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Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps
Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps
Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps
Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps
Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps
Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps
Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps
Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps
Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps
Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps
Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps
Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps
Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps
Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps
Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps
Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps
Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps
Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps
Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps
Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps
Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps
Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps
Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps
Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps
Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps
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Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps

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Did you know NC State instructors have access to many powerful productivity tools in the Google Apps suite? This hands-on session will guide you through the use of the more common Google Apps tools, …

Did you know NC State instructors have access to many powerful productivity tools in the Google Apps suite? This hands-on session will guide you through the use of the more common Google Apps tools, focused on fostering engagement, creativity and collaboration for teaching and learning. Join us as we navigate through Docs, Forms, Hangouts and Slides, and explore how they can be used in group work.

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  • 1. WELCOME! WE WILL BEGIN SOON ☺ Create, Share and Communicate with Google Apps
  • 2. TODAY’S SESSION WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION Did you know NC State instructors have access to many powerful productivity tools in the Google Apps suite? This hands-on session will guide you through the use of the more common Google Apps tools, focused on fostering engagement, creativity and collaboration for teaching and learning. Join us as we navigate through Docs, Forms, Hangouts and Slides, and explore how they can be used in group work. Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps Marc Gracieux Allie Giro
  • 3. Workshop Objectives Collaborate II: Advanced Techniques for Student EngagementCreate, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps Upon completion of this session, you will: ● Understand how Google Drive works and how to use it. ● Understand how to apply various Google Apps in a class and general education environment. ● Be able to create and share forms, documents, and slides through Google Apps. ● Understand how Google Apps will enhance collaboration both inside and outside the classroom. ● Understand how Google Apps increases productivity.
  • 4. Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps Core Apps fully supported at NC State (& integrated w/ Unity accounts Accessible anywhere from a central location (google.ncsu.edu) Interoperability of the applications + web features Permissions control (share with who you want, when you want, how you want) Extensive collaboration capabilities (shared viewing, editing, commenting) Revision history (excellent for group work)Autosave feature & 30GB storage Advantages
  • 5. Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps Disadvantages Serious problems if one shares legally confidential data. Be careful and learn more No ability to restrict access to specific R&R class rosters (security through obscurity) Without good organizational & naming schemes, you can become easily overwhelmed with content There are accessibility issues with many of the Google Apps (in contrast to MS Office) Consumer apps: can enable and allow you to use with your NCSU account, but license is between you+Google Need to be careful setting up permissions Google constantly updates their application suite (moving target)
  • 6. Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps Docs Forms Slides Hangouts Google DriveGoogle Drive
  • 7. Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps Google DriveGoogle Drive Main “hub” for collection folders and files (Docs, Slides, Forms and other Google Apps) 1. Create 2. Access 3. Share 4. Store
  • 8. Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps Uses in Teaching Now it’s your turn! (Google Docs Activity) Google Docs
  • 9. Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps Uses in Teaching Can you think of a few meaningful ways to implement Google Docs in your class to increase efficiency, collaboration and engagement? Pause and Reflect!
