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google hangout presentation final
google hangout presentation final
google hangout presentation final
google hangout presentation final
google hangout presentation final
google hangout presentation final
google hangout presentation final
google hangout presentation final
google hangout presentation final
google hangout presentation final
google hangout presentation final
google hangout presentation final
google hangout presentation final
google hangout presentation final
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  • 1. Getting Connected with Google Hangouts
  • 2. Glen Harrison gharrison@dentonisd.org @coachglen44 Office: 940-369-2103  Denton High School , Denton ISD  Instructional Technology Specialist  Head Baseball Coach  Beginning 27th year as an educator/coach  13 years Business teacher  10 years Science teacher  M.Ed. Technology Leadership  Currently working on Doctorate in Education Leadership
  • 3. Objectives  Learn how to create a Google Hangout  Learn the features of the Hangout platform  Identify Hangouts as a tool for teaching  Learn about Hangouts On Air (HOA)
  • 4. What is it?  It is essentially a group live video chat done right…can have up to 10 participants (possible 15 on Google Apps)  Google+ platform and Hangouts were launched June 28, 2011  Cost: $585 million, 500 employees to build  Communication tool to collaborate with people
  • 5. What can Hangouts do?  Messaging (chat room IM)  Video Calls (1 person or 10…up to 15 with G+ Apps)  Hangouts On Air ( “Live Show”on YouTube or other site like Facebook, Edmodo that is also recorded for later viewing)
  • 6. How can I use it?  Meetings with colleagues or parents  Live video lectures  Flipped Classroom lecture w/ HOA  Virtual office hours  Demonstrate software  Collaborate on a Google document  Watch a YouTube video and discuss  Video announcement and share
  • 7. More ideas for the classroom  Read a story  Bring in an expert/guest speaker/author  Share from a Slideshare  Homework tutoring  Professional Development meeting  Work on a project together  Virtual pen pals  Global classroom discussions  Career Day with panelists  Attend other Hangouts (Google has a whole library of hangouts)  Extended discussion on a class topic  Subject-related hangouts  Conduct workshops and seminars
  • 8. How do I start?  Participants need Google+ account to participate in a Hangout  Age requirements for Google+ = 13 up  Hangouts On Air participants = 18 up Anyone can watch a HOA broadcast  All you need is a computer with sound, web cam, and the Internet Hangout also on iPad, iPhone or Android
  • 9. Let’s go create a Hangout!
  • 10. Thank you !

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