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Google Drive: It's Elementary!

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Presentation on using Google Drive with elementary students. Shared at NETA fall conference 2013, FETC 2014, and NETA 2014.

Presentation on using Google Drive with elementary students. Shared at NETA fall conference 2013, FETC 2014, and NETA 2014.

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  • 1. Jason Rushing Humann Elementary School @jrushing72 Susan Prabulos Meadow Lane Elementary School @fabprab Google Drive: It’s Elementary Jason Rushing and Susan Prabulos Lincoln Public Schools
  • 2. Jason Rushing Humann Elementary School @jrushing72 Susan Prabulos Meadow Lane Elementary School @fabprab Contact Us! Susan Prabulos sprabul@lps.org Twitter: @fabprab http://www.thedigitalscoop.com Jason Rushing jrushing@lps.org Twitter: @jrushing72
  • 3. Getting Started Parents Communicate with Parents about what Google Drive is and what it can do. Students
  • 4. Sharing Folders Create a Folder and using the pop down menu, choose share.
  • 5. Sharing Folders Option 1: You can specify that anyone with the link can access/view/edit the files within the folder OR Option 2: You can invite people using their email address to access/view/edit.
  • 6. Sharing Folders I created folders for each of the grade level teachers whose students would be accessing Google Drive regularly. You can see easily which folders have been shared and which haven’t.
  • 7. Student Folders Each student creates a folder within their classroom folder. This helps with organization and is a great way for kids to turn in finished projects.
  • 8. Great feature -- Research Tool A great feature with great possibilities…..with a little risk thrown in. School filters will not work when using the Research Tool. Great way to teach Digital Citizenship
  • 9. Documents
  • 10. 2nd Grade Year in Review
  • 11. 3rd Grade Teaching Similes
  • 12. 4th Grade Research - Individual or Group BioPoem
  • 13. 5th Grade Biography Research Biography Newsletter
  • 14. Presentations
  • 15. 2nd Grade Butterfly Life Cycle Alphabet Lists- Food
  • 16. 3rd Grade Animal Book - Collaborative Comparing- Partner
  • 17. 4th Grade Vocabulary Study Guide Currently...
  • 18. 5th Grade Choose Your Own Adventure Stories
  • 19. Spreadsheets and Forms
  • 20. 2nd Grade
  • 21. 3rd Grade Create a topic, choose focus points, and share! Let the kids fill in the rest!
  • 22. 3rd Grade
  • 23. Have kids go shopping at school! Use the Sum Function to add the total and conditional formatting to show above, on, or under budget. 3rd Grade
  • 24. 4th Grade Current Event Form
  • 25. 5th Grade Notetaking
  • 26. 5th Grade Collaborative Research
  • 27. 5th Grade
  • 28. 5th Grade Surveys, Spreadsheets, and Graphs
  • 29. 5th Grade
  • 30. Drawings
  • 31. 2nd Grade
  • 32. 3rd Grade Graphic Organizers
  • 33. Teaching Inference
  • 34. 4th Grade
  • 35. 5th Grade
  • 36. Teacher Tools -- Research Tools for Kids
  • 37. Teacher Tools -- Lesson Planning
  • 38. Teacher Tools -- Grading Rubrics
  • 39. Where to get the templates -- http://goo.gl/vdlgcC