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Utilizing Google Drive to Distribute and Receive Assignments (4T Webinar) Utilizing Google Drive to Distribute and Receive Assignments (4T Webinar) Presentation Transcript

  • Utilizing Google Drive to Distribute and Receive Assignments How are you utilizing Google Drive to distribute and receive assignments? Important: You will need a Google account for this session. Share your response by going to: http://steinman.me/4tquestion
  • Access this presentation and more by going to: steinman.me/4t2014 Utilizing Google Drive to Distribute and Receive Assignments Moderator Stephanie Wooten
 UM Graduate Student at School of Information Presenter Andrew Steinman
 Educational Technology Consultant at Kent ISD #4t2014
  • swooten@umich.edu @stephrwooten ‣ Instructional Technology Researcher in USE Lab ‣ UM Graduate Student at School of Information ‣ Geek Girl Extraordinaire About the Moderator: Stephanie Wooten
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  • ‣ Please log in with your FULL NAME ‣ Stay the entire 60 minutes ‣ Make sure you have read all the information on the SCECH’s page on the 4T Website ‣ Complete the evaluation at the end of this session (Link will be posted in chat room and is on the Schedule on the 4T Website). SCECH Information
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  • ‣ Emoticons ‣ Raise Hand ‣ Polling Tool ‣ Chat Room ‣ Whiteboard Blackboard Collaborate Features
  • ‣Emoticons ‣ Raise Hand ‣ Polling Tool ‣ Chat Room ‣ Whiteboard Blackboard Collaborate Features
  • ‣ Emoticons ‣Raise Hand ‣ Polling Tool ‣ Chat Room ‣ Whiteboard Blackboard Collaborate Features
  • ‣ Emoticons ‣ Raise Hand ‣Polling Tool ‣ Chat Room ‣ Whiteboard Blackboard Collaborate Features
  • ‣ Emoticons ‣ Raise Hand ‣ Polling Tool ‣Chat Room ‣ Whiteboard Blackboard Collaborate Features
  • ‣ Emoticons ‣ Raise Hand ‣ Polling Tool ‣ Chat Room ‣Whiteboard Blackboard Collaborate Features Point to items
  • ‣What is your role in education? ‣ A. Student ‣ B.Teacher ‣ C.Administrator ‣ D. Other ‣ If “Other,” use chat to identify role Participant Poll
  • ‣How familiar are you with Google Drive? ‣ A. New User ‣ B. Unfamiliar ‣ C. Familiar ‣ D. Google Drive Guru Participant Poll
  • Utilizing Google Drive to Distribute and Receive Assignments Presenter Andrew Steinman
 Educational Technology Consultant at Kent ISD Moderator Stephanie Wooten
 UM Graduate Student at School of Information Access this presentation and more by going to: steinman.me/4t2014
  • andrew@steinman.me @steinman ‣ Educational Technology Consultant at Kent ISD ‣ MSU Graduate (x2) and MAET Instructor ‣ Amateur Cat Trainer About the Presenter:Andrew Steinman
  • ‣ Access anytime, anywhere, with any device ‣ Create a variety of documents and projects ‣ Easily share documents and files ‣ Collaborate in real-time ‣ Immediate feedback Google Drive Overview
  • ‣ Emphasis on Using Technology ‣ Appears 24 times in ELA standards ‣ Emphasis on Collaboration ‣ Appears 14 times in the ELA standards Linking to Common Core
  • Linking to SAMR
  • Linking to SAMR
  • ‣ Sharing assignments with students ‣ Submitting assignments to the teacher ‣ Managing due dates and times ‣ Organizing and finding student work Common Classroom Issues with Drive
  • ‣ In this session, we will explore: ‣ Setting up class folders ‣ Distributing Assignments ‣ Accepting Student Work ‣ Providing feedback on assignments ‣ Sharing Assignments with Parents Student Teacher Simplify Your Google Drive Workflow Parent
  • ‣ Teacher manually creates folders ‣ Students create their own folders ‣ Teacher utilizes Doctopus add-on to automagically create student folder Setting Up Class Folders
  • ‣ Teacher manually creates folders ‣ Students create their own folders ‣ Teacher utilizes Doctopus add-on to automagically create student folder Setting Up Class Folders
  • ‣ Create a new folder for this webinar in Google Drive and share it with Andrew Steinman (andrew@steinman.me) ‣ Use the “Creating a Shared Folder in Google Drive” document in the webinar folder to help Practice Time “Learn today, use tomorrow”
  • ‣ Organize student folders so you can easily find them, if needed Quick Tip: Organize Your Folders
