with me (firstname.lastname@example.org)Optional project assignment: Due April 29, 2011 1. Create a curriculum-based project in which you demonstrate your ability to create a collaborative activity for students using Google Apps 2. Design a doc or presentation, and invite student users 3. Send me a brief description of how you will use this project with students, and how it connects to your curriculum. Invite me to view the doc or presentation.In order to receive 1 in-service credit you must attend three, three-hour workshops for a total of 9 hours oftechnology professional development and complete the optional project assignment. Participants receive 1 PDPfor each hour of attendance at a workshop. In order for PDPs to be recognized by the state, a teacher musthave 10 PDPs on the same topic. This means that for recertification, to submit your PDPs for technology youmust have at least 10. PDPs from these workshops can be combined with PDPs from other technology coursesyou have taken to meet the 10 hour requirement.