  • 10. Uses in Teaching 1. Creating Presence in Class (face-to-face or online) 2. Writing Lab Report with Partner: Create your own template - Example (Google Drive) 3. Homework / Short Story Writing Collaboration 4. Study Guide Collaboration - Assign different note takers for certain days or weeks to create a study guide and share with you class 5. Creating a Classroom “Bill of Rights” (template) 6. Keeping a journal / reading response 7. Error Correction - Critical Thinking Moodle – Effective Design StrategiesCreate, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps Google Docs
  • 11. Moodle – Effective Design Strategies Google Slides Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps Uses in Teaching... ● Creating study tools (flash cards, quiz cards) ● Collaborative group project presentations ● Group pre-tests or assessments
  • 12. Moodle – Effective Design Strategies Google Slides Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps ● Create and edit a presentation ● Insert images and videos into a presentation ● Use the chat and comment tools for collaboration work and feedback We’ll cover how to...
  • 13. Moodle – Effective Design StrategiesCreate, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps Instructions: Match the artist to the appropriate painting. Google Slides Google Slides Kandinsky Van Gogh Dali Masaccio Monet Seurat Lavergne Conrad Picasso
  • 14. Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps Uses in Teaching Now it’s your turn! (Slides Activity) Google Slides
  • 15. Moodle – Effective Design Strategies Google Slides Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps Real Examples and Resources... 1. Creating Collaborative (Snow in Six Words) 2. Project presentations by students (File > Publish to the Web) 3. Storyboard a video shoot / animation / other 4. Textual Analysis of Writing: actual document; published 5. Quiz Cards: a. Webpage instructions and example - creating flashcards b. Student quiz card’s from vocabulary card - (YTV) c. Instructor generated self-quizzing: Identifying the Parts of a Plant 6. 5 ideas for Using Google Slides with students
  • 16. Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps Uses in Teaching ➔ Are you using Google Slides? ◆ If so, how are you using them? ◆ What’s worked or hasn’t worked? Pause and Reflect!
  • 17. Moodle – Effective Design Strategies Google Forms Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps Uses in Teaching... ● Sending a survey ● Administering a quiz ● Collecting peer and self assessment data ● Tracking assignments or just gathering information in an easy, streamlined way
  • 18. Moodle – Effective Design Strategies Google Forms Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps A Visual Arts Assessment
  • 19. Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps Uses in Teaching ● Are you using Google Forms? ○ If so, how are you using them? ○ What’s worked or hasn’t worked? Pause and Reflect!
  • 20. Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps Google DriveGoogle Hangouts Overview ● A consumer app; requires a Google+ account ● Components ○ social media (Facebook-like) ○ text chat & video calls ○ photo sharing ● Hangouts ○ Group hangouts with up to 100 people (sending messages, docs, etc) ○ Video calls allow 15 participants max (requires a plugin) ■ Can be created on the fly or scheduled in advance ■ Can be locked down or made public ○ Main pros & cons ■ very easy to set up; student driven; Gcal integration; mobile support ■ accessibility issues; 15 person limit on video calls; no facilitator controls Great Tutorial: http://www.wikihow.com/Use-Google%2B-Hangouts *
  • 21. Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps Google DriveGoogle Hangouts Video calls ● Default Capabilities ○ Audio & video ○ Text chat ○ Display your screen ○ Capture images ○ Share YouTube videos ● Excellent add-on ○ Google Drive: allows everyone in the call to work on the same document together ○ Others?
  • 22. Moodle – Effective Design Strategies Google Hangouts Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps Uses in Teaching... ● Office Hours ● 1-on-1 tutoring ● Study groups ● Online seminars ● Guest Speakers Tips for using G+ Hangouts 50 ideas for using G+ Hangouts
  • 23. Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps Google DriveGoogle Hangouts From Google calendar ● Can choose a ‘video call’ for your location ● Good option when you have a pre-set meeting time with specific people involved ○ Can make them recurring, weekly office hours for example (same URL will work) ● Examples: 1-on-1 meetings; tutoring sessions with students; exam reviews From your contact list (in Gmail, Google+) ● Great for impromptu discussions/meetings ● Can also plan ahead (“Be online tonight at 9pm!”) ● Easy option for students doing group meetings/study sessions Additional notes ● You can also create hangout “Parties” and set up Events (posted to Google+) ● You can make hangouts public and also invite non NCSU people to participate ● If you open hangouts to non-NCSU people, the max callers is reduced from 15 to 10
  • 24. Create, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps Google DriveGoogle Hangouts Join now!
  • 25. Moodle – Effective Design StrategiesCreate, Share, and Communicate with Google Apps 1. Provided an overview of our Google Apps and outline the pros/cons 2. Demonstrated the basic features (& showed examples) of the following Google Apps a. Drive i. Documents ii. Slides iii. Forms b. Google+ Hangouts 3. Offered hands-on practice through guided exercises Next: Fill out our workshop evaluation! What we covered

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