  • ‣ Students create new documents from scratch ‣ Teacher makes assignment templates “view only” ‣ Students make a copies of teacher’s template ‣ Teacher utilizes Doctopus add-on to automagically distribute individual copies of assignments Distributing Assignments
  • ‣ Students create new documents from scratch ‣ Teacher makes assignment templates “view only” ‣ Students make a copies of teacher’s template ‣ Teacher utilizes Doctopus add-on to automagically distribute individual copies of assignments Distributing Assignments
  • ‣ Make a copy of the “Creating a Shared Folder in Google Drive” document ‣ Place your copy in your webinar folder that you created earlier ‣ Edit the copied document for your class(es) Practice Time “Learn today, use tomorrow”
  • ‣ Use the folder icon at the top of a document to organize it into one of more folders ‣ Hold command (Mac) or control (Windows) while clicking on folders to move your document to multiple folders Quick Tip: Moving Docs to Folders
  • ‣ Students share assignments individually ‣ Students place assignments to class folder ‣ Students submit assignments to your Gmail+ ‣ Teacher creates assignment submission form that students complete with each assignment Accepting Student Work
  • ‣ Students share assignments individually ‣ Students place assignments to class folder ‣ Students submit assignments to your Gmail+ ‣ Teacher creates assignment submission form that students complete with each assignment Accepting Student Work
  • ‣ Submit your copy of “Creating a Shared Folder in Google Drive” using the Assignment Submission Form here: ‣ http://steinman.me/submit Practice Time “Learn today, use tomorrow”
  • ‣ Use the filter button in the toolbar to help navigate through students’ submissions Quick Tip: Filters Are Your Friends
  • ‣ In-line text editing to leave feedback ‣ Use a different color font for feedback ‣ Utilize the built-in comment feature ‣ Do “advanced” commenting with Kaizena Providing Feedback on Assignments
  • ‣ In-line text editing to leave feedback ‣ Use a different color font for feedback ‣ Utilize the built-in comment feature ‣ Do “advanced” commenting with Kaizena Providing Feedback on Assignments
  • ‣ Open the “How will you utilize Google Drive to Distribute and Receive Assignments?” document in the webinar folder and share how you will use what you learned today in your own classroom. ‣ Comment on other participants’ responses using the comment button in the toolbar Practice Time “Learn today, use tomorrow”
  • ‣ Kaizena allows you to make voice comments and more! Quick Tip: Kaizena is Awesome!
  • ‣ Students share class folder with parents with view only privileges ‣ Alternatively, teacher could share the folder with parents ‣ Teacher utilizes FormEmailer script to automagically distribute assignments to parents ‣ Requires student work be shared with parents Sharing Assignments with Parents
  • ‣ What will you take back to your district after this session and how will it be used to improve the education of all students in your district? ‣ Share it out on Twitter using #SNOWW So Now What?
  • Questions ?
  • ‣ Mail icon from thenounproject.com/noun/mail/#icon-No91 ‣ Twitter Logo from http://twitter.com ‣ Who? from www.clker.com/cliparts/k/q/U/e/A/M/who-md.png ‣ Google Drive Icon and Screenshot from http://drive.google.com ‣ Angry ManYelling at Computer from static05.techinferno.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/computer- frustration.jpg ‣ Common Core Image from http://www.corestandards.org/ ‣ SAMR Image from http://cdno2.gettingsmart.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/SAMR_model.png ‣ Google Document Icon from https://cdn1.iconfinder.com/data/icons/metro-uinvert-dock/256/Doc_- _Google_Docs.png ‣ Google Form Icon from www.bvbf.org/BVBF13/BVBF-Survey_files/forms64.png ‣ Kaizena Logo from https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-fblAsj1cXn0/AAAAAAAAAAI/ AAAAAAAAAAA/CB16EnO-M1c/s600-c-k/photo.jpg ‣ TeenYelling at Parent from pactprevention.org/news/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/teen6.jpg Attributions Thanks for attending our session!
  • Access this presentation and more by going to: steinman.me/4t2014 Utilizing Google Drive to Distribute and Receive Assignments Moderator Stephanie Wooten
 UM Graduate Student at School of Information Presenter Andrew Steinman
 Educational Technology Consultant at Kent ISD #4t2014