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This presentation was shown at the ICE Conference in February of 2013.

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    Google Docs and The Common Core Google Docs and The Common Core Presentation Transcript

    • Docs and the Common Core ICE 2013 Presented By: Mark Fijor Arlington Heights School District 25@newschooltech www.newschooltechnology.org
    • Google Apps for Education
    • What are Google Docs?The Ultimate Collaboration ToolAnytime, Anyplace learningPromotes Student IndependenceUnmatched Assessment Tool
    • TPACK & SAMRWhat does using Google Docs change? Why?
    • Common Core Anchor Standards
    • CCRA.W.6Use technology, including theInternet, to produce and publish writingand to interact and collaborate withothers.Embedded in each of the followingexamples.
    • CCRA.W.7Conduct short as well as more sustainedresearch projects based on focusedquestions, demonstrating understanding of thesubject under investigation.Student Research FormCompleted FormPresentation from Form
    • CCRA.W.1Write arguments to support claims in ananalysis of substantive topics or textsusing valid reasoning and relevant andsufficient evidence.Extended Response Writing
    • CCRA.R.2Determine central ideas or themes of atext and analyze their development;summarize the key supporting detailsand ideas.Main Idea Tree Graphic Organizer
    • CCRA.R.8Delineate and evaluate the argumentand specific claims in a text, includingthe validity of the reasoning as well asthe relevance and sufficiency of theevidence.Close Reading Activity
    • CCRA.L.6Acquire and use accurately a range of general academic anddomain-specific words and phrases sufficient forreading, writing, speaking, and listening at the college andcareer readiness level; demonstrate independence in gatheringvocabulary knowledge when encountering an unknown termimportant to comprehension or expression.Multimodal GlossaryVocabulary Web Model
    • CCRA.SL.5Make strategic use of digital media andvisual displays of data to expressinformation and enhance understandingof presentations.Math Terms Presentation
    • What we’ve learned
    • Tables Are GoodGoogle Apps for Education – Deployment Guide
    • Doctopus Script http://www.youpd.org/doctopus
    • Templates Promote Independence
    • Google Docs for AllGoogle Apps for Education – Deployment Guide
    • Google and Common Core Resources Google Apps for Education Google Apps FAQ Going Google K-12 Resource Guide
    • Contact Me With QuestionsMark Fijormfijor@gmail.comTwitter: @newschooltechWebsite: www.newschooltechnology.org